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ACC - Accounting

ACC-001A: Financial Accounting (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This is the study of accounting as an information system, examining why it is important and how it is used by investors, creditors, and others to make decisions. The course covers the accounting information system, including recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, the financial statements, and statement analysis. Included are issues relating to asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, and ethics. C-ID# ACCT 110.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ACC-001B: Managerial Accounting (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent This is the study of how managers use accounting information in decision-making, planning, directing operations and controlling. The focus is on cost terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost structure and cost-volume-profit analysis. Included are issues relating to cost systems, cost control, profit planning, and performance analysis in manufacturing and service environments. C-ID# ACCT 120.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ACC-023: Small Business Accounting (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed as a non-theoretical, practical approach to accounting with special emphasis on accounting for the smaller business establishments including the basic bookkeeping cycle, petty cash, bank reconciliations, and payroll accounting.

CSU - California State University

ACC-031: Practical Accounting Procedures (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory ACC 001A, Eligibility for ENG 001A and REA 054. This is the study of practical accounting procedures used in accounting departments. Students work with procedures and documents such as sales, purchases and cash journals, subsidiary ledgers, adjusting entries using two methods, reversing entries, and cash control procedures. Pass/No Pass Option.

ACC-033: Forecasting Financial Statements Using Excel (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A The course covers financial forecasting models used in business, while teaching basic and intermediate Excel commands. Students build Excel spreadsheet models to project an income statement and balance sheet, with a cash budget that includes receivables, payables, inventory, capital equipment investment, and financing requirements.

CSU - California State University

ACC-034: Business Financial Planning Using Excel (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A The course covers financial planning and analysis models used in business, while teaching basic and intermediate Excel commands. Students build Excel spreadsheet models for loan amortization, break even analysis, lease versus buy decisions, capital budgeting and project selection, and net present value using the time value of money.

CSU - California State University

ACC-040: Introduction to Personal Financial Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course introduces the major areas of personal financial planning (insurance, investment, tax, retirement, and estate). Income statements, balance sheets and budgets are introduced, and students prepare their own personal budgets and statements of net worth. The time value of money and its importance in the financial planning process is stressed.

CSU - California State University

ACC-041: Insurance Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course introduces fundamental insurance concepts, then uses these concepts to determine insurance needs. Life, health, disability, property and liability insurance are studied. Students prepare their own personal insurance plans.

CSU - California State University

ACC-042: Investment Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course introduces fundamental investment concepts such as risk, return, diversification, and how financial markets work. The course covers common stock, fixed-income securities, mutual funds and other investments. Students prepare their own personal statement of net worth and use asset allocation to design an investment portfolio.

CSU - California State University

ACC-043: Tax Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course covers calculation of the federal income tax and strategies to help save or defer taxes. Students calculate their own federal income tax liability, then use at least one method to plan a reduction in taxes for next year.

CSU - California State University

ACC-044: Retirement Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course covers company pension plans, other company retirement plans, individual retirement plans and social security benefits. Students use a retirement savings worksheet to estimate their own savings needs for retirement using data from their personal budget and personal statement of net worth.

CSU - California State University

ACC-045: Estate Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course covers estate planning techniques and terminology such as wills, probate, trusts, contractual transfers, gift tax and estate tax. Methods of holding title to property, e.g., joint tenancy with right of survivorship, are also discussed.

CSU - California State University

ACC-051A: Taxation of Individuals (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course covers Federal and California income tax laws and preparation as related to individuals and small business entities. Topics include income tax theory, law, and preparation of common tax forms for individuals.

CSU - California State University

ACC-051B: Taxation of Business Entities (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ACC 051A Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. The course, through problems and case studies, develops a basic understanding of the taxation principles applied to partnerships, corporations, estates and trusts with an emphasis on tax research and written communication skills.

CSU - California State University

ACC-052: Payroll and Business Tax Accounting (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course offers a thorough study of payroll preparation, payroll taxes, sales and use taxes, and property taxes. Basic payroll procedures used in business are stressed. Various manual and automated methods of payroll preparation are presented.

CSU - California State University

ACC-053A: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) I (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or HS Algebra I or equivalent. This is the first course in a sequence of three courses designed for students who want to be a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at Mission College.This course covers Federal and California tax theories and laws appropriate for the current tax year. Students apply their knowledge by taking the IRS exams for VITA volunteers. Upon successful completion of the IRS VITA Basic and Intermediate exams, the students are able to assist low-income individuals and families with tax return preparation through the VITA program for the current year.

CSU - California State University

ACC-053B: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) II (0.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 053A Advisory: ACC 051A Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This is the second course in a sequence of three courses designed for students who want to be a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at Mission College. This course allows students who have successfully passed ACC 053A to apply their tax knowledge by assisting low-income individuals and families with their tax preparation through the VITA program for the current year. In this course, students learn to research current tax issues, use the TaxWise software to accurately prepare individual federal and state income tax returns within the scope of the VITA program. Students also learn how to work within a cooperative and quality controlled environment and develop their communication skills through taxpayer interviews and explanation of tax return results.

CSU - California State University

ACC-053C: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) III (0.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 053B Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This is the third course in a sequence of three courses designed for students who want to be a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at Mission College. This course allows students who have successfully passed ACC 053B to work on advanced tax situations and take part in running the tax center for the current year. In this course, students cover advanced tax topics and develop the skills necessary in running a tax center including site organization, quality control procedures, and providing guidance to both taxpayers and tax preparers.

CSU - California State University

ACC-057A: Cost Accounting (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: ACC 001B Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. The course provides a thorough presentation of cost accounting terminology and concepts, and develops a basic facility in cost accounting techniques and systems. Emphasis is placed on the use of cost accounting data rather than data accumulation. The course covers job order costing, process costing, standard costing, activity-based costing, budgeting, flexible budgeting, cost volume profit analysis, incremental and relevant costing, product pricing, the balanced scorecard, capital budgeting, and management accounting ethics.

CSU - California State University

ACC-058A: Intermediate Accounting I (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A. Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course is a review of fundamental accounting processes, techniques and principles including control and theory of accounting for assets, correction of prior years' earnings, and measurement and determination of income. Current standards and pronouncements are presented.

CSU - California State University

ACC-058B: Intermediate Accounting II (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: ACC 058A Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course provides a comprehensive study of liabilities, formation and changes in stockholders' equity, statement of cash flows, pension plans, leases, earnings per share, accounting for income taxes, and accounting changes and corrections. Current standards and pronouncements are presented. Financial statement analysis also is reviewed.

CSU - California State University

ACC-059A: Financial Auditing (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: ACC 058A and ACC 058B The course introduces the student to the audit process and how to render an opinion on published financial statements and related financial reports. The course emphasizes the application of generally accepted auditing standards and procedures, fraud exposure, professional ethics, the legal environment, work paper preparation and report writing.

CSU - California State University

ACC-060: QuickBooks: Desktop Software (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ACC 001A Students use QuickBooks Desktop accounting software to set up, enter transactions, and produce reports using general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial statement analysis, depreciation, inventory and payroll modules. It is recommended that students have either completed, or are concurrently enrolled in, ACC 001A or have practical accounting experience.

CSU - California State University

ACC-061: QuickBooks: Online Software (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ACC 001A Students use QuickBooks Online accounting software to set up, enter transactions, and produce reports using general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial statement analysis, depreciation, inventory and payroll modules. It is recommended that students have either completed, or are concurrently enrolled in, ACC 001A or have practical accounting experience.

CSU - California State University

ACC-065: Computerized Accounting: Sage 50 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ACC 001A; It is recommended that students have completed, or be concurrently enrolled in, ACC 001A or have previous accounting experience, Eligibility for ENG 001A and REA 054. Students use Sage 50 software to set up, enter transactions, and produce reports. It is recommended that students have completed, or are concurrently enrolled in, ACC 001A or have previous accounting experience.

CSU - California State University

ACC-066: Accounting for Governmental & Nonprofit Entities (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: ACC 001B Study of the theory and practice of accounting for federal, state, and local governmental entities and nonprofit organizations. Topics include analysis and application of pronouncements from the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB); fund accounting, operational and cash budgeting, and operational control issues; transaction analysis, financial statement preparation and analysis, and external reporting issues. Accounting for Governmental & Nonprofit Entities includes topics tested on the Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) section of the CPA exam. This course is part of the CPA Exam Preparation Series, which is intended to meet the education requirement to sit for the CPA exam. Students who intend to transfer should take this course at their transfer school.

CSU - California State University

ACC-067: Advanced Accounting (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Advisory: ACC 058A, ACC 058B Advanced Accounting is the last in the series of financial accounting courses. Topics covered in this class include: accounting for consolidations, investments in other corporations, foreign currency transactions, and partnerships. Advanced Accounting includes topics tested on the Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) section of the CPA exam. This course is part of the CPA Exam Preparation Series, which is intended to meet the education requirement to sit for the CPA exam. Students who intend to transfer should take this course at their transfer school.

CSU - California State University

ACC-070: Ethics in Accounting (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ACC 001A This course involves the study of ethical problems which arise within the contexts of accounting and corporate management. Topics include major ethical theories and the professional code of conduct for accountants, auditors, and tax preparers. The focus is on ethical issues in corporate case studies such as Enron, WorldCom, Sunbeam, and Madoff.

CSU - California State University

ACC-071: Advanced Accounting (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 058B or equivalent. This course covers the following advanced accounting topics: preparation of consolidated financial statements using the equity method of accounting and accounting for foreign transactions and operations. In addition, the following topics may be covered: accounting for state and local governmental entities and accounting for not for profit non governmental entities. The course requires access to the Internet and knowledge of how to use spreadsheets. Grade Only.

ACC-073: Accounting Information Systems (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite ACC 001A Using SAP, an enterprise resource system (ERP) adopted by the majority of Fortune 1000 companies, students will gain valuable and practical skills in Accounting Information Systems, common business processes, basic database designs, and systems controls. The skills built will be useful for individuals planning to take additional higher level business, accounting, and/or information systems classes; seeking careers in the accounting / finance department of organizations; or interested in becoming an auditor, analyst, or consultant.

CSU - California State University

ACC-075: Cloud Computing and Analytics in Accounting (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A Students will learn cloud accounting and analytics theory through hands-on exercises using SAP Business ByDesign. SAP (Systems, Applications, & Products in Data Processing) is the number one Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software vendor in the world. Its ByDesign system is a cloud-based ERP solution for small-to-medium enterprises. Students will also use Excel and Power BI for data analytics and visualization capabilities. This course is useful as preparation for higher level business, accounting, and/or analytics courses, for careers in accounting and finance, or for work as an analyst, data scientist, or consultant.

CSU - California State University

ACC-077: Business Processes and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ACC 001A, ACC 073 This course examines the relationships and impacts between business processes and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to effectively manage major businesses. Students learn the integration concepts, challenges, common practices, and opportunities by doing hands-on configuration cases, using the world's #1 ERP system, SAP. Through various individual and team work, students will gain project facilitation exposure, make business decisions, and perform basic analysis utilizing large datasets from the ERP-based business information. This is a key course to take to prepare for the exceptionally marketable SAP Application Associate certification, also known as "TS410 Certified."

CSU - California State University

AHL - Allied Health

AHL-001A: Health Occupations Bootcamp (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course is designed to prepare the potential Health Occupations student for entry into and success in a Health Occupations program. The course content focuses on competencies expected upon entry, study skills, test-taking strategies, stress management, mathematics for dosage calculation, critical thinking, critical reasoning, and introduction to the nursing process. Advisory: Students should have basic arithmetic skills.

ANT - Anthropology

ANT-001: Biological Anthropology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces the concepts, methods of inquiry, and scientific explanations for biological evolution and their application to the human species. Issues and topics will include but are not limited to, genetics, evolutionary theory, human variation, and biocultural adaptations, comparative primate anatomy and behavior, and fossil evidence for human evolution. The scientific method serves as the foundation of the course. The course may include field trips to museums, parks, and field sites.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ANT-003: Cultural Anthropology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course explores how anthropologists study and compare human culture. Cultural anthropologists seek to understand the broad arc of human experience focusing on a set of central issues: how people around the world make their living (subsistence patterns); how they organize themselves socially, politically and economically; how they communicate; how they relate to each other through family and kinship ties; what they believe about the world (belief systems); how they express themselves creatively (expressive culture); how they make distinctions among themselves such as through applying gender, racial and ethnic identity labels; how they have shaped and been shaped by social inequalities such as colonialism; and how they navigate culture change and processes of globalization that affect us all. Ethnographic case studies highlight these similarities and differences, and introduce students to how anthropologists do their work, employ professional anthropological research ethics, and apply their perspectives and skills to understand humans around the globe. C-ID# ANTH 120.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

ANT-055: Magic, Witchcraft and Religion (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a cross-cultural study of beliefs and practices dealing with the supernatural pantheism. Practices that invite or demand individual experiences, such as altered states of consciousness, development of a "belief" system, and revitalization are explored. Advisory: ANT 003

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

ARB - Arabic

ARB-001: First Semester Arab And Culture (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

ARB 001 is a first-semester introductory course that introduces fundamental concepts of standard Arabic. Comprehension of both written and spoken Arabic is covered, as well as related cultural topics. This course is designed for the beginner. All four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) are introduced in a cultural context.

6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ARB-002: Second Semester Arabic (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: ARB 001 or two years high-school Arabic or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better. ARB 002 is the 2nd-semester course which continues to develop the fundamental concepts of ARB 001, while emphasizing listening and reading comprehension, grammar fundamentals, oral expression, and writing skills in standard Arabic.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART - Art

ART-001A: Survey of Western Art I (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture in Western world from Prehistoric times through Medieval period. C-ID # ARTH 110.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-001B: Survey of Western Art II (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

A survey of painting, sculpture and architecture in Western world from Renaissance to the 20th century. C-ID # ARTH 120.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-001D: Art of the 20th Century (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

A general survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the Western world from the Impressionists to the present day.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-004: Art Appreciation (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

A study of the themes and purposes and media and techniques of the visual arts. Works of art from many different periods and cultures will be discussed.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-007: Survey of Asian Art (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a general survey of painting, sculpture, architecture and the minor arts from prehistoric times to the present day in India, China, Korea, Japan, Indonesia and Southeast Asia, emphasizing aesthetic, cultural and historical values. C-ID # ARTH 130.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-011: The History of Modern Design (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory survey course focuses on the history, perception and development of design as an art form during the Twentieth Century. The students will also learn about the evaluation criteria of two-dimensional and three dimensional design objects, while examining examples of architecture, industrial design, graphic design and interior design.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-020C: Museum/Gallery Internship (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students will participate actively in the operation of a local museum/gallery as an intern under the direction of museum/gallery professionals. Interview required. Limited enrollment. Pass/No Pass Option.

ART-031A: Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Beginning drawing course for students with no former drawing experience. Drawing of natural and man-made forms from observation, directed toward realistic rendering of objects; introduction to pictorial composition and perspective; introduction to drawing media; pencil, charcoal, conte, pen and ink, pastels and chalk. Studio practice emphasizes basic shading techniques. C-ID # ARTS 110.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-031B: Intermediate Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 031A This intermediate course is for students with previous college-level drawing experience and focuses on drawing from natural and human-made forms from observation. It is directed toward realistic rendering of objects and is an introduction to color drawing media; colored pencil, pen and ink, watercolor, pastels and chalk. C-ID # ARTS 205.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-033A: Basic Design: Two-Dimensional (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Basic introductory course to principles & elements of 2-dimensional design. C-ID # ARTS 100.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-033B: Basic Design: Three-Dimensional (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces students to the elements and principles of design of three-dimensional forms. C-ID # ARTS 101.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-033C: Basic Design: Color (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 033A This course is an introduction to the principles and elements of color. C-ID # ARTS 270.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-034A: Introduction to Digital Art (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introductory computer art course. The course introduces students to microcomputers(Macintosh and PCs), their operating systems and graphic software(Adobe Photoshop) for creating and manipulating images. This course will introduce the student to basic Design Elements and Principles. Specific projects will be executed relating to visual awareness, line, shape, form, space, and color. Students will learn drawing skills on a computer and how to work with peripheral devices.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-034B: Advanced Digital Art (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 034A This is an advanced design course combining computer graphics and fine arts image processing.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-035A: Life Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 031A This course is a fundamental study of the human figure as the main subject matter of drawings. C-ID # ARTS 200.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-035B: Life Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 035A This course is a low intermediate study of the human form and structure rendered in realistic terms.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-035C: Life Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 035B This course is a high intermediate study of the human form and structure. It emphasizes creative interpretation and use of the human form for artistic expression. It focuses on drawing the live model in a variety of styles and media.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-035D: Life Drawing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 035C This course is an advanced study of the human form and structure. It emphasizes creative interpretation and use of the human form for artistic expression. It focuses on drawing the live model in a variety of styles and media.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-039A: Survey of Printmaking (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

A beginning course in printmaking media and techniques with an emphasis on monotype and the intaglio press.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-047A: Watercolor (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to painting using various water base media with a focus on color mixing, composition, and content.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-047B: Watercolor (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 047A This course provides continuing instruction in watercolor techniques, exploration of watercolor styles, and personal development of the student's artistic direction.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-047C: Watercolor (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 047B This is a high intermediate level painting course with various water base media.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-047D: Watercolor (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 047C This course is advanced level painting with various water base media.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-048A: Airbrush Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 031A or Prerequisite: ART 033C This course is an introduction to the airbrush as a painting tool. Students explore water-based media, principles of color, transparency, masking techniques, and composition.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-048B: Airbrush Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 048A This course is low intermediate studio practice which focuses on strengthening the basic skills learned in ART 048A.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-048C: Airbrush Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 048B This course is high intermediate studio practice which focuses on a continued progression of intermediate techniques and portfolio development. Pass/No Pass Option.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-048D: Airbrush Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 048C This course is advanced studio practice which focuses on advanced techniques and portfolio development. Pass/No Pass Option.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-049A: Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Basic introduction to traditional & current painting techniques & media.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-049B: Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 049A This course is low intermediate studio practice which focuses on strengthening the basic skills learned in ART 049A. Emphasis is placed upon self-expression, composition, and color theory.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-049C: Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 049B This course is high intermediate studio practice which focuses on mixed media, self-expression, composition, and content.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-049D: Painting (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 049C This course is advanced studio practice which focuses on developing individual style and direction in painting.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-065A: Ceramics-Handbuilding: Introduction (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Introductory course in ceramics emphasizing hand-building techniques.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-065B: Ceramics-Handbuilding: Beginning (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 065A ART 065B is an advanced course in ceramics/hand-building techniques, firing kilns, clay body construction, and the creation of projects directed toward individualized self-expression.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-065C: Ceramics-Handbuilding: Intermediate (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 065B ART 065C focuses on different aspects of ceramics providing students with supervised participatory experience in which artistic skills are enhanced by repetition and practice.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-065D: Ceramics-Handbuilding: Advanced (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 065C ART 065D focuses on different aspects of ceramics, providing students with supervised participatory experience in which artistic skills are enhanced by repetition and practice.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-067A: Ceramics-Potter's Wheel: Introduction (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Covers basic skills & techniques using potter's wheel. Pass/No Pass Option.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-067B: Ceramics-Potter's Wheel: Beginning (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 067A This is an advanced course on the potter's wheel directed toward refinement of throwing skills and ceramic design.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-067C: Ceramics-Potter's Wheel: Intermediate (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 067B This course focuses on advanced aspects of working with the potter's wheel.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-067D: Ceramics-Potter's Wheel: Advanced (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Focus on advanced aspects of working with potter's wheel. Pass/No Pass Option.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-075A: Metalsmithing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory ART 033A and/or Advisory ART 033B This course is an introduction to the elements of design and metalsmith techniques.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-075B: Metalsmithing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 075A This course continues to apply the elements of design to metal and introduces new metalsmith techniques.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-075C: Metalsmithing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 075B This is an advanced course in metalsmithing that provides students with an opportunity to build on skills learned in previous course levels and explore new techniques. Topics may include advanced techniques in jewelry casting, metal sculpture construction, and color on metal.

CSU - California State University

ART-075D: Metalsmithing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 075C This is an advanced course in metalsmithing which focuses on different aspects of course content from previous levels. Students are provided withsupervised participatory experience.

CSU - California State University

ART-078A: Furniture Design and Woodworking: Introduction (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ART 033B ART 078A develops basic, introductory technical skills in furniture design, construction and finishing. The emphasis is on individual design and innovative use of materials in the construction.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-078B: Furniture Design and Woodworking: Beginning (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 078A ART 078B introduces beginning to low-intermediate techniques and design skills in furniture construction. The students develop individual and/or group projects under the direction of the instructor, focusing on special aspects of furniture and woodworking.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-078C: Furniture Design and Woodworking: Intermediate (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 078B ART 078C is an intermediate-to-advanced level course in woodworking and furniture design which involves furniture construction techniques and equipment not covered in previous levels. Topics include advanced cabinetry techniques and complex joinery.

CSU - California State University

ART-078D: Furniture Design and Woodworking: Advanced (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 078C ART 078D is an advanced course in woodworking and furniture design. Fourth in the series, this course allows students to work independently to continue to refine previously mastered design and technical skills, and to prepare for careers in the industry.

CSU - California State University

ART-085A: Sculpture: Introduction (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ART 031A, ART 033B ART 085A is an introductory course in sculpture emphasizing individual expression. Subtractive, additive and fabrication techniques including modeling, casting and carving are covered. Utilizing clay, wood, plaster and metal in construction are covered as well.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-085B: Sculpture: Beginning (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 085A ART 085B builds on skills and concepts learned in ART 085A, and introduces new techniques. Students explore the development of a personal style of sculpture design.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-085C: Sculpture: Intermediate (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 085B This is an advanced sculpture course which provides students with an opportunity to build on previous experience and explore new techniques. It focuses on different aspects of course content with supervised participatory experience.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-085D: Sculpture: Advanced (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 085C This is an advanced course which focuses on different aspects of sculpture with supervised participatory experience.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ART-088A: Metal Sculpture Casting: Introduction (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ART 085A or ART 033B This is a basic course in metal sculpture casting.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-088B: Metal Sculpture Casting: Beginning (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ART 088A This course is a study of the metal casting process which introduces new techniques and skill-building assignments, as well as development of a personal form.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University

ART-088C: Metal Sculpture Casting: Intermediate (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 088B This course covers different aspects of metal sculpture casting along with supervised participatory experience.

CSU - California State University

ART-088D: Metal Sculpture Casting: Advanced (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite ART 088C This course focuses on different aspects of metal sculpture casting along with supervised participatory experience.

CSU - California State University

AST - Astronomy

AST-001: Astronomy (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including early human observations, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Grade Only.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

AST-003: Astronomy With Lab (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including the observations of the night sky, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Grade Only.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

AST-003H: Astronomy With Lab - Honors (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including the observations of the night sky, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Students cannot get credit for both ASTRO 003 and ASTRO 003H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

AST-004: Astrobiology - Life in the Universe (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the astronomical influences on life on Earth and the possibility of life other places in the Universe. We study the chemical basis for life, the origin, evolution, and constraints of life on Earth, and the markers of life that may be seen in the Universe.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO - Biological Sciences

BIO-001A: General Biology: Cells (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent Prerequisite BIO 010 or BIO 011 ; Advisory CHM 001B or CHM 001BH This course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and is designed for students pursuing degrees in biology or professional programs such as medicine or pharmacy. Topics addressed in lecture and lab include biochemistry, the structure and function of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, cellular metabolism, prokaryotic and eukaryotic gene expression and regulation, and selected topics in human physiology. C-ID # BIOL 130S, BIOL 135S.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-001AH: General Biology: Cells-Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent. Prerequisite: BIO 010 or BIO 011 Anti-Requisite: BIO 001A Advisory: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH This honors course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and is designed for students intending to transfer to majors in the biological sciences as well as for those seeking to enter professional programs such as medicine or pharmacy. Students may not receive credit for both BIO 001A and BIO 001AH. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # BIOL 130S, BIOL 135S.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-001B: General Biology: Organisms (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: BIO 001A or BIO 001AH This course examines the unity and diversity of multicellular life, ecological and evolutionary principles, and form/function relationships in plants and animals. The course is designed for students majoring in the biological sciences or seeking entry to professional programs such as Medicine, Pharmacy, and Dentistry. C-ID # BIOL 130S, BIOL 135S.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-004: Microbiology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: BIO 011 and CHM 030A OR Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH and BIO 011 OR Prerequisite: BIO 011 and CHM 060 OR Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH and BIO 001A or BIO 001AH OR Prerequisite: CHM 030A and BIO 001A or BIO 001AH OR Prerequisite: CHM 060 and BIO 001A or BIO 001AH OR Prerequisite: BIO 010 and BIO 010L and CHM 001A or CHM 001AH OR Prerequisite: BIO 010 and BIO 010L and CHM 030A OR Prerequisite: BIO 010 and BIO 010L and CHM 060 OR Prerequisite: BIO 022 and CHM 001A or CHM 001AH OR Prerequisite: BIO 022 and CHM 030A OR Prerequisite: BIO 022 and CHM 060 This course is intended for nursing and other health-science majors. Lecture topics include the morphology and physiology of the major groups of microorganisms, microbial genetics, mechanisms of infection and disease, and the human immune response to infection. Laboratory activities focus on the culture and identification of bacteria of medical importance.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-010: Introduction to Biology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

BIO 010 is an introductory course in biology designed for the non-biological sciences major. Topics include cell structure and function, energy exchange and life processes, taxonomy, ecology, heredity, diversification and evolution. This lecture course may be taken with or without BIOSC 010L, Introduction to Biology Lab.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-010L: Introduction to Biology Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Corequisite: BIO 010 or Prerequisite: BIO 010 This is an introductory general biology laboratory course designed for non-science majors. It reinforces biological principles presented in BIO 010 using laboratory and field exercises.

5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-011: Human Biology (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to biology concepts and principles, using humans as a model. BIOSC 011 satisfies the same general education requirement as BIOSC 010.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-012: Emerging Infectious Diseases (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this introductory biology course, learn how infectious agents cause disease, and what factors are leading to the emergence of new diseases such as mad cow, SARS, and drug-resistant tuberculosis.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-014: Introductory Neuroscience (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the organization and functions of the nervous system. The physiology of the brain and senses are discussed. Emotions, sleep, language, attention, memory, and a survey of nervous system disorders are explored.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-014H: Introductory Neuroscience - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A and REA 054 OR Advisory: ENG 001AX and REA 054 This honors course is an introduction to the organization and functions of the nervous system. The physiology of the brain and senses are discussed. Emotions, sleep, language, attention, memory and a survey of nervous system disorders are explored.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-016: Marine Biology (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This four unit course introduces students of all disciplines to ocean ecology and marine life. Topics are explored through classroom learning and seven required field trips to local marine habitats and research facilities in the San Francisco and Monterey Bays. Some field trips may extend beyond regularly scheduled class meeting time. Students arrange their own transportation to the field sites.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-017: Genetics and Society (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. It is designed for the general education student.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-017H: Genetics and Society - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. The honors component involves an in-depth analysis of specific topics, using current information from research journals. Students cannot get credit for both BIOSC 017 and BIOSC 017H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-019: Oceans: Life in the Sea (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This non-majors course surveys the biological principles of marine science. It provides an overview of the ocean environment, diversity of marine life, basic ecological principles and types of marine ecosystems. The relationship between humans and the ocean is emphasized, focusing on conservation biology and sustainability.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-022: Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health Workers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course is an overview of the normal structure and function of the human body and is designed to provide a foundation for the study of disease and dysfunction in the clinical setting. Laboratory work includes dissection of preserved materials. BIO-022 is designed to meet the state board requirements for the vocational nursing and psychiatric technician programs.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University

BIO-025: Environmental Biology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed for student of all disciplines to introduce a wide range of contemporary biological topics that will affect their lives; e.g., population growth and control, environmental problems, genetic manipulation, nutrition, energy issues, etc.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

BIO-030: Tropical Ecology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

The amazing diversity of life in the tropics is the subject of this introductory level class. Students explore rainforest inhabitants and their relationships, and learn about their value and conservation. This lecture course may be taken with or without BIOSC 030L, Tropical Ecology Lab.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-030L: Tropical Ecology Field Studies (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

In this introductory level class, students carry out research methods that ecologists use to observe and investigate tropical ecosystems. This lab course may be taken with or without BIOSC 030, Tropical Ecology.

5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-031L: Tropical Ecology Field Studies (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Anti-Requisite: BIO 030L In this introductory level laboratory class, students carry out research methods that ecologists use to observe and investigate tropical ecosystems. This course includes a field trip to Costa Rica. Students who take this course are not required to complete BIO 30, the lecture course in Tropical Ecology.

CSU - California State University

BIO-032: California Plants and Animals (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This field course explores the ecology of California flora and fauna through studies of plants and animals in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems within the San Francisco Bay region.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-041: Principles of Evolution and Animal Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 000C (or any higher level mathematics course) , Prerequisite: CHM 002 (or any higher level chemistry course) ; and Prerequisite: BIO 010 or Prerequisite: Equivalent High School or College Biology course with lab. This course is intended for students majoring in biology and related fields. The course introduces the principles of animal biology and evolutionary theory to the biology major. Topics include animal phylogeny, diversity, principles of evolution, natural history, morphology, physiology, and development.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-042: Principles of Plant Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: High School or College biology course and Prerequisite: MAT 000C and Prerequisite: CHM 001A This is a course for biology majors that examines principles of botany through comprehensive studies of the major plant, fungi and algal phyla, with emphasis on structure, function and evolution of vascular plants. Ecological principles are also discussed.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-043: Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH Prerequisite: BIO 010 or Equivalent course in College Biology Prerequisite: BIO 010L Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent OR Advisory: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH Prerequisite: BIO 011 or Equivalent course in College Biology Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent OR Advisory: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH Prerequisite: BIO 041 or Equivalent course in College Biology Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent OR Advisory: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH Prerequisite: BIO 042 or Equivalent course in College Biology Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent This course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and completes the general biology sequence required for transfer students in the biological sciences and for those seeking to enter Pharmacy and other professional programs.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-047: Human Anatomy (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: BIO 010 and BIO 010L OR Prerequisite: BIO 011 OR Prerequisite: BIO 022 OR Prerequisite: BIO 001A OR Prerequisite: BIO 001AH This course is a detailed lecture and laboratory study of the gross and microscopic structures of the human body in preparation for careers in nursing,physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, etc. C-ID # BIOL 110B.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-048: Human Physiology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent. Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH OR Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 030A OR Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 060 This course provides students with a basic understanding of the physiological mechanisms underlying body function in order to provide a foundation for more in-depth study and practical application. With an emphasis on cause and effect, details of the chemical and cellular basis for the workings of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and digestive systems are emphasized. Laboratory investigations of physiological processes familiarize students with scientific analysis and research techniques. C-ID # BIOL 120B.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-048H: Human Physiology - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent. Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH OR Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 030A OR Prerequisite: BIO 047 and Prerequisite: CHM 060 This honors course provides students with a basic understanding of the physiological mechanisms underlying body function in preparation for more in-depth study and clinical application. The chemical and cellular basis for the workings of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and digestive systems are emphasized. Laboratory investigations of physiological processes familiarize students with scientific analysis and research techniques. The honors component involves an in-depth analysis of specific topics, using current information from research journals. Students cannot get credit for both BIOSC 048 and BIOSC 048H. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # BIOL 120B.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BIO-081H: Honors Seminar in Biology Studies (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is an honors course involving discussion and analysis of current and significant research work in the field of biological science. Students develop an in-depth understanding of the application of the scientific method to research areas such as cell and molecular biology, genetics, cancer, neuroscience, ecology, sustainability, etc. The course includes presentations by students and invited guests. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

CSU - California State University

BIO-092E: Special Projects in Environmental Studies (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory:BIOSC 025. Under the guidance of a faculty member, student groups carry out research projects that address global problems by applying local solutions on topics such as vermiculture, sustainable aquaponics, habitat enhancement, or burrowing owl conservation. This course is also listed as GLOBL 092E. Pass/No Pass Option.

BUS - Business

BUS-010: Global Business (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course provides a comprehensive overview of global business including international management, finance, law, global strategy and marketing. Emphasis is on the firm in the global competitive context, decisions to enter markets, how to compete in global markets, and how to develop and implement a global strategy.

CSU - California State University

BUS-011: International Business Law (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces the legal environment of international business, explains the basic principles of international business law and challenges students to consider legal implications of any international business strategy or transaction.

CSU - California State University

BUS-012: International Financial Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course will focus on the fundamental principles of corporate finance in today's global business environment. It introduces international finance with a focus on the important role of modern multinational corporations in global commerce. This class provides a wide range of managerial topics and emphasizes the most recent changes in the international environment.

CSU - California State University

BUS-021: Introduction to Business Computing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces computer hardware, software and technology applications in business. Information systems and the strategies for managing them change quickly, but the principles that guide both remain timeless. These principles form the backbone of this comprehensive survey of the field, designed for a student’s first course in information technology. By presenting the details as well as the big picture, this course puts the lessons of managing information systems into an understandable context. The overall principle is that the right information, if it is delivered to the right person, in the right fashion, and at the right time, can improve and ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. C-ID # BUS 140.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BUS-021L: Introduction to Business Computing Laboratory (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course provides hands-on training in business applications.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BUS-022: Principles of E-Business (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This class challenges students to explore the realities and implications of e-commerce from a marketer's perspective, including an examination of Business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce markets. The course introduces students to a wide range of electronic commerce issues for marketers and serves as a foundation for continual learning in the dynamic e-commerce environment.

CSU - California State University

BUS-023: Social Media Marketing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: BUS 056A This course provides an overview of social media marketing tools. Students complete hand-on activities using and relating to social media marketing.

CSU - California State University

BUS-028A: Business Law I (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides an introduction to the laws in the United States with an emphasis on matters relating to the conduct of business and commerce. C-ID # BUS 125.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

BUS-037: Fundamentals of Project Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this course, students will learn the secrets to successful project management: how to create a plan, implement it, monitor progress, correct as necessary and deliver as promised. This course prepares students with the necessary skills required to successfully manage a project and to prepare for the PMP® (Project Management Professional) or CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) certification exams.

CSU - California State University

BUS-038: Applied Project Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this course, students apply project management skills to real life project situations. Students also learn how to control project schedules, budgets, and scope using a variety of techniques. In-class exercises and case studies lead students to skills they can immediately apply to their own projects.

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BUS-040: Professional Selling (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: COM 001 This course is a study of sales principles and strategies. Topics include advanced sales techniques, high impact questioning methodologies, closing techniques and managing objections, account and territory planning and management, resource planning and management. The course explores in detail the "selling cycle". Students taking this course explore how to succeed in sales.

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BUS-041: Beginning Business Analytics (2.5 Lecture / 0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisites: MAT 010 OR MAT 009 BUS 021L OR CAP 063B Advisories: BUS 021 This introductory course focuses on the fast-growing field of Business Analytics. The course will use SAP’s Predictive Analysis tools in helping students to become big data literate and proficient in data environments of social media tracking, web analytics, customer and marketing information. Data analytic solutions explored will involve hands-on experience using real-world business case studies. Data Analytics has become a highly sought-after skill in business, engineering, economics, government services, science, health care and other fields.

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BUS-051: Introduction to American Business (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this survey course, students learn about the business landscape, how to evaluate an investment in a business degree program, and to begin career planning. The course helps direct students towards career paths and a major which best reflects their own personal aptitudes, interests, and skills. This is a required first course for all business majors, and should be taken within their first year as a business major. C-ID # BUS 110.

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BUS-052: Fundamentals of Financial Investing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course provides students with the fundamentals to make sound financial investment decisions. Study involves the investment environment, the risks and returns objectives consistent with an associated with different types of financial investments, and the establishment of investment individual’s characteristics, capacities and restrictions. Other topics include the participants in the investment process including organization issuing securities, and the laws and regulations covering their activities. Class projects cover techniques of investment analysis, timing, decision making, investment planning and management.

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BUS-054: Small Business Start Up and Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course offers methods of research and planning to start a small business and is recommended for persons who want to explore the opportunities and requirements of creating and managing their own business enterprise.

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BUS-056A: Marketing Principles (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course gives students an overall understanding of marketing functions and their society. The course covers the fundamentals of marketing, including: product planning and development; buyer behavior; pricing strategies; marketing channels; and methods of marketing research.

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BUS-060: International Marketing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course focuses on marketing management techniques, and strategies necessary to incorporate the marketing concept when doing business in international markets. The challenges of competing in markets of different cultures and different legal and political environments are also explored.

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BUS-061: Business and Society (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a study of business and its impact on society and society’s influence on business. Ethics, business and government in a global society, managing environmental issues and societal challenges, and the benefits of business activity are covered.

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BUS-064B: Business Math (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course is designed for business majors to review the fundamental mathematical principles through lectures and individual operation of electronic calculators. This course emphasizes methods of problem analysis, interpretation and the solving of common business calculation problems such as percentage, trade and cash discounts, interest, time value of money, compounding, depreciation and discounting notes. This course is recommended for all business majors.

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BUS-074: Purchasing & Supply Chain Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the basic principles of supply chain management that covers traditional supply chain topics such as procurement, inventory management, operations, quality management, logistics and transportation. Also discussed are issues related to sustainability, humanitarian logistics, ethical business practices and supply chain analytics in the context of evolving supply chains around the world. Students discover how business processes, performance metrics and modern supply chain IT tools aid in the management and growth of effective and efficient supply chains.

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BUS-078B: Business Communications (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX Advisory: REA 054 This course develops writing and success skills to improve communication ability in the business environment. Topics covered include communication theory, business writing style and group communication. Various forms of written communication are covered such as letters, email, employment messages, and reports. C-ID # BUS 115.

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BUS-084: Internet Marketing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces students to Internet marketing techniques and tools and examines how advanced technologies affect marketing functions. Consideration is given to the development of an organization’s marketing plan and strategies in this dynamic environment. The course provides students with the opportunity to conceptualize and document an internet marketing plan based on ones’ professional goals.

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BUS-102: Leadership (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course guides students in developing life-long learning skills for leadership that apply to any organizational level in a wide variety of business environments. Both historical and cutting-edge leadership theory and practice are explored. Topics discussed include visioning, inspiring, motivating as well as the effective use of power. By taking an active leadership role in this course, students examine the issues,challenges, and practical skills of leadership in today’s workplace. Presentations, team activities, reflection, interviewing, and feedback are core developmental components of this course.

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BUS-104: Project Risk Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed for personnel who will make project-related decisions in the presence of undefined conditions. Students will understand how to handle change and risk and how they can be mitigated. Also, in this course students will learn and apply proactive approaches to threats and opportunities based on an understanding of the risk management process.

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BUS-105: Agile Project Management (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisites: BUS 037 The Agile Project Management course is designed for business students, project team members, product owners and project leaders looking to understand and apply the Agile approach and practices to new product development, software development and knowledge work projects. This course teaches management of projects using agile methods with a detailed focus on SCRUM and Kanban. Students will explore SCRUM roles, artifacts, events, and processes thereby learning how products can be delivered economically and how customers are brought in the loop of product development. Students will learn Kanban and how this flowed-based method is used to achieve efficient and smooth work management improving time-to-market. Even if you are currently using other project management methodologies, you will discover how Agile methods can make your projects more successful.

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BUS-107: Soft Skills for Project Managers (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course is designed for students who want to build their soft skills. Soft skills, sometimes known as “people skills”, can provide an edge to project managers who have learned to use them well. This course will concentrate on the three pillars of Soft skills, Leadership, Communication and Collaboration. In this course we take a deep dive into these critical skills. Topic include, leading teams, coaching, mentoring, negotiating skills, motivating people, decision making and influencing, reading body language, team dynamics, conflict, power, and organizational behavior. Since, project managers typically spend over 80% of their time interfacing with people – these skills are critical to successful project managers. This course is part of the new certificate for Project Management. Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 001A or ENG 001AX and REA 054

BUS-108: PMP & CAPM Exam Prep (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisites: BUS 037 This course will prepare students for the for CAPM® (Certificate Associate in Project Management) or PMP® (Project Management Professional) exams. Also, students will receive substantial Project Management Education (PDUs) hours. This course emphasizes PMBOK Guide® (Project Management Body of Knowledge) and is structured around the ten knowledge areas, and it is focused on exactly what is necessary to pass the exam. The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the profession’s most globally recognized and respected certification credential based on the Project Management Institute (PMI®) well-known Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).

BUS-109: Business Law for Entrepreneurs (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: BUS 054 This course provides students a foundation to understand legal attributes of an entrepreneurship enterprise. The course materials are a diverse mixture of different topical areas in law. These areas include commercial law, tort law, business structure, employment and contract law, the legal framework of finance, intellectual property and laws governing the sale of a business. The students will be able to identify the specific legal issues that an entrepreneur face during the various stages of the organization.

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BUS-111: The Entrepreneurial Mindset (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: BUS 054 This course is designed for students to learn about the principles contained in the entrepreneurial mindset and the unlimited opportunities it can provide. So, what is an entrepreneurial mindset? An entrepreneurial mindset is a specific set of beliefs, knowledge, and thought processes that drives entrepreneurial behavior (The Learning Initiative 2018). This course also takes the approach that anyone (not just those who want to start businesses) can benefit from understanding and applying an entrepreneurial mindset to any situation.

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BUS-112: Business Modeling (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: BUS 054 This course covers practical business model techniques used by leading companies in different industries. The business model describes how companies create, deliver and capture value. The students will learn about the nine building blocks in creating and implementing a business model. These blocks include Customer Segments, Value Propositions, Channels, Customer Relationship, Revenue Streams, Key Resources, Key Activities, Key Partnerships and Cost Structure. Furthermore, the student shall understand disruptive innovation as a sensation and strategy in today’s business environment. Lastly, students will develop their own business model and understand the importance of sustainable.

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BUS-114: Entrepreneurship Finance (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisites: CAP 062B or BUS 021L or Equivalent This course introduces financial thinking, tools, and techniques adapted to the area of entrepreneurship. Students will be introduced to the theories, knowledge, and financial tools an entrepreneur needs to start, build, and harvest a profitable venture. Students will learn how and where to obtain the financing necessary to launch and develop the venture. Also, we will highlight the discipline financial management practices that are vital to a venture’s operation.

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BUS-115: Operations Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the field of operations management and addresses the design and management of the activities and resources that a firm uses to produce and deliver its products or services. Topics covered include product design, applied forecasting, aggregate planning, scheduling, total quality management, statistical process control, inventory management, facility layout operations planning, and lean/Just-in Time business processes. Concepts are illustrated by using abundant real world case studies, articles, illustrations, problems and cases.

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BUS-118: Human Resources Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed as an overview of the Human Resource functions and the employment of human resources to achieve organizational strategic goals by working with and through people. Topics include HR legal environment, recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation and benefits, performance appraisals, workforce diversity, downsizing, outsourcing, and contracting.

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CAP - Computer Applications

CAP-010A: Learning the Keyboard (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn the "touch" system of keyboarding on the computer. Proper techniques of keyboarding are emphasized to develop speed and accuracy. This course may be repeated one time.

CAP-013: Ten-Key Numeric Keypad (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course develops entry-level vocational proficiency in the use of 10-key numeric keypad.

CAP-033A: Word Processing - Course 1 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CAP 010A This course teaches word processing applications using Microsoft Word. The course includes text-editing, formatting, storage, retrieval, printing, tables, charts, document filing and management, columns, style sheets, spell check and thesaurus, and other basic word processing skills.

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CAP-033B: Word Processing - Course 2 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory CAP 033A and Advisory CAP 010A This course covers advanced word processing features using MS Word.

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CAP-045A: Introductory Microsoft Project (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 070 This course covers the basic concepts of project management and the essential components of Microsoft Project. Students utilize Microsoft Project to create and link tasks; add and assign work and cost resources to tasks; modify the work calendar; and format and print the project plan.

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CAP-045B: Intermediate Microsoft Project (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Students expand their knowledge of Microsoft Project to plan, manage, monitor and analyze the progress of a project.

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CAP-046D: Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 010A. Students learn the basic features of PowerPoint. Students learn how to create presentations and how to format them.

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CAP-046E: Intermediate Microsoft Powerpoint (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 010A and CAP 046D This course covers advanced features of PowerPoint. Students integrate PowerPoint with MS Word, Excel, and web pages. They learn to customize a slide show and other advanced features.

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CAP-048: Microsoft Project (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: CAP 070 This course covers the essential features of MS Project. Students work with the project management tools of Microsoft Project to plan a project, create and assign resources, analyze schedules, solve resource problems, and track the progress of a project.

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CAP-062B: Introduction to Microsoft Excel (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 070. This is an introduction to Microsoft Excel. The course covers basic formulas, functions, charts, and formatting. Students create 3-D charts, use loan amortization functions, enhance worksheets, utilize functions, and modify print options.

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CAP-063B: Intermediate Microsoft Excel (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: CAP 062B. This course is the second in a series of Microsoft Excel courses designed to help students learn Excel features that are used in business decisions. Students apply What-IF Analysis such as scenario tables, goal seek, and solver. Students also utilize advanced functions such as VLOOKUP, Nested IF's, Pivot tables and Pivot charts, macros and more. This course is designed for students who are computer literate and have a previous working knowledge of Excel formulas, functions, and charts.

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CAP-070: Using MS Windows (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course introduces students to the current version of the Windows operating system and helps students acquire fundamental Windows skills including file management, Internet connectivity, network file sharing, hardware management, troubleshooting and customizing settings.

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CAP-071E: Microsoft Outlook (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 070. Students learn the most important features of Microsoft Outlook, Students learn how to manage email with rules and folders, enter appointments and events, create, and manage a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule, track tasks, and manage contacts and contact groups. Computer literacy and keyboarding skills are recommended.

CAP-081B: Introduction to Microsoft Access (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: CAP 070. Microsoft Access is part of Microsoft Office for Windows and is a powerful relational database. Learn to create databases and create tables, enter data, organize, and query the tables. Create simple forms to enter data into a database and format reports from the data in the database. This course is for students who are computer literate and who would like to start working with a database.

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CAP-092A: Fundamentals of Web 2.0 & Cloud Technologies (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Want to learn more about Web 2.0 and cloud technologies? This course provides an introduction to Web 2.0 applications, such as social networking sites (SNS), video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs and mashups.

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CAP-092B: Google Apps for Personal Productivity (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course introduces students to Google Drive and Google applications. Students learn to use GMail, Google Calendar, Document, Spreadsheet, Chrome and Presenter to achieve personal and professional productivity goals. Students also identify opportunities to utilize Google apps to communicate and collaborate within a virtual-social network.

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CAP-100: Learning the Keyboard Noncredit (NONCREDIT) (Min Credits: 0.0)

This non credit course is designed for anyone who wants to learn the "touch" system of keyboarding on the computer. Proper techniques of keyboarding are emphasized to develop speed and accuracy.

CAP-101: Computers Simplified for Beginning Learners Noncredit (NONCREDIT) (Min Credits: 0.0)

This noncredit course takes students through the basics of using a computer to perform essential tasks for workforce and academic survival. Highlights of the course include: operating system basics, applications software, e-mail basics, computer peripherals, and Internet basics.

CAP-111: Collaborate and Integrate with SharePoint and MS Office 365 (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: BUS 021L or CAP 062B. This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to collaborate with business teams using Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365 web apps and office software. Students create, edit and maintain collaboration sites, including webpages, user communities, wikis, calendars, and blogs in office environments that require multi-user access. This course is designed for students majoring in Business, Computer Applications, or Computer Information Systems as well as for business professionals seeking to update their technology skills.

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CHD - Child Development

CHD-001: Child Growth and Development (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a study of typical and atypical child growth and development in all domains from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors within the family cultural context. Students observe children using investigative research methods, evaluate differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. This course fulfills requirements as a core course for Title 22 licensing and the Child Development Permit Matrix. C-ID # CDEV 100.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

CHD-002: Child, Family, and Community (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CHD 001 This course addresses processes of socialization focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community. The course examines the influence of multiple societal contexts and explores the role of collaboration between family, community, and schools in supporting children’s development, birth through adolescence. This course fulfills requirements as a core course for Title 22 licensing and the Child Development Permit. C-ID # CDEV 110.

AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

CHD-003: Language and Literacy for the Young Child (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course explores the development of language in young children and how to apply that understanding in developmentally, linguistically and culturally appropriate ways in the early childhood classroom. Students learn how to promote language development and literate behaviors among emerging multilingual children through a variety of materials and experiences.

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CHD-004: Cognitive Experiences for Children (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the cognitive development in children by reviewing the theories, research and curriculum experiences that enhance the child's thinking or understanding of the child's physical and social world. The implications of Piaget's theory for curriculum design and the role of the teacher and the environment in cognitive development are also examined. Observation of children is required.

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CHD-005: Music and Movement (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is the study of music and movement activities and how these activities affect the child's growth and development. Students learn how to assess musical and movement experiences and design activities that promote the child's development. Students gain skills in determining how these musical experiences help with the pre-reading period, cognitive development, social-emotional development, and sensory and creative expressions. Observation of children is required. Students develop a resource file of songs and music to use for curriculum design and lesson plans.

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CHD-006: Supervision and Administration (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite:CHD 001, CHD 002, and CHD 010. This course is an introduction to the administration procedures in early care and education programs. Topics include licensing requirements, administrative structures and governance, budgeting, program operation, and quality improvement techniques. This course fulfills the State of California licensing requirements and partially fulfills requirements for Program Director or Site Supervisor Permits.

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CHD-007: Management Issues in Child Development Programs (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite CHD 006 This course is an in-depth study of effective application of personnel management and leadership procedures in early childhood programs. Topics include the unique goals, roles and responsibilities of the director or supervisor of the children's center. The course includes staff-administrator relationships, staff development and in-service training, and it focuses on effective problem solving techniques, decision making models, meetings, performance appraisals, and assessment of individual leadership styles. This course fulfills requirements for the State of California licensing policies and procedures from Title 22. This course also fulfills the requirements for the Site Supervisor and Program Director Child Development Permit.

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CHD-008A: Practicum A (1.5 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.5)

Prerequisite: CHD 001, CHD 002, CHD 010, CHD 015, CHD 026 This course introduces students to developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching competencies under guided supervision. Students utilize practical classroom experiences to make connections between theory and practice, develop professional behaviors, and build a comprehensive understanding of children and families. All aspects of curriculum development and implementation are emphasized. Students are required to complete 108 hours of scheduled work under the supervision of a practicum supervisor at the Mission College Child Development Center. C-ID # ECE 210.

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CHD-010: Principles and Practices in Education (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CHD 001, CHD 002. This is a survey course that explores the issues and methodology of Early Childhood Education from a diverse perspective. It includes the historical contexts and theoretical perspectives of developmentally and culturally appropriate practice in early care and education for children from birth through age eight. The course explores the typical roles and expectations of early childhood educators. Identifies professional ethics, career pathways, and professional standards. Introduces best practices for developmentally and culturally appropriate learning environments, curriculum, and effective pedagogy for young children including how play contributes to children's learning, growth, and development. C-ID # ECE 120.

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CHD-013: Teaching in a Diverse Society (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite CHD 001 and CHD 002 This course is an examination of the development of social identities and the theoretical and practical implications of oppression and privilege as they apply to young children, families, programs, classrooms and teaching. Various classroom strategies are explored emphasizing culturally and linguistically appropriate anti-bias approaches supporting all children in becoming competent members of a diverse society. This course includes self-examination and reflection on issues to social identity, stereotypes and bias, social and educational access, media and schooling. C-ID # ECE 230.

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CHD-014: Art and Creative Development of Young Children (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course focuses on creative art experiences for the child. Students explore the factors that affect the development of creativity, artistic expression, and aesthetics in children. Developmentally appropriate art experiences are explored with the emphasis on process rather than product. The role of the teacher and the importance of the environment are discussed. Understanding and analyzing children’s art and its importance for the child’s overall development is studied. Students design creative art experiences to further the child’s creative expression and the role of art in STEM. Observation of children is required.

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CHD-015: Observation and Assessment of Children (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: CHD 001 Prerequisite: CHD 002 Introduces the appropriate use of assessment and observation tools and strategies to document young children’s development and learning. The use of findings to inform and plan learning environments and experiences are emphasized. Recording strategies, rating systems, portfolios, and multiple assessment tools will be discussed, along with strategies for collaboration with families and professionals. C-ID # ECE 200.

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CHD-016: Infant and Toddler Development (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CHD 001 This course provides students with an in-depth study of the child from prenatal through the early childhood years. This course is an extension of CHD 001, Child Growth and Development, in the exploration of the development of the very young child. This course meets the Infant-Toddler state licensing requirement. Observation of children is required.

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CHD-017: Child Health and Safety (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed to give students the skills needed to be able to identify children's health problems. The course is designed for persons working with children in early childhood environments. Included in the course is the study of infectious diseases, preventative health practices, nutrition and health promotion. The course meets State AB 962 requirements. C-ID # ECE 220.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

CHD-018: Parenting Issues for Teachers (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to give the student the skills needed as teachers to effectively work with parents and diverse families of the children in their care.

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CHD-020: The Child with Special Needs in the Community (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: CHD 001 and CHD 002 This course provides an overview of atypical development, a variety of disabilities and the impact a child with disabilities has on families. Educational, historical, societal and developmental issues are explored. The course examines special education laws, the identification and referral process, the development and implementation of an IFSP and an IEP, methods of intervention, and case management. Observation of children and conversations with family members and community agencies are required.

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CHD-021: Children and Play (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students examine the history and theories of play and explore how developmental stages of play affect the child’s overall growth. Students gain skills to analyze the child’s development and to design lesson plans that include developmentally appropriate play experiences that further the child’s growth. Observations of children’s play are required. Eligibility for ENGL 001A and REA 054 Advisory CHD 001

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CHD-022: Adult Supervision in Early Childhood Programs (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course gives students the skills necessary to assess program and staff performanceand supervise adults in early childhood settings. Students have opportunities to reviewprogram assessment models such as the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation self-study and to conduct self-assessments on leadership and communication styles. Career development strategies are also examined. This class partially fulfills the Site Supervisor or Program Director Permit requirements.

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CHD-024: Positive Guidance in Early Childhood Programs: Managing Challenging Behaviors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course assists students in learning positive guidance techniques to support children who are having challenging behaviors in early childhood programs. The course includes genetic, environmental, and cultural factors that impact the behavior of young children and practical strategies for intervention and prevention.

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CHD-025: Inclusion Stategies and Curriculum in Early Childhood Education (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CHD 001, CHD 002 This course focuses on the theories, research, and practical applications from the fields of both early childhood education and special education. This course assists students in designing effective curriculum and intervention strategies for children with disabilities who are being served in inclusive and natural environments.

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CHD-026: Introduction to Curriculum (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: CHD 001 Advisory: CHD 002 This course presents an overview of knowledge and skills related to providing appropriate curriculum and environments for young children from birth to age 8. C-ID # ECE 130.

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CHI - Chinese

CHI-001: First Semester Chinese (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course is an introduction to the pronunciation and basic grammatical structures of the Mandarin Chinese language. Emphasis is on listening and speaking skills; however, reading and writing are introduced and practiced. Chinese culture is incorporated in the course content.

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CHI-002: Second Semester Chinese (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHI 001 Chinese 002 is a continuation of Chinese 001 and is an elementary level course.

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CHM - Chemistry

CHM-001A: General Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 002 or High School Chemistry with a "B" or better AND Prerequisite: MAT 000C or MAT 00CM or High School Algebra II, or equivalent This course is pre-professional chemistry for students planning a career in science related fields. High school Chemistry with a B or better is required. C-ID # CHEM 110, CHEM 120S.

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CHM-001AH: General Chemistry I - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 002 or High School Chemistry with a "B" or better AND Prerequisite: MAT 000C or MAT 000CM or High School Algebra II or equivalent Chemistry 001AH is the honors version of the first of a two-semester sequence in general inorganic chemistry designed for science majors and those seeking entry to medicine and other professional programs in the health sciences. Topics include atomic structure, theories of chemical bonding, nomenclature, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, gas laws, and the properties of solids, liquids, gases, and solutions. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 001A and CHEM 001AH. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # CHEM 110, CHEM 120S.

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CHM-001B: General Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH. This course is a continuation of CHM 001A (General Chemistry I) and is intended for majors in chemistry, biological sciences, engineering, and professional programs in medicine and pharmacy. Topics include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, chemistry of the transition elements, and selected topics in nuclear chemistry. C-ID # CHEM 120S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-001BH: General Chemistry II - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001A or Prerequisite: CHM 001AH This course is a continuation of CHEM 001A (General Chemistry I) and is intended for majors in chemistry, biological sciences, engineering, and professional programs in medicine and pharmacy. Topics include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, chemistry of the transition elements, and selected topics in nuclear chemistry. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 001B and CHEM 001BH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu. C-ID # CHEM 120S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-002: Introductory Chemistry (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent CHM 002 is designed specifically to prepare students for CHM 001A (general chemistry). It introduces the principles of atomic structure, gas laws, solutions, and acid-base theories. There is heavy emphasis on problem solving, chemical formulas, equations and quantity relationships. C-ID # CHEM 101.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-002L: Introductory Chemistry Laboratory (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite or Co-requisite: CHM 002 This course is a laboratory component to accompany CHM 002: Introductory Chemistry. C-ID # CHEM 101.

5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-012A: Organic Chemistry I (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH. This course is a study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. C-ID # CHEM 150, CHEM 160S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-012AH: Organic Chemistry I - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH This course is a study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 012A and CHEM 012AH. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # CHEM 150, CHEM 160S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-012B: Organic Chemistry II (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 012A or CHM 012AH. This course is the continuing study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. C-ID # CHEM 160S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-012BH: Organic Chemistry II - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 012A or CHM 012AH This honors course is the continuing study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 012B and CHEM 012BH. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # CHEM 160S.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-030A: Fundamentals of Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent CHM 030A is an introductory chemistry course designed for nursing and allied-health majors. Topics include dimensional analysis, inorganic nomenclature, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, chemical reactions, gas laws, solutions, acids-bases, oxidation-reduction, equilibrium and electrolyte systems. This course is not recommended for students majoring in biology or chemistry or for those seeking entry to professional programs in medicine or pharmacy.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CHM-060: Survey of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. OR Prerequisite: MAT 903M or any higher math Chemistry 060 is a one-semester survey of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry designed for students majoring in health sciences such as nursing or physical therapy.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity, CSU - California State University

CIS - Computer Information Systems

CIS-001: Introduction to Computer Science and Technology (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to the concepts of computer science and information technology. It covers computer architecture, the Internet and networking, and basic programming and data manipulation. Students develop a practical, realistic understanding of computer science and information technology. This course is recommended for students in any major who want to learn about computers and programming.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-007: Python Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an introductory course in programming using Python. No prior programming experience required. Students learn to design, code, and execute programs using the Python programming language. This class covers basic programming concepts, object-oriented programming and GUI programming concepts and topics. C-ID # COMP 112.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-008: Advanced Python Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an advanced course in Python programming that covers features of the language and its libraries. Students learn about advanced data structures such as linked lists, binary search trees, hash tables and directed and undirected graphs and design patterns in Python.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-033: Robotics and Embedded System (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 037A This course is an introduction to microcontrollers and interfacing. It covers the basic hardware components such as LEDs, switches, motors and sensors needed to build a robot and introudces the components needed for the drone hardware. In addition it includes programming of the microcontroller.

CSU - California State University

CIS-034: Intermediate Robotics and Embedded System Design (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 033 This is an intermediate course in Robotics and embedded systems. This course covers Raspberry PI and Python programs to control the robot camera, get sensor information and send control signals to the robot. It covers remote communication using zigbee, graphical LCD, locating robot using GPS, interfacing I2C and SPI devices. Robot Operating System (ROS) and artificial intelligence applied to robots is introduced.

CSU - California State University

CIS-037A: Introduction to C Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods of computer programming using the C language. The course covers data types, expressions, control structures, functions, sequential files, arrays, pointers, strings, string library and ADTs. It also covers low-level programming elements such as memory manipulations, pass-by reference pointers, structs and bit-level manipulation.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-039: Introduction to Computer Systems and Assembly Language (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 037 This course provides a solid introduction to computer systems and machine language programming. Students learn the inner working of computer systems, instruction sets, assembly language programming, and data representation. Students also learn how to understand the code that a compiler generates, the memory layout and hierarchy, and the details of linking and loading. C-ID # COMP 142.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-040: C++ Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 037A This is an introductory course in programming using C++. Students learn to design, code, and execute programs using the C++ programming language. This class includes control structures, functions, object-oriented programming concepts and topics.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-043: Software Development With Java Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 007 or CIS 037A. This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods of computer programming with an emphasis on OOP, (Object-Oriented Programming). Java programming language concepts include data types, selection, loops, arrays objects and classes. This course also includes GUI (graphical user interface), Graphics, files and exception handling. C-ID # COMP 122.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-044: Intro to Data Structures Using Java (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an advanced course in Java Programming Language. It covers basic data structures such as stacks, lists, dynamic arrays, trees, and the algorithms of their implementation.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

CIS-044A: Perl Programming (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MATH 903 or MATH 903M, Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053. This is an introductory course in Perl programming. This course includes instruction on the basic features of Perl scripting/programming. It covers regular expressions, operators, arrays, functions, file handlers, system interface and exception handling. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIS-045: Linux Essentials I (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an introductory course in the Linux operating system. Students learn the basics of Linux commands and utilities, including files, editors and scripting. This course covers the Unix Bash language scripting including variables, expressions, control structure, files, subroutines, and the "awk" and "sed" commands.

CSU - California State University

CIS-047: Linux System Administration (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 045 This is a course in Linux system administration. Students learn hands-on skills for Linux administration, including system initialization, file system management, user and services administration and network configuration. It covers file systems, file sharing, mail server, LDAP, DNS, fire wall, web server and network security. C-ID # ITIS 155.

CSU - California State University

CIS-051: Introduction to Data Analysis (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 007 This is an introductory course on data analysis. It provides a foundation for understanding data analysis principles, tools and applications. Topics include data loading and storage, data manipulation, data cleaning and preparation, data wrangling, plotting, visualization and analysis. Students will use Python programming language and Python libraries such as NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib in the course.

CSU - California State University

CIS-052: Data Visualization (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

In this course students will learn how to become a master at communicating business-relevant implications of data analyses. After finishing this course, students will be able to effectively import data, clean and transform it and convey the results of the analysis to the stakeholders. Students will learn how to best convey the story behind the data using the most effective visuals as well as using Tableau to make effective and interactive dashboards.

CSU - California State University

CIS-053: Introduction to Machine Learning (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 051 This course is an introductory course in machine learning and predictive analytics. Students will learn the fundamentals of developing models with cleaned and prepared data. They will gain an understanding of the algorithms of machine learning and learn to build predictive models using Python. Topics included-supervised learning, forecasting numeric values with multiple linear regression, decision trees and unsupervised learning. Students will use machine learning Python libraries such as scikit-learn to implement machine learning algorithms.

CSU - California State University

CIS-055: Database Management Systems I (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CIS 001 This course is the first of two courses that covers the current, classical database systems, database design, and architecture. Entity-relationship and enhanced entity models. Relational model, normalization techniques, emerging standard of SQL query language, XML, embedded, and dynamic SQL. Introduces students to widely used database systems such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL server, and MySQL. Students will work in groups to implement and design a commercial database application project.

CSU - California State University

CIS-056: Database Management Systems II (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CIS 055 This course is the second of two courses that covers database management and SQL programing, stored procedures, functions, packages, and database triggers, relational database systems, object-oriented data model, database trends, web database topics, architectures, introduction to interface languages. Students will work in groups to implement a commercial database application project.

CSU - California State University

CIS-060: Mobile Apps Programming - iOS (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory CIS 040 or CIS 043 This course is an introduction to programming iOS applications using an object-oriented paradigm. Students learn to develop simple to more advanced applications using Swift, Model-View-Control framework, graphical-user interface, classes, methods, and messages.

CSU - California State University

CIS-063: Mobile Apps Programming - Android (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to programming applications for the Android operating system. Students learn to develop simple to more advanced applications using the latest Java technologies and the Android SDK.

CSU - California State University

CIS-064: Advanced Android Apps Development (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory CIS 063 This is an advanced course on Android application development that builds upon CIS 063, Mobile Apps Programming-Android. Topics include broadcast, services, custom views, widgets, SMS, and device hardware features.

CSU - California State University

CIT - Computer Information Technology

CIT-011: Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software ( A+) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software and advanced concepts such as security, networking, mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, client-side virtualization, and the responsibilities of an IT professional. It helps students prepare for entry-level career opportunities in ICT and the CompTIA A+ certification. It also provides a learning pathway to Cisco CCNA. Hands-on lab activities are an essential element of the course. The Virtual Laptop and Virtual Desktop are stand-alone tools designed to supplement classroom learning and provide an interactive "hands-on" experience in learning environments with limited physical equipment. The use of Packet Tracer supports alignment with the new CompTIA A+ certification objectives. C-ID # ITIS 110.

CSU - California State University

CIT-012: Introduction to Networking (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course introduces the fundamental building blocks that form the modern network, such as protocols, media, topologies and hardware. It then provides in-depth coverage of the most important concepts in contemporary networking, such as TCP/IP, Ethernet, wireless transmission, virtual networks, security and troubleshooting. This course helps students prepare for entry-level career opportunities in ICT and the CompTIA Network+ certification. It also provides a learning pathway to Cisco CCNA. C-ID # ITIS 150.

CSU - California State University

CIT-013: AWS 1 Cloud Practitioner- Foundational (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 021 This introductory course provides an overall understanding of cloud computing concepts , AWS core services, security, architecture, storage, networking, pricing, and support.

CSU - California State University

CIT-014: AWS 2 Solutions Architect- Associate (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 013 This course will help students develop technical expertise in cloud computing and prepare them for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate certification exam. The curriculum is delivered through instructor-led classes, knowledge assessments, hands-on labs, and project work. The course covers AWS Cloud, management console, S3 storage, Networking and VPC, cloud migration, continuity, Scalability, database.

CSU - California State University

CIT-016: CyberSecurity and Ethical Hacking (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to IT security and ethical hacking using the latest operating systems, security techniques, and wireless standards. It also covers the fundamentals of system security, network infrastructure, access control, assessments and audits, cryptography, and organizational security. Students gain hands-on experience with various ethical hacking methods and techniques. C-ID # ITIS 160.

CSU - California State University

CIT-017: Cyber Security Essentials (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 021 The Cybersecurity Essentials course develops foundational understanding of cybersecurity and how it relates to information and network security. This course explores the importance of cybersecurity, data confidentiality, and best practices for using the internet and social media safely. This course introduces students to characteristics of cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks. Through interactive, multimedia content, lab activities, and multi-industry case studies, students build technical and professional skills to pursue careers in cybersecurity.

CSU - California State University

CIT-018: CCNA Cyber Security Operations (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 017 The CCNA Cybersecurity Operations course provides an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed for a Security Analyst working with a Security Operations Center team. It teaches core security skills needed for monitoring, detecting, investigating, analyzing and responding to security events, thus protecting systems and organizations from cybersecurity risks, threats and vulnerabilities.

CSU - California State University

CIT-021: Cisco Network Fundamentals (CISCO-1) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Introduction to Cisco Networks (ITN) is the first course in the CCNA curriculum. It covers the architecture, structure, functions and components of the Internet and other computer networks. Students achieve a basic understanding of how networks operate and how to build simple local area networks (LAN), perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement Internet Protocol (IP). C-ID # ITIS 150.

CSU - California State University

CIT-022: Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 021 Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE) course is the second course in the CCNA curriculum. It covers the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in small networks and introduces wireless local area networks (WLAN) and security concepts. Students learn how to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches for advanced functionality using security best practices and resolve common issues with protocols in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

CSU - California State University

CIT-023: Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 022 Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation (ENSA) is the third course in the CCNA curriculum. It describes the architecture, components, operations, and security to scale for large, complex networks, including wide area network (WAN) technologies. The course emphasizes network security concepts and introduces network virtualization and automation. Students learn how to configure, troubleshoot, and secure enterprise network devices and understand how application programming interfaces (API) and configuration management tools enable network automation.

CSU - California State University

CIT-024: Implementing and Administering Cisco Networking Technologies (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 023 The course is advanced course that provides students with the required knowledge to develop a comprehensive foundation for designing, securing, operating, and troubleshooting modern computer networks, on the scale from small business networks to enterprise networks, with an emphasis on hands-on learning and essential career skills like problem solving and collaboration.

CSU - California State University

CIT-078: Microsoft Server Essentials 1 (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIT 011 This course focuses primarily on the installation, storage, “compute features and functionality” and the “networking features and functionality” available in Windows Server 2016. It covers general installation tasks and considerations and the installation and configuration of Nano Server, in addition to the creation and management of images for deployment. It also covers DFS and BranchCache solutions, high performance network features and functionality, and implementation of software-defined networking (SDN) solutions, such as Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) and Network Controller. C-ID # ITIS 155.

CSU - California State University

COM - Communication Studies

COM-001: Public Speaking (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX. This is a basic course in speech communication that emphasizes the fundamentals of informative and persuasive speaking presented extemporaneously. The theory and techniques that are stressed include: research, critical evaluation, reasoning, organization, style, and delivery; the role of the listener in oral communication; and understanding the audience-speaker relationship. C-ID # COMM 110.

1C - IGETC Oral Communication, A1 - CSU Oral Communication, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COM-001H: Public Speaking - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX. This honors course is an enhanced version of COM 001, emphasizing the fundamentals of informative and persuasive speaking presented extemporaneously. The theory and techniques that are stressed include: research, critical evaluation, reasoning, organization, style, and delivery; the role of the listener in oral communication; and understanding the audience-speaker relationship. Students cannot receive credit for both COM 001 and COM 001H. Enrollment in the Honors Program is required.

1C - IGETC Oral Communication, A1 - CSU Oral Communication, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COM-004: Small Group Communication (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed to provide students with theoretical and practical experiences into the interaction, information-sharing, decision-making and problem-solving processes of small groups. In addition, students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in a variety of situations. C-ID # COMM 140.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

COM-008: Interpersonal Communication (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students learn theory and skills to improve human communication in personal relationships and the workplace. Topics include effective listening, assertiveness,expressing feelings and ideas clearly, nonverbal communication, and conflict resolution. C-ID # COMM 130.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

COM-012: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX. This is an introductory course examining the effects of culture on interpersonal communication. Emphasis is given to the influence of culture upon the interpretation of the communication act and to the skills that improve intercultural communication. C-ID # COMM 150.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

COM-015: Fundamentals of Communication (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed for students who want to improve their communication skills. Emphasis is on presentational skills, group communication skills, employment interviewing, and interpersonal/intercultural communication in career settings. Grade Only.

COM-019A: Communication Activities: Interviewing Skills (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

In this course students develop and practice successful interviewing skills, including techniques for pre-interview preparation, dynamics of an interview, salary negotiations and follow-up.

COM-019B: Communication Activities (Min Credits: 1.0)

Students can participate in a variety of speech communication activities such as leading conversation groups for ESL students, intercollegiate competition in individual speaking events and debate, judging high school competition, and designing individual communication projects. Pass/No Pass Option.

COM-020: Argumentation and Debate (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is a basic course in rhetorical theory and practice. Students engage in argumentation and debate while learning the means of discovering and supporting intelligent decisions and adapting them to particular audiences. Attention is given to distinguishing fact from inference; presenting, analyzing and refuting propositions of fact, value, and policy; identifying and applying types and methods of reasoning; correct use and analysis of evidence, and the identification and analysis of fallacies. C-ID # COMM 120.

1C - IGETC Oral Communication, A1 - CSU Oral Communication, A3 - CSU Critical Thinking, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COM-020H: Argumentation and Debate - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course provides an introduction to rhetorical theory and practice. Students engage in argumentation and debate while learning the means of discovering and supporting intelligent decisions and adapting them to particular audiences. Attention is given to distinguishing fact from inference; presenting, analyzing and refuting propositions of fact, value, and policy; identifying and applying types and methods of reasoning; correct use and analysis of evidence, and the identification and analysis of fallacies. Students cannot receive credit for both COM 020 and COM 020H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. C-ID # COMM 120.

1C - IGETC Oral Communication, A1 - CSU Oral Communication, A3 - CSU Critical Thinking, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COU

COU-000A: Orientation to Mission College (0.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 0.5)

This course provides new students with basic information needed to attend college. It includes an orientation to Mission College programs and services, assessment information, registration procedures, an overview of general education requirements, and educational planning.

COU-003: Strategies for Personal and Professional Growth (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course will present students with practical and proven strategies for improving the skills necessary to be successful in college and in their personal lives. Students will explore and practice strategies to set clear goals, make wise choices, improve self management, enhance creative and critical thinking skills, and acquire skills for life-long learning. Credit/No Credit Option.

COU-005: Strategies For Success (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is a comprehensive course that integrates critical and creative thinking proficiency, personal growth and values, and academic study strategies. Emphasis is on the attainment of life-long success in academic, professional and personal development.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

COU-007: University Transfer Planning (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course provides in-depth information and assistance with the transfer process to 4-year colleges/universities.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COU-007H: University Transfer Planning - Honors (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This honors course provides in-depth information and assistance with the transfer process to 4-year colleges/universities. Students cannot get credit for both COUNS 007 and COUNS 007H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

COU-012: Careers and Life Styles (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ESL 980 or ENG 908. This course assists the student in examining the components of career choice. The focus is on career, personal and educational awareness as they relate to the process of career choice and major selection. Students identify personal interests, values, abilities, and skills and use self-assessment instruments to help them identify career options. Lifestyles and personal satisfaction are discussed as related to the world of work. Decision-making strategies, resume writing, interviewing skills and job search techniques are reviewed.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

COU-012A: Careers & Life Styles (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course assists the student in examining the components of career choice. Students will explore personal interests, values, abilities and skills. Self-assessment instruments will be used to help identify career options.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University

COU-012C: Careers and Life Styles (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Learn successful job search techniques. Learn to identify your skills and compare them to job requirements. Resume writing, interviewing and networking skills and job search marketing techniques are reviewed. Pass/No Pass Option.

COU-017: Transfer Success and Life Transitions (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Through the context of transferring from a community college to a university, this course introduces students to appropriate life skills that can help them achieve greater success in their educational, personal, and professional lives. The course is designed specifically for students interested in successfully navigating the process of transferring to a college or university.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

COU-023: Becoming a Master Student-Athlete (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

In this course student-athletes learn tools for success to be applied in the classroom and in their sport.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University

COU-055: Valuing Diversity (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course addresses the complexities of interpersonal relationships within the diverse cultures and ethnic groups in our society. Students examine cultural perceptions, while exploring self-concepts, values, beliefs, communication styles, religion, gender, ageism, and lifestyles in order to promote respect for differences and develop a sense of community.

AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

ECN - Economics

ECN-001A: Principles of Macroeconomics (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Advisory: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent. This course is a general study of the U.S. economy, including national output, employment, price level, and fiscal and monetary policy. The course also includes an online lab component. C-ID # ECON 202.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

ECN-001B: Principles of Microeconomics (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Advisory: MAT 000C or High School Algebra II, or equivalent. This course is a study of decision making by households, firms, and government in a market-oriented economy. This course includes an online lab component. C-ID # ECON 201.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

ECN-006: The Global Economy (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the core concepts and prominent forces of international economics and the relationships of nations and their economic policies. Opinions and viewpoints from a range of individuals in the private and public sector from around the globe are presented to expand insight into the increasing economic interdependence of nations.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

EGR - Engineering

EGR-010: Introduction to Engineering (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or MAT 903M or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course exposes students to the field of engineering and the various engineering disciplines. The course presents the basic skills necessary to succeed as an engineering student. The nature of engineering work and the roles of engineers are explored. The Engineering Design Process is addressed through multiple team-based projects and engineering problem-solving topics. Communication skills for technical presentations and reports are developed through practical engineering scenarios. Guest speakers from local engineering firms and tours to local companies are included. C-ID # ENGR 110.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

EGR-010H: Introduction to Engineering - Honors (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or MAT 903M or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course is the honors version of Introduction to Engineering. This course exposes students to the field of engineering and the various engineering disciplines. The course presents the basic skills necessary to succeed as an engineering student. The nature of engineering work and the roles of engineers are explored. The Engineering Design Process is addressed through multiple team-based projects and engineering problem-solving topics. Communication skills for technical presentations and reports are developed through practical engineering scenarios. Guest speakers from local engineering firms and tours to local companies are included. Students may not receive credit for both EGR 010 and EGR 010H. Enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project is required. C-ID # ENGR 110.

CSU - California State University

EGR-023: Mechanics - Statics (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 003B or any higher level math, and Prerequisite: PHY 004A This course applies the principles of mechanics to evaluate the static equilibrium of two- and three- dimensional engineering structures. C-ID # ENGR 130.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

EGR-024: Introduction to Circuit Analysis (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 003B Prerequisite: PHY 004B Advisory: MAT 004A This is an introductory course in the analysis of DC and AC electric circuits using techniques based on Kirchoff's laws, Ohm's law, and Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

EGR-024L: Introduction to Circuit Analysis Laboratory (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 003B Prerequisite: PHY 004B Corequisite: EGR 024 This course is an introduction to the construction and measurement of electrical circuits. Students use electrical test and measurement instruments including multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and function generators. Some labs require the use of circuit simulation software. This course is primarily for engineering transfer students.

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EGR-025: Engineering Graphics and Design (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MAT 000D ; or Prerequisite: MAT 002 ; or Prerequisite: MAT 003A ; or Prerequisite: MAT 003AH Engineering graphics based on conceptual sketching and computer aided design (CAD) are used to develop visualization tools for design. Graphics principles are taught and integrated into the design projects. C-ID # ENGR 150.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

EGR-026: Engineering Materials (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001A Prerequisite: PHY 004A This course presents the internal structures and resulting behaviors of materials used in engineering applications, including metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and semiconductors. The emphasis is upon developing the ability both to select appropriate materials to meet engineering design criteria and to understand the effects of heat, stress, imperfections, and chemical environments upon material properties and performance. Laboratory work is included. C-ID # ENGR 140B.

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EGR-030: Introduction to Computing for Engineers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 002, MAT 003A. This course introduces students to engineering problem solving using computer programming. A high level language, such as C/C++, is used. C-ID # COMP 122.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG - English

ENG-001A: English Composition (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ENG 905AC or ENG 908 or ESL 980 or completion of the Mission College Placement Assistance Tool prior to registration. This course emphasizes the techniques of English composition with emphasis on the process of learning to write clearly and effectively and to read analytically. English 001A fulfills the English requirement for the Associate degree. This course also satisfies the English requirement for baccalaureate degrees. C-ID # ENGL 100 (ENGL 110).

1A - IGETC English Composition, A2 - CSU English Composition, AA1 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - English Comp, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-001AX: English Composition with Additional Support (5.00 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: ENG 905AC or ENG 908 or ESL 980 or completion of the Mission College Placement Assistance Tool prior to registration. This course introduces the techniques of collegiate English composition with emphasis on clear, effective writing and analytical reading. Students will learn to think critically about their own writing and will receive extensive support throughout the writing process. Areas of support will include close reading, textual analysis, finding and correctly incorporating credible, relevant source material, and acclimating to a college academic environment. English 1AX fulfills the English requirement for the Associate degree. This course also satisfies the composition requirement for baccalaureate degrees. C-ID # ENGL 100.

1A - IGETC English Composition, A2 - CSU English Composition, AA1 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - English Comp, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-001B: English Composition and Literature (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course continues emphasis on English composition skills with an introduction to techniques of reading and writing about literature and acquiring skills in analysis and interpretation. C-ID # ENGL 120 (ENGL-LIT 100).

1B - IGETC Critical Thinking, A3 - CSU Critical Thinking, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-001C: Clear Thinking in Writing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course continues an emphasis on English composition skills and enhancing critical thinking, particularly in the reading and writing of arguments. Course content includes analytical reading skills and methods of analysis, principles of logic, techniques of reasoning and style, and research skills. This course may be offered via distance learning. C-ID # ENGL 105 (ENGL 115).

1B - IGETC Critical Thinking, A3 - CSU Critical Thinking, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-005A: English Literature Through 18th Century (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course is a survey of English literature that begins with Anglo-Saxon writings and the epic "Beowulf" and extends through the works of the eighteenth century ending with the writings of Samuel Johnson. C-ID # ENGL 160 (ENGL LIT 160).

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-005B: English Literature From 19th Century to Present (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001AX or ENG 001A This course is a chronological survey of the second half of English literature, beginning with the Romantic Period of the nineteenth century and continuing to the present. C-ID # ENGL 165.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-006B: Survey of World Literature (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX World Literature is the study of representative works of world literature from the seventeenth century to the present. The course emphasizes the literary and cultural significance of selected great works of Western and non-Western literary traditions, including women's, minority, and ethnic literature from around the world. C-ID # ENGL 145 (ENGL LIT-185).

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-007A: American Literature to 1865 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001AX or ENG 001A This course covers major American writers and literary traditions through 1865. It begins with Native American works and ends with the work of Walt Whitman. C-ID # ENGL 130.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-007B: American Literature 1865 to Present (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001AX or ENG 001A This course covers major American writers and literary traditions from 1865 to the present. C-ID # ENGL 135.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-013: Chicana/o-Latina/o Literature (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides an introduction to authors, topics, and movements in Chicana/o and Latina/o literature from the late 19th century to the present.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-015: Introduction to Film Analysis (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Critical analysis of film as a literary art form is covered in this course.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-043: Classical Mythology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX Classical Mythology is an examination of the major classical myths of Western heritage for an appreciation of their literary value and their influence on modern life and culture.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-048: Introduction to Shakespeare (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX Introduction to Shakespeare is a study of selected plays and sonnets. The course emphasizes detailed analysis of representative tragic, comedic, romance, and history plays, as well as the cultural contexts, dramatic conventions, poetics, and critical theory relevant to understanding Shakespeare's works. The course also focuses on critical analysis of issues including, but not limited to gender, sexuality, and race as they are represented in both source material and literary criticism.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-070: Creative Writing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students learn and practice various strategies associated with these genres, read and workshop each other's writing, and read/analyze the work of professional writers. Other activities may include attending literary events, hearing visiting writers, and making book presentations. C-ID # ENGL 200 (ENGL-CW 100).

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

ENG-900: Writing Skills Lab (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

English 900 is required for any student taking English 903 or 905. It is also advised for students wanting extra help in any English course. This course provides instruction designed to help students improve their writing by having them practice the steps of the writing process and apply writing strategies. Any student may enroll in the course. In order to receive credit, students must complete the required coursework. Pass/No Pass Only.

ENG-905AC: Accelerated Essay Writing (6.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 6.0)

Prerequisite: Completion of the Mission College Placement Assistance Tool prior to registration. Concentration is on the writing and revision process, academic essays and introduction to research skills. The course qualifies students for English 001A.

ENG-908: Effective Writing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: Completion of the Mission College Placement Assistance Tool prior to registration. Concentration is on the writing process, academic essays, and introduction to research skills. This course prepares and qualifies students for English 001A.

ESL - ESL

ESL-910LC: Foundations in Listening and Culture (Min Credits: 3.0)

Independent study course providing guidance and practice in basic listening, reading and writing skills in the English language. Aspects of American life are also featured. Pass/No Pass Option.

ESL-930CC: (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students develop and practice the oral and written skills in standard English necessary within the context of child care and parenting. Students practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills useful for communicating with and about children, including day-to-day care, health and safety. This course is intended for parents, grandparents, child care providers, preschool teachers, and students of Child Development who are non-native speakers of English.

ESL-930GW: High Beginning Grammar and Writing (3.0 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.5)

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 930RV and ESL 930LS is recommended. Prerequisite: A qualifying score on ESL placement test. Develops basic writing and grammar skills of standard written English.

ESL-930LC: High Beginning Language and Culture (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: Appropriate placement by multiple measures. This is the first of a two course sequence designed to help the high-beginning student develop strategies for communicating in the English language. Although some strategies for speaking are included, the emphasis is on developing skills in listening, reading, vocabulary and writing. Topics of American culture are covered.

ESL-930PL: Basic Pronunciation and Listening (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: a qualifying score in the ESL Placement Test Advisory: ESL 930LS This basic pronunciation course includes sound-spelling patterns, important vowel and consonant contrasts, syllables, word stress, and key intonation patterns.

ESL-940GW: Low Intermediate Grammar and Writing (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 940RV and ESL 940LS. Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the ESL Placement Exam. In this course, students continue the development of basic grammar and writing skills using level appropriate structures of standard written English.

ESL-940LC: Low Intermediate Language and Culture (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ESL 930LC or Appropriate placement by multiple measure.

ESL-940LS: Low Intermediate Listening and Speaking (3.0 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.5)

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 940GW and ESL 940RV Prerequisite: ESL 930LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. In this course, students practice oral instructions and questions, high-frequency vocabulary, conversations and short lectures. The course continues the development of basic English pronunciation of common words and phrases.

ESL-940PL: Low Intermediate Pronunciation and Listening (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the ESL Placement Exam. Low-Intermediate level students receive guidance and extensive practice on the most important aspects of American English pronunciation. These include fundamental sound-spelling patterns, important vowel and consonant contrasts, syllables, word stress, and key intonation patterns.

ESL-940RV: Low Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the ESL Placement Exam. This course focuses on vocabulary development and comprehension of short readings.

ESL-950EC: ESL for Child Development: Introduction (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: NCE 940EC This intermediate course develops oral and written English language skills necessary to introduce young children, to objectively describe their actions, and to identify and reflect on individual children’s needs and preferences.

ESL-950GW: Intermediate Grammar and Writing (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 940GW and ESL 940RV or recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. Advisory: ESL 940LS This intermediate-level course develops students' writing and grammar competency through the study of targeted intermediate grammar structures and written materials. Students focus on writing a variety of sentences (compound, complex, and compound/complex) by utilizing adverb, adjective, and noun clauses, and half sentences, phrases, and participles.

ESL-950LS: Intermediate Listening and Speaking (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 940LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 950RW and ESL 950G. In this intermediate level course, students receive guidance and extensive practice in effective oral communication in a variety of social and/or vocational situations.

ESL-950PL: Intermediate Pronunciation and Listening (3.0 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.5)

Prerequisite: ESL 940LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. Advisory: ESL 930PL Intermediate level students receive guidance and practice in the sound system of standard American English. This course emphasizes intelligible spoken communication. This course consists of two-thirds lecture and one-third lab work that facilitates skill development.

ESL-950RV: Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 940GW and ESL 940RV or recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. Advisory: ESL 940LS This intermediate level course develops students' reading skills through the study of a variety of fiction and nonfiction reading materials. The course focuses on reading skills such as comprehending main ideas and details in intermediate level readings, the acquisition and use of new vocabulary, and the strategies to understand and interpret content.

ESL-955EC: English for CHD: Factors in Child Development (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ESL 950EC This intermediate course develops oral and written English language skills to describe a child's development, appearance, and environment as well as to identify and reflect on factors that affect development. (Crosslisted with NCE955EC)

ESL-956GR: Intermediate to Advanced Grammar Review (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Students review and practice a wide range of grammatical and syntactical structures in meaningful contexts at an intermediate to advanced level.

ESL-960EC: English for CHD: Domains of Child Development, Part I (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ESL 950EC or Recommended placement at the 960 level according to ESL assessment. This high intermediate course develops oral and written English language skills necessary to identify, describe and support a child's socio-emotional and motor development.

ESL-960GW: High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 950G and ESL 950RW OR Prerequisite: ESL 950GW or ESL 960RV OR Prerequisite: Recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. This course develops students' knowledge of grammar in order to analyze, understand, write, and edit English sentences and paragraphs at a high-intermediate level. The course focuses on comprehensible simple, compound, and complex sentences with a high level of grammatical accuracy and word choice. Focus is also on various rhetorical styles in cohesive, well-organized, and grammatically correct paragraphs on abstract as well as concrete topics.

ESL-960LS: High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 960G and ESL 960RW. Prerequisite: ESL 950LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. This high intermediate course continues to develop students' oral communication skills in a variety of social, business and/or academic situations.

ESL-960RV: High Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 950GW and ESL 950RV OR Prerequisite: Recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. In this course students develop reading comprehension strategies, vocabulary acquisition techniques, and analytical reading skills. Using a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts, students learn to recognize main ideas and supporting details, distinguish between fact and opinion, and infer meaning. Students also learn techniques for summarizing short texts. Students increase their academic vocabulary by using context clues, stems and affixes, and practice with the Academic Word List. In addition, they become familiar with the denotations and connotations of words.

ESL-965EC: English for CHD: Domains of Child Development, Part II (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ESL 960EC This high intermediate course develops oral and written English language skills to identify, describe, and support children's cognitive and language development. (Crosslisted with NCE965EC)

ESL-970AM: Accent Modification (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 960LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. Advisory: ESL 950PL Advanced ESL speakers receive guidance and extensive practice in refining oral pronunciation and listening skills.

ESL-970GW: Advanced ESL Composition and Grammar (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 960GW and ESL 960RV or recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. This course continues developing skills attained in ESL 960GW in writing expository paragraphs and introduces the structure of the essay in standard academic written form. Students write paragraphs and essays in a variety of rhetorical styles. Emphasis is on the writing process, paragraph development, and essay organization. The course provides extensive practice with advanced grammar and sentence structure and helps students develop effective editing skills.

ESL-970LS: Advanced Listening and Speaking (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 960LS or a qualifying score on the ESL placement test. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 970GW and ESL 970RV. Advanced level ESL students receive guidance and extensive practice in listening and speaking in academic, professional and social settings.

ESL-970RV: Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 960GW and ESL 960RV or recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. Advisory: ESL 970LS Students will continue developing academic vocabulary using context clues, stems and affixes, and dictionary skills. Reading skills focus on inferencing, identifying bias, distinguishing between fact and opinion, determining main and supporting ideas, paraphrasing, and summarizing. A novel and a library project are required.

ESL-980: Effective Writing for Advanced Esl Students (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: ESL 970GW and ESL 970RV, or recommended placement on the ESL Assessment Tool. Corequisite: ESL 970LS This course is for students whose native language is not English. Students write academic essays and a short research paper. Emphasis is on the writing process, academic essay writing, and introductory research skills. The course also provides intensive practice with the sentence patterns, grammatical structures, and academic vocabulary necessary to produce clear, accurate prose.

ESL-985: Writing for ESL Students in English 001A and English 001AX (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Co-requisite: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course is for students taking English 001A or English 001AX whose native language is not English. This course provides intensive instruction and practice in writing coherent paragraphs and essays for specific audiences. This course includes the drafting, revision, and editing processes as well as instruction in grammar, mechanics, and usage. The course focuses on the sentence patterns, grammatical structures and academic vocabulary necessary to be successful in English 001A / 001AX.

FDR - Hospitality Management

FDR-050A: Introduction to the Hospitality Industry (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: students should have basic arithmetic skills. This course is an overview of the Hospitality and Tourism Industry designed to prepare students for careers in hospitality management. Tours and guest lectures highlight this course. Information about the Hospitality Management Program is explained. C-ID # HOSP 100.

CSU - California State University

FDR-051: Basic Food Preparation (2.0 Lecture/3.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Corequisite: FDR 051S. Advisory: INF 050. It is highly recommended that INF 050 be taken either before or concurrent with FDR 051. This is a lecture and laboratory course dealing with the fundamentals of food preparation. Students practice the basic principles of food preparation and prepare small quantities from standard recipes, and international cuisines are introduced. This class covers beginning recipes including appetizers, soups, salads, main courses, breads, desserts and pastries. C-ID # HOSP 160.

CSU - California State University

FDR-051S: Introductory Catering Operations Lab (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

This course is required as a supplement to instruction in FDR 051: Basic Food Preparation. The purpose of this class is to increase students' skills, speed, and competence in hands-on food production. Concurrent registration in FDR 051 is required.

FDR-052: Quantity Foods Operation (1.0 Lecture/5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 6.0)

Prerequisite: FDR 051, FDR 058, FDR 075, INF 050 Co-Requisite: FDR 052S Advisory: FDR 059 In this course students engage in a real cafeteria operation and are rotated through all jobs. The emphasis is on management, quantity food preparation, and teamwork. Action station preparation and catering and banquet operations are emphasized as well. Menu planning, purchasing, commercial kitchen organization, sanitation and safety, and cost accounting are reinforced. A lab fee and uniform requirements apply.

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FDR-052S: Quantity Foods Catering Lab (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

This course is a required supplement for students enrolled in FDR 052, Quantity Foods. Students must fulfill 24-27.5 hours working on department on-site and off-site banquet and catering events. Activities include, but are not limited to, client contact and communication, event planning, service and execution, breakdown and follow up.

FDR-053: Restaurant Operations (1.0 Lecture/5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 6.0)

Prerequisite: FDR 052 Co-requisite: FDR 053S The students engage in an actual restaurant operation. Students rotate through all positions typically found in a full service restaurant. Additionally, each student is responsible for planning and managing two operational day's and/or live on-site or off-site catering events. The emphasis is on management, planning, food preparation, service, and evaluation. Cost accounting, purchasing, supervision, sanitation and safety, and marketing are reinforced. Uniforms are required, a lab fee applies. C-ID # HOSP 160.

CSU - California State University

FDR-053S: Restaurant Operations Lab (0.5 Arranged Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

This course is a required supplement for students enrolled in FDR 053, Restaurant Operation. Students must fulfill 27.5 hours working on department on-site and off-site banquet and catering events. Activities include, but are not limited to: client contact and communication, event planning, service and execution, breakdown and follow up.

FDR-054: Hotel and Restaurant Accounting (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is a study of accounting principles and how hospitality managers use financial statements and accounting information for decision-making purposes. This course covers basic accounting concepts, the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, the application of the Uniform System of Accounts for hospitality service industries, and the critical analysis and interpretation of financial statements. Also included are issues relating to assets, liabilities, and owner's equity, cash flow, revenue and expenses, managing cash, accounts receivable and accounts payable, forecasting, budgeting and internal controls, and assessing actual performance.

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FDR-055: Procurement for Foodservice Operations (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers two basic areas. Product information which is required for procurement in the food services industry and fundamental principles and purchasing techniques, receiving and storage of supplies.

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FDR-058: Cost Control for Foodservice Organizations (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FDR 051, FDR 075 Advisory: Students should have basic arithmetic skills. This course addresses the food, beverage and labor cost control aspects of food service management. The scope of the cost control critical control points applicable to both small and large operations are covered in detail. Labor control components as well as labor cost optimization strategies are explained.

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FDR-059: Supervision Management & Leadership (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: FDR 050A Traditional and contemporary theories, principles and practices of supervising and leading people will be discussed. The concepts introduced apply across all industries, with a focus on tourism, hospitality and foodservice industries; the combined engagement of which, account for the 2nd largest employer segment in the US. The unique challenges faced by supervisors of front-line and entry level employees will be discussed, as well as the shared & distinct variances in duties between a manager and a leader. Emphasis is placed on effectively directing today’s diverse workforce, as well as on the exploration of legal/ethical boundaries, and sustainable business practices in this current and post Covid-19, environment. An inventory of personal supervisory and managerial traits and the development of a leadership action plan are also course highlights.

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FDR-060A: Food Service Facilities Planning (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

The course is designed to familiarize the student with the complexities of planning, designing and equipping a food service operation.

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FDR-072: Intermediate Cuisine (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FDR 051 Advanced cooking techniques and international cuisines are explored in this class.

FDR-072S: Intermediate Cuisine Lab (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Corequisite FDR 072 This supplemental instruction class gives students hands-on practice in catering operations. It is a required corequisite for FDR 072: Intermediate Cuisine.

FDR-073: Fundamentals of Baking and Confectionery (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

An introduction to baking & pastry work. A uniform is required.

FDR-074: Intermediate Baking and Confectionery (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: FDR 073 This course is a continuation of FDR 073 with an emphasis on advanced baking techniques and skills and confectionery design. A uniform is required. A fee is charged: check schedule of classes for exact amount.

FDR-075: Menu Planning (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: students should have basic arithmetic skills. This course covers the principles of menu planning for commercial, institutional, and industrial food service operations. Since the menu is the primary marketing tool and controlling document that affects every area of operation in the food service facility, all aspects of planning and execution are visited. Special attention is placed on menu psychology and menu price calculation.

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FDR-076: Sales and Marketing in the Hospitality Industry (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides students with the knowledge and practical experiences to understand and develop short term and strategic operating marketing plans for food and lodging segments of the industry. Marketing is emphasized as a management philosophy that guides the design and delivery of guest services. Advisory: students should have basic arithmetic skills.

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FDR-078: Advanced Baking and Pastry (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: FDR 073, FDR 074. This class is the third in the series of hands-on baking classes offered for the Baking and Pastry certificate or A.S. degree. It covers the most advanced baking and decorating techniques. Multiple layer cakes, wedding cake decoration, royal icing, fondant and gum paste decoration are practiced. Advanced piping and other decorative techniques are introduced to advanced pastry students.

FDR-079: Introduction to Food and Wine Pairing (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of food and wine pairing using traditional and non-traditional approaches. Students produce foods from various ethnic cuisines including French, Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Asian, and American to pair with wines from around the world. Why good pairings work is examined from a chemical interaction perspective. How to market wines with various menus is also be covered.

FDR-081: Intro to Wines and Spirits of the World (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course introduces students to the wide variety of wines, beers, and spirits available in today's market. It covers how food service operations can use their wine, beer, and spirit sales to increase revenues. Liability issues in alcohol service are also discussed. The major wine, beer and spirit production areas of the world are examined. The techniques of production of these beverages are identified. Students taking this course must be over 21; I.D. showing proof of age is requested at the first class meeting.

FDR-082: Introduction to Chocolate and Confectionary (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This class introduces students to the fundamentals of chocolate and sugar confectionary work. Chocolate and sugar confectionary techniques, as well as the production of both traditional and contemporary delights, are integral aspects of this course. Tempering, molding and decorating with chocolate and sugar confections and decorations are practiced.

FDR-085: Foundations for Sustainability in Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Services (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this course students are introduced to concepts and principles that explore methods whereby the leisure, tourism and hospitality industries, and related businesses can mitigate some of the impact on the environment and reduce their environmental foot prints. Sustainable initiatives and practices that might favorably impact local communities, national and global hospitality, tourism and tourism developments are researched and assessed. Topics addressed include: energy and water usage, waste management and minimizing waste creation, sustainable procurement across the industry, packaging and marketing, and related topics. A focus is placed on impact on management; guest/customer impact and sentiment, and positive and adverse impact on tourism development. Socio-cultural, socioeconomic and the general advancement of sustainable initiatives are discussed.

FDR-086: Beginning Bread Making (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: FDR 073 Beginning Bread Making introduces students to the functions of baking ingredients (such as yeast, flour, and shortening) and mixing methods for doughs, to fermentation techniques, heat transfer methods, and hearth bread baking. Special emphasis is placed on lean dough production and ways to enrich dough (laminating, rubbing, and cut-in). Students taste and test products that they create, keep a dedicated research notebook to record their end results, as well as complete a research assignment.

FDR-096: Healthy Cuisine (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: INF 050 An examination of the physical, social and environmental impact of our dietary choices, as well as our relationship with food in general. A progressive analysis of The Standard American Diet as well as basic components of improved eating patterns are presented. This course does not advocate that you adopt a particular way of eating, as everyone has their own unique dietary needs and preferences. However, a wide variety of special diets and plant-based diet variations, along with the appropriate preparation methods, will be introduced, demonstrated and practiced. A uniform is required, and a fee is charged for food supplies.

FDR-105: Catering Management and Operations (1.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: INF 050 This course provides an in-depth look at the professional caterer, from prospecting and initial client contact to executing the event and follow-up. Students learn about the physical and mental challenges of managing a full-service catering operation. A lab fee and uniform requirements apply.

FDR-106A: Starting a Mobile Food Business (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Food trucks are a rapidly growing sector of the restaurant industry; they are also proven segues into the world of the brick and mortar establishments. In this course you will discover how to develop your business, build your brand, and gain a loyal following and become familiar with the local ordinances, rules and regulations governing mobile sales. Students will also learn how to adapt the common but critical food service operating control cycle to a mobile business.

FDR-106B: Food Trucks: Mobile Food Operations (1.0 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Co-requisite: INF 050 Prerequisite: FDR 106A This is a continuation of Food Truck Course FDR 106A. In this lecture/lab structure, students discuss and then engage in practical application of setting up and managing food truck operations. Students gain hands-on experience at planning, preparing for, and execution of actual food truck service events. Students must be concurrently enrolled in or have completed Sanitation and Safety course INF 050. Students must also have completed FDR 106A with a passing grade. Uniform and lab fee requirements apply.

FPT - Fire Tech

FPT-051: Fire Protection Organization (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. This course provides a general introduction to the field of Fire Protection, including: career opportunities; philosophy and history of fire protection; the organization and function of fire protection services; and a basic introduction to the chemistry and physics of fire and fire control techniques, with an introduction to fireground hazards, strategy, and tactics.

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FPT-052: Fire Behavior and Combustion (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Advisory: FPT 051 This course focuses on the theory and fundamentals of how and why fires start and spread, including an in-depth study of fire chemistry, fire behavior and physics, and fundamentals of fire control methods, including fire characteristics of materials and compounds and the use of extinguishing agents and fire control techniques.

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FPT-053: Fire Protection Systems (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 or FPT 052 This course focuses on fire protection systems including: utilization of portable fire extinguishing equipment including inspection and maintenance procedures; fundamentals of design and operation of various types of sprinkler systems; fundamentals of design and operation of special hazard protection systems and associated fire detection and signaling systems; water supply requirements for standpipe, sprinkler and other fire protection systems.

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FPT-054: Building Construction for Fire Protection (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Advisory: FPT 051 This course provides instruction regarding the theory and fundamentals of building construction: laws, regulations and standards; the Uniform Building Code requirements for fire safety in buildings; classification of buildings by occupancy; elements of building construction and design; and fire protection requirements for buildings, special occupancy areas and open areas.

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FPT-055: Fire Prevention Technology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 This course provides instruction on the following: the organization and function of fire prevention; fire and life safety inspections; utilization of the Uniform Fire Code and related standards; surveying and mapping procedures; recognition of fire and life hazards; enforcing the solution of a fire hazard; public education aspects of fire prevention; and firefighters' responsibility in determining the cause of fire.

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FPT-056: Hazardous Materials Technology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 and FPT 052 Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent This course provides an in-depth study of materials presenting special problems in firefighting operations, including the identification of hazardous materials and the handling procedures utilized for emergencies, and enables first responders to recognize a hazardous materials incident and implement actions to protect themselves, the public, the environment and nearby property while responding in a defensive fashion. Students may obtain a First Responder Operations Certification from California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) or State Fire Training. Additional costs will be assessed for certification.

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FPT-057: Rescue Practices (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 This course is designed to prepare the student to evaluate basic rescue situations and establish a plan of action to safely eliminate the hazard and/or remove the victim(s) taking proper precautions for possible injuries.

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FPT-060: Wildland Fire Suppression (1.5 Lecture/1.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 This course focuses on the organizational skills necessary for Wildland Fire Suppression. The course is designed to provide the Student with the basic knowledge and skills needed prior to emergency response and preparation for the 2019 Firefighter 1 Requirement for Wildland Fire Suppression. Certifications to be announced and optional are; S190 Intro to Wildland Fire Behavior, and S130 Firefighter Training; additional costs will be assessed for certifications. The minimum safety equipment required for the field evolutions consists of an OSHA-approved helmet with chin strap # 44 impact goggles and leather gloves.

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FPT-061: Fundamentals of Fire Suppression (1.5 Lecture/1.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FPT 051 This course provides instruction in: manipulative skill and technical training in the identification and operation of fire service tools and equipment; the tying and employment of fire service knots and hitches; identification, actuation and employment of portable fire service extinguishers; donning and testing of protective breathing apparatus; basic hose evolutions; laying of multiple lines; operating hose lines above and below street level; fire service ladder evolutions; and basic salvage and overhaul techniques.

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FPT-065: Emergency Medical Technician Theory (6.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 6.0)

Co-Requisite: FPT 065C and FPT 065L Prerequisite: HOC 002 or American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider or equivalent. This EMT training program is designed to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital basic life support at the scene of an emergency, during transport of the sick and injured, or during interfacility transfer within an organized EMS system. This course meets all the theory requirements for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-I as specified in the regulations approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority in July 2017. Students must also successfully complete FPT 065L and FPT 065C concurrently with FPT 065 to be eligible for certification.

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FPT-065C: Emergency Medical Technician Clinical Experience (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Co-Requisite: FPT 065 and FPT 065L Prerequisite: HOC 002 or American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider or equivalent. The purpose of this EMT training course is to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital basic life support at the scene of an emergency, during transport of the sick and injured, or during inter-facility transfer within an organized EMS system. This course meets all the clinical requirements for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician as specified in the regulations approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority in July 2017. This course allows the student to experience “hands-on” skills while caring for patients under the supervision of a preceptor. The student needs to show proof of a current Tuberculosis (TB) skin test.

FPT-065L: Emergency Medical Technician Laboratory (1.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Co-Requisite: FPT 065 and FPT 065C Prerequisite: HOC 002 or American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider or equivalent. Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. The purpose of this EM training course is to prepare individuals to render pre-hospital basic life support at the scene of an emergency, during transport of the sick and injured, or during inter-facility transfer within an organized EMS system. This course meets all the skills-laboratory requirements at the mandated instructor: student ratio of 1:10 for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician I as specified in the regulations approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority in July 2017. Students must successfully complete concurrently FPT 065 and FPT 065C to be eligible for certification.

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FPT-180: Emergency Medical Technician-I Refresher Course (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 002 or American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider or equivalent. Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. The purpose of this EMT Refresher Course is to review topics to prepare individuals to render prehospital basic life support at the scene of an emergency, during transport of the sick and injured, or during inter-facility transfer within an organized EMS system. This course meets all the refresher course requirements for recertification as an Emergency Medical Technician as specified in the regulations approved by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Authority in July 2017.

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FPT-200: Fire Fighter 1 Fire Academy (8.0 Lecture/6.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 14.5)

Prerequisite: FPT 065, FPT 065C, FPT 065L, HOC 002, KIN 039B Co-Requisite: KIN 039C or KIN 039D This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the entry level Professional and Volunteer Fire Fighter to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the most current edition of NFPA 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, the most current edition of NFPA 1051 Standard for Wildland Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, and the most current edition of NFPA 472 Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents. The seven overarching themes of the California State Fire Fighter I curriculum are: general knowledge germane to the profession, fire department communications, fire ground operations, rescue operations, preparedness and maintenance, wild land suppression activities, and hazardous materials/WMD.

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FPT-300A: Fire Prevention Internship Course 1 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: FPT 055 Co-requisite: WRK 300FP This is the first course in the Fire Prevention Internship Program. Students will cover the process and documentation required for annual fire and life safety inspections in business, residential and recreational settings. Topics covered include; Assigned Department Information, Authority and Duties Standards, Codes and Permits, Fire Behavior, Building Construction, and the Inspection process. Fire Prevention Interns are required to take WRK 300FP as a co-requisite to this course and will complete 10-14 hours paid employment per week at a fire agency, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Interns may be assigned to 2 different agencies.

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FPT-300B: Fire Prevention Internship Course 2 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: FPT 300A Co-requisite: WRK 300FP This is the second course in the Fire Prevention Internship Program. Students will continue the process and documentation required for annual fire and life safety inspections in business, residential and recreational settings. The subject areas involved are; Means of Egress, Portable Fire Extinguishers, Hazardous Conditions, Site Access & Emergency Access, Water Supply, Fire Hydrants, Occupancy Classifications & Load. Fire Prevention Interns are required to take WRK 300FP as a co-requisite to this course and will complete 10-14 hours paid employment per week at a fire agency, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Interns may be assigned to 2 different agencies.

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FPT-300C: Fire Prevention Internship Course 3 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: FPT 300B Co-requisite: WRK 300FP This is the third course in the Fire Prevention Internship Program. Students will continue the process and documentation required for annual fire and life safety inspections in business, residential and recreational settings. Topics covered; Fire Suppression Systems, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems, Plan Review, WUI (Wildland Urban Interface) Inspections, Hazardous Materials, Tent Inspections, and Complaints. Fire Prevention Interns are required to take WRK 300FP as a co-requisite to this course and will complete 10-14 hours paid employment per week at a fire agency, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Interns may be assigned to 2 different agencies.

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FPT-300D: Fire Prevention Internship Course 4 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: FPT 300C Co-requisite: WRK 300FP This is the fourth and final course in the Fire Prevention Internship Program and is the capstone course. Students will continue the process and documentation required for annual fire and life safety inspections in business, residential and recreational settings. Topics covered are; Hood & Duct Systems, Private Underground Systems, Fire Investigation, Knox Box Inspections, Community Education, Emergency Planning and Preparedness Measures and Fire ground Operations. Fire Prevention Interns are required to take WRK 300FP as a co-requisite to this course and will complete 10-14 hours paid employment per week at a fire agency, Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Interns may be assigned to 2 different agencies.

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FPT-301: Fire Inspector 1A Duties and Administration (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Advisory: FPT 051 or FPT 055 This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including legal responsibilities and authority, codes and standards, the inspection process, confidentiality and privacy requirements, and ethical conduct, and administrative tasks including preparing inspection reports, recognizing the need for a permit or plan review, investigating common complaints, and participating in legal proceedings.

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FPT-302: Fire Inspector 1B: Fire and Life Safety (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Prerequisite: FPT 301 Advisory: FPT 055 This course provides students with a basic knowledge of fire and life safety aspects related to the roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I including building construction, occupancy classifications, occupancy load, means of egress, hazardous conditions, fire growth potential, fire flow, and emergency planning and preparedness measures.

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FPT-303: Fire Inspector 1C: Field Inspection (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Prerequisite: FPT 302 Advisory: FPT 055 This course provides students with a basic knowledge of the field inspection roles and responsibilities of a Fire Inspector I, including basic plan review, emergency access for an existing system, hazardous materials, and the operational readiness of fixed fire suppression systems, existing fire detection and alarm systems, and portable fire extinguishers.

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FPT-304: Fire Inspector 1D: Field Inspection CA (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: FPT 303 Advisory: FPT 055 This course provides students with a basic knowledge of a Fire Fighter I’s field inspection roles and responsibilities specific to California including tents, canopies, and temporary membrane structures; fireworks and explosives; and wildland urban interface environments.

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FRN - French

FRN-001: First Semester French (Elementary Level) (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: FRN 001L Students acquire the basic skills for communication in French: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are also exposed to a general overview of Francophone civilization and culture. It is strongly recommended that the student take FRN 001L along with FRN 001.

6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

FRN-001L: French Laboratory (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Advisory: FRN 001 This is a laboratory course offered online. The class is designed to improve language skills and reinforce grammar. Students review the cultures of French-speaking countries through films, current publications, Internet research and listening activities. This course is recommended for students enrolled in FRN 001 and is designed to further enhance class material. FRN 001L may also be taken independently by students who are not enrolled in a foreign language course.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University

FRN-002: Second Semester French (Elementary Level) (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: FRN 001 or two years high-school French with a grade of "C" or better or equivalent. FRN 002 is a continuation of FRN 001. The student continues to develop basic skills for communication in French: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The student is exposed to a general overview of francophone civilization and culture. It is highly recommended that the student takes FRN 002L with FRN 002.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

FRN-002L: French Laboratory (0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Advisory: FRN 001, FRN 001L, FRN 002. This class is a continuation of FRN 001L with further development of basic skills and structure. The class is designed to continue to improve language skills and reinforce grammar. Students review the cultures of French-speaking countries through films, current publications, Internet research and listening activities. This course is recommended for students enrolled in FRN 002 and is designed to further enhance class material. FRN 002L may also be taken independently by students who are not enrolled in a foreign language course.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University

FRN-003: Third Semester French (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: FRN 002 or its equivalent or permission of instructor. French 003 is a continuation of French 002, emphasizing intensive oral and written skills.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

FRN-004: Fourth Semester French (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: FRN 003 and/or its equivalent FRN 004 is a continuation of FRN 003 emphasizing written and oral skills in the cultural context.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

FRN-005: Fifth Semester French (Advanced Level) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: FRNCH 004 or its equivalent. FRNCH 005 is a continuation of FRNCH 004. This course continues the development of reading and writing proficiency. Pass/No Pass Option.

FRN-006: Sixth Semester French (Advanced Level) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: FRNCH 005 or its equivalent. FRNCH 006 is a continuation of FRNCH 005. This course further develops reading and writing proficiency. Pass/No Pass Option.

FRN-050A: Basic Conversational French and Culture (Min Credits: 3.0)

Beginning practical, conversation and culture. Pass/No Pass Option.

FRN-050B: Basic Conversational French and Culture (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FRNCH 050A. Continuation of basic, practical conversation and culture. Pass/No Pass Option.

FRN-051A: Conversational French and Culture (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: FRNCH 050B. Intermediate conversation & culture -- reviews basic grammar, develops vocabulary & oral expression. Credit/No Credit Option.

GDS - Graphic Design

GDS-011: The History of Modern Design (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory survey course focuses on the history, perception and development of design during the Twentieth Century. The students will develop an understanding of the evolution and role of the Modern Movement and how it affects society. The students will also learn about the evaluation criteria of two-dimensional and three dimensional design while examining examples of architecture, industrial, graphic, fashion and interior design. The students will be introduced to influential Twentieth Century design figures and their work.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GDS-012: History of Photography (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course surveys the history of photography from its origins to the present. Students examine the practice of photography as an art form and as a form of visual communication in historical, socio-political and cultural contexts.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GDS-015: Photo-Media and Social Change (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the impact of a wide range of new photographic genres on global social change. This includes analysis of the historical and social context of photojournalism, art photography, and internet multi-media and their influence on culture.

3A - IGETC Arts, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C1 - CSU Arts, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GDS-035: Graphic Design I (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this introductory course, students learn about the practical, artistic, and technical sides of Graphic Design. Students also begin to gain the necessary critical thinking and technical skills required across the various professional careers within Graphic Design. Students are evaluated through a series of hands-on projects. Multiple software packages within Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) are explored.

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GDS-039A: 3D Animation and Modeling (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 064 This is an introductory course in learning to create 3D animation. Students learn creative techniques using 3D modeling and animation software, including modeling, rigging, texture mapping, lighting effects and animation. Students produce 3D animation projects. Students also analyze the historical and contemporary trends in computer animation films.

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GDS-041: Mobile Game Design and Development (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This class focuses on creating mobile games using third party developer tools. Students learn how to design, program, test, and publish their mobile game to various mobile platforms.

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GDS-043A: 3D Game Character Animation with Maya (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ART 031A, GDS 039A This is an introductory course in character animation using Maya to generate animation. Using pre-built 3D characters, students learn basic animation principles such as squash and stretch, and anticipation. Students learn the controls for 3D mesh characters, and generate walk cycles, run cycles, and action sequences. Students develop concepts for short movies for 3D characters in action sequences, and add lighting and textures to their scenes in making their animated movie shorts.

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GDS-045: Web Design and Development 1 (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory course focuses on the design and technical skills required to create effective web designs using HTML, CSS and a variety of software packages. The basic principles of type, color, and layout are explored, along with necessary basic coding skills. Emphasis is placed on using industry standard workflows and techniques to create compelling designs.

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GDS-046: Web Design and Development 2 (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 045 This intermediate-level course is a continuation of the GDS 045 Web Design and Development 1 course. The focus is both on the creative design and the appropriate software and coding skills required in web design and front-end web development. Advanced design principles of type, color, illustration, and layout are explored along with intermediate to advanced HTML, CSS, and an introduction to JavaScript and other relevant technologies. A basic understanding of computer system operation is required.

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GDS-047: Web Animation (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 045 This introductory course focuses on the skills required to create effective web animations using a variety of software applications. Principles of animation, visual communication, user interface design and web optimization are explored. The student develops an understanding of the role of animation on the internet in a series of hands-on exercises. A basic understanding of computer systems is assumed.

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GDS-049: Wordpress and Content Management System (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 046 In this advanced web design and development class, students use WordPress to build dynamic websites that can be updated easily. Students are also introduced to PHP & MySQL, theme customization, child themes, and an overview of popular CMS platforms.

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GDS-051: Mobile Application and Web Development With Web Standards (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 045, GDS 046 This class focuses on using web technologies like HTML and CSS to create rich web applications as well as native mobile applications. Students learn to develop media using web standards. Current options for delivery methods on mobile devices are explored.

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GDS-055A: Design Agency and Branding (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035, GDES 062. In a real-world environment, this course is designed to increase the skills and abilities needed by students in the design industry, with an emphasis on creating brands and promoting brand awareness across all media, including interactive and print. The course includes project-based exploration of creative ideas in logo design, concept work, layout, package design, advertising, and more. The students, with active faculty involvement and supervision, work on real-world projects responding to design needs of clients.

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GDS-056: Presentation Design (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CAP 046D, CAP 046E This class focuses on the visual communication skills necessary to produce compelling presentations. Topic include color design, animation, interaction, storytelling, and advanced technical skills used in the production of assets for presentation. The class assumes an existing intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Powerpoint.

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GDS-060: Page Layout (2.0 Lecture / 1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035 This introductory level course in page layout and design uses Adobe InDesign software. Students assemble a variety of pieces such as booklets, brochures, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and other communication materials. Emphasis is on learning techniques used by graphics professionals to create full-color pieces integrating text, photos, and illustrations.

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GDS-061: Page Layout (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035 This introductory level course provides instruction in page layout and design as well as training in software such as Adobe InDesign. Students assemble a variety of pieces such as booklets, brochures, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and other communication materials. Emphasis is on learning techniques used by graphics professionals to create full-color pieces integrating text, photos, and illustrations.

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GDS-062: Digital Illustration with Adobe Illustrator (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is a beginning digital illustration course for graphic designers, illustrators and artists. Students learn how to create original illustrations and designs using Adobe Illustrator. Basic art principles are explored.

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GDS-063: Typography (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035 and GDS 060 This is a course for graphic designers on the study and demonstration of letterforms and typography. Practical design projects examine the interaction of form and message, with emphasis on fundamental theory, i.e., elements, principles, and attributes of typographical design. Students may create work for inclusion in a portfolio. This course requires both non-digital attention to hands-on craftsmanship and basic knowledge of Adobe CC software.

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GDS-064: Introduction to Adobe Photoshop (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is a beginning Adobe Photoshop course for graphic designers, artists, and photographers. Students learn how to create original artwork, refine photographs and manipulate digital imagery. Basic design principles are explored.

CSU - California State University

GDS-065: Typography (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035, GDS 061 This is a course for graphic designers on the study and demonstration of letterforms and typography. Practical design projects examine the interaction of form and message, with emphasis on fundamental theory, i.e., elements, principles, and attributes of typographical design. Students may create work for inclusion in a portfolio. This course requires both non-digital attention to hands-on craftsmanship and basic knowledge of Adobe CC (Creative Cloud) software.

CSU - California State University

GDS-066: Advanced Adobe Illustrator (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 062 This advanced level course uses Adobe Illustrator software. Designed for the student who wishes to continue with techniques and methods beyond the GDES 062 beginning course, students produce a variety of sophisticated digital illustrations. Emphasis is on technique as well as methodologies for creating illustrations with a distinctive style.

CSU - California State University

GDS-067: Graphic Design II (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035, GDS 060, GDS 063 This mid-level design course will develop the students’ confidence and competence in form and concept for visual communication. Projects emphasize the creation of professional level pieces using industry standard techniques and best practices. This course assumes competency in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.

CSU - California State University

GDS-068: Portfolio Production Studio (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 062 and GDS 064 In this course students create original portfolio content necessary for graduation and for procuring employment. Students develop and showcase their individual design/illustration approach, demonstrated via intermediate to advanced-level creative projects. Visual communication principles, processes and methodology are explored in lecture and in lab. Previous experience with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator is advised.

CSU - California State University

GDS-070: User Experience, Interface, and Multimedia Design (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this course students are introduced to the fields of User Experience Design and Interface Design. Key topics covered in this course are interaction design, mobile and desktop interface design, information architecture, user research, as well as UX planning documents such as wireframes and personas. Students learn many of the principles, processes, and techniques used to develop effective user interfaces.

CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GDS-071: Intermediate Multimedia Design (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ART 033A or ART 034A, and GDES 046, GDES 074, or GDES 075. This is an intermediate level course focusing on developing creative design skills that are required to conceptualize and model an interactive experience. The course will cover intermediate level principles of organizing information effectively and creating visually compelling interfaces. Principles involved in the production of interactive DVD's and CD-ROM's, video, web sites, and other media will be addressed. Pass/No Pass Option.

GDS-072: Digital Imaging and User Interface Design (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 070 In this course, students apply design principles to the creation of digital product designs using industry standard software. Students design interfaces and other assets used in User Interface Design and User Experience Design.

CSU - California State University

GDS-073: Digital Photography (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory course focuses on photography as a creative medium. Emphasis is placed on aesthetics, composition, content and the technical and creative design skills required to create effective digital images using digital cameras and a variety of software packages. Students also critically evaluate photographic images according to the principles of photographic theory. A basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop and computer system operation is required. Students must have access to a digital camera.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GDS-074: Digital Video Production 1 (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory course focuses on video production and related hardware and software. The students develop an understanding of video production and post-production in a series of hands on exercises. Camera operation, video and audio production techniques, special effects, the basic principles of motion graphics, video editing and audio editing are explored. Access to a camera capable of recording video, and a basic understanding of computer system operation are required.

CSU - California State University

GDS-076: Emerging Trends in Interaction Design (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 070 In this course, students will apply interaction design principles to the design and prototyping of emerging technologies in mobile, wearable, voice activated and smart appliances. Students will explore trends and best practice for interaction and interface design for emerging technology.

CSU - California State University

GDS-077: Interactive Projects & Explorations in UXD (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 070, GDS 072 In this capstone course, students will utilize UXD (User Experience Design) and Interaction design principles to rapidly design and prototyping projects to include in a UX Design portfolio. Students will design and develop hi-fidelity mobile, wearable, voice activated and smart appliances in project-based setting.

CSU - California State University

GDS-080: Packaging Design (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 035 This course introduces the student to the skills required to create effective packaging designs, finished comps, and delivering professional oral presentations. The role of typography, color, and the use of materials such as paper, plastics, and other materials are examined, and design solutions created using both traditional and computer-generated techniques. Comping skills are sharpened by these experiences. The variety of packaging styles available and the environmental implications of packaging are discussed.

CSU - California State University

GDS-081: Motion Graphics (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 064, GDS 074 This course focuses on the preparation and production of motion graphics/visual effects for video, film and the internet. The student develops an understanding of the principles of type in motion, keyframe animation, masking/keying, tracking, color correction and compositing. The focus is on creative visual communication. The student develops skill in the use of After Effects, as well as other appropriate software. Access to a camera capable of recording video, and a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop and computer system operation are recommended.

CSU - California State University

GDS-082: Game Design and Architecture (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This introductory course focuses on the planning and methodology of game design. The students will develop an understanding of conceptual game development process and, game architecture. The students will also examine and evaluate a number of case studies. A basic understanding of computer system operation is required.

CSU - California State University

GDS-084: Portfolio Production Studio (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 062, GDS 064 In this course students create original portfolio content necessary for graduation and for procuring employment. Students develop and showcase their individual design/illustration approach, demonstrated via intermediate- to advanced-level creative projects. Visual communication principles, processes and methodology are explored in lecture and in lab. Previous experience with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator is advised.

CSU - California State University

GDS-085: Professional Portfolio and Design Career Preparation (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A Advisory: GDS 035, GDS 055A This capstone course focuses on assembling a professional portfolio, as well as preparing for work as a freelance designer. The course includes portfolio development using projects created in prior art and design classes, self-promotional and interviewing techniques, and the process of working as an independent contractor. The students also interact with professionals in the field of design across multiple disciplines.

CSU - California State University

GDS-089: Javascript 1 (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 045 This is an introductory course on using JavaScript to develop applications for the web. Students learn to develop interactive web pages using JavaScript. This course covers JavaScript basics, arrays, objects, an introduction to DOM scripting and debugging. Intermediate topics include advanced objects, Web forms, events, DOM Scripting dynamic content, cookies and Web storage, and an introduction to advanced topics such as AJAX and JavaScript libraries.

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GDS-089B: JavaScript II and Web Development (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: GDS 089 This course provides an intermediate to advanced level content continuation of the GDS 089 JavaScript 1 course. The course also provides instruction on other aspects of web development, such as server interactions and version control. Topics include: Review of JavaScript basics, DOM scripting, front-end frameworks, asynchronous programming, JavaScript on the back end, APIs and Web Services. Technologies may include: JSON, React, XML, REST, jQuery, Angular, Node.js, package managers and AJAX.

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GEO - Geography

GEO-001: Introduction to Physical Geography (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the interactions among weather and climate, water resources, landforms, and living things. Human impact on all aspects of the physical environment and use of geospatial technology are explored.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

GEO-002: Introduction to Cultural Geography (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines human interactions with the natural environment and how the interactions shape the cultural landscape. Its focus is on describing and analyzing how and why population distribution, migration/mobility, languages, religions, folk/popular cultures, political systems, and economic activities vary from place to place.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

GEO-006: World Regional Geography (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

World Regional Geography deals with the study of a particular group of world regions or realms as each compares with the rest of the world in terms of both physical and cultural landscapes. It uses the fundamental geographic concepts and themes to provide a framework for understanding development patterns around the world. Development is viewed from the perspective of the natural environment that provides the basis for development as well as the cultural, social, political, and the economic factors that vary from region to region.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HED - Health Education

HED-002: Health and Lifestyle (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CAP 033A This course is designed to provide students with the learning experiences that will lead to a better understanding of the concept of a healthy lifestyle. Major topics covered in the class will be understanding behavior and change, relationships, cardiovascular health, fitness, nutrition and weight control, stress management, drug and alcohol abuse, reproductive issues, self-care and the use of the health care system.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

HIS - History

HIS-004A: History of Western Civilization (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Cultural contribution's in western civilization from Mesopotamia & Egypt to European Renaissance. C-ID # HIST 170.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-004AH: History of Western Civilization - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course covers the development of Western society and culture from prehistoric times to 1600. Students cannot get credit for both HIST 004A and HIST 004AH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. C-ID # HIST 170.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-004B: History of Western Civilization (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course is a survey of Western Civilization from 1600 to the present. Emphasis is on major political, economic, social, and intellectual movements that have shaped Western society. C-ID # HIST 180.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-004BH: History of Western Civilization - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: ENG 001A and ENG 001AX This honors course is a survey of Western Civilization from 1600 to the present. Emphasis is on the major political, economic, social, and intellectual movements that have molded the Western society. Students cannot get credit for both HIS 004B and HIS 004BH. Enrollment in the Honors Program is required. C-ID # HIST 180.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-015: World History to 1500 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a survey of World Civilization from prehistoric times to 1500. Emphasis is on the major political, economic, social, cultural and intellectual movements that have molded world societies. C-ID # HIST 150.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-015H: World History to 1500 - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course is a survey of World Civilization from prehistoric times to 1500. Emphasis is on the major political, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual movements that have molded world societies. Students cannot get credit for both HIS 015 and HIS 015H. Enrollment in the Honors Program is required. C-ID # HIST 150.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-016: World History Since 1500 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the development of world civilizations and cultures from 1500 to the present. C-ID # HIST 160.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-016H: World History Since 1500 - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course is a survey of world civilizations from 1500 to the present. Emphasis is on the major political, economic, social, and intellectual movements that have molded world civilizations. Students cannot get credit for both HIS 016 and HIS 016H. Enrollment in the Honors Program is required. C-ID # HIST 160.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-017A: History of the United States to 1877 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the development of American government and culture from colonial through Civil War and Reconstruction periods. C-ID # HIST 130.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AD2 - AA-AS American History & Ins, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California, US1 - CSU American Instittn & Ideals, US2 - CSU US Constitution/Government

HIS-017AH: History of the United States to 1877 - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course studies the development of American government and culture from colonial through Civil War and Reconstruction periods. HIST 017AH is more rigorous in the course work and research than HIST 017A. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. C-ID # HIST 130.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AD2 - AA-AS American History & Ins, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California, US1 - CSU American Instittn & Ideals, US2 - CSU US Constitution/Government

HIS-017B: History of the United States Since 1877 (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the emergence of the United States as a world power in the late 19th and 20th centuries. C-ID # HIST 140.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AD2 - AA-AS American History & Ins, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California, US1 - CSU American Instittn & Ideals

HIS-017BH: History of the United States Since 1877 - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course covers the emergence of the United States as a world power in the late 19th and 20th centuries. HIST 017BH is more rigorous in the coursework and research than 017B. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AD2 - AA-AS American History & Ins, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California, US1 - CSU American Instittn & Ideals

HIS-020: History and Geography of California (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines California's geographic regions, Native Americans of California, institutions of Spanish California, developments during Mexican and early American period, economic foundations of the state, political growth and institutions of American California, diversity in California history through the 20th Century, and state and local government.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, AD2 - AA-AS American History & Ins, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California, US3 - CSU Calif State/Local Govrnmnt

HIS-031: History of East Asia (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: REA 054 Advisory: ENG 001A or ENG 001AX This course is a survey of the history of China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and related countries and regions in East Asia with emphasis on the political, social, and economic development of these countries and their interaction with the West. Students will explore the origins of the cultural traditions, major religions in the area, the unifying forces of Chinese culture, and Western intrusion into the region.

4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-033: Women's Issues Past and Present (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the historical study of major women's issues and movements from colonial times to the modern era.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HIS-033H: Women's Issues Past and Present - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course introduces students to the historical study of major women's issues and movements from colonial times to the modern era. Students cannot get credit for both HIST 033 and HIST 033H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HMT

HMT-075: Housekeeping in Hotels, Motels and Institutions (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In a hotel, housekeeping is the largest department and is responsible for the delivery of the hotel's basic product, a clean room. A highly diverse workforce in this department necessitates skilled managers, according to hotel industry advisory board members. Standards today are such that managers whose ultimate goal is to achieve the executive position as general manager must have experience successfully managing the housekeeping department. This course provides students with fundamental principles for managing housekeeping operations. This is an elective course that is part of the Associate of Sciences Degree Foodservice/Restaurant Management, as well as the Hospitality Management transfer major.

CSU - California State University

HMT-076: Hotel and Motel Front Office Management (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the principles of effective front office management. Students examine the guest services role, reservations, registration, account settlement, the audit process and evaluate a hotel operation. Computer simulation provides a hands-on interactive learning experience. C-ID # HOSP 140.

CSU - California State University

HOC - Health Occupations

HOC-001: Medical Terminology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course offers 14 modules over the semester, with the scheduled requirement that one module be completed each week. The modules introduce medical terminology related to medical specialties, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and an overview of each body system.

CSU - California State University

HOC-001A: Health Occupations Bootcamp (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: Basic arithmetic skills This course is designed to prepare the potential Health Occupations student for entry into and successful completion of a Health Occupations program. The course content focuses on competencies expected upon entry, study skills, test-taking strategies, stress management, mathematics for dosage calculation, critical thinking, critical reasoning, and introduction to the nursing process.

HOC-002: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (0.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 0.5)

The course is designed to prepare the student to provide mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and closed chest heart compression (Basic Life Support) to a victim of sudden death. This course is taught according to guidelines of the American Heart Association. AHA CPR/AED course completion cards are issued to students who successfully meet course objectives. The student is required to read the textbook "BLS for Healthcare Providers" prior to attending class.

CSU - California State University

HOC-003: Emergency Disaster Preparedness for Allied Health Professionals (0.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 0.5)

The course is designed to assist allied health workers in assessing and developing plans for emergency and disaster situations in the home, community agency or clinical setting. Note: The student must purchase and read the textbook prior to the start of the class.

HOC-004: First Aid and CPR (0.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 0.5)

The American Heart Association (HeartSavers) CPR/AED and First Aid course is a training program to prepare individuals to respond to life-threatening emergencies and to injuries and sudden illness that may arise in the workplace and in the community. This course covers CPR for adults, children and infants and the use of AEDs (automated external defibrillators), and has scenarios to facilitate discussion of appropriate care in first aid emergencies. Successful participants receive an American Heart Association Adult/Child/Infant CPR, AED and First-Aid certificate.

HOC-005: Introduction to Community Health Worker (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Learn the various roles, skills and function of Community Health Workers. This course introduces important core competencies for providing direct services, including, cultural humility, scope of practice, ethics, client-centered coaching, care management, and home visiting. Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 054

CSU - California State University

HOC-006: Personal Health and Life Style (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CAP 033A This course is designed to provide students with learning experiences that will lead to a better understanding of the concept of a healthy lifestyle. Major topics covered in the class are: understanding the dynamics of behavior and change, relationships, cardiovascular health, fitness, nutrition and weight control, stress management, drug and alcohol abuse, reproductive issues, self-care and utilization of the health care system.

CSU - California State University

HOC-008: Community Health Problems (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is an introductory community health course with a focus on community health issues, including chronic disease and substance abuse, and management strategies that address these problems. This course is required for students in the community health worker program and individuals working in residential care agencies. Advisory: student should have basic arithmetic skills.

B - AA-AS Natural Sciences - DNU, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HOC-010: Health Communication: Health Literacy, Health Coaching, and Motivational Interviewing (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students will learn methods of communication in healthcare: health literacy,health coaching, group dynamics, and motivational interviewing. In addition,students will demonstrate an understanding of how one's culture affects health behavior and will develop a client-informed plan. Advisory: MAT 900

CSU - California State University

HOC-011: (Min Credits: 0.5)

The course is designed to prepare the student to provide mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing and closed chest heart compression (Basic Life Support) to a victim of sudden death. This course is taught according to guidelines of the American Heart Association. AHA CPR/AED course completion cards are issued to students who successfully meet course objectives. The student is required to read the textbook "BLS for Healthcare Providers" prior to attending class.

HOC-012: Community Health Worker Internship (1.0 Lecture / 2.0 Arranged Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 005 This internship course provides students with an opportunity to learn in a work setting while obtaining practical experience in community health work. Students will contract for a minimum of 100 hours at an internship placement and participate in a weekly seminar to discuss their fieldwork and apply academic theory to practice.

HOC-019A: Nursing Assistant Fundamentals (3.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Co-Requisite: HOC 019B Advisory: HOC 004 This beginning course in nursing fundamentals gives the student a foundation in the basic scientific principles required to provide health care in a skilled nursing facility. Students who successfully complete this course, along with HOC 019B, are eligible to apply for the California Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) examination.

CSU - California State University

HOC-019B: Nursing Assistant Clinical Experience (2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This clinical practicum provides the Nurse Assistant student with experience in the application of basic patient care skills in a skilled nursing facility. Students who successfully complete this course, along with HOC 019A, are eligible to apply for the examination National Nurses Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP)examination. Eligibility for ENG 001A and REA 054 Corequisite HOC 019A Students must pass the course with 75% or higher.

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HOC-019F: Home Health Aide Fundamentals (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

This course introduces the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) to the basic concepts of home care nursing. Students learn entry-level skills for employment as a home health aide. Successful completion of this course along with HOC 019G provides eligibility for a California Home Health Aide (HHA) certificate.

HOC-019G: Home Health Aide Clinical (0.5 Arranged Lab) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Advisory: Students should have basic arithmetic skills. This clinical practicum provides the student with experience in basic nursing skills in a skilled nursing facility/home setting. Students who successfully complete this course along with HOC 019F are eligible to apply for the California Home Health Aide Certificate.

HOC-020: Introduction to Professional Health Care (0.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 0.5)

Advisory: HOC 001, HOC 001A, HOC 905 or Advisory: HOC 001, HOC 001A, MAT 903. This course helps acquaint incoming vocational nursing and psychiatric technician students with Mission College, available student services, and the Health Occupations career tracks. It covers college orientation and information regarding Health Occupations policies and procedures, study skills, assignments, time management, and career opportunities.

HOC-022: Patient Nursing Care Fundamentals (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Co-Requisite: HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 025A, HOC 025B, HOC 026A, HOC 026B, HOC 027, HOC 028, PSY 001 or PSY 001H, PSY 012. This is a foundation course in which beginning Health Occupations students gain knowledge of fundamental principles and techniques necessary to provide basic nursing care to patients. Ethical and legal responsibilities of the vocational nurse and psychiatric technician are explored. Students utilize the nursing process and therapeutic communication while gaining competence in performing basic nursing procedures and skills, including administration of medications and enemas; performing physical assessments of body systems; collecting and ensuring integrity of diagnostic specimens; insertion of nasogastric tube; enteral feedings; airway suctioning; tracheostomy care; wound assessment and care, including application of dressings; as well as documentation of assessment findings, care provided and patient’s responses.

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HOC-023A: Beg. Medical-Surgical Nursing Theory (2.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.5)

Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 025A, HOC 025B, HOC 026A, HOC 026B, HOC 027, HOC 028, PSY 001 or PSY 001H, PSY 012. This course focuses on beginning level nursing care and interventions for patients with diseases or disorders of particular body systems. The nursing process is used as a critical thinking tool in understanding diagnostics, assessing manifestations experienced by the patient, identifying and implementing evidence-based nursing interventions, and evaluating outcomes. Students identify the roles of vocational nurses and psychiatric technicians in collaborating with other health team members and planning therapeutic management of patients with conditions affecting the musculoskeletal, neurological, neurosensory and reproductive systems. Includes six hours of related pharmacology content.

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HOC-023B: Beg. Cognitive Disabilities - Mental Health Theory (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 025A, HOC 025B, HOC 026A, HOC 026B, HOC 027, PSY 001 or PSY 001H, PSY 012. This beginning course is designed to present theoretical concepts of mental health disorders, legal and ethical principles, and approaches to assist the vocational nursing and psychiatric technician students to identify and understand therapeutic communication skills, psycho-pharmacological concepts and assessment skills in caring for persons with psychiatric disorders. Among these skills are objective and subjective observations and data collection through assessment of strengths and abnormalities in function and behavior across the lifespan. Includes two hours of related pharmacology content.

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HOC-023C: Beg. Cognitive Disabilities - - Developmental Disability Theory (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 024, HOC 025B, HOC 026B, HOC 027, PSY 012. This is a beginning course in which the causes of intellectual and development disorders are explored. Psychiatric Technician students learn to perform focused behavioral and functional assessments and plan behavioral modification interventions for enhancing quality of life within areas of interpersonal relations, social inclusion, physical well-being and personal development for clients with intelligence and developmental disorders. Includes two hours of related pharmacology content.

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HOC-024: Pharmacology A (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 025A, HOC 025B, HOC 026A, HOC 026B, HOC 027, PSY 001 or PSY 001H, PSY 012. This beginning course in pharmacology presents the vocational nursing and psychiatric technician student with the basic principles of pharmacology. The emphasis is on defining pharmacological agents, the use of reference books, and the nursing implications in pharmacological therapy. The course covers the uses of pharmacological agents, precautions for use, side effects, medication interactions, contraindications, and patient teaching for safe and proper pharmacological agent use for patients with disorders of the musculoskeletal, neurological, neurosensory, and reproductive systems.

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HOC-025A: Fundamentals Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 024, HOC 027, PSY 001 or PSY 001H. This course allows the beginning vocational nursing student the opportunity to integrate the concepts of the nursing process, clinical reasoning, nursing theory, and nursing skills in a laboratory setting which simulates the clinical experience. Focus is placed on developing competence in performing basic nursing procedures and skills through practice on manikins, return demonstration of skills and participation in simulated clinical scenarios aimed to meet the needs of the medical-surgical and geriatric patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, neurosensory, reproductive and mental health disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-025B: Fundamentals Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 026B, HOC 027. This course allows the beginning psychiatric technician student the opportunity to integrate the concepts of the nursing process, clinical reasoning, nursing theory, and nursing skills in a laboratory setting which simulates the clinical experience. Focus is placed on developing competence in performing basic nursing procedures and skills through practice on manikins, return demonstration of skills and participation in simulated clinical scenarios aimed to meet the needs of the medical-surgical and geriatric patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, neurosensory, reproductive and mental health disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-026A: Beg. Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 024, HOC 025A, HOC 027, PSY 001 or PSY 001H. This is a foundation course which provides the Vocational Nursing student clinical experiences during which they integrate standards of professional practice, theoretic principles of nursing, therapeutic communication, nursing process and basic nursing skills during supervised care to patients with acute or chronic medical-surgical concerns and mental illnesses. Students spend approximately seventeen hours each week in community agencies.

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HOC-026B: Beg. Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 002, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Corequisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A; HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 025B, HOC 027, PSY 012. This is a foundation course which provides the beginning psychiatric technician student clinical experiences during which they integrate research-based standards of professional practice, theoretic principles of nursing science, therapeutic communication, nursing process and basic nursing skills during supervised care to patients/clients with acute or chronic medical-surgical concerns, intellectual, developmental and mental health disabilities and disorders throughout the lifespan. Students spend approximately seventeen hours each week in community health care agencies.

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HOC-027: Nursing Process and Communication (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: AHL 001A, HOC 001, HOC 905, MAT 903 or High School Algebra I, or equivalent. Co-requisite: HOC 022, HOC 023A, HOC 023B, HOC 023C, HOC 024, HOC 025A, HOC 025B, HOC 026A, HOC 026B, PSY 001 or PSY 001H. This course is designed to provide the beginning health care practitioner with an introduction to the framework of nursing process and basic communication concepts. Both are essential to development of problem-solving and critical thinking abilities as well as the formation of trusting interpersonal relationships necessary to meet individualized needs of the client, family, and community. Vocational nursing and psychiatric technician students participate in activities designed to integrate therapeutic communication through each step of the nursing process that facilitates active engagement of the patient and family in health care management while supporting effective, collaborative teamwork among interdisciplinary healthcare members.

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HOC-028: Care of the Geriatric Patient (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to give the vocational nursing student an introduction to the care of the older adult client in both an institutional and a community setting. This course is a required course that must be completed prior to students beginning the Health Occupations VN career track second semester. Non-Health Occupations students may enroll in this course as well. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-032: Care of Obstetrical and Neonatal Patients (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 022; HOC 023A; HOC 023B; HOC 024; HOC 025A; HOC 026A; HOC 027; HOC 028; PSY 001; Corequisite: HOC 033A; HOC 033B; HOC 034; HOC 035A; HOC 036A; NTR 015 or NTR 040. This course is designed for the student to focus on intermediate concepts in caring for child-bearing families. Concepts include family communications, teaching, the nursing process, critical thinking, legal-ethical issues, and the advocacy role within the VN scope of practice. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-033A: Int. Medical/Surgical Nursing Theory (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course focuses on intermediate level nursing care and interventions for clients with diseases or disorders of the cardiac, vascular, respiratory, and urinary systems. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-033B: Int. Project-Based Medical/Surgical Reasoning (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

This course is designed to provide practice for the intermediate level vocational nursing student with principal problem-solving and critical reasoning through a variety of group activities and projects related to patients with cardiac, vascular, respiratory, and genitourinary disorders. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-033C: Int. Cognitive Disabilities - Mental Health Theory (2.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.5)

This intermediate continuation course is designed to integrate and apply previously learned concepts, present theoretical principles and current biological, psychosocial and socio-cultural concepts of abnormal and maladaptive behavior to psychiatric technician students. Students plan and evaluate therapeutic patient-centered goals and interventions used to establish the group process. Includes two hours of related pharmacology content.Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-033D: Int. Cognitive Disabilities - Devel. Disability Theory (2.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.5)

This intermediate continuation course is designed to present to the Psychiatric Technician student the opportunity to integrate healthcare concepts with the principles of behavioral modification to provide physical, intellectual and behavioral care for developmentally and intellectually disabled individuals. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-034: Pharmacology B (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This intermediate continuation pharmacology course focuses on safe administration and patient teaching principles for patients with disorders of the cardiac, vascular, respiratory and urinary systems. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-035A: Int. Nursing Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course integrates intermediate nursing skills, theoretical concepts and clinical competence in a controlled laboratory setting using case studies, group care planning, simulation scenarios and class discussions. Simulated scenarios reinforce planning and implementing interventions aimed to meet the needs of the medical-surgical and geriatric patients with respiratory, cardiac, vascular, and urinary disorders, and obstetrical and neonatal patients in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-035B: Int. Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course integrates intermediate psychiatric technician skills, theoretical concepts and clinical competence in a controlled laboratory setting using case studies, group care planning, simulation scenarios and class discussions. Simulated scenarios reinforce planning and implementing interventions aimed to meet the needs of patients with respiratory, cardiac, vascular, urinary, mental health disorders and developmental disabilities in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-036A: Int. Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This is a clinical experience course in which intermediate vocational nursing students apply theoretical concepts, basic nursing skills, the nursing process and therapeutic communication to delivery of safe, quality healthcare to medical-surgical, obstetrical and newborn patients in a variety of community healthcare settings under direct supervision of the instructor.

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HOC-036B: Int. Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This is a continuation clinical experiential course in which intermediate psychiatric technician students apply theoretical concepts, basic nursing skills, the nursing process and therapeutic communication to delivery of safe, quality healthcare to patients with medical-surgical, mental health and developmental disability disorders under direct supervision of the instructor.

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HOC-042: Care of the Pediatric Patient (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course is designed for the nursing student to focus on advanced concepts in caring for children from infancy through adolescence and their families/care givers. Concepts include communication skills, client teaching, the nursing process, critical thinking,legal-ethical issues, the advocacy role within the VN scope of practice. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-043A: Adv. Medical/Surgical Theory (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course focuses on advanced level nursing care and interventions for clients with diseases or disorders of particular body systems. The nursing process is used as a critical thinking tool in understanding diagnostics, assessing manifestations experienced by the patient, identifying and implementing evidence-based nursing interventions, and evaluating outcomes. Students identify the roles of vocational nurses and psychiatric technicians in collaborating with other health team members and planning therapeutic management of patients with conditions affecting the gastrointestinal, integumentary, endocrine, and hematological systems. Includes six hours of related pharmacology content. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-043B: Advanced Project-Based Medical Surgical Reasoning (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

This course is designed to provide practice for the advanced level vocational nursing student with principal problem-solving and critical reasoning through a variety of group activities and projects related to patients with gastrointestinal, integumentary, endocrine, and hematological disorders. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-043C: Adv. Cognitive Disabilities - Mental Health Theory (2.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.5)

This is an advanced continuation course designed for psychiatric technician students to focus on previously learned mental health concepts and skills which constitute critical thinking as utilized in clinical practice. Students develop, analyze and evaluate principles of mental health, therapeutic, patient-centered, comprehensive plans of care for vulnerable and diverse populations in community and acute care settings. Includes two hours of related pharmacology content. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-043D: Adv Cognitive Disab - Developmental Disab. Theory (2.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.5)

This is an advanced course which focuses on integration of previous learning and skills which constitute critical thinking. It is designed to provide the psychiatric technician student with an understanding of the principles needed for the provision of comprehensive care for quality of life enhancement with a focus on self-determination, emotional well-being, social inclusion, rights, personal development, and physical well-being for mental healthcare and health promotion for the developmentally and intellectually disabled client. Students integrate their nursing knowledge with the principles of behavioral therapy and group communication process to plan care to a unique population of individuals with a multitude of physical and intellectual challenges. Includes two hours of related pharmacology content. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-044: Pharmacology C (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This is a continuation course in pharmacology designed to assist the psychiatric technician and vocational nursing student with the principles of pharmacology. Emphasis is on defining pharmacological agents, classes, precautions for use, side effects, medication interactions, contraindications, and patient teaching for safe and proper pharmacological agents used for patients with disorders of the endocrine, hematologic, integumentary, and gastrointestinal systems and for pediatric clients. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-045A: Advanced Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Co-requisite: HOC 042, HOC 043A, HOC 043B, HOC 044, HOC 047, PSY 012 This course allows the advanced vocational nursing student the opportunity to integrate the concepts of the nursing process, clinical reasoning, nursing theory, and nursing skills in a laboratory setting which simulates the clinical experience. Focus is placed on developing competence in performing basic nursing procedures and skills through practice on manikins, return demonstration of skills and participation in simulated clinical scenarios aimed to meet the needs of the medical-surgical and geriatric patients with gastrointestinal, integumentary, endocrine, and hematological disorders and pediatric patients and their families in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-045B: Advanced Skills/Simulation Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course integrates advanced psychiatric technician skills, theoretical concepts and clinical competence in a controlled laboratory setting using case studies, group care planning, simulation scenarios and class discussions. Simulated scenarios reinforce planning and implementing interventions aimed to meet the needs of patients with gastrointestinal, integumentary, endocrine, and hematological, mental health and developmental disability disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings.

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HOC-046A: Advanced Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This is a clinical experience course in which advanced vocational nursing students apply theoretical concepts, basic nursing skills, the nursing process and therapeutic communication to delivery of safe, quality healthcare to medical-surgical and pediatric patients in a variety of community healthcare settings under direct supervision of the instructor. Pass/No Pass Only.

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HOC-046B: Advanced Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This is a continuation clinical experiential course in which advanced psychiatric technician students apply theoretical concepts, basic nursing skills, the nursing process and therapeutic communication to delivery of safe, quality healthcare to patients with medical-surgical, mental health and developmental disability disorders under direct supervision of the instructor.

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HOC-047: Leadership and Professional Practice (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

This course prepares the advanced vocational nursing and psychiatric students for application for licensure examination, the transition to entry level practice, and the development of leadership skills for advancement in their chosen career tracks. Grade Only. (CSU)

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HOC-050: Role Transition LVN to RN (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This course is designed to prepare the licensed vocational nurse for entry into an associate degree nursing (ADN) program. The course includes topics such as nursing process, role change, research skills, teaching-learning principles, and development of the teaching role. The course content focuses on competencies expected of the graduate ADN such as critical thinking skills, review of medical-surgical nursing, pharmacology, and medication calculations) to prepare the student for success in an ADN program. Students must achieve 75% overall in order to pass the course.

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HOC-050A: Role Transition Clinical (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Co-Requisite: HOC 050 This course involves directed clinical experiences in a simulated acute hospital and simulated community healthcare agencies that provide services for perioperative and medical/surgical clients. Through the use of the nursing process, the student provides care, teaching, support and rehabilitation to perioperative and medical/surgical clients. Emphasis is on the role of the registered nurse caring for clients with acute and chronic problems. Students must achieve 75% overall in order to pass the course.

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HOC-051: Community Mental Health Nursing (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A, Co-Requisite: HOC 052, HOC 053, HOC 054 This course is designed to present mental health principles to assist the RN nursing student in developing an increased understanding of human behavior in the areas of anxiety disorders, psychiatric disorders, chemical dependency, personality disorders, domestic violence and sexual assault issues. .Instruction regarding the application of therapeutic communication skills, psychopharmacological concepts and mental status assessment skills is also emphasized with the discussion of the above issues. This course is designed to provide theoretical and clinical approaches in providing nursing care to individuals of varying ages, with complex health care needs in the community setting. Students must achieve 75% overall in order to pass the course.

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HOC-052: Intermediate Medical-Surgical Nursing Theory (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A Co-Requisite: HOC 051, HOC 053, HOC 054 This course provides the student with the opportunity to synthesize and correlate nursing knowledge and skills necessary in the provision of care to multiple patients who have complex, multi-system illnesses. The focus is for the students to learn to identify and anticipate patient needs and priorities, and evaluate outcomes of care. The nursing care of adult and geriatric clients with acute and chronic illnesses is addressed, in addition to integrating and practicing associated psycho-motor skills. Students must earn 75% or better overall in course assignments to earn a passing grade in this course.

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HOC-053: Introduction to Clinical Judgement (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A Co-Requisite: HOC 051, HOC 052, HOC 054 This course allows the registered nursing student to integrate the concepts of critical thinking, critical reasoning, nursing theory, and nursing skills in a laboratory setting which simulates the clinical experience. This course integrates nursing theory and clinical learning experiences through the use of case studies, clinical narratives, participation in clinical simulation scenarios with computerized manikins, and class discussion. This simulated clinical experience enhances the student’s nursing theory course classroom learning. The emphasis is on the role of the registered nurse caring for acute medical-surgical and geriatric patients with acute and chronic problems in the nursing simulation lab. Emphasis is on developing competence in critical thinking and in leadership skills.

HOC-054: Intermediate Clinical Practicum (4.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050 Students must pass with 75% or better. Prerequisite: HOC 050A Corequisite: HOC 051 Students must pass with 75% or better. Corequisite: HOC 052 Students must pass with 75% or better. Corequisite: HOC 053 Students must pass with 75% or better. This course provides the nursing student with directed clinical experiences in acute care hospitals and a variety of community healthcare agencies for adult and geriatric patients/clients who have acute or chronic medical-surgical and mental health/psychiatric illnesses.

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HOC-060: Advanced Maternal-Child Nursing (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A, HOC 051, HOC 052, HOC 053, HOC 054 Co-Requisite: HOC 061, HOC 062, HOC 064 This course focuses on the nursing process as it relates to the child-bearing and child-rearing family. The nurse's roles of provider, manager of care, and member of the profession are explored in meeting the needs of patients in labor and delivery, mother-baby, and pediatrics. This course focuses on assessing, developing, implementing and evaluating a plan of care that respects the individual's cultural and ethnic child-bearing and child-rearing beliefs that have an impact on the hospitalized child and family. Simulated practice of nursing skills in a nursing simulation laboratory is required.

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HOC-061: Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing Theory (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A, HOC 051, HOC 052, HOC 053, HOC 054 Co-Requisite: HOC 060, HOC 062, HOC 064 This course focuses on advanced application of the nursing process in the care of critically ill adult and geriatric patients. The students have an opportunity to integrate and apply previously learned skills and knowledge from all areas of nursing practice. Content includes leadership theory and application, delegation, priorities, and time management.

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HOC-062: Leadership and Ethics (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A, HOC 051, HOC 052, HOC 053, HOC 054 Co-Requisite: HOC 060, HOC 061, HOC 064 This course introduces principles of leadership and supervision as they apply to the registered nurse. The focus is on the role of the registered nurse as a member of the health care team and supervisor of vocational nurses and unlicensed health care team caregivers. Students address basic ethical concepts, principles, justification, and reasoning and apply them to ethical issues and cases involving professionalism, confidentiality, veracity, paternalism, and informed consent in the context of nursing situations.

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HOC-064: Advanced Clinical Practicum (5.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: HOC 050, HOC 050A, HOC 051, HOC 052, HOC 053, HOC 054 Co-Requisite: HOC 060, HOC 061, HOC 062 This course provides the nursing student with directed clinical experiences for maternal-child and pediatric patient/clients as well as adult and geriatric patients/clients in acute care hospitals and a variety of community healthcare agencies. The nursing student provides comprehensive, holistic patient/client care and teaching to assist the individuals who have acute or chronic illness in the medical-surgical setting as well as provide maternal-child nursing care for patients in labor and delivery, mother-baby, and pediatrics settings to meet their health needs while incorporating the standards of professional practice and the Neuman Systems Model.

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HOC-905: Math for Health Occupations (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: MAT 903 or High School Algebra, or equivalent. This course is an introduction to math calculations for health occupations students. It provides the learner with the opportunity to explore the math functions within the health field. Students become competent with performing accurate calculations for the delivery of medications.

HUM - Humanitites

HUM-001A: Human Values in and From the Arts (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an integrated, interdisciplinary survey of the art, music, literature, history, religion, and philosophy of the Western world from ancient Greek and Roman times through the Medieval period. The class consists of illustrated lectures and discussions. A field trip to a museum, theater performance or concert is required.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HUM-001B: Human Values in and From the Arts (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an integrated, interdisciplinary survey of the art, music, literature, history, religion and philosophy of the Western world from Renaissance to modern times. The course consists of illustrated lectures and discussions. A field trip to a museum, theater performance, or concert is required.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HUM-007: International Films (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides a critical look at the world and its problems through some of the finest international films. Films from Asia, Africa, Europe, South America and the United States will be viewed and analyzed to explore such topics as nationalism, sovereignty, war and peace, ethnic conflict, economics and immigration.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HUM-015: Introduction to Film Analysis (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Critical analysis of film as a literary art form.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HUM-016A: Hispanic Roots and Culture (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course undertakes a study of Hispanic culture beginning with the native American and Spanish civilizations and continuing to the present. Pass/No Pass Option.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HUM-018: African-American Culture and Humanities (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

An overview of the humanities through the culture and life experiences of African-Americans. Pass/No Pass Option.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HUM-018H: African-American Culture and Humanities - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This honors course provides an overview of the humanities through the culture and life experiences of African-Americans.Students may not receive credit for both HUM 018 and HUM 018H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 4 - IGETC Social & Behavioral Sci, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci, UC - University of California

HUM-020: Asian Roots and Culture (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides an introduction to the lands, people, languages and culture of Asia beginning with the earliest times and continuing to the present. Pass/No Pass Option.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HUM-022: Introduction to Islam (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides an introduction to Islam as a religious system focusing on its origins, basic sources, history, culture and values.Pass/No Pass Option.

3B - IGETC Humanities, AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

HUM-024: The Asian-American Experience (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 054. The Asian-American Experience is a multi-disciplinary course that introduces students to the historical and contemporary experiences of different groups of Asian-Americans. Pass/No Pass Option.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, AD1 - AA-AS Social & Behavioral Sci, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, D - CSU Social & Behavior Sci

HUM-030: Cultural Studies (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Through foreign travel, this course exposes students to the culture and daily life of people in different countries around the world. Students attend mandatory meetings on campus before trip departure.

AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

INF - Institutional Foods

INF-050: Sanitation and Safety (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

This class uses the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation's ServSafe® materials to certify students as food service safety managers. This course includes personal hygiene, types of hazards in food service, prevention and control of pathogens and other contaminants in food. Proper storage and cleaning and sanitizing are also covered. Systems for tracking food safety including HACCP and responding to outbreaks and inspections are taught. Students completing the final exam with 75% correct will be certified food safety managers in all 50 states for 5 years. C-ID # HOSP 110.

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INS - Instructional Support

INS-010: Peer Tutor and Mentor Training (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

This course provides students with effective learning strategies and academic assistance techniques for peer tutoring and mentoring in a community college setting.

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INS-015: Advanced Training for Peer Tutors and Mentors (1.5 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Advisory: INS 010 This is an advanced peer tutor and mentor training course. Topics include the roles and responsibilities of tutors and mentors, as well as specific strategies to help students reach their academic and personal goals.

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INS-947: Supervised Tutoring (NONCREDIT) (Min Credits: 0.0)

Corequisite: Enrollment in the course or courses (other than INS 947) at Mission College for which tutoring is sought. This 0 unit open entry/open exit course provides learning assistance in the form of tutoring. Students will be assigned to tutoring by an instructor or counselor based on an identified learning need. For more information, contact the Academic Support Center in room SEC-154.

INS-949: College Study Skills (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: ENG 905, REA 960. This course is designed to help students analyze their study skills needs and to help students learn and apply needed study skills techniques. Techniques and strategies to be explored may include time management, preparation for examinations, textbook study strategies, and using campus support systems effectively. Science, Math and Statistics disciplines require the interpretation of technical texts and the ability to clearly communicate these complex concepts to others verbally and in writing. In this course, there is a strong focus on helping Science and Math students to read academic texts for greater understanding. The emphasis is on metacognition and mastering and applying the skills needed in order to facilitate successful studying and independent learning.

INS-950: Academic Achievement (Min Credits: 0.0)

Corequisite:Students must be enrolled in a Mission College or Community Education course. This open entry/open exit course is intended for students who need help with academic skills related to other courses they are taking at Mission College. Topics may include learning strategies, writing, reading, oral/aural skills, computational and logic skills for science and engineering, and/or study skills. Pass/No Pass Option.

INS-960: Academic Strategies (Min Credits: 0.5)

This open entry/open exit course consists of individualized instruction. Students work regularly with an instructor to identify and practice a variety of academic skills. Students receive individualized assessment and a personalized curriculum to further skill-building in the following areas: learning strategies, writing, reading, oral/aural skills, computational and logic skills for science and engineering, and/or study skills. Students hold regular meetings with the instructor as well as complete lab hours in the learning assistance center. Pass/No Pass Option.

JPN - Japanese

JPN-001: First Semester Japanese (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

The student will learn the fundamentals of Japanese grammar, pronunciation, and two written syllabary systems, Hiragana and Katakana, and be able to converse on a limited scale on topics of everyday importance. The student will able to understand spoken and written (primarily Romanized) Japanese within the limits of the grammatical structures and vocabulary introduced in the course.

6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

JPN-002: Second Semester Japanese (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: JPN 001 or proof of transcript reflecting 2 years of High School Japanese or equivalent. Japanese 002 is a continuation of Japanese 001. Students acquire the basic skills for communication in Japanese: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are exposed to a general overview of Japanese civilization and culture.

3B - IGETC Humanities, 6A - IGETC Languages (LOTE), AC - AA-AS Arts & Humanities, C2 - CSU Humanities, CSU - California State University, UC - University of California

JPN-003A: Intermediate Japanese 1 (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: JPNS 002, or equivalent (2 years of high school Japanese) with "C" or better. Japanese 003A is the first in the series of four, 3-credit, second-year Japanese language course. It is designed for the student who has successfully completed a full one-year college Japanese language course or its equivalence. Focus is on intermediate level skills, new vocabulary, Kanji, idioms, and cultural topics. Pass/No Pass Option.

JPN-003B: Intermediate Japanese 1 (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: JPNS 003A or equivalent (3 years of high school Japanese) with "C" or better. Japanese 003B is the second in the series of four, 3-credit, second-year Japanese language course. It is designed for the student who has successfully completed the Japanese 003A course or its equivalence. Focus is on intermediate level skills, new vocabulary, Kanji, idioms, and cultural topics. Pass/No Pass Option.

JPN-011A: Japanese Laboratory (Min Credits: 0.5)

This is an individualized, self-paced laboratory course offered by arrangement at the student's convenience, which aims to present the culture of Japan through a variety of media. The student will review the customs and culture of Japan through slides, audio and video tapes, and selected reading materials. Pass/No Pass Option.

JPN-099W: 2nd Year Japanese Language (Min Credits: 3.0)

Intermediate Japanese is designed for the Japanese Language student who has successfully completed a one-year course mastering basic Japanese reading, writing, and speaking skills. The student will continue to develop intermediate-level language skills by learning new vocabulary, Kanji (Chinese pictographs), sentence structures, idioms, and cultural factors affecting oral and written communication. Credit/No Credit Option.

KIN - Kinesiology

KIN-001A: Adapted Weight Training (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed for students with verifiable disabilities. A personalized exercise plan (PEP) is developed to meet each student’s needs. Focus is on increasing overall muscular strength and endurance based on each individual's ability.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-001C: Adapted Aerobics (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to introduce skills needed for daily cardiovascular activity for students with verifiable disabilities through the use of aerobic exercise. Exercises performed develop the cardiovascular system and enable students to function more efficiently and effectively within their own abilities. Appropriate low and mid impact aerobics are developed collaboratively with the instructor to meet each student's needs.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-014A: Volleyball - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental skills of volleyball. Players learn to serve, pass, set and employ the basic strategies of the game.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-014B: Volleyball - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 014A This course is designed to review the fundamental skills of volleyball and add hitting, blocking and tipping to the players' repertoire. Players work on improving the depth and accuracy of their shots while employing the strategies of the game.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-014C: Volleyball - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 014B This course is designed to enhance the fundamental skills of volleyball and add jump-serving hitting, swing-blocking, setting, and tipping to the players' repertoire. Players work on improving the depth and accuracy of their skills while employing specific strategies of the game.

B - AA-AS Natural Sciences - DNU, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-014D: Volleyball - Advanced (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 014C This course is designed to enhance the fundamental skills of volleyball and add jump-serving hitting, swing-blocking, jump-setting and tipping techniques to the players' repertoire. Players work on fine tuning the depth and accuracy of their skills while employing specific, advanced strategies of the game.

CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

KIN-015A: Basketball - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic skills and techniques of basketball.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-015B: Basketball - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 015A This course is designed to teach the basic skills and of basketball. Drills are utilized to increase playing ability while scrimmages are used to develop the concept of team play.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-015C: Basketball - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 015B This course is designed to teach the intermediate skills of basketball. Drills are utilized to increase playing ability while scrimmages are used to develop the concept of team play.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-015D: Basketball - Advanced (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 015C This course is designed to teach the advanced skills of basketball. Drills are utilized to increase playing ability while scrimmages are used to develop the concept of team play.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-019A: Soccer - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to introduce the basic rules, skills, techniques and history of soccer. Drills are included to introduce the student to shooting, passing, trapping, and dribbling. Scrimmages are utilized to develop team play concepts.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-019B: Soccer - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 019A This course is designed to review the basic rules, skills, and techniques of soccer, as well as develop players' execution of the fundamental strategies of the game. Drills are included to enhance shooting, passing, heading and dribbling. Scrimmages are utilized to develop team play concepts.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-020A: Badminton- Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course introduces the student to the fundamentals and strategies of the game of badminton. The main emphasis of this course is on basic skills, drills and the rules of badminton.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-020B: Badminton: Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 020A This course continues the development of the fundamental skills and strategies of the game of badminton. The main emphasis of this course is to refine the technique and improve the proficiency of the basic skills of the game.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-020C: Badminton - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 020B This course introduces the student to the intermediate skills and strategies of the game of badminton. The main emphasis of this course is on drills, finesse shots, shot placement, court position, and singles and doubles strategy.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-020D: Badminton - Advanced (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 020C This course introduces the student to the advanced skills and strategies of the game of badminton. The main emphasis of this course is on drills, finesse shots, shot placement, court position, and singles and doubles strategy.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021A: Tennis - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of tennis to students. Mastery of these skills enables students to progress to the next level of tennis.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021B: Tennis - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 021A This course is designed to improve the basic fundamentals of tennis. Repetition of these skills will enable the student to improve and progress to the next level. Singles and doubles strategies will become more evident as the player becomes more consistent.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021C: Tennis - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 021B This course is designed to develop skill and knowledge of the game of tennis at an intermediate level. Students will develop the use of spin and shot placement. Singles and doubles play are encouraged.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021D: Tennis - Advanced (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 021C This course provides the student with the opportunity for further mastery of specific tennis skills and strategies at an advanced level.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021E: Tennis - Tournament (2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory: KIN 021D This course is designed for the student who has played or desires to play tournament tennis. Advanced skills and strategy are reviewed and practiced to increase mastery for tournament play.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-021F: Tennis - Doubles Strategies and Play (0.5 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.5)

Advisory: KIN 021C. Students are instructed in the basic skills of doubles for the sport of tennis. Rules of play, strategies, and skill development for doubles are emphasized.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-023A: Archery: Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to introduce students to the sport of archery. Students learn about safety guidelines, choosing proper equipment, target shooting, scoring, etiquette, and the rules of archery.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-023B: Archery: Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 023A This course is designed to refine the shooting skills of the beginning archery student. Emphasis is placed on shooting technique, form, and concentration. Safety guidelines, etiquette, and rules of archery are reviewed.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-023C: Archery - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to improve the shooting technique, targeting systems, and knowledge of the intermediate Archery student. Archery requires repetition and feedback to refine and master these skills. Intermediate students will continue to develop their archery skills by shooting longer distances and using various targeting strategies.

CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-030A: Pilates Matwork - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is an introduction to Joseph Pilates' Physicalmind Conditioning Method. The matwork provides the ideal physical fitness for the attainment and maintenance of a uniformly developed body and sound mind. The study of Pilates improves flexibility, strength and breathing techniques.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-030B: Pilates Matwork - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 030A This course is the study and practice of Joseph Pilates’ Physicalmind Conditioning Method at a beginning level. Through the study of matwork, the student improves physical well-being including flexibility, strength and breathing techniques.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-030C: Pilates Matwork - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 030B This course is the study and practice of Joseph Pilates’ Physical mind Conditioning Method at an intermediate level. Through the study of matwork, the student improves physical well-being including flexibility, strength and breathing techniques.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-030D: Pilates Matwork - Advanced (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 030C This course is the study and practice of Joseph Pilates’ Physical mind Conditioning Method at an advanced level. Prior Pilates practice is strongly recommended.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-031A: Step Aerobics - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to utilize the step as a means for improving cardiovascular fitness. A thorough warm-up and cool-down is included in each class. Knowledge of proper step technique as well as an understanding of ways to improve all aspects of fitness is also covered in this course.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-031B: Step Aerobics - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to build upon the skills learned in KIN 031A. Proper step technique, body alignment and basic choreography are taught.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-032A: Cardio and Core Fitness - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed for students to satisfy the needs for cardiovascular activity including developing and maintaining cardiovascular fitness through the use of continuous aerobic movements. Students will engage in a comprehensive fitness program which includes aerobic activity, core strengthening exercises that help develop agility, improve coordination, and increase core and overall body strength.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-032B: Cardio and Core Fitness - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 032A This is a beginning level course is designed for students to satisfy the needs for cardiovascular activity including maintaining and improving cardiovascular fitness through the use of continuous aerobic movements. Students will engage in a comprehensive fitness program which includes aerobic activity, core strengthening exercises that help develop agility, improve coordination, and increase core and overall body strength.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-032C: Cardio and Core Fitness - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 032B This is an intermediate level course is designed for students to satisfy the needs for cardiovascular activity including developing and maintaining cardiovascular fitness through the use of continuous aerobic movements. Students will engage in a comprehensive fitness program which includes aerobic activity, core strengthening exercises that help develop agility, improve coordination, and increase core and overall body strength.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-033A: Kickboxing Fitness- Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course introduces the student to kickboxing for aerobic fitness. Basic punches, kicks, and stances are taught. Techniques are taken from karate, tai chi and boxing as ways to improve cardiovascular fitness.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-033B: Kickboxing Fitness - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: KIN 033A Students build upon the kickboxing movements learned in KIN 033A, with an emphasis on proper body alignment and a more advanced level of cardiovascular fitness. Techniques are from karate, tai chi and boxing as ways to improve overall fitness.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-033C: Kickboxing Fitness-Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course advances students’ kickboxing skills for aerobic fitness. Basic punches, kicks and stances are taught. Techniques are taken from karate, tai chi and boxing as ways to improve cardiovascular fitness.

B - AA-AS Natural Sciences - DNU, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-035A: Weight Training - Introduction (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to enhance the development of muscular fitness and overall body tone. Information is presented to increase student understanding of various aspects of weight training from safety through proper lifting techniques.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-035B: Weight Training - Beginning (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed to enhance the development of muscular fitness. Information is presented to increase the student's understanding of various aspects of weight training from safety through proper lifting techniques.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California

KIN-035C: Weight Training - Intermediate (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is designed for students at the intermediate level. Topics include advance training techniques such as pyramids and super sets.

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, CSU - California State University, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev, UC - University of California