Manual 13277003

Manual 13277003
Palomar College 2009-2010 Catalog
Apprenticeship Training-Arabic AP SC 102 Electrical Theory and Practices DC
(4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 101
Note: May be taken 2 times
Study of floor and plot plans, basic blueprint reading and circuit drawing, theory
of magnetism, DC and AC generators, motors and transformers, on-the-job safety,
first aid, electrical code, telephony and data communications.
AP SC 103 Electrical Theory and Practices AC
(4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 102
Note: May be taken 2 times
Study of apprenticeship, electrical inductance, capacitance and reactance, including
grounded conductors, branch circuits, transformer principles, RCL circuits and filters.
AP SC 104 Semiconductor Electronics
(4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 103
Note: May be taken 2 times
Study of solid-state electronic theory and components, diodes, transistors, SCR,
triacs, diacs, IC amplifiers and op-amps.
AP SC 105 Introduction to Digital Electronics and Signaling Devices
(4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Work Experience (AP WE)
AP WE 110 Sheet Metal Work Experience (4)
12 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to a designated Joint Apprenticeship and
Training Committee
Note: Pass/No Pass grading only; may be taken 4 times
Supervised on‑the‑job training in the Sheet Metal Trade.
AP WE 111
Carpentry Work Experience
(4)
12 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to a designated Joint Apprenticeship and
Training Committee
Note: May be taken 4 times; Pass/No Pass grading only
Supervised on-the-job training in the Carpentry trade.
AP WE 112
Drywall/Acoustical Work Experience
(4)
12 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to a designated Joint Apprenticeship and
Training Committee
Note: May be taken 4 times; Pass/No Pass grading only
Supervised on-the-job training in the Interior Systems Trade.
AP WE 113Electrician Work Experience
(4)
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 104
Note: May be taken 2 times
Introduction to digital electronic technology and electronic equipment. Instruction includes basic digital systems, binary and decimal numbering systems, decision-making logic circuits, Boolean Algebra, flip-flops, counters, shift registers,
encoders, decoders, ROMs, DC to AC converters and organization of these component blocks to accomplish manipulation of data.
12 hours laboratory
AP SC 106 3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to a designated Joint Apprenticeship and
Training Committee
Note: May be taken 4 times; Pass/No Pass grading only
Supervised on-the-job training in the Interior Systems Trade.
AP SC 107
Contact the World Languages Department for further information.
(760) 744-1150, ext. 2390
Office: F-5
Management/Alarms/Codes/Circuits
(4)
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 105
Note: May be taken 2 times
Introduction to management, installation of security and fire alarm systems, the
National Electrical Code as it relates to alarm installation and circuits as applied
to alarm systems.
Life Safety and Security System Applications
(4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 106
Note: May be taken 2 times
Continuation of digital theory studies. Instruction expands coverage
of Life Safety Systems, and introduces the theory and application of Nurse Call
Systems and Security Systems with an emphasis on closed circuit television
(CCTV) installations.
AP SC 108
Specialized Systems and Supervision Techniques (4)
3 hours lecture-3 hours laboratory
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AP SC 107
Note: May be taken 2 times
Study of specialized building systems including cable television systems (CATV),
master antenna systems (MATV), and building automation systems. Training will
cover aspects of job administration including personal computer use, job estimating, customer relations, and building system startup procedures.
AP SC 197 Sound and Communication Systems
Installer Topics
(.5-4)
Units awarded in topics courses are dependent upon the number of hours required of the student. Any combination of lecture, laboratory, or lecture/laboratory may be scheduled by the department. Refer to Class Schedule.
Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to the Riverside, San Bernardino, Mono, and
Inyo Counties Sound and Communications Joint Apprenticeship Committee or
the San Diego Sound & Communications Joint Apprenticeship Committee.
Note: May be taken 4 times
Topics in Sound and Communication Systems Installer. See Class Schedule for
specific topic covered. Course title will designate subject covered.
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Prerequisite: Indentured apprentice to a designated Joint Apprenticeship and
Training Committee
Note: May be taken 4 times; Pass/No Pass grading only
Supervised on-the-job training in the Electrician trade.
AP WE 114
Plasterer Work Experience
(4)
12 hours laboratory
Arabic (ARAB)
COURSE OFFERINGS
ARAB 101A
Arabic IA
(3)
3 hours lecture
Note: Covers the first half of first semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 101A and 101B are equivalent to the first semester of an elementary level
course in Arabic. This elementary level course is a study of the Arabic language
and Arabic-speaking cultures, with emphasis on the development of communicative skills and basic structures. This beginning-level course is for students with no
previous coursework in Arabic.
ARAB 101B
Arabic IB
(3)
3 hours lecture
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 101A or one year of high school
Arabic
Note: Covers the second half of first semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 101A and 101B are equivalent to the first semester of an elementary level
course in Arabic. ARAB 101B is a continuation of ARAB 101A. This elementary
level course is a study of the Arabic language and Arabic-speaking cultures, with
emphasis on the development of communicative skills and basic structures.
ARAB 102A
Arabic IIA
(3)
3 hours lecture
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 101B or two years of high school
Arabic
Students must receive a grade of ‘C’ or better in each course that applies to an A.A. Degree Major or Certificate
Palomar College 2009-2010 Catalog Arabic- Art
Note: Covers the first half of second semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 102A and 102B are equivalent to the second semester of an elementary
level course in Arabic. This elementary level course is a study of the Arabic language and Arabic-speaking cultures, with emphasis on the development of communicative skills and basic structures.
ARAB 102B
Arabic IIB
(3)
3 hours lecture
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 102A or two years of high school
Arabic
Note: Covers the second half of second semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 102A and 102B are equivalent to the second semester of an elementary
course in Arabic. Arabic 102B is a continuation of Arabic 102A. This elementary
level course is a study of the Arabic language and Arabic-speaking cultures, with
emphasis on the development of communicative skills and basic structures.
ARAB 201A
Arabic IIIA
(3)
3 hours lecture
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 102B or three years of high
school Arabic
Note: Covers the first half of third semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 201A and 201B are equivalent to the third semester of an intermediate
course in Arabic. This intermediate level course is a study of the Arabic language
and Arabic-speaking cultures, focusing on intermediate level structures and readings of culturally relevant authentic materials. Emphasis is on developing oral,
listening, reading and writing skills in order to acquire proficiency in Arabic. Class
is largely conducted in Arabic.
ARAB 201B
Arabic IIIB
(3)
3 hours lecture
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 201A
Note: Covers the second half of third semester Arabic.
Transfer acceptability: CSU; UC
Arabic 201A and 201B are equivalent to the third semester of an intermediate level course in Arabic. ARAB 201B is a continuation of ARAB 201A. This
intermediate level course is a study of the Arabic language and Arabic-speaking
cultures, focusing on intermediate level structures and readings of culturally relevant authentic materials. Emphasis is on developing oral, listening, reading and
writing skills in order to acquire proficiency in Arabic. Class is largely conducted
in Arabic.
Art (ART)
Contact the Art Department for further information.
(760) 744-1150, ext. 2302
Office: D-14
Associate in Arts Degrees -
AA Degree requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Graphic Design
• Illustration
• Interactive Media Design - Emphasis in 3D Modeling and Animation
• Interactive Media Design - Emphasis in Multimedia Design
• Pictorial Arts - Emphasis in Painting
• Pictorial Arts - Emphasis in Printmaking
• Three-Dimensional Arts - Emphasis in Ceramics
• Three-Dimensional Arts - Emphasis in Crafts
• Three-Dimensional Arts - Emphasis in Glass
• Three-Dimensional Arts - Emphasis in Jewelry and Metalsmithing
• Three-Dimensional Arts - Emphasis in Sculpture
Certificates of Achievement -
Certificate of Achievement requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Interactive Media Design - Emphasis in 3D Modeling and Animation
• Interactive Media Design - Emphasis in Multimedia Design
Certificates of Proficiency -
Certificate of Proficiency requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages).
• Digital Animation, Compositing, and Music
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Digital Animation, Compositing, and Music
This program is directed at the digital design and implementation of 3D animations, graphic compositing and music.
Certificate of Proficiency
Program Requirements
(5 courses minimum required, 15 units total)
ARTI 246
ARTI 247
GCMW 204
GCMW 206 MUS 180
MUS 184
Digital 3D Design and Modeling
Digital 3D Design and Animation
Motion Graphics for Multimedia Motion Graphics Production and Compositing
Computer Music I
Electronic Ensemble
TOTAL UNITS
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
15
Digital Animation, Compositing, and Music Certificate of Proficiency is also listed
in Graphic Communications - Multimedia and Web, and in Music.
Graphic Design
Prepares students in basic skills necessary to prepare a portfolio for application
to graphic Design, environmental Design, and packaging Design programs at 4
year schools. In addition, develops creative Design ability and conceptual skills in
the printed media, motion graphics, and web Design.
A.A. Degree Major
Program Requirements
ART 104
Design and Composition
ART 166
History of Art II
ART 200
Color/Light and Theory
ARTD 100
Graphic Design I
ARTD 150
Digital Concepts and Techniques in Art
ARTD 200 Graphic Design II- Lettering and Layout
ARTD 210 Typography Design ARTD 220 Motion Design
ARTD 250
New Media Studio
ARTI 100
Introduction to Illustration
ARTI 246
Digital 3D Design and Modeling
ARTI 247
Digital 3D Design and Animation
BUS 150
Advertising
PHOT 100
Elementary Photography
Final Art Portfolio Review
Electives (Select 6‑7 units)
ART 120
Life Drawing and Composition I
ART 296
Special Projects
ARTI 220
Illustration II Digital Techniques
R GCIP/
GCIP 140 Digital Imaging/Photoshop I
R GCIP/
GCIP 152 Desktop Publishing/Illustrator I
RTV 275
Avid Editing for Television and Film
BMGT 105
Small Business Management
MUS 180
Computer Music I MUS 181 or Computer Music II
MUS 184
Electronic Ensemble
CE 100
Cooperative Education
TOTAL UNITS
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3.5
0
3
1,2,3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1,2,3,4
48.5 - 49.5
Graphic Design A.A. Degree Major is also listed in Art - Design.
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