C A T A L O G A Tradition of Excellence

C A T A L O G A Tradition of Excellence
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Chaffey
College
A Tradition of Excellence
Providing Quality Education Since 1883
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
And the members
2005-2006
Chaffey
CATALOG
PRODUCTION
Deborah
STAFF CONTENT
Reed
College
of the 2004-2005
Curriculum
Committee
Ardon Alger, Sharon Algozer, Tim Arner, Sid Burks,
Vera Dunwoody, Tim Greene, Sherrie Guerrero,
Catalog and Schedule Coordinator
Tracy Hegeman, Sue Herman, Linda Howdyshell,
Erik Jacobson, Jeff Moser, Charmaine Phipps-
Hope Ell
Instructional Programs and Services
Administrative Assistant
Smith, Gloria Romero, Mary Jane Ross, Chris Willis
Maggie Van Riper
Articulation Officer
Cherie Ventola
Graphic Artist
INTERIOR
LAYOUT,
Craig Justice
Dean, Instructional Programs and Services
CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT
Shirley Emilio
Administrative Assistant
Donna Walker
Administrative Assistant
Loft Moore
Curriculum Office
Peggy Cartwright
Marketing Director
Chaffey College has made every effort to assure the
accuracy of the information in this catalog. Students
and others who use this catalog should be aware that
policies, rules, procedures, and regulations change
and that these changes may alter the information
contained in this publication. The college reserves
the right to change policies, regulations, fees, and
courses of instruction upon direction by the Governing Board. The most current and complete information is available from the appropriate campus
administrative agencies. To report errors and omissions, make suggestions for better readability, or
offer comments, please send an email to
deborah.reed@chaffey.edu.
Beverly Cox
Curriculum Committee Chairperson
Chaffey
PHOTOGRAPHY,
AND COVER ART
Community
College
Governing
Gary L. George
President
Katie Roberts
VicePresident
Paul J. Gomez
Clerk
Kathleen Brugger
Member
Lee C. McDougal
Member
Board
WeUiWang
StudentTrustee/ASCC
President
Chaffey
College
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Learning
is our business...your
success
is our goal!
5885Haven
Avenue,
Rancho
Cucamonga,
CA
91737-3002
909/987-1737.909/822-4484
(tollfreefromFontana)
Fax:
909/941-2783.
website:
www.chaffey.edu
SCHOOLS
ANDSTUDENT
SERVICES
OFTHECOLLEGE
German
OFFICE
OFINSTRUCTION
Linda
Howdyshell,
Vice President
Centers
- CalWORKs
- Community Services
- Professional Development
- Contract Education
SCIENCE
LIBRARY
Pinkerton,
Associate
Dean
SCHOOL
OFBUSINESS
AND
APPLIED
TECHNOLOGY
Willis,
Dean
Accounting and Financial Services
Administration of Justice
Automotive Collision Repair Technology
Terrence
Theatre Arts
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROGRAMS
- Language Success Center
- Multidisciplinary/Reading
Success Center
- Multidisciplinary Success Centers
(Chino, Fontana, Ontario)
- Writing Success Center
SCHOOL
OFMATHEMATICS
AND
- Workforce Preparation
Professional Development
Vocational/Occupational
Education
Chris
Newspaper
Success Centers
- Assistant Dean, Off-Site Centers
- Chaffey College Chino Center
- Chaffey College Fontana Center
- Chaffey College Ontario Center
Economic Development
Frank
Study Abroad Program
Joumalism/Student
Reading
Spanish
AND
Craig
SERVICES
Justice,
Dean
College
Catalog
Coordinated
Scheduling
Opening Doors Grant
Schedule of Classes
Summer School
Weekend College
Giugni,
Dean
Astronomy
Biology
STUDENT
SERVICES
Chemistry
Drafting
Robert
Earth Science
Admissions and Records
Engineering
Geographic Information Systems
Disability Programs and Services
Financial Aid
Geography
High School Relations
Geology
Mathematics
Math Success Center
Physics
Science
Statistics
International Students
Student Health Services
Student Activities
Transfer Center
Veterans Services
Automotive Technology
Business
Administration
SCHOOL
OFSOCIAL
AND
Business and Office Technologies
Chaffey College Chino Information Technology
BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCES
Center
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Fire Technology
Hotel and Food Service Management
Industrial Electrical Technology
Management
Nutrition and Food
Real Estate
Paul Parnell,
Dean
Bell,
Vice President
COUNSELING
ANDMATRICULATION
Vacant, Dean
Articulation
Cooperative Education
Aeronautics (Aviation Maintenance Technology)
Anthropology
Child Development and Education
Child Development Center
Correctional Science
Economics
History
Counseling
COPS
Guidance
Learning and Educational
Matriculation
Student Employment
Honors Program
Humanities
ATHLETICS
ANDPHYSICAL
EDUCATION
SCHOOL
OFHEALTH
SCIENCES
Philosophy
Political Science
Robert
Vacant, Dean
Dental Assisting
Psychology
Social Science
Gerontology
Health Science
Sociology
Home Health Aid
Medical/Surgical Nursing Assistant
NursingAssistant
Nursing: Associate Degree Nursing (ADN)
Nursing: Vocational Nursing (VN)
Pharmacy Technician
SCHOOL OF
Radiologic Technology
Broadcasting
Cinema
Institutional Research
Online to College
Consumer Studies
Communication Studies
Policy Governance
Student Equity
Title V Grant
American Sign Language
Dance
Fashion Design and Merchandising
Fine Arts
Chinese
English
English-as-a-Second
Interior Design
Museum Gallery
Music
SCHOOL
OFLANGUAGE
ARTS
Sherrie
Guerrero,
French
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Dean
Language
AND
Associate
Dean
INSTITUTIONAL
SERVICES
VISUAL,
PERFORMING,
COMMUNICATION
ARTS
Lawrence
Art
Olivera,
Development
G. Buckley,
Dean
Inge PelLet, Executive
SuperintendentPresident
Assistant
to the
504 Coordination
Accreditation
Gateways to Teaching
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IWIChaffey
College
FROMTHEPRESIDENT
On behalf of the Governing Board and all of the
Chaffey College faculty and staff, we welcome you
as a student to this college, one of the first to be
established in California. Chaffey College was
founded in 1883 as the vision of George and William
Chaffey, who also founded the city of Ontario.
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You are taking an important first step on the path to
your future. Whether you are upgrading your work
skills, seeking to transfer to a four-year college or
university, or planning to earn an associate degree or
occupational certificate, you will find caring and
highly qualified faculty and staff to assist you.
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Our mission is to provide a comprehensive, studentcentered community college education. We are
committed to equality by providing equal access to
opportunity for our students, our faculty and staff,
and the district we serve.
Best wishes in your educational endeavors.
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Sincerely,
Marie Kane
Superintendent/President
Chaffey College Senior Management
Linda Howdyshell
Earl Davis
Vice President of Instruction
Vice President of Business Services
Stephen Menzel
Vice President of Administrative
Robert Bell
Services
Vice President of Student Services
lnge Peizer
Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/President
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CONTENTS
SchoolsandStudentServicesof the College............
MessagefromthePresident.........................
GeneralInformation
TheDistrict.......................................
TheCollege
.......................................
MissionandCommitment
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StudentEquity....................................
Administration
andGoverningBoard...................
Schools
andServices...............................
Curricula.......................................
Degrees.........................................
College
Year......................................
Faculty..........................................
Facilities.......................................
Foundation
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Admission,
Registration,andFinancialInformation
Admission
totheCollege............................
Transcripts.......................................
Assessment,
Orientation,
Counseling
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Registration
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Limitations
on Enrollment
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Matriculation
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Fees
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Financial
Aid ..................................
SpecialStudentClassifications
andPrograms
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Economic
Development
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10-11
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12-13
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AcademicInformation
Definitions......................................
Attendance
andParticipation
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Distance
Education
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FinalExaminations
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Honors.........................................
Tableof Non-Traditional
Credit.......................
Creditby Examination
...........................
Creditfor Transfer
Work............................
Auditing........................................
GradeChanges
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GradesandGradePointAverages
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MeaningofGradeSymbols
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ProgramChanges.................................
CourseRepetition
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Probationand Dismissal
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PoliciesandRegulations
Statement
of EqualOpportunity......................
Declaraci6n
de OportunidadEquitativa
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OpenCourses
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ComputerUse....................................
Regulation
andStudentCompliance
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Discipline
andStudentConduct......................
SmokingPolicy
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TrafficandParkingRegulations
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Distributionof Literature
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Useof CampusFacilities
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Collection
andRaisingof Funds......................
StudentRight-to-Know
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StudentAffairsandStudentServices
StudentPrivacyRightsandAccessto Records...........
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StudentActivities.................................
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AssociatedStudents...............................
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ClubsandOrganizations
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Publications
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Athletics........................................
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Housing........................................
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StudentServices
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Admissions
andRecordsOffice....................
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Bookstore....................................
27
Cafeteria.....................................
27
CampusCenter................................
27
ChildDevelopment
Center.....................
27-28
Counseling
Department
..........................
28
DisabilityProgramsandServices...............
28-29
Extended
OpportunityPrograms
andServices........
29
Learningand Educational
Development
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29
Library ......................................
29
StudentEmployment
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StudentHealthServices.........................
30
StudentSuccessCenters
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30
Transfer
Center................................
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GraduationRequirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Statement
of Philosophy
............................
Graduation
Requirements
...........................
GeneralEducation
.................................
DegreeandCertificate
Programs.....................
Programsof Study.............................
FacultyLectureroftheYear.........................
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Preparation
forAdvancedStanding
Four-Year
Universities
andColleges...................
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California
StateUniversity(CSU)...................
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CSUGeneralEducation
Certification
CoursePattern....... 82
Intersegmental
GeneralEducation
TransferCurriculum.... 83
IGETCafterTransfer...............................
84
University
of California
(UC) ......................
85-88
PrivateColleges
andUniversities
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86
California
Articulation
Number(CAN)System.........
89-90
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CourseDescriptions
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CollegePersonnel
GoverningBoard.................................
Administration
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Management
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Faculty
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Children's
Center................................
Faculty
Emeritus.............................
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Index......................................
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2005-2006AcademicCalendar.................
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CollegePhoneNumbers..........................
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SiteMap.......................................
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RanchoCucamonga
CampusMap ........
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GENERAL
INFORMATION
THEDISTRICT
The collegedistrict servesthe populationof
the inlandempireof westernSanBernardino
County,where the communitiesof Chino,
Chino Hills, Fontana,Guasti,Montclair,Mt.
Baldy, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga(Alta
Loma,Cucamonga,
andEtiwanda),
andUpland
are located.Fourdistrictsservinghighschool
studentsarecontainedwithinthesecommunities. They are the ChaffeyJoint UnionHigh
SchoolDistrict,the ChinoUnifiedSchoolDistrict, the FontanaUnifiedSchoolDistrict,and
theUplandUnifiedSchoolDistrict.
17,1883,the cornerstoneof the collegewas
laid at Fourth Street and EuclidAvenuein
Ontario. Dueto meagerfinancialresources,
thecollegebecamean extensionof the University of Southern California and then
closedfor a brief periodin the early1900's.
In 1906the Chaffeyendowmentwas legally
separatedfrom the Universityof Southern
Californiaandthe reorganizedChaffeyUnion
HighSchoolDistrict becamethe beneficiary
of theCollegeTrust.
We commit to respecting,celebrating,and
integratingstudent'sdiversecultures into all
phasesof campuslife.Wewill provideleadershipin creatinga climateto ensurethatall students,faculty,staff, and administratorsshare
in the implementationof Chaffey College's
equitygoals.
In 1916 the ChaffeyJunior Collegeof Agriculturewas addedas a postgraduatedepartmeat to the high school. A separatejunior
college district was
createdin 1922 and in
ADMINISTRATION
AND
GOVERNING
BOARD
1957 bonds were
approvedin support of
a complete separation
of the high school and
collegefacilities. Property was acquired in
Alta Lomaand a longanticipatednewcollege
openedits doorsin the
spring of 1960. Passage of Measure L
THE
COLLEGE
ACCREDITATION
ChaffeyCollegeis a two-yearpubliccommunity collegeand is accreditedbytheAccrediting Commissionfor Communityand Junior
Colleges of the Western Association of
Schoolsand Colleges(10 CommercialBlvd.,
Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 5060234),an institutionalaccreditingbody recognizedby the Commissionon Recognition
of PostsecondaryAccreditationand the U.S.
Departmentof Education.Chaffeyis a memberof theAmericanAssociationof Community Colleges,theCommunityCollegeLeagueof
California,
Service
MembersOpportunity
Colleges(SOC),
theConsortium
of SouthernCalifornia Colleges and Universities, and is
approvedby the Officeof PrivatePost-SeeondaryEducationfor VeteransBenefits.
HISTORY
Chaffey College represents the vision of
GeorgeandWilliamChaffey,whofoundedthe
Cityof Ontarioin the last quarterof the nineteenth century.Recognizingthe needfor an
institution of higher learning,the Chaffey
brothers donated land and establishedan
endowmentfor a privatecollegeknownasthe
Chaffey College of Agriculture. On March
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($230 million) in 2002
will enablethe college
to construct a new
campus in Chino, construct several new
buildingson the RanchoCucamongaCampus, and upgrademany existingfacilities in
thecomingyears,
MISSIONANDCOMMITMENT
ChaffeyCollege improves lives within the
diversecommunitiesit servesthroughequal
accessto quality,learning-centered
occupational,transfer,generaleducation,and foundationprograms,
Adopted
bytheGoverning
Board
January
22,2004
STUDENT
EQUITY
TheDistrict,and eachindividualwho representsthe District,commit to activelypursuing equity for Chaffey College students
without regard to national origin, religion,
age,sex(gender),race,color,medicalcondition, ancestry,sexualorientation,maritalstatus, physicalor mentaldisability,or because
heor sheis perceivedto haveoneof theforegoingcharacteristicsthroughthe implementation of the goals and objectivesof the
StudentEquity Plan.Being sensitiveto the
personal,professional,and aestheticneeds
of its diverse populationsand cultures,the
collegewill incorporateinto its educational
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processthe richnessof world cultures,Innguages,ethnic,and artistic pluralism that is
stronglyrepresentedwithin our community.
The superintendent/presidentis the chief
administrativeofficer and is assistedby vice
presidents,deans,directors,and membersof
the faculty in bringingeducationalexcellence
to the community.The GoverningBoardhas
five memberselectedby district votersand a
studentmemberelectedbythe studentbody.
SCHOOLS
ANDSERVICES
Thecollegehassix schoolswhich providean
extensiverangeof the highestqualitytransfer
and occupational courses: Business and
AppliedTechnology;
HealthSciences;Language
Arts; Mathematicsand Science;Health Sciences; Social and BehavioralSciences;and
Visual, Performing,and CommunicationArts.
StudentServicesprovidesadditional instructionin physicaleducation,
athletics,cooperative
education,disabilityprograms,and guidance.
Thecollegealsoprovidesmanyexcellentstudentsupportservicesincludingtransfercouno
seling, career planning assistance, job
placement,financialaid,healthcare,childcare,
andhelpin housingandtransportation.
CURRICULA
TheCollegeofferslower division coursesfor
studentswho plan to transferto a four-year
collegeor university,occupationalcoursesfor
students who wish to gain competencein
employableskillsor whowish to improvetheir
skills, and generaleducationcoursesfor all
studentsto providethemwith an awarenessof
theideasandidealsof our culturalheritage.
Transferprogramsare plannedto meet the
lower division requirementsof four-yearcollegesand universitieswhich dividetheir work
into lower division and upper division and
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General
Information
includeintroductorygeneraleducationcoursesdesignedto ensurethat studentshavethe
skills necessary for success in more
advancedclasses,to introducestudentsto a
wide variety of academicservicesand give
them a working understandingof the fundamentalassumptions,theoriesand laws particular to each,andto exposestudentsto the
insightsfrom eachof thedisciplines,
Occupationalprogramsare kept current and
the latest information on occupational
requirementsis madeavailableto students
throughinteractionwith communityleaders,
advisorycommittees,surveysof localneeds,
and cooperationwith business,industryand
public service organizations. In addition,
LearningCenters,both on and off-campus,
providethecommunitywith resourcesfor the
developmentof basic skills neededfor the
GED or high school proficiency exams,
improvetheir basicskillsand securetutoring
andspecialsupplementaryinstruction,
DEGREES
Students who successfully complete the
requirementsfor graduation are awarded
Associatein Arts and Associatein Science
degrees.Studentswhocompletethe requirements of selectedprograms receiveCertificatesof Achievement.
FACULTY
The faculty is comprisedof dynamic and
committedprofessionalswhohavecompletedthe rigorouseducationalrequirementsset
forth by the Stateof California.Eachfaculty
member has demonstratedsubject matter
competency,
the ability to teachthat subject
matter,and a commitmentto remaincurrent
in his/herfield.
In addition to the regularly scheduled18week classes, intensiveshort-term classes
are offered. Some open-entry, open-exit
classesallowfor flexible schedulingas does
thegrowingnumberof onlinesections.
Dayand eveningclassesareavailablefor fulltime andpart-timestudents.Daytimeclasses
are scheduledfrom 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
MondaythroughFriday.Eveningclassesusually begin at 5:30 p.m. Mondaythrough Friday.Somelaboratoryand lectureclassesmay
meeton Saturdayor Sunday. Fieldtrips are
scheduledoutside the normal class meeting
time andmayincludeweekends.
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Other facilities include several off-campus
centersthat support the academicand ser-
Specialeffortshave
been made to
recruita facultythat
is sensitiveto and
prepared to work _'_'
with a diverse studentpopulation.
Faculty members
comefrom all over
the world. They
make numerous
contributionsto the
communities in
which they reside
andto the teaching
profession. They
are leadersof business, industry,and
thearts;prize-winningscientistsand writers,
technicalexperts,scholars,and instructors,
They have worked in every field from
accountingto zoologyat everylevelof education and sharetheir rich experiencewith
theirstudents,
(OI.LEGE
YEAR
Chaffey
Collegeis organizedon
the semester
system.Theacademic
yearincludestwo
18week semesters,Falland Spring,which run
from August through May, plus a summer
session.Coursesofferedin the various sessionsaresimilarin scopeandmaintainequivalent standards.The academiccalendarfor
the 2005-2006college year appearsin the
backof this catalog,
lounge,cafeteria,bookstore,a networkof student successcenters,an online assessment
center,and a newChild DevelopmentCenter
where children of student-parentsreceive
care. The college is also well served by a
library/learningresourcescenter.
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vicesfunctionsof the college.Onesuchfacility is the LearningDevelopmentCenter,which
providesvocationaltrainingand support programsand servicesfor studentswith physical,
developmental,
or learningdisabilities.Another significantoff-campusfacility is the Chino
Information
TechnologyCenter,which
currentlyhousesthe
ComputerInformationSys-
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tems
and Industrial Electrical Technology
programs.
ChaffeyCollegerestsat the baseof the San
GabrielMountainsrambling over 200 hundredacresof man-madeand naturalvegetation. It is a collegethat provides excellent
post secondaryeducationalopportunitiesfor
a serviceareain excessof 665,000residents,
An array of facilities support the academic
mission of the college including science,
engineering,modernlanguage,and reading
laboratoriesthat meetthestandardsof occupationaleducation. The RexW. WignallArt
Museumand Galleryand theChaffeyCollege
Theatreoffer opportunitiesfor both the fine
and performingarts. Thegalleryandtheatre
are uniqueresourcesfor boththecollegeand
the community. Thecollegealso has facilities for broadcasting,drafting,photography,
and graphic arts as well as a gymnasium,
swimming pool, fields for competitiveand
recreationalsports, a student center and
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The district offers a strong programof cornmunity-basededucationthat is deliveredprimarilythroughthe ChaffeyCollegeCentersin
Chino,Fontana,and Ontario. Usingthe centers as a community base, students have
accessto a myriadof classesandservicesthat
arean extensionof the college.
Passageof MeasureL ($230 million) in 2002
will enablethecollegeto constructa newcampusin Chino,constructseveralnewbuildings
on the Rancho Cucamongacampus, and
upgrademanyfacilitiesin thecomingyears.
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COLLEGE
FOUNDATION
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13106CentralAvenue,
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ChaffeyCollege
RalphM. Lewis
FontanaCenter
16855MerrillAvenue,Fontana
TheChinoCenteropenedits doors in Spring
2000 to better serve the residentsof the
southwestern
portionofthe district.Thecenterprovidesa full arrayof servicesincluding
admissionsand cashiering,
academiccounseling,and textbooksales. Studentshave
accessto a multidisciplinary
studentassistancecenterandan up-to-datecomputerlab.
Studentsareofferedinstruction
inamultitude
of generaleducationand occupational
courses.Foradditionalinformation,
call477-8576.
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TheFontanaCenteropeneditsdoors in September1996to betterservethe residentsof
theeasternportionof thedistrict.Thecenter
providesa full array of servicesincluding
admissionsand cashiering,academiccounseling,and textbooksales. Studentshave
accessto a multidisciplinarystudentassistancecenterand two up-to-datemultipurpose computerlabs. Studentsare offered
instructionin a multitudeof generaleducationandoccupational
courses.Foradditional
information
call477-2900.
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(3)] independentcorporation,wasorganized
TheChaffeyFoundation,
a friendsand
non-profit[501(c)
andestablished
in 1987by
alumni
to supportthe activitiesand
programsof
the
College.It has becomeone of the most successful community collegefoundationsin
SouthernCalifornia.
Thepurposeof the foundationisto preserveChaffeyCollege'sposition
of leadershipby providingassistanceto meet
the needsof all students,aseducational
costs
risefasterthantheaveragestudent'sabilityto
pay for college.The foundationcoordinates
fundraisingin a varietyof ways, receivesall
donationsmadeto the Collegeand the Foundation,andis in chargeof AlumniAffairs.Its
leadershave been instrumentalin forging
partnershipsbetweenthe college and the
communitiesit serves.The Foundationhas
encouraged
Collegeandcommunityparticipation in a varietyof intellectual,
cultural,recreational,and social activities.Followingthe
passageof MeasureL, thefocus of the Foundationis shiftingtogreatersupportfor student
scholarships.
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RobertPile ChaffeyCollege
ChinoInformation
Technology
Center
13170SeventhStreet,Chino
The Chino InformationTechnologyCenter
(CITC)was developedin partnershipwith the
City of Chino RedevelopmentAgency and
industry partnersVerizon,Enterasys,Cisco,
and Gatewayto provide SouthernCalifornia
thestate-of-theart trainingandeducationvital
for its economic growth. The CITC is
designedto meetthe needsofthe information
technology industry by providing a welltrained and educated workforce. Classes
offeredincludeweb development,hardware
repair,networking,Ciscoacademies(CCNA,
CCNP),and industrial electricaltechnology.
Foradditionalinformationcall477-8650.
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ChaffeyCollegeOntarioCenter
208 WestEmporiaStreet,Ontario
The OntarioCenter opened its doors in
Spring1990to betterservethe residentsof
thewesternportionof thedistrict. Thecenter
provides a full array of services including
admissionsand cashiering,academiccounseling, and textbook sales. Students have
accessto a multidisciplinarystudentassistance center and two up-to-date multipurpose computer labs. Studentsare offered
instruction in a multitudeof generaleducation andoccupationalcourses. Foradditional
informationcall477-2926.
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ADMISSION,
REGISTRATION,
ANDFINANCIAL
AID
ADMISSION
TOTHECOLLEGE
All highschoolgraduates,anyonewho hasa
Certificate
of Proficiency
or a G.E.D.,
andanyone
18yearsof ageor olderwhocanbenefitfroma
courseof studyareeligiblefor admission,
Releaseof Transcriptsto Other
Institutions:
ChaffeyCollegeis not permitted
to make copies of or release
transcriptsfrom highschoolsor
othercolleges.
Highschool studentsand residentsof other
statesand foreigncountriesmayapplyunder
special regulations. See sections on High
School Plus Program or InternationalStudentsfor moreinformation,
ASSESSMENT,ORIENTATION,
COUNSELING
All newstudentsare requiredto
participatein assessmentand
orientation prior to registering
for classes. These services
WHOMUSTAPPLY
include reading, writing, and
Applicants
who willattendChaffeyCollegefor
mathematics
testing,anda presentation
on
thefirsttime(new students),or formerstucollegeprograms
andservices.Studentsare
dentswho havebeenawayfor oneor more
required
tomeetwitha counselor
withintheir
terms(returningstudents)must completean
first six monthsat ChaffeyCollege.Withthe
application
for admission,
assistance
of a counselor,
studentsdevelop
an educational
plan that includesrequired
APPLICATION
classesto achievetheir educationaland
Applications
maybesubmittedonlinebyvisitcareergoals.Studentsmaybe exemptfrom
ing Chaffey'swebsiteat (www.chaffey.edu) portionsof theseservicesor maychooseno
andclickingon theApplication
andRegistra- to participate. Contactthe Counseling
tionlink.Onlineapplication
is notavailable
for
Department
forappointments
anddetails.
International
Students.
PHOTOI.D. CARD
Applications
mayalsobesubmittedin person CharleyCollegePhotoID cards are now
or by mail.Applications
canbe downloaded requiredfor useof labs,library,and other
fromtheChaffeyCollege
website,requested
by
services.Studentsareencouraged
to secure
phone,or pickedupfromtheAdmissions
and
theirPhotoID cardpriortothe beginning
of
Records
OfficeattheRancho
Cucamonga
Camtheterm. Studentsmustshowproof of curpusor theChaffeyCollegeChino,Fontana,
or
rentenrollmenttoreceivea PhotoID card.
OntarioCenters.
Applications
mustbecomplete
andcanbesubmittedin personto anyof the
Chaffey
College
sites.Mailed
applications
must
REGISTRATION
besenttheChaffey
College
Rancho
Cucamonga
Campus
Admissions
andRecords
Office
NEWANDRETURNING
STUDENTS
TRANSCRIPTS
Onlineregistration(via ChaffeyVIEW)and
Transcripts
FromOtherInstitutions
telephoneregistration
(viathePantherLine)
Officialcollegetranscriptsarerequiredfor:
for new andreturningstudentstakesplace
1. Studentswho plan to graduateor cornaccording
tothe dateindicated
ontheregisplate a certificateat Charley College, trationpermit.Studentsor theirproxymay
and/ortransferto a four-yearcollege
registeron or afterthe assigneddatelisted
2. Veteransreceivingeducationalbenefits on the registration permit during the
3. Studentswho planto applyfortheradioonline/telephone
registrationperiod. Stulogictechnology
andregistered
andvocadentsmayalsoregisterin personat the Rantionalnursingprograms
cho Cucamonga
Campusor at any of the
4. Studentsneedingto showcompletion
of
ChaffeyCollege
Centers
duringthepublished
courseprerequisites
walk-inandlateregistration
periods.
5. Studentswho haveearnedan associates
degreeor higher for exemptionfrom
CONTINUING
STUDENTS
assessment,
orientation,
andcounseling
Studentswho registeredfor at least one
classat ChaffeyCollegein the preceding
Officialhighschooltranscriptsarerequiredfor:
term areconsideredcontinuingstudentsand
Studentswho plantoapplyforthe radiologic will receivetheir registrationpermitsin the
technology,
registered
nursing,andvocation- mail.Thesestudentsmaycomplete
theirregalnursingprograms(GEDorhighschoolproistrationonlineor by phoneon or afterthe
ficiencyinlieuof transcript)
date listedon the registration
permit or in
CATALOG
2005-2006
8
personduringthewalk-inor lateregistration
periods.
Highschoolstudentsarenotconsidered
to be
continuing
students,as theymustsubmitan
Applicationfor Admissionfor High School
Studentseachterm. See "HighSchoolPlus
Program"for details.
REGISTRATION
DATEASSIGNMENT
Continuing
studentsareassignedregistration
datesaccordingto thetotal numberof units
completedupto90 units.Thisincludes
transfar unitsfromotheracademic
institutions.
The
higherthenumberof units(upto90 units),tbe
earlierthe assignedregistration
date.However, after the continuingstudentacquires90
units,they dropin priorityandare assigned
the lastday of registration
for the continuing
studentcategory.
New,
returning,and
high
school students
receive
registration
dates
aftercontinuing
students.Registration
datesfor studentsinthese
categories
are basedon the datethe admissignapplication
wassubmitted.Theearlierthe
applicationwas submitted,the earlierthe
assigned
registration
date.
PRIORITY
REGISTRATION
Studentswith physicalor healthdisabilities
whoareunabletoattend regularregistration
orwhoneedtohaveclasses
scheduled
around
healthor mobilityconcerns
mustcontactDisability Programsand Services,(909) 9412379, to receiveauthorization
to registerat
Priority Registration.Special accommodationsare arrangedfor assessment,
orientation,andcounseling,
asneeded.
Priorityregistration
is alsoavailablefor students that meet specificrequirementsand
who obtainappropriate
authorization.
Priority
registrationtakes placepriorto the start of
regularregistration.
._Chaffey ColJege
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
ALTERNATE
CHOICE
OFCLASSES
It is recommended
thatstudentspreparean
alternate
listofclassestofit theirschedule
in
theeventtheirfirst choiceof classesis not
available.Classesare filled on a first-come
basis.A list of open classesis available
throughout
theregistration
period.Theopen
classlistis availableon Chaffey'swebsiteat
(www.chaffey.edu).
CLOSED
CLASSES
ANDWAITLISTS
If a requested
classis closed,thestudentmay
registerinanalternateclassor requestto be
placedonthewaitlist.Waitlist requestsare
onlyaccepted
oneweekpriortothebeginning
of
instructionand can
be placedvia
ChaffeyVIEWonlineor
PantherLine
telephone
registration
systems.Waitlistsarelimitedto
20 students.A studentmustattendthe first
classmeeting
to be considered
foradmission
toa closedclass,
UNITS
Studentsmayregisterfor a maximumof 18
unitsduringfall/springtermsand7 unitsduringsummertermusingonline,telephone,or
walk-in registration;exceptionsmust be
approvedby a counselor.Duringlate registration,studentscanaddan unlimitednumberof units.
LATEREGISTRATION
Duringthe first weekof lateregistration
for
the fall/springterms, studentsmay register
foranyopenclass,aswellasanyclosedclass
with instructorsignatureon an Add/Drop
Card. Duringthe secondandthirdweeksof
late registration,students must have an
instructor's
signatureto add any class. The
lateregistration
periodfor thesummerterm
isaddressed
intheschedule
of classes.Studentsare notpermittedto addclassesafter
thelateregistration
deadline,
MULTIPLE
ENROLLMENT
Students
maynotenrollin morethanonesectionof anycoursethatisnotrepeatable
inthe
sameterm.Studentswillnotbe permittedto
register
forclasses
thatarescheduled
tomeet
at the sametime or at overlapping
times;
howeverstudentsmaywaitlistfora classthat
overlaps
another.
SCHEDULES
OFCLASSES
Thescheduleof classesis availablepriorto
eachregistration
periodandcontains
detailed
informationconcerning
registration,enrollment,and relatedadministrative
deadlines,
Continuing
studentsaremaileda schedule
to
use for online or telephoneregistration,
Prospective
students
mayobtainschedules
at
theChaffey
College
centersinChino,Fontana,
andOntario,as wellas moststudentservice
CATALOG
2005-2006
areason the RanchoCucamongaCampus.
Schedules
are alsoprovidedto schoolsand
publiclibrarieswithinthecollegedistrict.In
addition,schedules
are postedon theChaffeyCollege
websiteat (www.chaffey.edu).
ATTENDANCE
ATTHEFIRSTCLASS
MEETING
Studentswhodo notattendthe first meeting
of each class in which they are registered
maybedroppedfromthe class.However,
it
is eachstudent'sresponsibility
to officially
dropany classthey do not attend or stop
attending,
Completionofa prerequisitecourserequiresa
gradeof Corbetterora gradeof CR(credit).If
the studentdoes not successfullycomplete
the prerequisite
course,thenthe studentwill
likelynotcompletethe coursewitha passing
grade.
Studentsare responsible
for meetingprerequisitesasstatedin the classscheduleandcollegecatalog.Seea counselorfor assistancein
determining
eligibility
for a specificclass.Studentswho do not meet statedprerequisites
will be unableto registerfor or may be
droppedfromtheclass.
LIMITATIONS
ONENROLLMENTThe
college'sregistrationprocessallowsfor
prerequisite
checkingbycomputer.Students
ChaffeyCollegeofferssomecourseswhich
placelimitations
onenrollment.
Theselimitationsmay includesuccessful
completionof
courses,preparationscores for math and
English,performance
criteriaor healthand
safetyconditions.
Students
whodonotmeet
theconditionsimposedby theselimitations
may be unableto registerfor or may be
droppedfromclass,
attemptingto enrollin the computerchecked
courseswill be blockedfrom registration
if
they do not meetthespecifiedprerequisites,
whicharelistedinthiscatalogandtheScheduleof Classes.
Assessment
resultsfromothercollegesmay
notbeusedto meetprerequisites
sonewstudentsmustarrangeto takeChaffey'sassessmenttestingpriorto registration.Students
who havecompletedprerequisitecoursesat
anothercollegeor inhighschoolmustbringa
copyof theirtranscriptsfrom that institution
totheCounseling
Department
andcompletea
Prerequisite
Validation
Formpriorto registration. Pleaseallow24 hoursfor processing
the
Prerequisite
ValidationForm. Studentswho
areenrolledinthe prerequisite
courseat Chaffey College
at thetimeof their registration
will
be permittedto enroll in the subsequent
course.Studentswho fail or failto complete
the prerequisite
coursewill be droppedprior
tothestartof classes.
PRECOLLEGIATE
BASICSKILLS
LIMITATIONS
ChaffeyCollegelimitsthe numberof units
studentscan earn for precollegiatebasic
skillscoursesto 30 semester
units.Precollegiate/basicskills courses are definedas
thosetwoor morelevelsbelowcollegelevel
Englishand oneor more levelsbelowelementaryalgebra.Englishas a SecondLanguageand learningdisabledstudentsare
exemptedfrom this limitation.The college
may approvea waiverof the limitationon
remedialcoursework with respectto any
studentwhoshowssignificant,measurable
progresstowardthe developmentof skills
ChallengingPrerequisites:
appropriateto his or her enrollmentin colPrerequisites
for courseswill be enforced
lege-level
courses.
Waiversareonlygivenfor
according
to collegepolicy.Studentshavethe
specifiedperiodsof time and for specified rightto challenge
prerequisites
on thefollownumbersof units.Contactthe Mathematics, inggrounds:
English,Englishas a SecondLanguage,or
ReadingDepartmentsor the DisabilityPrograms and Services
Officefor moreinformation.
PREREQUISITE
Whena coursehasa prerequisite,it meansthat a
studentmust possessa
certain body of knowledgeto besuccessful
in
the course. The preexistingknowledgemay
be a placementpreparation scoreor successful
completionof a course.
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I_Chaffey College
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
1. A prerequisitefor a coursenecessaryfor
graduation,transfer,or a certificateis not
offeredand the unavailabilityof that prerequisiteposesa hardship,
2. Theprerequisitehasnot beenvalidated,
3. Thestudent hasthe knowledgeor ability
to succeedin thecoursedespitenot meeting the prerequisite,
4. Theprerequisiteis discriminatoryor being
appliedin a discriminatorymanner.
Thestudentmust provideappropriatedocumentationwhenfiling a challenge.Documentation mayinclude,but is not limitedto, high
school or collegetranscripts,additionaltest
results,work experience,or writing sample,
Prior enrollment in the course does not
exempta studentfrom the current prerequisite ofthat course,
"
More information including the appropriate
formfor challenginga prerequisiteisavailable
through the CounselingDepartment. Cluestions regarding the matriculation process
should be directedto the Dean,Counseling
andMatriculationat (909)941-2109.
COREQUISlTE
Whena coursehas a corequisite,
it means
that a studentis requiredto takea courseat
the sametime as anothercourse.Knowing
the informationpresentedin the corequisite
courseisconsidered
necessary
for a student
to besuccessful
inthe course,
LIMITATION
ONENROLLMENT
A limitationon enrollmentis a non-course
requirement
for entryintoa courseor educationalprogram,withoutwhicha studentwill
not be permittedto remainin the selected
courseor program. Theserequirements
are
frequently(but not always)driven by health
and safety regulationsand/or mandatesby
outsideaccrediting/licensing
agencies,
ADVISORY
An advisory is defined in Title 5, section
55200as: "A conditionof enrollmentthat a
CATALOG
2005-2006
studentis advised,but not required,to meet
beforeor in conjunctionwith enrollmentin a
course or educationalprogram." Sincean
advisoryis notrequired,studentswill notbe
blockedfrom enrollingin a class if they do
notmeettheconditionsof theadvisory.
MATRICULATION
Matriculationservicesat ChaffeyCollegeare
intendedto assist students in establishing
appropriateeducationalgoalsandto provide
support servicesto help them achievethese
goals. Studentswill be providedan evaluation of foundation/basicskills, orientation,
counseling,an educationalplan,and followupservices,
New students are required to
completeassessmentand orientation before their registration date.Studentsmustseea
counselorfor an educational
plan within their first six
monthsat Chaffey.HighSchool
Plus students must complete
assessment, orientation, and
counseling before they may
registerfor classes,
ASSESSMENT
OF
FOUNDATION/BASIC
SKILLS
Assessmenttestingis required
for placementinto English,ESL,mathematics, and readingcourses.Placementlevels
are basedon a combinationof test scores
and othereducationalbackgroundinformation. Accommodationsare availablefor individuals with disabilities. Chaffey uses
multiple measuresto place students into
English, ESL, mathematics, and reading
courses,
Testingfacilitiesare availableat all Chaffey
sites; specificdates and times can be
obtained
fromtheCounseling
Departmentat
(909) 941-2116.
RE-TESTING
PROCEDURES
Studentsmay takethe assessmenttest no
morethantwice duringtheir enrollmentat
ChaffeyCollege. Studentsmust wait three
monthsaftertheir initialassessmentbefore
re-testing,
MATHEMATICS
TESTING
The CounselingDepartmentoffers mathematicstestingfor studentsto demonstrate
competency
for certainprograms.Students
maytakethe ArithmeticTestto demonstrate
eligibilityfor Math401. Studentsmaytake
theElementary
AIgebraTestto meettheGen10
eral Educationmathcompetencyrequirement
for theassociatedegree.Thesetestsmayeach
be takenonlyonce,includingtestingtakenas
partofthefoundation/basicskillsassessment.
ORIENTATION
Orientationis availableonlineandis completedin thetestingcenterattheconclusionofthe
assessmenttest. Orientationintroducesstudentsto collegeservicesandeducationalprograms and provides information on college
policies,enrollmentproceduresandimportant
deadlines.Group sessions are arrangedfor
specificgroupssuchasinternationalstudents
and ESL students. Contact the Counseling
Departmentat (909)941-2116for moreinformation.Studentsinterestedin a moredetailed
orientationand/orinstruction in collegesurvival skillsmayenroll in a Guidance2 or Guidance503 course.
COUNSELING
Students
arerequiredto meetwitha counselor
withintheirfirstsix monthsat ChaffeyCollege
to developa StudentEducational
Plan(SEP).
Counselors will recommend appropriate
coursework based on assessmentresults,
review of previous collegework and other
informationprovidedby thestudent.Appointmentsfor an individualmeetingwith a counselor can be madeby callingthe Counseling
Departmentat (909) 941-2116.Studentsmay
alsocompletethe SEPonlinebyenrollingin
Guidance
504.
_
Forinformationon additionalservicesprovided bythe CounselingDepartment,pleaserefer
to the StudentServicessection.
STUDENTRIGHTSANDRESPONSIBILITIES
Studentsare entitledto certain rights under
matriculation procedures. These rights
include:retakingthe assessmenttest; being
informedofanyDistrictinvestigations
ofcornplaintschallenging
matriculation
regulations;
beingprovidedalternative
servicesaccording
to languageor disabilityneeds;and filinga
complaintof unlawfuldiscrimination
if they
feeltheassessment,
orientation,
counseling
or
any other matriculationprocedureis being
appliedin a discriminatory
manner.
Matriculationrequirementsalso includecertainstudentresponsibilities.
Uponadmission
to the college,studentsmustexpressa broad
educational
goaland providetranscriptsfrom
previouscollegework. They must complete
assessmentandorientationpriorto registering for classesand must developa Student
Educational
Plan(SEP)witha counselorwithin their first six monthsat ChaffeyCollege.
Studentsare responsible
for attendingclass,
completingtheir assignmentsand courseI_J CharleyCollege
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
work, and maintainingprogresstowardtheir
educationalgoal.
EXEMPTIONS
ANDREFUSAL
Studentsmaybeexemptfrom matriculation
services
if they:
• Haveearnedanassociate
degreeor higher
(diplomaortranscriptsrequired),
or
• Havecompleted
certaincoursework
at
anothercollege(transcripts
required),
or
• Willenrollinonecourseonly,withno
intention
of earningadegreeatChaffey,
or
• Will enroll in performance/activity
courses
only.
Studentshavetherightto refusematriculation
services and choose not to participatein
assessment,
orientation,and/orcounseling.A
studentwishingto be exemptfrom theseservices basedon one of the abovecriteria or
wishingto declineparticipationmust contact
the CounselingDepartmentto completethe
necessarydocumentation.Studentsconcurrentlyenrolledin highschooland participating
in the HighSchoolPlusProgramarenot eligiblefor exemptionsandcannotrefusematriculationservices.Studentswho havepreviously
chosento refusematriculationservicesmay
reconsiderandparticipateatanytime.
Fees
As a publiclysupportedcommunitycollege,
Chaffey provideslow-costeducation;students pay nominalfees at registration.In
orderfor studentsnotto bedeniedaccessto
a collegeeducation,
the collegeoffersfinancialaidto assistwithfinancialobligations,
Feesare assessedeachterm. Feescan be
paidvia ChaffeyVIEW
onlineor PantherLine
telephoneregistration
systems,fax, in person,orbymail.Allfeesaredueatthetimeof
registration.Theseincludeenrollmentfees,
healthfees, CollegeServicesfee (optional),
materialsfees,andif applicable,
non-resident
prior to thedaybeforeclassesbegin.
Non-ResidentEnrollmentFee(U.S.Citizen)
$177.00 per unit ($151.00 per unit, plus
$26.00perunit* enrollment
fee)
Non-Resident
Enrollment
Fee(Non-U.S.Citizen) $192.00 per unit ($151.00 per unit,
$15.00capitaloutlaycharge,plus$26.00per
unit*enrollmentfee)
*TheStateof Californiamaychangefeesat
anytime. Referto currentscheduleof classesfor updatedinformation.
Usualclinic hoursare 7:30a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday. Evening appointments
may be available. Servicesof physicians,
nursepractitioners,andcounselorsareavailable by appointmentby calling (909) 9412178.
COLLEGE
ERVICES
F$EE(Optional)
$8.00FallaSndSpring;
5.00Summer.Thisfee
fundsAssociated
Studentsof ChaffeyCollege
(ASCC)programsand activitiesthroughout
theacademic
term,including
(butnotlimited
to):
• $60,000in annualscholarships
(applicationsareavailable
inthe Officeof StudentActivitiesatthe beginning
of Spring
semester)
• Lectures,specialculturalevents,and a
varietyof serviceprojectsfor students
andthecommunity,
• Discountticketstomajorattractions
• Opportunity
drawingsandgiveaways
• $60,000emergency
bookgrants
•
•
resultin a $25.00charge.
• AutoParking:
$40.00FallandSpring;
$20.00Summer;
$20.00FeeWaiverStudents
• Motorcycle
Parking:
$15.00
• DailyPermits:$2.00
ENROLLMENT
FEE(Tuition)
$26.00per unit*for California
residents,
NON-RESIDENT
ENROLLMENT
FEE
Non-resident
tuitionwill be chargedto studentswho havenotestablishedresidencyin
theStateof California
for a periodof oneyear
CATALOG
2005-2006
•
•
•
HEALTH
SERVICES
FEE
$11.00 Fall and Spring; $8.00
Summer.Thisfeefunds the Student Health Services Program.
Certain laboratory tests and
medications may require an
additionalfee.
fees. Feesmay be paid via cash,check,
moneyorder,VISA,Mastercard,
or Discover.
Stoppingpaymenton a checkdoesnotconstitutea withdrawalfrom classesand will
Feesaresubjecttochange.ConsulttheSchedule
ofC/asses
forthemostcurrentinformation.
•
$5.00 mailed; Send request to
Catalog/Schedule
Coordinator.
Library materials replacement $25.00;
librarymaterialsrebinding:$15.00
Replacementof diploma or certificate:
$10.00
Returned
checkfee:$25.00
Scheduleof Classes:Freeat the Rancho
CucamongaCampus, Chaffey College
Chino,ChinoIT,Fontana,andOntarioCenters, and at in-districtpubliclibraries;
$2.00 mailed; Send request to
Catalog/Schedule
Coordinator.
Campusimprovements
$40,000indepartment
grants
ON-CAMPUS
PARKING
SUPPLEMENTAL
(thisis nota completelist
of fees; completelist is availablefrom the
Budgeting
ServicesOffice)
• CareerTesting:
$15.00
• Catalog:$3.00 purchasedin Bookstore;
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MATERIALS
FEES
Most coursesrequirea material/instructional
usagefee. Chargesvary and are subject to
change. Studentsshouldconsultthe current
Scheduleof
Classesfor
fee amounts,which
arenotedunder
theappropriate
classdescription.Materialfeesaredueat thetimeof registrationandarenotsubjecttowaiver.
CREDITANDREFUND
POLICY
Creditsfor CancelledClasses: When the
collegecancelsa class, enrolledstudents
receive a credit for the full amount of
enrollment, non-resident tuition, and
materialsfees that were applicableto that
class.If the cancelled
classis the onlyclass
in whichthestudentis enrolledfor the term,
the studentwill also automaticallyreceive
creditforthehealthandCollegeServicesfees
paid.Parkingdecalsmustbe returnedto the
Cashier'sOfficebeforea parkingfee credit
willbeawarded.
Credits for Student Drops/Withdrawals:
Whena studentofficiallydropsor withdraws
from a classbeforetenpercent(10%) of the
class length has elapsed (see chart for
timeframes),theyare eligiblefor a creditof
the applicableenrollment,health,parking,
materials,
CollegeServices,andnon-resident
tuition fees paid. Parkingdecals must be
returnedto the Cashier'sOfficewithin the
appropriatetimeframefor a parkingfeecredit
to beawarded.No creditwillbeissuedfor an
enrollmentchangemadeafterten percentof
theclasslengthhaspassed.
I._[ChaffeyCollege
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
Credits
(whether
from
student
drop/withdrawal from a class or college
cancellation of the class) remain on the
student's records for the remainderof the
term in which the credit was awarded,plus
corresponding to the point where ten
percentof the courseinvolvedhaselapsed,
Refund forms are only available at the
Cashier'sOffice;they are not availablefor
distributionor on the collegewebsite. If the
for certaintypesof aid.TheFinancial
AidOffice
will receivethe resultsofthe FAFSA
and award
studentswhoareeligible,unlessthestudentis
selectedfor the verificationprocess.
an additionaltwo primary terms, as long as
the student maintains continuing student
status. Credits can be used to pay for
summerclasses,but the summerterm does
not count againstthe two termsof allowable
credit use, nor does skipping the summer
term affect the student'sadmission status,
Studentsmay use monetarycreditsto fund
all fees associated with subsequent
enrollmentin ChaffeyCollegeclasses,within
theterm limitationslistedabove,
student's payment for the class(is) for
which a refund is being requested was
made by cash or check, a check will be
mailed to the student's home address of
recordwithin 45 working daysof the refund
request submission. If the payment was
made with a credit card, a credit will be
issuedwithin 45 workingdays.Studentsare
advisedto keepcopiesof the refundrequest
for reference until the refund has been
received.
Verificationis a processwherethefederalgovernment selects students randomlyto have
the FinancialAid Officeverify the information
enteredon the FAFSA.This is a mandatory
process requiredby the federalgovernment
and studentsmustcomplyto receivefinancial
aid.TheFinancialAid Officewill requesta copy
of your (andyour parentsif you are a dependentstudent)signedfederaltaxesto verifythe
information.
Refunds: Refunds are repayment by the
CourseLength
10 percent
collegeto a studentwhohasa creditbalance
arising from classes the college has
cancelled, or from which the student has
withdrawnwithin the prescribedtimeframes
(seechart).Refundsare notautomaticin any
case,
are time
available
during
periodsof
withinonly
the term,
andspecific
will not
5 Week
6Week
7 Week
8 Week
9 Week
10 Week
11 Week
3 BusinessDays
3 BusinessDays
4 BusinessDays
4 BusinessDays
5 BusinessDays
5 BusinessDays
6 BusinessDays
12 Week
13 Week
14 Week
15 Week
16 Week
17 Week
18 Week
6 BusinessDays
7 BusinessDays
7 BusinessDays
8 BusinessDays
9 BusinessDays
9 BusinessDays
10 BusinessDays
be issued for any student-initiated
enrollmentchangemadeafter ten percentof
a class has elapsed.Refundsfor cancelled
classesmust be requestedon or beforethe
end of the term in which the cancellation
occurred. Studentswho areawardeda BOG
waiver for a term which they have already
paid fees may request a reimbursementof
fees paid on or beforethe end of theterm in
whichthe BOGwaiverwas granted.
A once-per-termservice fee of $10.00 is
charged for processingany class drop or
withdrawalthat is not the result of a class
cancellation.
(CaliforniaCodeof Regulations,
Title5, Section58508).The fee is charged
evenif only a portionof thestudent'sclasses
are dropped.
;
To receive a refund of a credit balance,
students must fill out and submit a refund
requestform at the Cashier'sOffice,no later
than the close of business on the day
CATALOG
2005-2006
FINANCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY
Studentgrades,transcripts,enrollmentand
degreeverifications,
diplomas,
andregistration
privileges
willbewithheld
pendingsettlement
of
anyoutstanding
obligation
tothecollege,
FINANCIAL
AID
TheFinancialAidOfficeadministersa number
of programsdesignedto help
students with limited
resourcesmeettheir educational expenses. Programs
includegrants,enrollmentfee
waivers,FederalWork Study,
1 scholarships, and loans.
Financialassistanceis available to all eligible students
attendingChaffeyCollege.
To apply for FinancialAid,
students should complete
the FreeApplicationfor Federal StudentAid (FAFSA)at
(www.fafsa.ed.gov).
Thepriority deadlinefor filing the FAFSAis March2
of every year;however,studentsmay apply
after the priority deadline.Studentsfiling
after the prioritydeadlinemay loseeligibility
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TheFinancialAid Officeis locatedin Campus
CenterWest(CCW-8D)at the RanchoCucamongaCampus.Officehoursare:
MondaythroughThursday
8:00a.m.to 7:00 p.m.
Friday
8:00a.m.to 4:30 p.m.
Studentsmaycontactthe FinancialAid Office
by calling(909) 941-2199.
FinancialAid servicesarealsoavailableat the
ChaffeyCollegeChino, Fontana,and Ontario
Centerson a limited basis. Checkthe current
scheduleof classesfor hoursof availabilityat
theCenters.
GRANTS
Studentsmustapplyor reapplyeveryyearfor
financialaid.
Studentscanapplyfor federaland
stateaidasearlyasJanuary1 forthe newacademicyear.TheFreeApplication
forFederalStudent Aid (FAFSA)for the 2005-2006school
year(August2005-May2006)is nowavailable.
The FAFSA is available online at
(www.fafsa.ed.gov),
whichis thefastestwayto
applyfor financialaid. Paperapplicationsare
availableat the RanchoCucamongaCampus,
and the Chino,Fontana,and OntarioCenters.
The priority deadlineto receivethe maximum
amountof financialaid is March 2, however
studentsmayapplyafterthe prioritydeadline.
Filingafterthe prioritydeadlinemaymakestudentsineligiblefor certaintypesof aid.Chaffey
College'sschoolcodeis 001163.
Forfederalgrants, studentsmust:
• be enrolled in a degree,certificate, or
transferprogram,and
• havea high schooldiplomaor equivalent,
or passanAbilityto Benefittest, and
• demonstratefinancialneed,and
• maintain satisfactoryacademicprogress,
and
° be a citizenor permanentresidentof the
UnitedStates.
_/Chaffey College
Admission,
Registration,
and
Financial
Aid
Thegreatestsourceof grantfundsis the FederalPill grant,whichis federalmoneyawarded to students as an assistancefor school
purposes.
ChaffeyCollegewill determinethe amountof
federalfinancialaid that a studenthasearned
in accordancewith federallaw.Studentswho
receivefederalfinancialaidand do not attend
anyclasseswill berequiredto repayall of the
funds they received.Studentswho withdraw
from all classes prior to completing more
than 60% of the semesterwill have their
financialaid eligibility recalculatedbasedon
the percentageof the semestercompleted,
and will be requiredto repayany unearned
financialaidthey received,
At ChaffeyCollege,a student's withdrawal
dateis:
• the datethe studentofficially notifiedthe
Admissionsand RecordsOfficeof his/her
intentto withdraw,or
• the midpointof thesemester,for a student
who leaveswithout notifyingthe college,
or
• the student'slast dateof attendanceat a
documented
academically-related
activity,
ENROLLMENT
AND HEALTHFEEWAIVER
(BOGW)
TheBoardof Governors
FeeWaiver(BOGW)
programis financial
aidthatdoesnot haveto
be repaid. Studentsmay be eligiblefor a fee
waiver,evenwhennot eligiblefor othertypes
of financial
aid. BOGWapplicants
do nothave
to beenrolledina minimumnumberof cours-
• Copyof currentmonth'ssubsidiescheck
• Copyof currentNoticeof Action
• Statement of current Supplementary
SocialSecurityIncome
• AgencyCertificationForm(availableatthe
FinancialAid Office)
• Letter of certificationfrom the California
Departmentof VeteranAffairs
FEDERAL
WORK-STUDY
Students may be eligible for part-time
employment through the Federal WorkStudy (FWS)program. Studentsmay work
upto 20 hoursperweekon the Ranchocampus or at one of the off campussites, and
receive a monthly paycheck. In order to
receive FWS funds, a student must be
enrolledin at least6 units,
Eligibility for FederalWork Study is determinedbythe student'sfinancialneed,which
comesfrom the resultsof the FAFSA.
When
eligibilityis determined,studentswill receive
an award letter with a FederalWork Study
award.Oncethe awardletteris received,students havefour weeksto confirm employmint. Joblistingsare availablein the Career
ServicesOffice.
To applyfor FederalWork Study,students
must fillout the FAFSAby the prioritydeadline,March2. Federal
WorkStudyis awarded
ona first-come,first-servebasis,
recommendedborrowing maximum for any
programat ChaffeyCollegeis $9,625(subsidizedand unsubsidizedcombined).Students
must meet SatisfactoryAcademicProgress
(SAP).
Toapplyforaloan,students
mustdothefollowing:
• CompletetheFAFSA,
preferablybyMarch2.
• Attend a Loan Workshop. Datesfor loan
workshopsare posted at the FinancialAid
Office. Thereare no makeupworkshops.
• Fillout all documentsgivenat theworkshop
and turn them into the FinancialAid Office
within 48 hoursof thedateandstarttime of
the session.
First disbursementof loan funds will be disbursed at least one month after completed
paperworkhas beenturned in andthe FAFSA
has been processed by the Financial Aid
Office.In orderto receivea seconddisbursemint, studentsmust completean online Exit
Interviewform, which will be discussedat the
loanworkshop.
FINANCIAL
AIDDISBURSEMENTS
All financialaid disbursementsaremadeelectronically. Througha joint agreementwith
ChaffeyCollegeandthe ChaffeyFederalCredit
Union, financial aid disbursements are
depositedelectror_ically
to a freeATMaccount
setupfor the studentat the creditunion.Studentsalsohavetheoptionof havingthefunds
dispersedtothe!rexistingbankaccount.
Studentswho do not qualifyfor FWSmay
work on campusup to 19 hoursper week
is.Whether
students
take
1unitor21units,
District
employment.
Employment
is SPEOAL
STUDENT
theenrollment
feesmaybe
waived.
Applicants under
dependent
upon
availabilityof
jobs. See
AND
needonly applyonceto havefees waivedfor
CareerServicesfor information.
CLASSIFIEATIONS
theentireacademic
year.Recipients
alsohave
healthfeeswaived,and usuallyreceivea discount on parkingfees. Feewaiversdo not
applyto class materialsfeesor the College
Servicesfees.
Toapply,it is recommended
thatstudentsfill
out the FAFSAby the March2 prioritydeadline.TheFinancial
Aid Officewill receivethe
resultsof the FAFSAand awardthe waiver
automaticallyto studentswho are eligible.
Students
who receiveda feewaiverfora prior
yearmustreapplyfor the currentschoolyear
by completingthe FAFSA.
SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarshipsare usually,but not always,
basedon a combinationof needand merit.
Studentsare encouragedto apply via the
Chaffey General ScholarshipApplication,
availableJanuary1st.
Availablescholarships
arepostedyear-round
onthe Scholarship
Boardlocatedoutsidethe
FinancialAid Office.Studentsshould also
contactStudentActivitiesor the Foundation
for otheravailablescholarships,
STAFFORD
LOANS
StudentswhoseethewaiverontheawardletLoansshouldbe consideredonlywhenother
ter and are eligiblefor cash benefitsfrom
sourcesof aidare unavailable
or insufficient.
TANF/Cal
Works,SSI/SSP,
General
Assistance, Generally,
othertypesof financialaidare sufor a certifiedveterandependent
by California ficienttocoverthe costsof attendance,
Department
ofVeteran
Affairsneedtocometo
the Financial
Aid Officeand bringoneof the
Loansare only to be used for educational
followingpiecesofdocumentation:
purposes;
theymust be repaidwith interest,
andareusuallybasedstrictlyon need.Studentswho requestloansmaybe denied.The
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PROGRAMS
INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS
ChaffeyCollegewelcomesstudentsfrom all
over the world. Over250 studentsfrom 57
countriesare enrolledat ChaffeyCollegeand
providecultural enrichmentto the college
community. An internationalstudent is
definedasa studentwho hasenteredtheUnited Statestemporarilyand solelyfor the purposeofstudy,and hasa permanent
residence
in anothercountrythat he/shehasno intention
of abandoning.Theseindividualsmust go to
the International
StudentOfficein WarginHall
181 on the Rancho CucamongaCampus
beforestartingthe registrationprocess.Individualson a B1/B2Visitor'sVisa may not
enrollin classesat ChaffeyCollege,however,
prospective
studentsholdinganytypeof Visa
may obtaininformationfromthe International
StudentOffice.
_[Chaffey College
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
A varietyof servicesare providedto internationalstudents,includingacademicguidance,
F-1 Visa/Immigrationcounselingand information,careerdevelopment,housing/homestay referrals, and many other services
gearedto meetthe specificneedsof internationalstudentsattendingChaffeyCollege.
A mandatory medical insurance program
requiresall internationalstudentspurchasea
medicalplan. Medicalinsuranceis included
as a mandatoryfee, requiringpaymentprior
to registeringfor classes.Failureto obtain
insurancewill result in delaysor holds for
registrationandthe releaseof officialrecords,
The InternationalStudentOfficeis locatedin
WarginHall Room181 on the RanchoCucamongaCampus.Applicationsand information
regardingadmissionsand servicesare availableat theoffice andon Chaffey'swebsite:
(www.chaffey.edu/international).
UsualOfficeHoursAre:
Monday-Friday
7:30a.m.to 4:30p.m.
Forappointmentsand informationregarding
the program,studentsmay call the International Student Officeat (909) 941-2147 or
(909)
941-2352,
or e-mail
at
intlstudents@chaffey.edu.For information
regarding immigration and residency,call
(909)941-2143.
TranscriptEvaluationfor ForeignStudents:
ChaffeyCollegeacceptsthe followingTranscript EvaluationServicesfor foreign students:
• Academicand ProfessionalInternational
Evaluations,
Inc.
• AcademicCredentials
Evaluation
Institute
• AmericanEducationResearch
Corporation
(AERC)
• Educational
Credential
Evaluators,
inc.
• Educational
RecordsEvaluationService
• Institutefor International
Credentials
EvaluationatCSUFresno
• International
EducationResearchFoundation, inc.(IERF)
TheVeteransAdministration(VA) specifies
a minimum load for educational benefits
(theseapply to full term classesonly; see
VeteransCertifyingOfficialfor information
regardingshort-termclasses):
FALLANDSPRING
12 unitsor more
9-11units
6-8 units
Lessthan6 units
STATUS
Full-timeStudent
3/4time Student
1/2time Student
Lessthanhalftime
SUMMER:Unitrequirements(seeVeteran's
officerin AdmissionsandRecords)
All veterans and eligible dependentswho
wish to receive VA educational benefits
whileattendingChaffeyCollegearerequired
to meet with a counselor for a Veteran's
ProgramCheck. Officialtranscripts of all
previouscollegework must be availableat
the timeofthis meeting.
If the gradepoint averageof a studentwho
is receiving VA educational benefits is
below the graduation requirementof 2.0,
the student will not be certified for VA
educational benefits until his or her
academic status is restored to good
standing. Students with CPA'sless than
2.0may be certifiedfor one semesterunder
probationarystatus. The student may be
certifiedfor up to two terms on probation,
provided the student has shown marked
improvement upon completion of the
probationary term as defined in the
Conditionsfor Improvement. If after the
second probationary term the student's
cumulativegrade pointaveragedoes not
meetthe graduationrequirement
of 2.0, the
student will not be certified until the
Conditions of Re-entry for Students
ReceivingVA EducationalBenefitshave
beenmet.
Conditions for Improvement: If the
student'sprobationaryterm grade point
averageis 2.0 or above,the student may
be certifiedfor an additionalprobationary
term, even if the cumulativegrade point
averagedoes not yet meetthe graduation
requirement
of 2.0.
regardto attendanceand academicrequirementsbyChaffeyCollege.
• Military Credit
A veteran may request credit for military
scienceand tactics. If this is approved,the
studentmaybe granted2 semesterunitsof
electivecredittowardsgraduationfor every
180days of activeservice(includingbasic
training),to a maximumof 8 semesterunits
(E.C. 78230). Military credit does not
excludethe studentfrom meetingphysical
educationrequirementsat ChaffeyCollege.
A copy of the DD214or otherofficialdocuments must be submitted to the Admissionsand RecordsOfficeto verifylengthof
serviceand honorabledischarge.
Electivecredit towardgraduationfrom Chaffey
Collegefor serviceschools completedwhile
serving in the Armed Forces,Armed Forces
Reserve,or National Guard may also be
requested.A separaterequestfor evaluation
mustbe submittedfor eachschoolcompleted
andexactinformationmustbeprovidedto completea properevaluationandverifycompletion
of serviceschooltraining. A maximumof 15
semesterunits for basictraining plus service
schoolscompletedmaybegrantedto aveteran
towardgraduationfrom ChaffeyCollege.
PROJECT
SECOND
CHANCE
ProjectSecondChanceis asupportprogramfor
individualswho did not graduatefrom high
schoolandwantto continuetheireducationat
ChaffeyCollege.Formoreinformation,contact
the Counseling
Department
at (909)941-2116
or(909)941-2109.
PUENTEPROJECT
Anoutgrowthof the PuenteProjectfoundedin
1981 at Chabot College in Hayward, the
PuenteProjectis designed
to provideindividualassistance
to studentsinterestedin transferringto four-yearcollegesanduniversities.
Puentestudentsare providedwith intensive
Englishinstruction,
focusedpersonal
counseling, introductorytours of UC and Cal State
campuses,and helpful personalmentoring.
Every elementis an essentialpart of the
Puenteexperience.
Note:Creditsfrom an evaluationserviceare
countedas earnedcreditsonly. Gradepoint
averagesfrom foreign institutionsare not
includedonthe Chaffeyacademictranscript,
Forspecificinformation,contactthe AdmissionsandRecordsOffice.
VETERANS
Veteransor otherstudentseligiblefor chapter
benefitsshouldapplyfor thosebenefitsinthe
Admissions
andRecordsOffice.
CATALOG
2005-2006
Conditions of Re-entry for Students
ReceivingVA EducationalBenefits: The
student will be granted re-entry for the
purposesof VA educationalbenefits after
the studenthas restoredhis or her grade
pointaverageto thegraduationrequirement
of2.0.
• ProgramChan0es
Veteransandeligibledependents
are consideredthe sameas all otherstudentsin
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Prospective
studentsmustbe eligiblefor English450 at the time of application,
and must
writean essaydescribingtheiracademicand
careergoals,and how participation
in Puente
wouldassistintheirsuccess.Applications
and
essaysareevaluatedby the PuenteProgram
faculty,who select30 studentseachyearfor
participation
inthe program.
More informationand application
forms are
availablein the CounselingDepartmentat the
I_jChaffey College
Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
RanchoCucamongaCampus.PuenteProject
contactsare ProfessorsLauraHopeat (909)
466-2818and Monica Bustosat (909) 9412697.
schoolswithin the ChaffeyCollegeDistrict
or canbe downloadedfrom our websiteand
submitted in person to any of the Chaffey
Collegesites,
HIGHSCHOOL
PLUSPROGRAM
College through the High School Plus
Programto pursueadvancedscholastic or
High school students may
enrollmust
at Chaffey
vocationaleducation.
Students
have
completedthe ninthgrade,havea minimum
2.0 overallGPA,and havetheir high school
principal's(or designee's)recommendation,
Gradeleveland GPAentrancerequirements
may bechangedat anytime at thediscretion
of the college,
High school students must submit an
Applicationfor Admission for High School
Students,with all necessarysignatures,each
term. All new high school students must
complete assessment, orientation, and
counselingprior to their initial enrollmentat
ChaffeyCollege.
Enrollment,health,and collegeservicefees
are waived for high school students who
reside in and/orattend a school within the
_j
_._
HONORSPROGRAM
offers
enriching
experiencesto improve
_.
The
Honors education,
Program
the qualityof
HONORS
CHAFFEYCOLLEGE
PROGRAM
provide challenges,and
motivate academically
talented studentswho strive for advanced
academicachievementtoward established
long-rangeeducationalgoals. Studentsare
offered courses with particular rigor and
subjectenrichment,along with opportunities
for involvement in service activities,
Additionally,these students may be given
guaranteed transfer priority to those
colleges with articulated agreementswith
Chaffey.Transcripts of graduating honors
students document that students have
earnedhonorscredits-- recordsare highly
regarded by any accredited college or
university.ChaffeyCollegehas articulated
Honors Program agreements with UCI,
UCLA, UCR, UCSC, San Diego State
• Submissionof "Intentto CompleteHonors
TransferProgram"form.
• Communityserviceand enrichmentactivities.
Affiliation
HonorsCouncil,the WesternRegionalHonors
Council,andthe HonorsTransferCouncil. Phi
Chaffey
is a memberofthe
NationalCollegiate
Theta Kappa
is the national
student honor
societyavailablefor manyhonorsstudents.
COOPERATIVE
EDUCATION
(WORKEXPERIENCE)
CooperativeEducation/WorkExperienceprovides students with the opportunity to use
theirpart-time,full-time,or internshipposition
to earnelectivecredit. On-campuswork-study
positionsalsoqualify.Studentsobtain practical on-the-job experience and knowledge
relatedto their careeror educationalgoals.
Studentsgain an understandingof the relationship betweenclassroom theory and the
world of work and improvetheir careerdevelopmentskills and their employmentopportunities whileenrolledin CooperativeEducation.
Underthe supervisionof collegefaculty and
the job supervisor,students preparea jobrelatedlearningagreementwhich servesasa
guide to their CooperativeEducationexperience.
Chaffey College District. High school
students who reside in California, but
outsideof the ChaffeyCollegeDistrict, must
pay residentenrollment,health,and college
servicefees. Highschool studentsclassified
as non-residents of California (for tuition
purposes) and/or the United States must
alsopayout-of-statetuition fees.
University, Occidental College, Pitzer
College,PomonaCollege,ChapmanCollege,
and PepperdineUniversity.
Criteriafor Enrollment
Highschool GPAof 3.25 or collegeGPA
of 3.00 afterthe minimumof 12 unitsof
transferablecourses,
ChaffeyCollegeofferstwo types of Cooperative Educationprograms:CareerField Studies requiresthe student'sjob be relatedto
their declaredmajor,andGeneralWorkExpe-
High schoolstudentsare consideredto be
part timestudentsand assucharelimitedto
11 units per semester. There are no
exceptions
to thispolicy,
Plusoneof thefollowing:
• Twolettersof reference
from highschool
rienceis for studentswhosejobis notrelated
to theirmajor.TheCooperative
Education
staff
Home schooled students must have
signatureof schoolaffiliate.Homeschooled
studentswhoare not ableto obtaina school
affiliatesignaturemustachievethe following
scores in each area of the Chaffey
assessmenttest: Reading55, English 60,
Arithmetic 34. If the precedingscores are
not achieved,the studentmay not retakethe
test untilthe followingsemester.Contactthe
CounselingDepartmentfor information on
the assessmenttestat (909)941-2116.
•
For more information on the High School
Plus Programor to requestan application,
pleasecontactthe Admissionsand Records
Officeat (909) 941-2600or the Directorof
High SchoolRelationsat (909) 477-2952.
Applicationscan be submitted online by
visiting the Chaffey College website at
(www.chaffey.edu) and choosing the
Application and Registration link.
Applications
are alsoavailableat localhigh
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•
°
•
•
or collegefacultymemberswhichaddress
a student'sacademic
abilitiesandrnotivation.
offersan entirelistof careerexplorationseminarseachsemester.
CombinedSATscoreof l 000or above,or
ACTscoreof 26.
Successfulcompletionof two Chaffey
honorscourseswith gradesof A or B,or
completionof threeadvancedplacement
classesin highschool.
Evidenceof specialcompetenceor creativity.
Nomination by a Chaffey faculty
member.
TheCooperative
Education
Officeis locatedin
CampusCenterEast (CCE)on the Rancho
CucamongaCampus,co-locatedwiththe StudentEmploymentOfficewithinStudentActivities. Studentsmay contactthe Cooperative
EducationOfficeat (909) 941-2499to schedulean appointmentor to obtainofficehours.
Criteriafor Fulfillmentof
HonorsProgram
• GPAof 3.00intransferable
courses.
• GPAof3.00in honorscourses.
• Completionof 18 semesterunits in
ChaffeyHonorsProgram(up to 6
unitsmaybe accepted
from another
institution).
• Completion
of AssociateDegree,or
fulfillmentof admissionsrequirementsto a 4-yearinstitution.
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Admission,
Registration,
andFinancial
Aid
STUDY
ABROADPROGRAM
ChaffeyCollegeis
dedicatedto helping our
studentsexperiencelife as membersof the
globalcommunity.Studyingabroadexposes
participantsto differentcultures, languages,
and
people.
students
abroad
gain aChaffey
perspective
of thewho
worldstudy
that
cannot be realizedthrough domestic study
alone.
Their livesnew
andexperiences
minds areand
forever
enrichedthrough
new
friendships,
ChaffeyCollegeoffers
a host of short-term
and
semester-longstudyabroadprograms
to
destinations
acrossthe globe.Fromthe
classic academicprogramofferinga
selectionof
generaleducationcoursestaught by Chaffey
faculty at foreign institutions, to shorter
focusedtravelprogramsin art, theatre,history, and language,Chaffeyhasa studyabroad
programfor just abouteveryone,
All ChaffeyCollegestudy abroad programs
aredesignedfor participantsto receiveacademiccredit.Whethertheyare offeredas partof
extendedsemesterabroador asshorterterm
programs,all coursesare part of the Chaffey
Collegecurriculumandtaughtby ChaffeyCollegefaculty,
EEONOIVilC
DrVI:LOPMI:NT
COMMUNITY
EDUCATION
AND
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
WORKFORCE
PREPARATION
PROGRAM
The Workforce PreparationProgram provides short-termtrainingprogramsthat lead
to employment.Supportiveservicesoffered
through this program include: career and
educationalcounseling, work study, CalWORKswork study, job development,job
placement,mentoringand internshipopportunities,andchild careservicesfor students
who are receivingCalWORKs.
This program
is specificallydesignedto assist students
movefrom low-wageemploymentand welfare to self-sustainingwagesand self-suffi-
ChaffeyCollegeendeavorsto serveour community by providing continuingeducation
opportunitiesas wellas personalandprofessignaldevelopmentclassesthroughour Cornmunity Education and Professional
DevelopmentProgram. These fee-based
classesare designedto respondto community interestsand to assist our region'seconomic development by strengthening
work-relatedskills. CurrentCommunityEducationand ProfessionalDevelopmentSchedule of Classesare availableon the college's
website at (www.chaffey.edu). For further
information,pleasecall(909)477-2955.
ciencythrougheducationand training. This
programis alsothe campuscontactfor specially funded training programs including
WIA (Workforce Investment Ace), TRA
(TradeReadjustmentAct) and WlB (Workforce InvestmentBoard)grants. Pleasecall
CONTRACT
EDUCATION
ChaffeyCollegeis pleasedto offercustomized
training to meet the needsof businessand
industrywithin thecommunity.ContractEdu-
(909)477-2943for additionalinformation,
Formoreinformation,contactthe Officeofthe
Deanof Visual,Performing,and Communication Artsat (909) 477-8633.
cation
servicesare
in line
with the
Community
Colleges'
mission
to California
advance
economicgrowth,enhanceemployeeperformanceand increasethereturnon investment
for area businessand industry,from large
corporationsto the small businessentrepreneur. Instructorsare experienced,
with excellent credentials. Programsare low cost and
aretailoredto businessneeds.Trainingtypicallytakesplaceat the businesssite and can
be arrangedaround businessschedules(all
shifts; all days). Consultingservices and
needsassessmentsarealsoavailable.Please
call(909) 941-2730for further information.
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CATALOG
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College
I_
"=y_ChafC^'"
ACADEMIC
INFORMATION
DEFINITIONS
CATALOG
RIGHTS/MATRICULATION
Requirements
shownin this catalogapplyto
any studententering(matriculating)Chaffey
CollegeduringtheFall2005,Spring2006,or
Summer2006 terms. Catalogrights apply
only to the coursescomprisingthe General
Educationrequirements.Otherrequirements
such as minimum grade point averagefor
admissionto a program,courseprerequisites
and corequisites,textbooks,course content,
software,etc., may changeovertime at the
discretionofthe college,
UNITOFCREDIT
TheCalifornia
StateEducation
Codedefinesa
collegeunitof creditas approximately
one
hour of classplus two hoursof studyper
week,or three hoursof laboratoryperweek,
carriedthroughtheterm.
HOURS AND UNITS OF CREDIT
Hours
Unitof
Class
perweek Credit
Lecture
1
1
Laboratory
3
1
Independent
Study
1
1
Self-paced
3
1
Studio
2
1
WorkExperience*
5
1
*Oneunitcreditfor workexperience
is awardedonthebasis
of 16Ohoursunpaid/175hourspaidintemshipper term.
UNITLOAD
Thenumberof unitsa studentenrollsin each
semester.Anaverageof 15 unitseachsemister is necessary
for a studentto progressat a
rate which may lead to graduationin four
semesters
(twoyears),
To be considereda full-time student,a studentmustcarry a minimumof 12 units per
semester,
ENGLISH
COURSE
LIMIT
A studentmaycountonlyoneEnglishcourse
below English1A (i.e., one levelbelow the
first transfer level composition course)
towardanA.A.orA.S, degree,
UNITCONVERSION-QUARTER
TO
SEMESTER
The ratioof quarterto semesterunitis 3:2.
Use the followingconversiontableto comparequarterwithsemesterunits.
CATALOG
2005-2006
Quarter
1
2
3
4
5
90*
Semester
0.67
1.33
2.00
2.67
3.33
60*
*Minimum
units
required
for
associate
degree
/
juniorstatus
atthe
university,
PREREQUISITE
A course (or qualification)neededbeforea
student may register for a subsequent
course.See"Limitationson Enrollment"sictionfor moreinformationon prerequisites,
COREQUISITE
A coursewhich mustbe takenat the same
timeasanothercourse.
LIMITATION
ONENROLLMENT
A non-courserequirementfor entry intoa
courseor educational
program.See"Limitationson Enrollment"sectionfor moreinformation,
ADVISORY
A conditionof enrollmentthat a studentis
advised,but not required,to meetbeforeor
in conjunctionwith enrollmentin a courseor
educational program (Title 5, Section
55200).
ATTENDANCE
AND
PARTICIPATION
GENERAL
Ideally,studentsareexpected
toattendevery
meetingof every classfor which they are
enrolled.In general,however,no universal
requirement
is made.relative
to theminimum
number of classes which studentsmust
attend.Thereis,however,a universalexpectationthat studentswill make reasonable
progresstoward successfullearning.
Instructorsmaydevelopspecificpoliciesand
proceduresrelated
to attendance
andparticipationfortheirindividual
classes.
Thesepollcies and proceduresare distributed to
students,in writing,at the beginningof the
term, and it is expectedthat studentswill
adhereto thestandardssetforth,
FIRSTCLASSMEETING
Studentsare requiredto attendthe first
meetingofeachclassinwhichtheyare registired ortheymaybedroppedfromthe class,
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NOTE: Please remember, it is a student's
responsibilityto drop or withdraw from
classesin whichtheyareregisteredbutcannotattend.
ABSENCE
FROMCLASS
The studentis responsiblefor completionof
the requiredassignments.Should a student
find it necessaryto beabsentfrom class,heor
she should make arrangementswith the
instructor,beforetheabsence,to completeall
assignmentsfor the class missed. It is an
instructor'soptionto providemakeupquizzes,
examinations,lectures, or lab work missed
dueto absence.
DISTANCE
EDUCATION
ChaffeyCollegeoffersanextensive
courselisting of DistanceEducationclasses.Distance
Educationclassesare online coursesthat
allow a studentto attendclass anytimeand
anywhere,whereverthe studenthasaccessto
a computerwith internetcapabilities.
Hybrid
coursesare a combination
of on campusand
onlineinstruction.Studentswill meeton campuson the designateddaysandtimes,as well
as receiveinstructiononline.
DistanceEducationcoursesare academically
equivalentto on campuscourses,taught by
distinguishedChaffeyfaculty, and can fulfill
general education, elective, and/or major
requirements,with someclassestransferable
tofour-yearinstitutions.
Formoreinformation,contacttheChaffeyCollegeDistanceEducationofficeat (909) 4778556 or visitthe ChaffeyCollegewebsiteat
(www.chaffey.edu/onlineed).
FINALEXAMINATIONS
Finalexaminationhoursand datesare publishedinthe ScheduleofClasses.Finalexaminationsfor short-term classes are given
duringthe lastclass meetingor duringfinals
weekaspublishedinthe schedule
ofclasses.
The establishedfinal examinationschedule
cannotbechangedwithoutapprovalfromthe
VicePresidentofInstruction.
Studentsmaypetitionto takea finalexaminationata non-scheduled
timedueto exceptional
circumstances.Petitionformsareavailablein
each school office,and must includethe
instructor's
approval
andsignature.
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College
Academic
Information
HONORS
RECOGNITION
Scholasticachievement,leadership,service,
andcharacterare recognized
byChafteyCollegethrougha varietyof honorsandawards.
Themajority of theseare sponsoredby college and campusorganizations;however,a
number are made possible by community
organizationsand interestedcitizens,
HONORLISTS
Twoscholastichonorlistsarepreparedeach
fallandspringsemester.
ExemplaryAchievement
List:
Students
whocomplete
a standard
seinester witha 4.00 GPAin12 or moredegree
applicableunits,
Dean'sHonorList:
Studentswhocomplete
a standardsemester witha 3.50 GPAin 12 or moredegree
applicableunits.
Studentsin eachcategoryreceivea Certificate
of Merit for their achievementfrom the Office
of StudentActivities.
STUDENTHONORSOCIE!3f,.
Honorstudentsmaybecomemembersof Phi
ThetaKappa andmaygraduatewith honors.
TABLEOFNONTRADITIONAL
CREDIT
CREDIT
PERCENTILE MAXIMUM
SOURCES
OF
ACCEPTED SCALEDSCORE,
CREDIT
NONTRADITIONAL
CREDIT
YES
NO
ORMINIMUM
ACCEPTED
College
Entrance
Examination
Board
(CEEB)
X
' _
3,4,5
NOMAXlMUM
Advanced
Placement
(AP)Examinations*
Military-sponsoredprograms:
a. USAFI
college-level
courses
(DANTES)
X
BYPETITION NOMAXIMUM
b. Community
College
oftheAirForce
X
IRADED
COURSE_NOMAXIMUM
Creditrecommendations
oftheACE
Guide
to
Evaluation
ofEducational
Experience
inthe
Armed
Services:
a.Military
Service
X
BYPETITION
8 UNITS
b.Approved
Academic
Service
Schools
X
BYPETITION
7 UNITS
College-Level
Examination
Program
(CLEP)
general
examinations*
a.English
Composition
X
b.Humanities
X
50
6 UNITS
c.Mathematics
X
50
6 UNITS
d.Natural
Sciences
X
50
6 UNITS
e.Social
Sciences
X
50
6 UNITS
College-level
Examination
Program
(CLEP)
LIMITED
subject
examinations
*@
International
Colleges
andUniversities
'
DETERMINED
BY "
"
[Evaluation
byapproved
agency
required]
X
EVALUATION NOMAXIMUM
Colleges
orUniversities
without
I_egJonal
X
k
Accreditation
Religious
coursework/sectarian
examination
for successful
completionof
this examinationmust
forward
official
test resultsto theCharleyCollegeAdmissionsandRecordsOffice.
PRIOREXPERIENCE
Registeredstudents who have substantial
priorexperience
inthecontentof college-level
coursesand whocanpresentevidencemay 3. EnglishEquivalency
Examination
ofthe
petitionto receivecreditfor courseslistedin
CaliforniaStateUniversity
(EEEof the
the collegecatalogwhichare approvedfor
CSU)
CreditbyExamination.
Therearefouroptions:
ChaffeyCollegerecognizesthe English
Equivalency
Examinationof CSU. Stu-
CATALOG
2005-2006
_
"
@See
Counse/or
forcredit
forspecific
area
genera/education
requirement
HONORSATGRADUATION
Studentswith a cumulative3.50 GPAor
1. CollegeEntranceExamination
Board
aboveindegreeapplicableunitswillgraduate
(CEEB)
with honors.GPAfor Honorsat Graduation
ChaffeyCollegerecognizes
theAdvanced
(listedin commencement
ceremonybooklet)
PlacementProgram of the College
iscomputedaftertheFallsemester
gradesare
EntranceExaminationBoard.Students
recordedonthetranscript,
whohavecompleted
thecourseworkand
testingin highschoolmaybeeligiblefor
VALEDICTORIAN
creditbyexamination.
To be eligiblefor selectionas valedictorian,
studentsmusthaveearneda cumulative
4.00 2. CollegeLevelExamination
Program
GPAindegreeapplicableunitsandhavecorn(CLEP)
pleteda minimumof 12 degreeapplicable
ChaffeyCollegerecognizesthe College
unitseachterm,exceptthe firstterm in colLevelExamination
BoardTestin General
legemaybefewerthan12 units.
Examinations
(exceptfor EnglishComposition) and most SubjectExaminations.
Studentswhowish to receivecredit by
CREDIT
BYEXAMINATION
X
*Seecounselorforspecificsubjectexaminationcredit
18
dents who wish to receivecredit by
examinationfor English 1A and 1C
throughsuccessfulcompletionof this
examination
mustforwardofficialresults
to the ChafteyCollegeEnglishDepartment and theAdmissions
and Records
Office.
4. ChaffeyCollegeTesting
Anycourselistedin the coursedescriptionsectionof the ChaffeyCollegecatalogbearingthedesignation
(Cx)afterthe
coursetitlemay bechallenged
forcredit
by examination
withthe consentof the
instructorin theappropriate
administrative unit andafter admissionseligibility
criteriaare
met.A department
(discipline
area)mayestablisha
limit on thenumber
of coursesthat may be challengedfor
creditbyexamination.Contactthe subjectareaDean'sofficefor moreinformation.Creditbyexamination
is subjectto
thefollowingregulations:
{_Chaf_y College
Academic
Information
a) TheChaffeyCommunityCollegeDistrict will grant creditto anystudent
who satisfactorily
passesan examinationin accordance
with the credit
by examinationpolicyand procedure.Suchcreditwillbegrantedonly
to a studentwho is registeredinthe
ChaffeyCommunityCollegeDistrict;
who has earnedat least12 unitsof
creditfromChaffeyCollege;
whois in
goodstanding(cumulative
GPA2.0);
whohasmetallcourseprerequisites;
who has not previouslyreceiveda
gradefor thecourse;whois notcurrentlyenrolledin the course;and
onlyfora courselistedinthecollege
catalogthatspecifiesit maybe challengedthroughthe creditby examinationpolicy,
b) Units earned through credit by
examinationshall not be counted
toward the 18-unit residency
requirement
for graduation,
OFFICIAL
EVALUATION
OFCREDIT
COMPLETED
ATOTHERSCHOOLS
Studentswho havecompletedcourseworkat
other institutionsandwishto obtaina degree
or certificatefrom ChaffeyCollegeor transfer
to a CSUorUC,may requestanofficialevaluationthroughthe CounselingDepartment.
The
officialevaluation
will be completedonceall
officialtranscriptsarereceived,
AUDITING
Pursuantto EducationCode76370, it is the
policyof the districtto providestudentswho
are otherwise qualifiedto enroll in credit
coursesanopportunityto auditspecificcredit
courses.An auditingfee of $15.00perunit is
charged.Auditingmaybe requestedafterthe
lateapplication
periodis over. Notallclasses
are auditableand thereare specificrequiremints that must be met in order to audita
course. Additional informationis available
fromtheAdmissionsandRecordsOffice.
GRADECHANGES
FINALGRADES
Gradesgivenfor any courseare determined
by the instructor,and in the absenceof mistake,fraud,badfaith,error,or incompetency,
arefinal.Thestudenthastwo years,viaa petitionprocess,followingthesemesterin which
thegradewasrecordedtorequesta changeof
grade.Afterthetwo-yearlimit,thegradeis no
longersubjectto change.
Ifa gradehasbeenincorrectly
entered
onastudent'spermanent
recordduringcomputersirvicesprocedures,
theerrorwillbecorrected.
Withdrew/Unofficially/Withdrew
Passing(W/
U/WP) gradeswereauthorized
bythecatalog
from the 1939-40 school year through the
1969-70 school year. These gradeswill be
changedto W (Withdrew)on the student's
permanentrecordpriorto the releaseof the
transcript.Nogradepointaveragecomputationpenaltyisassociated
withthe Wgrade.
c) There is a $25 fee for credit by
examination
testing.
It is the policyof ChaffeyCollegethat only
unitcreditis grantedupon successfulcornpletion of any of the four options offered
above. A gradeof CRwill be issued,whichis
equivalentto a C or bettergrade. No letter
grade is assigned; no grade points are
assigned;thus, it is not computedin the
gradepointaverage.
GRADES
ANDGRADE
POINTAVERAGES
The cumulative grade point average (GPA) is computed by dividing the total
number of units a student hasattempted into the total number of grade points
the student has earned:
Total grade points earned
= Grade Point Average (GPA)
Total units attempted
CREDIT
FORTRANSFER
WORK
GRANTING
OFCREDIT
Creditfor college-level
coursescompleted
at
otheraccredited
education
institutions
will be
evaluated
uponreceiptof anofficialtranscript
and completionof a Requestfor Unit Evaluation form in the Admissionsand Records
Office.Fullunitcreditnormallywill begranted.
Further informationregardingthe following
may be obtainedfrom the Admissionsand
RecordsOffice:
1. United States Armed Forces Institute
(USAFI)
2.
3.
4.
5.
Universityof CaliforniaExtension
Out-of-statecollegesand universities
Nursingschools
Foreigncollegesanduniversities
6. Correspondence
courses
7. Militaryexperience
8. Privatecolleges
Attempted
Completed
5 Units
5 Units
4 Units
4 Units
3 Units
3 Units
2 Units
1 Unit
Example:
2 Units
1 Unit
Grade
Multiply
GradePoints
A+/A(4 points)
5x 4 =
A-(3.7 points)
5 x 3.7 =
18.5
B+(3.3points)
B (3 points)
4 x 3.3 =
4x 3 =
13.2
12
13-(2.7points)
C+(2.3points)
4 x 2.7 =
3 x 2.3 =
10.8
6.9
C(2 points)
3x 2 =
D+(1.3points)
D(1 point)
2 x 1.3=
2x 1=
2.6
2
D- (.7points)
2 x .7=
1.4
F(0 points)
0x 0 =
0
20
6
40 gradepointsearned = 2.66GPA
15 unitsattempted
Unitsfor whichsymbolsof W,MW,CR,NC,I, IP,or RDareassignedare not countedin units
attempted.Gradesearnedin non-degreecredit courses(numbered500-599)arenot
includedin thestudents'degreeapplicablegradepointaverage.
CATALOG
2005-2006
19
f_Chaffey College
Academic
Information
MEANINGOFGRADESYMBOLS
Gradesarebaseduponthe qualityof a student'sworkincreditclasseswithintheframework
ofthe college'sphilosophy,academicstandards,andstateregulations.
Grades, grade points awarded, and symbols used by Chaffey College are as follows:
Grade
Points
A+,A
A- .
B+
B
BC+
C
0+
4.00
3.70
3.30
3.00
2.70
2.30
2.00
1.30
RD
MW
0
0
Definition
Not permitted.
Notpermitte_&
Notpermitted.
Notpermitted.
Not permitted.
Notpermitted.
_
.
._ .
Notpermitted.
....
Permitte&0riginaJb wii|l'emainbutwill notbe
computed
D
1.00
Passing,lessthansatisfactory
Permitted.OriginalDwill remainbut will notbe
computed.
" D" 0.7--0- " I_assing,|essthansatisfactory
......
Permitted.originaJb-w_firemainbu-twill notbe
computed.
-F
-0
Failing........
Permitted.OriginalF will remainbutwill not be computed.
- (;R
" " 0 -Credit;At leastsatisfactory.0nits awardedare-notcounte-d.... Not pei_mitted
- ..................
in GPA.(Onlyassignedfor coursewith CR/NCdesignation
....
andcreditby exam)......
NC
0
Nocredit. Studentdid notfulfill academicrequirements
Peimitted.0iiginal NC-willremainbutWilinotbe
of course(Onlyassignedfor coursewith CR/NCdesignation.) computed.
W
.... 0
..... Withdrawal.Assignedfor stuclentswho0fficially
Permitted_OriginalW will remainbutwi-IInotbe
withdrawfrom a classbetween30%-75%for course,
computed.
FW
" 0 .......
UnofficialWithdrawallAssignedfor studentswho
Permitted.OriginalFWwill remainbut will notbe
do notcompletetheclassandwho do notwithdraw,
computed.
I
0
Incomplete.Inc0mpleteacademicwork dueto unforeseeable Not permitted........
emergencyandjustifiablereasonsattheendof theterm.
Studentsdo not re-enrollin theclassbut makearrangement
with the instructorto completecourseworkand receivea
final grade.Courseworkmustbe completedwithin oneyear
or the I gradewill defaultto an alternategradeindicatedby
the instructor(usuallysubstandard).
Ie
0
In progress.GradeawaitscompletionOfcoursework .....
Permitted.OriginalIe Willremainbutwill not be
"
whichextendsbeyondendof term.Studentsmustre-enroll
computed.Theappropriateevaluativegradeand unit
in theclassthefollowing semester.TheIP maybeassigned creditwill beassignedandwill appearonthe student's
onlyonetimefor eachclass. Courseworkmustbecompleted permanentrecordfor theterm whenthecoursewas
thefollowing semesteror theIPgradewill defaultto an
completed.
alternategradeindicatedbytheinstuctor(usuallysubstandard).
(ATALOG
2005-2006
Excellent
_ Excellent
Good
Good
. _
Good
Satisfactory........
Satisfactory
Passing,lessthansatisfactory
Policy for Repeating Course with this Grade
.....
Reportdelayed.
Militarywithdrawal.Studentswh0 receivemilita_/orders
compellingwithdrawalfrom classesmay bepermittedto
withdrawat anytimeduringa term with noadverseimpact
on academicrecordsor enrollmentstatus. Uponverification
of suchorders,the MWsymbolshallbe assigned,and upon
request,enrollmentfeeswill be refunded.
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Not permitted. _
........
Permitted.OriginalMWwill remainbutwill notbe
computednor countedin progressprobationand
dismissalcalculations
[_Chaffey College
Academic
Information
CHANGES
PROGRAM
ADDS
Registeredstudentsmay add oneor more
coursesto theirschedules
duringlateregistration. Open-entry,open-exit,and shorttermclassesmay be addedup to the 14th
weekof the fall/springterm. Addscannotbe
processed
bymail.
DROPSORWITHDRAWAL
Dropsor withdrawalsmust be donein the
Admissionsand RecordsOffice.A student
maydrop or withdraw,or be droppedby an
instructor,only before75% completionof a
class. Studentsmaynot drop or be dropped
by an instructorafter 75% completionof a
class,and the instructor must issuea grade
beyondthis point,
A studentwhodropsa classor isdroppedby
aninstructoronor priorto 30% ofthecourse
or the fourth week (whicheveris less),will
receiveno entryon thestudent'spermanent
recordfor thatclass. However,thestudentis
still responsiblefor paymentoffees.
A studentwho dropsa classor is droppedby
an instructorafter30% of thecourse,and on
or before75% of thecourse,will receivea W
gradefor that class.
Studentsmay be droppedfor lack of attendanceor for "good cause"as definedin the
EducationCode,Article3, Section76033.
STUDENTS SHOULD NOT RELY ON
INSTRUCTORS
TO DROPOR WITHDRAW
THEM.Failureto officiallydrop or withdraw
bythedrop deadlinemayresultin theassignmentof an F(Failing)or FW(UnofficialWithdrawal)grade.Dropsor withdrawalscannot
be processedby mail.
COURSE
REPETITION
AUTHORIZATION
FORREPETITION
Courserepetition is allowedunder certain
circumstances:
A. Eachrepeatablecoursemustbe identifled inthecollegecatalog,
B. Eachidentifiedcourseis one in which
course contentdifferseach time it is
offered,and eachstudentwho repeats
the courseis gaininganexpandededucationalexperiencefor one of the two
followingreasons:
1. Skillsor proficiencies
areenhanced
by supervisedrepetitionand practicewithinclassperiods;
CATALOG
2005.2006
2 Active participatoryexperiencein
individualstudy or group assignmentsisthe basicmeansby which
learningobjectivesare obtained,
A studentmaynotrepeata coursefor which
he or she has receivedan "1" (incomplete)
grade.A studenthas one (1) year to completean"1"grade.Whenthe "1"gradeis reconciled,the above policiesare in effect,
Courseworkmust be completedwithinone
year,or the "1"gradewill defaultto analternategradeindicatedby theinstructor(usually substandard).
A studentattemptingto earn a satisfactory
grade in a coursefor which he or she has
receivedan "IP" (In Progress)grade must
enrollfor that coursein the subsequentterm
(excludingsummer). Courseworkmust be
completedthefollowingsemesteror the "IP"
gradewill defaultto an alternategradeindicated by the insturctor (usually substandard). "IP" grades are most commonly
issued for open-entry/open-exitcourses,
courseswhichare skills basedand wherea
studentmakingsatisfactoryprogresshasnot
yet masteredthe requiredskillsto complete
the courserequirement,or team-sportsthat
haveseasonsthat overlapsemesters.
A studentmaypetitionto repeata coursethat
is notdesignatedas repeatable
in which heor
shehasreceiveda satisfactorygradeof A,A-,
B+, B, B-, C+,C, or CR,whenthat student's
levelof competencyin that coursehasdiminishedovera periodof time. Themost recent
gradewill beconsideredan unofficialrepeat,
therefore,units and grade points earnedin
the latestrepetitionof the coursewill not be
usedin calculationsof unitesearnedor grade
point average. Studentsmay also repeata
coursein whichhe or sheearneda satisfactory gradewhensuchrepetitionis necessary
for the studentto meet a legallymandated
trainingrequirementasaconditionofcontinued paid or volunteeremployment. Each
repeatunderthis designation
will be consideredan official repeat,thereforeunits and
gradepointsearnedwill be usedin calculations of unitsearnedandgrade pointaverages. Studentsmust petitionto retakea
coursepriorto registration.
COURSE
REPETITION
FORSUBSTANDARD
GRADES
Studentsmay repeata courseto removea
substandard
gradefromhisor hergradepoint
average computationat Chaffey College,
whetherthatgradewasreceived
at Chaffeyor
at anotheraccredited
institution.
A substandardgradeisD+,D, D-,F,FW,or NC.
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Studentswho haveattempteda coursetwo
(2) times and have receiveda substandard
gradefor eachattemptmustpetitionto enroll
in the coursefor any subsequentattempts.
Petitionsarenotautomatically
approved;they
areevaluated
on a case-by-case
basisby the
deanof the subjectarea.Thepetitionmustbe
approvedpriorto the studentregisteringfor
the courseina subsequentattemptto earna
satisfactorygrade.Studentswho enrollin the
classwithout an approvedpetitionmay be
excludedfromthe class.(Reference:Title5,
Sections55761,55762,58161).
Toensurea true and completeacademichistory, the course identification, title, units
attempted and earned, and substandard
grade(s) are not removed but are instead
flaggedwith an "R" codingon a student'spermanent record. The "R" coded grade and
gradepointsarethendisregardedin the cornputationof the student'sgradepointaverage.
VETERANS
Thecollege'scourserepetitionpolicy may be
differentfrom that of the VeteransAdministration. StudentsreceivingVeterans'educationalbenefitsshouldcheckwith theVeterans
Certifying Official in the Admissions and
RecordsOfficebeforerepeatinganycourse.
PROBATION
AND DISMISSAL
ACADEMIC
PROBATION
A student who has attempted at least 12
semesterunitsasshownbytheofficialacademic recordshallbe placedon academicprobationand/ora blockfrom registrationif the
studenthasearneda cumulativegradepoint
averagebelow2.00in all units.
PROGRESS
PROBATION
A student who has enrolledin a total of at
least 12 semesterunits as shownby the official
academicrecord
shallblock
be fromregisplaced on
progress
probation
and/ora
tration when the percentageof all units in
whichthestudenthasenrolledandfor which
entriesof W, I, and NCare recordedreaches
or exceedsfiftypercent(50%).
REMOVAL
FROMPROBATION
A studenton academicprobationfor a grade
pointdeficiency
shallbe removedfrom probation when the student'saccumulatedgrade
pointaverageis2.00or higher.
A studenton progressprobationbecauseof
an excessof units for which W, I, and NC
gradesare recordedwill be removedfrom
probationwhenthepercentage
ofunitsinthis
categorydropsbelow50%.
_-_Chaffey College
Academic
Information
APPEAL
A studentwhowishesto appealprobationary
status maydo sothrougha counselorin the
CounselingDepartment.
Studentsplacedon academicor progress
probationwill benotified bymail.
ACADEMIC
DISMISSAL
A studentwho hasattemptedat leasttwelve
(12) semesterunits at ChaffeyCollege,as
shown byofficial permanentrecords,will be
subjectto dismissaland/ora blockfrom registrationwhenat least one (1) of the followingconditionsoccurs:
A. A studentwho is on academicprobation
shallbe subjectto dismissalif the student earns a cumulative grade point
averageof less than 2.0 in all units
attemptedin eachof three(3) consecutive semesters,excludingSummersession.
B. A student who has been placed on
progressprobationshall be subjectto
dismissal upon receipt of recorded
gradesof W, I, or NCin 50% or moreof
all enrolledunits during threeconsecutive semesters,excludingSummersession.
Noteto Veterans:
Specialrules regardingacademicprobation
and dismissalapplyto VA students. Please
see "Special Student Classifications"for
moreinformation.
REINSTATEMENT
A student who has been dismissed may
applyfor readmissionafter onesemesterfollowingthe dateof dismissal.A studentmay
appeala dismissalor apply for readmission
byfilinga petitionfor ReadmissionApproval.
This petitionwill be reviewedby a scholastic
standardscommittee.Petitionsare available
in theCounselingDepartment.
A student readmittedafter academicdismissal will remain on academicprobation
untilthestudent'sgradepointaveragereaches 2.00,or the percentageof units for which
gradesofW, I, or NCdropsbelow50%,
MISCELLANEOUS
Forthe purposeof thissectionon academic
dismissal,
semesters
areconsidered
consecutiveonthe basisof studentenrollment,
• Dismissalis definedas the denialof the
opportunity
toattendcollegeto a student,
• Dismissalisfor onesemester,unlessthe
studentisallowedto re-enterunderSpecialProbation.
CATALOG
20052006
• Dismissedstudentswill be notified by
mailand are encouragedto confer with a
counselor,
• Studentswill be dismissedaccordingto
the followingstipulations:
A. Students whose Fall grades subject
them to academicdismissal will be
notifiedin the Springsemesterandwill
bedismissedfor the Fallsemester,and
B. Students whose Spring semester
gradessubjectthem to academicdismissalwill be notifiedduring the Summer and will be dismissed for the
Springsemester,
Incomputingthegradepointaverage,classes takenon a credit/nocredit basis will be
disregarded,sincetheydo not countas units
attempted or toward grade points earned,
Gradesof W,MW,I, IP,and RDaredisregarded for thesamereason,
REGULATIONS
FORDISMISSED
STUDENTS
A studentapplyingfor admissionto Chaffey
Collegewho is under academicdismissal
from anothercommunitycollege,college,or
university is subjectto the same reinstatement policies and proceduresas a student
who is underacademicdismissalfrom Chaffey College.If it is determinedthat the student is subjectto dismissal under Chaffey
Collegestandards,thestudentwill not beeligible for admission for a period of one
semester.
B. A time periodof at leasttwo years must
haveelapsedsincetheend of theterm of
substandardworkto bedisregarded.
C. Evidenceof academicability since the
semester (or quarter) in question shall
includeoneof thefollowing:
1. 16 semesterunits with a minimumof
3.0 GPA.
2. 20 semesterunits with a minimumof
2.5GPA.
3. 24 semesterunits with a minimumof
2.0GPA.
D. Worktakenduringthedisregardedsemester(s), even if satisfactory,will not be
appliedtoward unitrequirements.However, subject credit will be allowedfor any
coursesatisfactorilycompleted.
E. A studentmustincludeall work,including
academicrenewalterm(s), in the computation of cumulativegradepoint average
towardhonorsat graduation.
E The permanentacademicrecordshall be
annotatedin such a mannerthat all work
remains legible, ensuring the true and
completeacademichistory.
G. A studentmay petitiononly onceto eliminate gradepoint calculationsand credits
from portionsof previouscollegework.
Studentsshould be awarethat othercolleges
and universities may havedifferent policies
concerningacademicrenewaland may not
honorthis policy.
- -
ACADEMIC
RENEWAL
WITHOUTCOURSE
REPETITION
Thepurposeof AcademicRenewal(Sections
55764 and 55765of the CaliforniaAdministrativeCode)is to disregardstudents'previously recorded substandard academic
performance, when such work does not
reflect current demonstratedability. As a
consequence,
AcademicRenewalallowsstudents the benefitsof their current level of
abilityand performanceanddoesnot permanentlypenalizethem for poor performancein
the past.
_
-
_(J
;_"_"
TheAcademicRenewalprocedureis intended to facilitate the completion of requirementsnecessaryfor an academicdegreeor
certificateatChaffeyCollege.
Approvalof therequestfor AcademicRenewal issubjectto thefollowingconditions:
A. AcademicRenewalwouldbe applicable
for work completed
at anyinstitutionup
toa maximumoftwosemesters(orthree
quarters)anda summersession,which
neednotbe consecutive.
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_]Chaffey College
POLICIES
ANDREGULATIONS
STATEMENT
OFEQUAL
harassmentof its studentsandemployeesby
faculty, managers,supervisors,employees,
OPPORTUNITY
other studentsor membersof the general
public.TheCollegewilltakewhateveraction
may be neededto prevent,correct,and, if
necessary,
disciplineinappropriate
behavior,
Where evidenceof sexual harassmentis
found, appropriatepersonnel(faculty,nonfaculty,or studentworker)or studentdisciplinaryactionshallbe taken, in accordance
withtheCaliforniaEducationCode.
Non-Discrimination
andProhibitionof
HarassmentPolicy
The ChaffeyCommunityCollegeDistrictis
committedto providingequaleducational
and
employmentopportunity.The Districtaffirms
itscommitmentwith policiesthatincludefair
and equitabletreatment of students and
employees,andprohibitsdiscrimination
inits
admission,access,andtreatmentin College
programsand activities,and application
for
andtreatmentin Collegeemploymenton the
basisof race,color,ethnicgroup identification, nationalorigin, ancestry,religion,religiouscreed,sex,physicalor mentaldisability,
medicalcondition(includingcancer),age,
maritalstatus,sexualorientationor statusas
aVietnameraveteran,
In accordancewith TitleIX regulations,the
districtoffersequalacademic,occupational,
and extracurricularopportunitiesregardless
of the sex of the individual. The District,
authorizedunderfederal law to enrollnonimmigrantand alienstudents,and,in accordancewithTitleV regulations,affirmsthatthe
lackof Englishlanguageskills will not be a
barrierto admissionand participationin the
District'sprograms.
Personswho seekinformationand/orresolutionof allegedactsof unlawfuldiscrimination,
retaliation,
or harassmentaredirectedto contact the District'sComplianceOfficer,Lisa
Bailey, Executive Director of Human
Resources,Chaffey College, 5885 Haven
Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga,CA 917373002;telephone(909)941-2643.
SexualHarassment
Policy
It is the policyof the ChaffeyCommunityCollege Districtto providefor all studentsand
employees,an educational,employment,and
businessenvironmentfree of all forms of
harassment,exploitation, intimidation, or
unwelcomesexual advances, requestsfor
sexual favors, and other verbal, visual, or
physicalconductor communicationsof a sexual natureas definedand otherwiseprohibited by the California Fair Employmentand
HousingAct, CaliforniaEducationCode,and
Stateand Federalrules, regulations,statutes
and laws prohibitingsexualharassmentand
retaliation.
Sexual harassmentshall be immediately
reportedto the District'sCompliance
Officer,
Lisa Bailey,ExecutiveDirectorof Human
Resources,Chaffey College, 5885 Haven
Avenue, RanchoCucamonga,CA 917373002; telephone(909) 941-2643,or to any
dean, director,or managerfor immediate
reportingto theDistrict'sCompliance
Officer,
or designee. Everyeffort will be madeto
ensurethatconfidentiality
is maintained.
Americans
withDisabilitiesActof1990
TheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct(ADA)of
1990 prohibitsdiscriminationagainstpeople
with disabilitiesin employment,publicservicesincludingpublicandprivatetransportation, public accommodations, and
telecommunications
services,
Supportservicesfor studentswitha disability are providedthrough DisabilityPrograms
and Services. Anyoneneedinginformation
about servicesfor studentswith a disability
shouldcontactthisofficeat (909) 941-2379
or TDD/TTY(909) 466-2829. The toll free
numbersfor the CaliforniaRelayServiceare
1-800-735-2929 or 1-877-735-2929 for
TDD/TTYusers. Employees(faculty,nonfaculty,or studentworker)requiringaccommodations should contact the Executive
Directorof HumanResources,LisaBailey,
at
(909)941-2643.
Section5O4---Rehabilitation
Act
In accordancewith Section504 of the RehabilitationAct, ChaffeyCollegeabidesby the
regulationthat "no otherwise handicapped
individual"shall be excludedfrom participation in programsandservicesoffered bythe
College"solelyby reasonof the handicap."
Dr. Inge Pelzer,504 ComplianceOfficer,can
provide informationand answer questions
regardingaccessfor disabledstudents. She
may be reachedat Chaffey College,5885
Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga,CA
91737-3002;telephone(909)941-2157.
The District is strongly opposedto sexual
harassmentand expressly forbids sexual
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DECLARACION
DE
OPORTUNIDAD
EQUITATIVA
Politica de Hostigamientoy de Indiscriminaci6n
El distfitodel ColegioComunitarioChaffeyse
comprometeen proporcionaroportunidades
equitativasde educaci6n
y empleo.El distrito
afirma su compromisocon polfticasque
incluyenunjustoy igualtratoparaestudiantes
y empleadosprohibiendo
la discriminaci6n
en
su admisi6n,accesoy tratoen los programas
y
actividades
del colegiobasadaen la raza, el
color, el grupo6tnico, el origen nacional,la
ascendencia,
la reiigi6n,el credoreiigioso,el
g_nerosexual,lainhabilitaci6n
fisicao mental,
lacondici6nm_dica(incluyendo
el c:_ncer),
la
edad,elestadocivil,laorientaci6nsexual,o el
estadocomoveteranodalaguerradeVietnam.
Basadoenlas regulaciones
deltituloIX,el distrito ofreceoportunidadesacad_micas,labotales y extracurricularesequitativas sin
importaren g_nerodel individuo.Ei distrito,
autorizado bajo las leyes federales para
matriculara estudiantesextranjeros,
yen concordanciacon las regulaciones
del titu!o V,
afirmaque ia faita de dominiode ia lengua
inglesano ser_unabarreraparalaadmisi6ny
laparticipaci6n
enlos programasdeldistrito.
Aquellaspersonasquenecesiteninformaci6n
o quieranencontraruna soluci6na actos o
hechosdediscriminaci6n,
difijansea LisaBailey,oficialencargada
deldistritoy directorade
lasoficinasde RecursosHumanosen Chaffey
College,5885 HavenAv.,RanchoCucamonga,
CA91737-3002;te16fono
(909) 941-2643.
PoliticadeHostigamiento
Sexual
La politicadeldistritodelColegioComunitario
Chaffeyes proveera todos sus estudiantesy
empleadosde un ambientelaboral y educacional libre de todas las formas de acoso,
explotaci6n,intimidaci6no insinuacionessexuales, requerimientosde favoressexualeso
todo tipo de conductaverbal, visual o fisica
como se define y prohibe por el Acta de
EmpleoJusto de California,el C6digoEducacionalde California,las regulacionesestatales
o federalesy las leyes especificasque prohibenel acososexual.
El distrito se opone rotundamenteal acoso
sexual y prohibe que sus estudiantes y
empleadosseanhostigadospor el profesorado, gerentes,supervisores,empleados,otros
estudianteso miembrosdel p_blicoen general.El colegiotomar_cualquieracci6nparapre_l_Chaffey College
Policies
andRegulations
venir,corregir-y sJesnecesarJo-dJsciplJnar the district, shall be fully openedto enrollla conductainapropJada.
Si se consigueeviment and participationby any personwho
denciadelacososexual,al personalapropiado (profesorado,empleadoso estudiantes)
sele aplicar_el rigor de la leyen acuerdocon
el cGdigoeducacionalde California.
Elacososexualdebeserdenunciadoinmediatamenteal oficial designadopor el distrito,
Lisa Bailey,directorade la oficina de Recursos,umanos en ChaffeyCollege,5885Haven
Av., Rancho Cucamonga,CA 91737-3002;
telGfono (909) 941-2643. Tambi_n puede
contactara cualquierdecano,directoro gerentepara ser reportadoen seguidaal oficial
designadopor el distrito. Sitieneunapreguntaouna queja,contacteal oficialmencionado
en este p;_rrafo.Se har_todo Io posiblepor
guardarla m_isestrictaconfidenciadel caso.
El Decretode 1990 Para Americanoscon
Inhabilidades
Estedecretoprohibela discriminaciGn
contra
aquellaspersonasquetienenunaincapacidad
cuandosolicitanempleoo serviciospeblicos
incluyendotransportaciGn
privadao peblica,
y serviciosde adaptaciGny telecomunicaclones,
Las oficinasdel programade inhabilitados
(DPS)proveenserviciosdeapoyoparaestudiantescon incapacidades.
Si necesitainformaciGn acerca de los servicios para
estudiantes,contacte (909) 941-2379 6
TDD/TTY(909)466-2829.Losempleados(el
profesorado
o elpersonaladministrativo)
que
requieran adaptacionesespeciales deben
contactarla oficinadel directorde recursos
humanos,LisaBailey(909)941-2643.
SecciGn
504
En concordanciacon la secciGn504 del
decretode RehabilitaciGn,
elcolegioChaffey
seatienea la regulaciGn
que "ningfinindividuo incapacitado"
deber_ser excluidode participar en los programas y los servicios
ofrecidospot la instituciGn"sGIopor estar
inhabilitado."La doctoraInge Pelzer,encargadaoficialdel decreto504, puedeproveer
informaciGny responder preguntasrelacionadasal accesoparaestudiantesinhabilitados.LadoctoraPelzerseIocalizaenChaffey
College,5885 HavenAv.,RanchoCucamonga,CA91737-3002;tel_fono(909)941-2157.
has beenadmittedto the Collegeand who
meetssuch prerequisitesas may be establishedpursuantto ChapterII,Division2, Part
VI, Title 5 of the California Administrative
Code,commencingwith Section51820.
COMPUTER
USE
ChaffeyCollegeowns and operatesa network and a varietyof computersystemsfor
useby its faculty,students,and staff. Chaffey Collegeencourages
the useof its network
andcomputersystemsfor education,academic development,and other approvedpurposes. When using the Chaffey College
networkand computersystems,all usersare
requiredto abidebythepolicy establishedby
the GoverningBoardand theassociatedproceduresand to usethe system in an ethical
and lawfulmanner.
ChaffeyCollegedoes not currentlyblock
accesstothe Internet.Therefore,
allstudents
underthe ageof 18 yearsmust havewritten
parentalconsent
to utilizetheCharleyCollege
computernetworkand/orenrollinanycourse
requiringcomputerusage. CharleyCollege
reservesthe right to employfilters and/or
softwareto limitaccessto undesirablesites
and/orunsolicitedmaterials.
REGULATIONS
ANDSTUDENT
COMPLIANCE
Civillawanddistrictpoliciesgivethecollege
studenta numberof rights on campusthat
non-studentsdo not enjoy. Similarly,the
bodyof peoplewhoworkandgoto classesat
Chaffeydo so in the spiritof community,a
fact which imposesresponsibilities
of collegecitizenship.
TheGoverning
Boardof ChaffeyCollegehas
establishedrulesandregulationsgoverning
the behaviorof studentsand penaltiesfor
violationsthereof,as requiredbythe CaliforniaEducation
CodeSection22635 of every
communitycollege,
Studentsare responsible
for compliance
with
the regulationspublishedin this catalog,in
OPENCOURSES
It is the policy of this district that, unless
specifically exempted by statute, every
course,course sectionor class,the average
dailyattendanceofwhich is to be reportedfor
stateaid,whereverofferedandmaintainedby
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the Scheduleof Classes,in the Student
Handbook,anddepartmentalrulesand regulations. Student clubs are responsiblefor
compliancewith theClubHandbook.
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DISClPI.INE
ANDSTUDENT
CONDUCT
ChaffeyCollege,asa tax-supportedinstitution,
iscommittedto compliancewith stateandfederallaw.As an institutionof highereducation,
the college is committed to providing an
orderly, clean, and hazard-freeenvironment
that is conduciveto studentlearning.Inorder
tOmaintainsuch an environment,undermost
circumstances,food and drink are not appropriatein formal instructionalareas.Underno
circumstancesshallfood or drinkbepermitted
at computerlabstations.Whenthe conductof
a studenttranscendsthehoundsof law,policy,
or regulation,and interfereswith the normal
processesof education,the collegewill take
appropriateaction.
DISCIPLINARY
ANDGRIEVANCE
PROCEDURES
Student disciplinaryand student grievance
policyand procedureguidelinesare available
inthe Officeof the VicePresidentfor Student
Services. Proceduresfor disciplinaryand
grievanceappealhearingsare found in the
Student Handbook.Copiesof the Student
handbookare availablein the StudentActivitiesOffice.
CHEATING
Topresentsomeoneelse'sworkas one'sown
is cheating.Copying,crib notes, and illicit
accessto oldexamsareexamplesof cheating.
Ghost written researchpapers, plagiarism,
and use of unacknowledgedsources are
examplesof misrepresentation
of someone
else'sspokenor writtenwork asthe student's
own. Thesubmissionof work which is nota
productof thestudent'sown effort is dishonestandis subjectto severedisciplinary
action
up to and includingexpulsionfrom the college.Furtherdetailsaboutthis disciplinepollcy are available in the Officeof the Vice
PresidentofStudentServices.
SMOKINGPOLICY
Smokingof anyformoftobaccoornon-tobacco productsis prohibitedinsideof any building,includingrestroomsandcorridors;within
20 feet of a mainexit, entrance,or operable
windowof anycollege-owned,
leased,oroperated buildings; and in any college-owned,
leased,or operatedvehicles.
!Chaffey
College
Policies
andRegulations
TRAFFIC
AND
PARKING
RE(;ULTIONS
AnymotorvehicleclassifiedassuchunderCallforniaStatelawandparkedontheRanchoCucamongaCampusbetweenthe hoursof 7 a.m.to
11 p.m.MondaythroughFridayand7 a.m.to 3
p.m.on Saturdaymustdisplaya validparking
decalor parkingpermit.Parkingpermitsarenot
requiredat the off-campuscentersin Chino,
Fontana,
andOntario.
Parking decals may be purchasedin the
Cashier'sOfficein the AdministrationBuilding.
Daily parking permitsare purchasedat dispenserslocatedin parkinglots throughoutthe
campus.Vehiclesnotdisplayinga validparking
decalordailyparkingpermitaresubjectto citation for violationof theChaffeyCollegeDistrict
policy,Chapter7,Paragraph
7.8.17.
Nopersonwhohasbeenissueda parkingpermit shallgive,lendor allowanypersonto use
such permit to obtain parking privilegesto
whichheor sheis notentitled,
In compliancewith CaliforniaStatelaw, each
owner/operator
of vehiclesoperatedor parked
on ChaffeyCollegepropertyis requiredto possessa currentvaliddriver'slicenseandcurrent
proofof insurance.Eachsuch owner/operator
shallfurnishthis licenseandproofof insurance
to anypeaceofficer/Campus
PoliceOfficer/representative
uponrequest,
All personsdrivingvehicleson thecampusare
requiredto complywith the traffic lawsof the
State of California(Reference:VehicleCode,
Section670,21113).
Backinginto parkingstallsor takingup more
thanone parkingstall is prohibited.Reserved
Literaturewhichis not inconflictwith theabove
stipulationsmay be postedand otherwisedis-
parkingspaces
may be
usedonly by vehicles
displayinga reserved
parkingpermit.Citations
will beissuedto thosein violation,
playedin
the CampusCenter
complex,
andthe
bulletinboardsimmediately
adjacent
to them
in
the patioareaand the CampusCenterStudent
FreeSpeechArea.Studentsor studentgroups
wishingto post in otherareasof the campus
shouldconferwiththeStudentActivities
Officefor
the policiesandprocedures
governingtheareas.
Noliteraturemaybetapedor otherwiseaffixedto
a paintedor glasssurface.Somebulletinboards
in theCampusCentercomplexhavebeendesignatedto servespecificfunctions.Whenindoubt,
thestudentshouldcontacttheStudentActivities
Office.Noflyersmaybepostedon cars!
Studentswith physicaldisabilitiesmust purchaseand displaya campusparkingdecalfor
their vehicle. They may park in specially
markedlocations,identifiedby blue ground
markingsand/ora bluesign. If parkedin these
locations,they must also displayeither the
DMVhandicapped
placard,
or a permitobtained
from the Disability Programsand Services
Office.
Visitor parkingspacesmay be usedbythose
who securea guest parkingpass from the
switchboardoperator in the Administration
Building,the CollegeBookstore,the Student
ProgramsOffice,CampusPoliceOffice,or the
departmentin whichthey arevisiting.Neither
registeredstudentsnor staff membersmay
parkin a visitor'sspace.A citationwill result,
Limitedtime parkingspacesarestrictlymonitored and are markedwith a green curb.
Meteredstallsare $0.25for every15 minutes
witha limitof onehour.Anypersonparkedina
meteredstall must paythe correctfee, even
witha validparkingdecal.
Violatorsof the aboveregulationswith regard
to trafficand parkingaresubjectto a citation
payableatthe CampusPoliceOffice.Continued
violationsof the abovetraffic regulationsare
subjectto severedisciplinaryactionbytheCollegeadministration.
For more detailedinformation,consult the
ParkingandTrafficRegulations
brochureavailablein theCampusPoliceOffice.
Maximumspeedlimit oncampusis25 milesper
hour,andthemaximumspeedlimit inthe park-
USE OF CAMPUS
FACILITIES
Rentalofcampusfacilitiesprovidesforthemaximum use of college facilities by students,
employees,othereducationalentities,citizens,
and citizengroups.The useof districtfacilities
may not interferewith the normaleducational
activitiesof thecollege,nor beinconsistent
with
thepurposesof thecollegeprogram.
Facilityrental proceduresand fees may be
obtainedfromtheFacilityRentalsOfficeat (909)
941-2683.
COLLECTION
RAISING
OF FUNDS
Studentsor facultymembersmaynotbesolicitedto contributefundsto anyorganization
which
is not directlyunderthejurisdictionof Chaffey
Collegewithoutthe expresspermissionof the
collegeadministration.
Likewise,no non-studentgroup or individual
lag lotsis15 milesperhour.
DISTRIBUTION
OF lITERATURE
maycollectfunds
campus
or havecampus
groups collectforon
them
on campuswithout
No vehicleswill be drivenon sidewalks,footpaths,lawn,patioor courtareasexceptbyspecial permission of the Charley College
Permissionfor distributionof literature on
campusis obtainedfromtheStudentActivities
Office.Thefollowingkindsof literaturemaynot
priorapprovalofthecollegeadministration.
Department
of21113).
PublicSafety(Reference:
Vehicle
Code,
Section
bedistributed
ordisplayedwithouttheliterature
consent
of
the StudentActivitiesDirector:
advertisingoff-campusactivitiessponsoredby
an individualor groupnot connected
with the
college;literaturefor whichthereisa chargeor
donationrequiredor requested,
eitherexplicitly
or implicitly;literaturewhoselegalityis in question. Noliteraturemaybedisplayedor distributed which solicits funds except with the
approvaloftheStudentActivitiesOffice.Solicitingis notencouraged.Advertisements
bynonstudentparties are directedto the student
newspaper,
TheBreeze.
STUDENT
RllulyDlelJ'l'-'l'tl'l/'lLl_|U
IIl_nl-/U
Barriers,fences,or postsmaybeplacedatany
point deemednecessary
for safetyor convenience.Removalof these barriers,fences,or
postsisgroundsfor issuance
of a citation,
Parkingis permittedonlyin spacesspecifically
marked,and is prohibitedin loadingzones,
postedareas,or alongredcurbs.Areasthatare
notclearlymarkedfor parkingaredesignated
as
"NoParking"areas,
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In accordance
with theCodeof FederalRegulations, Title 34, Part 668, Sections668.41
through668.46(the "StudentRightto Know"
Act), institutionsparticipatingin any Title IV,
HEAprogramshall makeavailableto current
and prospectivestudents, and high school
counselors,the completionand transfer-out
ratesoffirst-time,full-time,degree-seeking
studentswho enteredthe institutionon or after
July1,1996. This informationwill bepostedin
all ChaffeyCollegeStudentsServiceOffices,
and is currently
available
at
(http://srtk.cccco.edu/index.asp).
II_lChaffey College
STUDENT
AFFAIRS
& STUDENT
SERVICES
STUDENT
PRIVACY
RIGHTS
ANDACCESS
TORECORDS
In accordancewith the Family Educational
Rightsand PrivacyAct (FERPA),ChaffeyCollegedoesnot releasestudentrecordinformationwithoutthewrittenconsentof thestudent
or underjudicialorder,except:
A. Toofficialsandemployeesof the District
who havealegitimateeducationalneed
to inspecttherecord,
B. Toa memberof the college'sGoverning
Board.
C. Toa personemployedby, or undercontractto, the Districtto performa special
task,suchasan attorneyor auditor,
Thelawallows the Collegeto releasestudent
directory information,exceptwhenstudents
have specifically requested that directory
information be kept confidential.Directory
information may be releasedby exception
upon determinationof the Superintendent/
President,the VicePresidentof StudentServices, or the Director of Admissions and
Recordsthat such releaseis appropriateand
not likelyto putstudentsat risk.
ChaffeyCollegedesignatesthe following as
directory information:name,address,phone
number, dates of attendance,major field of
study, awards and degreesreceived,most
recent institution attended, participationin
official collegeactivities and sports, weight
and height (for membersof athleticteams),
and part-timeand/orfull-timeenrollmentstatus. Studentsmust specificallyrequestnonrelease of their directory information by
submitting a Student UpdateForm. Student
Update Forms are availableon the Chaffey
website at (www.chaffey.edu)or in the
Admissionsand RecordsOffice. Requested
actions will be effectivewithin 5 working
days.
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SUBJECT
TOCHANGE
All ChaffeyCollegepolicies,regulationsand
arerecreational,cultural,religious,or serviceoriented.All studentorganizationsareadmin-
coursesare subjectto changewithoutnotice
at thediscretionof theGoverningBoard.
isteredby studentsfor the benefitof students
with the assistanceof the Office of Student
Activities. Each organization is required to
havea full-time faculty/staff advisor to be
charteredby the ChaffeyCommunityCollege
District. Clubs and organizationsthat have
beencharteredare:
• Anime
• AssociatedPress
• AssociatedStudentsof ChaffeyCollege
• BlackStudentUnion
• CeramicsClub
• ChaffeyCollegeChessClub
• ChaffeyEngineeringClub
• ChineseCultureClub
•Digital FilmmakersFront
• HealthScienceClub
• HumansUnitedGayandStraight
• InternationalStudentSociety
• KappaSigmaNu
•M.E.C.H.A.
• MuslimStudentAssociation
• OneOverOneChristianClub
• PuenteClub
• RadioClub
• Sowersof theWord
• SpanishClub
• Studentsfor PoliticalAwareness
• TogetherPlus
• VocationalNursingClub(VNClub)
STUDENT
ACTIVITIES
The Office of Student Activities promotes
eventsand coordinatesprogramsthat providestudentswith an opportunityfor educational and social growth outside the
classroom.Servicesfor studentsincludethe
publication of a Student Handbook,the
Dean'sHonorList,graduation,annualspring
scholarships,numerousculturalevents,ticket sales, emergencybook grants, lecture
series,informationon studentorganizations,
student government, community service
projects,anda housingbulletinboard.
The Officeof StudentActivitiesis locatedin
CampusCenterEast (CCE)on the Rancho
Cucamonga Campus. Office hours for
fall/springsemestersare:
Monday-Thursday
8:00a.m.to 6:00 p.m.
Friday:8:00a.m.to 4:00p.m.
Studentsmaycontactthe Officeof Student
Activities at(909) 941-2633.
ASSOCIATED
STUDENTS
Everycurrentlyenrolledcredit-classstudent
belongsto the AssociatedStudentsof Chaffey College(ASCC),whichis governedbythe
CampusCouncil.With a membershipcornposedof fifteen (15) representativeChaffey
students,the CampusCouncilis comprised
of two bodies: an Executivebody and the
Senate.ThePresidentof theASCCservesin
the dual role of StudentTrusteewhoserves
as liaisonbetweenthe ChaffeyCollegeGoverningBoardandthestudentpopulation.The
Campus Council holds weekly meetings
throughout the academicyear. The ASCC
campus-wideactivities and the
Inter-ClubCouncilare supported
throughtheCollegeServicesFee.
CLUBSANDORGANIZATIONS
The Officeof StudentActivities
andthe Inter-ClubCounciloverseetheactivitiesof all clubsand
organizations which have
renewedtheir chartersfor the
currentschoolyear,viathe submission of annually required
forms.Organizations
areprofessionalor vocational
whileothers
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SCHOLARSHIPS
ASCC/Student
Activitiesadministersa $60,000
scholarshipprogrameachyear.Inquirein the
Officeof StudentActivitiesat the beginningof
theSpringsemesterfor detailsand application
forms. ASCCscholarshipsare awardedat an
AnnualAwardsprogramheldin May.All scholarshipsarefundedbytheCollegeServicesfee.
Studentsarealsoencouragedto inquireabout
additionalscholarshipopportunitiesthrough
theChaffeyCollegeFoundation.
PUBLICATIONS
The Breezeis theofficialstudentpublication
on campus.Publishedtwice a month,the
newspaper
is writtenand editedby students
enrolledinNewspaperProduction,
Journalism
or English61ABCD.
TheStudentHandbook,
available
at nocharge,
and otherpublications
includinginformation
abouttheprograms
andservices
of thecollege
arealsoavailable
intheOfficeof StudentActivities.
IEJChaffeyCollege
Student
Affairs
andStudent
Services
ATHLETICS
Playingunderthe nameof ThePanthers,the
men's and women'steams competein the
FoothillAthleticConference.
Themen'sathleticprogramofferscompetitionin football,basketball, baseball,track & field, swimming,
soccer,andwater polo.Thewomen'sathletic
programincludescompetitionin basketball,
softball,track& field, swimming,water polo,
soccer,andvolleyball,
ATHLETIC
ELIGIBILITY
CharleyCollege
is a memberof the Foothill
Conference.Intercollegiate
athleticcompetitionis governed
bythe California
Community
College
Commission
onAthletics
(C.O.A.).
As a serviceto students,the StudentActivitiesOfficeinCampusCenterEastmaintainsa
bulletinboardwith listingsof availablehousing to be found in the nearbycommunities,
Listings include room and board, rooms
only, roommates,rooms with kitchenprivileges,apartments,houses,andopportunities
to work for freeroomand board.Rentalrates
mayvary.Thereis nochargefor listinghousing notices.
CAFETERIA
TheCafeteriain CampusCenterWestis Iocatedacrossfromthe bookstore.Therearea variety of food and drink choicesavailable.You
may order from the grill or createyour own
saladfrom thesaladbar. Throughoutthe year
the cafeteriaisopenMondaythroughFriday.
STUDENT
SI;RVK:|:S
locationwherestudentsandcollegestaff may
CAMPUSCENTER
TheCampusCenteris at theheartof the Rancho Cucamonga
campus.It housesmanystudentserviceareas,aswellas providinga
ADMISSIONS
ANDRECORDS
OFFICE
TheAdmissions
andRecordsOfficeprovides
numerous
servicestostudentsandmembers
ofthecommunity.
TheOfficeprovides
generTo be eligiblefor competition,
studentathal information
aboutthe collegeandaccepts
letesmust be enrolledin a minimumof 12
applications
for admission.Studentsregisunitsduringthe seasonof sport(9 of those
ter,add,anddropfromclassesthroughthis
unitsmustbe degree/certificate
applicable), office. Transcripts,
creditby examination,
Betweenseasons, student athletes are
andenrollment
verifications
areallissuedvia
required
to complete24 units,andmaintaina
thisoffice.Transcriptrequestscanbemade
minimum 2.00 GPA. Consultthe athletic inperson,viamail,orthroughChaffey's
webcounselor
orcoachto determine
athleticeligisiteat (www.chaffey.edu).Enrollment
verifibilityandto completea studenteducational cationrequestscan be madein personor
plan.
throughChaffey'swebsite.Formore informationontranscript
andenrollment
verificaATHLETIC
FACILITIES
tion requestsincludingfees,pleasevisit our
The EarlSicoskyGymnasium
has a seating websiteat (www.chaffey.edu)
or see the
capacityof 715. The upper level provides scheduleof classes. For informationon
bleachers,
a danceroom,anda weightroom.
creditbyexamination,
pleasesee"Creditby
Thewomen'sdressingroomanda classroom Examination".
are locatedon the westsideof the building.
Themen'slockerroomfor theathleticteams
The Admissions
and RecordsOfficemainandaclassroom
arelocatedontheeastside.
tains grade reports, student academic
records,coursestaken, units attempted,
Adjacentto thegymnasiumare eighttennis
unitsearned,grades,gradepoints,graduacourts, GrigsbyField (4,200-seat stadium tion dates,militarycredit,non-credit
enrollwith footballfield and track), LowderField
mentandotherdata,andpreparesclassroll
(baseball),
handballcourts,andtwoadditionsheets,diplomas,and certificates.
Commual fieldsfor physicaleducationand athletic
nityservicesacademichistoryis onlymainactivities.A swimmingpool is immediately tained from Fall 1999 forward. The
southof thegymnasium.
Admissionsand RecordsOffice provides
photoID servicesduringspecificbusiness
ChaffeyCollegerecentlyopeneda newsofthours.VeteransServicesis also locatedin
ballfield. Features
of thenewfieldincludea
theAdmissions
andRecords
Offices.
press box, dugouts, batting cages and
bullpenfor both home and visitingteams,
BOOKSTORE
easyaccessto restrooms,andbleachers
that
The Bookstorein CampusCenterEast is
seat80-100people,
open throughoutthe year for the convenienceof studentsin obtainingtextbooks
andsuppliesneeded
for classes.Gifts,novel-
CHILDDEVELOPMENT
CENTER
In March1975,the ChaffeyCollege
Governing
Boardapprovedthe establishment
of campus
childdevelopment
services.In January
2003,a
new$Gmillionchilddevelopment
facilityopened
atthenorthwestern
cornerof theRancho
CucamongaCampus,
servingchildrenof Chaffey
Col-
HOUSING
lege
students,faculty,staff, and community
members.
Sincethe collegehas no dormitoryfacilities,
studentsnot livingat homemust maketheir
ownarrangements
for livingquarters.Chaffey
Collegeassumes no responsibilityfor the
inspectionor approvalof studenthousing.
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ties,andotheritemsof
interestarealsoavailable. The bookstore
provides several
servicesfor students.Theseincludefax service, UPS mailing service, Omnitransbus
passes,specialbook order service, postal
stampservice,and ATMservice,
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meet,relax,andenjoya varietyof activities.
Thecenteris dividedintoeast(CCE)andwest
(CCW)areas,separated
byanopenquadranglecontaining
tables,benches,
phones,and
attractive
planters.
TheFreeSpeechArea,the
raisedplatformat thenorthendof thisopen
area,provides
a location
for opendialogue,
studentspeeches,
rallies,guestpresentations,andotheractivities.
Services/offices
available
in theCampus
Centerare:
EAST
- Associated
Studentsof ChaffeyCollege
(ASCC)Office
-Bookstore
- CampusPolice
- StudentActivities
- StudentEmployment/Work
Experience
- StudentLounge(withinStudentActivities)
- TransferCenter
WEST
- Cafeteria
- Culinary
ArtsProgramlab
- DisabilityPrograms
andServices
- EOPS
-FinancialAidOffice
- HealthServicesOffice
-LearningCenter
TheChildDevelopment
Centerfacility is cornprisedofseveralbuildingswith interiorandexterior spacesdesignedspecificallyfor children.
The complexincludespreschoolclassrooms,
classroomsfor studentsinvolvedin curriculum
relatedto children and their development,a
j_JChaffey College
Student
Affairs
andStudent
Services
kitchen,andanadministration
building,
The Child DevelopmentCenterhas three
interrelatedpurposes
thalprovide:
• High-qualitycareandeducational
experiencesfor children
admitted;
• Accessto highereducationby providing
a
servicetostudentparents
sothattheycan
pursuetheireducational
goalsandachieve
self-sufficiency;
• Learning opportunities for students
enrolledincoursesrelatedto children
and
theirdevelopment.
Thecenterislicensedby theStateof California and providessubsidizedchildcareservices through the State Departmentof
Education,
ChildDevelopment
DivisionTitleV,
funding.
The ChildDevelopment
Centeris staffedby
professionaland paraprofessional
people,
Theprograms
are well-rounded,
emphasizing
the educational,
physical,andsocialdevelopment of children,alongwith instructionin
effectiveparent-childinteractionconcepts
andpractices.Parentsutilizingthe centerare
stronglyencouraged
to enrollin a non-credit
courseentitledParent-Child
RelationsCD680.
Thecourseentailstwo hoursofmonthlyparentparticipationin the centerclassrooms,
Studentsin variousChildDevelopment
courses may completetheir assignmentsin the
ChildDevelopment
Centerprogram.Pediatric
Nursing,Psychology,andFoodServiceManagementcoursesutilize the Child DevelopmentCenterasa field placementsite.
TheChaffeyCollege.ChildDevelopmentCenter offersemploymentopportunitiesfor child
developmentmajors through the apprentice
program.Theapprenticeprogramhelpsstudents to gain work experienceand to obtain
their child developmentpermits that are
requiredfor employmentin Stateand Federal
fundedprograms.
All childrenarewelcometo theChildDevelopmentCenter,regardlessof sex,race,religion,
ethnicity, nationalorigin, or disability. The
program serves preschool children three
years of agethrough kindergarten.Thecenters hoursarefrom 7 a.m.to 5 p.m.A limited
programis availableduringthe summersessign. Minimumenrollmentis four hours per
day,two daysperweek.Theratioof preschool
agechildrento adultsis eightto one.All children must be in good health,and parent(s)
must meet eligibility criteria as requiredby
the StateDepartmentof Education.Student
parentsare requiredto havea declaredvoca-
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tional or academicgoal which they are
activelypursuing.
Aslidingfeewillbechargedbasedonincome
andfamilysize.Studentparentsin excessof
statefeeschedules
willbechargeda portion
or the full costfor service.The slidingcost
feesare set by the CaliforniaDepartmentof
Educationandare subjectto change.A currentfeeschedulecanbeobtained
at theChild
Development
Center.
Additionalcurrentinformationis listed in
eachterm'sscheduleof classes,andcanbe
obtainedby callingthe ChildDevelopment
Centerat (909)941-2687.
COUNSELING
DEPARTMENT
The CounselingDepartmentoffersstudents
informationon all academicand vocational
programs at ChaffeyCollege.Counseling
servicesincludeassessment
andorientation
for newstudents,howandwhento prepare
fortransfertoa four-yearcollegeoruniversity, evaluationof coursework takenat other
colleges,applications
for Graduation
andfor
certificates,processing
of waiversand petitionsandreferrals
to otheragencies
oncampus and in the community.The Counseling
Departmentoffersarevaluableresourcesfor
students'questionsandconcerns.
CareerPlanningis an importantconcernfor
many students. To assist Chaffey College
studentsand membersof the communityin
formulating realistic career goals, professignal counselorswho specializein career
decisionmakingare on staffin the Counseling Department.Evaluationof interests,aptitudes,values,individualizedresum6writing
and job interviewtechniquesare services
provided to assist students in reaching
career goals. Computerizedcareer search
systems,suchasChoicesCTand Eureka,are
availablefor usebystudents.
Regularlyscheduledclassesin CareerExplorationand Planning,Orientationto College,
and CollegeSuccessare listed in the Scheduleof Classeseachterm underGuidance.
Careertesting for aptitude,personality,values, and interestsis availablethrough the
Counseling Departmentto help students
identitycareersof interest.ContacttheCounseling Department, (909) 941-2116 for
details,
The Chaffey CollegeChino, Fontana,and
OntarioCentersare staffed with counselors
who provideeducational,career,andpersonal counseling.Formoreinformationcontact
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theChinoCenterat (909) 477-8576, Fontana
Centerat (909)477-2900,or OntarioCenterat
(909)477-2926.
ACTANDSAT
Studentsinterested
intransferring
tofour-year
collegesor universities
beforecompleting
56
semesterunitsmay desireto takethe AmericanCollege
Test(ACT)orthe CollegeEntrance
ExaminationBoardScholasticAptitudeTest
(SAT)to determine
theireligibilityfor transfer
withfreshmanor sophomorestanding.These
testsarenotrequiredfor admission
to Chaffey
College. informationonthe ACTandSATis
available
inthe Counseling
Department.
DISABILITY
PROGRAMSANDSERVICES
(DPS)
ChaffeyCollegemaintainsa strongcommitmentto servingpeoplewith all types of disabilitieswho desirepostsecondary
education.
Thegoalof DPSis to provideequalaccessto
educationfor all studentswith disabilities.
Participation
in DPSis voluntary,andconducted with strictconfidentiality.Studentsare
expected to make measurable progress
toward their educationalgoals in order to
remainintheprogram.Thearrayof supported
servicesincludes,butis not limitedto:
• Educational
evaluations
• Individualeducationalplanning
• Prescriptivelearningplanning
• Academic/vocational
counseling
° Verificationof measurableprogress
• On-campustransportation
• Adaptedparkingspaces
• Campusorientation
• Priorityregistrationand bookbuy
• Coursesubstitution/waiverassistance
• Adaptiveequipment
° Printenlargement
• Alternativemedia
• Test-takingfacilitation
• Readerand notetakerservices
• Liaisonandreferralservices
• Counseling
• Testingfor possibleinclusionin Learning
DisabilitiesProgram
DPSmakesalternateformats of instructional
text and videoavailableto qualifiedstudents.
Formatsavailableare Braille,ElectronicText
(E-Text), and Closed Captioning. Students
needingan alternateformat text or videothat
is requiredfor a course in which they are or
will be enrolled,shouldcontacttheOPSAIternateMediaAccessCoordinatorat (909) 4778531, as soon as the need is known, as
specificrequirementsand lengthyacquisition
timelinesapply.
[W]ChaffeyCollege
Student
Affairs
andStudent
Services
In accordancewith Section508 of the RehabilitationAct of 1973,asamended29 U.S.C§
792(d), closed captioningof non-captioned
videos is a servicethat is availablethrough
DPSwhenevera studenthas a need and a
captioned version cannot be purchased
throughthe publisher.After permissionhas
beengrantedby the publisher,one captioned
copyof the videowill be madein accordance
with the appropriateprotocolsfor videocaptioningandmadeavailableto theinstructorof
the course.Theclosedcaptionedinstructional videocassettesin the Chaffey College
Libraryvideocollectionhavebeenidentified
with closedcaptioninglabelson the slipcase.
Thereis a closedcaptioningnotein thebibliographic recordfor every title; these records
appearinthe librarycatalogand thecatalogis
accessibleonlineat(www.chaffey.edu).
DPSalso offers specializedclassesto meet
the specificneedsof studentswith disabilities. Coursesare basedon individualstudent
needandmay includethefollowing:
• Cognitiveretraining
• Guidance
• Advocacy
• AdaptivePhysicalEducation
(availablethrough the PhysicalEducation
department)
• StudySkills
The DPSCenteris locatedin CampusCenter
West (CCW-21) at the RanchoCucamonga
Campus.Usualhoursare:
MondaythroughFriday
7:30a.m.- 4:30p.m.
The DPS departmentmay be contactedat
(909)941-2379or TDD/ITY(909)466-2829.
Thetoll free numbersfor the CaliforniaRelay
Serviceare 1-800-735-2929or 1-877-7352929 for TDD/TTYusers. For moreinformation, visit the DPS website at
(www.chaffey.edu/dps).
In additionto theabovefacilitiesand services,
ChaffeyCollegeoffersan alternativeprogram
for studentswith disabilitieslocatedoff-campusat the LearningDevelopmentCenter.The
goalof this programis to providean academic andtransitionalwork programfor students
with disabilities. The academiccomponent
focuseson,but isnot limitedto, thefollowing
subjects:
• Survivalreading
oVocationalskillstraining
• Careerexploration
and preparation
- Job-seeking
skills
• Employment
applications
• Resum_writing
• Interviewtechniques
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• Work attitudes
• Job retention
• Job club
Vocationalskills classesareusedasa means
to teach, observe,and assess appropriate
work behaviors,responsibility,speed,accuracy,stamina,and otherskills necessaryfor
successfuljob placement,
Interestedpersonsare invitedto phonethe
LearningDevelopmentCenterat (909) 4778675or visit thefacilitylocatedat 9375 Ninth
Street,RanchoCucamonga,CA91730.
EXTENDED
OPPORTUNITY
PROGRAMS
ANDSERVICES
(EOPS)
The ExtendedOpportunity Programs and
Services(EOPS)officeis locatedin the Harry
D.WiserActuationCenter(northof the Cafeteria). EOPS is a state-funded program
intended to provide support services to
financiallyand educationallydisadvantaged
students. Programparticipantsare eligible
for priority registration,academicand personal counseling, peer advisement and
assistance buying books. Bilingual staff
members are availableto assist students
who speaklimited English.Additionalbenefits and servicesare availablethrough the
CAREprogramto EOPSstudents who are
single parentswith children under fourteen
yearsof ageand receivingpublicassistance.
Further informationand eligibility requirementsmay be obtainedby callingthe EOPS
officeat (909)941-2340.
LEARNING
ANDEDUCATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
The Learningand EducationalDevelopment
(LED) program is a state-fundedinitiative
with the goalof assistingnon-creditstudents
transitioning into credit courses.The purposeof this academicsupportis to encourage students to complete a certificate
program,an associatedegree,and/ortransfertoafour-year university.LEDisastudent
support serviceworking in conjunctionwith
theChaffeyCollegeSuccessCenters.
LED is locatedon the RanchoCucamonga
Campus.Studentsmaycontactthe program
officeat (909) 477-8551for further information, location, hours of operation, and
appointments.
LIBRARY
The Libraryprovidesservices
and resources
to maintaineffectivelearningprogramsand
to empowerthe diversestudentpopulation
to persist toward successfulgoal achievement.TheLibrary providesreferenceassis29
tance and navigationto informationlocation
and retrievalthrough book, periodical,video,
and electronicresources;these resourcesare
carefullychosento meetthe educationaland
culturalneedsof the ChaffeyCollegestudent.
Thegoalof theprogramisfor studentlearners
to leavethe librarywith the informationliteracy and criticalthinking skills they will useas
they transferto upperdivision universityprograms or to the pursuit of careersthroughout
theirworking lives.
TheLibraryprovidesthefollowingresources
and servicestostudents,faculty,andstaff."
• Research/reference
center with accessto
the Internet,electronicindexes,andfull text
services
• An information access/instructioncenter
for bibliographicinstructionsessionsand
workshops
• An interdisciplinarywriting centerfor tutoring and mini-classesin writing skills
• Assistancefrom referencelibrariansin the
useof libraryresourcesin all formats
• Aninteractive
learningcenterwithstudytables
• A quietstudy/readingroom with individual
carrelsandgroup studyrooms
• A print collectionof books,magazines,and
journals
• A microfilm backfile of periodicals
• Aninstructionalvideocollection
• A reservebookcollection
• An onlinereservecollection
• Photocopiers
• Access24 hoursa day,7 daysa weekto
onlinedatabases
• Accessto theLibraryMonday- Saturday
STUDENTEMPLOYMENT
TheStudent EmploymentOfficeprovidesjob
referral,internship referral,cooperativeeducationreferral,and personnelservicesto currentandformer ChaffeyCollegestudents.
1. JobReferralServices
This officecultivatesand maintainsextensive
on-campus,local, out-of-state, and international job listings. To further assist Chaffey
students,this office arrangesfor recruiters
from various companies,organizations,and
institutionsto hold open recruiting sessions
on-campus.Student Employmentis always
availableto answer resum6 and interview
techniquequestions.
2. Internship
ReferralServices
StudentEmploymentoffers assistancein
securing paid and non-paid internships.
Internships
arethe bestwayto obtainin-thefield experiencerequiredby the majorityof
today'semployers.Thosewishingto workan
internship must also be registeredfor the
appropriateCooperativeEducationclass.Over
IEChaffey College
Student
Affairs
andStudent
Services
80%of internsreceivejoboffersasa resultof
theirinternship,
3. Cooperative
Education
StudentEmployment
and Cooperative
Educa-
staffincludingthe medicaldoctorsand nurse
practitioners.Thereare, however,minimal
feesfor additional
services,suchaslabtests,
immunizations,
andprescription
medications.
Monday- Thursday
8:00a.m.- 8:00p.m.
Friday
10:00a.m.- 4:00p.m.
tiontogetherformthe CareerServicesOffice.
TheCooperative
Educationprogrammakesit
possiblefor existingjobs and/orinternships
Your medicalrecordsand all discussions
with the studenthealthservicesstaff are
completelyconfidential. Recordsare only
Saturday
10:00a.m.- 2:00p.m.
to work for the student by earningelective
units.Thisis the bestway to bridgethe gap
betweenclassroomandworkplace!
releasedwithwrittenconsentof the student,
unlessrequiredbylaw.
Studentsare encouragedto visit the office,
locatedin CampusCenterWest(CCW)at the
RanchoCucamongaCampus.Usual clinic
hoursare:
Monday-Thursday
7:30a.m.to 5:00p.m.
WRITINGSUCCESS
CENTER
Library• (909)477-8544
4. PersonnelServices
StudentEmploymentis the personneloffice
for all on-campusstudentpositions.All new
studentemployeesmustcompletetheirpersonneldocumentsand submit them to this
officeprior to their first day of work. This
office is also happyto assist in providing
employmentverificationsand in addressing
anypersonnelconcerns
that mightarise.
TheStudentEmployment
Officeis locatedin
CampusCenterEast (CCE)on the Rancho
Cucarnongacampus,co-locatedwith the
Cooperative
EducationOfficewithinStudent
Activities.Usualofficehoursare:
Monday- Thursday
8:00a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Friday
8:00a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Eveningsbyappointment
Studentsmay contactthe StudentEmploymentOfficeat (909) 941-2499to schedulean
appointmentor to confirmofficehours,
STUDENTHEALTH
SERVICES
Student Health Services is dedicatedto
assistingstudentsachieveand maintainoptimum physical,mental,and emotionalhealth.
Weare committedto providingqualityhealth
careata reasonable
cost.
TheStudentHealthServices
teamismadeup
of medicaldoctors,nursepractitioners,
registered nurses, counselors,secretaries,studenteducators,and studentassistantswho
are trainedto assistyou with medicalinformation and problems in a professionaland
Friday
7:30a.m.to 4:30p.m.
Formoreinformationorto scheduleappointments,call(909)941-2178.
STUDENT
SUCCESS
CENTERS
As partof theBasicSkillsTransformation
initiative,ChaffeyCollegecreatedStudentSuccess Centers.The centers offer tutorials,
workshops,learninggroups, andcomputer
accessto assiststudentsin their academic
development
andsuccess.
Discipline-specific
centers,located
onthe RanchoCucamonga
Campus,
aredesigned
to help
studentswithparticularsubjectareacourses
andskills.Multidisciplinary
Centers
arelocated
atallChaffeysitesandaresetupto servestudentsinall subjectdisciplines.Locationsand
usualhourson theRanchoCucamonga
Campusare:
MATHSUCCESS
CENTER
RoomPS-12• (909)941-2370
Monday-Thursday
6:30a.m.- 8:00p.m.
Friday:
6:30a.m.- 4:00p.m.
Saturday:
10:OOa.m.-4:00p.m.
LANGUAGE
SUCCESS
CENTER
RoomSL-17° (909)941-2657
confidentialmanner.Servicesincludefirst aid,
treatmentforminorillnesses,
healthexaminations,birthcontrol,familyplanning,T.B.testing,laboratory
testing,consultation
regarding
healthproblems,individualand group psychologicalcounseling,and videocassettes
andhandouts
on numerous
topics.
Friday
lO:OOa.m.-4:00p.m.
Saturday
10:00a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
StudentHealthServicesis supportedby the
healthfee paid at the time of registration.
Thereis no chargeto consulVvisit
the office
MULTIDISCIPLINARY/
READING
SUCCESS
CENTER
RoomVSS-201• (909) 466-2812
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Monday- Thursday
8:00a.m.- 8:00p.m.
30
Monday- Thursday
8:00a.m.- 8:00p.m.
Friday
10:00a.m.- 4:00p.m.
Saturday
10:00a.m.- 2:00p.m.
Locationsandusualhoursat theoff-campus
MultidisciplinarySuccessCentersare:
ChinoSuccess
Center. CCCC-200
(909)477-8591
FontanaSuccess
Center• CCFC-107
(909)477-2908
OntarioSuccess
Center° CCOC-203
(909)477-2935
Monday- Thursday
8:00a.m.- 8:00p.m.
Friday
10:00a.m.- 4:00p.m.
AIISuccess
Center
hours
aresubject
tochange
TRANSFER
CENTER
TheTransferCenterprovidesinformationand
resourcesto helpstudentscontinuetheireducationafter ChaffeyCollege.Thecentermaintainsa libraryofcollege
catalogs
materials,provides
access
to theandreference
intemetand
specializedsoftware programs for college
research
andapplications,
hostscollegerepresentativesfor individualappointmentswith
students, sponsors
transfer-related
workshops,and
schedulesc
ampusvisitsandcollegefairs.Allservicesarefreeandavailableto
anyChaffeystudent.
TheTransferCenterstaffwelcomestheopportunityto assiststudentsconsidering
transfer
to four-yearcolleges.Thecenteris locatedin
CampusCenterEastnearthebookstore
onthe
RanchoCucamongacampus. Usual office
hoursare 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday
throughThursdayand8:00a.m. to4:30 p.m.
on Fridays.Moreinformation
can be obtained
by calling (909) 466-2813 or visitingthe
Transfer Center on Chaffey's website
(www.chaffey.edu).
_lChaffey College
GRADUATION
REQUIREMENTS
AND
PROGRAMS
OFSTUDY
PHILOSOPHY
ANDCRITERIA
FORASSOCIATE
DEGREE
ANDGENERAL
EDUCATION
Thephilosophyandcriteriafor the AssociateDegreeandgeneraleducationshouldaddressthe considerationscontainedin
Title 5, Section 55805 and AccreditationStandard II.A.3.
Theseinclude,butarenot limitedto:
• Theprogramsofthe Districtareconsistentwith the institutional mission,purposes,demographicsand economicsof
itscommunity,
developanawarenessofthe roleof arts incontemporary
society;
developa sensitivityto diversityanda respectfor differencesamongindividuals;
gainperspectiveof variousviewpoints relativeto historicaldevelopments;
developethicaland moralframeworksto interpretcontemporarysociety;
developself-understanding.
• Thephilosophyandcriteriaregardinggeneraleducationreferencesthe policyof the Boardof Governorsthat general
• ThephilosophyandcriteriaregardingtheAssociateDegree
referencesthe policy of the Boardof Governorsthat the
AssociateDegreesymbolizesa successfulstudent'sjourneythrough patternsof learningexperiencesdesignedto
developcertaincompetencesandinsights,including:
educationshouldleadto betterself-understanding,including:
introducingstudentsto the variety of meansthrough
whichpeoplecomprehendthe modernworld;
introducingthe contentand methodologyof the major
areasof knowledgeand providesanopportunityfor stu-
integratecriticalthinkingskillswith effectivewrittenand
oral expositionandargument;
employpracticalapplicationsfor problemsolvingusing
mathematicalprinciples;
investigatevarious modes of scientific researchand
methodology;
dentsto developintellectualskills,informationtechnology facility, affective and creative capabilities,social
attitudes,andanappreciationfor culturaldiversity.
- The
Chaffey
College
Faculty
Senate
4
,
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/d
_lChaf_o,,
College
GRADUATION
REQUIREMENTS
Theminimumrequirementsfor graduationwiththedegreeof Associatein Arts or Associatein Scienceare specifiedbythe Boardof Governorsof
theCaliforniaCommunityCollegesandthe ChaffeyCollegeGoverningBoard.TheAssociateDegreewill begranteduponcompletionof 60 semester units of workandthefulfillment ofthe followingspecificrequirements:
UNITANDSUBJECT
REQUIREMENTS
FORTHE
ASSOCIATE
DEGREE
Iv COMPUTER
LITERACY
Computerliteracymaybe metbycompletionof oneof thefollowing:
1. Passwitha minimumgradeof C inoneof thefollowing:
I. GENERALEDUCATION(minimum18 units)
Completethe requirementsstatedunder "GeneralEducation."(Note:
Studentswho are qualifiedto be certifiedfor the CSUGeneralEducation pattern of classesor the IGETCpatternof classesalsofulfill the
AssociateDegreeGeneralEducationfor ChaffeyCollege.)
63A,63B,64A,64B,410A,410B,444,460,462A,462B,470
ComputerInformationSystems(CIS):
Core1,2, 15,68
II. MAJORREQUIREMENTS(minimum18units)
All coursesmustbecompletedwith a minimumgradeof C
Satisfyoneof thefollowingoptions:
CIS:Programming3,403,413, 430
CIS:Internet& WebDevelopment70
ComputerScience1,21
Drafting20,41,43, 53
• OptionA: Completean associatedegreeprogramas described
under"Programsof Study"in the ChaffeyCollegecatalog.
• OptionB: Completethe CaliforniaStateUniversity(CSU)General
Educationcoursepatternfor a majorin GeneralEducation.
• OptionC: Completethe Intersegmental
GeneralEducationTransfer
Curriculum(IGETC)for a majorin UniversityStudies.
III. MULTI-CULTURAL/GENDER
STUDIES
(minimum
3 units."
seelistofapproved
courses)
Art 67
BusinessandOfficeTechnology30,40A,40B,60A,60B, 61,62, 63,
GeographicInformationSystems1, 1A,1B,401
HealthScience405
ID427
Library3
Music12
Photography456
SocialScience11
TheatreArts 30,427
2. schoolcourse.
Pass,with a minimumgradeof B,an appropriatelyarticulatedhigh
IV. PHYSICALEDUCATION,RECREATION,AND WELLNESS
3. Passa computerliteracyexamination(bothwrittenand hands-on)
administeredbythe college.
(minimum
2 units:seelistofapproved
courses)
V. ELECTIVES
(anyadditional
unitsnecessary
tomeetminimumdegreeunitrequirement)
OTHERREQUIREMENTS
FORGRADUATION
MINIMUMTOTALUNITSREQUIRED
FORDEGREE--60UNITS
I. SCHOLARSHIPREQUIREMENTSFOR GRADUATION
A minimumgradepointaverage(GPA)of 2.00 (C average)in degree
applicable
unitsattempted.
BASICSKILLSCOMPETENCY
REQUIREMENTS
FOR GRADUATION
II. RESIDENCEREQUIREMENTSFORGRADUATION
A minimumof 12 units must beearnedat ChaffeyCollege.
I. WRITING
Thestudentmust pass,with a minimumgradeof C,one ofthe followingcourses:
II1. APPLICATIONFOR GRADUATION
Studentsmust file a formal applicationfor graduationin the College
CounselingCenter.Studentsmaygraduateat theend of anysemester
or Summersession. Referto the scheduleof classesfor application
deadlinedates.
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
88
English450,1A
Englishasa SecondLanguage450
II. READING
Thestudentmustpass,witha minimumgradeof C,anycoursein literature,anthropology,economics,sociology,psychology,history,phiIosophy,or political
science,thatis applicable
to the GeneralEducation
requirement
oftheAssociateDegree.
III. MATHEMATICS
Mathematics
competency
maybe metbypassingthe Elementary
AI0ebraSkillsExamination
(maybetakenonlyonetime)orbypassing,with
a minimumgradeof C,anyoneofthe followingcourses:
Mathematics
410,411,420,421,430, 25 or higherlevel
SocialScience10
Statistics10
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IV. CONTINUOUSATTENDANCE
Theprecedinggraduationrequirements
applyto studentsduringthe
2005-2006schoolyear.Studentswhoenrolledpriorto Fall2005and
whohavemaintained
continuousattendance
(attendance
inat leastone
semesteror two quarters,excludingSummersessions,eachcalendar
year- January1 through December31 - as indicatedona permanent
record)at anyaccreditedcollege,havethe optionof meetingthe cur- •
rentrequirements
or thosein effectat thetimecontinuous
attendance
began.In the eventthat requiredcourseshavebeendiscontinued,
studentsmay petitionfor substitutionby makingan appointment
with a
counselorin theCounselingCenter.
[EIChaffey College
GENERAL
EDUCATION
A. LANGUAGEANDRATIONALITY(minimumof 2 courses)
Geography10
ENGLISHCOMPOSITION(onecoursewith a gradeof C)
Business& OfficeTechnologies
88
English450,1A
Englishasa SecondLanguage
450
History16,17, 18,25,50, 51,70, 71
Political
Science1,2, 3, 7, 10, 21,25, 32
COMMUNICATIONAND ANALYTICALTHINKING(onecourse)
Communication
Studies
2, 4, 6, 8,72
ComputerInformation
Systems1
Computer
Science1
English
1B
Mathematics
4, 25,31,60, 61,65A, 65B,75,81,85,410, 420,430
Philosophy
76
SocialScience10
Statistics10
B. NATURALSCIENCES(one/aboratorysciencecourse)
Anthropology
1 & 1L
Astronomy20 & 20L,35,36
Biology1,2, 3, 4, 5, 10 & 10L,20, 22,23 & 23L,50,424 & 424L
MULTICULTURAL/GENDER
STUDIES(minimum3 units)
MayalsomeetotherAssociateDegreecourserequirements
AmericanSignLanguage
408
Anthropolo0Y
3
Art 1,6, 9
Biology11,12, 15
Business
61
ChildDevelopment
andEducation
6
Communication
Studies74,76
Chemistry
7, 9, 10,21 & 21L1 &21L2
EarthScience1 & 1L,5 &5L
Geography
4 &5
Geology1,2
Physical
Science10
Physics5 & 6, 20A,30A,44, 45
C. HUMANITIES(minimum4 units)
Atleasttwocoursesrequired,onefromeachof thefollowingcategories
Ci.
ARTS(onecourse)
Art1,3, 5,6, 8, 9, 10,12, 14,16,18,20, 62A,64,67
Broadcasting
3
Cinema25,26
Communication
Studies14
Dance1
Fashion
Design20,45,421
FineArts50
InteriorDesign11,12,13
Music1,2A,2B,3A,4,12,21,22,26,32,33,60,62,67
Photography1,10, 13
TheatreArts 1,4, 5, 10, 12,64
C2. HUMANITIES
(onecourse)
AmericanSignLanguage
1,2, 3, 408
Chinese1,2
Economics
8
English1C,7A,7B,7D,30, 32,33,68, 70A,70B,71,74,
75A,75B,76,79, 80A,80B,81
French1,2, 3,4
German1,2
History1,2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10
Humanities5, 6, 20
Philosophy70,72, 80,81,82
SocialScience25
Spanish1, 1A,1B,2, 2A,2B,3,4, 11,12
Correctional
Science8,409
Education
20 and25 (combined,
equalto onecourse)
English70A,70B,74,76,77, 79
FashionDesign421
Geography
1, 10,11
Gerontology
18,22
History4, 7,9, 10, 16,25,50,51,70, 71
Humanities
20
InteriorDesign13
Music26,67
NutritionandFood25
Philosophy80,81,82
PoliticalScience21,25
SocialScience22,25
Sociology10, 14,15,18
PHYSICALEDUCATION,RECREATIONANDWELLNESS*
(minimum2 units)
MayalsomeetotherAssociateDegreecourserequirements
Biology12,13,14
ChildDevelopment
andEducation
5
Consumer
Studies40
Dance3A,3B,5A,5B,10A,10B,20A,20B,30A,30B,50A,50B,60A,60B
Gerontology11,22,31,412
Guidance3
NutritionandFood5, 15,21
Physical
Education
Activity(allone-halfandone-unitactivityclasses)
PhysicalEducationAdaptive(all adaptiveclasses)
PhysicalEducationLecture14, 15,16,18, 31,32, 33,413,422
D. SOCIALAND BEHAVIORALSCIENCES(minimum4 units)
At/easttwocoursesrequired,onefromeachofthefollowingcategories
D1. AMERICAN
INSTITUTIONS
(onecourse)
ConsumerStudies11
Economics
1,2, 4
CATALOG
2005.2006
D2. BEHAVIORALSCIENCES(onecourse)
Anthropology
2, 3
ChildDevelopment
andEducation
2, 4
Communication
Studies12, 74,76
Correctional
Science8
Geography
1,11
Gerontology
11,18,21
History4
Psychology
1,21,25, 41,65
Sociology
10, 15,18
Students
completing
theCSU
6eneral
Education
or16ETC
General
Education
pattern
must
alsocomplete
Ihe"Multi-Cultural/Gender
Studies"
and"Physical
Education,
Recreation,
andWellness"
requirements
aspartoftheir60-unit
requirement
toearntheassociate
degree
PhysicalEducation
Team(allteamsports)
Psychology
5,430
SocialScience17,22
Sociology
16
*Graduatesfrom theAONandLVNprogramsmeetthis requirement.
33
il_ Chaffey College
DEGREE
ANDCERTIFICATE
PROGRAMS
Programs
A
Accounting
v'
Accounting
Paraprofessional
financial
Planning
Government
andNut-for-Profit
Organizations
Payroll
andIncome
TaxPreparer
Administration
ofJustice
v'
Aeronautics:
Airframe
_
Powerplont
_
Anthropology
_
Art
_
Ceramics
Studio
_
Druwing/Painlin
9Studio
Hew
Media
Art/Digital
Media:
Computer
Graphic
Design
forPrint
Media
Design
forMultimedia
WebDesign
Art/Visual
Communication:
Illustration
C
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_
v'
,,/
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_
v'
,,/
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_
v'
v"
_
_
_
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ArtHistory
v'
Automotive
Collision
Repair
Technology t,'
Automotive
Technology:
v'
Automotive
Electrical
Systems
Automotive
Maintenance
andUght
Repair
v'
,/
_
_
Automotive
Mechanical
Systems
Engine
Performance
(Smog
Check)
Technician
Engine
Rebuilding
High
Performance
Engines
Building
&Blueprinting
Service
Advising
Biology
,/
Broadcasting
&Cinema
v"
Business
Administration:
v"
Marketing
v'
i,,'
v'
i/
v'
Small
Business
Enlrepreneur,
Levels
IandII
Business
andOffice
Technologies:
Data
Entry
General
Office
Assistant:
Levels
IandII
Medical
Insurance
Billing
Microsoft
Office
Specialist
andExpert
Microsoft
Word
Specialist
Office
Management
ProfessionalAdministrative
Assistant:
Executive,
ExecutiveBilingual,
andMedical
Transcriptionist:
General,
Medical
Chemistry
_'
_
v'
v'
_
_
II
v'
v"
Child
Development
andEducation
Communication
Studies
Computer
Information
Systems
Cisco
CCNA
Exam
Preparation,
Levels
I- IV
CJsco
CCHP
Exam
Preparation,
Levels
V-VIII
v'
v"
v'
Computer
Foundations
_
v'
v'
_
_
t/
v'
Programs
A
Computer
Game
Development
Computer
Support
Technician
CA+)
Database
Specialist
Level
I
Dreamweover
WebDeveloper
Electronic
Commerce
Generolist
Flash
Game
Development
Flash
Web
Developer
Internet
Programmer
Level
l
Internal
Support
Specialist
(I-Net+)
Java
Programmer
Microcomputer
App:
Business
Pres.
Specialist
Microcomputer
Applications:
Microsoft
Excel
Spec.
C
_
v'
_
v"
v'
_
,/
v'
,I
_
,,I
v"
Programs
HotelandFood
Service
Management:
Food
Production
Management
Food
Service
Food
Service/_Naitstaff
Personnel
Hotel
Management
Humanities
Industrial
Electrical
Technology:
Electromechenical
Technology
Levels
I,II,&III
fiberOptic
Cabling
Technician
Induslriol
Electrical
Technology
Levels
I,II,&III
Instrumentation
Technology
Levels
I,&II
Network
Cabling
Technician
Microcomputer
Business
Applications
Microsoft
Access
Programmer
_
_
MSCertified
0esklop
Support
Tech
Microsoft
FrontPage
Web
Developer
Microsoft
Network
Specialist(MCSA)
Hetwork
Administrator
(Network
+)
Project
Manager
Visual
Basic
Programmer
WebPage
Developer:
Levels
iandII
Windows
Security
Specialist
Consumer
Services
Representative
Correctional
Science
Culinary
Arts
Dance
Dental
Assisting
Dietetic
Service
Supervisor
Dietetic
Technician
Drafting:
Architectural
Mechanical
Earth
Science
Economics
Engineering
Engfish
Fashion
Design
Costume
Design
Custom
Dressmaking
Industrial
Sewin
9
Putternmaking
forApparel
Fashion
Merchandising
FineArts:Music_
Theatre
FireTechnology:
Professional
Fireflghter
General
Education
Geographic
Information
Systems
_,'
v'
',/
Geography
Geology:
Basic
Geology,
Preprofessiunal
Geology
Gerontology
Community
Coregiver
v'
History
,,/
,,t
v'
v'
v'
_'
t/
v'
v'
_'
v'
_
_
v'
is'
v'
v'
v'
_
v'
v'
v'
v'
Interior
Design
Journalism
_
v'
v'
i,'
_
_
v'
v'
Uberal
ActsandSdences
Management,
Levels
I andII
Logistics
Management
Retail
Management
Supervision,
Levels
IandII
v'
v'
_
v'
II
v'
v'
v'
v'
_
Mathematics
ModemLanguages:
French,
Spanish
Music
Commercial
v'
v'
Nursing:
A.D.N.
v'
Nursing:
NA/HHA/MSNA
Nursing
Assistant:
N.A./Home
Health
Aide
N.A./MedicaI-Surgical
Xursin
9Assistaut
Nursing:
Vocational
,,/
Nutrition
andFood
v'
Pharmacy
Technician
v'
Philosophy:
v'
Religious
Studies
v'
v'
_
v'
v'
_
_
v'
v'
,1
v'
v"
_'
v"
v'
C
_
,/
v'
_'
_
A
v"
v'
v'
v'
_
Photography
Still
Physical
Education:
Aquatics;
Couching,
Levels
IendII;Wellness
Physical
Sdence
Physics
Political
Science
Psychology
Radiologic
Technology
RealEstate
Salesperson
Social
Science
Sodology
Theatre
Arts
University
Studies
v'
iv'
v'
v'
v'
v'
v'
v'
v'
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_
_'
v'
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v'
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A= ASSOCIATE
INARTS
ORASSOCIATE
INSCIENCE
C- CERTIFICATE
CATALOG
2005-2006
34
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College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
PROGRAMS
OFSTUDY
ACCOUNTING
Accounting
for Government
andNot-For-Profit
Organizations
TheAccounting
programisdesignedto: (1) preparenon-transfer
accounting
studentsfor entrylevelpositions
by makingtheaccounting
certificate
and/or
the two-yeardegreein accountingavailableto them; (2) preparetransfer
accounting
studentswithappropriatebackground
for upperdivisioncourses;
and (3) providenon-accounting
majorswith sufficientexpertiseto enable
themto makeintelligentuseof accountinginformation.
Majorrequirements
forthe Associate
in ScienceDegree:
[S005/04756/0502.00]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
ACCTG1B
Principlesof AccountingII
ACCTG70
CostAccounting
(orACCTG430,Accountingfor Governmental
andNot-for-ProfitOrganizations,
4,
or ACCTGFS
453,U.S.andCaliforniaIncome
TaxPreparation,4)
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
(or BUSOT63A,MicrosoftOfficeExcelSpecialist1.5,andBUSOT63B,Microsoft
OfficeExcel- Expert,1.5)
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
STAT10
ElementaryStatistics
Totalunitsforthe major
This programis intendedfor individuals
desiringemployment
in government
or not-for-profitorganizations.
Uponthesuccessful
completionofthiscertificate,candidates
will be proficientin fund andnot-for-profitaccounting
and
possess
theabilityto performbasicaccounting
functions.
Requirements
fortheGovernment
andNot-for-Profit
Units
Organizations
Certificate:
[L008/999gg/0502.00]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
ACCTG430
Accountingfor Governmental
andNot-For-Profit
Organizations
ACCTG435
PayrollAccounting
4
4
3
and:
ACCTG459
ACCTG462
3
3
or:
ACCTG460
3
4
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
AdvancedTechniquesinAccountingSoftware
Programs
Units
4
4
3
1.5
1.5
CommercialAccountingSoftware
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate
14
AccounlingParaprofessional
(Computer
Software
Emphasis)
24-25
Requirements
fortheAccounting
Certificate:
[T005/04756/0502.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S.Degreeplus:
This programis designedto developthe skills and conceptsnecessaryto
obtain entry-levelpositionsin small businesseswhich use computerized
accountingsystems.
g units from the following:
ACCTG430
Accounting
for Governmental
andfor Not-for-Profit
Organizations
4
ACCTG435
PayrollAccounting
3
ACCTG450
FederalTaxPrinciplesI
3
ACCTG459
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
1.5
ACCTG460
CommercialAccountingSoftware
3
ACCTG461
AdvancedCommercial
AccountingSoftware
3
ACCTG462
Advanced
TechniquesinAccountingSoftwarePrograms1.5
ACCTG545
TouchSystemCalculation
0.5
ACCTGFS
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
4
ACCTGFS
454 Introductionto the Taxationof Corporations
andPartnerships
4
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
Requirements
fortheAccounting
Paraprofessional
Certificate:
[L006/07370/0502.00]
ACCTG1A
Principles
of AccountingI
ACCTG1B
Principlesof AccountingII
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord - Specialist
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
(or BUSOT63A,MicrosoftOfficeExcelSpecialist,1.5,andBUSOT63B,Microsoft
OfficeExcel- Expert,1.5)
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
Totalunitsforthecertificate
4
4
3
3
3
3
Plus 6 units from thefollowing:
ACCTG430
Accountingfor Governmental
andfor Not-for-Profit
Organizations
4
ACCTG435
PayrollAccounting
3
ACCTG450
FederalTaxPrinciplesI
3
ACCTG459
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
1.5
ACCTG460
CommercialAccountingSoftware
3
ACCTG461
AdvancedCommercialAccountingSoftware
3
ACCTG462
Advanced
Techniques
inAccountingSoftwarePrograms 1.5
ACCTG
545
TouchSystemCalculation
0.5
ACCTGFS
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
4
33-34
_;
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
35
26
Wi Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
ACCOUNTING
ANDFINANCIALPLANNING
ADMINISTRATION
OFJUSTICE
FinancialPlanning
The
Administrationof Justicemajor
preparesstudentsfor a career
in law
enforcement.Courseswithinthe
programacquaintstudentswith
the AmericanJusticesystem,crimecauses,the roleof lawenforcement,rolesof administrationofjusticepractitioners,evidenceprocedures,juvenileprocedures,and
misdemeanorandfelonyviolationsof criminallaw.
The FinancialPlanningcertificateprovidesstudentswith basic accounting
skillscombinedwith trainingin financialplanning. Studentscompletingthis
certificatecanassistindividualsandcompanieswithinthe areasof budgeting,
taxes,andfinancialplanning.This certificatealsoservesasan excellentfoundation for studentswishing to take the NationalAssociationof Securities
Dealersseries6 and7 examinations.
Major requirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
[$132/15298/2105.00]
AJ1
Administrationof JusticeSystem
AJ2
Concepts
of CriminalLaw
AJ3
PrinciplesandProceduresofthe JusticeSystem
AJ4
CommunityRelations
AJ5
LegalAspectsof Evidence
AJ406
JuvenileProcedures
AJ407
SubstantiveLaw
Requirements
forthe FinancialPlanningCertificate:
Units
[El16/99999/0504.00]
ACCTGFS
440 Introductionto FinancialPlanning
3
ACCTGFS
442 Fundamentals
of FinanceandInvesting
3
ACCTGFS
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
4
ACCTGFS
465 FinancialAccountingforthe Non-AccountingMajor
3
(orACCTG1A, PrinciplesofAccountingI,4)
Plus3 units from the following:
ACCTG459
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
AGCTG
460
CommercialAccountingSoftware
ACCTG462
AdvancedTechniquesin AccountingSoftware
Programs
ACCTGFS
450 TaxPreparation
for SmallBusiness
BUS60
BusinessEthics
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
AJ408
PatrolOperations
AJ409
CriminalInvestigation
AJ410
NarcoticsandViceInvestigation
AJ411
TrafficControl,Enforcement,andAccident
Investigation
AJ412
PoliceReportWriting
AJ413
PoliceSupervision
AJ414
Criminology
AJ415
PrinciplesandPracticesof Interviewingand
Investigation
AJ416
CrimeSceneSketchingandNotetaking
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
3
16-17
Payroll
andIncome
TaxPreparer
Totalunits for the major
This programis intendedfor individualsdesiringto enterthe tax preparation
and/orpayrollfieldwith aminimumof courserequirements.Uponsuccessful
asa RegisteredTaxPreparer.
or:
ACCTG460
CommercialAccountingSoftware
Totalunitsforthe certificate
3
3
3
1.5
1.5
22.5-24
AERONAUTICS
(AVIATION
_INTENANCE
TECHNNOLOGY)
This programprovidesthe trainingneededto becomeanAviationMaintenance
Technician.Studentswho successfullycompletethe programwill havethe
experiencerequiredby FederalAviationAdministrationfor certificationasan
Airframeor PowerplantMechanic.AirframeandPowerplanttechniciansarein
demandby airlinesandaviationmaintenance
providers.TheAeronauticsprogramat ChaffeyCollegeis fully approvedby the FederalAviationAdministration (FAA)to providethe 1900 hours of experiencerequiredto becomean
Airframeor Powerplanttechnician.Studentsmay earnan Associatedegree
and/orseparatecollegecertificatesin Airframeor Powerplant.
1.5
1.5
3
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
AERO10
Materials,Processes,
andInspections
AERO11
AeroScienceandFAARegulations
AERO13AB
GeneralAeronauticsLaboratory
AERO14ABCD GeneralAeronautics
Laboratory
14
Pluscompletionof oneof the following emphases:
Airframe
[S011/04772/0950.10]
Corerequirements,plus:
AERO30
AirframeStructures
AERO31
AirframePrimaryStructures
AERO32
AirframeAuxiliarySystems
AERO33ABC AirframeLaboratory
AERO34ABCDEFAirframe
Laboratory
36
Units
4.5
4.5
1.5-1.5
1-1-1-1
16
4.5
4.5
4.5
1.5-1.5-1.5
1-1-1-1-1-1
Totalunitsforthemajor
CATALOG
2005-2006
3
3
3
3
22.5-24
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Requirements
forthe PayrollandIncomeTaxPreparerCertificate: Units
[El17/99999/0502.10]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
4
ACCTG435
PayrollAccounting
3
ACCTGFS
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
4
(or ACCTGFS
454,Introductionto theTaxationof
CorporationsandPartnerships)
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
AdvancedTechniquesin AccountingSoftware
Programs
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Requirements
fortheAdministration
ofJusticeCertificate:
[L132/15298/2105.00]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor the A.S.Degree.
completionof this Chaffeycertificate,candidateswill possessthe knowledge
andanalyticaltools necessaryto useaccountingdataeffectively.Additionally,
by completingthe tax classthey will be recognizedby the Stateof California
and:
ACCTG459
ACCTG462
Units
40
J_!Chaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Requirementsforthe AirframeCertificate:
[L011/04772/0950.10]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsforthe AirframeA.S.Degree
(core+ emphasis)
Totalunitsforthe certificate
40
Powerplant
[S012/04773/0950.20]
Corerequirements,plus:
AERO20
PowerplantTheoryandMaintenance
AERO21
PowerplantSystemsandComponentsI
AERO22
AERO23ABC
PowerplantSystemsandComponentsII
PowerplantAeronauticsLaboratory
AERO24ABCDEFPowerplant
AeronauticsLaboratory
Plus3 units from the following:
Econom
Jcs1,2
History5,6
Philosophy70, 76, 80, 81,82
PoliticalScience7, 10
Psychology1
Sociology10
Totalunitsforthemajor
NOTE:
Amodern
language
ishighlyrecommended
fortransfer
students.
16
4.5
4.5
ART
4.5
1.5-1.5-1.5
TheArtprogramprovidespreparationfor universityandcollegetransferand/or
careersinfine arts,visualcommunicationsandgraphiccommunications/digitalmedia,withan emphasison individualcreativityanddevelopment.
1-1-1-1-1-1
Totalunitsforthe major
40
To transfer,studentsshouldconsultwith the intendedtransfer institutionto
obtaina list of appropriatecoursesto completeat ChaffeyCollege.Forthe
Associatein Artsdegree,studentsfollowthe programlistedfor oneof the followingareasof emphasis.
Requirements
forthe Powerplant
Certificate:
[L012/04773/0950.20]
Sameasthe major requirementsforthe PowerplantA.S.Degree
(core+emphasis)
Totalunitsforthecertificate
24
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
ART10
Fundamentals
ofDesignin TwoDimensions
ART12
Fundamentalsof Designin ThreeDimensions
ART14
Introductionto Drawing
40
ANTHROPOLOGY
ART480
Anthropologyisthe studyof people,rangingfrom theoriginand biological
evolutionof our speciesto tracingthe prehistoryandhistoryof culturesto
Pluscompletionof oneof the following emphases:
PortfolioandPresentation
(TakeART480nearthe endof program.)
Units
4
4
3
3
defininggroupbehaviorin non-westernandwesterncultures.Thus,anthropologyisconsidered
to bethemostholisticof the socialsciences.Thegoalof
anthropology
isto answerthe question,"Whatis humankind?",from a biGlogical,prehistoric,andbehavioralperspective.The integrativeapproachto
the disciplinelinksanthropology
with the life and socialsciences,and has
strongtieswith disciplines
rangingfrom biologyandpsychology
to political
science,history,andthearts,providinga humanisticperspective.
Anthropology is particularly
suitedto personswitha widerangeof interestsaswellas
Art Emphasis
[A020/04776/1002.00]
Corerequirements,plus:
ART16
IntroductiontoPainting
ART18
Introductionto Ceramics
(orART20, CeramicSculpture,
4)
PHOTO10
BeginningPhotography
offeringspecificinsightstoothersin morespecialized
disciplines.
Thestudy
of anthropology
offerspreparation
for careersin teaching,lawenforcement,
medicineandhealthcare,andmuseums,to namejust a few. Increasingly,
businessandindustryleadersareemployinganthropologists
inkeypositions
becausetheir holisticperspective
andbroadculturalunderstanding
prepare
themtoaddressmodern-daychallenges.
Plus I coursefrom the following:
ART1
Contempory
Art:1950-Present
ART3
ArtHistoryof WesternWorld:Ancient- 1400
ART5
ArtHistoryofWesternWorld:1400- Contemporary
ART6
WomenArtistsin History
ART8
ContemporaryMedia,Art andVisualLanguage
ART407
HistoryofDesign
3
3
3
3
3
3
Plus I coursefrom the following:
ART32
IntermediateDrawing
ART34
IntermediatePainting
ART35
IntermediateCeramics
4
4
3
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinArtsDegree:
[A015/04814/2202.00]
ANTHRO1
Introductionto PhysicalAnthropology
ANTHRO1L
Laboratoryfor PhysicalAnthropology
ANTHRO2
Introductionto Archaeology
ANTHRO3
Introductionto SocialandCulturalAnthropology
Units
3
1
3
3
Units
14
3
3
4
Totalunitsforthe major
PlusI coursefrom the following:
SCSC110
Statisticsfor SocialScience
STAT10
Elementary
Statistics
4
4
30-32
RecommendedCourses:ART3 & 5 (above),ART44, andPHOTO456
CeramicsStudioEmphasis
Plus3 units from the following:
Communication
Studies2, 12, 72,74, 76
FineArts50
[A025/04777/1002.30]
Corerequirements,plus:
ART3
ArtHistoryof WesternWorld:Ancient- 1400
Plus4 units from the following:
Biology1, 11, 12,50
Chemistry10; 21, 21L1,21L2;22, 22L1,22L2
Geography1,4, 5
ART18
ART20
ART35
ART44
Geology1,2
Physics5 & 6,20A
Introductionto Ceramics
CeramicSculpture
IntermediateCeramics
Mixed-MediaStudioandTheory
Totalunitsforthemajor
Units
14
3
3
4
3
3
30
RecommendedCourses:ART9, 16,35 (above),40
CATALOG
2005-2006
37
jl_JChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Drawing/Painting
StudioEmphasis
[A030/10366/1002.1
O]
Corerequirements,plus:
ART1
Contemporary
Art: 1950-Present
(orART6, WomenArtistsin History)
ART16
Introductionto Painting
ART30
FigureDrawing
ART32
IntermediateDrawing
ART34
IntermediatePainting
DesignforMultimediaEmphasis
Units
14
3
3
3
4
4
Totalunitsforthe major
Units
[A046/12211/0614.1
O]
Corerequirements,plus:
ART1
Contemporary
Art:1950- Present
ART14
Introduction
to Drawing
ART44
Mixed-MediaStudioandTheory
ART83
InternetandWebDesign
ART400
Fundamentals
ofAnimation
ART484
2D MotionGraphicAnimation
31
RecommendedCourses:ART6,8, 44,62A;PHOTO
10,456
NewMediaEmphasis
[A040/10367/0614.00]
14
3
3
3
4
4
4
Plus oneof the following:
ART8
ContemporaryMedia,ArtandVisualLanguage
ART482
EditingDigitalMedia
3
4
CINEMA25
PHOTO10
Surveyof WorldCinema
Beginning
Photography
3
4
Totalunitsforthe major
38-39
TheNewMediaEmphasis
demonstrates
thediverseexperiences
andtheories
of the newgenresassociated
with mixedmedia,multimedia,
massmedia,
performance,
andinstallation.Coursesinthis emphasisadvanceinquiryinto
contemporaryusesof photography,
video,film,andcomputer-oriented
digitalmedia.Studentsareencouraged
tocreateanddevelopexpressive
andcriticalabilitieswithintheinterrelateddisciplines.
Units
Corerequirements,plus:
14
Requirements
fortheDesignforMultimediaCertificate:
Units
[T047/12211/0614.10]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.A.Degree(core+ emphasis)
ART1
ART8
ContemporaryArt: 1950-Present
Contemporary
Media,ArtandVisualLanguage
3
3
RecommendedCourses:ART5, 12,407;CINEMA26
ART44
ART67
Mixed-Media
StudioandTheory
ComputerGraphicsI
3
3
WebDesignEmphasis
Totalunitsfor themajor
Total unitsforthe certificate
26
Corerequirements,plus:
ART1
Contemporary
Art:1950- Present
ART8
Contemporary
Media,ArtandVisualLanguage
ART73
Typography
andLayout
ART82
Introduction
toMultimedia
ART83
InternetandWebDesign
ART/DIGITAL
MEDIA
[A045/12210/1030.00]
Corerequirements,plus:
ART1
Contemporary
Art:1950- Present
ART14
ART73
ART83
ART407
ART474
PHOTO10
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Units
4
3
4
ART/VISUAL
(:OMMUNICATION:
l
14
3
Totalunitsforthe major
39
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[S045/04782/1013.00]
ART8
Contemporary
Media,ArtandVisualLanguage
ART14
Introduction
toDrawing
ART30
FigureDrawing
ART62A
Illustration
I
ART67
ComputerGraphicsI
ART73
Typography
andLayout
ART478
Illustration
ontheComputer
ART480
Portfolio
andPresentation
Requirements
fortheComputerGraphicDesignforPrint
MediaCertificate:
Units
[T046/12210/1030.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.A.Degree(core+ emphasis)
CATALOG
2005-2006
LLUSTRATION
I
The Illustrationprogramdevelopsstudentabilitiesto expressconceptsand
ideasin variedvisualforms.Primaryemphasisisonconceptsandskilldevelopmentto facilitatestudentpreparation
of a portfoliofor usein conjunction
withemployment
interviews
and/ortransferto a four-yearinstitution.
Units
3
4
4
3
4
4
32
RecommendedCourses:ART5, 8, 407,482,484;PHOTO10, 456
3
Introduction
to Drawing
Typography
andLayout
InternetandWebDesign
Historyof Design
IdentitySystemDesign
Beginning
Photography
Totalunitslorthecertificate
RecommendedCourses:ART5,8, 12;PHOTO410,456
Units
[T049/12213/0614.30]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
forthe A.A.Degree(core+ emphasis)
Plus completionof oneof the following emphases:
ComputerGraphicDesignforPrintMediaEmphasis
32
Requirementsfor the WebDesignCertificate:
catesareofferedinthreeseparatedigitalmediacareerfieldemphases.
Portfolio
andPresentation
(Take
ART480
neartheendofprogram.)
14
3
3
4
4
4
Totalunits forthe major
The DigitalMediaprogramis across-discipline
programdesignedto prepare
studentsfor employment
in the fieldsof WebDesign,GraphicDesign,Motion
Graphics,
SoundDesign,andInteractive
Multimedia.
Bothdegreesandcertifi-
ART480
Units
[A048/12213/0614.30]
RecommendedCourses:ART6, 82;BRDCAST
3; CINEMA25;COMSTD12;
MUSIC4; PHOTO1,10, 456;THEATRE
1,10
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
ART67
ComputerGraphicsI
ART82
Introductionto Multimedia
37-38
Units
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
(TakeART480nearthe endof program)
39
38
II_i_[ChaffeyCollege
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Plus I coursefrom the following:
ART1
ContemporaryArt: 1950-Present
3
AUTOMOTIVE
COLLISION
REPAIR
TECHNOLOGY
ART5
ART6
ART12
ART16
ART32
ART34
ART62B
ART407
3
3
4
3
4
4
3
3
Automotivecollisionrepairtechniciansrestoredamagedmotor vehiclesby
straighteningbentframes,removingdents,weldingtorn metal,and replacing
defectiveparts. Specialequipmentis usedto align marredframesand body
sections.Pneumaticpanelcuttersare utilizedto removeruinedbodypanels
and new sections are weldedin place. Large dents are pushedout with
hydraulicjacks,hand-pryingbars,handtools, or pneumatichammers.Plastic
or solderis usedto fill smalldentsthatcannot heworkedout of metals.Followingrestoration,surfacesaresandedandpainted.
28-2g
TheAssociatein ScienceDegreein AutomotiveCollisionRepairincludesall
repairphasesof damagedbodiesand fenders,includingpainting.This programpreparesstudentsfor employment
in theindustry.
Art HistoryofWesternWorld:1400- Contemporary
WomenArtistsin History
Fundamentals
of DesigninThreeDimensions
Introductionto Painting
IntermediateDrawing
IntermediatePainting
IllustrationII
Historyof Design
Totalunitsforthe major
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
Requirements
forthe IllustrationCertificate:
[T045/04782/1013.00]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsforthe A.S.Degree
andgeneraleducationrequirementsabove,plus:
ART12, 16, andoneadditionalcoursefrom abovelist
Totalunitsforthe certificate
4
Majorrequirements
IortheAssociateinScienceDegree:
[S050/04771/0949.00]
ACRT400
BasicAutomotiveCollisionRepair
ACRT410
AdvancedAutomotiveCollisionRepair
ACRT420
BasicAutomotiveCollisionRefinishing
ACRT430
AdvancedAutomotiveCollisionRefinishing
ACRT450
Pinstriping,Flame,andGraphics
AUTOTEC
426 AutomotiveAir ConditioningSystems
32-33
10-11
42-44
Totalunitsforthe major
ARTHISTORY
or:
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:*
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
ART12
Fundamentals
ofDesignin ThreeDimension
ART14
Introduction
to Drawing
ART18
Introduction
to Ceramics
PHOTO10
BeginningPhotography
Totalunitsforthemajor
25.3
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNOLOGY
consult with the intendedtransfer institution to determinethe appropriate
coursesto completeat Chaffey.
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
ART9
ArtoftheAncientAmericas(Non-Western)
ID13
Non-European
Architecture
andDesign
(Non-Western)
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
ART6
WomenArtistsin History
ART407
Historyof Design
PHOTO1
Historyof Photography
25.3
Totalunitsforthe certificate
ArtandArchitecture,
aswellasthe criticalroles
thatsociety.
Photography,
ContemporaryArt, and GraphicDesignhavein
shapingour
Studentsshould
PlusoneStudiocourse:* ART1O,12, 14, 18; PHOTO10
5
5
5
5
2
3.3
Requirementsforthe AutomotiveCollisionRepairTechnologyCertificate:
[L050/04771/0949.00]
Sameasthe major requirementsfor the A.S.Degree.
TheArt Historyprogrampreparesstudentsfor transferto four-yearcolleges
anduniversitiesandfor careersin education,museums,research,andrelated
fields. Studentslearnthe majortheoriesand artistic movementsin Art and
Architecturefrom the ancientto the modernworld, and evaluatethe influencesthatsocial,political,andreligiousinstitutionshaveinthe creationofart.
Theprogramaddressesthe dynamicfieldsof bothWesternandNon-Western
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A036/15259/1001.00]
ART1
Contemporary
Art: 1950- Present
ART3
Art Historyof theWesternWorld:Ancient-1400
ART5
Art Historyof theWesternWorld:
1400- Contemporary
Units
TheAutomotiveTechnologycurriculumis designedto providestudentswith
the skillsand knowledgenecessaryto succeedastechniciansinthe automotiveserviceindustry.TheAutomotiveTechnologyprogramatChaffeyCollegeis
certifiedbythe NationalAutomotiveTechnicianEducationFoundation(NATEF).
Studentswhosuccessfully
complete
therequirements
fortheAssociate
of ScienceDegreeorthe General
AutomotiveTechnologyCertificate
willbe qualified
to takethe examinationsrequiredfor certificationas an AutomotiveMaster
Technicianand will receivecreditfor one year of relatedwork experience
towardscertification.
Units
3
3
3
3-4
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinScienceDegree:
[$055/04770/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricity
andElectronics
AUTOTEC
420 Brakes
AUTOTEC
421 Suspension
andSteeringSystems
AUTOTEC
422 Fuel,IgnitionandEmissionControlSystems
AUTOTEC
423 EngineManagement
SystemsandDrivability
AUTOTEC
424 ManualDriveTrains
AUTOTEC
425 AutomaticTransmissions
andTransaxles
3
3
3
3
4
AUTOTEC
426 AutomotiveAirConditioning
Systems
AUTOTEC
427 EngineOperation
andService
AUTOTEC
428 AutomotiveElectrical
Systems
(orAUTOTEC
428A,AutomotiveElectrical
SystemsA, 2.5 anclAUTOTEC
4288,
AutomotiveElectrical
SystemsB,2.5)
4
4
3
3
4
Totalunitsforthemajor
21-24
Units
4
2
3.3
3.3
5
4
3.3
5
3.3
5
5
43.2
• Coursesmay not becountedtwice.
CATALOG
200S-2006
39
I_ Charley College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNOLOGY
CERTIFICATE
PROGRAMS
Engine
Performance
(SmogCheck)
Technician
AutomotiveElectricalSystems
TheEnginePerformanceCertificateprovidesthe trainingrequiredbythe CaliforniaSmogCheckprogramandqualifiesthe studentto takethe SmogCheck
Technicianlicenseexamination.
The Automotive ElectricalSystems Certificate prepares the student for
employmentasanautomotiveelectricalsystemsspecialist.Studentswiththe
certificatearequalifiedto takeAutomotiveServiceExcellence
(ASE)examinationfor certificationin Electricity/Electronics
andAir Conditioning.
Requirements
forthe AutomotiveElectricalSystemsCertificate:
[L445/15529/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricityandElectronics
AUTOTEC
426 AutomotiveAir ConditioningSystems
AUTOTEC
428 AutomotiveElectricalSystems
(or AUTOTEC
428A,AutomotiveElectrical
SystemsA,2.5 andAUTOTEC
428B,
AutomotiveElectricalSystemsB,2.5)
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Requirements
fortheEnginePerformance
(SmogCheck)
TechnicianCertificate:
[L448/15527/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricityandElectronics
AUTOTEC
422 Fuel,IgnitionandEmissionControlSystems
AUTOTEC
423 EngineManagementSystemsandDrivability
AUTOTEC
428 AutomotiveElectricaISystems
(or AUTOTEC
428A,AutomotiveElectrical
SystemsA,2.5 andAUTOTEC
428B,Automotive
ElectricalSystemsB,2.5)
AUTOTEC
443 CleanAir EmissionControl
(or AUTOTEC
443A,BasicCleanAir Emission
Control,2 andAUTOTEC
443B, Advanced
CleanAir EmissionControl,2)
Units
4
2
3.3
5
14.3
Automotive
Maintenance
andLightRepair
Total unitsforthecertificate
Units
4
2
5
4
5
4
24
TheAutomotiveMaintenanceandLight RepairCertificatepreparesstudents
EngineRebuilding
foremploymentasautomotivemaintenanceandlighttechnicians.
Requirementsforthe Automotive
Maintenance
and
LightRepairCertificate:
[L446/15528/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricityandElectronics
AUTOTEC420 Brakes
AUTOTEC
421 SuspensionandSteeringSystems
AUTOTEC
426 AutomotiveAir ConditioningSystems
AUTOTEC
428A AutomotiveElectricalSystems- A
Totalunitsforthecertificate
The EngineRebuildingCertificatepreparesstudentsfor employmentas an
automotivemachinist.
Units
4
2
3.3
3.3
3.3
2.5
Requirements
fortheEngineRebuildingCertificate:
[L449/99999/0948.00]
AUTOTEC430 EngineRebuilding-UpperEngine
AUTOTEC
431 EngineRebuilding-LowerEngine
TotalunitsforthecerUficate
Units
5
5
10
18.4
GeneralAutomotive
Technology
AutomotiveMechanicalSystems
The GeneralAutomotiveTechnologyCertificatepreparesthe student for
employmentas an automotivetechnician.Studentswith the certificateare
qualifiedtotakeAutomotiveServiceExcellence
(ASE)examinations
forcertificationas a MasterAutomotive
Technician,
andwillreceivecreditforoneyear
of relatedworkexperience
towardscertification.
The AutomotiveMechanicalSystems Certificatepreparesstudentsfor
employmentaschassis(undercar)anddrivetrain (heavyline)technicians,
Studentswith thecertificatearequalifiedto takeAutomotiveServiceExcellence(ASE)examinationfor certification
in Brakes,Suspension
andSteering,
ManualDriveTrainsandAxles,AutomaticTransmissions
andTransaxles
and
EngineRepair.
Requirements
forthe Automotive
Mechanical
SystemsCertificate:
[L447/15530/0948.00]
AUTOTEC410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricityandElectronics
AUTOTEC420 Brakes
AUTOTEC
421 SuspensionandSteeringSystems
AUTOTEC424 ManualDriveTrains
AUTOTEC
425 AutomaticTransmissionsandTransaxles
AUTOTEC
427 EngineOperationandService
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Majorrequirements
forthe GeneralAutomotive
Technology
Certificate:
Units
4
2
3.3
3.3
3.3
5
5
25.9
AUTOTEC
428
AutomotiveElectricalSystems
(or AUTOTEC
428A,AutomotiveElectrical
SystemsA,2.5 andAUTOTEC
428B,
AutomotiveElectricalSystemsB,2.5)
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
[T055/04770/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
415 AutomotiveElectricityandElectronics
AUTOTEC420 Brakes
AUTOTEC
421 SuspensionandSteeringSystems
AUTOTEC
422 Fuel,IgnitionandEmissionControlSystems
AUTOTEC
423 EngineManagementSystemsandDrivability
AUTOTEC
424 ManualDriveTrains
AUTOTEC
425 AutomaticTransmissionsandTransaxles
AUTOTEC
426 AutomotiveAir ConditioningSystems
AUTOTEC
427 EngineOperationandService
40
4
2
3.3
3.3
5
4
3.3
5
3.3
5
5
43.2
[E_!Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
HighPerformance
Engines
Building
andBlueprinting
BROADEASTING
ANDCINEMA
TheHiGhPerformanceEnginesBuildingandBlueprintingCertificatesignifies
thatthestudenthasdevelopedskillsinadvancedenginemachiningandmudificationfor improvedperformance.Studentsbuildon the skillsdevelopedin
enginerebuildingcoursesto learnhow to build andblueprintenginesthat
exceedthemanufacturer'soriginalhorsepowerandtorqueratings,
TheBroadcasting
andCinemadegreeprogramisa challengingandtechnology
driven learningenvironmentdesignedfor studentswho want to enhance,
refine,andpolishtheirstorytellingcreations.Coursesof studyfollowthetraditional modes of the production process while providing studentswith a
dynamicand innovativelearningenvironment. Studentsmay arrangetheir
own programof coursesin broadcastingand cinemaproduction,including
cinemastudies,producing,broadcastaudio,televisionandradioannouncing,
radioproduction,scriptwriting,postproduction
editing,IV production,cinema,andHDTVproduction.
Requirements
fortheHighPerformance
Engines
Certificate:
Units
[El10/99999/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
430 EngineRebuilding-UpperEngine
5
AUTOTEC
431 EngineRebuilding- LowerEngine
5
AUTOTEC
435 HighPerformanceEngineBuildingandBlueprinting
5
ServiceAdvising
TheBroadcastingand Cinemacertificateprogramis for studentsto learnand
applythe processesinvolvedinthe creative,collaborativebusinessof producing radio,motionpicture,andtelevisionproductions.Focusis on howtocraft
ideasinto storytellingmaterials,put them together,and managethe process
through completion. This certificatepreparesstudentsfor various career
opportunities in screenwriting,directing, producing,announcing, audio
TheServiceAdvisingCertificate
preparesstudentsforemploymentasservice
advisorsorconsultantsinautomotivedealerships
andrepairshops,
recording,cinematography,
cameraoperation,and other vocationsin the
motionpicture,radio,television,andbroadcastindustries.
Requirements
fortheServiceAdvisingCertificate:
[L450/99999/0948.00]
AUTOTEC
405 ServiceAdvising
AUTOTEC
410 ServiceandRepair
AUTOTEC
496ABCD
Internships
in AutomotiveCareers
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUSOT29
Fundamentals
of ComputerKeyboarding
Majorrequirements
forthe Associate
in ScienceDegree:
[S070/04764/0604.00]
BRDCAST
3
SurveyofBroadcasting
andElectronic
Media
BRDCAST474 HighDefinitionTelevisionProduction
CINEMA20
Scriptwriting
CINEMA25
Surveyof WorldCinema
CINEMA30
CinemaProduction
CINEMA80
Producingfor BroadcastandCinema
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Totalunitsforthecertificate
15
Units
3
4
1-4
3
1.5
12.5 - 15.5
FINART50
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
Introductionto FineArts
3
Plusg additionalunitsin Broadcastingor Cinemacourses:
BRDCAST
55,
80,
82,
85,
70,
92A-H,
92LA-H;
CINEMA
28,
98ABCD
DolOLOGY
TheBiologicalSciencemajorpreparesstudentsfor a widevarietyof professionaland paraprofessionaloccupationsin both the appliedandacademic
fields.
Totalunitsforthe major
Conceptsandproceduresof biologycoursesprovidetheknowledgeandpracticesessentialfor thoseinterestedinagriculture,biology,botany,microbiology,zoology,entomology,fishandwildlife,ecology,plantbreeding,animaland
plant physiology,medicaltechnologyin public and privateinstitutionsand
labs, bacteriologicalareasof industry, prerequisitesfor allied health programs,physicaltherapy,undergraduatepreparationfor medicine,dentistry,
veterinarymedicine,landscape
design,graduateprogramsleadingto teaching andresearch,andnaturalresourcemanagement
includinggamewarden,
Bureauof Land Management,
wildfirecontrol,wildernessrescue,fisheries,
forestry,parkranger,wildlifeandlandmanagement,
andnaturalresources.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$065/04755/0401.00]
BIOL52
GeneralBotany
BIOL55
VertebrateZoology
BIOL63
PopulationBiology
3
3
3
2
3
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
BRDCAST
62
Multi-Camera
Television
Production
BRDCAST
70
AppliedTelevisionPostproduction
BRDCAST
474 HighDefinitionTelevision
Production
CINEMA30
CinemaProduction
CINEMA80
ProducingforBroadcastandCinema
3
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthe certificate
17
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
4
Totalunitsforthemajor
21
CATALOG
2005-2006
Requirements
fortheBroadcasting
andCinemaCertificate:
[L070/04764/0604.00]
BRDCAST
3
Surveyof Broadcasting
andElectronicMedia
BRDCAST
55
BroadcastAudioandAnnouncing
BRDCAST
60
TelevisionProduction
BRDCAST
65
RadioProduction
CINEMA20
Scriptwriting
Units
Plus7 unitsfrom the following:
BIOL5
Introductionto CellandMolecularBiology
BIOL11
Evolution,Sex,andBehavior
BIOL23
GeneralMicrobiology
BIOL23L
GeneralMicrobiologyLaboratory
810L56
InvertebrateZoology
RequiredGeneralEducationCourse:
BIOL50
CoreBiology
30
4
41
[] Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION/SMALL
BUSINESS
ENTREPRENEUR
TheBusinessAdministrationAssociateinScienceDegreeis designedfor the
studenttransferringto afour-yearinstitution. Studentsareadvisedto consult
with acounselorfor transferrequirementsto specificuniversities.In addition,
the AssociateDegree/Certificate
is intendedfor the student interestedin
enteringthe field of businessupon completionof the Certificateand/or the
AssociateDegree.
Accordingto a Dun and Bradstreetreport of small businesses,inadequate
managementis a major contributorto businessfailures.The purposeof this
curriculumis to enhancethe successrateof entrepreneursby providingmanagerialtechniquesandinformationthatwill be usefulto anyonewho wantsto
starta businessor improveconditionsinanestablishedbusiness.
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[S075/04757/0505.00]
ACCTG1A
Principles
ofAccountingI
4
ACCTG1B
PrinciplesofAccountingII
4
BUS10
Introductionto Business
3
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
3
ECON2
Principlesof Macroeconomics
3
ENGL1A
Composition
3
(or BUSOT88, WrittenCommunicationfor Business)
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
3
Totalunitsforthemajor
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$390/07371/0506.40]
ACCTG459
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
ACCTGFS
450 TaxPreparationfor SmallBusiness
ACCTGFS
465 FinancialAccountingfor the Non-AccountingMajor
(or ACCTG1A,Principlesof AccountingI, 4)
BUS10
Introductionto Business
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnershipandManagement
BUS402
Introductionto Import/Export
BUS430
Introductionto EntrepreneurshJp
MGMT40
IntroductiontoManagement
23
Requirements
forthe Business
Adminislration
Certificate:
[L075/04757/0505.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree,plus:
g units from the following:
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnership
andManagement
BUS49
Business
Computations
BUS61
Introduction
to GlobalBusiness
BUS435
MarketingandtheLaw
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
MGMT42
HumanResourceManagement
MGMT44
Introductionto HumanRelations
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate
32
Units
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
1.5
3
Plusnine units from the following:
ACCTG435
PayrollAccounting
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUS55
Advertising
BUS61
IntroductiontoGlobalBusiness
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
forBusiness
MGMT42
HumanResource
Management
MGMT44
Introduction
toHumanRelations
MGMT440
Principlesof Leadership
MGMT460
TotalQualityManagementConcepts
MGMT480
Principlesof Supervision
Totalunitsforthe major:
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
31.5-32.5
Requirements
fortheSmallBusinessEntrepreneur
LevelI Certificate:
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
ARKETING
/M
ACCTGFS
450 TaxPreparationforSmallBusiness
[L390/99999/0506.40]
1.5
The MarketingCertificate
preparesstudentsfor marketingandmanagement
trainingpositionsthatrequireaworkingknowledgeof marketing,advertising,
andsales.
ACCTGFS
465
BUS45
BUS430
3
3
1.5
Requirements
forthe Business
Administration/Marketing
Certificate:
[L080/99999/0509.00]
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS55
Advertising
Plussix units from the following:
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS55
Advertising
BUS61
Introductionto GlobalBusiness
BUS402
Introductionto Import/Export
3
3
3
3
3
3 "
MGMT40
MGMT42
3
3
Plustwo coursesfrom the following:
BUS10
Introductionto Business
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnershipandManagement
BUS60
BusinessEthics
BUS61
Introductionto GlobalBusiness
MGMT44
Introduction
to HumanRelations
Tolalunitsforthe certificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Financial
Accounting
fortheNon-Accounting
Major
SmallBusinessOwnershipandManagement
Introductionto Entrepreneurship
Introductionto Management
HumanResourceManagement
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
15
Requirements
forthe SmallBusiness
Entrepreneur
LevelII Certificate:
[L391/07371/0506.40]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree.
15
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
42
31.5-32.5
IWChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
BUSINESS,
MERCHANDISING
Level
Two
(SeeFashion
Merchandising
andManagement)
BUSINESS
ANDOFFICE
TECHNOLOGIES
The Businessand Office Technologiesprogram(1) preparesstudentsfor
employmentasofficesupportpersonnel,administrativeassistants,andoffice
managers;(2) developscomputercompetenciesfor the workplace,educational advancement,and personaluse; and (3) providesa foundationfor
developingworkplaceandlifelonglearning,skills,andknowledge.The programoffersAssociatein ScienceDegrees,ProgramCertificates,
and ProficiencyCertificates.
[LO56/gg99g/0514.00]
BUSOT40B
ComputerKeyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord - Specialist
3
3
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
for Business
(orBUSOT460,Proofreading:
TextEditingSkills)
3
BUSOT444
BUSOT470
ConceptsandTechniquesof DataEntry
ElectronicOfficeProcedures
2
3
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Recommended:
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsin BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
14
1-4
DataEntry
Plusaminimumkeyboardingspeedof35 warnfor 5 minutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
DepartmentProficiency
Certificate.
The DataEntryCertificate
preparesstudentsfor positions
usingmicrocomputers.Studentsdevelopskillsandknowledgein alphanumeric
keyboarding
andcomputercompetencies.
Medical InsuranceBilling
The MedicalInsuranceBillingCertificateoffersa study of the medicalfront
office, including office procedures,medicallaw and ethics, scheduling
appointments
andsurgeries,billingandcollection,recordsmanagement,
and
physicalcodingfor insurancebilling.
nequirementsfortheDataEntryCertificate:
Units
[L101/99999/0514.00]
BUSOT40B
ComputerKeyboarding:
Speedand
AccuracyDevelopment
3
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist
3
BUSOT62
MicrosoftOfficeOutlook(orCIS1,Introduction
1.5
to ComputerInformationSystems,3)
BUSOT63A
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Specialist
1.5
(orBUSOT64A,MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Specialist
or
BUSOT63, MicrosoftOfficeExcel-Comprehensive,
3)
BUSOT444
ConceptsandTechniquesof DataEntry
2
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Requirements
fortheMedicalInsuranceBillingCertificate:
[L329/04762/0514.20]
BIOL30
BeginningMedicalTerminology
BIOL424
.,,Anatomy andPhysiology
BUSOT40B k,/ ComputerKeyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist
BUSOT475_
MedicalOfficeProcedures
BUSOT477_
MedicalInsuranceBilling
BUSOTMD410 BasicCPT4Coding
11-14
Recommended:
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsinBusinessandOfficeTechnologies
1-4
BUSOT50 _
BUSOT61
BUSOT62
BUSOT63A
GeneralOfficeAssistant
The GeneralOfficeAssistantCertificateoffers professionalpreparationfor
entry-levelbusinessandofficepositions.
Emphasisondeveloping
theessentialskillsfortoday'sworkplace:
computerkeyboarding
andwordprocessing,
recordsmanagement,
languageskills,andinterpersonal
skills.GeneralOffice
Assistantsmay be employedas generalclerks,receptionists,word processors,andinotherentry-levelpositions.
Units
[L055/99999/0514.00]
BUSOT29
Fundamentals
of ComputerKeyboarding
(or BUSOT4OA,BeginningComputerKeyboarding,3)
BUSOT30
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWord
BUSOT50
FilingandRecordsManagement
BUSOT400
JobSearchandInterviewingTechniques
BUSOT452
Bookkeeping
Procedures
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
Totalunitsforthecertificate
3
3
3
3
3
FilingandRecordsManagement
MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
MicrosoftOfficeOutlook
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Specialist
(orBUSOT63, MicrosoftOfficeExcelComprehensive,
3)
BUSOT64A
MicrosoftOfficeAccess-Specialist
BUSOT452/
Bookkeeping
Procedures
BUSOT455_
Fundamentals
of EnglishforBusiness
BUSOT471
Administrative
OfficeManagement
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsin BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
(onlyoneunit will beappliedto the certificate)
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
Totalunitsforthe certificate
24
1.5
3
3
3
1
Plusa minimumkeyboarding
speedof 35 warnfor five minutesverifiedby the
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
DepartmentProficiencyCertificate.
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
3
3
MEDICAL
TRANSCRIBING
(SeeTranscriptionist)
13.5-15
Recommended:
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsinBusinessandOfficeTechnologies
CATALOG
2005-2006
3
3
Plus3 units from the following:
Plusaminimumkeyboarding
speedof 40wamforfiveminutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
Department
Proficiency
Certificate.
Requirements
fortheGeneralOfficeAssistant
Certificate:
LevelOne
Units
1-4
43
![]! Charley College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Microsoft
Office
Specialist
Microsoft
WordSpecialist
TheMicrosoftOfficeSpecialist
certificateprogramisdesignedtoprovidestudentswithcore-levelcompetency
in theMicrosoftOfficeSuite,themostcornmonlyfoundbusiness
softwareapplications
programinthecurrentelectronic
workplace.Studentswith thiscertificatepossesscompetencies
in the basic
functionsand featuresof word processing,
spreadsheetapplications,
databasemanagement,presentations,
and desktoppublishing
programswithin
theMicrosoftOfficeSuite.
TheMicrosoftWordSpecialist
Certificate
offersin-depthcompetency
in utilizingcurrentbusinesssoftware.This programwillpreparestudentsfor positionsrequiringexpertiseintheuseof MicrosoftWord.
Requiremenls
fortheMicrosoftOfficeSpecialistCertificate:
[E350/99999/0514.00]
BUSOT40B
Computer
Keyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist
BUSOT61
MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
BUSOT63A
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Specialist
(or BUSOT63, MicrosoftOfficeExcelComprehensive,
3)
Requirements
forthe MicrosoftWordSpecialistCertificate:
[L352/99999/0514.00]
BUSOT40B
Computer
Keyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist
BUSOT60B
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Expert
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
ofEnglishfor Business
Units
3
3
1.5
1.5
BUSOT
MicrosoftOfficeAccess
- Specialist
BUSOT64A
400
JobSearchandInterviewing
Techniques
BUSOT41OA MicrosoftOfficePublisher-Specialist
Totalunitsforthecertificate
The Office ManagementProgram preparesstudents for business office
careers, including those in middle/administrativemanagement.Students
developabilitiesthatcreateopportunitiesfor promotions,job transitions,and
positionsof greaterresponsibility
intheworkplace.Emphasis
on supervision,
leadership,
andinterpersonal
skills.
Plusaminimumkeyboarding
speedof 35warnforfiveminutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologiesDepartment
ProficiencyCertificate.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociate
in ScienceDegree:
[$321/04761/0,5.14.40]
BUSOT40B\-" ComputerKeyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT50
FilingandRecordsManagement
MicrosoftOfficeExpert
The MicrosoftOfficeExpertcertificateprogramis designedto providestudentswith expert-levelcompetencyin the MicrosoftOfficeSuite,the most
commonlyfoundbusinesssoftwareapplicationsprogramin thecurrentelectronic workplace.Studentswiththis certificatepossessexpertcompetencies
in the advancedfunctions and featuresof word processing,spreadsheet
applications,databasemanagement,presentations,anddesktoppublishing
programswithinthe MicrosoftOfficeSuite.
(or BUSOT64A*,MicrosoftOfficeAccessSpecialist,1.5)
BUSOT60B
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Expert
BUSOT61,62, MicrosoftOffice-Outlook,Excel,Access,
63A,64A
PowerPoint(anycombinationof BUSOT61,
62,63A,or 64A*to equal3 units)
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
for Business
Requirements
forthe MicrosoftOfficeExpertCertificate:
Units
[L354/15318/0514.00]
Samerequirements
as theMicrosoftOfficeSpecialistCertificateplus: 13.5-15
BUSOT60B
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Expert
3
BUSOT62
MicrosoftOfficeOutlook
1.5
BUSOT63B
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Expert
1.5
(or BUSOT63, MicrosoftOfficeExcel-
Totalunitsforthecertificate
BUSOT400
BUSOT452
1.5
1.5
BUSOT455
BUSOT460
Job SearchandInterviewingTechniques
Bookkeeping
Procedures
(orACCTG1A, PrinciplesofAccountingI, 4)
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
Proofreading:Text-EditingSkills
BUSOT
BUSOT462A
470
BUSOT471
BeginningMachine
Transcription
ElectronicOfficeProcedures
AdministrativeOfficeManagement
Units
3
3
3
3
3
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
3
*BUSOT64A,MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Specialist,may count asalternative
creditfor BUSOT50 or BUSOT61,62, 63A,64A,but not both.
22.5-25.5
Recommended:
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsinBusinessandOfficeTechnologies
1-4
OfficeManagement
13.5-15
Comprehensive,
3)
BUSOT64B
MicrosoftOfficeAccess
- Expert
BUSOT410B MicrosoftOfficePublisher- Expert
3
3
3
3
12
Recommended:
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsinBusinessandOfficeTechnologies
1.5
1.5
1.5
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Units
Plusaminimumkeyboardingspeedof 50warnfor five minutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologiesDepartmentProficiencyCertificate.
1-4
Plus3 units from the following:
Plusa minimumkeyboardingspeedof 40 warnfor fiveminutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologiesDepartmentProficiencyCertificate.
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUSOT63B
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Expert
BUSOT64B
MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Expert
BUSOT460
Proofreading:
Text-EditingSkills
BUSOT465A
BeginningSpeedwritingandNotetaking
BUSOT465B
AdvancedSpeedwritingandNotetaking
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsinBusinessandOfficeTechnologies
(onlyoneunit will beappliedto the certificate)
Totalunitsforthe major
3
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
1
36-38.5
Requirements
fortheOfficeManagementCertificate:
[L321/04761/0514.40]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor the A.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
44
36-38.5
IWlChaffeY Colle._e
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Professional
Administrative
Assistant
Requirementsfor the ProfessionalAdministrativeAssistantCertilicate:
[Executive-L325/07372/0514.00;
Executive-Bilingual-L317/10351/0514.00;
Medical-L319/10353/0514.20]
Sameas the majorrequirementsfor theA.S. Degree.
TheProfessional
AdministrativeAssistantprogramis anAssociateinScience
degreewhichpreparesstudentsfor careersinthe executive,executive-bilingual,andmedicalfields. Professional
administrativeassistantsperforma full
rangeof secretarialandadministrativeduties. Studentsmustspecializewithin afieldof interest:executive,executive-bilingual,
or medical.Administrative
Assistantscommandhighersalariesandhaveopportunitiesfor rapidpromo-
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Transcriptionist.
tions to positionsof greaterresponsibilityand management.Emphasison
developingprofessionalskillsfor today'sworkplace:computercompetencies,
recordsmanagement,languageskills,andinterpersonalskills.
The TranscriptionistCertificateprovidescomputercompetencies,language
skills,interpersonalskills andknowledgeto obtainpositionsusing wordprocessing systems, equipment,and current business software programs.
Emphasizes
developingworkplace
competencies
in transcribingin generalor
medicaloffices.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
Units
BUSOT40B
ComputerKeyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
3
BUSOT50
FilingandRecordsManagement
3
(orBUSOT64A*, MicrosoftOfficeAccess-Specialist,1.5)
BUSOT60B
MicrosoftOfficeWord - Expert
3
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
forBusiness
3
BUSOT400
Job SearchandInterviewingTechniques
1.5
BUSOT
452
Bookkeeping
Procedures
3
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
3
BUSOT460
Proofreading:Text-EditingSkills
3
BUSOT462A
BeginningMachineTranscription
3
BUSOT470** ElectronicOfficeProcedures
3
(or anycombinationof BUSOT61,62, 63A,or 64A*
MicrosoftOffice,to equal3 units)
Requirements
fortheGeneralTranscriptionist
Certificate:
[L332/07375/0514.00]
BUSOT40B
ComputerKeyboarding:
SpeedandAccuracyDevelopment
BUSOT608
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Expert
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunicationfor Business
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
BUSOT460
Proofreading:
Text-EditingSkills
BUSOT462B* AdvancedMachineTranscription
(GeneralEmphasis)
*BUSOT64A,MicrosoftOfficeAccessSpecialist,may count as alternative
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
Plus3 units from the following:
BIOL424
AnatomyandPhysiology
BUS28A
Business
LawI
creditforBUSOT50 orBUSOT61,62,63A,64A,butnotboth.
Plusaminimumkeyboardin0
speedof 50warnfor fiveminutesverifiedbythe
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
Department
Proficiency
Certificate.
Plus3 units from the following:
BIOL30
BeginningMedicalTerminology
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
BUSOT63B
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Expert
BUSOT64B
MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Expert
BUSOT465A BeginningSpeedwriting
andNotetaking
BUSOT465B AdvancedSpeedwriting
andNotetaking
BUSOT471
AdministrativeOfficeManagement
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsin BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
(onlyoneunit will beappliedto the certificate)
36-43.5
3
3
BUSOT61
BUSOT62
BUSOT63A
MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
MicrosoftOfficeOutlook
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Specialist
(orBUSOT63, MicrosoftOfficeExcelComprehensive,
3)
BUSOT64A
MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Specialist
BUSOT470
Electronic
OfficeProcedures
BUSOT496ABCDInternshipsin BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
(onlyoneunitwillbeappliedto the certificate)
3
3
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
1
Totalunitsforthe certificate
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
1
21
Plusa minimumkeyboardingspeedof 50 warnfor fiveminutesasverifiedby
the BusinessandOfficeTechnologiesDepartmentCertificate.
Plusspecializationforcompletionin oneof the following areas:
Executive
[$316/07372/0514.00]
Specialization
fortheMedicalTranscriptionist
Certificate:
[L335/07377/0514.20]
BUSOT465B
AdvancedSpeedwritingandNotetaking
(or BUSOT462B,AdvancedMachineTranscription)
BUSOT470** ElectronicOfficeProcedures
3
Sameas requirementsfor GeneralTranscriptionist(lessBUSOT462B),plus:
BIOL30
BeginningMedicalTerminology
3
BUSOT462B* AdvancedMachineTranscription
3
(MedicalEmphasis)
3
Executive
- Bilingual
BUSOT475
[$317/10351/0514.00]
BUSOT465B AdvancedSpeedwriting
andNotetaking
(or BUSOT462B,AdvancedMachineTranscription)
BUSOT470"* Electronic
OfficeProcedures
and
Oneintermediate-level
courseandone
conversational
coursein amodernlanguage,
(ordocumented
fluencyina modernlanguage,
asvalidatedbythecoordinatorof modernlanguages)
MedicalOfficeProcedures
3
Totalunitsforthe certificate
3
3
6
27
*StudentsmusttakeBUSOT462Bwiththespecificemphasis(generalor reedical)for eachdesiredcertificate,
and mustcompletespecialtycoursesbefore
enrollingin BUSOT462B.
**BUSOT470may notbecountedtwice
Medical
[$319/10353/0514.20]
BIOL424
Anatomy andPhysiology
BUSOT475_,Medical OfficeProcedures
BUSOT477_ MedicalInsuranceBilling
BUSOTMD
410 BasicCPT4Coding
Totalunitsforthe major
CATALOG
2005-2006
3
3
3
3
36-43.5
45
[]Chaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
CHEMISTRY
COMMUNICATION
STUDIES
Chemistryis the scienceof matter,its characterization,
composition,
andits
transformations.It is a vital, growingenterpriseasopposedto a mereaccumulationofknowledge.Anunderstandingof chemistryis basicto the physical
andbiologicalsciencesandfundamentalin avarietyof occupations.Specializedfields of chemistryare inorganic,organic,physical,nuclear,biochemistry, andchemicalengineering.ChaffeyCollegeoffers the first two yearsof
the baccalaureate
degreechemistrycurriculum,
Aninterdisciplinaryareaof inquirywith afoundationintraditionalrhetoricand
contemporarysocial-scientifictheoriesof human communication.The programis suitedto the needsof bothtwo-yearstudentsandstudentswhowish
to transferwith a major or minor in CommunicationStudiesor relatedfields.
Thecurriculum is intendedfor studentswho wish to developa fundamental
understandingandknowledgeof the functionsof communicationintheir daily
lifeandinthe fabricof society.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[S085/04808/1905.00]
CHEM22
GeneralChemistry
CHEM22L1
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM22L2
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM70
Quantitative
Analysis
CHEM75A
OrganicChemistry
CHEM75B
OrganicChemistry
MATH65B
CalculusII
PHYS45
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersI
PHYS46
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersII
Aseriesof corecoursesis designedto providestudentswith the background
neededto exploreanyof severalfieldsin depth.Currently,theseareasarepublic communication,leadershipandgroupcommunication,and interpersonal/
organizationalcommunication.
Units
Totalunitsforthemajor
3
1
1
4
5
5
4
5
5
33
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
CHEM21
GeneralChemistry
CHEM21L1
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM21L2
GeneralChemistryLabI
3
1
1
MATH65A
4
CalculusI
Majorrequirements
forthe Associate
in AdsDegree:
[A095/04803/1506.00]
COMSTD2
Fundamentals
of EffectiveSpeaking
COMSTD4
Fundamentals
of InterpersonalCommunication
COMSTD6
Fundamentals
of SmallGroupCommunication
COMSTD72
LogicandArgumentation
Plus3 coursesfrom the following:
COMSTD12
MassCommunication
andSociety
COMSTD14
Oral Interpretationof Literature
COMSTD74
InterculturalCommunication
COMSTD76
GenderandCommunication
Note:Studentsshouldconsultthe transferinstitutionregardingthetransferabilityoftheOrganicChemistrysequence
(CHEM75A,75B)aslowerdivision.
CHILDDEVELOPMENT
ANDEDUCATION
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthemajor
21
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
COMSTD8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
ENGL1A
Composition
3
3
RecommendedCourses:ANTHRO3; BRDCAST
3; SOC10,11, 14:THEATRE
1
TheChildDevelopment
andEducationprogramprovidesstudentswithcompetenciesneededfor employmentasteacherassistantsinpublicchilddevelopmentclassrooms,andas teachersor directorsin government-funded
or
privatechildcarecenters.Coursesare designedto acquaintstudentswith
basicissues in childdevelopment,curriculumdesign,parenting,andthe
impactof family,community,andschoolson thegrowingchild.Coursesare
usefulfor parentsor anyadultsinterested
inchildren'sissues.
Majorrequirements
forlheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[$090/04797/1305.00]
CDE1
Introductionto PrinciplesandPracticesin
3
EarlyChildhood
CDE2
ChildGrowthandDevelopment
3
CDE3
ChildStudyandObservation
3
CDE4
Child,FamilyandCommunity
3
CDE5
HealthandSafetyof the YoungChild
3
CDE6
TheChildina MulticulturalSociety
3
CDE23
Introductionto Childrenwith SpecialNeeds
3
CDE24
CurriculumTheoryI: PrinciplesandPractices
2
CDE24W
SupervisedOccupationalWorkExperience
Practicum
1
CDE25
CurriculumTheoryI1:AdvancedPrinciplesandPractices 2
CDE25W
SupervisedOccupationalWorkExperience
Practicum
1
CDE26
CommunityInternshipSeminar:
2
ChildDevelopmentandEducation
CDE415
Dynamicsof Play
3
CDE416
BrainResearchandImplicationsfor ClassroomTeaching 3
Totalunitsforthemajor
I1_
35
RecommendedCourses:ENGL450,MATH410
ChildDevelopment
Permits(Assistant,Associate,Teacher,
MasterTeacher,
Site
Supervisor,and ProgramDirector)are issuedby the State Commissionon
TeacherCredentialing.Pleaseconsultwiththedepartment
forthe requirements.
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46
iEiChaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CERTIFICATEPROGRAMS
TheComputerInformation
Systemsprogramisdesignedto (1) preparestudentsfor the employmentmarketat the entrylevelin computeroperations,
computerprogramming,andcomputersystemsdesign/analysis,(2) provide
afoundationfor thosestudentswho planto completea four-yearprogramin
computerinformationsystems,and (3) providecomputerliteracyfor noncomputerinformationsystemsstudents,
TheCiscoCCNAExaminationPreparation
Certificates,LevelsI-IV,confirmthat
the studentpossessesthe industry-recognizedknowledgeandskills required
for completionof eachlevelin a four-coursesequence. In completingthe
sequence,the studentis qualifiedto takethe CiscoCCNAexamination,whichis
administeredbyan outsideagency.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$100/04765/0702.00]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabaseDesignand
Development
CIS30A
Introductionto Telecommunications
CIS50
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
(or CIS50A,Introductionto Computer
NetworksI, 1.5,andCIS50B,Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISPROG
1
Introductionto ComputerProgramming
CISPROG
3
Fundamentals
of VisualBasicProgramming
CISPROG
403 AdvancedVisualBasicProgramming
CiscoCCNAExaminationPreparation,Levels I-IV
Units
Requirements
forthe CiscoCCNAExamination
Preparation
LevelI Certificate:
[L451/99999/0708.00]
4
3
1.5
3
CIS1
CISCO1
3
3
1.5
3
3
3
Units
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CiscoInternetworkingI
3
4
Totalunitsforthe certificate
7
Requirements
fortheCiscoCCNAExamination
PreparationLevelII Certificate:
[L452/99999/0708.00]
Units
LevelICertificate,or CISCO1 or equivalent,plus:
CISCO2
CiscoInternetworkingII
0-7
4
Totalunitsforthecertificate
4-11
Plustwo coursesfrom the following:
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CIS431
ProjectManagement
for InformationTechnology
CIS435
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftVisio
CIS470
Electronic
Commerce
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
Requirements
fortheCiscoCCNAExamination
Preparation
LevelIII Certificate:
[L453/99999/o70e.o0]
Units
CISHDSP
401
CISIWEB
70
CISNTWK11
CISNTWK
410
CISNTWK430
CISNTWK
440
CISPROG
20A
CISPROG
20B
CISPROG
416
3
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
3
LevelII Certificate,orCISCO2or equivalent,
plus:
CISCO3
CiscoInternetworkingIII
0-11
4
Microcomputer
Hardware
CreatingWebPageswithHTML
MicrosoftNetworkServer
MicroSoftNetworkClient
Fundamentals
of Linux
Introduction
to NetworkSecurityAdministration
JavaProgrammingI
JavaProgrammingII
MicrosoftAccessVBAProgramming
Totalunitsforthe major
Totalunitsforthecertificate
31-34
4-15
Requirements
fortheCiscoCCNAExamination
PreparationLevelIV Certificate:
[L454/15533/0708.00]
Units
LevelIII Certificate,or CISCO3 or equivalent,plus:
CISCO4
CiscoInternetworkingIV
0-15
4
Totalunitsforthe certificate
4-19
Cisco CCNP Examination Preparation, Levels V-VIII
Cisco professionalsdesign,build,and maintaincomputernetworksthat use
Ciscosoftwareandhardwareto form the networkingandInternetfoundations
for businessandgovernmentagenciesworldwide. The CiscoCertifiedNetwork Professional(CCNP)ExaminationPreparationCertificatesLevelsV-VIII
confirmsthatthe studentpossessesthe industry-recognized
knowledgeand
skillsrequiredforeachof the CCNPcomponents.Uponsuccessfulcompletion
of all four levels(takenin any sequence),the studentis qualifiedto take the
CiscoCCNPexaminationwhichis administeredbyanoutsideagency.
Requirements
forthe CiscoCCNPExamination
Preparation
LevelVCertificate:
[L455/15534/0708.00]
CISCO4 or equivalent,or passingtheCiscoCCNAexamination,plus:
CISCO415
CISCOInternetworkingV
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
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47
Units
0-19
4
4-23
I_JJChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Requirements
fortheCiscoCCNPExamination
PreparationLevel VICertificate:
[L456/15534/0708.00]
CISCO4 or equivalent,
orpassingtheCiscoCCNAexamination
plus:
CISCO416
CISCOInternetworkJng
Vl
Totalunitsforthecertificate
ComputerInformationSystems
Units
Requirements
fortheComputerInformationSystemsCertincate:
[L100/04765/0702.00]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabaseDesignand
Development
CIS30A
IntroductiontoTelecommunications
CiS50
Introduction
toComputerNetworks
(orCIS50A,Introductionto Computer
NetworksI, 1.5andCIS50B,Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CiS68
UsingtheInternet
CISPROG1
Introductionto ComputerProgramming
CISPROG3
Fundamentals
ofVisualBasicProgramming
CISPROG
403 AdvancedVisualBasicProgramming
0-23
4
4-27
Requirements
fortheCiscoCCNPExamination
PreparationLevelVII Certificate:
[T457/15534/0708.00]
CISCO4 orequivalent,
or passingtheCiscoCCNAexamination,
plus:
CISCO417
CiSCOInternetworking
VII
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Units
0-27
4
4-31
Requirements
forthe CiscoCCNPExamination
PreparationLevelVIII Certificate:
[T458/15534/0708.00]
CISCO4 or equivalent,
or passingtheCiscoCCNAexamination,
plus:
CISCO418
CISCOInternetworking
VIII
Units
4
3
1.5
3
3
3
1.5
3
3
3
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
ClS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CIS431
ProjectManagement
for InformationTechnology
CIS435
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftVisio
CIS470
ElectronicCommerce
CISHDSP401 Microcomputer
Hardware
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
TheComputerFoundationscertificateprovidesstudentswiththe basichardware,software,operatingsystem,Internet,andnetworkingskills demanded
for entry levelpositionsinvirtuallyanyorganization.
CISNTWK11
CISNTWK410
CISNTWK430
CISNTWK440
3
1.5
1.5
3
Requirementsforthe ComputerFoundations
Certificate:
[El18/99999/0702.00]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CISPROG
2OA JavaProgrammingI
CISPROG
20B JavaProgrammingII
CISPROG
416 MicrosoftAccessVBAProgramming
Totalunitsforthe certificate
0-31
4
Units
4-35
ComputerFoundations
CISHDSP420
CISNTWK420
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
ComputerMaintenance
forthe HomeandSmall
BusinessUser(or CiSHDSP401,Microcomputer
Hardware,3)
InstallingaHomeand/orSmallBusinessNetwork
(or CIS50, Introductionto ComputerNetworks,3,
or CIS50A,Introductionto ComputerNetworksI,
1.5,andCIS50B,Introductionto Computer
NetworksII, 1.5)
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Computer
Units
Totalunitsforthecertificate
_TALOG
2005-2006
31-34
The ComputerSupport TechnicianCertificatepreparesthe studentfor positions in industry supportingmicrocomputerusersin hardwareandsoftware
areasaswell asto preparefor the CompTIAA+ examination.Theexamination
is administeredbyan outsideagency.
1.5
Requirements
forthe Computer
SupportTechnicianCertificate
(A+Certilication
Preparation):
[L106/99999/0708.20]
ClS1
Introduction
to ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
cIs 50
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
(orCIS50A,introduction
to Computer
NetworksI, 1.5andCIS50B,Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CIS68
UsingtheInternet
CISHDSP401 Microcomputer
Hardware
CISHDSP405 A+Certification
Preparation
CISNTWK
430 Fundamentals
of Linux
10.5-13.5
TheComputerGameDevelopment
Certificatesetsthefoundationfor a career
in gamedesignanddevelopment
withthe introductionofthe programming
andgraphicelementsofthefield.
Totalunitsforthe certificate
3
3
3
Computer
SupportTechnician
(A+)
1.5
GameDevelopment
Requirements
fortheComputerGameDesign
andDevelopment
Certificate:
[Et24/99999/0707.1
O]
CIS1
Introduction
to ComputerInformationSystems
CISGAME401 Fundamentals
of GameDevelopment
CISGAME403 Fundamentals
of GameProgramming
MicrosoftNetworkServer
MicrosoftNetworkClient
Fundamentals
of Linux
Introductionto NetworkSecurityAdministration
Units
3
1.5
3
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Units
3
1.5
3
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
15
7.5
48
!l_lChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Database
Specialist
LevelI
FlashGameDeveloper
The DatabaseSpecialistLevelI certificatepreparesstudentsfor entry level
positionsinvolvingthe designand developmentof databasesystemsin an
organization.
TheFlashGameDevelopercertificatepreparesstudentsfor a careerin developingcomputergameswiththe Flashprogramminglanguage.
Requirements
forthe DatabaseSpecialistLevelI Certificate:
[E123/99999/0707.20]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabase
Design
andDevelopment
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CISPROG
430 OracleDatabaseFundamentals
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Units
3
3
1.5
1.5
3
Requirements
fortheFlashGameDeveloperCertificate:
[E125/99999/0707.10]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISGAME401 Fundamentals
of GameDevelopment
CISGAME
420 GameDevelopment
UsingFlash
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswithHTML
CISIWEB420A WebDevelopment:Flash
Units
Totalunitsforthe certificate
13.5
3
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
3
12
FlashWebDeveloper
DreamweaverWebDeveloper
The FlashWeb Developercertificatepreparesstudentsfor positionsusing
Macromedia
FlashtodevelopInternetandIntranetWebsites.
TheDreamweaver
WebDeveloper
Certificate
preparesstudentsforpositions
usingMacromedia
Dreamweaver
to developIntemetandIntranetWebsites.
Requirements
furtheOreamweaver
WebDeveloperCertificate:
[L460/99999/0709.00]
CIS1
Introduction
toComputerInformation
Systems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of Microsoft
Windows
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
CISIWEB423 WebDevelopment:
Dreamweaver
(or CISIWEB423A,WebDevelopment
Dreamweaver
I, 1.5andCISIWEB423B,
WebDevelopment
Dreamweaver
II, 1.5)
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CISIWEB410 WebMasterTools
CISIWEB434 WebDevelopment:
CascadingStyleSheets
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Requirements
for theFlashWebDeveloperCertificate:
Units
[L461/99999/0709.00]
CIS1
Introduction
to Computer
InformationSystems
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CISIWEB70
Creating
WebPageswithHTML
1.5
CISIWEB420A WebDevelopment:
Flash
3
CISIWEB420B WebDevelopment:
FlashActionScriptProgramming
3
CISIWEB423 WebDevelopment:
Dreamweaver
3
(or CISIWEB423A,WebDevlopment:
Dreamweaver
I, 1.5,andCISIWEB423B,
WebDevelopment:
DreamweaverII, 1.5)
Units
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CiSIWEB410 WebMasterTools
CISIWEB434 WebDevelopment:CascadingStyleSheets
1.5
1.5
12
Totalunitsforthe certificate
1.5
1.5
16.5
ElectronicCommerce
Generalist
InternetProgrammer
LevelI
TheElectronicCommerceGeneralistcertificatepreparesstudentsto start or
managea businesson the Internet,or to be employedby an Internet-based
business.
The Internet ProgrammerLevel I certificatepreparesstudentsfor positions
developingInternetsitesrequiringclientandserver-sideprogramming.
Majorrequirements
fortheInternetProgrammerLevelI Certificate: Units
[El19/99999/0707.10]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswithHTML
1.5
CISIWEB414 JavaScriptProgramming
3
(or CISIWEB414A,JavaScriptProgrammingI, 1.5,
andCISIWEB414B,JavaScriptProgrammingII, 1.5)
CISIWEB430A WebDevelopment:
CGI/PerlProgrammingI
1.5
CISIWEB432A WebDevelopment:ActiveServerPagesI
1.5
CISIWEB436A WebDevelopment:PHPProgrammingI
1.5
Requirements
fortheElectronic
Commerce
GeneralistCertificate:
[L110/99999/0709.10]
Units
ACCTG459
SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware
1.5
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
3
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnershipandManagement
3
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
1.5
CIS470
ElectronicCommerce
1.5
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
1.5
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
16.5
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CISIWEB410 WebMasterTools
CISIWEB434 WebDevelopment:CascadingStyleSheets
Totalunitsforthe certificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
49
1.5
1.5
15
i[]i Chaffe.v College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Internet Support Specialist (I-Net+)
Microcomputer Applications: Microsoft Excel Specialist
The InternetSupportSpecialistcertificatepreparesthe studentto serveasa
resourcefor anysizeorganizationin maintainingits Internetserviceor Web
presence,aswellasto preparefor the CompTIAI-Net+certificationexamination. Theexaminationisadministeredbyan outsideagency.
The MicrocomputerApplications:MicrosoftExcelSpecialistCertificatepreparesstudentsfor positionsrequiringexpertiseinthe useof MicrosoftExcelat
alllevelsof an organization.
Requirements
forthe InternetSupportSpecialistCertificate
(I-Net+ CertificationPreparation):
[L115/99999/0709.00]
CIS1
Introduction
to Computer
InformationSystems
CIS50
Introduction
to ComputerNetworks
(orCIS50A,Introduction
toComputer
NetworksI, 1.5,andCIS50B,Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CIS470
ElectronicCommerce
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswithHTML
MicrosoftExcelSpecialistCertificate:
[L103/99999/0702.10]
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
(orBUSOT63A,MicrosoftOfficeExcelSpecialist,1.5,and8USOT63B,Microsoft
OfficeExcel- Expert,1.5)
CIS4
Fundamentals
ofMicrosoftWindows
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CISIWEB410 WebMasterTools
CISIWEB434 WebDevelopment:
CascadingStyleSheets
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Requirements
forthe Microcomputer
Applications:
Units
3
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS2
Introductionto BusinessApplicationSoftware
Totalunitsforthecertificate
1.5
1.5
Units
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
9-10.5
Microcomputer Business Applications
13.5
The MicrocomputerBusinessApplicationsCertificateprogrampreparesstudentsfor positionsutilizingthe operationof microcomputerswith "popular"
JavaProgrammer
operatingsystemsandbusinessapplications
software.
TheJavaprogrammerdevelops
andmaintains
applications
that canbeused
byanysizeorganization
or Internet-based
business.
Requirements
forthe Microcomputer
Business
Applications
Certificate:
Units
[I.102/07396/0702.10]
BUSOT61
MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
1.5
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
3
(orBUSOT63A,MicrosoftOfficeExcelSpecialist,1.5,andBUSOT63B,Microsoft
OfficeExcel- Expert,1.5)
BUSOT410A
MicrosoftOfficePublisher- Specialist
1.5
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
1.5
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabaseDesignandDevelopment
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
1.5
Requirements
fortheJavaProgrammer
Certificate:
[L470/99999/0707.10]
CIS1
Introduction
to Computer
Information
Systems
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
CISPROG1
Introductionto ComputerProgramming
CISPROG20A JavaProgrammingI
CISPROG
20B JavaProgrammingII
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Units
3
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
15
Microcomputer Applications: Business Presentation Specialist
Plusthreecoursesfrom the following:
BUSOT60A
MicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist
BUSOT410B MicrosoftOfficePublisher- Expert
CIS50
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
CIS50A
Introductionto ComputerNetworksI
CIS50B
Introductionto ComputerNetworksII
CISHDSP
401 MicrocomputerHardware
CISIWEB
70
Creating
WebPageswithHTML
CISIWEB
412A WebDevelopment:
MicrosoftFrontPage
CISPROG
413 MicrosoftExcelMacrosandVisualBasicI
TheMicrocomputerApplications:BusinessPresentationSpecialistCertificate
preparesstudentsfor positionsrequiringexpertiseinthe preparationof printedandvisualmediaat all levelsof anorganization.
Requirements
fortheMicrocomputerApplications:
BusinessPresentation
SpecialistCertificate:
[L104/99999/0614.50]
BUSOT61
MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
BUSOT410A MicrosoftOfficePublisher
- Specialist
BUSOT410B MicrosoftOfficePublisher
- Expert
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS68
UsingtheInternet
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
CISIWEB
70
Units
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
CreatingWebPageswithHTML
1.5
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CIS1
Introduction
toComputerInformationSystems
CIS2
Introduction
toBusiness
Application
Software
3
1.5
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Totalunitsforthecertificate
21-25.5
MicrosoftAccessProgrammer
TheMicrosoftAccessProgrammerdesigns,developsandmaintainsdatabase
systemsthatcanbe usedbyanysizeorganization
or Internet-based
business.
Requirements
fortheMicrosoftAccessProgrammer
Certificate:
Units
[L116/99999/0707.10]
CIS1
Introduction
to Computer
Information
Systems
3
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
1.5
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabase
DesignandDevelopment 3
CIS68
UsingtheInternet
1.5
CIS420
ComputerSecurityBasics
1.5
CISPROG
416 MicrosoftAccessVBA
Programming
3
12-13.5
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
3
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
3
1.5
1.5
1.5
50
13.5
[[]lChaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)
Network Administrator (Network +)
TheMicrosoftCertifiedDesktopSupportTechnician
certificatepreparesstudents for positionstroubleshootingdesktopenvironmentsrunning on the
MicrosoftWindowsoperatingsystemin all sizeorganizations.Thecertificate
also helpsstudentspreparefor the MCDSTcertificationexamination. The
examinationisadministeredbyanoutsideagency.
Thedemandfor networkingprofessionals
to administerandsupportcomputer
networksfarexceedsthe supplyandwill continueto do sowellinto thetwentyfirst century.TheNetworkingAdministratorCertificateenablesthe studentto
acquirenetworkingskillsaswell asto preparefor the CompTIANetwork+and
Server+examinations.The examinationsare administeredby an outside
agency.
Requirements
fortheMicrosoftCertifiedDesktopSupport
Technician
Certificate:
[E126/99999/0708.20]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS50
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
(orCIS50A,Introductionto Computer
NetworksI, 1.5,andCIS508, Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISHDSP
401 MicrocomputerHardware
CISHDSP410 DesktopSupportCertificationPreparation
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Units
Requirements
fortheNetworkAdministrator
Certificate
(Network+ ):
[L107/99999/0708.10]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS50
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
(or CIS50A,Introductionto Computer
Networksi, 1.5 andCIS508, Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
CISHDSP
401 MicrocomputerHardware
CISNTWK11
MicrosoftNetworkServer
CISN'I-WK413 TCP/IP
CISNTWK440 Introductionto NetworkSecurityAdministration
3
1.5
3
1.5
3
3
15
Totalunitsforthecertificate
Microsoft FrontPage Web Developer
Recommended:
The MicrosoftFrontPageWeb DeveloperCertificatepreparesstudentsfor
positionsusing FrontPage
to developInternetandIntranetWebsites.
CISNTWK
401
Requirements
fortheMicrosoftFrontPageDeveloperCertificate:
[L462/99999/0709.00]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS4
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CISIWE870
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
CISIWEB412A WebDevelopment:
MicrosoftFrontPage
CISIWEB412B WebDevelopment:
AdvancedMicrosoft
FrontPage
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
Totalunitsforthecertificate
12
16.5
Network+ ExaminationPreparation
Requirements
forthe ProjectManagementCertificate:
[E127/99999/0702.10]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
CIS431
ProjectManagement
for InformationTechnology
CIS435
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftVisio
1.5
WebDevelopment:
CascadingStyleSheets
3
3
1.5
3
0.5
TheProjectManagementcertificatepreparesstudentsfor positionsrequiring
the efficientmanagementof informationtechnologyprojectsin organizations
with respectto software,planning,time,costs,andotherfactors.
3
1.5
1.5
CISIWEB434
3
3
ProjectManagement
Units
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
ClSIWEB410 WebMasterTools
Units
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Units
3
1.5
3
1.5
9
VisualBasicProgrammer
MicrosoftNetworkSpecialist(MCSA)
TheVisualBasicProgrammerdevelopsandmaintainsapplicationsthat canbe
usedbyanysizeorganization
or Internet-based
business.
Thedemandfor networking
professionals
toadminister
andsupportcomputer networksfar exceedsthesupplyandwill continueto do so well intothe
twenty-firstcentury.TheMicrosoftNetworkSpecialist
Certificateenablesthe
studentto specializein Microsoftnetworkingas well as to preparefor the
MicrosoftCertificationexams.Theexaminationsareadministeredbyan outsideagency.
Requirements
fortheMicrosoftNetworkSpecialistCertificate:
(MCSACertificationPreparation)
[L475/15535/0708.10]
CIS1
CIS4
CIS50
CISHDSP401
CISNTWK11
CISNTWK414
CISNTWK415
CISNIVVK
440
Introduction
to ComputerInformationSystems
Fundamentals
of MicrosoftWindows
Introductionto ComputerNetworks
(or CIS50A,Introductionto Computer
NetworksI, 1.5,andCIS50B,Introduction
to ComputerNetworksII, 1.5)
MicrocomputerHardware
MicrosoftNetworkServer
Managinga MicrosoftNetworkEnvironment
AdministeringaMicrosoftNetworkInfrastructure
Introductionto NetworkSecurityAdministration
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
Requirements
fortheVisualBasicProgrammer
Certificate:
Units
[Ll17/99999/0707.10]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
CIS15
MicrosoftAccessDatabaseDesignandDevelopment
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CiSPROG
1
Introductionto ComputerProgramming
3
CISPROG
3
Fundamentals
ofVisualBasicProgramming
3
Units
CISPROG
403
3
1.5
3
Advanced
VisualBasicProgramming
Totalunitsforthe certificate
3
16.5
3
3
3
3
3
22.5
51
I_! Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
WebPageDeveloper
Requirementsfor the ConsumerServicesRepresentativeCertificate:
[L251/04796/1301.10]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfortheA.S.Degree
LevelOne: TheWebPageDeveloperLevelOneCertificatepreparesstudents
for positionsdevelopingInternetandIntranetWebpages.
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Requirements
fortheWebPageDeveloperLevelOneCertificate: Units
[L108/99999/0709.00]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
1.5
CISIWEB70
CreatingWebPageswith HTML
CISIWEB412A WebDevelopment:MicrosoftFrontPage
CISIWEB412B WebDevelopment:
AdvancedMicrosoftFrontPage
1.5
1.5
1.5
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
CISIWEB410 WebMasterTools
CISIWEB434 WebDevelopment:CascadingStyleSheets
1.5
1.5
Totalunitsforthe certificate
CORRECTIONAL
SCIENCE
This majoroffersthe following:(1) pre-employmenteducationfor positionsin
the correctionalsciencesfield; (2) upgradingfor in-servicepersonnel;(3) a
certificateprogram;(4) anAssociateinScienceDegree;and(5) atransferprogramfor thosewho wish to obtain a four-yeardegreeinthe major,or allied
fields, suchascriminology,corrections,
socialservices,behavioralscience,or
criminaljustice.
10.5
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
[$105/04811/2105.10]
CRSCI1
Introductionto CorrectionalScience
CRSCI2
ControlandSupervisionof Inmates
CRSCI3
CorrectionalLaw
CRSCI5
CrimeandDelinquency
CRSCI6
CorrectionalInterviewingandCounseling
CRSCI8
EthnicGroupRelations
LevelTwo:TheWebPageDeveloperLevelTwoCertificatepreparesstudents
for advancedpositionsdevelopingInternetand IntranetWebpages,and for
thoseapplicationsrequiringprogrammingskills,suchaselectroniccommerce.
Requirements
forthe WebPageDeveloperLevelTwoCertificate: Units
[L109/99999/0709.00]
LevelOnecertificate,orthecoursesrequiredto completethe
LevelOnecertificate,
plus:
10.5
CiSIWEB414 JavaScriptProgramming
3
(or CISIWEB414A,JavaScriptProgrammingI, 1.5,
andCISIWEB414B,JavaScriptProgrammingII, 1.5)
CISIWEB423 WebDevelopment:Dreamweaver
3
(or CISIWEB423A,WebDevelopment:
DreamweaverI,1.5,andCISIWEB423B,Web
Development:DreamweaverII, 1.5)
Totalunitsforthe certificate
19-20
Plusthreecoursesfrom the following:
AJ1
Administration
of JusticeSystem
AJ2
ConceptsofCriminalLaw
AJ3
PrinciplesandProceduresof the JusticeSystem
AJ4
CommunityRelations
AJ5
LegalAspectsof Evidence
CRSCI4
PublicRelationsandCorrections
CRSCI7
ProbationandParole
CRSC110
ViolenceinAmerica
CRSC1409
TheFemaleVictim/Offender
CRSC1411
JuvenileCorrections
CRSC1450
CorrectionalReportWriting
CRSC1492A-HSpecialTopics:CorrectionalScience
16.5
COMPUTERS
Total units forthe major
(SeeArt, Art/DigitalMedia,Art/VisualCommunication:Illustration,Business
andOfficeTechnologies,
andComputerInformationSystems)
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
0.5-6
19.5-36
Requirements
for theCorrectionalScienceCertificate:
[L105/04811/2105.10]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor theA.S.Degree.
CONSUMER
SERVICES
REPRESENTATIVE
Totalunits for the certificate
19.5-36
TheConsumerServicesRepresentativemajorprovidesoccupationaltraining
for thosewhoseekimmediateemploymentasa ConsumerAffairsRepresentative in business,government,education,or non-profitagencies.Positions
accountrepresentative,manager-customer
service,complaintadministrator,
andworkforceanalyst.
includebut
arenot limitedto:customerservicecallcenters,loancounselors,
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[$251/04796/1301.10]
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
for Business
3
BUSOT470
Electronic
OfficeProcedures
3
CONSUM
40
LifeManagement
3
CONSUM50
ConsumerEconomics
3
CONSUM
482 InternshipinConsumerStudies
1
Plus2 coursesfrom the following:
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
CONSUM11
HousingandEnvironment
MGMT44
Introductionto HumanRelations
SPAN1
ElementarySpanish
(or SPAN1A,ElementarySpanish,2 and
SPAN1B,ElementarySpanish,2)
Totalunitsforthe major
CATALOG
2005-2006
_,'l_j
3
3
3
4
19-20
52
Jl_IChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
CULINARY
ARTS
DENTAL
ASSISTING
(Seea/soHotelandFoodService
Management)
TheCulinaryArtsCertificateprogramwill preparestudentsfor food production job opportunitiesin the foodserviceindustry.Theprogramemphasizes
basicpreparation,production,andsanitationstandards,
Accreditedbythe CommissiononAccreditationof DentalSchoolsandDental
AuxiliaryEducationalPrograms,this is a one-yearprogramwhichstarts inthe
fall semesterof eachacademicyear. A part-timeprogramstartingin the fall
andspringsemesterscanbecompletedin twoyears.Includedis clinicalexperienceat LomaLindaUniversitySchoolof DentistryandJerry L. PettisMemorialVAHospitalDentalClinicaswellasworkexperience
in acommunitydental
office.
Requirements
fortheCulinaryAdsCertificate:
[L255/07398/1306.30]
HOTFS10
Introductionto HospitalityManagement
HOTFS
16
Principlesof FoodPreparation
HOTFS
18
Sanitation,SafetyandEquipmentManagement
HOTFS
20
FoodandBeveragePurchasing,
CostControls,andMenuPlanning
HOTFS
424
DiningSystemsandRestaurantOperations
HOTFS
432
HospitalityandHealthcareLaw
HOTFS434
CateringandBanquetOrganization
HOTFS436A
CulinaryArtsI
HOTFS436B
CulinaryArtsII
HOTFS436C CulinaryArtsIII
HOTFS496B WorkExperience
NF11
FoodServiceManagementSupervision
NF15
NutritionI: TheScienceof Nutrition
(or NF5, Nutritionfor Life,
or NF25, CultureandNutrition)
Units
Totalunitsforthecertificate
32
3
2
2
2
Studentswho completethe programwill earnthe CaliforniaRadiationSafety
Certificateandthe CoronalPolishCertificateawardedby ChaffeyCollege.An
UltrasonicScalerCertificatemay also beawardedto graduatesthat complete
DA487,whichis offeredinthe summersession.ACertificateof Completionis
awardedto graduatesof the program.
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
3
Studentscompletingthe programareeligibleto sit for the DentalAssisting
NationalBoardExaminationaswell asthe RegisteredDentalAssistantExamination.Graduateswill beeligiblefor employmentin dentaloffices,clinics,and
hospitals.Theymayalsoserveassupervisingdentalassistantsin dentalcolloges,asadministrativeassistants,andas instructorsin collegedentalassisting programs,oncetheyhavecompletedtheirAssociatein ScienceDegreeand
anyadditionaleducationandexperiencerequiredbythe position.
Notes:
1. Highschoolgraduation,passthe GEDtest, or passthe HighSchoolProficiencyexamination.Internationaltranscriptsmust haveAERC,IERFor
approvedagencyevaluation.
DANCE
2
TheDanceprogramfocusesontechniqueandperformanceandpreparesstudentsfor universitytransferandcareersin danceandrelatedfields,
3. All coursesrequiredfor thecertificatemustbecompletedwitha minimum
gradeof C.
4. Beforeenteringthe clinicalportionof the DentalAssistingProgram,studentsmustpasshealthanddentalexaminations
asevidenceof goodmental, physical,anddentalhealth,andmusthavea currentcardiopulmonary
resuscitation(CPR)card.
5. Thecollegedoesnot providetransportationto clinicalfacilities.
Varioustechniqueandproductionclassesareofferedto providestudentswith
a broadbackgroundof training,
Majorrequirements
forthe AssociateinArtsDegree:
[Al15/04781/1008.00]
DANCE1
Surveyof Dance
DANCE3AB
BalletI
DANCE5AB
BalletII
DANCE1OAR JazzDanceI
DANCE20AB ModernDance
DANCE30A
TapDanceI
DANCE50AB JazzDanceII
THEATRE
10
BeginningActing
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
DANCE409
HipHopDance
MUSIC40
BeginningGuitar
MUSIC51A
BeginningPiano
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
DANCE40
DanceWorkshop
THEATRE
50
MainStageProductionWorkshopI
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
DANCE2
StageMovement
(alsoavailableasTHEATRE
2)
DANCE30R
TapDanceI
THEATRE
12
IntermediateActing
Totalunitsforthemajor:
CATALOG
2005-2006
All
applicants
to thethroughthe
DentalAssistingProgrammustattendan
orientation.
Dates
areavailable
HealthSciencesOffice.
Units
6. Coursestakento meetDentalHygienetransferprogramprerequisitesmay
satisfycertainDentalAssistingcoursework. Consultwith your counselor
or the DentalAssistingProgramCoordinator.
7. Part-timeDentalAssisting programmay be takenwhile meetingDental
Hygienetransferprogramprerequisites.
8. Some courses may be taken during the student'ssenior year in high
school. Consultwith your counseloror the Dental Assisting Program
Coordinator.
9. TheDentalAssistingProgrammustbecompletedwithinathreeyearperiod.
• 10. Applicantswitha recordof anyfelonyaresubjectto reviewbythe Dental
3
3-3
3-3
1-1
1-1
1
1-1
3
Boardof Californiabeforebecominglicensedbythestateof California.
1
1
1
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$120/04791/1240.10]
DA401
DentalAnatomy
3
3
3
1
3
33-35
53
Units
2
DA402
DA403
OA403L
DA404
Occupational
HealthandSafety
DentalMaterials
DentalMaterialsLab
ChairsideProcedures
1
1
0.5
4
DA404L
DA405
DA405L
DA407
DA407L
OA411
DA412
DA412L
DA413
DA414
DA414L
DA418
ChairsideProceduresLab
TheProfessionalDentalAssistant
TheProfessionalDentalAssistantLab
DentalRadiologyI
DentalRadiologyI Lab
BiomedicalSciences
DentalOfficeProcedures
DentalOfficeProceduresLab
OralPathologyandPharmacology
DentalRadiologyII
DentalRadiologyII Lab
RegisteredDentalAssistant(RDA)Functions
andSpecialtyPractice
2
1
0.5
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
ileal!
Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
DA418L
Registered
DentalAssistant(RDA)Functions
andSpecialtyPracticeLab
1.5
DA419
SupervisedClinicalExperience
5.5
Totalunitsforthemajor
30
RequiredGeneralEducationandadditionalcourses:
PSYCH1
Introductionto Psychology
HS405
(or SOC10, Introductionto Sociology)
ComputerApplicationsfor HealthScience
(or CIS1, Introductionto
ComputerInformationSystems,3)
DIETETIC
TECHNICIAN
Currentlyapprovedby the Commissionon Accreditationfor DieteticsEducation of the AmericanDieteticAssociation(ADA,120S. RiversidePlaza,Suite
2000, Chicago,IL 60606-6995,800/877-1600),the DieteticTechnicianprogrampreparesstudentsto takethe ADARegistrationExaminationfor Dietetic
Technicians
administeredbythatagency.Dietetictechniciansareemployedas
managersin a designatedunit or departmentin healthcare,communitycare,
schoolfoodservice,countyhealth,andcommunitydirectedprogramsofnutrition servicesfor elderly,infants,or children.Dietetictechniciansfind themselvesinthe enviablepositionof encounteringhigh employmentopportunities
for thosewho meet positionrequirements.Job growth is projectedwell into
3
1
Recommendedcourses:
DA487
DA496A
DA496B
AdvancedClinicalAppliedTechnology
OccupationalWorkExperience:
DentalAssisting
OccupationalWorkExperience:
DentalAssisting
Requirements
fortheDentalAssisting
Certificate:
[T120/04791/1240.10]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor theA.S.Degree,plus:
HS405
ComputerApplicationsfor HealthScience
PSYCH1
Introductionto Psychology
ENGL450
(or SOC10, Introductionto Sociology)
Fundamentalsof Composition
(or assessmentat the ENGL1Alevel,or ESL450,
Fundamentalsof Compositionfor ESLStudents)
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
the 21st century.
1
1
2
Majorrequirements
forthe Associate
in ScienceDegree:
[$123/04800/1306.60]
BIOL424
AnatomyandPhysiology
HOTFS12
HotelandFoodServiceAccounting
HOTFS14
QuantityFoodProductionManagement
HOTFS16
Principlesof FoodPreparation
HOTFS18
Sanitation,SafetyandEquipmentManagement
HOTFS20
FoodandBeveragePurchasing,Cost
Controls,andMenuPlanning
HOTFS436A CulinaryArtsI
(or HOTFS424,DiningSystemsandRestaurant
Operations,3, or HOTFS
436B,Culinary
Arts II, 2, or NF27, HealthyCooking,2)
NF11
FoodServiceManagementSupervision
NF15
NutritionI: TheScienceof Nutrition
NF19
NutritionI1:ModifiedDiets
NF421
NutritionII1: NutritionCare
30
1
3
3
37
DIETETIC
SERVICE
SUPERVISOR
NF423
NF470
NF470L
(SeealsoHotelandFoodServiceManagement)
This program,approvedby the CaliforniaStateDepartmentof Health,proparesstudentsfor entry levelmanagementin a food servicedepartmentin
healthcare,communitycare,or schoolfood serviceorganizations,including
entrylevelsof supervision.Theprogramfulfills the federalandstatetraining
regulationsfor positionsinthe generalacute-carehospitals,acutepsychiatric
hospitals,skillednursingfacilities,andintermediate/residential-care
facilities.
Requirements
fortheDieteticServiceSupervisor
Certificate:
[L256/07389/1306.20]
HOTFS14
QuantityFoodProductionManagement
HOTFS16
Principles
of FoodPreparation
HOTFS18
Sanitation,SafetyandEquipmentManagement
NF11
FoodServiceManagementSupervision
NF15
NF19
NutritionI:TheScience
of Nutrition
Nutrition
I1:ModifiedDiets
NF470
NF470L
DieteticServiceSupervisor(taketwice)
DieteticServiceSupervisor:Supervised
ClinicalLaboratory(taketwice)
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
NF480
NF480L
NutritionIV:
Advanced
Nutrition
Care
DieteticService
Supervisor
(taketwice)
DieteticServiceSupervisor:Supervised
ClinicalLaboratory(taketwice)
DieteticTechnician
Seminar(taketwice)
DieteticTechnician:Supervised
ClinicalLaboratory(taketwice)
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Units
Units
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
1-1
1-1
2-2
2-2
42-43
Note:ClinicalFieldExperience
mustbecompletedto meetthe AmericanDieteticAssociationrequirementfor450 hoursof internshipexperience.Students
who completeall DieteticTechnician
requirements
areeligibleto taketheADA
registrationexamination.
3
2
2
3
DRAFTING
3
1-1
1-1
The drafting programs providethe basicknowledgeand skills in drafting,
mathematics,andrelatedscientificandengineeringareasto preparestudents
for employmentin two draftingfields. Eachoption focuseson bothdraftingtablemethodsandcomputer-aideddrafting (CAD),as usedin manufacturing
andarchitecturalindustries.
20
Coursesdesignedto fulfillmajor requirements
for anAssociatein Science
DegreefromChaffeyCollegearenotthesameasthoserequiredforcompleting
the majorat a transferinstitutionofferinga baccalaureate
degree.Students
whointendto transfertoa four-yearcollegeor universityin anymajorshould
consultthecatalogof theappropriate
transferinstitutionandaChaffeyCollege
counselorto developa preferredplanof study.
Drafting Technician: Architectural
Thearchitecturaldraftingtechnicianstudentsenrollin math,physics,physical
science,artandtechnicaldrafting,of whichtwo semestersaredevotedto residentialplanning,perspective,and3-D modelconstruction.
CATALOG
2005-2006
54
I[]IChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
EARTH
SCIENCE
Theskills andknowledgegainedin this programpreparequalifiedstudents
for work in offices of architects,structural and mechanicalengineers,and
relatedindustries,asengineeringaidesor technicians.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$125/04774/0953.10]
DRAFT20
Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesignI
DRAFT21
MechanicalDesignI
DRAFT50
ArchitecturalDesignI
EarthScienceis the applicationof manysciencesto the understandingof the
Earth.Whileit is oftenusedasa synonymforgeology,traditionallyEarthScienceencompasses
awiderrangeof scientific
inquiryincludingoceanography,
meteorology,
planetology,
andsoilsciences.Today'sEarthsciencehasexpandedto includeenvironmentalstudiesasappliedto the physicalworld.
Units
4
3
3
DRAFT51
DRAFT53
DRAFT452
ENGIN26
ArchitecturalDesignII
ArchitecturalApplicationsof CAD
LightCommercialConstructionDesign
EngineeringGraphicsandCAD
3
4
3
3
ID 12
Historyof WesternArchitectureandInteriorsII
3
Totalunitsforthe major:
(SeealsoGeology)
Thecurriculumis designedto providethe fundamentalknowledgeandskillsto
preparestudentsfor transferto a universityasa junior.This is atwo-yearprogramleadingto an Associatein ScienceDegree.Studentsfollowingthis program will be well suited to pursue an advancedegree in Earth Science,
EnvironmentalScience,or any relatedscience.This programis equallyintend-
28
edto assistthosewhowish to teachEarthScienceinelementaryor secondary
schools,thoseinterestedinunderstanding
environmental
issues,orthosewho
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
ART12
PHYS5
PHYS6
Fundamentals
of DesigninThreeDimensions
TheIdeasof Physics
TheIdeasof PhysicsLaboratory
desirean understanding
of theEarth.
4
3
1
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
(or anyadvancedcoursein physicswitha laboratory)
Requirements
forDraftingTechnician:
Architectural
Certificate:
[L125/04774/0953.10]
Sameasthe major requirementsfor the A.S.Degree
andgeneraleducationrequirements,plus:
COOPED
96ABC Cooperative
Education:CareerFieldStudies
(anycombinationto equal3 units)
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
34
3
37
DraftingTechnician:
Mechanical
Themechanical
draftingtechnicianprogramprovidesfundamentalknowledge
and skillsof drafting.Recommendedcoursesincludephysicalscienceand
draftingthrough industrialandadvancedapplications.With the inclusionof
CooperativeEducation,studentsmayqualifyfor workasengineeringaidesor
draftingtechnicians
in oneof themanyengineering
or industrialfirmsinthis
area.
Totalunitsforthemajor:
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
PHYS5
TheIdeasof Physics
PHYS6
TheIdeasofPhysicsLaboratory
(oranyadvancedcourseinphysicswitha laboratory)
Totalunitsforthe certincate:
CATALOG
2005-2006
CHEM9
ESC5
ESC5L
HealthScienceChemistry
Oceanography
Oceanography
Laboratory
5
3
1
ESC8
GEOL1
GEOL2
Meteorology
PhysicalGeology
HistoricalGeology
3
4
4
Plus I coursefrom the following:
BIOL1
GeneralBiology
BIOL3
CaliforniaNaturalHistory
4
4
BIOL50
BIOL56
4
4
CoreBiology
InvertebrateZoology
27-28
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
ENGL1A
Composition
MATH31
PlaneTrigonometry
or higher-level
math
ART14
Introduction
to Drawing
ESC1
EarthScience
3
4
3
3
ECONOMICS
This disciplineenablesstudentsto understandthe world ina muchbetterway,
particularlyclarifyingthe processof decisionmaking.Wheneverpeople,business, or their representatives
makea choicebetweenalternativeactivities-for example,a businessdecisionto hiremoreworkersor,instead,buy a new
machine-- therewill be an impact.Eachalternativehasassociatedcostsand
benefits.Economicsteachesus howto analyzethe costsandbenefitsso that
wecanmakemoreintelligentchoices.Economics
alsoaddressesthe impactof
decisionsuponequity(fairness),particularlyas measuredbythe distribution
of wealthandincome.
28
3
1
Studyingeconomicsisan excellentpreparation
for a careerin law, industry,
banking,accounting,privateconsulting,teaching,and governmentservice.
Becausewe encountereconomicproblemsin all areas of our lives and
throughoutsociety,economics
providesusefulintellectual
trainingfor individualswho simplywishto becomebettereducatedpriorto makinga lifelong
careerdecision.
Requirements
forDraftingTechnician:
Mechanical
Certincate:
[L135/07382/0953.40]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S.Degree
and0eneraleducationrequirements,
plus:
COOPED
96ABC CooperativeEducation:
CareerFieldStudies
(anycombinationto equal3 units)
4
Totalunitsforthe major:
Majorrequirements
forthe AssociateinScienceDegree:
Units
[$135/07382/0953.40]
DRAFT20
Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesignI
4
DRAFT21
MechanicalDesignI
3
DRAFT22
MechanicalDesignII
3
DRAFT41
Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesign:Mechanical
4
DRAFT43
Three-Dimensional
ComputerModelingand
3
SolidsModeling
DRAFT77
IndustrialDesignApplications
4
DRAFT78
AdvancedDesignApplications
4
ENGIN26
EngineeringGraphicsandCAD
3
Units
[$140/07392/1930.00]
ASTRON35
Planetsandthe SolarSystemwithLab
(or ASTRON
26, StarsandGalaxies,3)
32
3
35
55
I_liChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
and
Programs
ofStudy
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinArtDegree:
[A145/04815/2204.00]
ECON2
Principlesof Macroeconomics
iCON4
Principlesof Microeconomics
Plusthreeunits from the following:
iCON8
Historyof Economic
Ideas
iCON90A
Economics
HonorsSeminar(take3 times)
ECON92
SpecialTopics(maximumof 3times)
Plusa minimumof 15units from the following,
includingcoursesfrom at least threedifferentdisciplines:
Accounting
1A
Accounting
andFinancial
Services465
Anthropology3
Business10, 28A,49, 61,408,410
CommunicationStudies72
Units
Stronglyrecommended:
CHEM22
GeneralChemistry
CHEM22L1
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM22L2
GeneralChemistryLabII
PHYS44
Introductionto Motion
PHYS47
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersIII
3
3
3
1-1-1
ENGLISH
1-1-1
The Englishmajorgives studentsan appreciationof literatureand increased
skillsinwrittencommunication.
Throughthestudyoflanguageandliterature,
studentsare betterable to communicate,
to persuade,and to understand
humannature.Morespecifically,
superiorabilityto understandandto useEnglish isnecessaryfor successin mostcareers,particularlythosein education,
writing,business,journalism,andlaw.
ComputerInformationSystems1
ComputerScience1
Economics
1,8, 90A,or 92 (if not usedfrom abovegroup)
Geography10
History2, 6, 17, 18,20
Mathematics65A
Philosophy70
PoliticalScience1,2, 7, 10
Psychology65
RealEstate60
SocialScience10(or Statistics10)
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinArtsDegree:
[A170/04802/1501.00]
ENGL1B
ENGL1C
ENGL80A
ENGL80B
Sociology10
Totalunitsforthemajor:
3
1
1
4
5
24
AdvancedComposition
andCriticalThinking
Introductionto Literature
Surveyof BritishLiterature
Surveyof BritishLiterature
Units
3
3
3
3
Plustwelveunits from the following:
ENGL7A,7B,7D,30, 32, 33, 68, 70A,70B,
71,74, 75A,75B,76, 79, 81,92A-H,98
12
Totalunitsforthemajor:
24
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
ENGL1A
Composition
3
ELECTRICITY
FASHION
DESIGN
(SeelndustrialElectricalTechnology)
ENGINEERING
FashionDesignpreparesstudentsfor entry-levelpositionsin design,pattern
making,couturestudiowork, productionmanagement,privatelabelmerchandising,andotherrelatedpositions.
Thiscurriculum providesstudentswith sufficientunderstandingof engineering conceptsandskillsfor attainmentof upper-divisionstatusin engineering
ina four-yearcollegeor university.Forthe non-transferstudent,this curriculumshouldbeof valueinattainingemployment
at thelevelof technician.
The CaliforniaEngineeringLiaisonCommitteeurges transfer studentsto
remainin the communitycollegeuntil completionof lower-divisionrequirementsin mathematics,chemistry,physics,andengineering,insofarasthose
coursesareoffered.
MajorrequirementsfortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$165/04768/0901.00]
CHEM21,
GeneralChemistryandLabs
21L1,21L2
(or ENGIN60, Materialsof Engineering,3)
DRAFT20
Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesignI
(or ENGIN26, EngineeringGraphicsandCAD,3)
DRAFT43
Three-Dimensional
ComputerModelingand
SolidsModeling
ENGIN10
Introductionto Engineering
ENGIN30
EngineeringApplicationof DigitalComputation
ENGIN50
EngineeringStatics
(orENGIN70, CircuitAnalysis)
MATH65A
CalculusI
MATH65B
Calculus
II
PHYS46
Physicsfor Scientists
andEngineers
II
Totalunitsforthe major:
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
ENGL1A
Composition
PHYS45
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersI
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
3, 1, 1
4
3
1
3
Majorrequirementsforthe Associate
in ScienceDegree:
[$180/04795/1303.10]
FASHD20
Historyof Fashion
FASHD40
BeginningClothingConstruction
FASHD45
BasicDesignandCreativity
FASHD61
BasicPatternmaking
FASHD65
FashionIllustration
FASHD427
Computer-Aided
FashionDesign
FASHD442
IndustrialSewing
FASHD470
ApparelProduction
FASHD471
AdvancedPatternmakJng
FASHD480
DesignCollection
FASHD
482
IndustryInternship:FashionDesign
FASHM10
Introductionto the FashionIndustry
FASHM60
Textiles
Units
Totalunitsforthemajor:
31.5
3
2
3
3
2
1.5
2
3
3
2
1
3
3
Requirements
forthe FashionDesignCertificate:
[L180/04795/1303.10]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree.
3
4
4
5
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
29-32
31.5
RecommendedCoursesfor bothDegreeandCertificate:
BUS45, FASHD42, 72, 415, 492A-H,plusAMM 410 & 410A,whichare Cal
PolyPomonacoursesavailablethroughcross-enrollment.Seecounselor.
3
5
56
IE=,Chal:feyCollege
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Costume
Design
Industrial
Sewing
CostumeDesignpreparesthe studentto seekprofessionalworkas a costurneror assistantdesignerwithinthemotionpictureandtelevisionindustries
andlivetheatre,aswellasfreelancedesignandconstructionatthe locallevel
for communitytheatreandperformingarts.
An IndustrialSewingCertificatepreparesthe studentfor apparelconstruction
basedon industry methodsand the utilizationof powersewing equipment.
Employmentopportunities:commercialsewing machineoperatoror apparel
industrysamplemaker.
Requirements
forthe Associate
in ScienceDegree:
[$181/07385/1303.10]
FASHD
16
Principlesof CostumeDesignandProduction
(alsoavailableasTHEATRE
16)
FASHD
20
Historyof Fashion
FASHD
40
BeginningClothingConstruction
FASHD
45
BasicDesignandCreativity
FASHD
61
BasicPatternmaking
FASHD
65
FashionIllustration
FASHD
442
IndustrialSewing
Requirements
forthe IndustrialSewingCertilicate:
[L182/99999/1303.30]
FASHD40
BeginningClothingConstruction
FASHD42
AdvancedClothingConstruction
FASHD442
IndustrialSewing
FASHM60
THEATRE
1
THEATRE32
THEATRE
40
THEATRE
42
Units
3
3
2
3
3
2
2
Textiles
Introductionto Theatre
TheatreDesign-Lighting
StageCostuming
TheatricalMakeup
3
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthemajor:
33
ThePatternmaking
forApparelcertificatepreparesthe studentfor employment
in the apparelindustry as a first patternmaker.Technicalskills assist with
employmentin related areas including apparel production and costume
design.
Requirements
forthePatternmaking
forApparelCertificate:
[L187/15525/1303.10]
FASHD
20
Historyof Fashion
FASHD
40
BeginningClothingConstruction
FASHD
61
BasicPatternmaking
FASHD
72
FashionDraping
FASHD
411
PatternDrafting
FASHD
412
PatternGrading
33
FASH
D470
FASHD
471
FASHD
482
FASHM10
ApparelProduction
AdvancedPatternmaking
IndustryInternship:FashionDesign
Introductionto the FashionIndustry
CustomDressmaking
FASHM60
Textiles
TheCustomDressmaking
certificateprepares
the studentfor smallbusiness
ownershipincoutureandcustomwork,aswellasthehighlydemandedalterationsfield.Skillsacquiredalsoenablethestudentto applyfor samplemaking
in the apparelmanufacturing
fieldandcostumeconstructionin theatreand
performingarts.
FASHD
471
FASHD
480
FASHD
482
FASHM10
FASHM60
AdvancedPatternmaking
DesignCollection
IndustryInternship:FashionDesign
Introductionto the FashionIndustry
Textiles
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
Units
3
2
3
2
1.5
1.5
3
3
1
3
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
26
RecommendedCourses:
BUS45, plusAMM410& 410AwhichareCalPolyPomonacoursesavailable
throughcross-enrollment.
Seecounselor.
Units
2
2
3
2
2
1
FASHION
MERCHANDISING
3
2
1
3
3
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
FashionMerchandisingpreparesstudentsfor employmentin all aspectsof
retailingrelatedto apparelandaccessorymerchandisebuyingandmanagement.Othercareeravenuesaresalesrepresentatives
for manufacturers,
visual
display,
distribution,
importingandexporting,
andsalespromotions.
[$185/04822/1303.20]
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUSOT63
MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
(or BUSOT63A,MicrosoftOfficeExcelSpecialist,1.5,andBUSOT63B,Microsoft
OfficeExcel-Expert,1.5)
24
Recommended
Courses:BUS45, FASHD
45, FASHD
415.
CIS1
FASHD40
FASHM10
FASHM11
FASHM12
FASHM60
FASHM482
MGMT44
CATALOG
2005-2006
6
Patternmaking
forApparel
Stronglyrecommendedcoursesfordegreeandcertificate:
FASHD
42 and72
Requirements
fortheCustomDressmaking
Certificate:
[L184/15526/1303.10]
FASHD40
BeginningClothingConstruction
FASHD42
AdvancedClothingConstruction
FASHD61
BasicPatternmaking
FASHD
72
FashionDraping
FASHD
442
IndustrialSewing
FASHD
444
FittingandAlterations
2
2
2
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Requirements
fortheCostume
DesignCertificate:
[L181/07385/1303.10]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor the A.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Units
57
IntroductiontoComputerInformation
Systems
(orCIS2, Introduction
to BusinessApplication
Software,1.5)
Beginning
ClothingConstruction
Introduction
totheFashionIndustry
RetailMerchandising
andManagement
(alsoavailableasMGMT11)
VisualMerchandising
Textiles
IndustryInternships:FashionMerchandising
Introductionto HumanRelations
Units
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
1
3
[EjChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Plusa minimum2 coursesfrom the following:
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnership
andManagement
BUS49
BusinessComputations
BUS61
Introductionto GlobalBusiness
3
3
3
FIRETEC
5
FIRETEC
8
FASHD45
BasicDesignandCreativity
FASHM15
ImageandFashionSelection
FASHM492A-H SpecialTopicsinFashionMerchandising
3
3
3
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
FIRETEC
6
FireApparatus
andEquipment
3
FIRETEC
7
Strategies
andTactics
3
FIRETEC
402 BasicIncidentCommand
Systems,ICS-200
1
FIRETEC
403 Intermediate
IncidentCommand
Systems,ICS-300 1.5
FIRETEC
405 Hazardous
MaterialsFirstResponder
Operations
1
Totalunitsforthemajor:
31.5-33
Requirements
forthe FashionMerchandising
Certificate:
[L185/04822/1303.20]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthecertilicate
FirePrevention
FireGroundHydraulics
3
3
Totalunitsforthemajor:
20-24
Requirements
fortheProfessional
FirefighterCertificate:
[L141/00000/2133.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S.Degree.
31.5-33
FINEARTS
Totalunitsfor the certificate
20-24
TheFineArtsmajorprovidesfundamental
traininginmusicandtheatrearts.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
FINART50
FOREIGN
LANGUAGES
Units
Introductionto FineArts
3
(SeeModernLanguages)
MusicEmphasis
[A19_1O363/1
ooloo]
MUSIC2A
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MUSIC2B
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MUSIC3A
Musicianship
Plusnineadditionalunits of musiccourses
TheatreArtsEmphasis
[A194/10365/1001.00]
THEATRE
1
Introductionto Theatre
Studentstransferringto the CaliforniaStateUniversitysystemmaychoosethe
GeneralEducationmajoras an alternativeto a specificmajor inan academic
disciplinetowardmeetingthe requirements
for the AssociateinArtsDegree.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A200/04819/4901.10]
3
3
3
THEATRE
4
Developmentofthe TheatreI
THEATRE
5
Developmentof theTheatreII
Plusnineadditionalunits selectedfrom the following:
THEATRE
2, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21,30,32, 34, 40,
42, 50, 51,54, 56, 60, 64, 92A-H,g2LA-H,98LABC,427
Totalunitsforthe major:
GENERAL
EDUCATION
3
3
4
9
Completionof all the requirements,
includingaminimumof39 semesterunits,
of the CaliforniaStateUniversityGeneralEducationCertificationCoursePattern.(See"Preparationfor AdvancedStanding.")
9
GEOGRAPHIC
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
21-22
GISis a field of geographythat relieson spatialdataand its usein management,analysis,andcommunication.
Proposed
Program
This newdegree/certificate
hasbeensubmittedtothe StateChancellor's
Officefor approval.As approvalhadnot beenreceived
at presstime,
this degree/certificate
is considered
a proposed
programforthe20052006 catalog. Degree/certificatecannotbe awardeduntil approvalis
receivedbythe StateChancellor'sOffice.
Requirements
forthe Vocational
GIS
(GeographicInformationSystems)SpecialistCertificate:
[L210/99999/2206.10]
GIS1
Introductionto GeographicInformationSystems
(or GIS1A, Introductionto GISI,2 and
GIS1B,Introductionto GISII, 2)
FIRETECHNOLOGY:
PROFESSIONAL
FIREFIGHTER
TheFireTechnology
degreeandcertificateprogramsaredesigned
to(1)
Physical
eographyLaboratory
PhysicalG
Geography
3
1
GEOG
6
Environmental
Geography
3
fireservicepersonnelwithupgradedskillsneededtoavailthemselvesof
promotionalopportunities,
and(4) for collegetransferstudentspursu-
Totalunitsforthecertificate
ing
a higher educationdegreein FireProtectionAdministration
and
Technology.
Note:Coursework mustbecompleted
withinafive-yearperiod.
Majorrequirements
forthe AssociateinScienceDegree:
[$141/00000/2133.00]
FIRETEC
1
FireProtection
andOrganization
FIRETEC
2
FireBehaviorandCombustion
FIRETEC
3
FireProtection
Systems
FIRETEC
4
BuildingConstruction
forFireProtection
CATALOG
2005-2006
4
GEOG
4
GEOG
5
Plusthreeunits from the following:
GEOG1
WorldRegionalGeography
GEOG
10
CulturalGeographyof NorthAmerica
GEOG11
WorldCultures
prepareinterested
studentsforcareersin publicor privatefire service,
(2) provideexistingfire servicepersonnelwith continuingin-service
trainingin skillsapplicable
totheirpresentposition,(3) provideexisting
Units
3
3
3
14
Units
3
3
3
3
58
I_[ChaffeyCollege
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
GEOGRAPHY
tions,
conductingbasictests inthe field andlaboratory,andgeologicalproblemsolving.
Geographyis an interdisciplinaryareaofstudy thatinterfacesearthsciences,
life sciences,socialsciences,business,andteaching.Its holisticcharacter
requiresstudentsto be broadlybasedand at the sametime amenableto
choosingspecificavenuesof concentration.
Geographersintegratetime,
demographics,
andspaceintomapswhichhavebothacademicandapplied
values.Geographers
work in defense,municipal,industrial,environmental
andteachingcareers.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$215/04809/1914.00]
CS1
Fundamentals
ofComputerScience
GEOL1
PhysicalGeology
GEOL2
HistoricalGeology
GEOL30
Geologyof California
(orGEOL10, Environmental
Geology)
Thefieldof geographyrequiresthatstudentsbebroadlybasedinthreemajor
facets:Geographic
Information
Systems(DIS),culturalgeography,andphysicalgeography.Theseareasform the coreof the curriculum.Studentsmay
then pursueotherareasof concentrationsuch as teaching,social studies,
DIS,or the sciences.Geographyspecialistsmayfocus ongeneralstudiesfor
teachingin publicschoolsor colleges,DIS,meteorology,economicgeography,urbangeography,
politicalgeography,historicalgeography,geomorphology,environmentalgeographyor biogeography.
Geographical
knowledgehas
specificapplicationto urban planning,environmentalstudies, business,
defense,satellitemapping,demooraphics,
history,andeconomics.
Totalunitsforthe major:
GeologyofCaliforniaFieldTrip
(orGEOL70, California
FieldTrip,2,
or GEOL75AorB,Outof StateFieldTrip,2, 3)
1.5
GEOL80
GEOL85
PHYS5
MineralogyI
PetrologyI
TheIdeasof Physics
4
5
3
PHYS6
TheIdeasof PhysicsLaboratory
1
28.5-30
Requiredgeneraleducationcourses:
ART14
Introduction
to Drawing
CHEM10
IntroductoryChemistry(orBIOL1,GeneralBiology
or BIOL50, CoreBiology)
ENGL1A
Composition
MATH31
PlaneTrigonometry
(orhigherlevelmath)
Units
3
4
3
4
Note:Anyadvancedcoursein physicswithalaboratorymaybesubstitutedfor
PHYS5 and6. Anyadvancedchemistrycoursewith alaboratorymaybe substitutedfor CHEM10.
3
3
1
3
3
3
4
Preprofessional
Geology
Preprofessional
geologyis designed
toprovidestudents
withthe basicknowledgeand skills necessaryfor transferas a geologymajorin juniorstanding.
Thisis atwo-yearprogramleadingto an Associatein ScienceDegree.A career
in professionalgeologynormallyrequiresa masterof sciencedegree.This
programprovidesthe requiredbackgroundfor upperdivisionstudiesingeology. Thereis an increasingneedfor careergeologistsin the followingareas:
environmental
andengineeringgeology,application
of geologyto thedevelop-
20
Note:Computerliteracyisbasictogeography.Studentswouldbewelladvised
to acquireknowledgeof wordprocessing,database,graphing,and graphics
programs,
ment of urbanand metropolitan
areas;hydrology,applicationof geologyto
surfaceandsubsurfacewaterresourcesincludingprotectionof waterquality
andpurity;publicsector,governmental
agenciesresponsible
forthegeologic
andnaturalresourcesof the UnitedStatesandforeigncountries,andpublic
academicandresearchinstitutions.
GEOLOGY
Major requirementsfor theAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$220/07391/1914.00]
CHEM21
GeneralChemistry
CHEM21L1
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM21L2
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM22
GeneralChemistry
CHEM22L1
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM22L2
GeneralChemistryLabII
CS1
Fundamentals
of ComputerScience
GEOL1
PhysicalGeology
GEOL2
HistoricalGeology
GEOL30
Geologyof California
GEOL30T
Geologyof CaliforniaFieldTrip
(orGEOL70, CaliforniaFieldTrip,2
or GEOL75Aor B, Outof StateFieldTrip,2, 3)
GEOL80
MineralogyI
(SeealsoEarthScience)
Uniqueamongthesciences,geologyembracesa broadspectrumof scientific
inquiry.Geologistssystematicallyamassobservationdataandmeasurements
to compileandorganizethe bodyof knowledgeabout Earth.
Specializedgeologicalstudiesapply informationandtechniquesfrom other
sciencesand engineeringto solve problemsof the physicalenvironment.
Examplesof geologicalspecialtiesincludethe following: paleontology,the
study of prehistoricbiology;mineralogy,the applicationof chemistryand
physicsto the mineralkingdom;petrology,the applicationof chemistryand
physicsto understanding
the originandhistoryof rocks;engineeringgeology,
the applicationof geologicaland engineeringinformationto constructionof
roads,dams,tunnels,landslidestabilization,etc.; andhydrology,thestudy of
surfaceandundergroundwatersupplies.
BasicGeology
Totalunits forthe major:
BasicGeologyis designedto providefundamentalknowledgeand skills
knownto be usefulfor paraprofessional
employmentinthefieldsof geology
andsoilstechnology.Thiscurriculumincorporatesmethodsfor recording
fieldnotes,sampling,gatheringandorganizing
geologicinformation,
geologicmappinganddraftinggeologicmaps,locatingandplottinginformationon
topographic
maps,constructing
topographic
profilesandgeologiccross-secCATALOG
2005-2006
3
4
4
3
GEOL30T
Totalunitsforthe major:
Geographyis a corearea of studyfor elementaryor high schoolteachers.
Preparationincludesmeetingthe GeneralStudiesrequirementsfor the target
schoolplusphysicalgeographywithlabandculturalgeography,
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$205/07401/2206.00]
MathematicsthroughTrigonometry
GEOG1
WorldRegionalGeography
GEOG
4
PhysicalGeography
GEOG5
PhysicalGeographyLaboratory
GEOG6
Environmental
Geography
GEOG10
Cultural
Geography
of NorthAmerica
GEOG11
WorldCultures
DiS i
introductionto Geographic
InformationSystems
(or DIS1A,Introductionto DISI, 2, and
DIS1B,Introductionto DISII, 2)
Units
3
1
1
3
1
1
3
4
4
3
1.5
4
2g.5-31
Requiredgeneraleducationcourses:
ART14
Introduction
toDrawing
BIOL50
CoreBiology
ENGL1A
Composition
ENGL1B
AdvancedComposition
andCriticalThinking
59
Units
3
4
3
3
!i_! Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
GERONTOLOGY
Community
Caregiver
TheCommunity
Careoiver
certificate
preparesthestudentforemployment
in a
varietyof settings,
includingresidential
carefacilities,
adultdaycare,andhome
care.Communitycaregivers
providedirectcareto personswithdementia
or
otherindividuals
whoneednon-medical
personal
care.
Gerontology
preparesstudentsfornewcareersresultingfromtheincreasing
populationof older people.This is an interdisciplinary
fieldincorporating
researchonagingin psychology,
physiology,
andsociologyaswellas public
policyandsocialethics.
Requirements
fortheCommunity
CaregiverCertificate:
"Units
[L232/99999/1309.00]
GERO405
Resources
andServices
forOlderAdults
2
GERO422A
DementiaCare:UnderstandingDementingIllnesses
1
(or 422BDementiaCare:Understanding
DifficultBehaviors
or 422CDementiaCare:PlanningMeaningfulActivities)
GERO462
ActivityCoordinatorTraining
4
(or GERO463, SocialWork DesigneeTraining,3)
NURAST40O* NursingAssistant
3.5
NURAST4OOL*NursingAssistantLaboratory
2
NURAST405* NursingAssistantSkillsLaboratory
0.5
NURAST420"* HomeHealthAide
1.5
NURAST420L** HomeHealthAideLaboratory
1
NURAST450* Professional
Development
for the NursingAssistant
1
Gerontology
coursesprovideshort-termtrainingforimmediateemployment
andmayalsoleadtoaCommunityCaregivercertificate,
acertificate
inGerontology,oran AssociateinSciencedegreeinGerontology.Nurses,socialworkers,andadministratorsof carefacilitiesmayearnContinuingEducationunits.
Gerontologyis increasinglyimportantin professionssuch as medicine,law,
architecture,mentalhealth,andsocialwork.Transferstudentswill find Gerontology courses at morethan 15 Californiauniversities.Other employment
opportunitiesare found in residentialcommunities,recreation,marketing,
nutrition,counselingandreferral,paralegalservices,andbusinessandagenciesservingolderadults,includingpersonswith dementia.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$230/04798/1309.00]
Units
COOPED
96A
GERO11
GERO18
GERO21
GERO405
Cooperative
Education:CareerFieldStudies
Introductionto Gerontology
Sociologyof Aging
Developmental
Psychology:AdulthoodandAging
ResourcesandServicesfor OlderAdults
1
3
3
3
2
GERO415
SCSC113
HealthandWellnessfor OlderAdults
Introductionto SocialWork
3
3
Plusthreecoursesfrom the following:
ACCTGFS
440 Introductionto Financial
Planning
3
BUS40
GERO22
3
3
GERO31
GERO422A
MarketingPrinciples
DyingandDeath
(alsoavailable
as SCSCI22)
FitnessandWellnessfor OlderAdults
(alsoavailableas PELEC
31)
DementiaCare:Understanding
DementingIllnesses
*Studentsmusttakethesefour NURASTcoursesor provideproofof acurrent
CaliforniaStateNursingAssistantCertificate.
**StudentsmusttakethesetwoNURASTcoursesor provideproofof acurrent
CaliforniaStateHomeHealthAideCertificate.
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Note: A mandatoryorientationandverificationof fingerprintingare required
prior to enrollment. Convictionof a crimeotherthan a minortrafficoffense
may precludeenrollmentin thesecourse. ContactHealthSciencesat (909)
466-2886for information
anddatesoftheorientation.ContactGerontology
at
(909)941-2418for informationonothercoursespertinentto communitycaregiving.
3
1
HISTORY
(or422BDementiaCare:UnderstandingDifficultBehaviors
GERO462
GERO463
MGMT480
or 422CDementiaCare:PlanningMeaningfulActivities)
ActivityCoordinatorTraining
4
SocialWorkDesigneeTraining
3
Principlesof Supervision
3
Totalunitsforthe major:
Studentsfind that historydeepensawarenessof the world,pastandpresent,
andcultivatesappreciationfor beneficialcommunityparticipation.A foundation inthis subjectis excellentfor manyfieldsof endeavor,includinglaw,public administration,foreignservice,journalism,business,andteaching.
25-28
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A235/04816/2205.00]
HiST1
WorldHistory:Pre-Civilization
to1500
HIST2
WorldHistory:1500to Present
HIST17
HistoryoftheUnitedStates
HIST18
Historyofthe UnitedStates
Requirements
forthe Gerontology
Certificate:
[L230/04798/1309.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S. Degree,
plusacurrentCardiopulmonary
Resuscitation
Certificate
(CPR).
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
25-28
Plussix units from the following:
Art3, 5
English1C
History4, 16, 20, 21,25,40, 50, 51,70, 71,92A-H
Humanities5, 6, 20
Totalunitslorthe major:
CATALOG
2005-2006
6-16.5
60
Units
3
3
3
3
6
18
___/Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
HOTEL
ANDFOODSERVICE
MANAGEMENT:
Requirements
for theHotel
andFoodService
Management:
FoodService/Waitstaff
Personnel
Certificate:
FOODSERVICE
[L247/99999/1307.10]
Entry-level
programdesignedto preparethestudentforemploymentasafood
Jobopportunitiesareexcellentfor studentswhoreceivethe AssociateinScJenceDegreeor Certificatesinthis program.Graduatesof this courseof study
are preparedto work in managementpositions of the food industry,i.e.
restaurants,food processing,commercialfoodservices,sales,food production, resorts,andinstitutionalandowner-operated
businesses.
serverinthe hospitalityindustry.
HOTFS10
Introductionto HospitalityManagement
HOTFS16
Principlesof FoodPreparation
HOTFS
496A-D WorkExperience
Note:A current negativetuberculosistest isrequiredfor participationin this
program.
HOTFS
424
HOTFS
434
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
[$255/04799/1307.10]
HOTFS
10
Introductionto HospitalityManagement
HOTFS
12
HOTFS
14
HOTFS
16
HOTFS
18
HOTFS
20
HOTFS
424
HOTFS
428
HOTFS
430
HOTFS
432
HOTFS
434
HotelandFoodServiceAccounting
QuantityFoodProductionManagement
Principlesof FoodPreparation
Sanitation,SafetyandEquipmentManagement
FoodandBeveragePurchasing,
CostControls,andMenuPlanning
DiningSystemsandRestaurantOperations
HotelandFoodServiceHumanResource
Management(or NF11, FoodService
ManagementSupervision)
HospitalityMarketingManagement
HospitalityandHealthcareLaw
CateringandBanquetOrganization
Totalunitsforthemajor:
StronglyRecommended:
HOTFS
436A
CulinaryArts I
HOTFS
436B CulinaryArts II
HOTFS
436C CulinaryArts III
NF15
NutritionI: TheScienceof Nutrition
(or NF5, Nutritionfor Life,
or NF25, CultureandNutrition)
Plusoneof the following:
DiningSystemsandRestaurantOperations
CateringandBanquetOrganization
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Units
3
3
2
2
2
HOTEL
AND
FOOD
SERVICE
MANAGEMENT:.
Job opportunitiesareexcellentfor studentswho receivethe Associatein ScienceDegreeor Certificatein this program.Graduatesof this courseof study
will be preparedto work inentry-levelmanagementpositionsof the hospitality
industry.Areasof employmentincluderestaurants,hotels,institutions,catering, bedandbreakfastoperations,andowner-operated
businesses.
3
3
2
3
3
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
[$260/04801/1307.20]
HOTFS10
Introductionto HospitalityManagement
HOTFS12
HotelandFoodServiceAccounting
HOTFS18
Sanitation,Safety,andEquipmentManagement
HOTFS20
FoodandBeveragePurchasing,
CostControls,andMenuPlanning
HOTFS422
HotelOperations
HOTFS424
DiningSystemsandRestaurantOperations
HOTFS426
HospitalityLaw
HOTFS428
HotelandFoodServiceHumanResource
Management(or NF11, FoodService
ManagementSupervision)
HOTFS430
HospitalityMarketingManagement
HOTFS432
HospitalityandHealthcareLaw
HOTFS434
CateringandBanquetOrganization
NF15
NutritionI: TheScienceof Nutrition
(orNF5, Nutritionfor Life
or NF25, CultureandNutiriton)
29
2
2
2
3
Totalunitsforthemajor:
34.5-39
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
32
Requirements
fortheHotelandFoodServiceManagement:
HotelManagement
Certificate:
[L260/04801/1307.20]
Sameasthe majorrequirements
for theA.S. Degree,plus:
CIS2
Introductionto BusinessApplicationSoftware
(or BUSOT6OA,MicrosoftOfficeWordSpecialist,
3 orCIS1, Introduction
to Computer
InformationSystems,3)
HOTFS
496A-D WorkExperience
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
g-12
HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
Requirements
forthe HotelandFoodServiceManagement:
FoodProduction
ManagementCertificate:
[L246/15536/1307.10]
Entry-levelprogramdesignedto preparethestudentfor employmentinfood
production,standards,customerservice,andoperations.
HOTFS10
Introduction
toHospitalityManagement
HOTFS16
PrinciplesofFoodPreparation
HOTFS18
Sanitation,SafetyandEquipmentManagement
HOTFS
424
DiningSystemsandRestaurantOperations
HOTFS
434
CateringandBanquetOrganization
HOTFS
436A
CulinaryArtsI
HOTFS
436B
CulinaryArtsII
HOTFS
436C CulinaryArtsIII
HOTFS496B-DWorkExperience
3
3
3
Requirements
fortheHotelandFoodServiceManagement:
FoodServiceCertificate:
[T255/04799/1307.10]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S. Degree,plus:
29
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
3
CIS2
Introductionto BusinessApplicationSoftware
1.5
(orBUSOT60A,MicrosoftOfficeWordSpecialist,
3or CIS1, Introduction
to ComputerInformation
Systems,
3)
HOTFS496A-D WorkExperience
1-4
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
3
2
1-4
1.5
1-4
34.5-39
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2-4
21-23
61
El Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
HUMANITIES
Strongly
recommended:
lET496ABCD
Internshipin IndustrialElectricity
TheHumanities
majoroffersstudentsa soundliberalartsbackoroundinliterature,philosophy,
art, music,andtheatre,for studentsgoingon intobusiness,politics,law,personnelrelations,
andeducation.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A265/04820/4903.00]
HUMAN5
ArtsandIdeas:Antiquityto Renaissance
HUMAN6
ArtsandIdeas:Renaissance
to Modern
(Internshipnotto exceed
4 units)
Requirements
forthe Electromechanical
Technology
LevelI Certificate:
[L153/99999/0935.00]
CIS1
Introduction
to ComputerInformationSystems
3
Units
lET401A
lET401B
lET407
IETELMT430
IETELMT432
3
3
Plussix units from the following:
6
History1,2, 4,5, 6, 9, 10, 17, 18
Plussix units from the following:
English3g, 32, 33, 70A,70B,75A,75B,80A,80B,81
Humanities20
6
Plus threeunits fromthe following:
Art3, 5
Broadcasting3
Cinema25, 26
FineArts50
Music2A, 2B,4
Photography1
Theatre1,4, 5,64
3
Plus threeunits from the following:
Economics1,8,
3
1-4
Introductionto Electricity
IndustrialBasicControls
ElectricalBlueprints
HydraulicFundamentals
ElectricalControlof HydraulicSystems
2.5
2.5
3
2
2
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
15
Requirements
forthe Electromechanical
Technology
LevelII Certificate:
[L154/15522/0935.00]
Samerequirementsasfor LevelOneCertificate,
plus:
15
lET411
ProgrammableLogicControllers
3
IETELMT434
IETELMT436
HydraulicApplications
with Programmable
Logic Controllers
PneumaticsFundamentals
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
2
22
Requirements
forthe Electromechanical
Technology
LevelIII Certificate:
[L155/15857/g935.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirementsfor theA.S. Degree:
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Philosophy70, 72, 73, 76, 80, 81,82
Totalunitsforthe major:
2
25.5
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD Internshipin Industrial
Electricity
(Internshipnotto exceed4 units)
24
1-4
Note:Coursesincludedin majorcannotbeusedto fulfillGeneralEducation
requirements.
Industrial Electrical Technology
INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICAL
TECHNOLOGY
The
IndustrialElectricalTechnology
programcurriculum
coverselectricity,
magnetics,
solid-statedevices,electrical
machinery,microprocessing,
programmablelogic controllers(PLC), DCand AC variablespeeddrives,and
automation,includingmodernsophisticated
conceptsand practicalapplications.
TheIndustrialElectrical
Technology
programsprovidea broadworkingbase
from whichto handlethe manyfacetsof industrialelectricityas it relatesto
light and heavyindustry,construction,and utilitycompaniesthat provide
electrical
power.Theprogramsmeettheneedsof thoseenteringthetradefor
thefirst time, andallow thosealreadyin the tradeto improvetheir understandingofthecraft.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[s15g/o7378/g934.40]
lET401A
Introductionto Electricity
lET401B
IndustrialBasicControls
lET403A
ElectricalMotorsandControlsI
IET403B
ElectricalMotorsandControlsII
lET405
NationalElectricalCode
lET407
ElectricalBlueprints
lET409
StaticDevices
lET411
ProgrammableLogic Controllers
lET413
IntermediateProgrammable
LogicControllers
lET415
Advanced
Electricity
Laboratory
lET417
Electrical
Troubleshooting
lET419
DCVariableSpeedDrive
lET421
ACVariable
FrequencySpeedDrive
lET422
OSHAConstruction
SafetyTraining
Electromechanical
Technology
The Electromechanical
Technologyprogram curriculumcovers electricity,
hydraulics,pressureand force, pneumatics,cylindercontrols, basic PLC,
troubleshooting,sensors,automationincludingmodernsophisticatedconcepts,andpracticalapplications,
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$152/15857/0935.00]
CIS1
Introduction
to ComputerInformation
Systems
lET401A
Introduction
to Electricity
lET401B
IndustrialBasicControls
lET407
Electrical
Blueprints
lET411
Programmable
Lo0icControllers
IETELMT430
IETELMT432
IETELMT434
IETELMT436
IETELMT438
IETELMT440
HydraulicFundamentals
Electrical
Controlof Hydraulic
Systems
Hydraulic
Applications
withProgrammable
LogicControllers
PneumaticsFundamentals
ElectricalControlof PneumaticsSystems
Sensorsfor Hydraulicsand
PneumaticsTrainingSystems
Totalunitsforthemajor:
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
3
2.5
2.5
3
3
2
2
2
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD InternshipinIndustrialElectricity
(Internshipnotto exceed4 units)
2
2
Units
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
1.5
1.5
2
35
1-4
1.5
25.5
62
/WIChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
InstrumentationTechnology
Requirementsfor the IndustrialElectricalTechnologyLevel I Certificate:
[L150/99999/0934.40]
lET401A
Introduction
toElectricity
2.5
lET401B
IndustrialBasicControls
2.5
IET403A
ElectricalMotorsandControlsl
2.5
IET403B
ElectricalMotorsandControlsII
2.5
lET405
NationalElectricalCode
3
lET407
ElectricalBlueprints
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD InternshipinIndustrialElectricity
(Internshipnot to exceed4 units)
TheInstrumentation
Technologyprogramcurriculumcoverselectricity,level
process,flow process,temperatureprocess,proportionalintegralandderivative loops, basic programming of microprocessor-based
controllers,troubleshooting, automation including modern sophisticatedconcepts, and
practicalapplications.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$157/15523/0943.00]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
lET401A
IntroductiontoElectricity
lET401B
IndustrialBasicControls
lET407
ElectricalBlueprints
IETIT441
FlowProcessFundamentals
16
1-4
Requirements
fortheIndustrialElectricalTechnology
LevelII Certificate:
[L151/15317/0934.40]
Samerequirements
asfor LevelOneCertificate,
plus:
16
lET409
StaticDevices
3
lET411
Programmable
LogicControllers
3
lET413
IntermediateProgrammableLogicControllers
3
lET415
AdvancedElectricityLaboratory
2
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD InternshipinIndustrialElectricity
IETIT442
IETIT443
IETIT444
IETIT445
IETIT446
(Internshipnotto exceed
4 units)
Requirements
forthe FiberOpticCablingTechnicianCertificate:
[L164/99999/0934.30]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
lET401A
Introductionto Electricity
lET458
Fundamentals
ofCableNetworking:
ThePhysical
Layer
lET459
Fundamentals
of FiberOpticCabling:
ThePhysical
Layer
1-4
Requirements
fortheInstrumentation
Technology
LevelI Certificate: Units
[L158/99999/0943.00]
CIS1
lET401A
lET401B
lET407
IETIT441
IETIT442
35
1-4
3
2.5
3
Requirements
fortheNetworkCablingTechnicianCertificate:
[L165/99999/0934.30]
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
lET401A
Introductionto Electricity
lET458
Fundamentals
of CableNetworking:
ThePhysicalLayer
Units
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
8.5
3
2.5
2.5
3
2
2
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
15
Totalunitslorthe certificate:
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD Internship
in IndustrialElectricity
(Internshipnottoexceed4 units)
3
11.5
Introduction
toComputerInformationSystems
Introduction
toElectricity
IndustrialBasicControls
Electrical
Blueprints
FlowProcessFundamentals
FlowMeasurement
andControl
Requirements
forthe Instrumentation
Technology
LevelII Certificate:Units
[L159/15523/0943.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S. Degree:
Units
Totalunitsforthecertilicate:
CATALOG
2005-2006
1-4
(Internship
nottoexceed4 units)
Requirements
forthe Industrial
ElectricalTechnician
(LevelIII) Certificate:
[T154/07378/0934.40]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S.Degree:
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD Internshipin IndustrialElectricity
2
2
2
2
2
23
Stronglyrecommended:
lET496ABCD Internshipin Industrial
Electricity
(Internshipnottoexceed4 units)
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
3
2.5
2.5
3
2
FlowMeasurement
andControl
LevelMeasurement
Fundamentals
LevelMeasurementandControl
TemperatureProcessFundamentals
TemperatureProcessController
Totalunitsforthemajor:
27
Units
23
1-4
3
2.5
3
63
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Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
ComputerRequirement(TrackAor B):
TrackA:
INTERIOR
DESIGN
TheInteriorDesigncurriculumis plannedbothasprofessionalpreparationfor
thoseenteringthe interiordesignfield andasatransferprogramfor students
planningto transferto a four-yearcollege.Studentsreceivea strongbackgroundin color,designprinciples,furnitureconstructionand design,archi-
ClS1
TrackB:
ART68C
tectural materials,furniture layout, space planning, business principles,
computeraideddesign,andthe historicaldevelopmentof furniture,architec-
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
(or CIS2, Introductionto BusinessApplication
Software,1.5andBUSOT410A,MicrosoftOffice
Publisher- Specialist,1.5)
3
ComputerGraphicsLaboratory
2
ture, art,anddecorative
arts.
Plusa minimumof 2 units for TrackAanda minimumof
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[$270/04794/1302.00]
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
4
FASHM60
Textiles
3
ID 10
Introductionto InteriorDesign
3
ID 11
Historyof WesternArchitectureandInteriorsI
3
ID 12
Historyof WesternArchitectureandInteriorsII
3
ID 13
Non-European
ArchitectureandDesign
3
(orART5, Art Historyof WesternWorld:1400Contemporary)
ID 16
QuickSketching
forInteriorDesigners
2.5
ID 17
Introduction
toLighting
3
ID21
SpacePlanning
3
ID22
InteriorDesi0nMaterials
3
ID25
InteriorDesignManagement
2
ID30
AdvancedDesignStudio
3.5
ID427
ComputerAidedDesignforSetandInteriorDesign
3
(alsoavailableatTHEATRE
427)
ID482
Internshipin InteriorDesign
1
3 units for TrackBfrom the following:
ART67
ComputerGraphicsI
BRDCAST
3
Surveyof Broadcasting
andElectronicMedia
ENGL7A
CreativeWriting:ShortFiction
PHOTO20
Photographyfor Publications
PHOTO21
PublicRelationsandCommunicationsPhotography
PHOTO456
ComputersandPhotography
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Recommended:
ART3
Art HistoryofWesternWorld:Ancient- 1400
BUS13
Professional
Selling
COMSTD2
Fundamentals
ofEffective
Speaking
CONSUM11
HousingandEnvironment
DRAFT410
BuildingTradesBlueprintReading
FASHM12
VisualMerchandising
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
TheLiberalArtsandSciencesmajorisdesignedtoenablestudentstoexplore
variousacademicdisciplineswithinthecollege.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinArts Degree:
[A275/07393/4901
.O0]
A minimumof20 semesterunitsmustbe takenwithinthreeof thefour categorieslistedbelow.At leasttwo coursesmustbe completedin eachof the
threeselectedareas.Coursesincludedin the majormustbe numbered1-99
and/or400-499andcannotbe usedtofulfillGeneralEducation
requirements.
40
3
3
3
3
2
3
AppliedTechnologies
andBusiness:
Accounting(includingFinancial
Services),Administration
ofJustice,Aeronautics,AutomotiveCollisionRepairTechnology,
AutomotiveTechnology,
Business, Businessand OfficeTechnologies,
ComputerInformationSystems,
ComputerScience,ConsumerStudies,CorrectionalScience,FashionMerchandising,FireTechnology,HotelandFoodServiceManagement,Industrial
ElectricalTechnology,NutritionandFood,Management,RealEstate
ArtsandHumanities:
AmericanSignLanguage,Art (including
Multimedia),Broadcasting,
Cinema,
Chinese,Dance,English,Englishasa SecondLanguage,Fashion
Design,Fine
Arts,French,German,Humanities,
InteriorDesign,Journalism,
Library,Music,
Philosophy,
Photography,
Reading,Spanish,Theatre
40
JOURNALISM
MathematicsandSciences:
Astronomy,Biology,Chemistry,DentalAssisting,Drafting,EarthScience,
Engineering,
GeographicInformationSystems,Geography,
Geology,Health
Science,Mathematics,Nursing:ADN, Nursing:VN,NursingAssistant,PharmacyTechnician,
Physical
Education
Lecture,PhysicalScience,
Physics,
RadiologicTechnology,
Statistics
TheJournalism
certificateis designedto providestudents
an opportunity
to
samplethecross-curricular
courseofferings
at thecollegein preparation
fora
careerinthemassmedia.Theprogramiswellsuitedfor 2-yearstudentsplanning to enterthefieldsof writing,photography,
anddesignfor publication
directly,aswellasforthoseplanningtotransfertoa4-yeardegreeprogramin
journalismor masscommunications.
CourseofferingsincludeJournalism
SocialSciences:
Anthropology,
Child Development
and Education,Communication
Studies,
Economics,
Education,
Gerontology,
Guidance,
History,Political
Science,Psy-
practice
andtheory,English,Photography,
computerskillsandCommunicationStudies.
Requirements
fortheJournalismCertilicate:
[L336/04763/0602.00]
COMSTD12
MassCommunication
andSociety
ENGL1A
Composition
JOUR10
Newswriting
JOUR11
Advanced
Newswriting
andEditing
JOUR61A,B,C NewspaperProduction
(anycombination
toequal3 units)
PHOTO10
Beginning
Photography
CATALOG
2005-2006
24
LIBERAL
ARTSAND SCIENCES
Requirements
forthe InteriorDesignCertificate:
[T270/04794/1302.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthecertilicate:
3
3
3
4
2
4
Units
chology,
SocialScience,Sociology
3
3
3
3
3
4
64
II]_J_,Chaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
MANAGEMENT
ProposedProgram
Management
is the processofadaptingto changeandvisualizingtodayand
the futureasit appliesto the individualorganization'suseof currentandproposedlimited or scarceresources(i.e., money,machines,manpower,and
materials).Thiscurriculumintroducesbasicelementsof managementpracticedintoday'sorganizations,
Thisnewdegree/certificate
hasbeensubmittedto the StateChancellor's
Officeforapproval.Asapprovalhadnot beenreceivedat presstime,this
degree/certificateis considereda proposedprogramfor the 2005-2006
catalog.Degree/certificate
cannotbeawardeduntil approvalis received
bythe StateChancellor'sOffice.
MANAGEMENT
" LOGISTICS
MANAGEMENT
Majorrequirements
forthe Associatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[$285/04758/0506.00]
ACCTGFS
465 FinancialAccountingforthe Non-AccountingMajor
3
(or ACCTG1A, Principlesof AccountingI, 4)
BUS10
Introductionto Business
3
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
3
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunicationfor Business
3
(or ENGL1A, Composition)
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
3
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
3
MGMT42
HumanResourceManagement
3
MGMT44
Introductionto HumanRelations
3
Plusnine unitsfrom the following:
BUS28B
BusinessLawII
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS60
BusinessEthics
BUS61
Introductionto GlobalBusiness
COMSTD8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
CIS68
UsingtheInternet
MGMT440
Principlesof Leadership
MGMT460
TotalQualityManagementConcepts
MGMT480
Principlesof Supervision
Totalunitsforthe major:
TheLogisticsManagementprogrampreparesstudentsfor acareerin the
logisticsindustry.Studentswill gainaworkingknowledgeof transportation, warehousing,andsupplychainmanagementin additionto theskills
neededto efficientlyoperateawarehouse.
Majorrequirements
forthe AssociateinScienceDegree:
[$289/00000/0510.00]
BUS49
BusinessComputations
BUSOT88 WrittenCommunicationfor Business
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
MGMT430 WarehouseManagementandMaterialHandling
MGMT432 SupplyChainManagement
MGMT434 TransportationManagement
MGMT440 Principlesof Leadership
MGMT480 Principlesof Supervision
3
3
3
3
3
1.5
2
3
3
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
BUS402
Introduction
to Import/Export
MGMT460 TotalQualityManagementConcepts
3
BUS10
BUS28A
Financial
Accounting
fortheNon-Accounting
Major
(or ACCTG1A,Principles
of Accounting
I,4)
Introduction
to Business
BusinessLawI
MGMT40
MGMT44
Introductionto Management
Introductionto HumanRelations
3
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
26
3
3
MANAGEMENT
" RETAIL
MANAGEMENT
RetailManagementpreparesstudentsfor employmentinall aspectsof retailingrelatedto merchandisebuyingandmanagement.Othercareeravenuesare
15-16
Requirements
fortheManagementLevelTwoCertificate:
[L286/04758/0506.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
26
Requirements
forthe LogisticsManagementCertificate:
[L289/00000/0510.00]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
for theA.S. Degree.
RequirementsfortheManagementLevelOneCertilicate:
[L285/99999/0506.00]
ACCTGFS
465
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthe major:
33-34
Units
salesrepresentatives
for manufacturers,
visualdisplay,distribution,importing
andexporting,andsalespromotions.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDe0ree:
[$295/04759/0506.50]
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
(or BUSOT452, Bookkeeping
Procedures,3)
BUS40
MarketingPrinciples
BUS49
BusinessComputations
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
for Business
CIS1
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
(or CIS2, Introductionto BusinessApplication
Software,1.5)
COMSTD4
Fundamentals
of InterpersonalCommunication
MGMT11
RetailMerchandisingandManagement
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
MGMT42
HumanResourceManagement
MGMT440
Principlesof Leadership
33-34
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Units
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
27.5-30
Requirements
forthe RetailManagementCertificate:
[L295/04759/0506.50]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor theA.S. Degree.
_P
'_
CATALOG
2005-2006
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
65
27.5-30
i
Chafl:ey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
MANAGEMENT" SUPERVISION
TheSupervisionProgramis designedfor aspiring,newlyappointed,or practicingfirst-line supervisors,whoserveas links betweenmiddlemanagement
andoperativeempioyees.The programintegratesnewtheorieswith current
practicesto facilitatepracticalaswellas theoreticalapplicationof techniques
necessaryto the developmentoftoday'ssupervisor.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$410/14401/0506.30]
BUSOT88
WrittenCommunication
for Business
CIS1
COMSTD4
MGMT40
MGMT42
MGMT44
MGMT440
MGMT480
Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems
(orCIS2, Introductionto BusinessApplication
Software,1.5)
Fundamentals
of InterpersonalCommunication
Introductionto Management
HumanResourceManagement
Introductionto HumanRelations
Principlesof Leadership
Principlesof Supervision
Plustwo coursesfrom the following:
BUS10
Introductionto Business
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUS60
BusinessEthics
BUS61
Introductionto GlobalBusiness
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
Totalunitsforthe major:
Requirements
fortheSupervision
LevelI Certificate:
[L411/99999/0506.30]
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
MGMT42
HumanResourceManagement
MGMT44
Introductionto HumanRelations
MGMT440
Principlesof Leadership
MGMT480
Principlesof Supervision
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
Group45
II:
PHYS
PHYS46
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersI
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersII
5
5
PHYS47
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersIII
5
Totalunitsforthemajor:
30-35
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
ENGL1A
Composition
3
Units
3
3
MODERN
LANGUAGES
3
3
3
3
2
3
Majoringin a modern languagemay leadto positionsin teaching,research,
journalism,government,or business.Languagesareavaluableassetto scientists, historians,lawyers,sales persons,musicians,travelers-- in fact, to
almostanyone.Languagestudy affordsnewperspectivesonthe world andon
one'smothertongue. It is intriguingto reador to seenewspapers,magazines,
websites,poems,and stories in AmericanSign Language,French,German,
Mandarin,or Spanish. Communication,access,and job opportunitiesare
expandedandenhancedbylearninga modernlanguge.
French
3
3
3
3
1.5
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A195/04784/1102.00]
FR1,2
ElementaryFrench
FR3, 4
IntermediateFrench
FR15
FrenchConversation
(orFR92A-H,SpecialTopics:FrenchLiterature)
26-29
Units
4-4
4-4
2
Plussix units from the following:
Asecondmodernlanguage(American
SignLanguage,
Chinese,German,
Spanish)
Art3, 5
CommunicationStudies8
English70A,70B
FineArts50
History1,2
Music4
Totalunitsforthemajor:
24
3
3
3
2
3
14
Requirements
forthe Supervision
LevelII Certificate:
[L410/14401/0506.30]
Sameasthemajorrequirements
fortheA.S.Degree.
Note:Studentswho enterwithadvancedstandingin Frencharerequiredto
completea minimum24 unitsintheabovecourses.
Spanish
Totalunits for the certificate:
26-29
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociate
in ArtsDegree:
[A405/04786/1105.00]
SPAN1*
Elementary
Spanish
MATHEMATICS
The Mathematicsmajor providesstudentswith sufficientunderstandingof
mathematicalconcepts,skills,andapplicationsto attainupper-divisionstatus
in mathematicsat afour-yearcollegeor university,
MajorrequirementsfortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$290/04805/1701.00]
CS1
Fundamentals
of ComputerScience
MATH65A
CalculusI
MATH6513
CalculusII
MATH75
CalculusIII
MATH85
DifferentialEquations
(or MATH81, LinearAlgebra)
Plus oneof the following two groups:
GroupI:
CHEM21
GeneralChemistry
CHEM21L1
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM21L2
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM22
GeneralChemistry
CHEM22L1
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM22L2
GeneralChemistryLabII
CATALOG
2005-2006
SPAN2*
SPAN3, 4
SPAN15"
Units
3
4
4
5
4
(or SPAN1A,ElementarySpanish,2and
SPAN1B,ElementarySpanish,2)
ElementarySpanish
(or SPAN2A, Elementary
Spanish,2
andSPAN2B, ElementarySpanish,2)
IntermediateSpanish
ElementarySpanishConversation
Plussix units from the following:
A secondmodernlanguage(AmericanSignLanguage,Chinese,
French,German)
Art3,5,9
Communication
Studies74
English70A,70B
History1,2, 70, 71
Spanish7, 8, 11, 12"
3
1
1
3
1
1
Totalunitsforthe major:
Units
4
4
4-4
2
6
24
*Spanish7, 8, 11, or 12maysubstitute
forSpanish1,2, or 15 inthecore
requirements,
butmaynotbecountedtwice.
Note:Students
whoenterwithadvanced
standinginSpanishare required
to
completea minimum24 unitsintheabovecourses.
66
i[]i Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
n,nuM"
LTIME
DIA
• Studentsmaybeexemptfrom
theMUSIC51 seriesuponpassingaproficiency
exam
(SeeArt)
Plusfive units from the following:
MUSIC2A
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MUSIC
TheMusiccurriculumprovidesparticipationin musicalperformanceactivities
aswellascoursesof interestto the generalcollegestudentwhoseeksmusic
for personalsatisfactionor who wishesto expandknowledgeandappreciation ofthe arts.Afullprogramof coursesis availableto the prospectivemajor
whowishesto makemusicthe subjectof concentrationleadingto a degree
andtransferto a university.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A300/04778/1004.00]
MUSIC2A
MUSIC2B
MUSIC3A
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MusicHistoryandLiterature
Musicianship
MUSIC3B
MUSIC51A*
MUSIC51B*
MUSIC52
MUSIC70A
MUSIC70B
Musicianship
Beginning
ClassPiano
Beginning
ClassPiano
Intermediate
Piano(taketwice)
HarmonyandIntermediate
Musicianship
Harmony
andIntermediate
Musicianship
MUSIC4
2B
MUSIC
MUSIC11
MUSIC12
MUSIC21
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MusicAppreciation
RecordProduction
ElectronicMusic
Historyof Jazz
MUSIC22
HistoryandSurveyof RockMusic
Totalunitsforthemajor:
3
3
1.5
3
3
3
Plustwounits from the following:
MUSIC30
ElementaryClassVoice(maybe repeated)
MUSIC40
BeginningGuitar(mayberepeated)
Units
MUSIC41
MUSIC52
MUSIC53
MUSIC56
3
3
4
4
1
1
1-1
3
3
IntermediateGuitar(mayberepeated)
IntermediatePiano(two times)
StudioPiano
AppliedMusic
Totalunitsforthe major:
4
Requirements
fortheCommercialMusicCertificate:
[T305/04779/1005.00]
MUSIC3A
Musicianship
MUSIC3B
Musicianship
MUSIC10
SongwritingandCommercialHarmony
MUSIC11
RecordProduction
MUSIC12
ElectronicMusic
MUSIC51A*
BeginningClassPiano
MUSIC51B*
BeginningClassPiano
28-30
Notes:
1.. All studentswishingto majorin musicareadvisedto beginthe major in
the first semesterof enrollment.It is otherwiseimpossibleto complete
the programin two years.Enrollmentin MUSIC3A, 51Aanda performanceclassshouldcornmencethe first semester.
2. All musicmajorsare expectedto be enrolledin a publicperformance
courseeachsemester(MUSIC32, 33, 60, 62). Part-timestudentsmust
enroll in a performanceclassfour semesters(not necessarilyconsecurive)foraminimumof sixunits.
3. Musicmajorswho planto transferto a four-yearcollegeareadvisedto
takeMUSIC56 eachsemester.
2
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
27.5-29.5
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
MUSIC3A
Musicianship
2
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
1
1
1-1
1
1
Plus5.5 units from the following (coursesmaybe repeated):
MUSIC32
ConcertChoir
MUSIC33
ConcertEnsembleSingers
MUSIC60
JazzBand
MUSIC62
College-Community
Band
MUSIC67
LatinJazzBand
• Studentsmay be exemptfrom the MUSIC51 seriesuponpassingaproficiencyexam)
Plussix units fromthe following:(coursesmay be repeated)
MUSIC32
ConcertChoir
MUSIC33
ConcertEnsemble
Singers
MUSIC60
JazzBand
MUSIC62
College-Community
Band
MUSIC67
LatinJazzBand
3
4
4
3
1.5
3
1
1
* Studentsmaybeexemptfrom theMUSIC51 seriesuponpassingaproficiencyexam
Plussevenunits from the following:
MUSIC14
Introduction
totheMusicBusiness
MUSIC22
HistoryandSurveyof RockMusic
MUSIC26
WorldMusic
MUSIC30
ElementaryClassVoice(mayberepeated)
2
3
3
1
Plussevenunits from the following:
MUSIC,
COMMERCIAL
Music 2A
MUSIC2B
MUSIC4
MUSIC40
MUSIC41
MUSIC52
MUSIC53
MUSIC56
Thecommercialmusicmajor is designedto givestudentsa two-yearbackgroundinprofessionalandcommercialmusicconceptsandpracticeswithan
emphasison theoryandvocationalperformancepotential.Successfulcornpletionof the programas shown,alongwith the GeneralEducationrequirements,mayalso enablestudentsto transfer asmusic majorsto a California
StateUniversity.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociate
in ScienceDegree:
[$305/04779/1005.00]
MUSIC3B
Musicianship
MUSIC10
SongwritingandCommercialHarmony
MUSIC12
ElectronicMusic(mayberepeated;seebelow)
MUSIC14
Introductionto the MusicBusiness
MUSIC51A*
BeginningClassPiano
MUSIC51B*
BeginningClassPiano
MUSIC70A
HarmonyandIntermediate
Musicianship
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MusicHistoryandLiterature
MusicAppreciation
BeginningGuitar(mayberepeated)
IntermediateGuitar(maybe repeated)
IntermediatePiano(taketwice)
StudioPiano
AppliedMusic
3
3
3
1
1
1-1
1
1
Plussix units from the following (coursesmaybe repeated):
MUSIC32
ConcertChoir
MUSIC33
ConcertEnsembleSingers
MUSIC60
JazzBand
MUSIC62
College-Community
Band
MUSIC67
LatinJazzBand
4
3
3
2
1
1
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
67
2
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
35.5-37.5
[]
Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
NURSING:
ADN
NURADN
33"
NursingProcess
III Laboratory
NURADN
33L* Nursing
ProcessIII
4
4
ASSOCIATE
DEGREEIN NURSING
NURADN
37*
2
MentalHealthandPsychiatric
Nursing
NURADN
37L* MentalHealthandPsychiatric
NursingLaboratory
NURADN
43* NursingProcessIV
NURADN
43L* NursingProcessIVLaboratory
NURADN
50* ProfessionalIssuesinNursing
Thisprogram,leadingto an Associatein ScienceDegreewithamajorin Nursing, is approvedbythe CaliforniaBoardof RegisteredNursingandaccredited
bythe NationalLeaguefor NursingAccreditingCommission(61Broadway33rd Floor,NewYorkCity, New York,10006,1-800-669-1656,ext. 153, or
website:www.nlnac.org).Thegraduateis eligibleto takethe NationalCouncil
for Licensure Examination(NCLEX)and, upon successful completion,
becomelicensedas a RegisteredNursein the stateof California.Thereare
feesfor obtaininglicensureby examinationor endorsement,interim permit,
andbiennialrenewal.Californialawallowsforthe denialof registerednursing
licensureonthe basisof any prior convictionssubstantiallyrelatedto nursing
practice. See the California Board of RegisteredNursing website at
(http://www.rn.ca.gov/lic/pdf/exam_app_2OO4.pdf)
forfurther information.
41.5
* MustbeadmittedtotheAONprogrambeforetakingcourse.
RequiredGeneralEducationandadditionalcourses:
BIOL20"*
HumanAnatomy
BIOL22"*
HumanPhysiology
BIOL23"*
GeneralMicrobiology
BIOL23L**
GeneralMicrobiologyLaboratory
COMSTD8
Fundamentalsof SpeechCommunication
(or COMSTD2, Fundamentals
of EffectiveSpeaking,
or COMSTD4, Fundamentals
of Interpersonal
Communication,or COMSTD6, Fundamentals
of
Applicationforms for admissionto the ADN programare availablein the
CounselingDepartmentor online(www.chaffey.edu)
andmust be submitted
betweenthe datesSeptember1 - October15. Shouldtherebe morequalified
applicantsthanspacesavailable,studentsmustreapplythe nextSeptember.
Onlycourseworkcompletedprior to applicationto the ADNprogramwill be
consideredinthe selectionprocess.Informationaboutthe minimumrequirementsthat mustbecompletedprior to receivingthe applicationfor the ADN
programmustbeobtainedfrom ourwebsiteor from the CounselingDepartment. Goto (www.chaffey.edu),
clickon Instruction,InstructionalPrograms,
Nursing:ADN.Thiscriteriais subjectto change.
Small-GroupCommunication)
Composition
Mathematicsfor HealthScience
Developmental
Psychology:LifespanDevelopment
Introductionto Sociology
(or COMSrD74, InterculturalCommunication,
or ANTHRO3, Introductionto SocialandCultural
Anthropology)
HumanitiesGeneralEducation
**Mustbecompletedpriorto
NURADN6.
ENGL1A**
MATH401**
PSYCH25
SOC10
Applicantsto theADNprogrammustmeetthe following requirements:
4
4
3
2
3
3
1
3
3
4
Notes:
1. CurrentcardJopulmonary
resuscitationcard (CPR)is requiredprior to
enteringanynursingclass.This mustbe the "HealthCareProvider"from
the AmericanHeartAssociationor the "ProfessionalRescuer"from the
AmericanRedCross.
2. Nursingcourseshavespecificprerequisites.Referto coursedescriptions
inthis catalogunderNursing:ADN.
3. Medicationcalculationproficiencymustbedemonstratedbywrittenexaminationpriorto registrationineachsemester.
1. Bea high school graduate,or havepassedthe GED,or havepassedthe
HighSchoolProficiencyExamination,or haveassociatesdegreeor higher,
2. Provideofficial transcriptsfrom othercollegesattended. International
transcripts (high school and college) require AERC,IERF,or other
approvedagencyevaluation,
3. Completerelatednursingor biologicalscience(physiologyandmicrobiology) courses,which the student is applying toward the ADN course
requirements,withinthe lastfiveyears.
4. Anatomy,Physiology,Composition,Microbiology,and MicrobiologyLab
mustbecompletedat thetime of application.
5. Mathematics
401mustbecompletedor inprogressatthetimeofapplication,
ADNAdvanced
Placement
Prospectivestudentswho haveprior nursingeducationor experienceinhealth
caremay requestadvancedplacement,which will be honoreddependingon
availablespacein the nursing program.Students in this categoryinclude
LicensedVocationalNursesor thosetransferringfrom anothernursingprogram.In orderto continueinthe ADNprogram,advancedplacementstudents
mustearna minimumgradeof Cin all nursingandotherrequiredcourses.
Notes:
1. Priorto admissionto theADNprogram,studentsmustdemonstratephysicalandemotionalhealthasdeterminedbyhealthexamination,
2. Inorderto continuein the ADNprogram,studentsmustearna minimum
gradeof C inall nursingandotherrequiredcourses.
3. Thecollegedoesnot providetransportationto clinicalfacilities.
4. Studentswithprior nursingeducationshouldreferto the AdvancedPlacementProgram.
5. Thenursingprogrammustbecompletedwithinfive(5)yearsofadmission.
CATALOG
2005-2006
4.5
4.5
1
Totalunitsforthe major:
Thecurriculumis baseduponthe humanisticphilosophyofAbrahamMaslow.
Nursingassiststhe individualandfamilyto preventor to copewiththreatsto
the individual'sbasicneedsthroughoutthe lifecycle.Facultybelievelearning
is facilitatedwhenstudentsareactivelyinvolvedin the learningprocessand
assumeresponsibilityfor their ownlearning,
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$310/04788/1230.1
O]
NURADN6*
ClinicalNursingSkills
NURADN11* NursingProcessI
NURADN11L* NursingProcessI Laboratory
NURADN22* Maternal-Newborn
Nursing
NURADN22L* Maternal-Newborn
NursingLaboratory
NURADN
23* FamilyandChildNursing
NURADN
23L* FamilyandChildNursingLaboratory
NURADN
24* NursingProcessII
NURADN
24L* NursingProcessII Laboratory
1
VNto RN:DegreeOption
Acceptanceinto thisprogramis basedon the followingcriteria:
1. Graduationfrom a VocationalNursingProgramwith an activevocational
nursinglicense.
2. Completionof NURADN
3 andNURADN
3L with aminimumgradeof C.
3. Fulfillmentof applicationrequirementsunderNursing:ADNinthis section
of the catalog.See"Applicantsto theADNprogrammustmeetthe following requirements."
Units
1.5
5
4.5
2
1.5
2
1.5
1
1.5
68
J_LChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Major requirementsfor the VNto RNAssociatein ScienceDegreeoption:
[$312/07384/1230.10]
Units
NURADN3
Transitionin Nursing
1.5
NURADN3L
Transitionin NursingLaboratory
0.5
NURADN33
NursingProcessIII
4
NURADN33L NursingProcessIII Laboratory
4
NURADN37
MentalHealthandPsychiatricNursing
2
NURADN37L MentalHealthandPsychiatricNursingLaboratory
1
NURADN
43
NursingProcessIV
4.5
NURADN
43L NursingProcessIV Laboratory
4.5
NURADN
50
ProfessionalIssuesin Nursing
1
Totalunitsforthemajor:
23
SeealsorequiredGeneralEducationandadditionalcourseslistedfor Nursing:
AON.
Requirementsfor RegisteredNurseLadderProgram:
BIOL20
HumanAnatomy
BIOL22
HumanPhysiology
BIOL23
GeneralMicrobiology
BIOL23L
GeneralMicrobiologyLaboratory
COMSTD8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
(or COMSTD2, Fundamentals
of EffectiveSpeaking,
or COMSTD4, Fundamentalsof Interpersonal
Communication,or COMSTD6, Fundamentalsof
SmallGroupCommunication)
ENGL1A
Composition
PSYCH25
Developmental
Psychology:LifespanDevelopment
SOC10
Introductionto Sociology
3
3
3
HumanitiesGeneralEducation
4
Totalunits:
4
4
3
2
3
29
VNto RN:Non-Degree
Option
Studentscompletingthis programareeligibleto applyto takethe NCLEXfor
licensureasa RegisteredNurse.Thestudentwho electsto takethis program
is not recognizedasagraduateof an accreditedADNprogram,is not recognizedasa ChaffeyCollegeADNgraduate,andmaynot qualifyfor licensureby
endorsementinanotherstate.
Note:SomeCSUcampuseswith B.S. in Nursingprogramsrequirecollege
coursesin chemistry,and in collegealgebraor statistics. Seecounselorfor
additionalgraduationrequirements.
Acceptanceintothisprogramis basedonthe followingcriteria:
NURSING
1. GraduationfromaVocationalNursingProgramwithan activevocational
nursinglicense.
HEALTH
AtOE._EDICAL-SURGICAL
NURSING
2. Fulfillmentof
3.
CompletJonofNURADN3andNURADN3LwithaminJmumgradeofC.
applicationrequirements1 and 2 underNursing:ADNin
ASSISTANT
(NA/HHA/MSNA)
Totalunits:
Opportunitiesfor entry-levelemploymentin healthcarefacilities. Thenursing
assistantis an importantmemberof the healthcareteamwho providesdirect
careto patientsin sub-acute,acute,andhomehealthsettings.All NurseAssistants function under the supervisionof the LicensedNurse. Programsare
approvedbythe CaliforniaDepartmentof HealthServices.Uponcompletionof
theNurseAssistantcourse(NA),the studentiseligibleto takethestateexaminationfor CertifiedNurseAssistant(CNA)for a fee. TheCNAmay thencompletecoursesfor certificationin HomeHealthAide (HHA)and certificateof
completionfor Medical-SurgicalNursingAssistant(MSNA).
Units
4
3
1.5
0.5
4
4
2
Theapplicationprocessforthe NAprogramisas follows:
1.Attenda mandatoryinformationmeetingto obtaintheapplication
packet.
2. Submitapplication
to ChaffeyCollegeandtotheNursingAssistantProgram.
3. SubmitbackgroundcheckverificationtotheHealthScienceoffice.
1
4.5
4.5
1
Enrollmentinthe NA/HHA/MSNA
programissubjecttocompletion
of theIollowingrequirements:
1. Admissionto ChaffeyCollege
2. Criminalbackgroundscreeningfor CNA/HHA(detailsprovidedat mandatory informationmeeting).
3. Evidenceof satisfactoryphysicaland emotionalhealthas determinedby
healthexamination
4. Currentcardiopulmonary
resuscitation
certificateat the"HealthCareProfessional"(AmericanHeartAssociation)or "ProfessionalRescuer"(AmericanRedCross)level. Detailsof time andlocationsof classesprovidedat
mandatoryinformationmeetings.
5. Submissionof healthform andappropriateCPRcardatthe mandatoryorientationmeetingto beannouncedat the informationmeeting.
6. Submita copy of the StateCNAcertificationprior to enrollingin NURAST
410/410Land/orNURAST420/420L
30
TransferStudenl:DegreeProgram
Acceptanceinto thisprogramis basedon thefollowingcriteria:
1. Completionof NURADN
3 andNURADN3Lwith aminimumgradeof C.
2. Fulfillmentof applicationrequirementsunderNursing:ADNin this section of the catalog,
3. Evaluationof previouscoursework in nursingwill bedeterminedbythe
ADNProgramDirector.
RegisteredNurseLadderProgram
Theholderof a currentCaliforniaRegisteredNurseLicensemay receivethe
AssociateinScienceDegreein Nursingby:
1. Submittingofficialcopiesof transcriptsfrom thediplomaschoolandall
othercolleges
attendedto theOfficeofAdmissions
andRecords,Chaffey
College,5885HavenAvenue,RanchoCucamonga,
CA 91737-3002.
2. Makingan appointmentwith a collegecounselorto review transcripts
andto plana programof study.Appointmentsmay be madeby calling
909/941-2116.
3. Satisfyingthe followingChaffeyCollegegeneraleducationandgraduation requirementsfor the AssociateinScienceDegreein Nursing,andin
Majorrequirements
forthe ChaffeyCollegeNAJMSNA
Certificate: Units
[E237/9999g/1230.30]
NURAST400* NursingAssistant
3.5
NURAST400L* NursingAssistantLaboratory
2
NURAST405* NursingAssistantSkillsLaboratory
0.5
NURAST410 Medical-Surgical
NursingAssistant
3
NURAST410L Medical-Surgical
NursingAssistantLaboratory
2
NURAST450* ProfessionalDevelopment
for the NursingAssistant
1
whicha minimumgradeof C ineachisrequired:
CATALOG
2005-2006
ASSISTANT/HOME
/M
thissectionofthe catalog.
4. PhysiologyandMicrobiologymustbe completedat the time of application.
Requirements
forVNto RN:Non-Degree
option:
BIOL22
HumanPhysiology
8!OL23
GeneralMicrobiology
NURADN3
Transitionin Nursing
NURADN3L
Transitionin NursingLaboratory
NURADN33
NursingProcessIII
NURADN33L NursingProcessIII Laboratory
NURADN37
MentalHealthandPsychiatric
Nursing
NURADN37L MentalHealthandPsychiatric
NursingLaboratory
NURADN
43
NursingProcessIV
NURADN
43L NursingProcessIV Laboratory
NURADN
50
ProfessionalIssuesinNursing
= NURSING
Totalunitsforthe CharleyCollegecertificate:
69
12
!_i Charley College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Requirements
forthe ChaffeyCollegeNA/HHA
Certificate:
Units
[E235/99999/1230.30]
NURAST400* Nursin0Assistant
3.5
NURAST400L* NursingAssistantLaboratory
2
NURAST405* NursingAssistantSkillsLaboratory
0.5
NURAST420 HomeHealthAide
1.5
NURAST420L HomeHealthAideLaboratory
1
NURAST450* ProfessionalDevelopment
for theNursingAssistant
1
Totalunitsforthe ChaffeyCollegecertificate:
9. Currentstatusasa CaliforniaCertifiedNursingAssistant,or completion
of
NursingAssistant
400,400L,405,and450.
10. Studentsareencouraged
to completeHealthScience428(Pharmacology
in
Nursing,3 units),whichisequivalent
toNursingVocational
42B,priortoapplication
totheVNprogram.Thosewhodowillbegivencreditintheprogram.
TheapplicationprocessforlheVN programisasfollows:
1. Attenda mandatoryinformationmeetingto obtainapplicationinformation.
2. Makeanappointmentwitha counselorinthe CounselingCenter.
3. Verificationof highschoolgraduationor equivalentorhigherasindicated
above.
4. Demonstrateeligibilityfor English450 by assessmentor prerequisite
coursecompletion.
5. Provideofficialcopiesof allpreviouscollegetranscripts(mustbeonfile).
6. Completethe preliminaryVN applicationwith a counselor,submitthe
application,
andsign upin theCounseling
Centerfor an orientation
sessign. Applicationsfor the VN programbeginningSummer2006will be
availableMarch1- 21, 2006.Lateapplicationsmaybeaccepted.
7. All selectedapplicantsmustattenda mandatoryorientationsessionfor
theapplication
to bereviewedfor admissionto theVN program.
2.5-9.5
*Studentsmusttakethesefour NURASTclassesor provideproofof acurrent
California
StateNursingAssistantCertificate.
StronglyRecommended:
BIOL30
BeginningMedicalTerminology
ENGL450
Fundamentals
of Composition
3
3
Notes:
1. Priorto admissionto the NA,MSNA,andHHAprograms,studentsmust
demonstratephysicaland emotionalhealthas determinedby a health
examination.
2. Allcoursesrequiredfor thecertificatemustbecompletedwithaminimum
gradeof"C",
3. In order to continuein the NA program,studentsmustearna minimum
gradeof "C"in all NursingAssistantandotherrequiredcourses.
4. Thecollegedoesnot providetransportationto clinicalfacilities,
NURSING"
VOCATIONAL
Notes:
1. The selectionprocessis basedon completionof prerequisitecourses,
completionof recommendedcourseHealthScience428, and available
space.
2. Inorderto continuein the program,studentsmustearna minimumgrade
of Cinall programcourses.
3. All requiredVNcoursesmustbecompletedwithinfiveyears.Fortransfer
studentsto the VNprogram:Nursingcoursesmaynot beoverfive years
old.(Subjectcompetencymaybe demonstratedbyan examination.)
4 Thecollegedoesnot providetransportation
to clinicalfacilities.
TheVocationalNurseisa caregiverin acuteandextendedcarefacilities.In
addition,VNs areemployedin homehealthcare,emergencyclinicsandas
reviewersofhealthcareutilization.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$315/04789/1230.20]
NURVN400
CriticalThinkingin HealthScience
TheVocationalNursing(VN)programisaccreditedby theStateof California
Board of VocationalNursing and PsychiatricTechnicians(BVNPT).Upon
completionof the program,studentsareeligibleto apply to takethe Boardof
VocationalNursingand PsychiatricTechnicians'licensing examinationto
practiceasaVocationalNurse.
NURVN424
NURVN424L
NURVN427
NURVN427L
NURVN428
NURVN429A
Fundamentals
of Nursing
Fundamentals
of NursingLaboratory
Introductionto Medical-SurgicalNursing
Introductionto Medical-SurgicalNursingLaboratory
BasicPharmacology
Growth/Development
PsychologyAdult-Geriatric
The VN programis oneyear in lengthand beginsin the summerterm each
programyear.Theprogramconsistsof lectureand laboratoryinstructionin
actualnursingsituations.
NURVN429B
NURVN432
NURVN432L
NURVN434
Growth/Development
PsychologyInfancy-Young
Adult 1.5
IntermediateMedical-SurgicalNursing
8
IntermediateMedical-SurgicalNursingLaboratory
5
PediatricNursing
1.5
Applicantswith a recordof any felonyaresubjectto reviewby the Boardof
VocationalNurseandPsychiatricTechnicianExaminers(BVNPTE)beforea
licensecanbegranted.Contactthe BVNPTE
priorto submittinganapplication
to the VN programto clarifyeligibilityfor licensureuponcompletingthe program.
NURVN434L
NURVN436
NURVN436L
NURVN437
NURVN437L
NURVN439
PediatricNursingLaboratory
MaternityNursing
MaternityNursingLaboratory
AdvancedMedical-SurgicalNursing
AdvancedMedical-SurgicalNursingLaboratory
LeadershipandSupervisionfor theVocationalNurse
1
1.5
1
6
3
1
Totalunitsforthemajor:
48
Enrollmentin the VN programis subjectto completionof the following
requirements:
1. AdmissiontoChaffeyCollege.
2. Bea high schoolgraduate,or havepassedthe GED,or havepassedthe
HighSchoolProficiency
Examination,
or haveassociates
degreeorhigher.
3. Provideofficialtranscriptsfrom othercollegesattended. International
transcripts(high schooland college)requireAERC,IERF,or other
approvedagencyevaluation.
4. Evidenceof satisfactoryphysicalandemotionalhealthasdeterminedby
healthexaminationandproofof immunizations.
5. Completionof NursingAssistant410and410L(Medical/Surgical
Nursing
Assistant)witha minimumgradeof Cat ChaffeyCollege.
6. Completionof MATH401or equivalentwithaminimumgradeof C.
7. Biology424 (or Biology20 and22), completedprior to the first semester
of the programandwith a minimumgradeof C. Biologycourse(s)may
not beover5yearsold at thetime of applicationto theVN Program.
8. Currentcardiopulmonaryresuscitation(CPR)certificate(AmericanHeart
AssociationHealthcareProvider or American Red Cross Professional
Rescuers).
CATALOG
2005-2006
Requiredprerequisite courses:
BIOL424 *
AnatomyandPhysiology
(or BIOL20", HumanAnatomy,
4 and
BIOL22 *, HumanPhysiology,
4)
Units
1
3
2
4
4.5
3
1
3
MATH401
Mathematicsfor HealthScience
1
NURAST405"* NursingAssistantSkillsLaboratory
0.5
NURAST400"* NursingAssistant
3.5
NURAST400L** NursingAssistantLaboratory
2
NURAST410"** Medical-SurgicalNursingAssistant
3
NURAST41OL***
Medical-Surgical
NursingAssistant
Laboratory
2
NURAST450"* ProfessionalDevelopment
for the NursingAssistant
1
* Mustbetakenwithinthe previous5years.
**Studentsmusttakethefour NURASTclassesaboveor provideproofof a
currentCaliforniaStateNursingAssistantCertificate.
***Students musttakethetwo NURASTclassesaboveor provideproofof a
ChaffeyNA/MSNACertificate.
70
[_]Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Requirements
fortheNursing:Vocational(VN)Certificate:
[T315/04789/1230.20]
Sameas the majorrequirementsfor the A.S.Degreeandgeneraleducation
requirementsabove
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Enrollmentin the PT programis subjectto completionof the following
requirements:
1. Admissionto ChaffeyCollege.
2. Highschoolgraduation,passthe GEDtest, or passthe HighSchoolProficiencyexamination,or haveassociatesdegreeor higher.InternationaltranscriptsmusthaveAERC,IERFor approvedagencyevaluation.
3. Completion
of BIOL423(or BIOL23 andBIOL23L),BIOL424(orBIOL20
andBIOL22) MATH401,PT400,andPT408withminimumgradesof "C",
or satisfactory
in-progressat thetimeof application.BiologyandPharmacyTechnician
coursesmustbetakenwithin fiveyearsof thedateof applicationtothePTprogram.
4. Eligibility
for ENGL450or ESL450.
52-89
VocationalNursingAdvanced
Placement
ContacttheVN programcoordinatorfor evaluationof nursingcoursework.
Transferstudentsmustmeetallprerequisites
fortheVN program,
NUTRITION
ANDFOOD
Notes:
A. Changesmay occur to the PharmacyTechnicianprogram effectiveFall
2006. Pleasecontactthe programcoordinatorat (909)477-8954for furtherinformation.
B. Thecollegedoesnotprovidetransportationto clinicalfacilities.
C. Studentsmustdemonstratesatisfactoryphysicalandemotionalhealth,as
determinedbyhealthexaminationandproofof immunizations.
TheNutritionandFoodmajoris designedfor studentstrainingin the field of
healthandwellness;basedon nutritionandfitnessasa lifestyle.Thecertificatequalifiesstudentsfor entry-levelpositionsin healthspas,retirementand
convalescenthomes,counselingcenters,andyouthdaycare/camps.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$241/07399/1306.00]
BIOL14
HealthScience
BIOL424
NF5
NF21
NF27
PELEC17
PELEC31
AnatomyandPhysiology
Nutritionfor Life
(orNF15, NutritionI:TheScienceof Nutrition)
DietandFitness
(alsoavailableasPELEC15)
HealthyCooking
AdvancedFirstAidandEmergencyResponse
FitnessandWellnessfor OlderAdults
(alsoavailableasGERO31)
Units
D. Studentsmust possessa currentcardiopulmonary
resuscitation(CPR)
certificateprior to enteringany PharmacyTechnician
course. Certificate
maybetheAmericanHeartAssociation
"HealthCareProviderwithAED"or
AmericanRedCross"Professional
RescuerwithAED".
3
3
3
E. TocontinueinthePharmacyTechnician
program,studentsmustearnsatisfactorygrades(minimumof "C" in gradedcourses;"CR" in pass/fail
courses.)in allPharmacyTechnician
andotherrequiredcourses.
E Studentswith prior pharmacytechnicianeducationshouldcontactthe
3
2
3
3
Totalunitsfor themajor
20
RequiredGeneralEducation
course:
COMSTD8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
3
PharmacyTechnicianProgramCoordinator,(909)477-8954.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinScienceDegree:
[$322/15524/1221.00]
PT421
ClinicalDispensing
PT421L
ClinicalDispensing
Laboratory
PT431
Pharmaceutical
andCompoundingTechniques
PT431L
Pharmaceutical
andCompoundingLaboratory
PT441
CommunityPharmacy
PT441L
CommunityPharmacyLaboratory
PT451
HomeHealthPharmaceutical
Care
PT451L
HomeHealthPharmaceutical
CareLaboratory
Requirements
forthe NutritionandFoodCertificate:
[L241/07399/1306.00]
Sameas the major requirementsfor the A.S.Degreeandgeneraleducation
requirementabove
Totalunitsforthe certificate
Totalunitsforthemajor
23
3
2
3
2
3
2
2
2
19
Plusa minimumkeyboardingspeedof 35 warn,verifiedbythe Businessand
OfficeTechnologies
ProficiencyCertificateor completionof BUSOT29 or
PHARMACY
TECHNICIAN
BUSOT40A.
RequiredprerequisiteandGeneralEducationcourses:
BIOL423
IntroductoryMicrobiologyfor Vocational
Careers
(or BIOL23, GeneralMicrobiology,3 and
BIOL23L,GeneralMicrobiologyLaboratory,2)
BIOL424
AnatomyandPhysiology
(or BIOL20, HumanAnatomy,4
andBIOL22, HumanPhysiology,4)
HS405
ComputerApplicationsfor HealthSciences
MATH401
Mathematicsfor HealthScience
PT400
Introductionto PharmacyTechnician
PT406
Pharmacology
forTechnicians
Thisoccupational
programpreparesstudentsfor work asPharmacyTechnicians. The programprovidesboth the technicaland practicaltrainingthat
enablesthetechnician,uponlicensure,to functionasacompetententry-level
assistantto the pharmacist.PharmacyTechniciansmaybeemployedin hospitals, communitypharmacies,home-healthcare settings,and government
agencies.Programcurriculumconsistsof lectureandlaboratoryinstruction
in bothsimulatedandsupervisedclinicalenvironments.
Uponsuccessfulcompletionof the PharmacyTechnician(PT)program,studentsarequalifiedto applyto the CaliforniaStateBoardof Pharmacyfor registration; registration is a legal requirementfor work in Californiaas a
pharmacytechnician.Californialawalsoallowsfor thedenialof certification
onthe basisof anypriorcriminalconvictions
substantially
relatedto pharmaceuticalpractice.
2.5
3
1
1
3
3
Requirements
forthe Pharmacy
Technician
certificate:
[T322/15524/1221.00]
Sameasthe majorrequirements
for theA.S. Degreeand prerequisite/general
educationrequirements
above.
Totalunitsforthecertificate
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
71
32.5-40
=[] Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
and
Programs
ofStudy
PHILOSOPHY
PHOTOGRAPHY
Philosophyis thinking critically and rationallyabout human problemsof
knowledge,existence,conduct,art, and religion.Studentsexplorethe great
ideasof WesternandEasternheritageandencounterfundamentalsof almost
all otherdisciplines.Thephilosophycurriculumcontributestowarda broad,
generaleducationin the liberalarts, the goal of whichmeansa liberatingof
one's mind, to free oneselffrom conventionalopinionsof one's time and
place.
ThePhotographyprogramemphasizesusingphotographyasa creativemediumfor communicatingthroughvisualimages.
Majorrequirements
forthe AssociateinArtsDegree:
[A335/O4B04/1509.00]
PHIL70
introduction
to Philosophy
PHIL72
SeminarinEthics
PHIL76
CriticalThinking
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
HUMAN20
TheHolocaust:HistoryandPhilosophy
PHIL73
SeminarinContemporaryAmericanPhilosophy
Studentsmaytakephotographycoursesaselectives,aspartof anoccupationalcertificate,or for an A.A.degreein photography.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociateinArtsDegree:
[A340/04783/1012.00]
PHOTO
1
Historyof Photography
PHOTO
10
BeginningPhotography
PHOTO
11
IntermediatePhotography
PHOTO
12
StudioLighting
PHOTO
13
FineArtPhotography
PHOTO
20
Photography
for Publications
PHOTO
50
Introduction
to ColorPhotography
PHOTO
456
ComputersandPhotography
Units
3
3
3
3
3
Units
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Plusonecoursefrom the following:
PHIL80
Introduction
to Religion
PHIL81
Introduction
to EasternPhilosophy
PHIL82
Introductionto MonotheisticReligions:
Judaism/Christianity/Islam
PHIL92E-H
SpecialTopics:Philosophy
Plusnine units from the following:
Anthropology
3
Biology1,2, 10
English32, 70A,75A,81
FineArts50
History1, 2,5, 6, 9
PoliticalScience2
Psychology1
Totalunitsforthemajor:
3
3
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
ART1
Contemporary
Art:1950- Present
(or ART5, ArtHistoryof WesternWorld:1400Contemporary)
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
3
3-6
9
24-27
PHILOSOPHY:
RELIGIOUS
STUDIES
ReligiousStudiesencompassthe personal,cultural,andultimatedimensions
in life. Studentsare introducedto theistic and non-theisticreligionsand
philosophies,EastandWest,andtheir distinctiveworldviews'througha cognitiveandsocialemphases.Religioncoursesaim to enablestudentsto discover basic structures or essential characteristics of human religious
experience
throughcriticalobservationandthought.
Majorrequirements
for theAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A385/07390/1510.00]
PHIL80
Introductionto Religion
PHIL81
Introductionto EasternPhilosophy
PHIL82
Introductionto MonotheisticReligions:
Judaism/Christianity/Islam
Plusonecoursefrom the foflowing:
PHIL70
Introductionto Philosophy
PHIL72
SeminarinEthics
PHIL76
CriticalThinking
Plusnine units from the following:
Anthropology3
Biology1,2, 10
English32, 70A,70B,75A,81
FineArts50
PoliticalScience1,2
Psychology1,5, 92A-H
Sociology10, 11,16
Totalunitsforthe major:
CATALOG
2005-2006
31
Units
3
3
3
4
Requirements
fortheStillPhotography
Certificate:
[T340/O4783/1012.00]
ART10
Fundamentals
of DesigninTwoDimensions
BUS45
SmallBusinessOwnershipandManagement
COMSTD8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
PHOTO1
Historyof Photography
PHOTO10
BeginningPhotography
PHOTO11
IntermediatePhotography
PHOTO12
StudioLighting
PHOTO13
FineArt Photography
PHOTO20
Photography
forPublications
PHOTO21
PublicRelationsandCommunications
Photography
4
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
2
PHOTO
PHOTO410
422
PHOTO456
DigitalPhotography
WeddingPhotography
ComputersandPhotography
4
2
4
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
46
Recommended:
ART5
Art HistoryofWesternWorld:1400- Present
ART8
ContemporaryMedia,Art andVisualLanguage
ART44
Mixed-MediaStudioandTheory
ART67
ComputerGraphicsI
ART480
PortfolioandPresentation
JOUR10
Newswriting
3
3
3
3
3
3
i_iChaffey
College
3
3
3
3
9
21
72
Graduation
Requirements
and
Programs
ofStudy
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
Coaching
TheLevel
OneCoachingCertificatepreparesstudentsfor employmentaswalkonassistantcoachesfor highschools,andassistantorheadcoachesfor ele-
PhysicalEducationprovidesbasiccoursesto preparestudentsfor continued
study;considerationhasbeengivento transferrequirementsof localcolleges
mentaryschools,middleschools,and
youthleagues.The
LevelII Coaching
Certificate
preparesstudentsfor employment
aswalk-onheadcoaches,
andis
alsofor thoseindividualsinterestedin pursuingcoachingasa career.
anduniversities,
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[$345/04767/0835.00]
BIOL14
HealthScience
BIOL20
HumanAnatomy
BIOL22
HumanPhysiology
NF5
Nutritionfor Life
(or NF15, NutritionI:TheScienceof Nutrition)
PELEC
15
DietandFitness
(alsoavailableasNF21)
PELEC
16
FirstAid(or PELEC
17, AdvancedFirstAid
andEmergencyResponse)
PELEC
18
Introductionto PhysicalEducation
Units
Requirements
forthe LevelOneCoaching
Certificate:
[L373/9999g/0835.60]
GUID2
Essentialsof StudentSuccess
PELEC2
Introductionto AthleticTraining
PELEC13
Professional
Activities:CoachingTeamSports
PELEC16
FirstAid
(or PELEC
17, AdvancedFirstAid andEmergency
Response)
3
4
4
3
3
Totalunitsforthemajor:
2
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
3
11
Requirementsforthe LevelTwoCoaching
Certificate:
Anythreeone-unitPhysicalEducation
Activity,Adaptive,or Teamcourses 3
Plussix units from the following:
PELEC
2, 6, 9, 11,12, 13, 14, 31,413
Units
[L374/15531/0835.60]
All requirementsforthe CoachingCertificate,LevelI,plus:
Units
11
6
PELEC12
PELEC18
PELEC413
32
PHYSICALEDUCATIONCERTIFICATE
PROGRAMS
PrinciplesandPracticesof OfficiatingTeamSports
Introductionto PhysicalEducation
SportsManagement
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
3
3
3
20
Aquatics
TheAquaticsCertificatepreparesstudentsforjob opportunitiesaslifeguards,
aquaticinstructors,andpool managementpositions,
Wellness
TheWellnessCertificateprogramis designedto provideskills necessaryfor
the developmentof a healthyindividual.Emphasiswill includeboth Eastern
and Westernphilosophy.A certificatein the wellnessprogrammay provide
Requirements
fortheAquaticsCertificate:
[L370/99999/0835.70]
PELEC9
SwimLessonInstructorCourse
PELEC14
LifeguardTraining
employmentopportunitiesas a practitioner,
educator,or as a consultantfor
industry,businessor in medicine.
Units
3
3
Plus onecoursefrom the following:
PEACT9
Swimming
PETEAM11
SwimmingTeamActivity,MenandWomen
PETEAM31
SwimmingTeamClass,MenandWomen
PETEAM51
IntercollegiateSwimmingTeam,MenandWomen
1
1
2
2
Plus onecoursefrom the following:
PELEC16
FirstAid
PELEC
17
AdvancedFirstAid andEmergencyResponse
3
3
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
Requirements
fortheWellnessCertificate:
[L371/10361/0837.00]
PELEC
6
Reflexology
PELEC15
DietandFitness
(alsoavailableas NF21)
PELEC16
FirstAid
PELEC
31
FitnessandWellnessfor OlderAdults
(alsoavailableasGERO31)
PELEC33
Introductionto EasternMovementandMeditation
PELEC
422
TherapeuticTouch
PSYCH1
Introductionto Psychology
SOC16
Marriage,Family,andRelationships
10-11
Plusfive units from the following or from approvedspecial topics:
BIOL14
HealthScience
CDE5
HealthandSafetyof the YoungChild
COMSTD74
InterculturalCommunication
DANCE
Anydanceactivity(maximumof 1 class)
GERO412
Physiologyof Aging
MUSIC26
WorldMusic
PEACT
Any(maximumof 2units)
Note:FirstAid coursesalso includeCPRcertification.Lifeguardingclasses
includebasicFirstAid andCPRcertification.
PEAD
PELEC17
PHIL81
PSYCH55
PSYCH430
SCSC122
-_
_="_
_"
Any(maximum
of 1class)
Advanced
FirstAid
andEmergencyResponse
IntroductiontoEasternPhilosophy
AbnormalPsychology
HealthPsychology
DyingandDeath
Totalunitsforthecertificate:
CATALOG
2005-2006
73
Units
2
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-3
2
3
0.5-2
0.5-2.5
3
3
3
3
3
27
ll_iChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
PHYSICAL
SCIENCE
Plus
the following:
PS3 twocoursesfrom
California
PoliticsandCulture
3
The PhysicalSciencecurriculum providestransfer studentsa samplingof
coursesfundamentalto subsequentupperdivisionspecializationinastronomy,chemistry,earthscience,engineering,geographicinformationsystems
(GIS),geology,mathematics,physics,or statistics.Fornon-transferstudents,
this curriculumis valuablepreparationfor obtainingemploymentat the level
of technician.
PS7
PS21
PS32
3
3
3
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$350/04806/1g01.00]
Any 20 units selectedfrom coursesnumbered1 through 99 in astronomy,
chemistry,earthscience,engineering,geographicinformationsystems(GIS),
geology,physics,statistics,and mathematicswith no morethaneight units
Economics1,2,
History1,2, 9, 10,17, 18, 20, 50, 51,70, 71
Psychology1
SocialScience10(or Statistics10),35
Sociology10
Plusnine unitsfrom the following:
Anthropology3
CorrectionalScience10
from any oneof thesesubjectareas.
Totalunitsforthemajor:
PSYCHOLOGY
The Psychologyprogramis for associatedegreeandtransfer studentswho
wishto majoror minorin psychologyor relatedfields.Coursesaredesignedto
providestudentswith greaterunderstandingof the behaviorof living organismsasindividualsandgroups.
The Physicscurriculum providesstudentsa basis for understanding'the
physicalconceptsandskillsrequiredforattainmentof upperdivisionstatusin
a four year collegeor university. It also providesmanyof the prerequisite
coursesfor engineeringmajors.
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
PHYS44
Introductionto Motion
Majorrequirementsforthe Associatein ArtsDegree:
[A365/04810/2001.00]
PSYCH1
Introductionto Psychology
PSYCH5
PersonalandSocialAwareness
PSYCH80
Introductionto ResearchMethodsin Psychology
SCSCI10
Statistics
for SocialScience
Units
3
1
1
3
1
1
4
4
5
4
5
5
5
42
4
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Totalunitsforthemajor:
23
RequiredGeneralEducationcourses:
ENGL1A
Composition
ENGL1B
AdvancedCompositionandCriticalThinking
(or PHIL76, CriticalThinking)
3
3
*A maximumoftwo of the Developmental
PsychologySeriesmaybetakento
fulfillthisrequirement.
**Psychology92Emaybetakentwotimesto fulfillthisrequirement,
giventwo
differentspecialtopicsarecompleted.
PoliticalScience,the studyof politicsand government,examineswaysand
meansby whichsocietiesidentifyandsolveproblems.Theexerciseof power
in decision-making
processesandits effectonsocietalresourcesisexplored
andweighed.Politicalvaluesandbeliefsaredetermined
andevaluatedforfurtherdepthof understanding.PoliticalSciencecoursesenrichthegeneraleducation programand fundamentallysupport preparationfor careersin
teaching,the law, governmentservice,city management,
journalism,business,andinternational
affairs.
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
Plusnine units from the following:
PSYCH20
Developmental
Psychology:
ChildhoodandAdolescence*
PSYCH21
Developmental
Psychology:AdulthoodandAging*
PSYCH25
Developmental
Psychology:LifespanDevelopment*
PSYCH41
BiologicalPsychology
PSYCH45
Psychoactive
Drugs:TheChemistryof Consciousness
PSYCH55
AbnormalPsychology
PSYCH65
SocialPsychology
PSYCH92E
SpecialTopics:Psychology**
PSYCH430
HealthPsychology
SCSC111
ComputerApplicationsfor the SocialSciences
SCSC117
HumanSexuality
POLITICAL
SCIENCE
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A360/04817/2207.00]
PS1
AmericanPolitics
PS2
Introductionto PoliticalScience
PS10
Comparative
Politics
24
20
PHYSICS
Totalunitsforthemajor:
9
Totalunitsfor themajor:
Note: Coursesincluded
Education
requirements. in the major cannot be used to fulfill General
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$355/04807/1902.00]
CHEM21
GeneralChemistry
CHEM21L1
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM21L2
GeneralChemistryLabI
CHEM22
GeneralChemistry
CHEM22L1
GeneralChemistryLabII
CHEM22L2
GeneralChemistryLabII
MATH65A
CalculusI
MATH65B
CalculusII
MATH75
CalculusIII
MATH85
DifferentialEquations
PHYS45
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersI
PHYS46
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersII
PHYS47
Physicsfor ScientistsandEngineersIII
InternationalRelations
UrbanPolitics
LawandSociety
Units
3
3
3
74
[_lChaffey
College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
RADIOLOGIC
TECHNOLOGY
RADTEC
75
460
TheRadiologicTechnology
programleadsto anAssociatein ScienceDegreeor
certificate.Trainingincludesoperationof X-rayequipment,exposingandprocessingfilm, utilizingradiationprotectiondevices,positioningpatients,and
patientcare.Concurrent
clinicaltrainingisheldinhospitalsaffiliatedwithCharley
College.
TheRadiologic
Technology
programisaccreditedbytheStateofCalifornia andthe Joint ReviewCommitteeon Educationin RadiologJc
Technology
(JRCERT).
Graduates
areeligibletoapplyfor admissiontothecertificationexaminationadministeredby the AmericanRegistryof RadiologicTechnologists
(ARRT)andtheStateofCalifornia(CRT).Theprogramarticulateswiththe CaliforniaStateUniversityNorthridgeRadiologic
Technology
Programfor thebacheIor'sdegree.
RADTEC
460L VenipunctureLaboratoryfor Imaging
Professionals
Totalunitsforthe major:
60
Note:Thefollowingclassesarerequiredinadditionto the majorrequirements
forthe degreeto attaineligibilityto applyfor examinationsgivenby theStateof
CaliforniaandtheAmericanRegistryof RadiologicTechnologists.
RADTEC
50
RADTEC
55
RADTEC
81
RADTEC
85
RadiographicClinicalEducationIII (firstsummer)
RadiographicEquipmentandClinicalApplication
(first summer)
RadiographicClinicalEducationVI
(secondsummer)
DevelopmentofAdvancedRadiographicSkills
(secondsummer)
6
2
5
2
REAL
ESTATE
3. Completion
of the followJng
courseswith
a minimumgradeof C (2.0),or
coursesinprogressatthe
time
of application:
a. MATH410,411, or higherlevelmath,STAT10,or SCSC110,or
passAlgebraSkillsTest.
b. CHEM9; 10; or 21,21L1, and21L2;or PHYS5 or higher,or one
yearof highschoolchemistryor physics,
c. BIOL20 (or BIOL424and424L)
d. BIOL30
Therealestateprofessionalin Californiais concernedwiththe transfer of title
to realpropertyandthoseactivitiessupportingthis vitalfunction.Rangingin
scopefrom the saleof singlefamily residenceto the managementof a multiunit residentialcomplex,the realestateindustry requiresextensiveeducation
andpracticalexperienceof its licensees.The CaliforniaRealEstateCommissign has establishedstringent regulations,and the NationalAssociationof
RealtorshasanequallystringentCodeof Ethicsto insurea high levelof individualprofessionalism.
Studentsareadmittedto the RadiologicTechnologyprogramon a point-systern basis.Becausethe programis impacted,it is imperativethat applicants
talk witha counselorregardingthe point systemprior to beginningthe prerequisiteandgeneraleducationcourses.Requiredcourseslistedundernumher3 aboveandgeneraleducationcoursesareassignedpoints.Onlycourses
completedpriorto the applicationperiodwill beincludedfor full pointcalculation. Studentsmustearna minimumgradeof C in all requiredand general
educationcourses.Applicantswill benotifiedif theyareacceptedintothe programbythe endof May.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
[$381/14400/0511.00]
RE10
RealEstatePrinciples
RE15
RealEstatePractice
RE50
LegalAspectsof RealEstateI
RE60
RealEstateFinance
RE70
RealEstateAppraisal
RE86
RealEstatePropertyManagement
Note:RadiologicTechnology
studentsmustearna minimumgradeof C (78%)
inall Radiologic
Technology
coursesin orderto continueinthe program.
Plusthreecoursesfrom the following (at least g units):
ACCTG1A
Principlesof AccountingI
(orACCTGFS
465,FinancialAccountingfor the
Non-Accounting
Major,3)
ACCTGFS
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
ACCTGFS
454 Introductionto the Taxationof Corporations
andPartnerships
BUS13
ProfessionalSelling
BUS28A
BusinessLawI
BUS28B
BusinessLawII
BUS49
BusinessComputations
BUSOT455
Fundamentals
of Englishfor Business
CIS2
Introductionto BusinessApplicationSoftware
(or CIS1, Intro to ComputerInformationSystems,3)
CIS68
Usingthe Internet
COMSTD
8
Fundamentals
of SpeechCommunication
ECON1
Introductionto Economics
MGMT40
Introductionto Management
RE472
AdvancedRealEstateAppraisal
RE475
RealEstateEscrowI
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ScienceDegree:
Units
[$375/04792/1225.00]
RADTEC
10
AnatomyandRadiographicPositioningI
3
RADTEC
IOL
LaboratoryforAnatomyandRadiographicPositioningI 1
RADTEC
16
MedicalProceduresfor RadiologicTechnologists
3
RADTEC
16L
Laboratoryfor MedicalProceduresfor Radiologic
Technologists
1
RADTEC
20
RadiologicScienceandProtection
3
RADTEC
20L
Laboratoryfor RadiologicScienceandProtection
1
RADTEC
25
AnatomyandRadiographicPositioningII
3
RADTEC
25L
LaboratoryforAnatomyandRadiographic
1
PositioningII
RADTEC
31
Radiographic
ClinicalEducationI
2
RADTEC
34
RadiographicImaging
3
RADTEC
34L
Laboratoryfor Radiographic
Imaging
1
RADTEC
40
RadiographicClinicalEducationII
8
RADTEC
61
RadiographicClinicalEducationIV
8
RADTEC
66
AnatomyandRadiographicPositioningIII
3
RADTEC
66L
Laboratoryfor AnatomyandRadiographic
1
CATALOG
2005-2006
0.5
60
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
Applicantsto the RadiologicTechnology
programmustmeetthefollowing
criteria:
1. Eligibilityfor admissionto ChaffeyCollege.
2. Highschoolgraduation,passthe GEDtest, or passthe HighSchoolProficiencyexamination.Internationaltranscripts must haveAERC,IERFor
approvedagencyevaluation.
PositioningIII
Radiographic
ClinicalEducationV
5
1.5
Requirements
fortheRadiologicTechnology
Certificate:
[T375/04792/1225.00]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor theA.S.Degree.
Theapplicationprocessisinitiatedbymakinganappointment
withacounselorin
the CounselingCenter.A specialapplicationfor admissionto the Radiologic
Technology
programmustbesubmittedFebruary1-28,2006(deadlinemay be
extendedat the coordinator'sdiscretion),for the classstartingthe following
August.
RADTEC
70
Pathology
& Special
RadiographicProcedures
Venipuncture
forImagingProfessionals
Totalunitsforthe major:
11
75
Units
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
1.5
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
27
I_: Chaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
Requirements
fortheRealEstateCertificate:
[L382/14400/0511.00]
Sameasthe majorrequirementsfor theA.S.Degree.
Totalunitsforthe certificate:
SOCIOLOGY
Sociologyis thestudy of socialinteractions.Sociologystudentswillcometo
understandtheindividualas a socialactorandthe socialforceswhichaffect
individuality:how age,gender,ethnicity,socialclass,andothersocialfactors
27
Real EstateSalesperson's
Certificate:
This programis intendedfor individualsdesiringto becomerealestatesales-
affecta person'sopportunities,attitudes,andbehaviors.Howdo peoplecreate
their society? Small groups, crowd behavior,organizations,institutions,
protestgroups,communities,andsocietiesarestudiedinterms of stablepatternsof socialbehavior,as wellasconflictandchange.
personswitha minimumof courserequirements,
Requirements
fortheRealEstateSalespersonCertificate:
[E383/99999/0511.00]
RE10
RealEstatePrinciples
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
RE15
RealEstatePractice
RE50
LegalAspectsofRealEstateI
RE60
RealEstateFinance
RE70
RealEstateAppraisal
RE86
RealEstatePropertyManagement
RE475
RealEstateEscrowI
Units
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A400/04818/2208.00]
SCSC110
Statisticsfor SocialScience
3
SOC10
SOC70
3
3
3
3
3
3
Introductionto Sociology
SocialProblems
Units
4
3
3
Plusthreecoursesfrom following:
SCSC111
ComputerApplications
for theSocialSciences
SCSC117
HumanSexuality
SOC11
PopularCulture
SOC14
Sociologyof Gender
3
3
3
3
SOC15
EthnicandRaceRelations:
U.S.andGlobal
Perspectives
3
Note:Asof July1,2003,allapplicants
forarealestatesalesperson
licensefor
the stateof Californiawill be requiredto completea coursein RealEstate
Practicesin additionto the other requiredcourses. RealEstatePractices
mustbetakeneitherprior to the licenseexaminationor for conditionallicenses,withineighteenmonthsafterissuanceof the license.Realestatesalespersonapplicantswill still berequiredto takeRealEstatePrinciples.
SOC16
SOC18
Marriage,FamilyandRelationships
Sociologyof Aging
(alsoavailableasGERO18)
Sociologyof Deviance
SpecialTopics:Sociology
3
3
SOCIAL
SCIENCE
History5, 6, 17, 18
Philosophy70
PoliticalScience1
Tolalunitsforthecertificate
9
SOC19
SOC92A-H
Plustwocoursesfrom the following:
Anthropology
3
Economics1
TheSocialSciencemajoris designedwithtwo mainobjectives:(1) to provide
a broadlybasedbackgroundin severaldisciplines,and(2) to permitspecializationina specificfield of study.Studentswhointendto completestudiesin
anotherinstitution
areadvisedto plantheircollegeprogramscarefullyinconjunctionwith the transferinstitution'srequirements.Thiscouldnecessitate
addingcoursestoanyoftheacademic
majorsofferedbyChaffeyCollege.
Majorrequirements
forthe Associate
in ArtsDegree:
[A395/04813/2201.00]
Twenty-oneunitsfrom four of thefollowingdisciplines:
Anthropology2,3
ChildDevelopment
andEducation
CommunicationStudies
CorrectionalScience
Economics
Education
Geography1,10, 11
Gerontology
PoliticalScience
Psychology
SocialScience
Sociology
Totalunitsforthemajor:
Totalunitsforthemajor:
RequiredGeneralEducationCourse:
ENGL1A
Composition
22.5-28
3
21
21
Note:Coursesincludedin majorcannotbe usedto fulfill GeneralEducation
requirements
.....
' "" •,
•
CATALOG
2005-2006
3
0.5-6
76
.
!U_rChaffey College
Graduation
Requirements
andPrograms
ofStudy
THEATRE
ARTS
UNIVERSITYSTUDIES
TheTheatreArtsprogramprovidesstudentswith boththe theoryandpractJcalexperiencenecessaryfor eitheremploymentinbeginninglevelsof professignal theatreor transferto a theatrearts major in a four-yearinstitution,
Variousproductionsareofferedto providestudentswith a broadrangeof
practicaltraining,
Studentstransferringto the Universityof California,the CaliforniaStateUniversity,or other universitiesmaychoosethe UniversityStudiesmajor.The curriculum exposesstudents to a broad spectrum of fundamentalareas of
intellectualexperience.At the sametime,the degreeprogramallowsstudents
to pursuea field of interestby meetingthe lower divisionmajor requirements
towarda baccalaureate
degree.
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A415/04780/1007.00]
THEATRE
2
StageMovement
THEATRE
4
Development
ofthe TheatreI
THEATRE
5
Development
ofthe TheatreII
THEATRE
12
IntermediateActing
THEATRE
20
Directingfor the StageI
THEATRE
21
Directingfor the StageII
THEATRE
60
Seminar:Acting
THEATRE
64
Historyof Costume
(alsoavailableasART64)
Plus onecoursefrom the following:
THEATRE
16
Principleof CostumeDesignandProduction
(alsoavailableas FASHD16)
THEATRE
30
TechnicalTheatre
THEATRE
32
TheatreDesign- Lighting
THEATRE
34
TheatreDesign- Scenography
THEATRE
40
StageCostuming
Plustwo coursesfrom the following:
THEATRE
14
StylizedActing
THEATRE
18
Seminarin TelevisionProduction:
ActingTechniques
THEATRE
42
TheatricalMakeup
THEATRE
50
MainStageProductionWorkshopI
THEATRE
56
Children'sTheatre
Totalunitsforthe major:
RequiredGeneralEducationcourse:
THEATRE
10
BeginningActing
CATALOG
2005-2006
Units
Majorrequirements
fortheAssociatein ArtsDegree:
[A201/07394/4901.10]
Completionof all the requirementsin the IntersegmentalGeneralEducation
TransferCurriculum(IGETC).Studentshavethe optionof completingthe UCor
theCSUpatternof requirements.(See"PreparationforAdvancedStanding.)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
33-34
3
77
'l_!!Chaffey College
FACULTY
LECTURER
OFTHE
YEAR
2005
Monica Carter
"You cannot judge the character of someone you do not know." This is Professor
Monica Carter's mantra, as she tries with an overwhelming sense of zest and passion
to get to know a little something about everyone she comes in contact with. Such
passion is also translated to Professor Carter's classes. Walk by any of her classes on
any given day and you're likely to find a highly debate-centered, social-oriented class
in which students are not afraid to talk loudly, clearly, and honestly. A world in which
people don't talk is not a world in which Monica wants to live.
Professor Carter holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from California
State University Dominguez Hills. Her future professorial aspirations began when
she sat in undergraduate college classes and wondered why very few of her professors
looked like her. "Well, why don't YOU just become what you're looking for?" the
The Formula
tuy'-'onnec"v"-:
for
_J
tzelatlonsmp
Precedine
&
the
from the Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, California and a Ph.D. in
The culmination of that journey ended with a Master's Degree in American Politics
Political Science from the same university. She joined the Chaffey faculty in January
of 1997 and teaches domestic policy courses (American Politics, Law and Society, and
Urban Politics)in the Political Science department.
_o_e_or Carter's biggest love at Chaffey has been her commitment to diversity. As a
second year faculty member, she started Emphases classes in Political Science. The
concept included teaching required seminar courses in political science, but adding an
emphasis component to them to include more diverse views. Emphases classes are
lntormatlon
(Politics, Race
voice rang out in her head. Thus began the journey to graduate school.
Classroom)
_ow offered in Women's Politics, the Asian Experience, and the Latin Experience.
Professor Carter coordinated the Transitions Toward Diversity Faculty Intern Program
from 1999-2001. This intern program had as its goal the increased recruitment,
training, and retention of faculty of color to the Chaffey community. New faculty
members were provided seminars in issues such as dynamic teaching, classroom
management, diversity, and interviewing skills. Many of the previous adjunct faculty
members who have completed the program have gone on to secure full-time
positions in colleges and universities across the United States. Professor Carter's
diversity efforts were most recently lauded by the Acadenfic Senate for the California
Community College when she was conferred the Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award
for 2002.
Professor Carter was voted ASCC Faculty of the Year in 2002. She routinely teaches
honors classes, sits on college book panel presentations, volunteers for numerous
college selection conmfittees, and generally has a passion for energizing the lives of
students. "Even when life looks like a disaster, there's always a teachable moment
present)'
On the personal side, Professor Carter makes her life with her husband Roy (the joy
of her every morning) and two girls, eleven-year old Ayana and nine-year old
Maliaka. On any given day, you'll find her taking a swim at her gym, visiting a
bookstore for hours on end, checking out the latest independent film, and grabbing
all things chocolate to eat. An avid lover of all music, talk radio and travel, if she
could, Monica would spend her eternity following her inquisitive nfind across the
ends of the earth meeting, talking, and learning about the lives of every new person
she comes across. Of course, all that traveling would then require a trip to the spa!!!
CATALOG
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PREPARATION
FORADVANCED
STANDING
FOUR-YEAR
UNIVERSITIES
ANDCOLLEGES
ChaffeyCollegeoffers programsof courses
whichparallelthefirst two years(lowerdivision) in four-year collegesand universities.
Becauserequirementsvary amongcollegiate
institutions,it is advantageous
for studentsto
choosethecollegeor universityto whichthey
plan to transferas earlyin their educational
careeras possible.Studentsshouldconcentrate on meetingadmissions,preparationfor
the major,prerequisites,and generaleducation requirementswhile attendingthe com-
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four-yearcollegesanduniversitiesis available
inthe ChaffeyCollegeCounselingCenter.Stumunity college.to Information
on many
dentsareadvised
obtaininformationabout
es
thechosentransfercollegefromthatcollege's
catalogand website,and informationavailable online
at www.csumentor
www.ucoo.edu/Dathwavs,
or www.assist.ora.
Informationabout
many
independentcollegesanduniversities
in California
is available
online at www.aiccu.ora.
Studentsplanning
to transfershouldbe awareof datesandprocedures in filing the applicationfor admission. Applications for the University of
California(UC)andCaliforniaStateUniversity
(CSU)systemsareavailable
at theCounseling
Center,althoughstudentsareencouraged
to
apply onlineat the MENTORwebsite (for
CSU) or the PATHWAYS
website(for UC).
Students may also personallycontactthe
appropriate
campusor institution.
CrossEnrollment- Californiaresidentscurrentlyenrolledata California
communitycollegemayenrollin oneundergraduatecourse
peracademic
termatanyCSUorUCcampus,
providedthe studenthasmetcourseprerequisitiesand approvalis grantedby both the
homeandthe CSUor UCcampus.A $10 fee
plus any material/laboratory
fees associated
withthecoursemaybecharged.Crossenrollmentdoesnotconstitute
regularadmission.
Tocross-enroll,
thestudentmust:
• have completedat leastone term at the
homecampus,and:
• havea 2.0GPAin workcompleted,and:
• be enrolledin at least six unitsat their
homecampusand havepaidappropriate
feesto the homecampusfor the term in
whichtheywishtocross-enroll.
CATALOG
2005-2006
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CALIFORNIA
STATE
UNIVERSITY
There
are23stateuniversity
campuses
inCalifornia.
Q=Quarter
system;S=Semester
system
1 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
Bakersfield-Q
9001Stockdale
Highway
Bakersfield,
CA 93311-1099
(661)664-3036-www.csubak.edu
2 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
ChannelIslands- S
OneUniversityDrive,Camarillo,CA 93012
(805)437-8500-www.csuci.edu
Alimitednumber
ofCSUNorthridge
courses
are
available
ontheCSUCI
campus.
6 CaliforniaStateUniversity,Fullerton- S
800 N. StateCollege
Blvd.
Fullerton,
CA 92834-9480
(714) 278-2300-www.fullerton.edu
7 CaliforniaStaleUniversity,Hayward- Q
25800CarlosBeeBlvd.
Hayward,CA 94542-3035
(510) 885-2624-www.csuhayward.edu
8 HumboldtStateUniversity- S
1 HapstStreet,Arcata,CA 95521-4957
(707) 826-4402- www.humboldt.edu
3 CaliforniaStateUniversity,Chico- S
400W.FirstStreet,Chico,CA95929-0722
(530)898-6321- www.csuchico.edu
9 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
LongBeach- S
1250BellflowerBlvd.
LongBeach,CA 90840-0106
(562)985-5471- www.csulb.edu
4 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
Dominguez
Hills - S
1000EastVictoriaStreet
Carson,CA 90747
(310)243-3696- www.csudh.edu
10 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
LosAngeles- Q
5151StateUniversityDrive
LosAngeles,CA90032-8530
(323)343-3901-www.calstatela.edu
5 CaliforniaStateUniversity,Fresno- S
5150NorthMapleAvenue
Fresno,CA 93740-0057
(559)278-2261- www.csufresno.edu
11 CaliforniaMaritimeAcademy- S
200 MaritimeAcademyDrive
Vallejo,CA 94590
(800)561-1945- www.csum.edu
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forAdvanced
Standing
12 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
MontereyBay- S
100 CampusCenterDrive
Seaside,CA 93955-8001
(831) 582-3518-www.csumb.edu
13 California
StateUniversity,
Northridge- S
18111NordhoffStreet
Northridge,CA 91330-8207
(818)677-3700- www.csun.edu
14 CaliforniaState PolytechnicUniversity,
Pomona- Q
3801WestTempleAvenue
Pomona,CA 91768-4003
(909)869-3210- www.csuoomona.edu
15 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
Sacramento- S
6000J Street
Sacramento,
CA95819-6112
(916)278-3901-www.csus.edu
16 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
SanBernardino- Q
5500UniversityParkway
SanBernardJno,
CA 92407-2397
•(909)880-5188- www.csusb.edu
17 SanDiegoStateUniversity- Q
5500CampanileDrive
SanDiego,CA92182-7455
(619) 594-6336- www.sdsu.edu
18 SanFrancisco
StateUniversity- S
1600HollowayAvenue
SanFrancisco,
CA 94132-4002
(415) 338-1113- www.sfsu.edu
19 SanJos6StateUniversity-S
OneWashingtonSquare
SanJose,CA 95192-0009
(408)283-7500- www.sjsu.edu
20 CaliforniaPolytechnic
StateUniversity,
SanLuisObispo-Q
SanLuisObispo,CA 93407
(805)756-2311- www.calnoly.edu
21 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
SanMarcos- S
333S.TwinOaksValleyRoad,
SanMarcos,CA 92096-0001
(760)750-4848-www.csusm.edu
22 SonomaStateUniversity- S
1801EastCotatiAvenue
RohnertPark,CA 94928
(707)664-2778-www.sonoma.edu
23 CaliforniaStateUniversity,
Stanislaus- S
801WestMonteVistaAvenue
Turlock,CA 95382
(209)667-3152- www.csustan.edu
CATALOG
2005-2006
Eachof the stateuniversities
acceptsa maximumof70semesterunitsof creditintransferable coursescompletedin the community
college.Junior standingrequiresthe completion of 60 semester units in transferable
courses.Thecommunitycollegestudentwho
was eligibleto entera stateuniversityat graduationfrom high school maytransfer at any
time with a 2.0 gradepoint averageor higher
in the communitycollege.Eligibilityfrom high
Waiver of Foreign Language Subject
Requirement- Theforeignlanguagesubject
requirement
maybewaivedfor applicants
who
demonstratecompetencein a languageother
than English equivalent to or higher than
expectedof studentswho completetwo years
of foreignlanguagestudy.Studentsmay consult with their schoolor counselorof anyCSU
campusadmissionsor Relationswith Schools
officefor further information.
school is basedupon a combinationof the
gradepointaverageof workcompletedinthe
last three years of high school (excluding ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
FOR
physicaleducationand militaryscience)and
the SATtotalortheACTcomposite
score.
TRANSFER
APPLICANTS
• Have/willhavegradua!edfrom highschool,
• Meetthe eligibilityindexwith gradepoint
averageandtest scores,
• Haveor will havecompleted,with a gradeof
dents.
• Studentswho havecompleted60 or more
transferable semester college units (90
quarterunits)areconsideredupper-division
Cor better,a patternof coursestotaling15
units (see below).A "unit" is one year of
studyinhighschool,
transferstudents.
• Studentswho completed college units
beforegraduationfromhighschool,orduringthesummerbetweenhighschoolgradu-
NOTE:Studentsmayhaveto meethigheraca'
demicrequirements
forimpactedprograms.
ation and CSU enrollment,are considered
first-time freshmenand must meet those
admissionrequirements.
A studentwho is notadmissibleupon highschoolgraduation,or has completedcollege
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
FOR
unitsafterthesummerimmediately
following
FRESHMAN
APPLICANTS
graduationfrom high school,isconsidereda
transferstudent.
AdmissionEligibility- Studentsare eligible • Studentswho havecompletedfewerthan
for admissionif they:
60 semestercollegeunits(90 quarterunits)
areconsideredlowerdivisiontransferstu-
SubjectRequirements
- TheCaliforniaState
Universityrequiresthat first-time freshman
applicants
complete,withgradesof C or bet- LOWER
DIVISION
TRANSFER
ADMISSION
ter, a comprehensivepattern of college REOUIREMENTS
preparatory
studytotaling15 units.
Studentsare eligiblefor admissionasa lower
• 4 years:English
divisiontransferstudentif they:
• 3 years:Mathematics
(Algebrai, Geometry,
and AlgebraII; or integratedmathematics • Havea collegegradepointaverageof 2.00
includingthese)
or better in all transferablecollege units
• 2 years:SocialScience,
includingoneyear
attempted.
of U.S.HistoryorU.S.HistoryandGovern- • Are in good standingat the lastcollegeor
merit
university attended (i.e. eligible to re• 2 years: Sciencewith a laboratory:(one
enroll).
yearbiological
and oneyearphysical)
• Meettheadmissionrequirements
fora first• 2 years:Foreignlanguage(the samelantimefreshman,or havesuccessfully
comguage)
pletedthecoursesnecessary
to makeupthe
• 1 year:Visualand performingarts: Art,
deficiencies
they hadin highschoolif they
Dance,
Theatre/Drama,
orMusic
did notcompletethe 15-unitpatternof col• 1 year:Electivechosenfrom the subject
legepreparatory
subjects.
areaslistedabove
• Meettheeligibilityindexrequiredof a freshman.
• SomeCSUcampusesmayrequirecompletion of English composition and general
education
mathematics.
• StudentsshouldcontacttheCSUcampusof
choiceto determineif there are limitson
admission
asa lower-division
transfer.
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UPPER
DIVISION
TRANSFER
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
Studentsareeligibleforadmissionasanupper
divisiontransferstudentifthey:
• Havea collegegrade pointaverageof 2.00
or
better(2.40forcollege
non-California
residents)
in alltransferable
unitscompleted.
• Are in goodstandingat the last collegeor
university
attended(i.e.eligibleto re-enroll).
• Havecompleted,or will completeprior to
transfer*, at least 30 semesterunits (45
quarterunits) of coursesequivalentto generaleducationrequirements,with gradesof
Cor better.The30 units mustincludeall of
thegeneraleducationrequirementsin cornmunicationin the Englishlanguage(Area
AI: oral communication;AreaA2: English
composition;andAreaA3:criticalthinking)
andat leastone courseof at least3 semester units(4 quarterunits)requiredin college
levelmathematics(AreaB4:Mathematics).
* Note:SomeCSUcampuseswill admit transfur studentsbasedon courses"in progress",
and some will not. Consultthe specific campus(us)or their publishedor electronicmaterialsfor currentcampusinformation.
Advanced
Placement
(AP)Examinations
in
CSUGeneral
Education
Breadth
Certification
I
(Excerpted
fromOfficeoftheCSU
Chancellor
- Memo09/25/97)
Effectivewiththe Fall1997 term,thefollowing
AdvancedPlacement(AP) examinationsmay
be incorporatedinto certificationof completion
of CSUGeneralEducation- Breadthrequirements.Studentsmusthavescored3, 4,or 5 on
an AP examinationlisted belowto receivethe
credit indicated.All CSUcampuseswill accept
theminimumunitsshownbelowtowardfulfill- i
ment of the designatedGeneral EducationBreadtharea,if theexaminationis includedin a
full- or subject-areacertification. Individual
CSUcampusesmay choose to acceptmore
unitsthanthosespecifiedbelowtowardscornpletionof GeneralEducation- Breadthrequiretaunts.TheCSUcampusto which the student
is transferringdeterminesthe total numberof
units awardedfor successfulcompletionof an
AP examination,and the applicabilityof the
examination
to othergraduationrequirements.
i
I
ChaffeyCollegeis authorizedto certifya maximum of 39 units of the 48-unit state general
educationrequirement.Seepageentitled"CaliforniaStateUniversityGeneralEducation
CertificationCoursePattern"for Chaffeycourses
meeting this requirement.Studentshavean
additionaloptionfor meetinggeneraleducation requirementsby fulfillingthe IntersegmentalGeneralEducation
TransferCurriculum
(IGETC).See page entitled "lntersegmental
General Education Transfer Curriculum
(IGETC)"for courseswhichmeetthis requirernent.
COURSES
TRANSFERABLE
TOTHECALIFORNIA
STATE
UNIVERSITY
Coursesnumberedfrom1-99 aretransferable
for baccalaureate
degreecreditat theCalifornia
StateUniversity.
All baccalaureate
degreelevel
courses
transferable
tothe California
StateUniversityaremarkedTransfercredit:CSUin the
"CourseDescriptions"
sectionofthiscatalog.
CATALOG
2005.2006
APSubject
Numberof SemesterUnitsApplicable
to 6eneralEducation-Breadth
Certification
(forStudents
Obtaining
Fullor Subject-Area
Certification)
Art:Historyof Art
Biology
Chemistry
Economics:
Macroeconomics
Economics:
Microeconomics
English:
EnglishLanguage
andComposition
English:English
Literature
andComposition
French:FrenchLanguage
French:FrenchLiterature
3 unitstowardAreaC1
3 unitstowardAreaB2
6 unitstowardAreasB1andB3
3 unitstowardAreaD2
3 unitstowardAreaD2
3 unitstowardAreaA2
6 unitstowardAreasA2andC2
6 unitstowardAreaC2
6 unitstowardAreaC2
GermanLanguage
Government
andPolitics:UnitedStates
Government
and Politics:Comparative
History:European
History
History:UnitedStatesHistory
Latin:Vergil
Latin:LatinLiterature
Mathematics:
Calculus
AB
Mathematics:
Calculus
BC
MusicTheory
PhysicsB
PhysicsC (mechanics)
PhysicsC (electricity
andmagnetism)
Psychology
Spanish:
SpanishLanguage
Spanish:
SpanishLiterature
Statistics
6 unitstowardAreaC2
3 unitstowardAreaD8
3 unitstowardAreaD8
3 unitstowardAreaD6
3 unitstowardAreaD6
3 unitstowardAreaC2
3 unitstowardAreaC2
3 unitstowardAreaB4
3 unitstowardAreaB4
3 unitstowardAreaC1
6 unitstowardAreasB1andB3
3 unitstowardAreasB1andB3
3 unitstowardAreasB1andB3
3 unitstowardAreaD9
6 unitstowardAreaC2
6 unitstowardAreaC2
3 unitstowardAreaB4
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CALIFORNIA
STATEUNIVERSITY
GENERAL
EDUCATION
CERTIFICATION COURSEPATTERN 2005-2006
Eachcandidate
forthebachelor's
degreefroma CSUinstitution
shallcomplete
a patternofgeneral
education
courseswhichtotala minimum
of48 semesterunits.Charley
maycertifya maximumof39semester
unitstowardmeetingthis requirement;
theremaining
9 semester
unitsmustbecompleted
atthe
CSUattheupper-division
level.Fu__genera_educati_ncerti_cati_nfr_m_ha_eyC___egerequiresaminimum_f3gunitsdistributedasf____ws:
AREAA
9 unitsrequired(1)
AREASB, C, & D
A minimumof 9 unitsis requiredin eacharea
C2. Humanities
AREAE
3 unitsrequired
(1)Courses
inAreas
A1,A2,A3,and84mustbecompleted
withagrade
ofCorbetter.
THEFOLLOWING
CHAFFEY
COLLEGE
COURSES
MEETTHISPATI'ERN:
AREAA. COMMUNICATION
INTHEENGLISHLANGUAGE
AND
CRITICAL
THINKING(Minimum9 units)
AI. OralCommunication
(onecourse)
Communication
Studies2,4, 6,8
A2. WriltenCommunication
(required)
English1A
A3. CriticalThinking(onecourse)
Communication
Studies72
English1B
Philosophy
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AREAB. PHYSICAL
UNIVERSE
ANDITSLIFEFORMS
(Minimum9 units) Chooseat leastonecoursefromeacharea.
AmericanSignLanguage1+,2, 3
Chinese1,2
English1C,30, 32,33, 68,70A,70B,71,74,
75A,75B,76, 79,80A,80B,81
French1,2, 3, 4
German1,2
History7
Humanities
5, 6, 20
Philosophy
70, 72,73, 80,81,82
Spanish1or1Aand1B,2 er 2Aand2B,3,4,7,8, 11,12
AREAD. SOCIAL,POLITICAL,
ANDECONOMIC
INSTITUTIONS
ANDBEHAVIOR;
HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND
(Minimum9 units) Choose
courses
fromthree
different
disciplines.
Administration
ofJustice1+
Anthropology2,3
ChildDevelopment
and Education
2,4, 6
Communication
Studies12,74,76
Consu metStudies11
Atleastoneof thephysicalscience
orlifesciencecourses
musthavealaborato_
Economics 1,2, 4, 8
BI. PhysicalScience
Astronomy20,20 & 20L*, 26,35*
Chemistry7", 8, 9", 10", 21 & 21L1 & 21L2*
EarthScience1,l& 1L*,5,5 & 5L*, 8
Geography4, 4 & 5", 6°Geology1*, 2", 6, 20*
Geography
1,10
Gerontology
11,18, 21
History1,2, 4, 5,6, 7, 9, 10, 16,17,18,50, 51,70, 71
PoliticalScience1,2, 7, 10
Psychology1,20, 21,25, 65
Sociology10,14, 15,18
PhysicalScience10"
Physics5, 5 & 6*, 20A*,30A*,45*
B2. LifeScience
Anthropology
1, l& 1L*
Biology1", 2", 3", 4*, 5*, 10, 10 & 10L*, 11,12,
15,20", 22", 23,23 & 23L*, 50*
Geography
6.o
AREAE. LIFELONG
UNDERSTANDING
ANDSELF-DEVELOPMENT
(Minimum3 units)
Biology13,14
ChildDevelopment
andEducation
2
ConsumerStudies40
Gerontology
22
Guidance
3
NutritionandFood5, 15,21
PhysicalEducation
Lecture15
Psychology5, 25
SocialScience
17, 22
Sociology16
B3. Laboratory
AclivityThisrequirement
issatisfied
by
completion
ofanycourse
inB1or B2witha laboratory.
Thosecourses
areidentified
withanasterisk
(*).
B4. Mathematics
Mathematics4,25, 31,60, 61,65A
SocialScience10
Statistics10
+=Course
mustbecompleted
Fall2003or later.
Q=Course
mustbecompleted
Fall2005or later.
COURSES
MAYBECOUNTED
INONEAREA
ONLY.
AREACo ARTS,LITERATURE,PHILOSOPHY,
ANDFOREIGN
LANGUAGES
(Minimum9 units)
C1. Arts(Chooseat/eastonecoursefrom eacharea.)
Art1,3, 5,6, 8, 9, 10,12, 14,16, 18,20,44,64
Cinema25,26
Communication
Studies14
Dance1
FashionDesign20,45
FineArts50
InteriorDesign11,12
Music1,2A, 2B,3A,4, 21,26
Photography 1, 10
TheatreArts 1,4, 5, 10, 12, 64
CATALOG
2005-2006
CHAFFEY REQUIREMENT
Students
completing theCSU/GE
pattern mustalso complete
thefollowing aspartofthe60-unitrequirement to earnthe
associatedegree in General Education.
Multi-Cultural/Gender
Studies
(minimum
of3 units)
Physical
Education,
Recreation,
&Wellness
(minimum
of2 units)
Computer
Literacy
(completion of one of the three options)
CSU REQUIREMENT
The State Requirement in U.S. HISTORY and
u.s. CONSTITUTION
/ STATE
ANDLOCAL
GOVERNMENT
is met with History 17 or 18 and Political Science 1
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INTERSEGMENTAL
GENERAL
EDUCATION
TRANSFERCURRICULUM (IGETC) 2005-2006
Completion
oftheIntersegmental
General
Education
Transfer
Curriculum
(IGETC)
willpermita student
totransfer
fromChaffey
College
toacampus
ineitherthe
California
StateUniversity
(CSU)or University
of California
(UC)systemwithouttheneed,aftertransfer,
to takeadditional
lower-division
general
education
courses
to satisfycampus
general
education.
Depending
ona student's
majorandfieldofinterest,thestudentmayfinditadvantageous
totakecourses
fulfillingeithertheCSU's
general
education
requirements
orthoseoftheUCcampus
or college
towhichthestudent
planstotransfer.
Course
requirements
for allareasmustbecompleted
before
theIGETC
canbecertified.
Allcourses
mustbecompleted
withgradesof"C"or better(C-grades
arenotacceptable),
andbeaminimumof3semester/4-5
quarterunits.A coursecannotbecertifiedunlessit wasonthelistduringtheyearwhenit wastaken
bythestudent.Students
beginning
in Fall2005mustfollowthe2005-2006
IGETC
requirements.
Therearelimitedcircumstances
underwhichastudentmaybeeligiblefor IGETC
certification
aftertransfer.Consult
withacounselorregarding
"IGETC
after
Transfer"
priortothelasttermbefore
transfer.
AREA1 ENGLISH
COMMUNICATION
AREA5 PHYSICAL
ANDBIOLOGICAL
SCIENCES
GroupA: EnglishComposition(CSU& UC- Required)
English1A
GroupB: Critical Thinking-EnglishComposition (CSU & UC Required)
English1B
GroupC: OralCommunication(CSURequirementOnly)
Communication
Studies2, 6,8
AREA2
AREA3
AREA4
which
(CSU& UC-2 coursesminimum,withatleastonePhysical
Sciencecourseand one BiologicalSciencecourse,one of
mustincludea laboratory.
Labcoursesare_.)
PHYSICAL
SCIENCES:
Astronomy20,20
20L,
&
26,35
Chemistry
9", 10",21 & 21L1& 21L2" 22& 22L1& 22L2"
70,75A,75B
EarthScience1, 1 & 1L
Geography
4, 4 &._5,6-0
Geology1, 2,20,80, 85
PhysicalScience10
Physics5", 5 & 6", 20A*, 20B*, 30A*, 30B._.__*,
45__._*,
46___*,
MATHEMATICAL
CONCEPTS
ANDQUANTITATIVE
REASONING
(CSU& UC- 1 courserequired)
Mathematics25#*, 60,61*, 65A,65B,75,81#,85
SocialScience10#*
Statistics10
47*
BIOLOGICAL
SCIENCES:
Anthropology1,1 & 1L
Biology1", 2_,4*,5, 10", 11,12,15,20,22, 23,23
23L,
&
50, 52____*,
55,56, 63
ARTSANDHUMANITIES
(CSU& UC- 3 coursesminimum,with atleastone
coursefrom Artsand onefrom Humanities)
ARTS:
Art 1,3, 5,6, 9
Cinema25, 26
Dance1
FineArts50
Music2A,2B,3A,3B,4
TheatreArts 1,4, 5
HUMANITIES:
AmericanSignLanguage
3
English1C,30, 32,33,68, 70A,70B,71,74#, 75A,75B,
76, 79, 80A,80B,81
French2, 3, 4
German2
History1,2, 4#,5, 6, 7, 9, 10,16#,20, 25,50,51,70,71
Humanities5,6, 20
Philosophy70, 72,73,80, 81,82
Spanish2, 3,4, 7, 8
LANGUAGE
OTHERTHANENGLISH
UCRequirement
Only
Complete
2 yearsof thesameforeignlanguage
of highschoollevelwork
witha gradeofCor better,ORearnascoreof3 or higherontheForeign
LanguageAdvancedPlacementTest,OR550 on the CollegeBoard
Achievement
Testin ForeignLanguage,
ORcomplete,with gradesof C
or better,twoyearsofformalschoolingatthesixthgradelevelor higher,
in an institutionwherethe languageof instructionis not English,OR
completeoneofthefollowingcourses:
American
SignLanguage2
Chinese2
French2*
German2*
Spanish2*
French3 or4, or
Spanish
3,4,11or12maybeusedtovalidatethisrequirement.
#Course
mustbecompleted
Fall2003
orlatel:
SOCIALANDBEHAVIORAL
SCIENCES
(CSU& UC- 3 courses
minimum,fromatleasttwodisciplines)
Anthropology2,3
ChildDevelopment
and Education2", 4
CommunicationStudies12,74
Economics1* ' 2, 4, 8
Geography10
Gerontology18"
History4#, 5,6, 7, 9, 10,16#,17,18,20, 50,51,70, 71
PoliticalScience1,2, 7, 10
Psychology1,20", 25", 65
Sociology 10, 14, 15, 18", 70
COURSES
MAYCOUNTIN
ONLY
ONEAREA
CATALOG
2005.2006
eCoursemustbe completedFall2OO5or late_
* Transfer credit may be fimited by either UC or CSU, or both.
83
GRADUATIONREQUIREMENTIN U.S. HISTORY,
CONSTITUTION,ANDAMERICANIDEALS
(Not
part
oflGETC:
may
becompleted
priortotransfer.)
High school coursework can be used to meet this requirement at all UC's except
Santa Barbara. Most UC's accept "C" grades; UCLA requires a "B" or higher.
Students should consult the catalog of the campus they wish to attend to
determine the course(s) necessary.
CSUrequires 2 courses, onefromGroup I andonefromGroup 2.
Group
1 Political
Science
I Group
2 History17,18
Courses used to meet this rcquiremem may not be used to satisfy requirements for
IGETC. Please consult with a counselor
foradditional
information.
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IGETC
afterTransfer
PartialCertification
UIA|
eligibleto
completeIGETCaftertransfer.
Typi
o
calsituationsconstitutinggood
causefor
not
furring. This option
is at the
discretionof
eachcampus,
so it maynot
bean
available
thel'n'erse-men'a
l I
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ness,unavailable
r canceled
classes,
military
completingoneorotwo
IGETC
coursesare:ill-
choicein all circumstances.
l
I Ii,/_III/_-A'"
eralEducation
Transfer
,,Curl'icu
.Ium (IGETC)
If, tor goodcause,a studentis unableto eompleteoneor two IGETCcourses*,they maybe
service,and
unexpected
hardships,such as
familyor employment
problems.Thesesitua-
Students
expectedto
complete
IGETC
beforethe are
beginning
of thesecond
full yearof
beforetransfer,
tJonsmust have occurred in the final term
importantfor
checkwith
enrollment at the
the studentto
UCor CSU
campus. the
It's
campus counselor/educational
advisor after
transfer for more information, including
which of the aboveoptionsare availableand
which UCor CSUcoursesmaybecomparable
to the IGETCcoursesremainingto be cornpleted.
TheIGETCprovidesa patternof coursesthat
fulfills thetransfergeneraleducationrequirementsat boththe Universityof California(UC)
and the California State University (CSU).
EachCalifornia communitycollege offers a
A studentmay petition only during the final
semesterbeforetransfer. If the petition for
partialcertificationof IGETCis approved,the
studentwill beableto completeIGETCin one
of thefollowingways:
completeset of coursesthat satisfyIGETC.If
a studentattendsmorethan one community
college, the campus attendedjust prior to
transfer will certify completion of IGETC,
includingcoursestakenat othercolleges.The
IGETCpattern is not recommendedfor all
majors.Seea counselor/educationaladvisor
for adviceand morecompleteinformationon
the IGETCcertification,
1. Takea certifiedIGETCcourse,in theareato
becompleted,at anyCaliforniacommunity
collegeat a timethat doesnot requireconcurrent enrollment,such as during summersession.
CATALOG
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3. Taken comparablecourseat the UC or
CSUcampusto whichthe studentistrans-
2. Completethe requirementat a California
community college while concurrently
enrolledat the UCor CSU. This option is
subjectto the UC or CSU campusrules
regardingconcurrentenrollment,and may
not beanavailablechoice.
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* Area 1, EnglishCommunicationand Area
2, Mathematicsmustbe competedprior to
transfer.
To petitionfor IGETCafter transfer,see an
academiccounselorin the Counselingdepartment.
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• 3 Berkeley
SantaCruz
6 Universityof California, LosAngeles- Q
405 HilgardAve.
LosAngeles,CA 90095
Studentsshouldreferto the"Answersfor Transfers" pamphletand the currentGeneralCatalog
of the desiredcampus.*
(310)825-4321-www.ucla.edu
7 UniversityofCalifornia,Riverside- Q
900 UniversityAve.
Riverside,CA 92521
California Residents- Toqualifyfor admission
to the Universityasa transferstudent,a student
must meetoneof thethreesetsof requirement
describedbelow.The pathwaythe studentfol-
(909)787-1012- www.ucr.edu
8 UniversityofCalifornia,Irvine-Q
IrvJne,CA 92697
for
admissionto
the whetherthey
Universitywhenthey
gradlows
dependsupon
were eligible
uated from high school. Californiaresidents
musthaveat leasta C (2.0)averagein all trans-
(949)824-5011-www.ucirvine.ed_
9 UniversityofCalifornia,SanDiego- Q
ship, and
Examination
requirementsreferredto
ferable
college
coursework.Subject,
Scholarbeloware describedindetailin the"Answersfor
9500Gilman'Drive,La Jolla,CA 92093
Transfers"pamphletin the chapter on Admis-
534-2230-www.ucsd.edu
sion as a Freshman.* The Subject Requirements chart is also found at the end of this
section.
(858)
•
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lO UniversityofCalifornia,Merced- S
4225N. HospitalRoad,Bldg.1200
Atwater,CA95301
(209)724-4400- www.ucm.edu
NIVERSITY
OF
UNIVERSITY
OF
CALIFORNIA
• 8-Irvine
.1
1. Studentswho wereeligiblefor admissionto
the University when they graduatedfrom
are.high school - meaningthey satisfied the
requirements,or wereidentifiedby the UniSubject, Scholarship,
versityduring
the senioryearin
and Examination
high school
as eligible under the Eligibilityin the Local
ntaBarbara
• 6 LosAngeles
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• 7 Riverside
_
Options for meeting admission requirements
Context
fer
if they
(ELC)program-are
havea C (2.0)averagein
eligibleto
transfertransablecoursework.
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TheUniversityofCalifornia
r_ • g san
includesninegeneralcampuses
throughoutthe state and a tenth campus in
SanFranciscothat offersgraduateandprofessionalprogramsin thehealthsciences,
MINIMUM ADMISSIONREQUIREMENTS
2. Studentswho met the ScholarshipRequirement,butnottheSubjectRequirement,when
they graduatedfrom high school must take
transferablecollegecoursesin the missing
subjects, earning a C or better in each
requiredcourse,and havean overallCaver-
1 UniversityofCalifornia,Davis - Q
1 ShieldsAvenue,Davis,CA 95616
(530)752-1011- www.ucdavis.edu
FORTRANSFERSTUDENTS(EXCERPTED
FROM
ageinalltransferable
coursework.(Seechart
THE
UNIVERSITY
OFCALIFORNIA
PAMPHLET
"ANSWERS titled "ClearingDeficienciesin the Subject
FOR
TRANSFER")
Requirement"at theendof this section.)
2 UniversityofCalifornia,
SanFrancisco
-Q
60016thStreet
SanFrancisco,
CA94107
A transferapplicant,accordingthe University, 3. Studentswhowerenoteligiblefor admission
is a studentwho has graduatedfrom high
to the Universitywhenthey graduatedfrom
school and enrolledin a regularsessionat
high schoolbecausetheydid not meetthe
anothercollegeor university.A studentwho
ScholarshipRequirement
must:
(415)476-9000-www.ucsf.edu
3 UniversityofCalifornia,Berkeley- S
2200UniversityAve.
Berkeley,
CA 94720
(510)642-6000- www.berkeley.edu
4 UniversityofCalifornia,SantaCruz-Q
1156HighStreet,SantaCruz,CA 95064
(831)459-0111- www.ucsc.edu
5 UniversityofCalifornia,SantaBarbara- Q
1210CheatleHall
SantaBarbara,CA 93106
(805)893-8000- www.ucsb.edu
CATALOG
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meets this definitioncannot disregardtheir
A. Complete60 semesterunits or 90
collegerecordandapplyas a freshman,
quarterunitsof transferable
collegecredit
with a gradepointaverageof at least2.4
(no more than 14 semester/21quarter
unitsmaybetakenpass/not-pass),
and
The requirements
describedbelowrepresent
the minimumacademicstandardsstudents
mustattainto beeligiblefor admissionto the
University.However,meeting the minimum
eligibilityrequirementsdoes not guarantee
admission,as admissionto the campusand
B. Completethefollowingcoursepattern,
earninga gradeof C or betterin each
course:
programof choiceoften requirestudentsto
• two transferablecollegecourses(3
meetmoredemandingstandards,
semesteror 4-5 quarter unitseach) in
Englishcomposition;
and
• one transferablecollege course (3
semesteror4-5 quarterunits)in mathematicalconceptsand quantitativereasoning;an___d
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Standing
• *ourtransferablecollegecourses(3
semesteror 4-5 quarter units each)
berof applicantswhoshowpotentialto succeedat the Universityeventhoughthey do
Advanced
Placement
chosen
atleasttwo
subjectfrom
areas:
arts andthefollowing
humanities,
not
meet
the minimumadmissionrequirements.
Decisionson
admissionby excep-
CAP)
physical
andbiologicalsciences.
social and
behavioralsciences,and
Moreinformationmaybe
obtainedfrom
the
tJonare madeatthe individual
campuslevel.
of
__ California
University
(Students
hosatisfy
the Intersegmental studentwishesto
AdmissionsOfficeat
the campuswherethe
GeneralEwducation
TransferCurriculum
attend.
[IGETC]
priorto transferto theUniversity
will satisfyOption3Babove.Referto the
"Answers
forTransfers"
pamphlet
* and
SelectionCriteria- TheUniversityof Callforniamakeseveryeffortto providea place
the ChaffeyCollegeCounseling
Depart- ononeof itscampusesforallCaliforniaresmentforadditional
information.)
ident applicantswho meet the minimum
admissionrequirements
andfileanapplicaNon-Residents- The minimumadmission tionduringthe appropriateperiod.However
requirements
for non-residents
areverysimi- in recentyears;thenumberof applicants
for
lar to those for residents.Students are somecampusesandsome majorshas far
advisedto consultwiththeAdmissions
Office exceededthe numberof spacesavailable,
at thedesiredUniversity
of California
campus When a campuscannotadmit all eligible
for details.In all cases,however,non-resi- applicants,it usesstandardsto selectstudentsmusthavea gradepointaverageof 2.8 dents that are more demandingthan the
or higherin all transferable
collegecourse- minimumrequirements.Thesestandards,
work.
calledselectioncriteria, identifystudents
who have demonstrated
the capacityfor
Deadlinesfor Completing
CoursesRequired highacademicachievement
andwhohavea
for Admission- Prospective
transferappli- varietyof otherqualitiesthatcancontribute
cantsplanningto meetthe University
of Call- to the strengthand diversityof the campus
fornia's minimumadmissionrequirements community,
usingOption3 described
earlier,mustsatisfy
certainaspectsof the requirements
by the Seethe "AnswersforTransfers"*pamphlet
endof thespringterm precedingfallenroll- for moreinformation,
mentatsomeUCcampuses.
Students
should
contacttheUCcampusAdmissionsOfficefor*Thesepublications are availableat the
informationaboutcoursecompletiondead- ChaffeyCollegeCounselingOffice,at Unilineswhenapplyingfor thewinterandspring versity of Californiacampuses,and on the
terms.
UCwebsiteat www.ucop.edu/pathways.
TransferGPA- In 2002,the averageGPAof
transfer studentsadmittedto the University COURSESTRANSFERABLE
TOTHE
of Californiawas 3.3. However,the average UNIVERSITYOFCALIFORNIA
Examinations:
(Excerpted
fromtheUniversilyofCal-
ifornia"2004-2005 Quick Reference
forCounselors"
Pamphlet)
TheUniversity
of California(UC)grantscredit
for CollegeBoardAdvancedPlacement
CAP)
testson whicha studentscores3 or higher
(seecharton nextpage).The creditmaybe
subjectcredit, graduationcredit,or credit
towardgeneraleducationor breadthrequirements,as determinedbyevaluators
at each
campus. Additionalrestrictionsmay apply
within specific programs;studentsshould
check with their programadvisors.Units
grantedfor APtestsdo notcounttowardthe
maximumnumberof creditrequiredfor forrealdeclaration
of an undergraduate
majoror
the maximumnumberof unitsa studentmay
accumulate
priorto graduationfrom the UC.
Likewise,
studentswho enterthe UCwithAP
creditdo nothaveto declarea majorearlier
thanotherstudents,norare theyrequired
to
graduateearlier.Studentsshouldbe aware
that the CollegeBoardreportsall AP test
resultsto the UC; studentmay not choose
whichtestscorestheywishreported.College
courses
takenpriortoorsubsequentto
enrollmentat the UC mayduplicatethecontentof
APtests;creditcannotbeawarded
for both.
A
GPAvarieswidelyby campusandby major, Allbaccalaureate
degreelevelcoursestransandtheGPAis onlyonefactorby whichan ferableto the Universityof Californiaare
applicantis evaluated.Otherfactors,suchas
markedTransfercredit:UC in the "Course
coursepatterns,arealsoconsidered.ThecriDescriptions"sectionofthis catalog.
teria used to select students for impacted
programs- thosewherethe numberof applicantsexceedsthe numberof spacesavailable
-are
describedfor each campus in the
Private
""l.oneges
and
"Answersfor Transfers"pamphlet.*
Universities
Gradeso! D - A gradeof D in a transferable
courseis acceptableand may be counted
towardtheunitsdescribedunderOption3A,
however,Dgradesarenotacceptable
to clear
subjectrequirements
descibedin Options1,
2,and 3B.In somecases,gradesof Darenot
acceptable
incoursesusedtosatisfymajoror
generaleducationrequirements.
Admissionto privatecollegesand universitiesvarieswitheachtransferschool.Please
consultthe transferschoolcatalogfor specific requirements,
or makeanappointment
in the ChaffeyCollegeCounseling
Center
with a counselorfor clarificationof admissionstandards.
Admissionby Exception- Because
all studentshavenothadthesameopportunities
to
preparefor highereducation,
the University
givesspecialconsideration
toa limitednum-
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Standing
AP SUBJECT
TEST
Art, Studio
DrawingPortfolio
2-D DesignPortfolio
3-D DesignPortfolio
NUMBEROFQUARTER
UNITS*AWARDED
8 units
8 units
8 units
(8 unitmaximumfor all threetests)
Art, Historyof
8 units
Biology
8 units
ComputerScience
ComputerScienceA
Chemistry
ComputerScienceAB
Economics
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
English
LanguageandComposition
LiteratureandComposition
j,
2 units
8 units
4
(4 unitmaximumfor bothtests)
Government
andPolitics
UnitedStates
Comparative
4 units
4 units
History
UnitedStatesHistory
European
History
WorldHistory
8 units
8 units
8 units
HumanGeography
4 units
LanguageOtherthanEnglish
FrenchLanguage
FrenchLiterature
GermanLanguage
SpanishLanguage
SpanishLiterature
(GermanLiteratureno longeroffered)
8 units
8 units
8 units
8 units
8 units
MusicTheory
(ListeningandLiteratureno longeroffered)
Physics
PhysicsB
PhysicsCMechanics
PhysicsCElectricityandMagnetism
'
_."
8 units
8 units
(8 unitmaximumfor bothtests)
4 units
Mathematics
CalculusAB
CalculusBC
[__"_ i.
4 units
4 units
Environmental
Science
Latin
LatinLiterature
VergJl
..
]
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_
.,
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L
4 units
4 units
4 units
8 units
(8 unit maximumfor bothtests)
8 units
8 units
4 units
4 units
(8 unitmaximumfor all threetests)
Psychology
4 units
Statistics
4 units
*FORBERKELEY
ANDMERGED,
DIVIDE
THEUNITS
BY1.5TOCONVERT
TOSEMESTER
UNITS.
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Standing
CLEARING
DEFICIENCIES
INTHESUBJECT
REQUIREMENT
(FROM
UNIVERSITY
OFCALIFORNIA
PAMPHLET
"ANSWERS
FOR
TRANSFERS")
Prospective
transfer
students
who
didnotcomplete
theSubject
Requirement
while
inhigh
school
maytake
equivalent
courses
incollege,
asdescribed
inthechart
below.
Students
must
earnagrade
ofCorbetter
inallcourses
completed
toclear
Subject
Requirement
deficiencies,
andallcourses
used
toclear
deficiencies
must
beidentified
as
UC-transferable.
REQUIREMENTHIGHSCHOOL
History/
SocialScience
"b"
English
_'iC" Mathematics
.
COLLEGE
Twoyears required:
Two years of history/social science, including one year of
world history, cultures and geography; and one year of U.S. his-
For a deficiency in U.S. history/civics/American
government,
a transferable college course of three or more semester (four or
more quarter) units in U.S. history, civics, or American govern-
tory or one-half year of U.S. history and one-half year of civics
or American government,
ment. For a deficiency in world history/cultures/geography,
a
transferable college course of three or more quarter units in
world history, cultures, and geography. (Must earn grade of C
or better in each course.)
Fouryears required:
Four years of college preparatory English that include frequent
For each year of deficiency, one transferable course of four or
more quarter units in English composition, literature (Ameri-
and regular writing, and reading of classic and modem literature. Not more than two semesters of ninth grade English can
be used to meet this requirement,
can or English), speech, foreign literature in translation, public
speaking, or oral interpretation of literature. Literature and
speech courses must include substantial composition. (Must
earn grade of C or better in each course.)
Threeyears required: 4years recommended:
Three years of college preparatory mathematics that include the
topics covered in elementary and advanced algebra and twoand three-dimensional geometry. Approved integrated math
To clear the entire deficiency, complete one of the following: a _
transferable mathematics course that employs the topics of
intermediate algebra, or, a transferable statistics course offered
by either the mathematics or statistics department that has
courses may be used to fulfill part or all of this requirement, as
intermediate algebra as a prerequisite. (Must earn grade of C or
may math courses taken in the seventh and eighth grades, if the
high school accepted them as equivalent to its own courses.
better in each course.)
_
_....
"d" Laboratory
Science
J
Two years required: 3 years recommended:
Two years of laboratory science providing fundamental knowledge in two of these three core disciplines: biology, chemistry,
For each year of deficiency, a transferable course in a natural
(physical or biological) science with at least 30 hours of labo-
and physics. The final two years of an approved three-year integrated science program may be used to fulfill this requirement,
Not more than one year of ninth grade laboratory science can
be used to meet this requirement
ratory (not "demonstration").
in each course.)
(Must earn grade of C or better
r
'"e" Languages
Other
than English
"f"
Visual
and
PerformingArts
(VPA)
!"g" College
Preparatory
Electives
CATALOG
2005-2006
Two years required: 3 years recommended:
Two years of the same language other than English. Courses
should emphasize speaking and understanding, and include
instruction in grammar, vocabulary, reading, composition, and
Any transferable course(s) (excluding conversation) held by
your college to be equivalent to two years of high school language. Many colleges list the prerequisites for their second
culture. Courses in languages other than English taken in the
seventh and eighth grades, may be used to fulfill part of this
requirement if the high school accepted them as equivalent to
its own courses,
course in language as "Language I at this college or two years
of high school language." In this case, Language I clears both
years of the requirement. (Must earn grade of C or better in
each course.)
One year required:
One year of visual and performing arts chosen from the following: dance, drama/theatre, music, or visual art.
Any transferable course of three semester (four quarter) units
that clearly falls within one of four visual/performing arts disciplines: dance, drama/theater, music, or visual art.
One year required:
One year (two semesters), in addition to those required in "a-f'
above, chosen from the following areas: visual and performing
arts (non-introductory level courses), history, social science,
One transferable course beyond those listed above as clearing '
any of the "a-W requirements; or a transferable course having
as prerequisite the equivalent of two high school years in a sec -j
English, advanced mathematics, laboratory science, and language other than English (a third year in the language used for
the "e" requirement or two years of another language)
ond language; or transferable courses equivalent to those that i
clear the "c", "d", or "e" requirement; or a transferable course
of three or more semester (four or more quarter) units in histo- i
ry, social science, or visual and performing arts. (Must earn
i
grade of C or better in each course.)
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ARTICULATION
CANCOURSES CHAFFEY
COLLEGE
COURSES
NUMBER
SYSTEM
CAN
AJ 2
CANAJ 4
The CaliforniaArticulationNumber(CAN)systernis a statewidenumberingsystemindependentfromthecoursenumbersassignedbylocal
colleges.A CANnumbersignalsthat participating
Californiacolleges and universitieshave determinedthatcoursesofferedbyothercampusesare
equivalentincontentandscopeto coursesoffered
ontheir owncampuses,regardlessof theirunique
titles or local identifying numbers. Thus, if a
scheduleof classesor cataloglists a coursebearinga CANnumber,studentson onecampuscanbe
assuredthat it will be acceptedin lieuof the cornparableCANcoursenotedinthecatalogor schedule of classesof anothercampus.For example,
CANECON2 on onecampusis acceptedas meeting the requirementof designatedCANcourseon
other participatingcommunitycollegesor university campuses.
TheCANnumberingsystemis usefulfor students
attendingmorethanonecommunitycollegeandis
applicableto manyof the transferable,lowerdJvision courses students need as preparationfor
theirintendedmajor.A listof campusesparticipating in the CANSystem is publishedannually,and
is availablein the CounselingCenter.
Becausecourse requirementsmay change,and
becausecoursesarecontinuallybeingredefined,
qualifiedfor, or deletedfrom the CANdatabase,
studentsshouldalwayscheckwith their campus'
counselors,articulation officer, or the transfer
centerto determinehowCAN-designated
courses
fit into their educationalplansfor transfer.Students may also consultthe ASSISTdatabaseat
www.assist.orgfor specificinformationon course
agreements.
The CANis not a commonnumbersystem.Each
campusretains its own numberingsystem, but
adds the CANdesignationparentheticallyin its
publications. At Chaffey,the CANmay be found
just after transfer credit in the catalog course
descriptionsarea.In the scheduleof classes,it is
locatedatthe endof theclassdescription.
COURSES
OUALIFIEDAS
OFNovember3, 2004
CATALOG
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AJ 1
CANANTH2
CANANTH4
AJ2
ANTHRO1
ANTHRO3
CANANTH6
CANART2
ANTHRO2
ART3
CANART4
ART5
CANART6
CANART8
CANART10
CANART14
CANART16
ART18
ART14
ART16
ART10
ART12
CANART18
CANART24
CANARTSEQA
PHOTO10
ART30
ART3 + 5
CANBIOL2
CANBIOL6
CANBIOL14
CANBIOLSEQB
CANBUS2
CANBUS4
CANBUS8
CANBUSSEQA
CANCHEM2
CANCHEMSEQB
BIOL50
BIOL52
BIOL23 + 23L
BIOL20 + 22
ACCTG1A
ACCTG1B
BUS28A
ACCTG1A+ 1B
CHEM21 + 21L1
+ 21L2
CHEM22 + 22L1
+ 22L2
CHEM10
CHEM12
CHEM70
CHEM21 +21L1
+ 21L2+ 22 + 22L1
+ 22L2
CHEM10 + 12
CANCSCI2
CANCSC118
CANDRAM8
CANDRAM12
CANDRAM14
CANDRAM18
CANDRAM22
CANECON2
CANECON4
CANENGL2
CANENGL4
CANENGL8
CANENGL10
CANENGL14
CANENGL16
CANENGLSEQA
CANENGLSEQB
CANENGLSEQC
CANENGR2
CANENGR8
CIS1
CS21
THEATRE
10
THEATRE
30
THEATRE
42
THEATRE
1
THEATRE
12
ECON2
ECON4
ENGL1A
ENGL1C
ENGL80A
ENGL80B
ENGL75A
ENGL75B
ENGL1A+ 1C
ENGL80A+ 80B
ENGL75A+ 75B
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INTRO
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CANCOURSES CHAFFEY
COLLEGE
COURSES
CANENGR10
CANFCS2
CANFCS12
CANFCS14
CANFREN8
CANFREN10
CANFRENSEOA
CANFRENSEQB
CANGEOG2
CANGEOG4
CANGEOL2
CANGEOL4
CANGERMSEOA
CANGOVT2
CANHIST2
CANHIST4
CANHIST8
CANHIST10
CANHIST14
ENGIN34
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SOC16
CDE2
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FR3 + 4
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HIST5
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PHIL70
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CANSOC2
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CANSPAN4
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CANSPCH4
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SOC10
SOC70
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SOCIAL
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COMMUNICATION
CATALOG
2005-2006
90
College
,_,l_lChaffeY
COURSE
DESCRIPTIONS
HowTOREADTHECOURSE
ENTRIES
Taxonomy
ofProgram
Numbers
(TOP)
The TOP number, as assigned by the 6th edition
Courses listed in this catalog apply to the Fall 2004, Spring 2005, and
Summer 2005 terms. Courses are ordered numerically within alphabetically arranged subject areas,
of the Taxonomy of
Programs, is listed at the end of each course description. This number
is included
for Chancellor
Office reference
and program
planning/budgeting purposes, and is not intended for student use.
The bolded first line(s) indicates the official course number, a descriptive title, and the number of units each semester. The next line is a
Independent
Study
statement of the number of class and laboratory hours _
Courses with odd numbers of hours have their hours listed per term,
rather than per week. Next are lines indicating prerequisites, corequisites, limitations on enrollment, advisorys, transfer credit, and CAN
numbers, (where applicable). A course description paragraph follows,
Independent study courses provide challenging and in-depth study
on approved topics within any subject area. Independent study proposals must have the approval of the instructor and appropriate
administrator. It is expected that the study will not duplicate existing
curriculum; rather, it will be of an advanced nature and extend
approved courses or series of courses. Consult the Schedule of Classes for specific offerings.
Courses that are divided into parts (semesters) marked A, B, C, or D
are usually taken in that sequence. In such sequences, A is usually a
Special
Topics
prerequisite to B, etc. A, B, C, etc. may also be used to designate variable unit value.
Special topics courses offer in-depth study of topics not covered in
the existing curriculum. Course content and units of credit are deter-
COURSE
NUMBERING
SYSTEM
mined by the department. Special topics may be designed as lecture
or laboratory. Consult the Schedule of Classes for specific offerings.
1-99
College transfer and baccalaureate degree level courses are comparable to those offered in the first two years of a four-year college. Cours-
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Credit: CSU and courses transferable to the University of California
are marked Transfer Credit: UC. Some transferable courses have
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courses with a California Articulation Number (CAN). The CAN
identifies courses as either identical to or "in lieu of'' courses at the
four-year colleges and universities. Students are directed to consult a
counselor for transfer course equivalents. A complete list of Chaffey
courses meeting CAN requirements may be found elsewhere in this
document.
CATALOG
2005-2006
91
IE]Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
ACCOUNTING
(ACCi'G)
1A PrinciplesofAccounting
I (4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof or concurrentenrollmentin
ComputerInformation Systems 1 or 2 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANBUS2)(CANBUSSEQA=ACCTGIA+IB)
Accountingmeetsthe informationneedsof various
standingof theaccountingprocessandhowto enter
and processdata,createreports and interpret the
resultsfor effectivebusinessplanning.Maybetaken
twice.
0502.00
460 CommercialAccounting
Software(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Advisory."Completionof Accounting 1A is recommended.
Basicconceptsandtechniques
forusingcommercial
accountingsoftwaredesignedfor microcomputers
545 TouchSystemCalculation
(.5) [Cx]
Courseis offeredonly ona creditingcreditbasis.
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Developing
skillinoperatingacalculator
by usingthe
touchsystemin a laboratoryenvironment.Industry
proficiencyof 1,200 averagestrokesper hour with
98%accuracy.
0502.00
users
bydeveloping
and
communicating
financial
inbusinesses
grossing
less
than
S500,O00
annually
ACCOUNTING
ANDFINANCIAL
information that is useful for decision-making. How to enterandprocessdata,createreportsand
Course materialcoveredincludesthe accounting interpretthe information.Maybetakentwice.
environment;basicfinancialstatements;accounting
0502.00
cycle;andoperating,investing,andfinancingact/v/ties.
0502.00 461 Advanced
CommercialAccounting
Software(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
1B PrinciplesofAccounting
II (4)
Advisory: Completionof Accounting1A is recomClasshours:41ecture,
mended,
Prerequisite:AccountinglA.
Basicconceptsandtechniquesfor using commercial
Advisory:Completionof ComputerlnformationSys- accountingsoftwaredesignedfor microcomputers
tems 1or2 is recommended,
in businessesgrossing$500,000or moreannually,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
How to enter and processdata,preparefinancial
(CANBUS4) (CANBUSSEQA =ACCTGIA+ 1B)
reports,andinterpretfinancialinformation.May be
Accountingmeetsthe informationneedsof man- takentwice.
0502.00
agersbydevelop/no
andcommunicating
information
that is useful for managementdecision-making. 462 Advanced
Techniques
in Accounting
Software
Coursematerialcoveredincludesfoundationsof Programs(1.5)
managementaccounting,planning,control,perfor- Classhours:1.5 lecture,
manceevaluation,
andotherdimensionsof decision Advisory:Completionof Accounting459 or 460, or
making, plus statementsof cash flows, financial experienceinaccountingsoftwareincludingspreadanalysis,andstockandbondinvestments.0502.00 sheetsis recommended,
Advancedconcepts
andtechniques
for usingsimpli70 CostAccounting
(3)
fled accountingsoftware,in conjunction
withother
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:AccountinglB.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Fundamentals
of costaccountingincludingplanning,
controlling,andproductcosting.
0502.00
businesssoftwareprograms,togeneratea varietyof
technicalreports,tables,andgraphs.Howto export
dataandinterpretthe resultantdocuments.May be
takentwice.
0502.00
gOAAccounting
HonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
492A-HSpecialTopics:Accounting
(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3,4, 5, or 6 lecture,
Selectedtopicsforstudentswhowishto pursuecertain specializations
in account/no.
Seeclasssched-
Honorscomponentfor Accounting.Topicsof interest are chosenby the instructorand students,and
are presentedin a seminarformat. Prerequisites
and/orcorequisitesare required.May be taken4
timeswithchangeintopicemphasis.
0502.00
ule for emphasis.May be taken only four times
regardless
of the unitcombination.
However,nosingle-subject,special-interest
classmay be repeated.
May requirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbased
onthecontentof thecourse.
0502.00
SERVICES
(AC£rGFS)
440 Introduction
to FinancialPlanning(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Introductionto the conceptsofthe personalfinancial
planningprocess,including budgeting,cashflow,
debt considerations,the economic environment,
wealth accumulation, and retirement concerns.
Examinationof regulationand licensingof investmint advisorswithin the financialplanningprofessign.
0504.00
442 Fundamentals
of FinanceandInvesting(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Introduction
to financetheoryanditsapplication
to
investment
decisions
involvingstocks,bonds,mutual funds,governmentsecurities,options,and real
estate.Topicsincludeasset allocationprinciples,
modernportfoliotheory,investment
toolsandstrategies,diversification,
andtaxefficientinvesting.
0504.00
450 TaxPreparation
forSmallBusiness
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Taxconsequences
of businessdecisionsfrom the
smallbusinessowners'perspective.
Topicsinclude
applicable
U.S.andCaliforniatax laws,deductions,
depreciation,
medicalandinsurance
plans,withholding,payrollandincometaxliabilities,
andretirement
planoptions.May betakenfourtimes.
0502.10
453 U.S.andCaliforniaIncomeTaxPreparation
(4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
U.S.and Californiaincometax principlesand tax
returnpreparationas it relatesto individuals,sole
proprietorships,
and other businessentities.This
courseis certifiedby the CaliforniaTaxEducation
430Accounting
forGovernmental
and
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Councilasfulfillingthe60-hourqua//tyingeducation
Not-for-Profit
Organizations
(4)
Accounting
(.5-6)
requirementimposedby the Stateof Californiafor
Classhours:4 lecture.
Classhours:t .5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15 or 18laboratory, becomingaRegistered
TaxPreparer.
0502.10
Prerequisite:Accounting
1A.
Selectedlaboratorytopicsfor studentswho desire
Introductionto the fundamentalsof governmental in-depthexplorationinspecializedareasof account- 454 Introductionto the Taxationof Corporations
andnot-for-profitaccounting.Emphasison account- ing. May be takenonly four times regardlessof the andPartnerships
(4)
ing for the variousfund typesand restrictionsrileunit combination.However,no single-subject,spe- Classhours:4 lecture.
vantto governmentandnot-for-profitagencies.Both cial-interest class may be repeated.May require Advisory: Completionof Accountingand Financial
theoreticalandpracticalaspectsareexplored,
corequisitesand/or prerequisitesbasedon the con- Services453,basiccomputerskills,andsomeexpe0502.00 tent of thecourse.
0502.00 riencewithspreadsheets
is recommended..
Introductionto the tax issuespertinentto corpora435 PayrollAccounting
(3)
496A,B,C,DInternships
inAccounting
(1,2, 3, or4) tions,partnerships,estates,andtrusts.Emphasis
on
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:5, 10, 15,or 20employmentperweek.
thetax codeandrelevantregulations,aswellasthe
Federal
andstatepayrolllawsandtheireffectonpay- Corequisite:Concurrentenrollmentin any Chaffey transactionscommonto these types of entities.
rollrecordsandrequiredgovernmentreports,using, Collegecourse.
Helps preparestudentsfor the EnrolledAgents
inpart,themicrocomputer.
0502.00 Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof theAccounting exam.
0502.10
ProgramCoordinatoris required.
450 FederalTaxPrinciplesI(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Federalincometax principlesrelatingto individuals
and,toa lesserdegree,to corporations. 0502.10
Advisory."Completionof Accounting459 or 460 is
recommended.
Supervisedinternship
incooperation
withprivateor
publicsectoremployers.Designedto applyknowledgeandlearnnewskills,directlyrelatedto thestu459 SimplifiedCommercialAccountingSoftware dent'sprogramof study, outsideof the normal
(1.5)
classroomenvironment.Placementis arranged
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
through the instructor.Participationrequirements
Basicconceptsandtechniquesfor usingsimplified mayvary withthe job settino.May be takenfour
commercial
accountingsoftwareasa powerfulplan- times,for amaximumofsixunitscredit. 0502.00
n/notoolfor smallbusinesses.Developan underCATALOG
2005-2006
92
465 FinancialAccounting
forthe Non-Accounting
Major(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Creation,use, andinterpretationof accountingdata
by the non-accountingbusinessmajor, from an
entrepreneurialperspective.Topicsinclude:bus/ness structure and financialstatementanalyses;
forecastedfinancialstatements;cashmanagement
andbudgeting,includingcapitalandoperatingbudgets;management
of receivables
andpayables;and
_lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
an overviewoffinancingoptions,bankingrelations,
andcreditmanagement.
0502.00
ADMINISTRATION
OFJUSTI(E
(AJ)
407 Substantive
Law(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Study of the substantivelaws commonlyencounteredbymunicipal,countyandstatepoliceofficers,
investigators,andcriminaljusticeemployees.Crime
identificationand classification.Scope of course
includesbothmisdemeanorandfelonyviolationsof
the law.Maybetakentwice.
2105.00
(While many of the Administration of Justice
coursesmay be challengedfor Credit-by-Examination, a limitation to the numberof challengesmay 408 PatrolOperations
(3)
apply. Contactthe office of the Dean of Business Classhours:3 lecture.
andApplied Technology
for moreinformation.)
Responsibilities,
techniques,and methodsof police
patrol.Topicsinclude:purposeand typesof patrol,
1 Administration
of JusticeSystem(3) [Cx]
communications,observations,tactics, recording,
Classhours:3 lecture,
courtroomtestimony,andcommunityrelations.May
Transfercredit:CSU;UC.
betakentwice.
2105.00
(CANAJ2)
Thehistoryand philosophyof theadministrationof 409 CriminalInvestigation
(3)
justice in America.A recapitulationof the system; Classhours:3 lecture.
identificationof the varioussubsystems;roleexpec- Fundamentalsof investigation.Topicsinclude:coltations and their interrelationships;theories of lectionandpreservationof physicalevidence,sciencrime,punishment,andrehabilitation;ethics;educa- tific aids, modusoperandi,sourcesof information,
tion; andtrainingfor professionalismwithinthe sys- fingerprints,polygraphs,follow-up,andcaseprepatern.
2105.00 ration.May betakentwice.
2105.00
2 Concepts
ofCriminalLaw(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit:CSU;UC.
(CANAJ4)
Historicaldevelopment,
philosophyof lawandconstitutionalprovisions,definitions,classification
of
crimeandtheapplication
to thesystemof administrationof justice.Legalresearch,studyof caselaw,
methodology,
andconcepts
of lawas asocialforce,
2105.00
410 Narcotics
andViceInvestigation
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Vice control (gambling,prostitution, sex crimes,
alcohol,etc.)andthe identification
of narcoticand
dangerousdrug use. Detection,suppression,
arrests,prosecution,
and offensesas stipulatedin
the CaliforniaPenalCode,HealthandSafetyCode,
WelfareandInstitutions
Code,BusinessandProfessignalCode,andVehicleCode.Topicsinclude:surveillance,courttestimony,probablecause,search
warrants,andcourtdecisions
relatedtothe narcotic
3 Principles
andProcedures
oftheJusticeSystem andviceoffenders.
Specialconsideration
isgivento
(3) [Cx]
physicalevidenceand the Uniform Control SubClasshours:3 lecture,
stanceAct.May betakentwice.
2105.00
Transfercredit: CSU.
Theroleandresponsibilities
of lawenforcement
and 411 TrafficControl,Enforcement,
and Accident
judicialcorrections
assegmentswithinthesystemof Investigation
(3)
administrative
justice.A past,present,and future Classhours:3 lecture.
exposureto eachsubsystemprocedure,
frominitial The historyandstudyof theCalifornia
VehicleCode
entryto final disposition,
andthe relationship
each alongwithrecentmajortrafficcases.A studyof the
segmentmaintains
withitssystemmembers,
fundamentalsof accidentinvestigation,including
2105.00 physicalevidence,skid marks, photography,and
4 Community
Relations(3) [Cx]
preservation
of evidence.
Maybetakentwice,
2105.00
Classhours:3 lecture,
Transfercredit: CSU;UC.
412 PoliceReportWriting(3)
Exploration
of the rolesof administration
of justice Classhours:3 lecture.
practitioners
and their agencies.Interrelationships Advisory."Completionof Businessand OfficeTechandrole expectations
amongthe variousagencies nologies40A or basickeyboardingskills, andBusiandthepublic.Primaryemphasisontheprocession- ness and Office Technologies455 or eligibility for
al imageof the systemof administrativejusticeand English450,is recommended,
the developmentof positive relationshipsbetween Differenttypes of written reports preparedby law
membersof the systemandthe publictheyserve,
enforcementpersonnel.Studentsprepare reports,
2105.00 organizingand presentingthe informationobtained
from investigationsand interviews.Topicsinclude:
5 LegalAspects
of Evidence(3) (Cx]
correctstyleandstructure;clearandconcisewriting;
Classhours:3 lecture,
grammar,punctuation,andspelling;neatness;cornTransfercredit: CSU.
pleteness;and accuracy.The importanceof quality
Origin,development,philosophy,and the constitu- reportsis stressed.Maybetakentwice.
2105.00
tionalbasisof evidence;constitutionalandprocedural considerationsaffectingarrest, search, and 413 PeliceSupervision(3)
seizure;
kindsanddegrees
of evidence
andtherules Classhours:3 lecture.
governing
admissibility;
judicialdecisionsinterpret- Role,function,anddutiesof thefirstlinesupervisor.
ingindividualrights;andcasestudies.
2105.00 Topicsinclude:leadershipqualities,disciplinaryand
grievanceprocedures,deployment,performance
406 JuvenileProcedures
(3)
evaluations,selectionand transfer of personnel,
Classhours:3 lecture,
interpersonal
communications,
and reportwriting,
Theorganization,
functions,andjurisdictionof juve- Maybetakentwice.
2105.00
nileagencies.
Topicsinclude:processing
anddetentionof juveniles,juvenilecasedisposition,juvenile 414 Criminology
(3)
statutes,
andcourtprocedures.
Maybetakentwice. Classhours:3 lecture.
2105.00 Historical
development
of criminology
andtheapplicationof contemporarythoughtto the problemof
CATALOG
2005.2006
93
crimeinAmerica.Topicsinclude:theoriesofcriminal
behaviorcauses;the nature,extent,control,andpreo
vention of crimes; individualand group criminal
activity; criminal behavior systems; crime categories; crime preventiontheory; and policebehavioralresponse.Maybetakentwice.
2105.00
415 PrinciplesandPracticesof Interviewingand
Investigation
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Techniquesof effectiveinterviewingand interrogation.An examination
oflawsthatrelatetoadmissibility of solicitedstatementsin court. May be taken
twice.
2105.00
416 CrimeSceneSketching
andNotetaking
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Prerequisite:Administration
ofJustice5.
Studyof searchpatterns,crimesketching,andnotetaking. Topicsinclude: identificationof the crime
scene;investigativepatternsand techniques;tool
use; mathematicalmeasurements;evidencehandling procedures;notetakingstrategies;elementsof
the crimescenesketch,includingthe definitionand
useof symbolsandlegends;andthe preparationand
presentationof crimescenesketchesin court. May
betakentwice.
2105.00
AERONAUTICS
(AERO)
10 Materials,Processes
andInspections
(4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Corequisite:Aemnautics
13AB,14ABCO.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Aerospace
materials,hardware,manufacturing
practices, blueprintreading,inspectiontechniques,aircraft servicing,cleaningand corrosion control as
requiredforan FAAairframeand/orpowerplanttechnician'slicense.
0950.00
11 AeroScienceandFAARegulations
(4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Corequisite:Aeronautics
13AB,14ABCD.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Aircraftmathematics,physics,aerodynamicsand
flight controls,weight and balancecalculations,
basicAC and DC electricity,and FAAregulations
required
for an FAAairframeand/orpowerplant
technician's
license.
0950.00
13A,BGeneralAeronautics
Laboratory
(1.5-1.5)
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:Aeronautics10or 11(maybetakenpreviously).
TransferCredit:CSU.
Generalaeronauticslaboratorycourseto fulfill FAA
practicalaeronauticalapplicationsin aerodynamics,
physics,weightand balance,FAAand manufacturer's publications,aircraftmaterialsand processes,
blueprintreading,aircraftservicing,electricityand
mathematics.
Maybetakentwice.
0950.00
14A,B,C,DGeneralAeronautics
Laboratory
(1-1-1-1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Aeronautics10or 11.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Generalaeronautics
laboratory
courseto fulfill FAA
practicalaeronautical
applications
in aerodynamics,
physics,weightandbalance,FAAand manufacturer's publications,
aircraftmaterialsand processes,
blueprintreading,aircraftservicing,electricityand
mathematics.
Maybetakentwice.
0950.00
I_lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
20 PowerplantTheoryandMaintenance(4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and 11.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Theory,fundamentals,construction,maintenance,
and operationof reciprocatingandturbojet aircraft
engines. Relatedtraining for the FAApowerplant
maintenance
technician'slicense.
0950.20
32 AirframeAuxiliarySystems(4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and 11.
Corequisite:Aeronautics33ABCor 34ABCDEE
TransferCredit:CSU.
Aircraftcabinatmosphere,instrument,communication, navigation,position,warning,iceandraincontrol, andfire protectionsystems.Relatedtrainingfor
FAAairframemaintenancetechnician'slicense,
0950.10
AMERICAN
SIGNLANGUAGE
(ASL)
1 ElementaryAmericanSignLanguage(4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Studyof AmericanSign Language(ASL)including
appreciationof the deafculture.Introductionto current and historicalaspectsof the deaf culture,sur21 PowerplantSystemsandComponents
I
vivalskills of thehearing-impaired
includingspecial
(4.5)[Cx]
schools,equipment,andlip-reading,parentingtechClasshours:4.5 lecture.
33A,B,CAirframeLaboratory(1.5-1.5-1.5)
niques,andchallengesof livingin a hearingworld.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics
lOand 11.
Classhours:4.5laboratory.
Skills focus on the basic principlesof phrasing,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and 1I.
vocabulary,
sentence
patterns,manualcountingand
Reciprocating
andturbineaircraftengineinstrument, Corequisite:Aeronautics30, 31, or 32.
spelling,semantics,
andthedevelopment
of expreselectrical,lubrication,andignitionsystemsandcom- TransferCredit:CSU.
siveand receptiveabilities.Fourteenhoursof supportents.Relatedtrainingfor the FAApowerplant Airframelaboratorycourseto fulfill FAA require- plemental instructionin a SuccessCenter that
maintenance
technician's
license.
0950.20 mentsfor practical
airframeexperience.
Subjectsare supportsthiscourseis required.Thiscoursecorremetallic and nonmetallic structural fabrication, spondsto thefirstyearofhighschoolASL 0850.00
22 PowerplantSystemsandComponents
II
inspection,andrepair;welding,riggingand assem(4.5) [Cx]
bly; and airworthinessinspection.May be taken 2 ElementaryAmericanSignLanguage
(4)
Classhours:4.5 lecture,
twice.
0950.10 Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and11.
Prerequisite:AmericanSign Language1or oneyear
TransferCredit:CSU.
34A,B,C,D,E,FAirframeLaboratory(1-1-1-1-1-1)
of high schoolArnericanSignLanguage.
Reciprocating
andturbineaircraftenginefuelmeter- Classhours:3 laboratory.
Transfercredit: CSU;UC.
ing, propeller,and auxiliarysystemsand compo- Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and11.
Continuedsystematicstudyofthestructure,
vocabunents. Relatedtraining for the FAA powerpiant Corequisite:Aeronautics
30, 31, or32.
lary,andconversational
strategiesofAmericanSign
maintenance
technician's
license.
0950.20 TransferCredit:CSU.
Language(ASL).Skillsfocusonthe basicprinciples
Airframe laboratorycourseto fulfill FAArequire- of phrasing,sentencepatterns,manualcountingand
23A,B,CPowerplant
Aeronautics
Laboratory
mentsfor practical
airframeexperience.
Subjectsare spelling,semantics,andthe development
of expres(1.5-1.5-1.5)
aircraftelectrical,
hydraulic,pneumatic,instruments, sive and receptiveabilities.Continuedstudyof the
Classhours:4.5 laboratory,
landinggear,fuel, cabinatmosphere,ice and rain, AmericanDeafCulturehistory,communityandlanPrerequisite:Aeronautics
lOand 11.
fire protection,navigation, communication,and guage.Fourteenhoursof supplemental
instruction
in
Corequisite:Aeronautics20, 21, or22.
positionandwarningsystems.Maybetakentwice,
a SuccessCenter that supports this course is
TransferCredit:CSU.
0950.10 required.
0850.00
Theory, fundamentals,construction,maintenance,
inspection,overhaulandoperationof reciprocating 492A-HSpecialTopics:Aeronautics
(.5-6)
3 IntermediateAmericanSignLanguage
(4)
and turbojet aircraftengines.Powerplantsystems Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
Classhours:4 lecture.
and componentsinspectionand overhaul.Related Specialtopiccoursein specificaeronauticsareas. Prerequisite:ArnericanSignLanguage2 ortwoyears
trainingforthe FAApowerplantmaintenance
techni- Topicsidentifiedbytheinstructor.Maybeattempted ofhigh schoolArnericanSignLanguage.
clanslicense.Maybetakentwice.
0950.20 onlyfour timesregardlessof the unit combination. Transfercredit: CSU;UC.
However,no single-subject,special-interest
class Continuedstudyandreviewofthe structure,vocabu24A,B,C,D,E,FPowerplant
Aeronautics
may be repeated.May requirecorequisitesand/or lary,andconversational
strategiesof AmericanSign
Laboratory(1-1-1-1-1-1)
prerequisites
basedonthecontentofthecourse.
Language(ASL).Reviewof ASLgrammar,with speClasshours:3 laboratory.
0950.00 cialemphasisonidiomaticconstructions.
Continued
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and11.
studyof theAmericanDeafculturehistory,commuCorequisite:Aeronautics20, 21, or22.
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
nity, and language,thereby promotingan underTransferCredit:CSU.
Aeronautics(.5-6)
standing of the wide variety of cultural issues
Theory,fundamentals,construction,maintenance, Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18laboratory, concerningthe Deafcommunity.Fourteenhoursof
inspection,overhauland operationof reciprocating Selectedlaboratorytopicsfor studentswhodesire supplementalinstructionin a SuccessCenterthat
and turbojetaircraftengines.Powerplantsystems in-depthexplorationin specialized
areasof airframe supportsthiscourseisrequired.
0850.00
and componentsinspectionand overhaul.Related andpowerplant.
Maybetakenfourtimes. 0950.00
trainingfortheFAApowerplantmaintenance
techni408 Awareness
ofDeafCulture(3)
cian'slicense.May betakentwice.
0950.20 501 Aeronautics
LaboratoryProjects(1)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:3 self-pacedlaboratory.
Introductionto the AmericanDeafculture.Topics
30 AirframeStructures
(4.5) [Cx]
Forstudentsneedingadditionalcourseworkto com- include:identification,
stigmatization,
andtreatment
Classhours:4.5 lecture,
pletethenumberoflab projectsandhoursrequired ofDeafpeoplethroughouthistory;minoritydynamPrerequisite:Aeronautics
lOand 11.
by the FederalAviationAdministration(Part 147of
ics,includingthe double/multiple
minorityexperiCorequisite:Aeronautics
33ABCor34ABCOEF,
theFederal
AviationRegulations)
forprogramcertifi- ence;culturaland languagebackgrounds,values,
TransferCredit:CSU.
cation.Topicsinclude:safety,environmental
regula- andgroupnormsof theAmericanDeafcommunity;
Aircraftmetallicandnonmetallicstructuralfabrica- tionsandguidelinesasappliedtoindividualprojects, technolo0icalaidsdevelopedby and for the Deaf;
tion, inspection,and repairmethods.Relatedtrain- tool and equipmentapplications,lab procedures, AmericanSignLanguagedevelopment,mechanics,
ing for FAA airframe maintenancetechnician's requireddocumentation,airworthinessstandards, use, andacceptance;
organizations
of Deafpeople;
license.
0950.10 andprojectevaluation.
Maybe takenfour times,
andthe manifestation
of Deafculturein theartsand
0950.00 education.
0850.00
31 AirframePrimarySystems(4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Prerequisite:Aeronautics10and 11.
Corequisite:Aeronautics33ABCor 34ABCOEE
TransferCredit:CSU.
Aircraftlandinggear,hydraulic,pneumatic,
fuel,and
electricalsystem inspectionand repair methods.
Relatedtrainingfor FAAairframemaintenance
technician'slicense.
0950.10
_TALOG
2005-2006
94
iEEIChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
ANTHROPOLOGY
(ANTHRO)
10 Fundamentalsof DesigninTwo Dimensions(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
ART(ART)
(SEEALSOSOCIAL
SCIENCES)
1 Contemporary
Art:1950- Present(3) [Cx]
1 Introduction
toPhysicalAnthropology
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Studyof the diverseartisticmovementsfrom 1950
(CANANTH2)
to the present,examiningthe painting,sculpture,
Studyof thebiological
featuresof humankind,utiliz- photography,architecture,performanceart, and
ing scientific and comparativemethods to help video art of eachmovement.Key terms and conunderstandvariationandadaptationamonghumans, cepts,philosophicalissues,andchangingart theothrough the exploration of genetics, primatology, ries.Influenceof Dada,Abstract-Expressionism,
and
andthe humanfossilrecord.
2202.00 PopArt,as wellasancientandworld art,on ContemporaryArt. Courseis an essentialintroductionfor
1L Laboratory
forPhysicalAnthropology
(1)
studioart, graphicdesign,photography,andart hisClasshours:3 laboratoryplusoneSaturdayfieldtrip. tory majors.
1001.00
Corequisite:
Anthropology
1 (maybetakenpreviously).
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
3 ArtHistoryofWesternWorld:Ancient-1400
Optionallaboratoryexperiencecoordinatedwith (3) [Cx]
Anthropology1. Comparative
studyof both human Classhours:3 lecture,
and non-humanprimates,humanvariation,evolu- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
tion, 0enetics,forensicanthropology,and the pri- (CANART2)(CANARTSEQA=ART3+5)
matefossilrecord.
2202.00 Surveyof thearchitecture,
sculpture,andpaintingof
pastculturesfrom theearlybeginningsof art of the
2 Intreduction
toArchaeology
(3)
WesternWorldthrough 1400; how symbolismand
Classhours:3 lecture,
artisticstylereflectthedailylife,philosophy,religion,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
values,and concernsof eachcultureandhistorical
(CANANTH6)
period.
1001.00
Surveyo1archaeology,
includingthe useof basic
methodsof investigation,prehistoricand historic 5 ArtHistoryofWesternWorld:
records,and relatedmaterialsto help reconstruct 1400- Contemporary
(3) [Cx]
past behaviors.Majorcultural developments
are Classhours:3 lecture.
explored,includingthe development
of stonetools, TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
fire use,shelters,agriculture,andthe formationof
(CANART4)(CANARTSEQA=ART3+ 5)
citiesandstates.
2202.20 Surveyof thearchitecture,
sculpture,andpaintingof
past culturesof the WesternWorld from 1400
3 Introduction
toSocialandCultural
AnthropolooY
(3) through the present;how symbolism,visualconClasshours:3 lecture,
cepts,and artisticstyle reflectthe philosophy,reliTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
gion, values, and concernsof eachculture and
(CANANTH4)
historicalperiod.
1001.00
The natureof cultureandthe rangeof culturalphenomena,includingmaterialculture,socialorganiza- 6 WomenArtistsin History(3)
tion,religion,language,
andothertopics.Thecourse Classhours:3 lecture,
emphasizes
thewaysof livingthatdifferentsocieties TransferCredit"CSU;UC.
havedeveloped
to adapttotheir environment.The Architecture,sculpture,and paintingby women
comparativemethodis stressed.May beofferedas artistsfromthe MiddleAgestothe present;howthe
an Honorscourse.
2202.00 iconographyandstyle of art by womenreflectsand
affectsthe philosophy,religion,values,andconcerns
92A-H SpecialTopics:Anthropology
(.5-6)
ofthe culturesandhistoricalperiod.
1001.00
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
8 Contemporary
Media,ArtandVisualLanguage
(3)
Seecounselor.
Classhours:3 lecture,
Special-interest
course of varyinglength for stuTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
dentswhowish furtherexplorationin specificareas Introductionto contemporarymedia,artists,and
of anthropology.
Topicswill be determinedby the visuallanguages.Exploresimpactof photography,
individual
instructor.Thiscoursemay betakenonly video,printmedia,andcomputerson artists,arts,
fourtimesregardless
of theunitcombination.How- andsociety.Theoriesof mediaandvisualcommuniever,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe cationwill be studiedas a meansto developan
repeated.
May requirecorequisites
and/or prerequi- understandingof artisticandsocietaltrends.Study
sitesbasedon the contentof the course. 2202.00 of the contemporaryuses of media to assessthe
evolutionof mediatechnologiesinthe arts. 1001.00
98A,B,CIndependent
Study:Anthropology
( 1,2, 3)
Classhours:1,2, or3.
9 ArtoftheAncientAmericas(3) [Cx]
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is Classhours:3 lecture.
requiredfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Surveyof theart,architecture,
religion,socialstrucSpecialprojectcourse designedfor the capable, ture, and historyof thevariouscivilizationsof the
well-motivated
student.Studentexploresanddevel- AncientAmericas,includingthe Maya,Olmec,Inca,
opsaprojector paperonanareaofpersonalinterest Aztec,NativeAmerican,andMoche. Art stylesand
withinthe discipline
area.The natureandextentof characteristics
uniqueto eachcultureandtheirfuncthe projectmustbe decideduponby both the stu- tion withinthe ideologyof thatsociety.Impactof
dentandtheinstructorbeforethe studentsignsup chan0ingart historytheories,thecriticalproblemof
forthe course,sincethescopeof theprojectdeter- lootingofhistoricalsites,andthe influenceofthese
minesthe numberof unitsallowed.May be taken ancientcultureson bothmodernandworldart.
threetimes regardlessof the unitcombination.How1001.00
ever, no single-subjectpaper or project may be
repeated.
2202.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
95
(CANART14)
In depth introductionto thevisualelementsof twodimensional
designincludingcolortheoryandpractice. Techniquesof visual thinking and creative
manipulationof mediaappliedto two-dimensional
projects.
1002.00
12 Fundamentals
ofDesignin ThreeDimensions
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANART16)
In depthintroductiontothevisualelementsof threedimensional
design includingcolor and surface
treatments
of formaswellastheimplications
of time
andenvironmental
space.Emphasison techniques
of visualthinkingandcreativemanipulation
of media
appliedto three-dimensional
projects.
1002.00
14 Introduction
to Drawing(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Advisory."
Completionof Art 10is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANART8)
Introduction
to freehanddrawingwith exploration
of
traditionaland experimental
approaches.Emphasis
on developingvisual and perceptualawareness
throughthemanipulation
ofvariousblack-and-white
andcolormediaina studioenvironment. 1002.10
16 Introduction
to Painting(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Advisory."CompletionofArt 10 andor Art 14is recornmended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANART10)
Beginningtechniquesin acrylic and/oroil media.
Emphasison paintingas a creativeand problemsolvingprocessandas a meansof self-expression.
Includes
fundamentals
of colortheoryandcompositionasappliedtopainting.
1002.10
18 Introduction
to Ceramics
(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANART6)
Introductionto materials,tools,andprocessesused
in makingpotteryand other ceramicart. Student
learnsuseof potter'swheel,handbuilding,andtraditionalceramicsterminology
aswellascontemporary
concepts
offiredclayasart.
1002.30
20 CeramicSculplure(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;
3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introductionto sculpturalprocesses,
concepts,and
materialswiththe emphasison clay.May betaken
threetimes.
1002.20
22A,B,CCeramicsLaboratory( .5,1 or 2)
Classhours:1.5,3 or6 laboratory.
Corequisite:Art 18or20 (maybetakenpreviously)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Openlaboratoryfor currentceramicsstudentsto
increase
skillsthroughthe useoftheceramicfacility
at times otherthan their own classtime. May be
takenfourtimes,regardless
oftheunitcombination.
Mayrequireadditionalcorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbasedonthe contentofthecourse. 1002.30
I[]lChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
30 FigureDrawing(3)
Classhours:1.5lecture;4.5 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANART24)
Drawingthe humanform from the modelwith an
emphasisonstructure,anatomy,andits expressive
design.Includesexplorationof variousmethods,
approaches,
andmediain lifedrawing.Maybetaken
threetimes.
1002.10
32 IntermediateDrawing(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Art 14.
Advisory:Completionof Art 10is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Creatingdrawingsusingsignificant
worksof artas
inspiration.Thevisualexpression
of personaland
socialthemes.Research,writings,discussions,
and
critiquesencouragepersonalcreativegrowthin a
studioenvironment.Maybetakentwice. 1002.10
34 IntermediatePainting(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite."
Art 16.
Advisory:Completionof Art 10is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Creatingpaintingsusingsignificant
worksof art as
inspiration.Thevisualexpressionof personaland
socialthemes.Research,
writings,discussions,
and
critiquesencouragepersonalcreativegrowthin a
studioenvironment.
Maybetakentwice. 1002.10
35 IntermediateCeramics
(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite."
Art 18.
Advisory:Completionof Art 12is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Performanceof tasksandproceduresdesignedto
further the student'sability to understandand
manipulate
clayandglazesandtypesof kilnfirings,
emphasizingcreationof beautiful,utilitarian,wellmadeobjects.
_
1002.30
40 Advanced
Ceramics(3)
Classhours:1.5lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Art35.
Advisory:CompletionofArt 12is recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Advanceduse of the potter'swheeland off-wheel
construction
methods.Designed
topreparestudents
to continueworking withclay and glazes,to seek
marketsfor ceramicartandceramicskills,and/orto
transfer to an upper-divisioncourse.May be taken
twice.
1002.30
44 Mixed-MediaStudioandTheory(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
Advisory:Completionof a coursein art orphotographyis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Exploration
of unconventional
usesof materialsand
interdisciplinary
attitudesin 20th centuryart, the
evolutionof collage,assemblage,
installation
works,
site specific, video, and performanceartworks,
Emphasis
will beon studioprojectsandprocesses
utilizingavarietyof contemporary
mixed-media
and
multi-media
approaches.
Maybetakentwice,
D614.10
62A Illustration1(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:Art10or 14.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Studyof significantworksof art in the fieldof illustrationandgraphicdesignto increaseawareness
in
thevisualexpressionof socialandindividualconceptsandideas.Emphasison the development
of
basicskillsinvisualcommunication.
1013.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
62B Illustration II (3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite."
Art 62A.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Illustration
techniquesan'dconceptswithextensive
emphasison creatingvisualsolutionsto applied
problems,stylisticand conceptual
innovation,and
portfoliodevelopment.
1013.00
64 Historyof Costume
(3) [Cx]
(Avai/ab/ea/soasTheatre64)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Originandevolutionof costumefromprimitivesocietytothetwenty-first
century.Evaluation
of aesthetic,technical,sociological,
andpsychological
factors
of costumeandtheirrelationtomoderndress.Studentmaynotreceivecreditfor bothArt64 andTheatre64.
1001.00
82 Introductionto Multimedia(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
Advisory:Completionof Art 10andbasickeyboarding skillsarerecommended.
TransferCredit:CSU
Introduction
to digitalmediaproduction
for interactivemedia;theWeb,CD-ROM,DVD-ROM,andinteractive kiosks. Emphasison developingvisual
language
usingcontemporary
toolsandtechniques
for multimediaauthoringwith graphicandinteractive software.Includesintroductionto historical
aspectsandanalysisof interactiveapplications.
May
betakenthreetimes.
0614.10
83 InternetandWebDesign(4) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
Prerequisite:Art67.
Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,oraccesstoa
Macintoshcomputer(G4or higher,equippedwith
courseappropriatesoftware).
67 ComputerGraphicsI (3) [Cx]
Advisory:Completionof Art82 is recommended.
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU
Advisory:Completionof ART-IOis recommended.
Principlesof WebSiteproduction
and designusing
TransferCredit:CSU.
HTMLandstreamingvideosoftwaretools,suchas
Introductionto the essentialprinciplesof digital Dreamweaver
andFlash.Topicsinclude:visualconimaginganddesign.Overview-includinghistorical tent design,movie basics,streamingaudioand
aspects-of thefieldsof art anddesignin relationto video, text/titles, animation, toolbar functions,
theriseof digitalmediaandtheprinciplesof portfo- libraries,buttons,tweening,masks,soundpublishliDdevelopment.
Project-based
experience,
withcur- ing,editing,interfacedesign,
andintegration
ofWeb
rent hardwareand softwareusedfor designand softwaretools.Maybetakenfourtimes. 0614.30
printingofcontemporaryvisualcommunications.
0614.60 89 StudentInvitationalExhibition(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
68B,CComputerGraphicsLaboratory(1, 2)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:3 or6 laboratory.
Limitationon Enrollment:Studentmustpassfaculty
Corequisite:Anycourserequiringthe useof the digi- reviewof creativeproject proposalandportfolio in
ta/ medialab.
Decemberfor the followingSpring term courseand
TransferCredit:CSU.
exhibition.
Useof the computergraphicslabfor class related Honorscoursefor highlymotivatedstudioart and
and/or independentprojects.May be taken four photographystudentswho meetportfoliorequiretimes,regardless
ofthe unitcombination.0614.60 ments.In-depthindependent
research
involving
criticalevaluation
ofconcepts
andideasinthecontextof
70 MuseumandGalleryFieldStudy(1)
contemporary
artisticexpression,
aswellasrigorous
(AlsoavailableasHumanities70andPhotography
70) exploration
of mediaandtechniques.
In conjunction
Classhours:1lecture,
withthe WignallMuseumGallerystaffand artand
Advisory: Completionof any art or photography photography
faculty,studentartists cooperatively
courseis recommended,
undertake
all phasesof thecomplextaskof mountTransferCredit:CSU.
ingaprofessional
qualityexhibition
oftheirartworks.
Issuesincontemporary
art, photography,
art history, Interested
studentsshouldcontactanartor photogand photohistoryare investigated
throughdirect raphyfacultymembernolaterthanearlyNovember.
observationof museum and gallery exhibitions.
1001.00
Readings,research,andclassdiscussionprovidethe
foundationfor studentunderstandingandanalysisof
9OA,B,C Art HonorsSeminar(1)
art (includingdrawing,painting,photography,mixed Classhours:1lecture.
media,sculpture,installation,andnew media)in a
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitati°ns"
museumsetting.Fieldtripsarea requiredpartofthis Seecounselor.
course.Maybetakenfourtimes.
1001.00 Honorscomponentfor Art. Topicsof interestare
chosenbytheinstructorandstudents,andarepre73 Typography
andLayout(4)
sentedin a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
corequisites
are required.May betakenfourtimes
Prerequisite:Art67.
withchangeintopicemphasis.
1001.00
Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,or accesstoa
Macintoshcomputer (G4or higher,equippedwith 92A-HSpecialTopics:Art (.5-6)
courseappropriatesoftware).
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Introductionto the practice,theory, history,and Seecounselor.
analysisof layoutandtypography,andthe studyof Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor stuformal elementsof typographic
composition.Pro- dentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
jectsare directedtowardbothprint media(poster, of art. Topicswill be determinedby the individual
package,and magazinedesign) and computer instructor
andmaycoverthe rangeof artsresearch
screenbasedprojects(webdesign,motiongraphics in all forms of creativeendeavor.This course,in
for TV, businesspresentations,
interactivekiosks, combination
with Art 92L, maybetakenonlyfour
type and layoutfor CD-ROM). May betakenfour timesregardlessof the unitcombination.
However,
times.
1030.00 no single-subject,special-interestclass may be
repeated.Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 1001.00
96
_i]Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
92LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:StudioArt(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9, 12,15,or 18 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor studentswho wishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
of studioart. Topicswill be determinedby the
instructorandmaycoverthe rangeof arts research
in allformsofcreative
endeavor.
Incombination
with
Art92 maybetakenfourtimesregardless
oftheunit
combination.However,no single-subjectspecialinterestclassmayberepeated.Mayrequirecorequisitesand/orprerequisites
basedonthecontentofthe
course.
1001.00
98A,B,CIndependent
Study:Art(1, 2, 3)
Classhours:1,2, or 3 lecture,
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is
requiredforregistration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
well-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand
developsa projector a paperona creativearea of
personalinterest.Natureandextentof the project
mustbedecided
bystudentandinstructor
beforethe
studentmaysign upfor thecourse.Typeandextent
of the projectdeterminesthe number of units
allowed.Maybeattempted
onlythreetimes,regardlessof theunitcombination.
1001.00
98LA,B,CIndependent
StudyLab:Art (1, 2, 3)
Classhours:3,6, or9 laboratory.
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor,
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
well-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand
developsa project or a paperon a creativeareaof
personalinterest.Natureand extentof the project
mustbedecidedbystudentandinstructorbeforethe
studentmaysignup for the course.Typeandextent
of the project determinesthe number of units
allowed.May beattemptedonlythreetimes,regardlessof the unitcombination.
1001.00
400 Fundamentals
ofAnimation(4)
Classhours:3lecture;3 laboratory,
Advisory."Completionof Art-lO and 30 is recommended,
Introductionto the art anddesignof 2Danimation,
the principlesand practiceof animation.Provides
studentsa traditionaleducationinthe fundamentals
of animation;animation terminology,tools, techniques,composition,and color in motion; and an
overviewof digital techniques.May be takenthree
times.
0614.40
407 Historyof Design(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Studyof visualcommunication
integrating
typographyandimage. Historyof graphicdesignfromthe
inventionof writingto the presentelectronicage.
Relationships
betweenart movements,socialsettings,andgraphiccommunications
styles. Emphasis on Western design, with explorationof
non-European
cultures.
1030.00
410 CeramicGlazes(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:Art18.
Introduction
to materials,
equipment,
andprocesses
usedin makingandfiringceramicglazes.May be
takenfourtimes.
1002.30
CATALOG
2005-2006
412 Firing Techniques(3)
Classhours:1.5lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Art 18.
Investigationofconceptsandtechnologies
relatedto
firing of raku,lowfire,salt,andhighfire. Personal
growth through individual experimentationis
encouraged.
Maybetakenfourtimes.
1002.30
433 IllustrationSkillsforAnimators(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory
Prerequisite:Art14and30.
Introduction
to principlesof imageanimationutilizing traditionalmediain preparationfor digitalor
computerbasedmedia.Projectsinvolvecharacter
development
techniques,
storyboards,
andthe study
of movement,
expression,
weight,andstyle.Maybe
takentwice.
0614.40
480 Portfolioand Presentation(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Limitationon Enrollment:Completionof majority of
othercourse requirementsin genera/art major,or
graphiccommunications,or visualcommunications
certificatesis required.
Preparation
andpresentation
ofportfolioina professignalmanner.Emphasisonappropriate
selection
of
work,conceptimprovement,
and methodsof presentation.
Awardingof certificateisdependent
upon
successfulcompletionofthiscourse.Maybetaken
twice.
1013.00
482 EditingDigitalMedia(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
Prerequisite:ART-67or82.
Principlesof editingfor film, videoand multimedia.
Useof theory,history, process,and techniquesto
digitallycreateandedit a film or video production.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
0614.00
468B,C ArtDigitalLaboratory(1,2)
Classhours:3 or6 laboratory.
Comquisite:Anycourserequiringtheuseof thedigita/medialab.
484 2DMotionGraphicAnimation(4)
Useof the computergraphicslab for class related Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
and/orindependentprojects.May be taken four Prerequisite:Art 67.
times,regardless
oftheunitcombination.0614.60 Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,oraccesston
Macintoshcomputer(G4or higher,equippedwith
474 IdentitySystemDesign(4)
courseappropriatesoftware).
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
Advisory."Completionof Art 400, Broadcasting60,
Prerequisite:Art67.
and/orPhotography10 is recommended.
Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,oraccesstoa Introduction
to the artanddesignof 2Danimation,
Macintoshcomputer(G4or higher,equippedwith motiongraphics,visualeffects,andcompositing.
courseappropriatesoftware).
Projectsinclude:digitalimagemanipulation,
animaA visual identityprogramprovidesan integrated tion principles,editingbasics,greenscreencorntypographicandgraphicsystemfor identifyingan positing,animatedeffects,digitalinputandoutput,
organization
in all printandmotiongraphicmedia, compression,and an historicaland theoretical
Exploresthe formalandconceptualattributesthat overview.
0614.60
distinguisheffectivevisual identitysystems. Study
of thestepsinvolvedin the developmentof a busi- 487 3DAnimationI (4)
ness'svisualidentity,from the initialmeetingswith Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
the client, through research methodology,visual Prerequisite:Art67 or 82.
conceptgeneration,final presentations,and identity Advisory."Completionof Art30 is recommended.
applications.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1030.00 Introductionto basicthree-dimensional(3-D)digital
modelingandanimationusingprofessionalsoftware
476 SoundforMultimediaDigitalProductions
(3)
to achievethe modeling,texturing,lighting,renderClasshours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory
ing, andanimationof a characterin 3D. Production
Prerequisite:Art 67.
of afully-rendereddigital modelthat performsbasic
Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,oraccesstoa movements.An examinationof currentpracticesin
Macintoshcomputer(G4 or higher,equippedwith the contextof the historyof animationis included.
courseappropriatesoftware).
Maybetakenthreetimes.
0614.40
Examinationof a rangeof technicalissuesincluding
signal level, sample rate, and computer sound
peripherals,as well as a range of aestheticissues
includingsounddesign,effects,and mixing.ExperJ(ASTRON)
mentationwith different sound generationtechniques,introductionto MIDI, digital sound editing, 20 GeneralAstronomy
(3) [Cx]
mixing, effects, and equalization.Utilizationof a Classhours:3 lecture.
rangeof computeraudioprograms.Projectsdirect- Advisory:Completionof Math410is recommended.
ed towardintegratingsoundintovideoandWeb, TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
sound,editing,andcreationsoftware.May betaken Astronomyas a studyof the Universe,itscompothreetimes.
0614.10 nentsand the meansto studythem using minimal
mathematics
and the scientificmethodto under478 IllustrationontheComputer(3)
standnaturalphenomena.
1911.00
Classhours:2 lecture;
3 laboratory
Prerequisite:Art67.
2OL GeneralAstronomy
Laboratory(1)
Corequisite:Art68B,68C,468B,468C,oraccesstoa Classhours:3 laboratory.
Macintoshcomputer(G4 or higher,equippedwith Prerequisite:Astronomy20.
courseappropriatesoftware).
Advisory:Completionof Math410is recommended.
Advisory: Completionof Art 62A or 433 is recom- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
mended.
Experimental
activitiesinvolving:angularmeasureIntroductionto commercialillustrationusingthe ments;observationof celestialbodies;analysisof
computer. Emphasison masteringsoftwareand lensandlight properties,telescopicphotographs,
integratingitsuseintotheproblemsolvingprocess andcomputersimulatedastronomical
data;andthe
of commercialassignments,rangingfrom editorial construction
anduseoftelescopes.
1911.00
and promotionalexpression,to informationaland
children'sbookillustration.Maybetakentwice.
1030.00
ASTRONOMY
97
[_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
25 Planetsandthe Solar System(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof Math410is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit pending.
Overviewof the solarsystem.Understand
planets,
moons,and other bodiesin the solar systemby
understanding
the processes
thatshapethem.Use
observationsfrom telescopesand spacecraft,the
scientificmethod,andbasicconcepts
fromphysics,
geology,and other sciences.NOTE:Studentswho
havesuccessfully
completed
Astronomy35 maynot
takeAstronomy25.
1911.00
28 StarsandGalaxies(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Math410is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Overviewof the universebeyondour solarsystem,
Understand
starsandgalaxiesby understanding
the
processesthat shapethem. Useobservationsfrom
telescopesandspacecraft,the scientificmethod,and
basic physicalconcepts.Briefly considerrelativity,
spacetime,andthe history andfateof the universe.
NOTE:Studentswho havesuccessfullycompleted
Astronomy36 maynot takeAstronomy26. 1911.00
35 PlanetsandtheSolarSystemwith Lab(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Advisory:Completionof Math410is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Overviewof the solarsystem.Understand
planets,
moons,and other bodiesin the solar systemby
understanding
the processesthatshapethem. Use
observationsfrom telescopesand spacecraft,the
scientific
method,andbasicconcepts
from physics,
geolo0y,and othersciences.NOTE:Studentswho
havesuccessfully
completed
Astronomy25 may not
takeAstronomy35.
1911.00
36 StarsandGalaxieswithLab(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory."
Completionof Math410is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditpending.
Overviewof the universebeyondour solarsystem.
Understand
starsandgalaxiesby understanding
the
processesthatshapethem. Useobservations
from
telescopes
andspacecraft,
the scientificmethod,and
basicphysicalconcepts.Brieflyconsiderrelativity,
spacetime,andthe historyandfateof theuniverse,
NOTE:Studentswho have successfullycompleted
Astronomy26 maynottakeAstronomy36. 1911.00
AUTOMOTIVE
COLLISION
420 BasicAutomotiveCollisionRefinishing(5) [Cx]
(FormerlyAutobody
Repair410A)
Classhours:2.5lecture;7.5 laboratory,
Fundamentals
of automotivecollisionrefinishing.
Topicsincludesurfacepreparation;paintingequipment;undercoatingprimer-surfacers,
solventsand
reducers;
andpaintingtechniques.
Maybetakenfour
times.
0949.00
communications,regulationsand legal requirements,ethics,consumerfraudand protection,
telephonetechniques,stress and time management.
Maybetakenfourtimes.
0948.00
410 ServiceandRepair(4)[Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Introductionto the automotiveserviceindustry.
Basicprinciplesof operationof engines,transmis430 Advanced
Automotive
CollisionRefinishing
(5)
signs,driveline,steering,suspension
and braking
(FormerlyAutobodyRepair410B)
systems,and heatingandair conditioning
systems.
Classhours:2.5 lecture;7.5 laboratory.
Scheduled
andpreventative
automotivemaintenance
Prerequisite:AutomotiveCollisionRepairTechnolo- and minor servicesare performed.Studentsalso
gy420,
developa writtencareerplan,outliningtheireducaContinuingstudy of automotivecollisionrefinishing, tional, certification,and licensing goals. May be
Emphasison paints - types of materials,thinners, takenfour times.
0948.00
reducersandtheirapplication- andthe development
ofpaintingskills.Maybe takenfourtimes. 0949.00 415 AutomotiveElectricity
andElectronics
(2) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
450 Pinstriping,Flames,andGraphics(2)
Advisory:Completionof Mathematics510 is recomClasshours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
mended.
Corequisite:Automotive
CollisionRepairTechnology Basicautomotiveelectricityandelectronics.Diagno400,410,420,or430,
sis of typical automotiveelectricalconcernsusing
The art of design,graphics,pinstriping, andflame wiring diagrams/schematicsand various testers.
art. Studentswork with lines,colors,and compari- Emphasison the useof digital multimetersfor trouson/contrastconceptsto createspecialeffects on bleshooting.Foundationcourse for electricityand
passengervehicles,using a wide rangeof different electronicssubjectmatterfoundin otherautomotive
materials.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0949.00 technologycourses.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0948.00
492A-HSpecialTopics:Automotive
Collision
RepairTechnology
(.5-6)
420 Brakes(3.3)
(FormerlyAutobodyRepair492A-H)
Classhours:2 lecture;4 laboratory.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
410.
Selectedlecturetopicsinautomotivecollisionrepair. Diagnosis,service,and repairof discand drum
May betakenfourtimes,re0ardlessofthe unitcom- brake systemsand relatedhydraulic,mechanical,
bination,however,nosingle-subject,
special-interest andelectricalsystems.Anti-lockbrakeoperationis
class may be repeated.May requirecorequisites introduced.Courseis certifiedbytheNationalAutoand/or prerequisites,
baseduponthecontentof the motive TechnicianEducationFoundation(NATEF)
course.
0949.00 and preparesstudentstotakethe AutomotiveService ExcellenceCASE)A5 TechnicianCertification
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Automotive
exam.Maybe takenfour times.
0948.00
CollisionRepairTechnology
(.5-6)
(ForrnerlyAutobodyRepair492LA-H)
421 Suspension
andSteerin0Systems(3.3)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9, 12, 15,or 18laboratory. Classhours:2 lecture;4 laboratory.
Selectedlaboratorytopics in automotivecollision Prerequisite:Automotive
Technology410.
repair.Maybetakenfourtimes,regardlessoftheunit Operation,
diagnosis,
andrepairofsteeringandsuscombination,howeverno single-subject,special- pensionsystems,includingwheeland tireservice,
interestclassmaybe repeated.
May requirecorequi- andtwo-andfour-wheelalignments.Courseiscertisitesand/orprerequisites,
basedonthe contentof fledbytheNationalAutomotive
Technician
Education
thecourse.
0949.00 Foundation(NATEF)and preparesstudentsto take
theAutomotiveServiceExcellence
CASE)
A4TechniclanCertification
exam.Maybetakenfourtimes.
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNOLOGY
0948.00
422 Fuel,Ignition,andEmission
Control
Systems
(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6laboratory.
Prerequisite."
AutomotiveTechnology
410and415.
(ACRT)
400 Automobile Operation and Maintenancefor Operationandinterrelationships
of thefuel,ignition,
400 BasicAutomotive
CollisionRepair(5) [Cx]
Consumers
(2)
emissioncontrol,and exhaustsystems.Emphasis
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
onthe diagnosisof engineperformanceandrelated
(FormerlyAutobody
Repair405A)
Informationneededto becomeinformedconsumers emissions.Courseis certifiedby the NationalAutoClasshours:2.5 lecture;7.5 laboratory,
of automotiveservice.Studentslearnhow to save motive TechnicianEducationFoundation(NATEF)
Introductorycourse in automotivecollision repair, moneyon automobileoperation,maintenance,
and and,togetherwithAUTOTEC-423,
preparesstudents
Topicsinclude:tools, welding,shrinking,soldering, repair,andhavethe option of performingselected to takethe AutomotiveServiceExcellenceCASE)
A8
plasticfilling, andmetalshaping.May betakenfour
maintenanceoperationson theirownvehicles.Oper- TechnicianCertificationexam. May be taken four
times.
0949.00 ationsinclude:checkingandtopping-offfluid levels, times.
0948.00
determiningconditionof belts andhoses,changing
410 Advanced
Automotive
CollisionRepair(5)
engineoil,inspecting
thecoolingsystemandbattery, 423 EngineManagement
SystemsandDrivability(4)
(FormerlyAutobodyRepair4OSB)
rotatingtires,andcheckingtiresandbrakes.Maybe Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Classhours:2.5
lecture;7.5 laboratory,
takenfourtimes.
0948.00 Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
422.
Prerequisite."
AutomotiveCollisionRepairTechnology400.
Computercontrolof the ignition,fuel,andemissions
Furtherstudy of automotivecollision repair.Topics 405 ServiceAdvising(3)
systems.Emphasison diagnosisandcorrection of
Classhours:3 lecture,
conditionsaffectingengineperformance.Courseis
include:bodyandframeconstructiontypes;impact Prerequisite:BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
40A. certifiedby the NationalAutomotiveTechnicianEduforces and associateddamageto body alignment Providesinformationand skills neededto become cation Foundation (NATEF)and, together with
and mechanicalcomponents;adjustmentsof winserviceadvisorsat new car dealersand otherauto- AUTOTEC-422,
preparesstudentsto take the Autodows,doors,hoods,andtrunks; andestimatewritmotiveservicebusinesses.Topicsinclude:overview motiveServiceExcellenceCASE)
A8TechnicianCertiing.May betakenfourtimes.
0949.00 of the auto serviceindustry,customerrelationsand ficationexam.Maybetakenfour times.
0948.00
(AUTOTEC)
REPAIR
TECHNOLOGY
CATALOG
2005.2006
98
[_ Chafl:ey College
Course
Descriptions
424 ManualDriveTrains (3.3)
Classhours:2 lecture;4 laboratory.
Diagnosis,maintenance,repair, and overhaul of
manualtransmissions,transaxles,anddrivetrains,
to includefour-wheeland all-wheeldrive systems,
Courseis certifiedbythe NationalAutomotiveTechnician EducationFoundation(NATEF)and prepares
studentsto take the AutomotiveServiceExcellence
(ASEi,A3 TechnicianCertificationexam. May be
takenYourtimes.
0948.00
_"
, _:,.
425 A'utomatic
TransmissiOn_.._ind
Transaxles(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
410.
Diagnosis,service,andoverhaulof automatictransmissionsand transaxles.Specialemphasison the
useofdiagnostic equipmentandavailablemethods
for accurately determining transmission and
transaxle conditions. Course is certified by the
Natio_alAutomotiveTechnicianEducationFoundatiorl (NATEF)andpreparesstudentsto takethe Autombtive Service Excellence(ASE) A2 Technician
Certificationexam.Maybetakenfourtimes.0948.00
• ,
.
426 Automotive
AirConditioning
Systems(3.3)
Classhours:2 lecture;4laboratory,
Prerequisite:Automotive
Technology415.
Operation,
service,andrepairof automotiveheating,
ventilation, and air conditioningsystems, with
emphasison environmentalprotection,including
refrigerantrecycling.Courseprovidesthe information necessaryto qualifyfor refrigerantrecovery,
recycling,and handlingcertificationby the United
StatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgency (EPA),is
certifiedbythe NationalAutomotiveTechnicianEducationFoundation(NATEF),
andpreparesstudentsto
take the AutomotiveServiceExcellence(ASE)A7
TechnicianCertificationexam. May be taken four
times•
0948.00
427 EngineOperationandService(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;
6 laboratory,
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
410.
Automotiveengineoperation,service,and repair,
Machinework andthe useof specialized
equipment
to diagnoseand test engineconditionsis emphasized.Courseis certifiedbythe National
Automotive
TechnicianEducationFoundation
(NATEF),and preparesstudentsto taketheAutomotiveServiceExcellence(ASE)A1 Technician
Certificationexam.May
betakenfourtimes.
0948.00
428 Automotive
ElectricalSystems(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology415.
Operationand serviceof automotiveelectricalsysterns. Emphasison reading wiring diagramsand
usingtest equipmentto diagnoseandtroubleshoot
electrical/electronic
systems.Courseis certifiedby
theNationalAutomotiveTechnician
EducationFoundation(NATEF),andpreparesstudentsto take the
AutomotiveServiceExcellence
(ASE)A6 Technician
Certification
exam.May betakenfourtimes.0948.00
428A Automotive
ElectricalSystemsA(2.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology415.
Operation,
service,and repairof batteries,starters,
alternators/generators
andrelatedcomponents,
and
headlampsystemsandaiming.Chargingand starting systemtestinganddiagnosis
isstressed.Course
is certifiedby the NationalAutomotiveTechnician
EducationFoundation(NATEF)and, togetherwith
AUTOTEC-428B,
prepares
studentsto taketheAutomotiveServiceExcellence
(ASE)A6Technician
Certificationexam.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0948.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
/
428B AutomotiveElectricalSystemsB(2.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
428A.
Operationandserviceof automotivelighting,accessory, and body electrical systems. Emphasison
readingwiringdiagramsandusingtest equipmentto
diagnoseandtroubleshootsystems•Courseis certifled bythe NationalAutomotiveTechnicianEducation
Foundation(NATEF)and,togetherwith AUTOTEC428A,prepares.students
to taketheAutomotiveService Excellence
..('ASE)A6 TechnicianCertification
exam.May betakentourtimes.
0948.00
430 EngineRebuilding-'0pperEngine(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory,
Providesthe knowledgeand skills neededby automotive machinists. Reconditioningof automotive
gasolineand diesel engines,including inspection,
measuring,and machiningof valve train componentsandconstructionof cylinderheadassemblies.
May betakenfourtimes.
0948.00
443 CleanAir EmissionControl(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology423.
Advisory: Trainingandor experienceequivalentto
ASEcertificationin ElectricalandElectronicSystems
(A6), Engine Performance (A8), and Advanced
EnginePerformanceandEmissionsSystems(L1) is
recommended•
Enginemanagementandemissionscontrol systems
operation, testing, and regulations.This course,
togetherwithASEA6, A8, andL1 certifications,satJsfiesthe educationalrequirementsfortheAdvanced
EmissionSpecialistlicenseawardedbytheCalifornia
Departmentof ConsumerAffairs,Bureauof AutomofiveRepair.May betakenfour times.
0948.00
443A BasicCleanAirEmissionControl(2)
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Automotive
Technology423.
Advisory: Trainingand/or experienceequivalentto
ASEcertificationin ElectricalandElectronicSystems
(A6), Engine Performance (A8), and Advanced
431 EngineRebuilding- LowerEngine(5)
EnginePerformanceandEmissionsSystems(L1) is
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory•
recommended•
Providesthe knowledgeandskills neededby auto- Basic engine managementand emissions control
motive machinists.Reconditioningof automotive systems operation,testing, and regulations.This
gasolineand dieselengines,includinginspection, course,togetherwithAUTOTEC-443B
and ASEA6,
measuring,andmachiningof lowerenginecompo- A8, and L1 certifications,satisfiesthe educational
nentsandthe reassemblyof cylinderblocks.Maybe requirementsfor the AdvancedEmissionSpecialist
takenfourtimes.
0948.00 licenseawarded by the CaliforniaDepartmentof
ConsumerAffairs,Bureauof AutomotiveRepair.May
435 HighPerformanceEngineBuildingandBlue- betakenfour tirnes.
0948.00
printing(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory.
443B Advanced
CleanAirEmissionControl(2)
Advisory:CompletionofAutomotiveTechnology430 Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
and431is recommended•
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology443A.
Students develop advancedskills in automotive Advisory: Trainingandor experienceequivalentto
machiningoperations,use of precision measuring ASEcertificationin ElectricalandElectronicSystems
tools,andhighperformanceenginemodificationand (A6), Engine Performance (AS), and Advanced
assembly techniques. Upon completion of this
EnginePerformanceandEmissionsSystems(L1)is
course,studentswill beableto "blueprint"anengine recommended.
to industrystandards.May betakenfour times.
Advancedenginemanagementand emissionscon0948.00 trolsystemsoperation,testing,andregulations.This
course,togetherwith AUTOTEC-443A
and ASEA6,
43g Automotive
EngineDesignandPerformance
(6)
A8, and L1 certifications,satisfiesthe educational
Classhours:6 lecture,
requirements
for the AdvancedEmissionSpecialist
Studyof automotiveenginedesign,focusingon the licenseawardedby the CaliforniaDepartmentof
factorsthataffectperformance.
Topicsinclude:corn- ConsumerAffairs,Bureauof AutomotiveRepair.May
pressionratios,crankshaft,connectingrodandpis- betakenfourtimes.
0948.00
ton design,cylinderheaddesign,enginebalancing,
dynamometer,and intakeand exhausttuningand 4g2A-H Special Topics:AutomotiveTechnology
port design.May betakenfourtimes.
0948.00 (.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
440 ChassisDesignandPerformance
I (6)
Specialinterestlecturecoursein specificautomotive
Classhours:6 lecture,
technologyareas.Topicsvaryandaredeterminedby
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology
420and421.
theinstructor.Seethescheduleof classes
for current
Studyof high performance
productioncarandrace- term emphasis.May require prerequisites
and/or
car chassisand suspensionsystems.Theoryand corequisitesbaseduponthe contentof the course.
explanationof chassissystemlayoutandconstruc- Maybetakenfourtimesregardlessof the unitcorntion. Suspensionand handlingdynamics,automo- bination.However,no single-subject,special-intertire aerodynamics,racecargearing,andhigh speed est classmayberepeated.
0948.00
brakingsystems.Selectionofmaterialsandfabricationof rollbars,interiorsheetmetalassemblies,
and 4g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
othersmall partsandassemblies.Maybetakenfour Automotive
Technology
(.5-6)
times.
0948.00 Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15, or18laboratory.
Specialinterestlaboratorycoursein specificauto441 ChassisDesignandPerformance
II (3)
motivetechnologyareas.Topicsvaryandare deterClasshours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
minedbytheinstructor.Seethescheduleof classes
Prerequisite:AutomotiveTechnology440.
for currenttermemphasis.May requireprerequisites
Buildingand preparation
of racecars for different and/or corequisitesbaseduponthe contentof the
typesof competition.Suspension,
alignment,chas- course.May be takenfour timesregardlessof the
sisconstruction,
engines,andracepreparation.
May unit combination,however,no single-subject,spebetakenfourtimes.
0948.00 cial-interest
classmaybe repeated.
0948.00
99
_l_Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
4gGA,B,C,DInternships
in Automotive
Careers
(1, 2, 3, or4)
Classhours:5, 10, 15, or20 hoursemploymentper
week.
Corequisite:Concurrentenrollmentin any Chaffey
CollegeAutomotiveTechnologycourse.
Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof theAutomotive
Technology
programcoordinatoris required.
Advisory:Completionof AutomotiveTechnology410
is recommended,
Supervisedinternshipin cooperationwith automotiveserviceandrepairemployers.Designedtoapply
knowledgeandlearnnewskills, directlyrelatedto
thestudent'sprogramof study,outsideof the normal
classroomenvironment. Placementis arranged
through the instructor.Participationrequirements
may vary with the job setting.Additionalprerequisites and/or corequisitesmay be required.May be
takenfourtimes,for a maximumofsixunitscredit,
sign of geneticinformation,evolutionaryrelationshipsat the molecularlevel,and recombinant
DNA
techniques.Labandfieldexperiences. 0401.00
10 Concepts
in Biology(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor,
Integratedapproachto the majorbiological
themes
andprinciples
commonto alllivingthings.Thepositionof the humanspeciesin nature.
0401.00
22 HumanPhysiology
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Biology20, and Chemistry9 or 10 or
high schoolchemistry.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANBIOLSEQB= BIOL20 + 22)
The dynamicnatureof life processesin the human
body, includingthe physiologyof the cell andthe
functionsandinterrelations
of thevariousorgansysterns.Labemphasizes
experimentation
andscientific
reasonino.
0410.00
IOL Elementsof BiologyLaboratory
(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Biology10or 12.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Hands-onapproach
totheprinciples
andconceptsof
generalbiologyfor the non-major.
Studentsinvestigatetopicsrangingfromthecellularleveltoecosysterns.Bothlaboratoryandfieldstudiesmaybe used
to explorethe relevanceof biologyto aninformed
23 GeneralMicrobiology(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Biology22, or Biology50 and Chemistry lOor high schoolchemistry.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANBIOL14=BIOL23+23L)
Introduction
to microbiology,
with strongemphasis
on microorganisms
pathogenicto humans.Topics
include:microbialmorphology,
genetics,taxonomy,
BASIC
SKILLS
citizenry.
Evolution,Sex, andBehavior(3)
(SEEMATHEMATICS,
ENGLISH,
READING,
ANDDISABILITY11
Classhours:3 lecture.
PROGRAMS
&SERVICES)
BIOLOGY
(BIOL)
1 GeneralBiology(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor.
A surveyof the biologicalprinciplesthat governliving organismsfrom theircellularto theirecological
organization.Involveslaboratoryand field experiences.Meetsgeneraleducationrequirement.
0401.00
2 Environmental
Biology(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
An overviewof ecosystemstructureand function,
withcriticalevaluationof human-causedecological
problems.Topicsinclude:overpopulation,
resource
depletion,pollution,globalwarming,habitatfragrnentation,and lossof biodiversity.Meetsgeneral
educationrequirement.
0301.00
3 CaliforniaNaturalHistory(4)
Classhours: 3 lecture;3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
An ecologicalintroductionto California'snatural
communities.Lecturetopics include:energetics,
materialscycling,succession,and characteristics
of
naturalcommunities.Laboratorystressesinterrelationshipsamongflora andfauna,geology,and climate, with emphasis on field recognition.This
courseisrecommended
forteacherpreparation,
0408.00
4 FieldBotany(4)
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Thebiologyof Californiaplantcommunitiesemphasizingtaxonomicfield identification,
ecology,and
evolution.
0402.00
5 Introduction
to CellandMolecularBiology(4)
Classhours:3 lecture,3 laboratory.
TransferCredit: CSU;UC.
Providesa basicunderstanding
oftheprocessoflife
at the molecularand cellularlevel. Emphasison
structureand function relationships,molecular
aspectsof.inheritance,
the processingandexpresCATALOG
2005-2006
0401.00
metabolism,and
nismsof controllingmicrobes;
relationshipto
andimmunology.
disease:mecha0403.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Thedynamics,organization,
andevolutionary
origins
of animalsocialstructures,includinghumansoci-
23LGeneralMicrobiology
Laboratory(2)
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Corequisite:Biology23 (maybetakenpreviously).
eties.
the and
selective
pressuresthat
shapeEmphasison
animal behavior
the relationshipsof
behavioraltraitsto the reproductive
successof the
organism.Includesdiscussionof variousformsof
competition,nepotism,and altruisticbehaviorin a
widevarietyofanimalspecies,includinghumans.
0401.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANBIOL14=BIOL23+23L)
Introductionto microbiologylaboratorytechniques.
Methodsof culturing,staining,biochemically
analyzing,andclassifyingmicroorganisms.
0403.00
30 Beginning
MedicalTerminology
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
12 Introduction
toHumanGenetics(3)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Appliedmedicaletymologyincludingthe origin,corTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
rect spelling,pronunciation,meaning,and current
Generalprinciplesof geneticsand reproductionin usageof commonmedicaltermsandtheirapplicawellnessanddisease,asappliedto humans.Topics tionto clinicalrecordsand reports.Emphasison
includetheroleofgeneticsin women'sissues,ethnic roots,prefixes,infixes,suffixes,medicalabbreviadifferences,and psychological
characteristics.
Dis- tigris, symbols, and terms common in patients'
cussionoftheimpactof geneticsandbiotechnology, recordsandlaboratoryreports.
0401.00
0401.00
50 CoreBiology(4)
13 DrugsandSociety(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,3 laboratory.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:EligibilityforMathematics25 as deterTransferCredit:CSU.
minedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or comThe biological,social,and psychologicalirnplica- pletionof Mathematics420.
tions of drug use, misuse,andabusein the United Advisory: Completionof Chemistry 10 is recomStates,pastandpresent.
0401.00 mended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
14 HealthScience(3)
(CANBIOL2)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Comprehensive
introduction
to the essentialprinciTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
piesof biologywithemphasison cellularstructure
Humanhealthandwellness.Topicsinclude:mental and function.Laboratoryincludesinstrumentation,
health;nutrition;abuseof drugs,alcoholandtobacco; experimentaldesign,anddataanalysiscommonin
sexuallytransmitted
diseasesandothercommunica- thebiological
sciences.Recommended
for majorsin
bleandnon-communicable
diseases;
physical
fitness; biologyandrelatedfields.
0401.00
andmanyotheraspectsof positivehealth.Maysatisfy
the healtheducationunit requirement
fora teaching 52 GeneralBotany(5)
credentialinthestateof California.
0837.00 Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Biology50.
20 HumanAnatomy(4)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Seecounselor.
Advisory."Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby (CANBIOL6)
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof Introductionto the developmental
and comparative
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguage450is morphology,function,heredity,physiology,
andevorecommended,
lutionof vascularplantsandbryophytes. 0402.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANBIOLSEQB= BIOL20 + 22)
A systematicstudy of the microscopicand macroscopicstructuresofthe humanbody.Emphasison
cellstructures,skeletal,muscular,
respiratory,
circulatory,nervous,digestive,
excretory,
endocrine,
and
reproductive
systems.Includesclinicalconsiderationsanddisorders
of thesesystems.
0410.00
100
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
55 VertebrateZoology(5)
Classhours:3 lecture;6 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Biology50.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Biolo0yof vertebrateanimalsemphasizingevolut/unaryhistory,reproduction,
growth and development,and a functionalsurvey of organ systems.
Laboratoryincludessections
onhistology,embryology,andacomparative
studyof vertebratesystems,
0407.00
g8A,B,C IndependentStudy:Biology(1,2 or 3)
Classhours:1,2, or 3.
Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor signature is
requiredforregistration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Forthestudentwho iscapableandhasthedesireto
exploreand developan independentprojectin the
biologicalsciences.
Beforeregistering,studentand
instructormustreachagreement
concerningsubject
andscopeof the project.Individualinquiry,special
techniques,and selectedreadingsapply. May be
takenfourtimesregardless
of the unitcombination,
however,noprojectsubjectmayberepeated,
0401.00
56 Invertebrate
Zoology(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite."
Biology50.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Biologyof invertebrate
animalsemphasizing
anatomy,systematics,
ecology,andevolutionary
relation- 423 Introductory
Microbiology
forVocational
ships.Laboratoryisprimarilya surveyof themajor Careers(2.5)
invertebrate
phyla.
0407.00 Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Introductionto the conceptsof aseptictechnique
63 Population
Biology(4)
and microbialcontamination.A surveyof microorClasshours:3lecture;3 laboratoryplus8 hoursspe- ganismsincludingstructureand l/recycles,and of
ciallaboratoryto bescheduled
bytheinstructor,
conceptsrelatedto pathogenesis,
hostdefense,and
Prerequisite."
Biology50.
methodsof control.
0403.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introduction
to the principles,
theories,andmethods 424 Anatomy
andPhysiology
(3) [Cx]
of populationbiology.
0401.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
Humananatomyand physiologywith emphasison
g0 Seminar:Biology(2)
the structuresandfunctionsof the organsystems,
Classhours:2 lecture.
Courseis intendedfor studentsenteringvocational
Prerequisite:Biology50.
programs.
0410.00
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissionis by competitive writtenapplicationclosingFridayof week14of 424L AnatomyandPhysiology
Laboratory(1)
theprecedingterm.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Corequisite:Biology424(maybetakenpreviously).
Seecounselor.
Anatomyandphysiologyof organsystemsfrom cell
Student-oriented
discussionscenteredaroundindi- throughsystemlevels.Computersimulations,iabov/dualpresentations
of previouslyselectedbiological ratoryequipment,dissections,
andotherdiagnostic
concepts,subjects,and materials. May be taken toolsareusedto demonstrateimportantconcepts.
three times, however,no single-subject,special0410.00
interestseminarclassmay berepeated. 0401.00
500 BasicBiologicalConcepts(1)
90A BiologyHonorsSeminar(1)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:1lecture.
Classhours:1 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Seecounselor.
Focusonbasicbiological
concepts.
CourseisintendHonorscomponent
forBiology.
Topicsof interestare edto preparestudentsfor successingeneraleducachosenbythe instructorandstudents,andarepre- t/on sciencecourses or pre-health professional
sentedin a seminarfOrmat.Prerequisitesand/or courses.Emphasison study skillsand testtaking
corequisites
are required.May be takenfour times strategies.
0401.00
withchangein topicemphasis.
0401.00
92A-HSpecialTopics:Biology(.5-6)
Classhours.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3,4, 5 or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Pursuescertainspecializations
in the biological
sciences.Seeclassschedulefor thecurrenttopic.May
55 BroadcastAudioandAnnouncing(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology55)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Principles
ofdigitalaudioproduction,
digitalrecord/no,microphoneuseand placement,
soundeffects,
and music/audiomixing. Practicalexperience
with
microphones,
multi-trackdigital/audio
recordingand
mixing, and control-boardcueing. Digitizingand
mixingcompactdisc,DVD,audio/video,
andanalog
sourceswith music,the spokenword, voice-over
narration,and sound effects.Inte0rationof audio
intodance,film,music,radio,television,andtheatre
productions.Study of EC.C.rulesand regulations
pertinenttothebroadcastindustry.
0604.00
60 TelevisionProduction
(3)
(Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology
60)
Classhours:2 lecture;
3 laboratory.
Advisory.Knowledge
ofkeyboarding
is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Principlesof single-cameravideography,videotape/diskrecording,editing,audio recording,and
mixing.Basicplacement
of videocameras,lighting,
and soundequipment.Introductionto crew pus/tions. ProducingElectronicFieldProduction(EFP),
Electronic News Gathering(ENG), documentary,
event, commercial, public service announcement,
and dramatic projects.Developmentof the fundamentaland comprehensive
skills neededto create
variousshowtypesfortelevisionbroadcast.0604.20
62 Multi-CameraTelevision
Production
(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
62)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory:Possessionof basiccomputerskillsis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Multi-camerastudioandeventproduction,including
television programming concepts, directing,
scriptwriting,and studioand mastercontrol operations. Additionaltopics include: studio lighting
equipmentplacement,lighting board operation,
videosignalengineering,multi-camera
angleediting,
multi-cameraline switchingtechniquesfor live
broadcasts,
andcriticalandappliedaspectsofstudio
configuredcameraoperations.Studentscoordinate
camerasandon-screenperformers,andcollaborate
with studioand mastercontrol-roompersonnel,to
produce,direct,andeditstudioandremotefieldproductions.Maybetaken4 times.
0604.20
65 RadioProduction
(2)
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology65)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory:Possessionof basiccomputerskillsis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
BOTANY
(Formerly
(SEE
BIOLOGY)
BROAD(ASTING
betakenthreetimes regardlessof the unit combinat/on, however,no single-subject,special-interest
(BRDCAST)
topic may be repeated.May require prerequisites
and/or corequisites,based on the content of the 3 Surveyof Broadcasting
andElectronicMedia(3)
course.
0401.00 (Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Biology(.5-6)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6, 9, 12,15, or18 laboratory. Surveyof the history,development,and importance
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
ofradioandtelevisionbroadcasting,
including
interSeecounselor,
nationalevents.Introducesthe aesthetic,cultural,
Topicsofspecialinterestorspecificareasofspecial- political,
social,andtechnical
aspectsoftelecommuizationinbiology,withemphasisonlaboratoryskills, n/cations.Emphasisontheory,research,operations,
procedures,
andtechniquesnotcoveredin the regu- legalandregulatoryissuesof commercial/noncomlar curriculum.Seeclass schedulefor the current mercialbroadcasting,popularmedia,publicaccess,
topic.Maybetakenthreetimesregardlessof theunit Internet,andrelatedemergingtechnologies.
combination,howeverno single-subject,special0604.00
interesttopicmayberepeated.Mayrequireprerequisitesand/orcorequisites,basedonthe contentofthe
course.
0401.00
Productionof various broadcast and automated
mediaprogramming.Applicationof advancedtechniquesin the operationof streamingaudio, digital
multi-trackrecording,editing,and mixing.Studyof
currentFCCrulesandregulations.Studentsexamine
and exploreadvancedconcepts,focusing on aesthetics,announcing,
creativity,
psychoacoustics,
and
sounddesign.Maybetakenfour times.
0604.10
l-
.
- -"
J
CATALOG
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101
.. i
I_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
70 AppliedTelevisionPostproduction(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology7OB)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:Broadcasting62 or 65.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Advancedtelevisioncourse,exposingstudentsto
actualtelevisionandfilmpost-production
situations
and field experiences.
Studentspreparevideotape
(ATSC)broadcasttechnologieswithwidescreencinematography.Emphasis
onaestheticenhancements
in the filmingandeditingof widescreentelevision
programming. Students collaborativelyproduce
and/oredit a high-definitionvideoproject.May be
takenfourtimes.
0604.20
BUSINESS
45 SmallBusiness
Ownership
andManagement(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Conceptsandtechniquesrelatedto theownershipmanagementproblemsof a small firm, from the
viewpointof a presentor potential
traditionaland/or
electronic
commercebusinessowner.The basicsof
locating,financing,merchandising,
buying,pricing,
materialsfor broadcast
anddistribution,
in addition
tospecializing
in particular
productionareas,suchas
(BUS)
camera,audio,production
supervision,
floormanag- (ALSO
SEE
MANAGEMENT)
ing, switching,videocontrol,videotaperecording,
inventoryandcreditcontrol,andpublicandpersonnelrelations.
0506.40
editing,writing,storyboarding,
or field production.
Studentsfrom the photography,graphicarts, and
theatredisciplines
areencouragedto enrollandcontributeto individualproductions.
May be takenfour
times.
0604.20
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Development
offundamental
mathematical
processes relatingto actualbusinessusage.Instructionin
theuseof theelectroniccalculatorisanintegralpart
of coursework.Computations
involvedin accounting, marketing,finance,logisticsmanagement,
and
otherdiscipline
areas.
0501.00
g2A-HSpecialTopics:Broadcasting
(.5-6)
(Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology
92A-H)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3,4, 5 or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
further explorationinthe fieldof broadcasting.Top-
10 Introduction
to Business
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
TheAmericanbusinesssystemin its economicand
socialenvironment.
A conceptualapproachrelating
businessandits legalformsto societyasa whole,
Includesscope,function,and organization
of businesses;fundamentalconcepts,principles,andcontemporary practicesof business; emphasis on
today'sglobalcompetitive
businessenvironment.
0501.00
icswill vary andwill be determinedbythe instructor.
See the schedule of classes for current term
emphases.May betakenfour times regardlessof the
unit combination,however,no single-subject,special interestclassmay berepeated.May requireprerequisites and/or corequisites based upon the
contentof the course.
0604.00
49 Business
Computations
(3)
55 Advertising
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
13 Professional
Selling(3)
Classlecture:31ecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Study of the principlesand techniquesinvolvedin
sellingideas,products,and services,especiallythe
psychologicaland social aspects of persuasion,
Techniquesin preparingandmakingsalespresentations on adirectbasisto manufacturers,distributors
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
and consumers;prospecting,
pre-approach,securBroadcasting
(.5-6)
ing appointments,
customerrelationsand territory
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
92LA-H)
management.
Emphasis
onproblem-solving.
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9, 12, 15,or 18laboratory.
0509.40
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Specialinterestlaboratorycoursefor studentswho 28A BusinessLawI (3)
wishfurtherexploration
inthefield of broadcasting. Classhours:3 lecture,
Topicswill vary and will be determinedby the TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current Seecounselor,
termemphases.May betakenfourtimesregardless (CANBUS8)
ofthe unitcombination,
however,nosingle-subject, Introduction
toprinciplesofAmericanlaw,thefederspecialinterestclassmay berepeated.May require al andstatecourtsystems,and dueprocess.Cornprerequisitesand/or corequisites
basedupon the prehensivetreatmentof contracts;introductionto
contentofthecourse.
0604.00 theUniformCommercial
Code,agency,ethics,torts,
andcriminallawinbusiness.
0505.00
98LA,B,CIndependent
StudyLaboratory:
Historical, economic, social, and psychological
appealof advertising.Practicaland psychological
aspects of product packaging,trademarks, and
color. Productiontechniquesfor the basicadvertising media. Advertising managementtechniques,
campaign scheduling,budgeting,and evaluation.
Careeropportunitiesandtrends.
0509.10
Broadcasting
(1, 2, or 3)
(Formerly
TeledramaticArtsand
Technology98LA,B,C)
Classhours:3, 6,or 9 laboratory.
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor,
Designed
forthecapable
andwell-motivated
student
whowishesto pursueaspecialareaof broadcasting,
or a moreadvancedprojectin broadcasting
thanis
offeredinthe regularprogram.Studentswhoparticipateinthisprogrammusthavecompleted
introduc-
28BBusiness
LawII (3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Business28A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Specialapplications
of businesslawcoveringcornmercialpaper,creditors'
rightsandsecuredtransactions, agency and employment,partnerships,
corporations,
personalandrealproperty,insurance,
estateplanning,
governmental
regulation,
andinternationallaw.
0505.00
Overviewofglobalbusiness
concepts
anddecisionmaking, with an emphasison culturaldifferences.
Analyzethe social, cultural, legal, environmental,
political,technological,andcompetitivetrendswithin internationalbusinessandexaminethe operation
andperformance
of multinational
corporations.
0508.00
tory coursesor haveshowna skill greaterthanthat
necessaryfor completion
of established
curriculum
offerings.The natureandextentof theprojectmust
be determinedby the studentand the instructor
beforethe studentregisters,sincethe extentofthe
projectdetermines
thenumberofunitsallowed.May
betakentwice,regardless
of theunitcombination,
0604.00
40 MarketingPrinciples(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Principles
andmethodsofmarketing
as practiced
by
successfullymanagedbusinessfirms. Courseis
management-oriented,
coveringdemandanalysis,
forecasting,productdevelopment,
pricedetermination,distribution
channels,
materialhandling,
advertising, personalselling,and globaland Internet
marketing.
0509.00
474 High-Delinition
TelevisionProduction
(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory:Basiccomputerskillsarerecommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Visualtheory,techniques,
andmethodology
of highdefinitioncinematography
appliedto the creation
and refinementof dynamictelevisionstories.Integrationof Advanced
Television
SystemsCommittee
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60 Business
Ethics(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Explorationof various theoriesand commonly
occurring business ethics issues. Systems
approaches
for makingbusinessdecisionsthatare
responsible,
practical,and defendable.Benefitsof
implementingvalue-basedbusinessstrategiesto
achievecompetitiveadvantageand profits.Course
focusison systemicimplementation
of ethicaland
sociallyresponsibletools, and the integrationof
ethicsintoworkplaceoperations.
0506.00
61 Introduction
toGlobalBusiness(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
402 Introduction
toImport/Export
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Business61 or equivalent
businessexperience
is recommended.
Importingandexporting,includingessentialterms
and techniques,
organizations,
regulation,
termsof
access,documentation,
shipment,and financing
involvedwith international
movementof merchandise.
0508.00
405 International
Marketing(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Business61 or equivalent
businessexperience
is recommended.
Theoryand practicesof international
marketingto
includemarketentrystrategies,analysisof foreign
markets,cultureand marketing,productdesign,
pricing,distribution,
promotionandsales. 0508.00
[_lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
408 InternationalTradeFinance(3)
the computer,word processing,and disk manageClasshours:3 lecture,
mint. Highlyrecommended
forallcollegestudents.
Advisory:Completionof Business61 or equivalent
0514.00
businessexperience
is recommended.
Sourcesand types of financingincludingtrade 30 Fundamentals
ofMicrosoftWord(1.5)
financesupportrole of commercialbanks,trade Classhours:1.5lecture,
risks,taxsavings,
andtheroleof international
trade Advisory: Knowledgeof keyboarding/typewriting
is
organizations
ininternational
tradefinance.0508.00 recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
410 International
Business
Law(3)
Basic,hands-onintroduction
to MicrosoftWordfor
Classhours:3 lecture.
Windows.Documentpreparation
andformattingof
Advisory:Completionof Business28Aand61 is rec- academicpapers, reports, letters,and resumes,
ommended.
Develop
skillsandliteracyin theWindowsenvironLegalaspectsand ramificationsof international mint: creating,editing,formatting,saving,printing,
trade.Multinational
enterprises,sovereignty,tech- anddiskmanagement.
Highlyrecommended
for all
nology
transfer,arbitration,
negotiation
anddiploma- collegestudents.
0514.00
cy.
0508.00
40A BeginningComputer
Keyboarding
(3)
430 Introduction
to Entrepreneurship
(1.5)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Advisory."Completionof Accountingand Financial Beginningcourse in computerkeyboardingwith
Services465andBusiness45 is recommended,
masteryof thealphabeticandnumerickeyboard
and
Overviewof entrepreneurship.
Emphasison the correcttouch-typing
techniques.Introduction
to the
practical
aspectsof developing
a businessplanand personalcomputer,wordprocessing,diskmanageapplyingthe necessarymethods,techniques,and mint, andformattingof basicdocuments,
business
skillsfor startingandowningan enterprise.Topics letters,andreports.Highlyrecommended
forall colinclude:identification
of trendsand opportunities, legestudents.
Maybe takentwice.
0514.00
marketanalysis,promotional
andsalestactics,evaluatingbusinesslocations
ande-commercepotential, 40B ComputerKeyboarding:
andfinancial
strategies.
0506.40 SpeedandAccuracy
Development
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
435 MarketingandtheLaw(3)
Advisory:Completionof Businessand OfficeTechClasshours:3 lecture,
no/ogles40Ais recommended.
Introduction
to thefundamentals
of legalprinciples TransferCredit:CSU.
relevantto the marketingof goodsand services. Developcomputerliteracy.Analyze,evaluate,and
Impactof thelawon coremarketingactivitiessuch improvekeyboardingspeed and accuracyusing
as productdevelopment,distribution,promotion, touch-typing
techniquesandWindowsapplications,
and sales.Effectof the law on currentmarketing Intensereviewof letters,numbers,
andsymbols,
and
trends.
0509.00 theproduction
of basicreports,businessletters,and
memorandums.
May betakenfourtimes.Proficien492A-RSpecialTopics:Business(.5-6)
cy certificateissuedaftersuccessfulcompletionof
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3,4, 5, or6 lecture,
course.
0514.00
Specializations
in business.Seeclassschedulefor
currenttopics.Maybetakenonlyfourtimesregard- 50 FilingandRecordsManagement(3) [Cx]
lessof the unitcombination.However,no single- Classhours:3 lecture.
subject,specialinterestclasscanbe repeated.
May TransferCredit:CSU.
requirecorequisitesand/orprerequisites
basedon Instructionand practicework involvingbasicfiling
thecontentofthecourse.
0501.00 principles,procedures,andsystems.Emphasison
non-correspondence
records,informationstorage
4g6A,B,G,DInternships
in Business(I,2, 3, or4)
and retrievalsystems. Managementaspectsof
Classhours:5, 10,15, or20 employment
perweek.
recordsretention,disposition,
andtheoperationofa
Corequisite:Concurrentenrollmentin any Chaffey recordsmanagementprogram.
0514.40
Collegecourse,
Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof Businesspro- 6OAMicrosoftOfficeWord- Specialist(3) [Cx]
gramcoordinatoris requiredforregistration.
Classhours:3 lecture,
Supervisedinternshipin cooperation
with private, Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Techpublic, and/or non-profit sector employers, nologies4OAandcompletionof or concurrantenrollDesigned
to applyknowledge
andlearnnewskills, mint in Businessand Office Technologies40B is
directlyrelatedto the student'sprogramof study, recommended,
outsideof the normal classroomenvironment. TransferCredit:CSU.
Placement
isarrangedthrough
theinstructor.
Partic- Hands-on
wordprocessing
usingMicrosoftWordfor
ipationrequirements
mayvarywiththejob setting. Windows.Developpersonalandworkplace
jobskills
Maybetakenfourtimes,fora maximumof sixunits whilebuilding
a foundation
for otherWindowssoftcredit.
0501.00 wareapplications
suchasthe MicrosoftOfficeSuite.
Create,
edit,format,save,print,filemanagement,
the
Internet,shortcuts,and retrievedocuments.Cuetomize and format academicpapers, business
AND
reports,tables,columns,andgraphics.Coursehelps
preparestudentsfor the MicrosoftOfficeSpecialist
BUSINESS
OFFICE
rent enrollmentin BusinessandOffice Technologies
40Bis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
A hands-onapproachto advancedconceptsusing
MicrosoftWord businessapplications:macros,
bookmarks,clipart,borders,forms, table of contents,indexes,the Internet,tablesandcharts,sorts,
columns,merge, styles, and shareddocuments.
Coursehelps preparestudentsfor the Microsoft
OfficeSpecialist(MOS)Word certification
testing.
Computer
labassignments
area requiredpartof this
course.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
61 MicrosoftOfficePowerPoint
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles40Band60Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Thismoduleintegrates
the presentation
application
(PowerPoint)
intotheMicrosoftOfficesuite.Handson introduction
to concepts,terminology,andsoftwareprogramto createelectronic
presentations
for
supportpersonnel
andbusinessmanagers.
Formattingslidetexts,charts,tables,andgraphicsas utilized in business reports and presentations.
Computer
labassignments
arearequiredpartof this
course.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
62 MicrosoftOfficeOutlook(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles40Band60Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Thismoduleintegrates
wordprocessing
(MSWord)
andelectronicinformationmanagement
in the MS
Officesuite. Write,send,andreceivee-mail;calendarappointmentselectronically;
andscheduleconferenceswithmultipleusers.LinkandintegrateMS
Officefiles including
the Internet,launchotherprogramapplications,
andmanageworkflowof tasks.
Advancedmerge,tables,and graphics. Computer
labassignments
arepartofthiscourse.Maybetaken
twice.
0514.00
63 MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Comprehensive
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Businessand Office Technologies40Band60Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Thismoduleintegrates
the spreadsheet
application
(MS Excel)intothe MS Officesuite. Full-featured
spreadsheet
application
softwareofferingcoreand
advanced
concepts.Emphasis
oncreatingformulas,
usingrelativeandabsolutereferences,editingand
formatting,workingwith templatesand chart,wizards, using IF functions,sorting and filtering
records,creatingpivottables,andintegratingwith
MS OfficeSuiteprograms(MS Word).Topicscovered help prepare studentsfor MOS (Microsoft
OfficeSpecialist)
Excelcertification
testing.Computerlabassignments
area requiredpartofthiscourse.
Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
63A MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Specialist(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Technologies4OBand6OAisrecommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Thismoduleintegratesthe spreadsheet
application
TECHNOLOGIES
|BUSOT)
(MOS)
Wordcertificationtesting.Computerassignmints are a requiredpart of this course.May be
(MS Excel)intotheMS Officesuite.Hands-onintroductionto the concepts,terminology,andsoftware.
29 Fundamentals
ofComputerKeyboarding
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Beginning
coursein keyboarding
on the computer
withmasteryofthealphabetic
andnumerickeyboard
andcorrecttouch-typing
techniques.
Introduction
to
takentwice.
A full-featuredspreadsheetapplicationsoftware
offering toolsto enter,analyze,report, and chart
business
data.Computer
assignments
arearequired
partof thiscourse.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
0514.00
BOBMicrosoftOfficeWord- Expert(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Advisory: Completionof Businessand OfficeTechno/ogles40,4and60A,andcompletionof or concur103
iIChal:fey
College
Course
Descriptions
63B MicrosoftOfficeExcel- Expert(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles63Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Full-featured
spreadsheet
MS Excelsoftwareapplication,offeringcoreandadvanced
concepts
inworking with templatesand functions,sorting and
filteringrecords,usinganalysistools,and integratingwith MS OfficeSuiteprograms(MSWord).Topicscoveredwillhelppreparestudentsfor the MOS
(MicrosoftOfficeSpecialist)Excelcertification
testing.Computer
labassignments
area requiredpartof
thiscourse.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
64A MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Specialist(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof Businessand OfficeTechnologies40Band60Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
This module integratesthe databaseapplication
(Access)intothe MicrosoftOfficesuite. Hands-on
introduction
to theconcepts,
terminology,andsoftwareprogramsusedin electronic
filingand records
management.
Createanduseelectronic
databases
in
the paperless,electronicoffice. Createqueries,
designforms andreports.Computerassignments
are a requiredpart of this course.May betaken
twice.
0514.00
64B MicrosoftOfficeAccess- Expert(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Advisory:Completionof Businessand OfficeTechno/ogles64Aisrecommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Full-featured
database
MS Accesssoftwareapplication,offeringcoreandadvanced
concepts
inworking
with databases,
tables,reports,formsand mailing
labels,refiningqueries,and integratingwith MS
OfficeSuiteprograms(MS Word).Topicscovered
will help preparestudentsfor the MOS(Microsoft
OfficeSpecialist)Accesscertification
testing.Cornputer lab assignmentsare a requiredpart of this
course.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
88 WrittenCommunication
forBusiness(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
455,
English450,or Englishasa SecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Studyandapplicationof basicprinciplesfor producing clear, correct, and logically organizedwritten
businesscommunication. Punctuation,capitalization, use of numbers,formats, and pronouncases
will bereviewed.Stresson developingwriting fluency and professionaltone in handlingroutinebusiness communications
including letters,
memorandums,anddirectivesaswellas developing
a personalresume.
0514.00
89 TechnicalReportWritingforBusiness
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:BusinessandOffice Technologies
455,
English450,or Eno/ishasa SecondLanguage450.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles88 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Studyof the principles
andtechniques
of technical
description,
narration,andargumentation.
Includes
research,organization,
preparation,
and presentationof specialized
andtechnicalinformationinreport
or proposalform.Thetopicsof the reportor proposal will be relevantto the student'smajor field of
study.
0514.00
CATALOG
20052006
g8A,B,CIndependent
Study:
BusinessandOfficeTechnologies
(1, 2, 3)
Classhours:1,2, or3 lecture,
Limitation on Enrollment:/nstructor signature is
requiredfor registration,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
well-motivatedstudent.Eachstudentexploresand
developsa projectora paperonanareaof personal
interest.Natureandextentof the projectmust be
decideduponbybothstudentandinstructorbefore
the studentmaysign upfor the course.Typeand
extentof theprojectdetermines
thenumberof units
allowed.Maybetakenthreetimes,regardless
of the
unitcombination.
0514.00
Advisory:Completionof or concurrentenrollmentin
Businessand Office Technologies60A and 455 is
recommended.
Development
of the essentialskillsneededto performproofreading
andtext-editingfunctions
for the
automatedoffice.Emphasisonformatting
andaccuracyof input,usingwordprocessing
softwareand
officereferencemanuals.
0514.00
462A Beginning
MachineTranscription
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof or concurrentenrollmentin
Businessand Office Technologies60Aand 460 is
recommended.
Development
of a marketable
skill in machinetranscription.Emphasisonincreasing
skillsin punctuation,spelling,vocabulary,
andproduction
ofmailable
businesscorrespondence
and reports,usingword
processing
softwareforthemicrocomputer.0514.00
400 JobSearchandInterviewing
Techniques
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Strategiesto organizea jobsearch,preparea marketableresumeand letterof application,createa
careerportfolio,respondto frequentlyaskedinter- 462B Advanced
MachineTranscription(3)
viewquestions,andpracticesuccessful
interviewing Classhours:3 lecture.
techniques.
0514.00 Advisory: Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles455, 460, and 462,4,and completionof
410A MicrosoftOfficePublisher- Specialist(1.5)
Biology30 for medicalemphasismajors,is recomClasshours:1.5lecture.
mended.
Advisory:Completionof Businessand Office Tech- Developmentof advancedproductionskills in
no/ogles60Ais recommended,
machine
transcription
utilizingwordprocessing
soffThismoduleintegrates
thedesktoppublishing
appli- ware.Studentselectsanemphasis
onthegeneralor
cation(MSPublisher)intotheMicrosoftOfficesuite, medicaloffice.Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
Hands-onintroduction
totheconcepts,
terminology,
software,hardware,andusesof desktoppublishing 465A Beginning
Speedwriting
andNotetaking
(3)
for business.Emphasison creating,editing,and Classhours:3 lecture.
printingtext, tables,andgraphics.May be taken Advisory: Typing/keyboardingskiffs are recomtwice.
0614.50 mended.
Theoryandprinciplesof speedwriting
(shorthand),
4lOB MicrosoftOfficePublisher- Expert(1.5)
anabbreviated
writingsystembasedonthelettersof
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
thealphabet.Practiceandvocabulary
development
Advisory: Completionof Businessand OfficeTech- totakeusefulnotesfor the officeandto takedictano/ogles410.4is recommended,
tionat 60 wordsperminutefortwominutes.Maybe
Full-featured
desktoppublishingMS Publishersoft- takentwice.
0514.00
ware applicationofferingcoreandadvancedconcepts.Emphasis
oncreatingstylesheetsandmaster 465B Advanced
SpeedwriUng
andNotetaking(3)
pages,specialeffects,templates,scannedimages, Classhours:3 lecture.
andlongdocuments.
Maybetakentwice. 0614.50 Advisory:Completionof BusinessandOffice Techno/ogles40B,455,and465Ais recommended.
444 ConceptsandTechniques
ofDataEntry(2)
Continuation
of Businessand OfficeTechnologies
Classhours:2lecture.
465A.Completion
ofspeedwriting
principles.
IntenAdvisory: Completionof Businessand OfficeTech- sivespeedbuildingtechniques
to developdictation
nologies 60A and typing speed of 35 words per speedsof 80 wordsper minutefor threeminutes.
minuteis recommended.
Maybetakentwice.
0514.00
Concepts,techniquesand proceduresfor inputting
alphaandalphanumericdataonthe microcomputer. 470 ElectronicOfficeProcedures
(3) [Cx]
Analysisof typesof errorsanddevelopmentof per- Classhours:3 lecture.
centageof accuracyandnumberof keystrokes.May Advisory."Completionof BusinessandOffice Techbe takentwice.
0514.00 nologies60Band460is recommended.
Office professionalduties and responsibilities,the
452 Bookkeeping
Procedures
(3)
organizationof those duties,the personalqualificaClasshours:3 lecture,
tions of the office professional,andbusinessethics
Bookkeepingproceduresusedinservicebusinesses, and etiquette.Office proceduresand practicesare
Preparationfor entry positionsas bookkeeperor discussed
andevaluated.
Emphasis
ontheelectronic
bookkeeping
assistant
andforclericalworkersseek- office,application
software,time-management
techingtoaugmenttheirskills.
0514.00 niques,propertelephone
skills,careerplanning,
and
jobinterviews.
0514.00
455 Fundamentals
of EnglishforBusiness(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
471 Administrative
OfficeManagement
(3)
Studyandreviewof grammar,punctuation,
vocabu- Classhours:3 lecture.
lary,andsentencestructureto preparestudentsfor Introduction
to the studyandapplication
of basic
college-level
andbusiness
writingcourses.Overview principles
formanaging
a business
office.Strategies
of sentence
structure,
paragraphs,
business
vocabu- to maintaina sound,flexible,and dynamicoffice
lary, and basic communicationskills. Practicein organizationwhoseobjectivescorrespondto those
applyingbasictenetsof communicationandcritical- of the firm. Principlesof management
that pertainto
thinking skillsleadingto understandingof business objectivesofthe organization,scopeandassignment
communications.
0514.00 of responsibilities,unity of functions,useof specialization, delegationof authority and responsibility,
460 Proofreading:
Text-Editing
Skills(3)
unity of command,span of control,and centralizaClasshours:3 lecture,
tionor decentralization
of managerial
authority.
0514.40
104
_Chaffey
Coller'e
Course
Descriptions
475 MedicalOfficeProcedures(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Biology30, Businessand
Office Technologies
40A or4OB,and Businessand
OfficeTechnologies
470,is recommended,
Astudyof themedicalfrontofficeassistant's
career,
meetingthepatient,schedulingappointments,
medicalrecords,billingandcollection,
financialrecords,
on codingclinicalinformationfrom medicalrecords,
Introduction
tothe CommonProceduralTerminology (CPT4)containinginstructionin codingprocedures, sequencing,and conventions.Reviewof
proceduralcodesby bodysystem.Codingsoftware
applications
introduced.
0514.20
medicallaw,andethics.
0514.20
477 MedicalInsuranceBilling(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite: Business and Office Technologies:
MedicalCodingandBilling410.
Advisory."Completionof Businessand Office Techno/ogles475is recommended,
Comprehensive
studyof medicalhealthinsurance
billingproceduresincludingcompletingclaimsfor
MediCal,Medicare,statedisability,
workmen's
cornpensation,
andotherthird-partycarriers. 0514.20
CHEMISTRY
(tHEM)
In the GeneralChemistrycourses(Chemistry
21/21L1/21L2andChemistry22/22L1/22L2),having bothlecture andlaboratorycomponentsthat
must betakenconcurrently,a minimumgredeofC
is requiredin all the corequisite-linkedcoursesin
orderto meetcourseandpregram requirements,
If satisfactorygrades(A,B, or C)are earnedin all
of the components,the appropriategrade will be
issuedfor eachcourse./fan unsatisfactorygrade
(Dor F)is earnedin anyof the linkedcourses,the
492A-HSpecialTopics:Business
andOffice
Iowestsubstandardgrade will be issuedfor all
Technologies
(.5-6)
threecourses.If an incomplete(I) is eamedin any
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture,
of the linked courses,the incompletewill be
Specialtopiccoursein specificofficetechnology issuedfor all threecourses.
areas.Topicsidentifiedby the instructor.May be
attemptedonly four times regardlessof the unit 7 Chemistryin Context(4)
combination.However,no single-subject,special- Classhours:31ecture;31aboratory
interestclassmaybe repeated.Mayrequirecorequi- Advisory: Completionof Math 410 or oneyear of
sitesand/orprerequisites
basedonthecontentofthe highschoolalgebrais recommended,
course.
0514.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Introduction
to theidentification
of sourcesandthe
Business
andOfficeTechnologies
(.5-6)
occurrenceof toxicchemicalsin our environment,
Classhours:13, 3,4.5,6, 9, 12,15, or18laboratory, with an emphasison understanding
the natureof
Specialprojectsdesignedto allow capable,well- thesechemicalsin lightof chemicalprinciplesand
motivatedstudents
inthe majortodevelopaproject the interplaybetweenchemicaltechnology
andsociin, or makea reporton,afacetof officetechnology, ety.Laboratoryworkexemplifiesthe principlesand
Student-instructoragreementas to the natureand methodspresentedin lecture.NOTE:Studentswho
extentofthe projectmustbe reachedbeforethe stu- havecourse credit in Chemistry 8 may not take
dentenrolls.Mayrequirecorequisitesand/orprereq- Chemistry7.
1905.00
uisitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse.0514.00
8 WorldofChemistry(3)
496A,B,C,D Internshipsin Businessand Office Classhours:31ecture.
Technologies
(1,2, 3, or4)
Advisory: Completionof Math 410 or oneyear of
Classhours:5, 10, 15, or20 employment
perweek.
high schoolalgebrais recommended,
Corequisite:Concurrentenrollmentin any Business TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit/imitations,
andOfficeTechnologies
course.
Seecounselor.
Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof the Business An introduction
to the identification
of sourcesand
and Office TechnologiesProgram Coordinatoris
occurrence
of toxicchemicalsin our environment,
required,
with an emphasison understanding
the natureof
Advisory: Completionof Businessand OfficeTech- thesechemicalsin lightof chemicalprinciplesand
nologies470is recommended,
theinterplaybetweenchemical
technologyandsociSupervised
internshipin cooperation
withprivateor ety. NOTE:Studentswho havecoursecreditin
publicsectoremployers.Designed
to applyknowl- Chemistry7 maynottakeChemistry
8.
1905.00
edgeandlearnnewskills,directlyrelatedtothestudent'sprogramof study,outsideof the normal 9 HealthScienceChemistry(5)
classroomenvironment. Placementis arranged Classhours:4 lecture;3 laboratory,
through the instructor. Participationrequirements Prerequisite:Mathematics410or oneyear of high
may vary with the job setting.May be taken four schoolalgebra.
times,for amaximumof twelveunitscredit.0514.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
",
Introduction
totheprinciplesof chemistry,including
inorganicchemistry,organicchemistry,and bigchemistry.Topicscoveredincludeatomicstructure,
bondingandnomenclature,
stoichiometry,
gaslaws,
solutions,acids and bases, pH and equilibrium,
organicand biochemical
structureand reactions,
andnuclearchemistry.
1905.00
BUSINESS
ANDOFFICE
TECHNOLOGIES:
MEDICAL
CODING
ANDBILLING
(BUSOTMD)
410 MedicalInsuranceCoding(3)
(Formerly
Business
andOfficeTechnologies476)
Classhours:3lecture,
Prerequisite:Biology30.
Corequisite:Biology424
Beginning
codingclasspresenting
an overviewof
nomenclature
andclassification
systems,
withfocus
CATALOG
2005-2006
10 IntroductoryChemistry
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:Mathematics410 or oneyear of high
schoolalgebra,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
(CANCHEMG)(CANCHEMSEQB=CHEM10+12)
Introduction
to the principlesof chemistryand a
105
studyof someof thecommonelements.Topicscoyered includeatomicstructure,periodictable,gas
laws,solutions,stoichiometry
andchemicalequilibrium.
1905.00
12 Elementary
OrganicandBiochemistry
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Chemistry9 or 10
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
(CANCHEM8) (CANCHEMSEQB= CHEM10+ 12)
Surveycoursein organicandbiochemistry
emphasizingchemistryof cellularand organismalsignificance.Intendedfor, but not restrictedto, transfer
students,such as B.S. in nursing,who requirea
coursein organic/biochemistry
with laboratory.
Not
intended
forsciencemajors.
1905.00
21 GeneralChemistry(3)
(Formerly
thelectureportionof Chemistry
20A)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Chemistryg or 10or highschoo/chemistry, and Mathematics420 or two years of high
schoolalgebra.
Corequisite:Chemistry21Lland21L2.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM2=CHEM21+21L1+21L2)(CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Introductionto the scienceof chemistry.Topics
include:stoichiometry,nomenclature,
atomicstructure, gas laws,periodicproperties,bondingin ionic
compounds, bonding in covalent compounds
(includingvalenceshellelectronicpair repulsion,
valencebondand molecularorbitaltheories),thormochemistry,solutionsandreactionsin solution,
solids,liquids,andsolutionproperties. 1905.00
21L1 GeneralChemistryLaboratoryI (1)
(Formerly
partofthelaboratory
portionofChemistry
2OA)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Chemistry21 and21L2.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM2= CHEM21+ 21L1+ 21L2)(CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Hands-onactivitiesto reinforcelectureconcepts,
developchemicallaboratorytechniques,
andusethe
scientificmethodof inquiry.
1905.00
21L2 GeneralChemistryLaboratoryI (1)
(Former/ypartofthe/aboratoryportionofChemistry2OA)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Chemistry21and21L1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM2=CHEM21+21L1+21L2)(CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Hands-onactivitiesto reinforcelectureconcepts,
developchemicallaboratorytechniques,
andusethe
scientificmethodof inquiry.
1905.00
22 GeneralChemistry(3)
(Formerly
thelecture
portionofChemistry
20B)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Chemistry21, 21L1,and21L2.
Corequisite:Chemistry22L1and22L2.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM4=CHEM22+22L1 +22L2) (CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Continued
studyofthescienceof chemistry.Topics
include:kinetics,equilibria,acids and bases,ionic
equilibriaof weakacidsandbasesand complexes,
electrochemistry,
chemistryof maingroupmetallic
andnon-metallic
elements,chemistryandmetallurgy of transition metals,nuclearchemistry,and an
introductionto organicchemistry.
1905.00
_ljChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
22L1 GeneralChemistryLaboratoryII (1)
(Formerly
partof thelaboratory
portionofChemistry2OB)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Chemistry22 and22L2.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM4=CHEM22+22L1+22L2)(CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Hands-onactivitiesto reinforcelectureconcepts,
developchemicallaboratorytechniques,
andusethe
scientificmethodof inquiry.
1905.00
92LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Chemistry
(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6, 9, 12,15, or18 laboratory,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Topicsofspecialinterestorspecificareasof specializationin chemistrywith emphasison laboratory
skills,procedures,andtechniques
notcoveredin the
regularcurriculum.
1905.00
22L2 GeneralChemistry
Laboratoryll (1)
(Formerly
partofthelaboratory
portionofChemistry
20B)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Chemistry22 and22L1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCHEM4 = CHEM22 +22L1+22L2)(CANSEQ
A=CHEM21+21L1+21L2+22+22L1+22L2)
Hands-onactivitiesto reinforcelectureconcepts,
developchemicallaboratorytechniques,andusethe
scientificmethodof inquiry.
1905.00
CHILDDEVELOPMENT
AND
I:DU(:ATION
((:DE)
Studentsenrolledin two corequisite-linkedcourses consistingof one lecture and one work experience course (i.e. CDE-24and CDE-24W)must
achieveaminimumgradeof "C" inboth coursesto
meetcourseandprogramrequirements.
1 Introductionto PrinciplesandPracticesin Early
70 Quantitative
Analysis(4)
Childhood
(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
Classhours:3 lecture
Prerequisite:Chemistry22,22L1,and22L2.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
culosistest withinthepast12 monthsis required,
(CANCHEM12)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to themethodsof gravimetric,volumet- Historyand philosophyof the care of infantsand
ric andspectrophotometric
analysisandto separa- youngchildren,with emphasison earlychildhood
tion techniques.Designedto meet the normal programs.Surveyof practices,opportunities,confour-unitcourserequirementfor chemistrymajors, cerns, legal requirements, qualifications, and
pre-medstudents,andpre-dentistrystudents.Paral- responsibilitiesof teachers.Knowledgeof specific
lels the quantitativeanalysisusually offeredin the developmental
needsofyoungchildren. 1305.00
sophomoreyearin mostfour-yearcollegesanduniversities.
1905.00 2 ChildGrowthandDevelopment
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture
75A OrganicChemistry(5)
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberClasshours:4 lecture;3 laboratory,
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
Prerequisite:Chemistry22,22L1,and22L2.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Seecounselor,
Study of the chemistryof aliphaticand aromatic (CANFCS14)
hydrocarbonsincludingthetheoryof theirstructure, Examination
of thedevelopmental
yearsfrombirthto
propertiesand reactionsmechanisms.Laboratory early adolescence.Social,emotional,intellectual,
workemphasizesthetechniquesof organicsynthe- and physicalgrowtharestudiedfrom relevanttheosis,purificationandcharacterization.
1905.00 reticalpositions.
1305.00
75BOrganicChemistry(5)
Classhours:4 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Chemistry75A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Continuedstudy of the chemistryof aliphaticand
aromatichydrocarbonsincludingthetheoryof their
structure, propertiesand reactionsmechanisms,
Laboratory work emphasizesthe techniquesof
organicsynthesis,purification
andcharacterization,
1905.00
3 ChildStudyandObservation
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Currentapproaches
forobservingandrecordingthe
behaviorof infantsandyoungchildren,usingvarious
scientifictechniques.Studyand interpretationof
youngchildren's
behaviorfrom perspectives
of child
development
theories.
1305.00
9OA,BChemistryHonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor,
Honorscomponentfor Chemistry.Topicsof interest
are chosenby the instructorand students,andare
presentedin a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
corequisitesare required.May be takenfour times
withchangein topicemphasis.
1905.00
4 Child,Family,andCommunity(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Studyof societyandits impactuponthebehaviorof
young children.Topics include:family structure,
understanding
childrenas a productof theircultural
heritage,anddevelopment
of communityresources
relatingto health,education,welfare,recreational,
religious,andcounseling
organizations. 1305.00
92A-H SpecialTopics:Chemistry(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Topicsof specialinterestor specificareasofspecializationin chemistrynot coveredin the regularcurriculum.May betakenonlythreetimesregardlessof
the unit combination.No single-subject,
specialinterestclassmaybe repeated.
1905.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
5 HealthandSafetyoftheYoungChild(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proofof a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
Advisory: Cardio-PulmonaryResuscitation(CPR)
andfirst aid trainingis recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
106
Basic information on the building of good health
habits,stressingtheimportance
ofgoodnutritionin
the preschoolyears.Importanceof safetyinformationandtraining.Cultivation
of skill in first aid and
recognitionofsymptomsof childhoodcommunicablediseases.Thiscourseisrequiredfor ChildDevelopmentsupervisorypermits.
1305.40
6 TheChildin a MulticunuralSociety(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthe past12 monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Culturaldifferences
and
children and education.SimilaritieS-Resourcestheiravaila
Onto
teachersfor educatingchildrenin a multicultural,
pluralisticsociety.
1305.00
7 Curriculum
Development:
TheCreativeArts(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthe past 12monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto the creativeartsfor youngchildren.
Storytelling, language,visual arts, drama, music,
and danceare examinedas an integralpart of the
child'sworld.Theoriesand techniquesto develop
children'screativeabilitiesare explored.Emphasis
oncreativeprocessesthroughappreciation
of diversity in art and culture.Perspectives
on valuesand
problemsolvingthatengagechildren'sparticipation
at all levels.Maybetakentwice.
1305.00
8 Curriculum
Development:
MathandSciences(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthe past 12monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to howchildrenlearnanddevelopconceptsof mathandscience.Youngchildren'sproblem
solvingabilitiesin regardto mathand thesciences
are examined.Theoriesare reinforcedby activities
designedto practiceskillsineacharea.Piaget'stheDry of children'sconceptdevelopment,right/left
hemispherebrain activity,and learningstrategies
andstylesarealsoexplored.
1305.00
11 ArtforYoungChildren(1)
Classhours:1lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthe past12 monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto the techniquesof usingart media
with youngchildren.Strategiesfor development
of
art appreciation
andskillsin youngchildren.Suggestedactivitieswillbe demonstrated. 1305.40
12 MusicforYoungChildren(1)
Classhours:1lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthe past 12monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto musicactivitiesforyoungchildren.
Singing,useof instrumentsincludingthe autoharp,
andrecordings.
1305.40
13 DanceandRhythmforYoungChildren(1)
Classhours:1lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofofa negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Survey of dancetheory and activitiesthat can be
usedwith young children.Learnhow to provide
rhythm and danceexperiencesin the preschool
classroomthrough third grade. Developskills in
using rhythm instruments,records,body movement, and rhythm activities.Communityresources
areexplored.
1305.40
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
14 Storytelling
forYoungChildren(1)
Classhours:1 lecture,
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast12 monthsis required,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to storytellingtechniques,
storyselection,and evaluationof authorsandillustratorsof
children'sbooksonthe importance
of age-appropriatestorycontent,presentation
methods,andculturallyunbiased
materials.
1305.40
on healthand safety,languagecapability,cognitive g2A-H SpecialTopics:Child Developmentand
development,and physical needs in the learning Education
(.5-6)
environment,as well as development
of effective Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
communication
skills for teachers.Advancedcur- Transfercredit: CSU.
riculumplanningandimplementation
of cognitive, Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswishing
physical,
social,emotional,
cultural,andcreativeand furtherexploration
inspecificareasof childdeveloplanguagearts lesson plans in developmentally meritandeducation.
Topicsare determinedbythe
appropriate
environments,
withfocusonthecreation instructorandcovertherangeof ChildDevelopment
of anunbiased
curriculumandlearning
environment, andEducationcurriculum.
Consultthe scheduleof
1305.80 classesfor currentterm emphasis.May be taken
fourtimesregardless
of theunitcombination,
how18 Schnol-ageChildren:
Curriculum
fnr Beforeand 25W CurriculumTheoryI1: SupervisedOccupa- ever no single-topic,
specialinterestclassmaybe
AfterSchoolCare(3)
tienalWorkExperiencePracticum(1)
repeated.Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequiClasshours:3 lecture.
Classhours:5 supervised
practicuminvariouscom- sitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 1305.00
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- munitychilddevelopment
programs.
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
Corequisite:ChildDevelopment
andEducation25.
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
TransferCredit:CSU.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- ChildDevelopment
andEducation
(.5-6)
Howtoworkwithschool-age
children
in anextended culosistestwithinthe past12 monthsis required.
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18 laboratory.
dayor before-andafter-school
environment;
howto
TransferCredit:CSU.
Transfercredit: CSU.
set uptheenvironment,
chooseactivitiesandinter- Advanced,
supervised
applicationoftheprinciples
of A seriesof specialinterestlaboratorypracticum
actwiththisagegroup.Programming,
curriculum, earlychildhoodgrowthanddevelopment
to student coursesdesigned
to allowstudentsto gainspecific
budgeting
andequipmentwillbeexamined.
1305.50 teaching.Emphasison healthandsafety,language skillswith children.Topicsare determinedby the
capability,cognitivedevelopment,and physical instructorandcovertherangeof ChildDevelopment
23 Introduction
to ChildrenwithSpecialNeeds(3)
needsinthe learningenvironment,
aswellasdevel- and Education
curriculum.
Consultthe scheduleof
Classhours:3 lecture,
opmentof effectivecommunication
skillsfor teach- classesfor currentterm emphasis.May be taken
Prerequisite:ChildDevelopment
andEducation2.
ors. Advanced curriculum planning and four timesregardless
of the unitcombination,
howLimitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- implementation
of cognitive,physical,social,emo- ever no single-topic,special interest laboratory
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
tional,cultural,
andcreativeandlanguage
artslesson practicum
classmayberepeated.
MayrequirecoreqTransferCredit:CSU.
plansin developmentally
appropriateenvironments, uisitesand/orprerequisites
basedon thecontentof
Presentationof different types of physical and withfocusonthe creationof an unbiasedcurriculum the course.
1305.00
behavioraldifficultiesthat interferewithnormalcog- andlearningenvironment.
1305.80
nitive,social,andemotionalgrowth.Recognitionof
409 Curriculum
Development:
thesedifficulties,whereto seekappropriate
profes- 26 Community
InternshipSeminar:ChildDevelop- LanguageandLiterature(3)
signalhelp,andhowtoworkwithspecialneedschil- mentandEducation
(2)
Classhours:3 lecture.
dreninthehomeandintheschool.
1305.20 Classhours:2 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberPrerequisite:ChildDevelopmentand Education25 cu/osistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
24 Curriculum
TheoryI: PrinciplesandPractices(2)
and25W.
Introduction
to howchildrenlearnanddeveloplanClasshours:2 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- guageskills.Considerslearning
theoryandlanguage
Prerequisite:ChildDevelopment
andEducationl. 2. culosistest withinthepast12 monthsis required,
developmentin selectingliteratureand designing
3, and4.
TransferCredit: CSUcredit limitations,
language
arts curriculum.
Examinestherelationship
Corequisite:ChildDevelopment
andEducation24W. Discussion
andevaluationof thecurriculumissues betweenlanguagearts components
and identifies
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- applicable
to eachof thevariedtypesof childdevel- the constituentsof qualityliterature.Discussesthe
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
opmentsites.
1305.80 benefitsofreadingto childrenfroma diversevariety
TransferCredit:CSU.
of literaturegenres,includingmulticulturalpieces
Principlesof earlychildhoodgrowthanddevelop- 50 Administration
ofChildDevelopment
Programs
(3) andbooksaboutlearnerswithspecialneeds.
mentastheyapplyto appropriate
curriculumdesign. Classhours:3 lecture.
1305.00
Curriculumplanningandimplementation
of cogni- Prerequisite:Child Developmentand Education2
tive, physical,social, emotional,cultural, creative, and4.
415 Dynamicsof Play(3)
andlanguagearts lessonplansin developmentally Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- Classhours:3 lecture.
appropriate
environments.
1305.80 culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proof of a negativetuberTransferCredit:CSU.
culosistest withinthe past 12monthsis required.
24W Curriculum
TheoryI: Supervised
Principles,techniques,and methodsnecessaryfor Analysisofthewaysthatplayaffectsthesocial,emoOccupational
WorkExperience
Practicum(1)
the efficientadministrationof programsin early tional,andphysicaldevelopment
of youngchildren,
Classhours:5supervised
practicuminvariouscorn- childhood education. Private nursery schools, includingchildrenwith specialneeds.Methodsof
munitychilddevelopment
programs,
church-sponsored
schools,publiclyfundedday-care analyzingplay activities,designingplay environCorequisite:ChildDevelopment
andEducation24.
programs,HeadStart,andrelatedprograms.Partic- ments,andfacilitatingenhancedplayexperiences
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a negativetuber- ularemphasison programdevelopment,budgeting, areexamined.
1305.00
culosistest withinthe past 12monthsis required,
staff relationships,leadership/supervision,
andgovTransferCredit:CSU.
ernmentalregulations,licensing,andcertification. 416 BrainResearchandthelmplicationslorClassSupervisedoccupational
workexperience
practicum Requiredfor Child DevelopmentSite Supervisor roomTeaching
(3)
demonstrating
principlesof earlychildhoodgrowth and/orProgramDirectorPermit.
1305.80 Classhours:3 lecture.
anddevelopment
to teaching.Curriculum
planning
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberand implementation
of cognitive,physical,social, 58 Parent-Teenlnteraction(3)
culosistest withinthepast12 monthsis required.
emotional,
cultural,creative,
andlanguage
arts les- Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Child Developmentand
son plansin developmentally
appropriateenviron- Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- Education2 is recommended.
merits.
1305.80 cu/osistest withinthepast12 monthsis required.
Introductionto brain physiologyand functioning.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Currentbrain researchandits relevanceto educa25 Curriculum
TheoryI1:Advanced
Principlesand Overviewof the parent-child
relationship
fromearly tionalpracticesandtheguidanceofchildren.
Current
Practices(2)
elementarythrough adolescence.Topics include: brainresearchfindingsin theareasof learningand
Classhours:2 lecture,
stages of adolescent development,interpersonal memory,effectsof stressand drugs,emotionaland
Prerequisite:ChildOevelopment
andEducation24.
communications,limits and guidelinesfor addles- intellectualfunctioning,and gender differencesin
Corequisite:ChildOevelopmentandEducation
25W. cent behavior,andalternativefamilysocialsystems, brain function and behavior.Implicationsof brain
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a negativetuber- Successfulparentingpracticesarediscussed,
research on communicatingand interacting with
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
1305.60 youngchildrenin waysthatelicit positivebehaviors.
TransferCredit:CSU.
1305.00
Advancedprinciplesandpracticesof curriculumtheDryof earlychildhoodgrowthand developmentand
theirapplicationthroughstudentteaching.Emphasis
CATALOG
2005-2006
107
[J_JJ
Charley College
Course
Descriptions
417 School-AgeChildren:
Methodsand principlesof supervisionof student
GrowthandDevelopment
(3)
teachers,assistantteachers,parents,andvolunteers
Classhours:3 lecture
in early childhoodclassrooms.Roleof classroom
Prerequisite:ChildOevelopmentandEducation2.
teacherswho functionas mentors.
1305.80
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proofof a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
680 Parent-Child
Relations(NC)
An examinationof the developmentalyears,from Classhours:Variablearranged,
kindergartento earlyadolescence.
Children'ssocial, Non-CreditCourse
intellectual,
andphysicalgrowthis studiedfrom the Development
of competent
teacherassistingskillsin
perspectives
ofthevarioustheoreticalpositions,
parentsof preschoolchildrenwhoattendday-care
1305.50 centers.Emphasisoninvolvement
intheeducational
process,knowledge
of day-careprooramsand cur428 Home-Based
ChildCare(3)
riculum,the functionof play in the developmental
Classhours:3 lecture,
process,andfamiliaritywithlearningmaterials.May
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- betakenfourtimes.
1305.60
culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
Designedto meetthetrainingneedsof home-based
ch,dcare
providers
Child
development
theories,
as CHINESE
((HIN)
filmmakersthroughoutthe world of film. Developmint of filmas an evolvingart and its impacton
commercialtelevisionand relatedvisual media.
Focuson the specificimpactof world filmmakers,
technicalinnovations,influencesof visual media
techniques
of commercial
filmmaking,andthemethodsoffilmcriticism.
0612.10
26 SurveyofAmericanCinema(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology26)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Theart ofAmericantheatricalfilmsfrom the study
andanalysisof silentclassicsthroughcontemporary
commercialfilms.Viewingfilms, discussion,and
criticallectures.Successiveofferingswill focuson
thestudio,directors,stars,western,musical,gang-
stir,science
fiction,
epic,
experimental
films,
family
wellas licensingrequirements,
businessaspectsof
home-basedchildcare,recordkeeping,incometax
requirements,liabilities,
responsibilities,
and health
and safetyrequirements.
Nutritionalneedsof children,appropriate
discipline,
andthe recognition
and
reportingofchildabusearealsocovered. 1305.00
1 Elementary
MandarinChinese(4)
Classhours:4 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
introductionto MandarinChinese,taughtwithinthe
contextof Chineseculture.Introductionto the cus430A InfantandToddler:GroupCaregivingI (3)
toms, cultural practices,and geographyof China
Classhours:3 lecture
throughlectures,films,web activities,and reading
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofofa negativetuber- assignments.Focuson thefour majorskillsof lanculosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required,
guagelearning- listeningcomprehension,
speaking,
Advisory:ChildDevelopment
andEducation2.
reading,andwriting- andthegrammarandvocabuInfantandtoddler(birth throughthreeyearsof age) larynecessary
to acquiretheseskills.Fourteenhours
development,as reflectedin theory and research ofsupplemental
instruction
in aSuccessCenterthat
findings,includingsocialization,
emotionaldevelop- supportsthiscourseis required.Thiscoursecorremint and temperament.
Appropriatehealth,safety, spondsto thefirstyearof highschoolChinese.
andnutritionalpractices
forenvironments;routines;
1107.00
andculturallysensitivecarefor infantsandtoddlers
arealsocovered.
1305.90 2 Elementary
MandarinChinese(4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
430B InfantandToddler:GroupCaregivinoII (3)
Prerequisite:Chinese1 or oneyear of high school
Classhours:3 lecture
Chinese.
Prerequisite."Child Development and Education TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
430A.
Continuingstudyof MandarinChinese,taughtwithin
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- the context of Chineseculture. Customs,cultural
culosistest withinthepast12 monthsis required,
practices, and geographyof China are explored
Furtherstudy of infantand toddler (birth through throughlectures,films,web activities,and reading
threeyearsof age)development,
asreflectedintheo- assignments.Focusonthe further developmentof
ry and researchfindings,includingcognitive,lan- conversational,
reading,andwritingskills.Reviewof
guage,andbraindevelopment.
Coursealsoincludes basicstructures,andexpandedknowledgeof verbs,
creatingpartnerships
withcoworkersandthechild's grammar,andvocabulary.Emphasis
onthecommufamily to provideinclusivedevelopmentallyappro- nicative approachto languageacquisition, with
priatepractices.
1305.90 emphasison the appreciationof the culture.Fourteenhours of supplementalinstructionin a Success
451 AdvancedAdministrationof ChildDevelop- Centerthatsupportsthiscourseis required.1107.00
mint Programs(3)
Classhours:3 lecture
Prerequisite."
ChildDevelopment
andEducation50.
melodrama,hard-boiled
detective,small film, and
filmnoir.Development
of filmasanevolvingart and
its impactoncommercial
televisionandrelatedvisual media.Furtheremphasisoncommercialfilmmakingandmethodsoffilm criticism.
0612.10
30 CinemaProduction
(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory
TransferCredit:CSU.
Methodology,
theory,andaestheticsof cinematographyfor motion-pictures
andtelevision.Classicfilmmakingtechniquesare combinedwith digitaland/or
filmcameras
andothertechnologies
to achieve
a 'cinematiclook'to assignedprojects.Focusonthetraditionalproduction
phasesof thefilrnmakingprocess,
including
thehiringofpersonnel,
selection
anduseof
tools and techniques,andthe directorialdecisions
involvedto complete
varioustypesof cinematic
productions.Students
produce
andeditprojects.
0612.20
80 Producing
forBroadcast
andCinema(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
808)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:A minimumof 3 unitsin broadcasting
or cinemacoursework,or consentof the instructor.
TransferCredit:CSU.
An in-depthexplorationanddiscussionon producingcontentforthebroadcastandcinemaindustries.
Topicsincludevariousprogrammingin the broadcastingandentertainment
fields.Preparesstudents
to planandachievecareerandeducational
goalsin
broadcasting
andcinemaindustries.
0604.20
92A-HSpecialTopics:Cinema(.5-B)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
92A-H)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3, 4, 5or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Special
interestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistest withinthepast 12 monthsis required,
(INEMA(CINEMA)
further explorationinthe field of cinema.Topicswill
varyandwill bedeterminedbythe instructor.Seethe
Advancedstudy of issuesfacing directorsof Child
DevelopmentandEducationprograms.Examination
andanalysisof newand proposedstateregulations.
introductionto policiesspecificto state fundedprograms, Title 5 regulations,and evaluationof programs
utilizing state
mandates.Developmentof
advocacyskills,
proposals,and
grant writing for
20 Scriptwriting(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Comprehensive
overviewof scriptwritingfor diverse
mediaformats. Studentsemploywriting theory and
critical analysisof classicalliteratureto formulate
scheduleof classesfor currenttermemphases.May
betakenfour times regardlessof the unit combination, however,no single-subject,special interest
class may be repeated.May requireprerequisites
and/orcorequisitesbasedupon the contentof the
course.
0612.00
funding. Emphasison personneladministration,
selection,supervision,
andevaluation.
Thiscourseis
requiredfor theChildDevelopment
CenterSupervisignpermit.
1305.80
story ideas, develop storytelling techniques,
enhance narrativestructure,and write polished
scripts.Scriptwriting
softwareisusedto outline,storyboard,andwritedynamicstoriesfor film, radio,
television,and the performingarts. May be taken
fourtimes.
0601.00
g2LA-HSpeciaITopicsLaboratory:
Cinema(.5-6)
(FormerlyTeledramaticArtsandTeehnology92LA-H)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitalions.
Specialinterestlaboratorycoursefor studentswho
wishfurtherexploration
in thefieldofcinema.Topics
25 SurveyofWorldCinema(3)
willvaryandwillbedetermined
bytheinstructor.
See
thescheduleof classesfor current
termemphases.
May betakenfourtimesregardlessof theunitcorn-
452 Administration
andSupervisionofEarlyChildhoodPersonnel
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite."
ChildDevelopmentand Education50,
and451.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuberculosistestwithinthepast 12monthsis required,
CATALOG
2005-2006
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology25)
Classhours:3
lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Historicalintroduction
to motionpicturesas an art
form, throughthestudyand analysisof significant
108
bination,however,nosingle-subject,specialinterest
classmay be repeated.May requireprerequisites
and/or
baseduponthe contentof
the
course.corequisites
0612.00
I_lIChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
g6A,B,C,DInternships in Cinemaor Broadcasting
(1, 2, 3, or 4)
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
96A,B,C,D)
Class hours: 60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75
hours/term(paid) on-siteworkexperiencefor each
unitof credit,
Prerequisite:Completionof one Cinemaor Broadcastingcourselisted in the Cinemaor Broadcasting
programsof study.
Advisory: Considerablecinema/broadcastingbackgroundandconsentof instructormaysubstitutefor
prerequisitecourse,howevercompletionof cinema
or broadcastingcourseworkin the relevantareaof
internshipis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Supervisedfield experienceinmotionpictures,television,radio,cablestation,or otherbusinessrelated
to the fieldof broadcastingand/orcinema.Courseis
designedto apply knowledgeand learn new skills
outside of the normal classroom environment.
Placement
isarrangedthroughtheinstructor.
Participationrequirements
mayvarywiththesetting.May
betakenfour times,for a maximumof twelveunits
credit.
0604.00
g8LA,B,CIndependent
StudyLaboratory:
Cinema(1,2, or3)
Classhours:3, 6, or9 laboratory.
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
requiredforregistration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor.
Designed
for thecapableandwell-motivated
student
who wishesto pursuestudyof a specificcinema
topic,or a moreadvanced
projectin cinemathanis
offeredin theregularprogram.
Studentswhoparticipateinthisprogrammusthavecompleted
introductory coursesor haveshowna skillgreaterthanthat
necessary
forcompletion
of theclassofferings.The
natureandextentoftheprojectmustbedetermined
bythestudentandinstructor
beforethestudentregistersfortheclass,sincetheextentoftheprojectdeterminesthe numberof unitsallowed.May betaken
twice,regardless
of theunitcombination. 0612.00
COMMUNIEATION
STUDIES
((OMSTD)
2 Fundamentals
ofEffectiveSpeaking(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chafeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANSPCH4)
Emphasison preparingand deliveringa speech
before an audience.Communication
theory and
speechcriticismareincluded
forstudentapplication.
A varietyof situationsare providedto preparethe
studentto speakwithgreaterskillandconfidence,
1506.00
4 Fundamentals
ofInterpersonal
Communication
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:EligibilityforEnglish1Aas determined
bytheChaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU.
(CANSPCH8)
In-depthexploration
of thevariablesof theinterpersonalcommunication
processesas they occurin
day-to-day,
face-to-facehumaninteraction.Current
theoriesof interpersonal
communication
are analyzedandapplied.
1506.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
6 Fundamentalsof Small GroupCommunication(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
Eng/ish450or Eng/ishasa SecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANSPCH10)
Developcompetenceand confidenceas a group
memberandleaderthrougha combination
of theoreticaland practicalknowledgeof smallgroupsin
everydaylife. Studyand practicein variousgroup
activities.
1506.00
8 Fundamentals
ofSpeechCommunication
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determined
bytheChaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof thefundamentalsof humancommunicationastheyoperatein avarietyof contexts:interpersonal, small group,and public speaking.Course
includes
theoriesof rhetoricandcommunication
for
the development
of skillsandunderstanding
of veTbalandnonverbalcommunications.
1506.00
72 Logic andArgumentation(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:English1A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANSPCH6)
Treatment
ofthetheoriesandpractices
of argument,
bothformalandinformal.Emphasis
onlanguage
as
a toolof argument.Fallaciesof reasoning,practical
problem-solving
situations,andsystemsof logic.
Oralexercisesincludingdebate,extensivewriting
requirements
including
advocacy
papers,andanalysisofrefutations
of arguments.
1506.00
74 Intercultural
Communication
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Identification
andanalysisof processes
and problemsof communication
as affectedby differentcultures. Effectsof differencesin attitudes,social
organization,
roleexpectations,
languageand nonverbalbehavior- all of whichareinterrelated.
Principiesof communicationtheory as theyapplyto the
interculturalsetting.May be offeredas an Honors
course.
1506.00
12 MassCommunication
andSociety(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby 76 GenderandCommunication
(3)
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof Classhours:3 lecture.
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguageis rec- Advisory:Completionof CommunicationStudies2,
ommended.
4, 6, or 8,andeligibilityfor English1Aas determined
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
bythe Chaffeyassessmentprocessor completionof
(CANJOUR4)
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450is
Examination
oftheform, content,andconsequence recommended.
of mass communication.
Historicaloverviewand TransferCredit:CSU.
examination
of massmediated
realityusingtheories Examinationof communication
patternsexisting
or rhetoricandsymbolicinteraction.
Specialatten- betweenmalesandfemales.Designedto integrate
tiongivento the impactof bothmediatechnology theory and practice,and to heightenstudents'
andmessagecontenton howwe liveandwhatwe awarenessoftheimportance
of genderasa commubelieveas individualsand as a society.May be nicationvariable.Emphasison perception,verbal
offeredasanHonorscourse.
0610.00 and nonverbalcommunicationin interpersonal,
small groupand publicsettings.Communication
14 OralInterpretation
ofLiterature(3)
problemsrelatingto genderare addressedalong
Classhours:3 lecture,
with listening,assertiveness,
negotiation
andother
Theoretical
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
andpracticalexperience
intheoralinterpretationof prose,poetry,and dramaticliterature.
In-depthstudy of the oral and analyticalskills
requiredtoperformliteratureandofthecriticalskills
requiredto evaluate
oralinterpretation
performance,
Recommended
for studentsofspeechcommunicationstudies,theatre,English,andtheteachingprofessions.
1506.00
conflictmanagement
strategies.
1506.00
90A Communications
HonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:l lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations See
counselor.
Honors componentfor CommunicationStudies.
Topicsof interestare chosenbythe instructorand
students,and are presentedin a seminarformat.
Prerequisitesand/orcorequisitesare required.May
be takenfour timeswith changeintopicemphasis.
1506.00
16 Communications
Studies:Forensics(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory: CommunicationStudies 8 and/or high
schoo/forensicexperienceis recommended.
92A-H SpecialTopics:
TransferCredit:CSU.
Communication
Studies(.5-6)
Preparatoryproceduresfor intercollegiate
forensic Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4,5, or 6 lecture.
competitionand/or public performance,including TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitati°ns"
research
methodsandorganizational
formatsappro- Seecounselor.
priateto individual,
team,and/orcastpresentations. Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor stuPresentation
eventsinclude,
but are
notlimitedto,
debate,
persuasive
speaking,
extemporaneous
speaking,oralinterpretation
of literature,and afterdinnerspeaking.Studentsarerequiredtoparticipate
in intercollegiate
speechtournamentsor otherperformanceactivities.Maybetakenfourtimes,
1506.00
dents who
wish in-depthexploration
of specific
areasof
communication
bothin theoryand
skills.
Topicswill bedeterminedbytheinstructorandwill
coveranappropriate
areaof concentration
withinthe
rangeof communication
arts:communication
theory, interpersonal
communication,
smallgroupcommunication,rhetoricand persuasion.See class
schedulefor emphasis.May be taken four times
regardless
of the unitcombination.
However,
nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmayberepeated.
1506.00
109
I_lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
SOBIntroductionto ComputerNetworksII
4g2A-H SpecialTopics:ComputerInformation
(1.5) [Cx]
Systems(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50A.
Specialtopics in computerinformationsystemsto
TransferCredit:CSU.
takeadvantageofthe students'knowledgeofskillsin
Hands-onintroductionto networkingfundamentals specificcomputerinformationsystemfields. Topics
1 Introductionto ComputerInformationSystems includinginstallationand configuration,administra- will beselectedeachsemesterbythe instructor.May
(3) [Cx]
tivetools,diagnostics,andtroubleshooting.0708.10 betakenfour times,however,nosingle-subject,speClasshours:3 lecture,
cial-interest class may be repeated.May require
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
68 Usingthe Internet(1.5)
, :corequisitesand/orprerequisitesbasedon the conSeecounselor.
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
':.. '. tentofthecourse.
0702.00
(CANCSCI2)
TransferCredit:CSU.
:
": i'_'
Principlesandapplicationsof computers,including Cruisethe information
superhighway.
Topicsinclude 496A,B,C,D Internshipsin':Computer
Information
theirrolein businessandsociety.Designedfor both access,hardware,software,protocols,
UNIX,e-mail, Systems(1,2, 3, or4)...:
ComputerInformationSystemsmajors and non- telnet,newsgroups,
filetransfer,mailinglists,World Classhours:5, 10, 15,.or20 employment
perweek.
majors. Fundamentalsof hardware, applications WideWeb, HTML,and others.Doing researchand Corequisite:Concurrentenrollmentinany Computer
software,storage,operatingsystems,communica- conductingbusinesson the Internetare also cov- InformationSystemscourse.
tions,andthe Internet.
0702.00 ered.
0709.00 Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof the Computer
Information Systems Program Coordinator is
2 Introduction
to BusinessApplicationSoftware 92A-H SpeciaITopics:
required.
(1.5) [Cx]
ComputerInformationSystems(.5-6)
Supervised
internshipin cooperation
withpriL,
ateor
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Classhours:.5,1,1.5, 2, 3,4, 5, or 6 lecture,
publicsectoremployers.Designedto apply,knowlTransferCredit:CSU.
TransferCredit:CSU.
edgeandlearnnewskillsdirectlyrelatedto,thestuIntroduction
to operatingsystems,wordprocessing, Specialinterestlecturecourseforstudentswhowish dent's program of study outside of the normal
spreadsheet,
databasemanagement,and presenta- further explorationin specificareas of computer classroomenvironment.Placementis arranged
tion applicationsusing microcomputers.May be informationsystems. Topicsvary and are deter- throughthe instructor.Participationrequirements
takenthreetimes.
0702.00 minedbytheinstructor.Seethescheduleof classes may vary with the job setting.May be takenupto
forcurrenttermemphases.
May betakenfour times fourtimes,for a maximumoftwelveunitscredit.
4 Fundamentals
ofMicrosoftWindows
(1.5) [Cx]
regardlessof theunitcombination,
however,nosin0702.00
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
gle-subject,specialinterestclassmay be repeated.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Mayrequireprerequisites
and/orcorequisitesbased
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS=
CORE
(cls)
tion,
anduseof
the graphical
peratingsystem.May
Hands-on
introductionto
theoterminology,applicabetakenfourtimes.
0702.00
15 MicrosoftAccessDatabaseDesignandDevelopment(3)
[Cx]
Classhours:31ecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerlnformationSystems1.
TransferCredit:CSU.
MicrosoftAccessdatabasedesignanddevelopment
fordatabaseadministratorsresponsiblefor company-widedatabaseaccessandcontrol.May betaken
fourtimes.
0707.20
30A Introduction
to Telecommunications
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50 or
50B.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to thefundamentals
of telecommunicatigris.Topicsinclude:digital,analog,bandwidth,
protocols,LANS,MANS,WANS,telephonesystemsand
cabling,networkserviceproviders,laws,and startdards.
0934.30
50 Introduction
toComputerNetworks(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto networkingfundamentals.Topics
include: theory, terminology, NetworkOperating
Systems,the OSI model, protocols,and security,
Hands-oninstructionin the installation,configuration,administration,
diagnostics,andtrouble-shooting of computernetworks.
0708.10
50A Introduction
toComputerNetworksI (1.5) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto basic networkingterminologyand
theory, includingNetworkOperatingSystems,the
OSImodel,andprotocols.
0708.10
CATALOG
2005-2006
uponthe contentofthe course.
0702.00
420 Computer
SecurityBasics(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Introductionto securityissues affectingindividual
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS:
CIS(O
INTERNETWORKING
(clsco)
computers
andInternet
access.Pprograms,
rotectionstrategies
from
viruses,
Trojan-Horse
e-mail
attacks,and otherforms of intrusion.Selection,
installation,
and useof anti-virussoftware.May be 1 CiscoInternetworking
I (4)
takenthreetimes.
0701.00 Classhours:4 lecture.
Advisory."
Completionof ComputerInformationSys431 ProjectManagement
forInformation
terns1is recommended.
Technology
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU
Classhours:3 lecture.
Firstin a four-coursesequencethat qualifiesstuPrerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
dentsto takethe CiscoCCNAexamination.
Topics
Fundamentals
of projectmanagement
appliedtothe include:hardwaretroubleshootingreview,the OSI
fieldof informationtechnologyusingcurrentproject model,LocalArea Networks,media,connections,
managementsoftware.Topicsinclude:creatingtask network design and documentation,basic cable
lists; setting up resources;developing,formatting, installation,routing,andaddressing.May be taken
andprintingtheprojectplan;organizingandformat- threetimes.
0708.00
ting projectdetails;trackingprogress;measuring
performance;and reportingprojectstatus.May be 2 CiscoInternetworking
II (4)
takenfourtimes.
0702.10 Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Cisco
435 Fundamentals
ofMicrosoftVisio(1.5)
Intemetworking1.
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU
Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformationSys- Secondin afour-coursesequencethatqualifiesstutemsI is recommended,
dentsto takethe CiscoCCNAexamination.Topics
Fundamentals
ofthepopulardiagrammingsoftware include:routerconfiguration,
CLI, lOS,IP addressusedforbusinessandinformationtechnology.Plan, ing, and networktrouble-shooting.May be taken
create,andcustomize
flowcharts,projectschedules, threetimes.
0708.00
organizationcharts, office layouts,network and
otherIT diagrams,andtemplates.Maybe takenfour 3 CiscoInternetworkino
III (4)
times.
0702.10 Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Cisco
470 ElectronicCommerce(1.5)
Intemetworking2.
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU
Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformationSys- Third in a four-coursesequencethat qualifiesstutems68 is recommended,
dentsto takethe CiscoCCNAexamination.Topics
Introduction
to thetheoryandpracticeofconducting include:LAN switchingand design,Virtual LANs,
businessovertheInternet.Topicsinclude:electronic IGRP,Accesscontrollists, and networkmanageversustraditional
commerce,electronicdatatrans- ment.May betakenthreetimes.
0708.00
missiontechnologies,
hardware,software,security,
paymentsystems,electronicdatainterchange,
and
newtechnologiesastheyemerge.
0709.10
110
/[]lChaffeY College
Course
Descriptions
4 CiscoInternetworking
IV (4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite."
ComputerInformationSystems."
Cisco
Internetworking3.
TransferCredit:CSU
Finalcoursein afour-coursesequencethatqualifies
studentstotaketheCiscoCCNAexamination.
Topics
include:Wide Area Network design,PPP, ISDN,
Framerelay,and CCNAcertificationexam review,
Maybetakenthreetimes.
0708.00
415 CiscoInternetworking
V(4)
Classhours:4 lecture
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Cisco
Intemetworking4.
4g2A-H SpecialTopics:CISCiscoInternetworking
(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture,
Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
furtherexplorationin specificareasof CiscoInternetworking.Topicsvary andare determinedby the
instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current
termemphases.
May be takenfourtimesregardless
of theunit combination,
however,nosingle-subject,
specialinterestclassmay be repeated.May require
prerequisitesand/or corequisJtesbased uponthe
contentof the course.
0708.00
Advisory:
Passing
oftheCCNA
examination
may COMPUTER
INFORMATION
substitutefor CiscoIntemetworking4.
Advanced routing configuration course. Topics
include: overview of scalable internetworks,
tificationexams.Subjectsincludeoperatingsystem
basics,safety,customerrelations,and a reviewof
computerhardwareissues.The A+ Certification
exams are administeredby independenttesting
organizations.
May betakentwice.
0708.20
410 DesldopSupportCertificationPreparation(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite."
ComputerInformationSystems:HardwareandSupport4Ol.
Resolvingend-userproblemsthrough configuring
andtroubleshooting
the currentMicrosoftOperating
System,hardwaredevicesanddrivers,networkprotocols,andapplicationprograms.Helpspreparestudentsfor the MicrosoftCertifiedDesktopSupport
Technician
(MCOST)
certification
exam,
which
is
administeredby an outsideagency.May be taken
fourtimes.
0708.20
SYSTEMS:
GAME
DeVeLOPMeNT
advancedIP addressmanagement,routing protocols overview,OSPFin single and multipleareas,
(CISGAME)
configuringBGPandEIGRP,
andmanagingIPtraffic.
Qualifiesstudentsto taketheCiscoLevel5 examina- 401 Fundamentals
ofGameDevelopment
(1.5)
tion.Maybe takenthreetimesasCiscocertification Classhours:1.5lecture,
requirements
change.
0708.00 Advisory."Completionof ComputerInformation
Systems1is recommended,
416 CiscoInternetworking
VI (4)
Introductionto game development.
Topicsinclude:
Classhours:4 lecture
history,hardware,graphics,sound, game genres,
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
designelements,game generationsoftware,game
Prerequisite."
ComputerInformationSystems:Cisco programming,and availablecareersin gamedevelIntemetworking4.
opment.May betakenfourtimes.
0707.10
Advisory: Passingof the CCNAexaminationmay
substitutefor CiscoIntemetworking4.
403 Fundamentals
of GameProoramming
(3)
Remote accesscourse coveringskills neededto Classhours:3 lecture.
incorporatebranch locations,remote sites, and Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformation
telecommuters
intoanetwork.Topicsinclude:build- Systems."
GameDevelopment
401is recommended,
ing Ciscoremoteaccessnetworks(BCRAN),asyn- Introduction
to gameprogrammingusinga popular
chronousmodems,X.25, ISDN,dial on demand computergameprogramminglanguage.Fundamenrouting (DDR). and frame technologies.Qualifies talsof planning,syntax,logic,testing,debugging,
studentsto takethe CiscoLevel6 examination.May anddocumentationinthe developmentofcomputer
be takenthreetimesas Ciscocertification
require- games.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0707.10
meritschange.
0708.00
420 GameDevelopment
UsingFlash(3)
417 CisceInternetworkino
VII (4)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:4 lecture
Prerequisite."
ComputerInformationSystems."
Game
Development
401andComputerInformation
420 ComputerMaintenancefor the Homeand
Small BusinessUser(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
An introductory,
hands-oncoursein upgrading,troubleshooting,andmaintaining
thehomeor smallbusinesscomputer.Topicsinclude:computerbasicsand
terminology;determiningwhenand howto upgrade
the motherboard;addingdrives, expansioncards,
memory,peripherals,
andothersystemcomponents;
useof utilityandanti-virussoftware;andsafetyprocedures.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0708.20
4g2A-HSpecialTopics:
CISHardwareandSupport(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Special
interestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
further explorationin specificareas of computer
hardwareand support.Topicsvary and are determinedbytheinstructor.Seethescheduleof classes
for currenttermemphases.Maybetakenfour times
regardless
of theunitcombination,however,nosingle-subject,specialinterestclassmay be repeated.
May requireprerequisites
and/orcorequisites
based
uponthecontentofthe course.
0708.20
IntemetworkingPrerequisite:
Computer4.
InformationSystems:Cisco
Advisory."Passingof the CCNAexaminationmay
Systems:Internetand WebDevelopment
420A.
Gamedevelopmentusing MacromediaFlash.Topics
(OMPUTERINFORMATION
substitutefor Ciscolnternetworking4.
Advancedswitchingclasscoveringskills neededto
include:fundamentalsof games and logic, game
development,positioning and movementof ele-
SYSTEMS:
build,
maintain,and troubleshootswitchedcampus
networks.Topicsinclude:building
Ciscomultilayer
switched networks (BCMSN),use of routing and
switching technologies together, virtual LANs
(VLANs),multicasts,HSRP,and accesscontrol.
Qualifiesstudentsto taketheCiscoLevel7 examination. Maybe takenthreetimesasCiscocertification
mentswithsound,
Flash,collision
detectionand reaction,
graphics,
animations,ActionScriptfor
the
creationof gamesand user interfaces,andtesting
anddebuggingprojects.Maybetakenfour times.
0707.10
DEVeLOPMeNT
requirements
change.
0708.00
418 CiscoInternetwerking
VIII (4)
Classhours:4 lecture
Courseis offeredonlyon acredit/nocreditbasis,
Prerequisite:
Computer
InformationSystems."
Cisco
Internetworking
4.
WEB
((ISIWEB)
COMPUTER
INFORMATION_ransfer_
3-_'d'Ls'l_y
SYSTEMS:
HARDWARE
AND
SUPPOR
T ((ISHDSP)
401 Microcomputer
Hardware(3)[Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
Set-up,troubleshooting,
andanalysisof microcomputersandrelatedequipment.
Troubleshootingtechniques, configuring(upgradino)computers,and
interaction
betweenhardwareand software.
May be
takenthreetimes.
0708.20
Ciscocertificationrequirementschange.
405 A+CertificationPreparation(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformationSystems:HardwareandSupport401is recommended,
A practicalcourseto preparestudentsforthe A+Cer-
CATALOG
2005-2006
AND
70 CreatingWebPageswith HTML(1.5) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Advisory."
Completionof ComputerInformation
S_m__ fir i_ mcqO2._ended.
Advisory: Passingof the CCNAexaminationmay
substitutefor CiscoIntemetworking4.
Troubleshooting
class coveringskills neededto
baselineand maintainCiscoroutedand switched
networks, to include Cisco InternetworkTroubleshooting (CIT). Protocols and technologies
include:
Ethernet,FastEthernet,
TokenRing,Frame
Relay,andISDN.Qualifies
students
to taketheCisco
Level8 examination.May be takenthree times as
0708.00
INTeRNET
111
of the HTML(HypertextMarkupLanguage) anditsusein thedevelopment
of Webcontent.Coursealsoincludesanintroductionto the next
generationof HTML,which is XHTML(eXtensible
HypertextMarkup
Language).May be taken
four
times.
0707.10
g2A-HSpecialTopics:
CISInternetandWebDevelopment(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Special
interestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
further explorationin specificareasof Internetand
Webdevelopment.
Topicsvary andare determined
bytheinstructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current term emphases.May be taken four times
regardlessof the unit combination,however,no single-subject,specialinterestclassmay be repeated.
Mayrequireprerequisitesand/orcorequisitesbased
uponthe contentof the course.
0707.10
I[]lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
410 WebMasterTools(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Advisory: Completion of Computer Information
Systems:Internetand WebDevelopment70 is recommended.
Toolsusedby theWebmasterto developandadminister.an Intranet/InternetWebsite.Topics include
advancedHTMLprogramming,JavaScript,Dynamic
HTML,XML, Publishing,andothers. May be taken
threetimes.
0709.00
Advancedconceptsin ExtensibleMarkupLanguage
(XML) programming.Topicsinclude:VectorMarkup
Language(VML),SynchronizedMultimediaIntegration Language (SMIL), CascadingStyle Sheets
(CSS),data binding, MathML,and channeldefinition. Maybetakenthreetimes.
0707.10
420A WebDevelopment:Flash(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof ComputerInformationSysterns:Intemetand WebDevelopment70 is recom412A WebDevelopment:
mended.
MicrosoftFrontPage(1.5)
Web developmentusing MacromediaFlash.Topics
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
include: Flashmovie basics,the toolbox, symbols,
Principlesof the Website creationandmanagement libraries,buttons,tweening,masking,sound, pubtool. Applicationof FrontPageto create,manage, lishing, and integrationwith HTMLand other Web
andpublishwebsites.Maybetakenthreetimes,
development tools. ActionScript programming,
0709.00 interactivity,form development,and usewith other
languages.Maybetakenfour times.
0709.00
412B WebDevelopment:
Advanced
MicrosoftFrontPage(1.5)
420B WebDevelopment:
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
FlashActionScript
Programming
(3)
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Inter- Classhours:3 lecture.
net and WebDevelopment412A.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:InterAdvancedconceptsin the use of Microsoft Front- netand WebDevelopment
420A.
Page.Topicsinclude:managingthe site ona server, WebdevelopmentusingActionScriptfor Macromesource control, creatinga discussiongroup, con- dinFlash,to createweb-basedapplicationsandpronectingto andqueryingadatabase,processingdata, grams. Topics include: ActionScript and object
modifyingHTML,andworkingwith MicrosoftOffice orientedprogrammingbasics(variables,operators,
componentsandCascadingStyleSheets(CSS).May conditionals,functions, methods, classes, inheribetakenthreetimes.
0709.00 tance); working with arrays, objects, and movie
clips; user input; interactivity; Dynamic data
414 JavaScriptProgramming
(3)
exchange;serversidescripting;andusingXMLwith
Classhours:3 lecture.
Flash.Maybe takenfour times.
0707.10
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Internetand WebDevelopment70.
423 WebDevelopment:Dreamweaver(3)
Principles of JavaScript programming. Topics Classhours:3 lecture,
include:integratingJavaScriptand HTML;creating Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformationSyspop-up windows; addingscrolling messages;vail- terns: Intemetand WebDevelopment70 is recomdatingforms; enhancingthe useof imagesandform mended,
objects;working with cookies,arrays,and frames; Principlesof Webdevelopmentusing Macromedia
and developingan electroniccommerceshopping Dreamweaver.Topics include: the Dreamweaver
cartapplication.
0707.10 interface,the object paneland other tools, HTML
integrationand editing, images,text, linking, lists,
414A JavaScriptProgramming
1(1.5)
tables, tracing images, layers, frames, rollovers,
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
CascadingStyle Sheets(CSS), DynamicHTML,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Inter- forms,publishing,Fireworks,
andFlashfiles.Maybe
netand WebDevelopment70.
takenfourtimes.
0709.00
Introduction to JavaScript programming.Topics
includeintegratingJavaScriptand HTML, creating 423A WebDevelopment:
Droamweaver
I (1.5)
pop-up windows, adding scrolling messages,vail- Classhours:1.5 lecture,
datingforms,andenhancingthe use of imagesand Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Interform objects.
0707.10 netand WebDevelopment70.
Introductoryprinciplesof Webdevelopmentusing
414B JavaScriptProgramming
II (1.5)
Macromedia Dreamweaver.Topics include: the
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Dreamweaverinterface,the objectpaneland other
Prerequisite:ComputerInformation-Systems:Inter- tools, HTML integrationand editing, images,text,
netand WebDevelopment
414A.....
linking,lists, andtables.Maybetakenfour times.
gramming
languagein the developmentof
Web
Using advancedconceptsof
the JavaScriptpro0709.00
pages.Topicsinclude:workingwith cookies,arrays, 423B WebDevelopment:
DreamweaverII (1.5)
and frames;and the developmentof an electronic Classhours:1.5 lecture.
commerceshoppingcartapplication.
0707.10 Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems."
Internet andWebDevelopment
423A.
416A XMLProgrammingI (1.5)
Continuationof the principlesof Webdevelopment
Classhours:1.5lecture
using MacromediaDreamweaver.Topicsinclude:
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Inter- tracingimages,layers,frames,rollovers,Cascading
net andWebDevelopment70.
StyleSheets(CSS),DynamicHTML,forms,publishIntroductionto ExtensibleMarkupLanguage(XML) ing, Fireworks,andFlashfiles.May betaken4 times.
programming. Topics include: XML components,
0709.00
creation and editing software, DTDs, schemas,
transformations,linking,andXHTML.May betaken 430A WebDevelopment:
threetimes.
0707.10 CGI/PerlProgramming
I (1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture
416B XMLProgrammingll(1.5)
Advisory:Completionof ComputerlnformationSysClasshours:1.5lecture
toms:Internetand WebDevelopment70 is recomPrerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Inter- mended.
net and WebDevelopment416A.
CATALOG
20052006
112
Introductionto the useof Perlin creatingCommon
GatewayInterface(CGI)programs,dynamicpages,
and informationprocessingthrough a Web server.
Topicsinclude:Perl syntax,Webservers,CGIProgram Interface,parsinganddecodingCGIinputas
userdata, scalars,arrays,hashes,andtesting and
debugging.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0709.00
432A WebDevelopment:
ActiveServerPagesI(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture
Advisory:Completion
of Computer
Information
Systems:
IntemetandWebDevelopment
70is recommended.
Introductionto the developmentof Active Server
Pages(ASP).Topicsinclude:VBScript,basicprogramstructures,datatypesandvariables,error handling and debugging, server objects and
components,and data-drivenapplications. Maybe
takenthreetimes.
0707.10
434 WebDevelopment:
Cascading
StyleSheets(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture
Advisory:Completion
of Computer
Information
Systems:
IntemetandWebDevelopment
70is recommended.
Useof CascadingStyleSheets(CSS)in the developmentofWebpagesto formattext, links,fonts, backgrounds,colors,andpositionobjects.CombineCSS,
HTML, and other componentsto create Dynamic
HTML (DHTML)interactivepage effects, such as
drop-downnavigation.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0709.00
436AWebDevelopment:
PHPProgramming
l (1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture
Advisory:Completion
of Computer
Information
Systems:
IntemetandWebDevelopment
70is recommended.
BuildingWeb-basedapplicationsusing PHPin conjunctionwith MySQLto createdatabase-driven
Web
sites.Topicsinclude:introductionto PHPandsyntax,configuringa Webserverfor usewith PHP,programmingin PHPusing basicscriptingandlooping,
conditionalconstructs,functions,operators,arrays,
databasesanddatafiles,e-mail,forms,andcookies.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
0709.00
492A-HSpecialTopics:
CISInternetandWebDevelopment
(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
further explorationin specificareasof Internetand
Webdevelopment.Topicsvary and are determined
bythe instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesforcurrent term emphases. May be taken four times
regardlessof the unit combination,however,no single-subject,specialinterestclassmay be repeated.
May requireprerequisitesand/orcorequisitesbased
uponthe contentof the course.
0709.00
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS:
NETWORKING
(CISNTWK)
11 MicrosoftNetworkServer(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50 or
50B.
TransferCredit:CSU.
In-depthstudyof Microsoftnetworkserversoftware
andthe administrationof a network.Topicsinclude:
installationand configuration,active directory,file
systemmanagement,and security. Helpsprepare
students for the Microsoft Certified Professional
(MCP) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
(MCSE)exams.Maybetakenfour times. 0708.10
I-_Chaffey
College
r
Course
Descriptions
g2A-H SpecialTopics:CISNetworking(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Special
interestlecture
courseforstudents
whowish
furtherexploration
in specificareasof computernetworking.Topicsvaryand are determinedby the
instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current
termemphases.
Maybetakenfourtimesregardless
ofthe unitcombination,
however,
nosingle-subject,
specialinterestclassmayberepeated.Mayrequire
prerequisites
and/or corequisites
basedupon the
contentof thecourse.
0708.10
401 Network+
Examination
Preparation
(.5)
Classhours: .5lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50 or
50B.
A practicalcourseto preparestudentsfortheComp
TIA Network+ certification examination.Topics
include:logicalandphysicaltopologies,TCP/IPand
other protocols, network components,the OSI
model, access,and generalnetworktroubleshooting. Maybetakenthreetimes.
0708.10
410 MicrosoftNetworkClient(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50 or
50B.
In-depthstudyofMicrosoftnetworkclientoperating
systemsoftware.Topicsinclude:installationand
Certified Professional(MCP), Microsoft Certified Windows Server.Topics include: security risks,
SystemsAdministrator
(MCSA),andMicrosoftCerti- authentication
protocols,
domains,trees,PKIsecurifledSystemsEngineer
(MCSE)exams.Maybetaken ty enhancements,
DNSandDHCPsecurityfeatures,
fourtimes.
0708.00 remoteaccess,andInternetusagepolicies.Helps
preparestudents
fortheMicrosoftSecuritycertifica420 Installinga Homeand/orSmallBusinessNet- tionexaminations.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
work(1.5)
0708.10
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Basichands-oncourseoninstalling
a homeand/ora 447 LinuxSecurityAdministration
(3)
smallbusinessnetwork.Increaseproductivityby Classhours:3 lecture.
establishing
a networkto sharehardware,
software, Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems: Netand Internetconnections.
Additionaltopicsinclude: working430.
remoteaccess,networksecurity,broadband,and Linuxnetworking
andsecurityfundamentals,
includwiredversuswirelessnetworks.Maybetakenthree ing firewalls,encryption,and networkintrusion
times.
0708.10 detection.Focusonproblem-solving
throughhandsonexperience.Maybetakenthreetimes. 0708.10
430 Fundamentals
ofLinux(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
492A-H SpecialTopics:CISNetworking
(.5-6)
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystemsI.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
Fundamentalconceptsof the Linux operatingsys- Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
tern.Topicsinclude:designandphilosophyof open- further explorationinspecificareasofcomputernetsource software, installation and initial working. Topics vary and are determinedby the
. configuration,basiccommandsandconcepts,man- instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current
agingfile systems,editorsand text tools, graphical term emphases.May betakenfour times regardless
userinterfaces,
andmiscellaneous
applications.
May of the unit combination,
however,nosingle-subject,
betakenthreetimes.
0708.10 specialinterestclassmaybe repeated.Mayrequire
prerequisitesand/or corequisitesbaseduponthe
440 Introduction
to NetworkSecurityAdministra- contentof thecourse.
0708.10
tion(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
andC°nfigurati°n'services,
administratiOnHelps
prepare°f
userSstudentsand
forgr°ups'the
50B.Prerequisite"
ComputerInformationSystems50 or
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
exams.May betakenfourtimes.
0708.10
SYSTEMS;
PRuuRAMMING
412 MicrosoftNetworkDirectoryServices(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformation Systems:Networking11.
Overviewof Microsoftnetworkdirectoryservices,
focusingon networksecurityandresourcemanagement.Helpspreparestudents
fortheMicrosoftCertifled Professional(MCP) and MicrosoftCertified
SystemsEngineer
(MCSE)exams.Maybetakenfour
times.
0708.10
413 TCP/IP(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems50 or
50B.
Study of TransmissionControlProtocol/Internet
Protocol(TCP/IP)andits implementation
onvarious
operatingsystems.Helpspreparestudentsfor the
MicrosoftCertifiedProfessional
(MCP),Microsoft
CertifiedSystemsEngineer(MCSE),andCompTIA
exams.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0708.10
414 Managing
a MicrnsoftNetworkEnvironment
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
Networking11.
Advanced
studyofthemanagement
andsupportof a
Microsoftnetworkenvironment.
HelpspreparestudentsfortheMicrosoftCertifiedProfessional
(MCP),
MicrosoftCertifiedSystemsAdministrator
(MCSA),
andMicrosoftCertifiedSystemsEngineer(MCSE)
exams.Maybetakenfourtimes.
0708.10
415 Administering
a MicrosoftNetwork
Infrastructure
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:Networking11.
Advancedstudy in designing,using, maintaining,
and troubleshootingthe Microsoft network infrastructure.Helpspreparestudentsfor the Microsoft
CATALOG
2005-2006
Fundamentals
of networksecurityforthenetworking
_,_
professional.Topicsinclude:authentication,attack
types,threatsandcountermeasures,
intrusiondetectionsystems,firewalls,physicalsecurityconcepts, ((:ISPROG)
securitypolicies,disasterrecovery,and computer
forensics.Helpspreparestudentsfor the CompTIA 1 Introduction
to Computer
Programming
(3) [Cx]
Security+certificationexamination.May be taken Classhours:3lecture.
threetimes.
0708.10 Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
441 FirewallsandNetworkSecurityAdministra- Introduction
tothe principles
of computer
programtion(3)
ruing.Topicsincludethe programdevelopment
life
Classhours:3 lecture,
cycle,controlstructures,andobject-oriented
proPrerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
gramming.A popularprogramming
languagewillbe
Networking440.
used.Maybetakentwo times.
0707.10
Introduction
to firewallsandothernetworksecurity
components.
Examination
of firewallsincontextwith 3 Fundamentals
of VisualBasicProgramming
(3)
other elements needed for effective security Classhours:31ecture.
throughoutthe network,includingintrusiondetec- Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems1.
tionsystems,proxyservers,encryption,
andvirtual TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
privatenetworks.Maybetakenthreetimes.0708.10 Beginning
VisualBasicprogrammingfor business
applications.Emphasison problemanalysis,solu442 NetworkDisasterRecoveryPlanning
(3)
tion planning,and objectorientedprogramming
Classhours:3 lecture,
solutions.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0707.10
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
Networking440.
20A JavaProgramming
I (3)
Responseto systemdisastersand the subsequent Classhours:3 lecture.
restorationof normal operations.Step-by-step Prerequisite:Computer/nformationSystems:
processes
neededto develop,implement,andman- Programming1.
age a disasterrecoveryplan.Topicsinclude:risk TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
assessment;identifyingcriticalbusinessactivities Beginning
Javaprogramming
for applicationsand
andrecoverypriorities;establishing
crucialcontacts appletsdevelopment.
Emphasison problemanalyduringdisasters;
developing
interimprocedures
for sis,solutionplanning,andobject-oriented
programthehandlingandprotectionof materials,resources, ruingsolutions.Maybetakenthreetimes. 0707.10
and documentation;
andappropriateresponsesto
computercrime and cyberattacks.Maybe taken 20B JavaProgramming
II (3)
threetimes.
0708.10 Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
445 Windows
SecurityAdministration
(3)
Programming20A.
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
AdvancedJavaprogramming
for businessapplicaNetworking11.
tions. Emphasison advancedclass, object and
Comprehensive
overviewof securityfeaturesinWin- method concepts,file input and output, Windows
dows Server.Securityconfiguration,management, applicationdesign,Javainheritance,anddebugging
and networkingfunctionalityin stand-alone,large, exceptionconcepts.Maybetakenthreetimes.
andsmall networkenvironments.Studentslearnto
0707.10
configureandsupportsecureenvironmentsrunning
113
[_llChaffey College
!
Course
Descriptions
g2A-H SpecialTopics:CISProgramming(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
furtherexplorationin specificareasof computerprogramming.Topicsvary
and areclassesfor
determinedby
the
instructor.Seethe scheduleof
current
411 VoiceOverIP(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Prerequisite." Computer Information Systems:
Telecommunications
410.
A study of the Internet and Internet Protocol(IP)
characteristicsastheyvariabledelay,and
relateto VoiceOverIP.Topics
include:packetloss,
the role of
term emphases.May be takenfour times regardless digitalsignalprocessorsandvoicecoders. 0934.30
of the unit combination,however,nosingle-subject,
specialinterestclass may be repeated.May require
prerequisitesand/or corequisitesbased upon the
contentofthe course.
0707.10
403 Advanced
VisualBasicProgramming
(3)
Classhours:3lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems:
Programming3
AdvancedVisual Basicprogrammingfor business
applications.Emphasison reportgeneration,database interface,and project design. May be taken
threetimes.
0707.10
413
MicrosoftExcel
MacrosandVisualBasicI (1.5)
Classhours:1.5
lecture,
Prerequisite:
Business
andOfficeTechnologies
63or 63B.
Introductionto the useof the MicrosoftExcelmacro
language, Visual Basic, to develop automated
spreadsheet
applicationsfor business.Maybetaken
threetimes.
0707.10
416 MicrosoftAccessVBAProgramming
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems15.
Introductionto the useofthe macroandVisualBasic
languagein Microsoft Accessto developapplications. Focuson the conceptsof object-orientedprogramming,programminglogic, andstructure.May
betakenthreetimes.
0707.20
430 OracleDatabaseFundamentals
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite."
ComputerInformationSystems1.
Databasedevelopment
usingSOLand PL/SQL.Create and modify database tables. Insert, update,
delete,andview data.Topicsinclude:group funcLions,nestedqueries,characterstrings,decisionand
loop structures,and the applicationdevelopment
tools for creatingforms and reports.May be taken
threetimes.
0707.20
412A WANTechnologies
I (1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Prerequisite:
Computer
Telecommunications
410. Information Systems:
An analysisof Wide Area Networks(WAN)fundamentals, switching techniques, analog-to-digital
conversions, connection-orientednetworks, and
topologies.
0934.30
412B WANTechnologies
II (1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems:
Telecommunications
412A.
An
advancedanalysis
ofWideAreaNetworks
(WAN)
fundamentals,
includingthe
designandarchitecture
of telecommunicationsnetworks.
0934.30
413 Telecommunications
Protocols(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems:
Telecommunications
412B.
An extensiveoverviewofthe technologiesfoundin
telecommunicationsnetworks,includingprotocols,
LAN'sandWAN's,andcellularnetworks. 0934.30
414 RouterConfigurations
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Prerequisite." Computer Information Systems:
Telecommunications
413.
An
introductionto routerinstallation,configuration,
andmanagement.
0934.30
415 Internetwork
Design(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems:
Telecommunications
414.
Designing, implementing,and maintaining multiprotocolnetworks.
0934.30
COMPUTER
SCIENCE
(cs}
1 Fundamentals
ofComputerScience(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite."
Mathematics61.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Surveyof the computersciencefield. Familiarizes
science,computer science,and engineeringstudents with elementarycomputerscienceconcepts
and methods.Topics include:hardware,software,
computerarchitecture,memoryandregisters,inputoutputdataoperations,storage,informationcontrol,
problemsolving,andObjectOrientedProgramming
COOP).
0706.00
21 Fundamentals
of C++Programming
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3
lecture.
Prerequisite:ComputerScience1or ComputerlnformationSystems:Programming1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANCSC118)
Introductionto
the concepts,terminology,syntax,
andusesof
the C++programming
language.Maybe
takenthreetimes.
0707.10
492A-HSpecialTopics:Computer
Science(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4,5, or 6 lecture.
Specializationsin
science.
See
class
schedulefor currentcomputer
topic. May
be taken
only
six
times
regardlessof the unitinterest
combination.However,
no single-subject,special
class may be
repeated.Mon
aythe
requirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbased
contentofthe course.
0706.00
COMPUTERS
(SEE
ART,
BUSINESS
ANDOFFICE
TECHNOLOGIES,
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS,
ANDCOMPUTER
SCIENCE)
CONSUMER
STUDIES
(COHSUta)
(SEEALSONUTRITION
ANDFOOD)
416 NetworkSecurityManagement
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
11 HousingandEnvironment
(3)
492A-HSpecialTopics:CISProgramming
(.5-6)
Prerequisite: Computer /nformation Systems: Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Te/ecomrnunications
412A.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Special
interestlecturecourseforstudentswhowish Study of network securitymanagement.Topics Planning,evaluation,and purchasinghousingto
furtherexploration
inspecificareasofcomputerpro- include: networksecurity threats, security and meetfamilyandindividual
needsin relationtodesign
gramming.Topicsvary and are determinedby the encryptionpolicies,routeraccesscontrol,network and currentsocial,economic,and environmental
instructor.Seethe scheduleof classesfor current filters, firewallconfiguration,sniffers,UNIXnetwork factors.
1301.00
term emphases.May betakenfour times regardless utilities,andfuturesecuritytechnologies. 0934.30
of the unit combination,however,no single-subject,
40 LifeManagement(3)
specialinterestclassmay be repeated.May require 417 Telecommunications
Managementand
Classhours:3 lecture.
prerequisitesand/or corequisitesbased uponthe Administration
(1.5)
TransferCredit:CSU.
contentof the course.
0707.10 Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Understanding
andusing resourceswhichinfluence
Prerequisite." Computer Information Systems: life managementskills. Familystructure,goal setTelecommunications
416.
Ling,careerplanning,valueconflicts,and resources
Managementdecisionmakingfor telecommunica- for functioningeffectivelyinsociety.
1301.00
tionswithinan organization.
0934.30 50 Consumer
Economics
(3)
COMPUTER
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS:
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
(CISTELE)
410 Advanced
Telecommunications
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:ComputerInformationSystems30A.
Advancedconceptsin telecommunications.Topics
include:specializednetworkservices,modemsand
accessdevices,the Internet,convergence,
andwirelessservices.
0934.30
CATALOG
2005-2006
492A-H SpecialTopics:
CISTelecommunications
(.5-6)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:.5,
1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5,
or 6 lecture.
Specialinterestlecturecourse
forstudents
whowish
further explorationinspecificareasof teleeommunications.Topicsvary and are determinedby the
instructor. Seethe scheduleof classesfor current
term emphases.May betakenfour times regardless
of the unit combination,however,no single-subject,
specialinterestclassmay be repeated.May require
prerequisitesand/or corequisitesbased upon the
contentofthe course.
0934.30
Management
f incomeand
expenditures
for the
individualandofamily
throughoutthe
life cycle,to
include advertising,consumer protection,buying
skills,budgeting,andsavingsfor financialsecurity.
1301.00
114
g2A-HSpecialTopics:Consumer
Studies(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3, 4,5, or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Specialemphasiscoursesin foods, nutrition,conI_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
sumer education,or life management.Seeclass 98 Independent
Study:Cooperative
Education
(1)
schedulefor the currenttopic. Maybe takenfour Classhours:3 laboratory,
timesregardless
of theunitcombination.
Nosingle- Limitationon Enrollment."
2.0 GPAandinstructorsigsubject,special-interest
classmaybe repeated,
natureis requiredfor registration,
1301.00 TransferCredit:CSUcredit limitations,
Seecounselor.
98LA,B,C Independent
Study:ConsumerStudies A seriesof instructional
activitiesincludingspecial
(1,2, 3)
assignmentsprovidingopportunities
to developself,
Classhours:3, 6, or9 laboratory,
careerandjob relatedassessment
anddevelopment
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is skills.Careerdevelopment
relatedprojects,seminars
requiredfor registration,
andotherindividualized
activitiesmay berequired,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Maybetakentwice.
4932.00
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
well-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand 4g7 CooperativeEducation:
GeneralWorkExperidevelops
a projector a paperonanareaofpersonal ence(1, 2, 3, or 4)
interest.Natureandextentof the projectmustbe Classhours:5, 10, 15,or 20 employment
perweek.
decidedby studentandinstructor
beforethestudent Corequisite:Enrollmentinatleastsevenunitsincludmaysignupfor thecourse.Typeandextentof the ing GeneralWorkExperience.
projectdetermines
thenumberofunitsallowed.May Supervised
employment
whichis intended
to assist
be takenthreetimes,regardless
oftheunitcombina- studentsinacquiringdesirableworkhabits,attitudes
tion.
1301.00 andcareerawareness.
Theworkexperience
neednot
be relatedto the studentseducational
goals.Career
482 IndustryInternship:Consumer
Studies(1)
and professionaldevelopmentseminarsinclude
Class hours: 60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75 studyof knowledge,
judgments,skillsandattitudes
hours/term(paid)on-siteworkexperience,
essentialfor successin theworldof work.May be
Prerequisite:ConsumerStudies4Oand50, andpro- takenfour times to a maximumof sixteenunits,
gramfaculty'ssignature,
regardless
ofthe unitcombination.
4932.00
Supervised
industryinternshipin cooperation
with
privatesectoremployersor non-profitgroups.Providesstudentsexpanded,
hands-onlearning
tunitJesto
apply knowledge
and learn newopporskills,
outside of the classroomenvironment,that are
directly relatedto their program of study and
employmentwithinthe consumerservicesfield,
Placement
isarranged
by/approved
bythe instructor,
Participation
requirements
mayvarywiththejobsetting.
1301.10
COOPERATIVE
EDUCATION
(COOPED)
(COOPERATIVE
EDUCATION
COURSES
AREALSO
LISTEDIN SOMEINDIVIDUALDEPARTMENTS.)
92A-HSpecialTopics:
Cooperative
Education
(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSUcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor students who wish further career and professional
development.Topicswill be determinedbythe individualinstructor.Thiscoursemay betakenonlyfour
times regardlessof the unit combination.However,
no single-subject,special-interestclass may be
repeated.May requirecorequisitesand/orprerequisitesbasedon the contentof the course. 4932.00
g6A,B,C,DCooperative
Education:
CareerFieldStudies(1,2, 3, or4)
Classhours:5, 10, 15 or 20 hoursemploymentper
week.
Corequisite:Employmentdirectly relatedto major
and enrollmentin at least seven units including
Cooperative
Education.
TransferCredit:CSUcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Work experiencethat providesnew or expanded
learningopportunitiesor responsibilities
directly
related
tothestudent's
major.Careerandprofessional development
seminarsincludestudyof knowledge,judgments,skills and attitudesessentialfor
successin the worldof work.May be takenfour
timesto a maximumof 16 unitsregardlessof the
unitcombination.
4932.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
programs.Relationswith criminaljusticeagencies
includinglaw enforcementand other government
organizations,
prison-prevention
groups,andjobplacement
services.Designedfor bothpro-service
andin-servicepersonnel.
2105.10
5 CrimeandDelinquency
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Reviewof the impactof crimeon modernsociety,
typesof behaviorwhichproduceit, andimplications
for the offender,thevictim,andthe justicesystem.
Surveyof society'sresponsesto the problem.Economic,psychological,
and sociological
issuesare
studiedto determinemotivations
andcontrolmothods.The basicnatureof crime.Criminalbehavior
andtypesof crime.Effectsonsocietyandvictims.
2105.10
6 Correctional
Interviewing
andCounseling
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCradit:CSU.
Roleofbasicinterviewing
andcounselingprocesses
usingappropriate
techniquesandtheoriesin confiduncebuildingwhichmay beusedby thecorrectional employeein client interviewsand counseling.
Stressesthe importanceof an openand receptive
attitudeforlearningandtheprocesses
necessary
for
positiverapportandcommunication.
2105.10
CORRECTIO
NALSCIENCE
(CRSCI)
7 ProbationandParole(3)[Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
(While most CorractionalSciencecoursesmay be
TransferCradit:CSU.
challengedfor Credit-by-Examination,a limitation
Overviewof the historyand philosophical
foundato the numberof challengesmayapply. Contactthe lionsof probationand parolein the UnitedStates.
office of the Dean of Social and Behavioral Sci- Organization
andoperations
of probationandparole
encesfor moreinformation.)
agencies
asparticularsegmentsof thecriminaljusticesystem.Probationaspartofthejudicialprocess,
1 Introductionto CorrectionalScience(3) [Cx]
andparoleas part of the correctionssystem.ThugClasshours:3 lecture,
reticalconcernsexemplifiedin probationandparole
TransferCredit:CSU.
supervision,aswell asthe practicalaspectsof proPhilosophyand practicesof corrections
from the bationandparoleservices.Reviewandevaluation
of
historical and theoreticalpoint of view.Functions community-basedcorrections and the programs
andobjectives
ofthe criminaljusticesystemandan includedinresponse
tocriminalbehavior.
Issuesand
overviewof theirrelationships.
Overviewof criminal problemsrelatingto thepro-sentence
report,deterjusticeandcorrectional
processes
includingprisons, minateversusindeterminate
sentencing,
thevariety
parole,andprobation.
2105.10 of rolesof the probationand paroleoffice,and the
legaldecisionsaffectingprobationandparoleprac2 ControlandSupervision
of Inmates(3) [Cx]
lice.Reviewof therelevantresearch
in probation
and
Classhours:3 lecture,
parole.
2105.20
TransferCredit:CSU.
Dynamicsof inmatesupervisionin a correctional 8 EthnicGroupRelations(3)[Cx]
institution,securityprocedures,
contrabandcontrol, Classhours:3 lecture.
and prison atmosphere.Staff responsibilitiesand TransferCredit:CSU.
their applicationto inmate culture and institution Survey of minority roles, problems, and relationcharacteristics.Past and presentmethodsof con- shipsin correctionalinstitutionsandalliedagencies.
trolling inmates.
2105.10 Impact and effect of stereotypingand prejudicein
correctionalwork. Culturalandracial differencesof
3 CorrectionalLaw(3) [Cx]
clientsandtheireffectuponrehabilitationprograms.
Classhours:3 lecture.
2105.10
TransferCredit:CSU.
Legal aspectsof correctionsfrom convictionto 10 Violencein America(3) [Cx]
release.Discussionof lawsdealingwithorganization Classhours:3 lecture.
of state prisons, executionof sentence,terms of
TransferCredit:CSU.
imprisonmentand parole. Regulationsconcerning Violencein America'spast, including lynch mobs,
escapes,executiveclemency,and prison records, feuds,andvigilantes.Familyviolenceincludingwife
Surveyof correctionalprogramsat thevariouslevels andchildabuse.Typesof violenthomicide,including
of government
froma legalperspective.
Legaland massmurder,assassination,
andrape.A goalof the
dueprocessrightsof individuals,
balancingrightsof classisto replacecommonstereotypesofthe violent
inmatesversusneedsof society.
2105.10 offenderwitha morerealisticunderstanding
of these
criminals.
2105.10
4 PublicRelationsandCorrections
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
409 TheFemaleVictim/Offender
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Variousaspectsof publicrelationsand methodsof Studyof womeninvolvedinthecriminaljusticesyscommunication
withthe publicconcerningcorrec- tern bothasvictimsandasoffenders.Majortheories
tionalgoalsand concepts.
Surveyof problemsand of femalevictimization
andcriminalitywill bepromethodsof improvingattitudestowardcorrectional sented.
2105.10
115
_]Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
410 StreetGangsandSubcultures(3)
3B Ballet I (3)
Classhours:31ecture.
(Formerly
TeledramaticArtsandTechnology4B)
Introductorycourseexploringthe historyanddevel- Classhours:2lecture;2 studio.
opmentof gangs,currentgang activity,andtrends Advisory:Completionof Dance3A is recommended,
affectingthe evolutionof establishedgangsandthe
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
developmentof futuregangs.Effortsby police,pro- Basicballetvocabularyanddancetechnique.Maybe
bation,and paroleagenciesin the prevention,inter- takentwice.
1008.00
vention, and suppression of gangs. Motivational
theorieson why young peoplejoin gangs andthe 5A BalletII (3)
relationshipbetweenstreetandprisongangs.
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
34A)
2105.10 Classhours:2 lecture;2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof Dance3B is recommended.
411 JuvenileCorrections
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Intermediateballettechniqueandvocabulary.May
Study of the juvenile justice systemfrom arrest betakentwice.
1008.00
through juvenile court, probation,juvenilehall, and
short-termcountytreatmentfacility,and programs 5B BalletII (3)
andproceduresof the CaliforniaYouthAuthority.
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
34B)
2105.10 Classhours:2 lecture;2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof Dance5Ais recommended.
450 Correctional
ReportWriting(3) [Cx]
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Intermediateballettechniqueand vocabulary.May
Advisory: Experiencein a public justice agencyis betakentwice.
1008.00
recommended.
Essentialelementsof report writing. Emphasison 1OAJazzDanceI (1)
correctsentencestructure,grammarissues,writing (Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
5A)
style,andaccuracyin reportingthe factsrelatingto a Classhours:2 studio.
crimeor incident. Actualreportsareexaminedand TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
analyzedto help clarifythe purposeandstructureof
Basicjazzdance,vocabulary,anddancetechnique.
acorrectionalreport.
2105.10 Maybetakentwice.
1008.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Practicaltheatre dance experiencefor students.
Requiresparticipationin eithera dancingor production role.May betakenfourtimes.
1008.00
50AJazzDanceII (1)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology35A)
Classhours:2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof DancelOBis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Intermediatejazzdancetechniquesand vocabulary.
Maybetakentwice.
1008.00
5OBJazzDanceII (1)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
35B)
Classhours:2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof Dance50Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Intermediatejazzdancetechniquesandvocabulary.
Maybetakentwice.
1008.00
60A TapDanceII (1)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
38A)
Classhours:2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof Dance30Bis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Intermediatetap dancetechniqueand routine.May
betakentwice.
1008.00
6OBTapDanceII (1)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
38B)
4g2A-HSpecialTopics:Correctional
Sciences
(.5-6) lOB JazzDanceI(1)
Classhours:2 studio.
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture.
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology5B)
Advisory."Completionof Dance60Ais recommended.
Pursuescertain specializationsin correctionalsci- Classhours:2 studio.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
ence. Seeclassschedulefor the currenttopic. May Advisory."
CompletionofDance10Ais recommended. Intermediatetap dancetechniqueandroutines.May
be takenonly four times regardlessof the unit corn- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
betakentwice.
1008.00
bination. However,no single-subject,specialinter- Basicjazzdance,vocabulary,anddancetechnique.
esttopic maybe repeated.
2105.10 Maybetakentwice.
1008.00 92A-H SpecialTopics:Dance(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3,4, 5 or 6 lecture.
501 Preparation
for Correctional
OfficerExamina- 20A ModernDance(1)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
tionProcess(2)
(Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology
6A)
Specialinterestlecturecoursefor studentswhowish
Classhours:2 lecture.
Classhours:2 studio,
further explorationinspecificareasof dance.Topics
NotDegreeApplicable.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
will vary andwill bedeterminedbythe instructor.See
Preparationfor studentswho planto applyfor acorBasic modern dance vocabularyand dance tech- the scheduleof classesfor currentterm emphases.
rectionalofficer position. Includesmock orals and niques.Maybetakentwice.
1008.00 Maybetakenfour times regardlessof the unit cornspecificinstructionfor completingthe personalhisbination,however,no single-subject,specialinterest
torystatement.
2105.10 2OBModernDance(1)
class may be repeated.May require prerequisites
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
6B)
and/or corequisitesbasedupon the contentof the
Classhours:2studio,
course.
1008.00
Advisory:CompletionofDance20Ais recommended.
(DANCE)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
92SA-HSpecialTopicsStudio:Dance(.5-6)
Basic moderndance vocabularyand dance tech- Classhours:1,2,3, 4, 6, 8,10, or12.
1 SurveyofDance(3)
niques.Maybetakentwice.
1008.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
(Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology24)
Specialintereststudiocoursefor studentswhowish
Classhours:3 lecture.
30A TapDanceI (1)
furtherexploration
inspecificareasof dance.Topics
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
8A)
willvaryandwillbedeterminedbytheinstructor.
See
Introductionto the rudimentsof the dancer'scraft Classhours:2 studio,
the scheduleof classesfor currentterm emphases.
withemphasison ballet,modern,jazz,tap,folk,and TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
May betakenfourtimesregardless
of theunitcornsquare.Danceas an art form. History,techniques, Basictap dancetechniqueand routines.May be bination,however,nosingle-subject,
specialinterest
combinations,
andvocabulary.
1008.00 takentwice.
1008.00 class may be repeated.May requireprerequisites
and/orcorequisitesbaseduponthe contentof the
2 StageMovement(3)
3OBTapDanceI (1)
course.
1008.00
(Available
alsoasTheatre
2)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
8B)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:2 studio.
400 HipHopDance(1)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Advisory:Completionof Dance30Ais recommended. (Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
409)
Studyof physicalmovementas it relatesto thebody TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:2 studio.
onstage.Controlanduseofpartsofthebody,move- Basictap dancetechniqueand routines.May be Basic techniquesand styles of Hip Hop dance,
ment sequences,and consciousdevelopmentof takentwice.
1008.00 including musicality,rhythms,spatialawareness,
movementhabits.
1008.00
andthe basicand complexmovementsrequiredto
42 DanceWorkshop
(3)
developperformanceandchoreographic
skills.Criti3A BalletI(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology37)
calviewingandanalysisof HipHopdancechoreog(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology4A)
Classhours:9 laboratory,
raphyareemphasized.
Maybetakentwice.1008.00
Classhours:2 lecture;2 studio.
Limitationon Enrollment:StudentsmustshownoraTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
inal proficiencyin dancebyaudition,or obtainconBasicballetvocabulary
anddancetechnique.May be sent of theinstructor.
takentwice.
1008.00
DANCE
CATALOG
2005.2006
116
[_lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
418 RegisteredDentalAssistant(RDA)Functions
andSpecialties(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Studentmustfurnish their ownuniformandpay for
Corequisite:Denta/Assisting418L.
aphysical examination.
Limitationon Enrollment:Completionof oneseines407 DentalRadiologyI (1)
ter of the Denta/Assistingprogram witha minimum
In courseshavingbothlectureandlaboratorycum- Classhours:1 lecture.
gradeof Cin all dentalassistingcoursesis required.
ponentsthatmust be takenconcurrently(i.e. Den- Corequisite:Denta/Assisting407L.
Emphasisonthefunctionsdesignated
fortheRegistal Assisting403and4g3L),a minimumgradeof C Studyofdentalradiography
history,basicprinciples tered DentalAssistantin California.Helpsprepare
is requiredin both the lecture andlab component of X-rayproduction,physics,andbiologicaleffects thestudentfor thestateboardexamination.
1240.10
in order to meet course and program require- of radiation.
Radiation
safetyprocedures
andmoniments,
toringof film exposure.Film types, identification, 418L RegisteredDentalAssistant
(RDA)Functions
andprocessino
techniques.
The relationship
of den- andSpecialtiesLab(1.5)
401 DentalAnatomy(2) [Cx]
tal anatomyandfacialstructureto theexposureand Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Classhours:2 lecture,
mountingoffilms.Paralleling
technique,followedby Corequisite:DentalAssisting418.
Tooth morphology,embryology,and histology, pro-clinical
andclinicalapplication.
1240.10 Limitationon Enrollment."
Completionof oneseinesEmphasis
onindividual
characteristics
andfunctions
ter of the DentalAssistingprogramwitha minimum
ofteethandtheanatomyof theheadandneck.
407L DentalRadiologyI Lab(1)
gradeof Cinall dentalassistingcoursesis required.
1240.10 Classhours:3 laboratory.
Laboratoryapplicationandpracticeof the concepts
Corequisite:Denta/Assisting407.
andskillslearnedin thecorequisite
course.1240.10
402 Occupational
HealthandSafety(1) [Cx]
Laboratoryapplicationandpracticeof the concepts
Classhours:1 lecture,
andskillslearnedin thecorequisite
course.1240.10 41g Supervised
ClinicalExperience
(5.5)
Knowledge
andskillsrequiredto worksafelywithin
Classhours:16.5laboratory.
the dentalcareenvironment.Topicsinclude:infec- 411 BiomedicalSciences(2) [Cx]
LimitationonEnrollment:Completionof onesemestion controlprocedures
and protocols,healthand Classhours:2 lecture,
terof theDentalAssistingProgramwitha minimum
safetyissues,andhazardous
materials
management. Anatomyandphysiology,
microbiology,
andnutrition gradeof Cinall dentalassistingcoursesis required.
Procedures
and recommendations
from the Arneri- astheyrelateto dentistryanddentaldisease.
Studentsareassignedtoextramural
(off-site)clinical
canDentalAssociation
(ADA)andthe Occupational
1240.10 facilities,including
bothgeneralandspecialtydental
SafetyandHealthAdministration
(OSHA)are coypractices. Focusis on applicationof four-handed
ered.
1240.10 412 DentalOfficeProcedures
(1)
dentistryconcepts,
auxiliaryutilization,
directpatient
Classhours:1 lecture,
care,andofficeprocedures.Studentsare expected
403 DentalMaterials(1)
Corequisite:DentalAssisting412L.
to participatein variouscommunityandprofessional
Classhours:1 lecture.
Development
oftheessentialskillsneededto workin development
activitiesastheyariseduringtheterm.
Corequisite:Denta/Assisting403L.
the businessoffice of a dental practice.Topics
1240.10
Studyofthechemical
andphysical
propertiesofden- include:scheduling
appointments,
billingandcollectal materialsas appliedin laboratory,preventative, tion, insuranceforms and financialarrangements, 451 Preparationfor RegisteredDentalAssistant
andrestorative
procedures.Includesinstruction
on letter writing, bookkeepingbasics,and computer (RDA)Exam(1)
laboratoryequipment
utilization
andmaintenance, applications.
1240.10 Classhours:3 laboratory.
1240.10
Writtenandpracticalreviewto preparefor the RDA
412L DentalOfficeProcedures
Lab(1)
StateBoardexamination.
Maybetakentwice.
403L DentalMaterialsLab(0.5)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
1240.10
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:DentalAssisting412.
Corequisite:Denta/Assisting403.
Laboratoryapplication
and practiceof theconcepts 453 CaliforniaRadiationSafetyCertificate(1)
Laboratory
application
andpracticeof theconcepts andskillslearnedinthecorequisite
course.1240.10 Classhours:3 laboratory.
andskillslearnedinthecorequisite
course.1240.10
Basic knowledgein dental anatomy,x-ray film
413 OralPathologyandPharmacology
(1)
mounting,
radiationsafetyandcorrectexposu
re,and
404 ChairsideProcedures
(4)
Classhours:1 lecture,
evaluation
of fullmouthdentalx-ray.
1240.10
Classhours:4 lecture.
Studyof oralpathology
observedin thedentalpracCorequisite:DentalAssisting404L.
tice. Development
of a workingknowledgeof the 461 TemporaryCrown/Bridge/Oral
Appliances
( .3)
Instruments,dentalequipment,and procedures drugsandmedications
thatare commonlyusedin Termclasshours:16laboratory.
usedin generaland specialtyareasof dentistry, dentistry.
1240.10 Constructionof temporary crowns and bridges,
Studyof medicalanddentalemergencies
andtheir
mouthguards,
nightguards,
andbleachtrays.Course
treatmentin the dental office.Rolesof operator, 414 DentalRadiologyII (1)
isintendedto giveworkingdentalassistantshandsassistant,andpatient.
1240.10 Classhours:1 lecture,
onexperience.
Continuing
educationcreditis given
Prerequisite:DentalAssisting407.
foreachtopiccovered.May betakenthreetimes.
404L ChairsideProcedures
Lab(2)
Corequisite:Denta/Assisting414L.
1240.10
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Development
of additionaltechniquesindentalradiCorequisite:OentalAssisting404.
giDDy,anatomicallandmarks and dental anatomy 463 CoronalPolishing/Ultrasonic
Scaling(.6)
Laboratoryapplicationandpracticeof the concepts pertainingto dentalradiography,exposure,andpro- Termclasshours:32 laboratory.
andskillslearnedinthe corequisitecourse.1240.10 cessingfaults. Types and techniquesof inter-oral Limitationon Enrollment."
Student must possessa
andextra-oralfilm exposure,with emphasison film
validregistereddentalassistantlicense, or be cur405 Professional
DentalAssistant
(1)
qualityevaluation.Processingandmaintainingauto- rentlyenrolledina board-approved
registereddental
Classhours:1 lecture,
maticprocessors.Knowledgeof panoramictech- assistantprogram.
Introduction
tothe professional
dentalenvironment, niquesand otherrelatedradiographicequipment. Performanceof coronalpolishingand ultrasonic
Topicsinclude:historyof the profession,
licensing, Upon successfulcompletionof course, student scalingprocedures,
incompliance
withStateof Calf
professional
ethicsand demeanor,
legalconsidera- receives
theCalifornia
StateRadiation
SafetyCertifi- forniaguidelines.Classgiveslicensureto the RDA
tions,andcommunitydentalissues.Maybetaken cate.
1240.10 uponcompletion
of thecoursewitha75% or higher
twice.
1240.10
score.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1240.10
414L DentalRadiologyII Lab (1)
405L Professional
DenialAssistant
Laboratory(.5)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
487 Advanced
ClinicalAppliedTechnology
(1) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:DentalAssisting407L.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:DentalAssisting405.
Corequisite:OentalAssisting414.
Useof the ultrasonicscalerby the RDAin orthodonLimitationon Enrollment:Applicationfor admission Laboratoryapplicationand practiceof the concepts tic cementremoval only. Practiceon mannequins
to the DentalAssistingprogrammust be submitted andskillslearnedinthe corequisitecourse.1240.10 and patients for experience.Advancedpracticein
toprogramcoordinator/instructor,
fabricationof temporary anterior and posterior
Studentsare assignedto offsite clinical facilities,
crownsandbridgesusingseveraldifferentmaterials.
includingbothgeneralandspecialtydentalpractices.
Advancedorthodonticinstrumentationand assistFocusis on observation
and applicationof fourinD.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1240.10
DENTAL
ASSISTING
(DA)
CATALOG
20052006
handed dentistry concepts,auxiliary utilization,
directpatientcare,officeprocedures,andparticJpation incommunityhealthprojects.Instructorsignaturerequired.
1240.10
117
[l_jChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
492A-H SpecialTopics:DentalAssisting(.5-6)
Classhours:.5,1,1.5, 2, 3,4, 5,or 6 lecture,
A series of specialtopic lecturesfor studentswho
desirein-depth explorationin specializedareas of
dentalassisting.Maybetakenfor a total of 12 units
regardlessof the unit combination.
1240.10
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
DentalAssisting
(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6,9, 12, 15, or18 laboratory.
A seriesof specialtopiclaboratoriesfor students
who desirein-depthexploration
in specialized
areas
of dentalassisting.
Maybetakenfour timesregardlessof theunitcombination.
1240.10
or desiringassessment
for possibleinclusionin the
learningdisabilitiesportionof DisabilityPrograms
and Services. Perceptual,cognitive, and achievementtestingis providedasa partof the course.May
betakentwice.
4930.32
521 BasicSkillsforJobPlacement(1)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Basicskills in reading,writingand mathematical
conceptsfor job placement.Topicsinclude:job
searchskills,on-the-jobworkperformance
expectations,andsocialbehaviors
necessary
forcompetitive
employment.Maybetakenfourtimes.
4930.30
NatDegreeApplicable.
Open-entry/open-exit,
self-pacedlaboratorycourse
for job training and independentliving. Students
applybasicskillsof reading,writing,andmathematical conceptsto interpretand respondto specific
vocationaland/or practicallivingsituations.Handson learningexperiences
aid in the developmentof
appropriateworkbehaviors,socialskills,andentryleveljobskills.Maybetakenfourtimes. 4930.30
592A-HSpeciaITopics:
DisabilityProgramsandServices(.5-6)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture.
NatDegreeApplicable.
496A,B,C,DOccupational
WorkExperience:
Specialinterestcoursefor studentswithdisabilities
DentalAssisting
(1,2, 3, or4)
522A,B, C BasicSkillsforJobReadiness
(1,2, or3) who requiremoreintensiveinstructionin specific
Classhours:5, 10, 15, or 20 hoursemploymentper Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
areasof knowledge
and conceptcomprehension.
week.
Classhours:3, 6, or 9 self-paced,open-entry/exit Topicsare determinedby the instructor.Seethe
Occupational
workexperiencethatprovidesnewor laboratory,
scheduleof classesfor currenttermemphasis.May
expandedlearningopportunitiesor responsibilities NotDegreeApplicable.
betakenfourtimes.
4930.30
directlyrelatedto the student'smajor.Careerand Basicskillsin reading,writingandmathematics
conprofessionaldevelopment
seminarsincludestudyof ceptsappliedto jobtrainingandindependent
living. 5g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
knowledge,
judgments,
skills,andattitudes
essential Maybetakenfourtimes,regardless
ofthe unitcam- DisabilityProgramsandServices(.5-6)
for successinthe worldofwork.Maybetakenfour bination.
4930.30 Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
timesto a maximumof 16 unitsregardlessof the
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18laboratory.
unit combination.May requirecorequisitesand/or 530 BasicComputer
SkillsforStudents
with
NotDegreeApplicable.
prerequisites
basedonthecontentofthecourse.
Disabilities(1)
Specialinterestlaboratorycoursefor students
with
1240.10 Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
disabilities
whorequiremoreintensive
instruction
in
Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
aspecificareaofskilldevelopment.
TopicsaredeterNotDegreeApplicable.
minedbytheinstructor.Seethescheduleof classes
Individualized
prescriptive
courseprovidingdisabled forcurrenttermemphasis.Maybetakenfourtimes.
AND
studentswith the knowledgeof computersoftware
4930.30
neededto buildkeyboarding
skills,usinga screen
DISABILITY
PROGRAMS
SERVICES
(DPS)
readingprogram.Studentscreate
effectivedocumentsutilizing
adaptivesoftwareandhardware
and
Feral/DPS courses:Studentswithspecificdisabilities and educational limitations should have a
physician's recommendarion/release for class
developtransferableskills for use in mainstream
coursesand/orthe workforce. May be takenfour
times.
4930.30
activities. This provides the instructor with the
information necessaryto tailor a program to the
needs and capabilities of the individual student.
Studentsmeetingcriteria identified in Title5, Secrion56029, mayrepeatcoursesmorethanthestated numberof times.
For DPS-656and 657: Studentmust be identified
underTitle Vregulationsas a studentwitha veririable
the willingness disability.
to work Studentshould
in large andhave
small
groups,
individualized and/or laboratorysettings, and the
desire to develop vocational workskills, reading,
and money handlingas related to a vocationand
independentriving. Studentmust not be injurious
to self or others.
5OOA,B,C,D
BasicSkillsforStudentswith
Disabilities(1, 2, 3, or4)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:Variablearranged
Non-CreditCourse.
Self-paced,
open-entry/open
exit courseproviding
individualized
assessmentbasedon
medicaland/or
532 CognitiveRetrainingforStudents
with
professional verification of disability.
ABI/Stroke(1)
Academic/vocational
planning, orientation, and
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
referralsto services,supportprograms,andagenClasshours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
cieson- andoff-campus.Classis designedto be
NotDegreeApplicable.
responsive
to the needsof variedcultures.Maybe
Individualized
prescriptiveinstructionin indepen- repeated.
4930.31
dentlifeskills,prevocational
skills,cognitiveretraining,and community/social
integrationfor students 651 JobPlacement
PracticumIorStudents
with
withABI/Stroke,usingalternative
methodsofteach- Disabilities(NC)
ingandadaptiveequipment.Appropriateevaluation Classhours:Variablearranged
assessments
are usedto determinestudents'entry
andexitlevels.Maybetakenfourtimes. 4930.30
Non-CreditCourse.
Open-entry/open-exit
courseofferingindividualized
instructionin job development,
job searchtech-
534 SelfAdvocacy/Empowerment
forStudents
withDisabilities(I)
Courseis offeredonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
niques,job holdingskills,workanddisabilitypayments, and the utilization of community
rehabilitation
resourcesfor studentswith develop-
Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Prescriptive
instruction
emphasizingselfadvocacy
and personalempowerment,individualandgroup
survivalskills,independent
life skills,prevocational
mental,learning,and/orphysicaldisabilities.
Work
experience,supported employment,and/or job
placementandfollow-upservicesareprovidedasa
practicumfor applyinglearnedskillsin a realwork
environment.
4930.31
Classhours:
3, 6, 9 or12 self-pacedlaboratory,
Not DegreeApplicable.
Individualized
prescriptive
instructionin mathemat- skills, and community/social
integration.May be
ice, language
mechanics,andreadingfor students takenfourtimes.
4930.30
withdisabilities,
usingalternative
methodsofteach550 BasicStudySkillsforStudents
with
ing and adaptiveequipment.Appropriatecriterion Disabilities(2)
referencedand/orstandardized
assessmentsare Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
usedto determine
students'
entryandexitlevel.May Classhours:2 lecture,
betakenfourtimes,regardless
of unitcombination.
4930.30 NotDegreeApplicable.
Skillsintextreading,
vocabulary
development,
note505 Assessment
ofLearningAbilitiesand
taking,test-taking,and researchpaperpreparation,
Designedto provideusefulalternativemethodsand
techniques
asappropriate
tocompensate
fordisabilities.Maybetakenfourtimes.
4930.30
Limitations(.5)
Courseis offeredonly ona credit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:1.5self-paced,
open-entry/exit
laboratory,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anassessment
of learningstrengthsandlimitations 575 ProblemSolvingforJobReadiness
(1)
Courseis offeredonly ona credit/nocreditbasis.
designedfor studentshavingdifficulties in courses, Classhours:3 self-pacedlaboratory.
CATALOG
200S-2006
637 BasicPrevocational
Educationfor Students
withDisabilities
(NC)
118
652LifeSkillsforStudents
withDisabilities(NC)
Classhours:Variablearranged
Non-CreditCourse.
Self-pacedopen-entry/open-exit
courseproviding
variedtherapeutic
opportunities
forpersons
havinga
physicaldisability.Improvement
of re-socialization
skills throughindividualandgroupactivities.ActivJties include,but are not limitedto:compensatory
instructional
techniques,
useof adaptive
equipment,
adaptivephysical
education,
mobility
training,cognifive retraining,and improvementof fine and gross
motorskills.Courseis designedto be responsive
to
the needsof variedcultures.May berepeated.
4930.31
_1Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
656PrevocationalSkills for Studentswith
Disabilities(NC)
Classhours:Variablearranged
Non-CreditCourse.
Self-paced,open-entry/open-exit
coursefor adults
with developmentaldisabilities,teachingthe skills
andattributesthatleadto independentparticipation
invocational,community-based
activities.Selfadvocacyandcommunityintegrationskills arestressed.
Work skills may includewoodshop,janitorial, and
entry-levelfast foodtraining.Maybe repeated,
4930.31
drawingknowledge.Assignmentsmaybe completed 77 IndustrialDesignApplications
(4) [Cx]
ontheCADsystem.
0953.00 Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Drafting22 or fouryearsof high school
41 Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesign:
mechanicaldrafting.
Mechanical(4)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
Applicationof drawing to the various industrial
Prerequisite:Drafting20.
fields. Pipinglayouts,gear andcam design,preciTransferCredit:CSU.
sion dimensioningand schematicsymbolism used
Advanceddrawingtechniquesusing the computer, in the structuraland mechanicalfield. Assignments
withfocus on mechanicalapplications.Emphasison maybedoneusingaCADsystem.
0953.00
thecreationof symbollibraries,bills of material,customizingmenus,and otheradvancedtopics.Useof 78 Advanced
DesignApplications
(4) [Cx]
paperandmodelspace,referencingotherdrawings Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
657VocationalSkillsforStudentswith Disabilities into an existingdrawing,sheetsets, andadvanced Prerequisite:Drafting22 or fouryearsof highschool
(NC)
plotting techniques.Introductionto 3-dimensional drafting.
Classhours:Variablearranged
CADapplications,and to otherCAD softwarepro- TransferCredit:CSU.
Non-CreditCourse.
gramsandapplications.Maybetakenfour times.
Drawingsof machinepartsin the variousstagesof
Self-paced,open-entry/open-exit
coursefor adults
0953.00 manufacturing
with requiredback-upitemssuchas
with developmental
disabilities,teachingthe skills
jigs, fixtures, and dies. Mapping and structural
andattitudesthatleadtoincreasing
levelsof produc- 43 Three-Dimensional
ComputerModelingand detailing.Assignmentsmay be done usinga CAD
tion, independentparticipation
in vocationalareas, SolidsModeling(3)
system.
0953.00
community-based
activities,
andindependentliving. Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Studentslearnacceptable
behaviorsandskillsnec- Prerequisite:Drafting20.
92A-H SpecialTopics:Drafting(.5-6)
essaryto progressin vocationalandindependent
liv- TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4,5, or 6 lecture.
ing environments.Classesare held off-campusat Advancedconceptsand developmentof three- TransferCredit:CSU.
facilitiessuchasworkshops,workactivity,andoccu- dimensional
visualizationskills.Drawingtechniques Selectedtopicsfor studentswho wish to gaininpationalimprovementprograms.Studentslearnthe for solid modelingand solid assemblymodeling, depthknowledgein specificareasof drafting.Topics
basicacademics(includingreadingand math),and usinga CADsolidmodelingprogram.Technique
for willbedeterminedafterconsultation
with aninstruchealthandsafety.Dependent
uponthetypeoffacility changinga three-dimensional
solid modeldrawing tor. May be takenonly four timesregardlessof the
a studentattends,andwhetherit isa dayor evening intoan industrialstandardorthographicprojection unitcombination.However,nosingle-subject,speprogram,additionalcurriculummay include:job drawing.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0953.00 cial-interest
classmaybe repeated.
0953.00
searchskills,job retention,basic sign language,
trainingin interpersonal
relationships
and socializa- 50 Architectural
DesignI (3) [Cx]
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Drafting(.5-6)
tion,leisureandrecreational
activities,criticalliving Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9, 12,15, or18 laboratory.
skills,andwork skillsin janitorialand light clerical Prerequisite:Drafting21or twoyearsof high school TransferCredit:CSU.
jobs.May berepeated.
4930.31 drafting.
Selectedlaboratorytopicsfor studentswho wish to
TransferCredit:CSU.
gainin-depthknowledgeinspecificareasof drafting.
Theory and methods of architecturaldrawings, Topicswillbe determinedafter consultation
with an
DRAFTING
(DRAFT)
20 Computer-Aided
DraftingandDesignI (4) [Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory,
Advisory."
Completionof ComputerInformationSysterns4 is recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to ComputerAidedDraftingandDesign
(CADD)technology,terminology,and application.
Studentsuse an industrystandard program,and
learnhow to inputusingthe keyboardanda tablet,
andoutputto a printeror plotter.Emphasison twodimensionalworkingdrawings.May be takenfour
times.
0953.00
incorporatingthe fundamentalsof
good p
residentia!
design.Topicsinclude:line
conventions,
rojection
representation,dimensions,layoutand traffic pattern accommodation,and the impact of building
codesandUBCand FHAregulations.Studentdrawings will reflectthe integrationof topicsconcepts
andthe variousplansneededfor a completeset of
workingdrawings,includinga plotplan,foundation
plan,floor plan,sections,details,andstairs.0953.00
instructor.May
be takenonlyfour
times
regardless
of the unit combination.
However,no
single-subject,
special-interestclassmaybe repeated. 0953.00
98LA,B,CIndependent
Study:Drafting(1, 2, 3)
Classhours:3, 6, or9 laboratory.
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Specialprojectcourse designedfor the capable,
51 Architectural
DesignII (3) [Cx]
well-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
developsa projector a paperin anarea of personal
Prerequisite:Drafting50.
interest.Natureand extentof the projectmustbe
TransferCredit:CSU.
decidedby studentandinstructorbeforethestudent
Designissuesassociated
with morecomplexbuild- may sign upfor thecourse.Typeandextentof the
ingsand settings,includingthe impactof zoning, projectdeterminesthenumberof unitsallowed.May
21 MechanicalDesi0nI(3) [Cx]
localcodes,and challengingsites.Topicsinclude: be takenthreetimes,regardless
of the unitcombinaClasshours:1lecture;6 laboratory,
multiplestorystructures,splitlevels,complicated tion.
0953.00
Prerequisite:Orafting2Oor oneyear of high school roof and foundationdesign, exterior embellishdraftingusingAutoCAO,
mints, Title24 andAHDAcomplianceissues,heat 410 BuildingTradesBlueprintReading(2)
TransferCredit:CSU.
lossandgain,energycostscalculation,
andenviron- Classhours:1 lecture;
3 laboratory.
Useand careof equipment;freehandlettering,gigmentalimpact.Students'projectsincludepresenta- Blueprintreadingand sketchingwith emphasison
metricconstruction,
orthographic
projection,dimen- tion elevationperspectives
and modelconstruction answeringpractical,technicalquestionsrelatedto
signing, isometric, oblique drawing, sectioning for designstudy,presentation,
andpromotion,
residentialand commercialarchitecturalbuildings.
practices,
singleauxiliaryviews;anddecimaldimen0953.00 Notopento studentswho havecompletedDrafting
sign. Assi0nmentsmay be completedon theCAD
50 or 51.
0953.00
system.
0953.00 53 Architectural
Applications
ofCAD(4)
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
413 MachineTradesandGeneralBlueprintRead22 MechanicalDesignII (3) [Cx]
Prerequisite:Drafting20and51.
ing(3)
Classhours:1lecture;6 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Drafting21 or oneyear of high school The use of computer-aideddrafting softwarefor Blueprintreadingand sketchingwith emphasison
draftingor engineeringcourses,
architectural
plans,includingsiteplans,floor plans, industrialdrawingsof machineparts and assemTransferCredit:CSU.
elevations,
construction
detailsand otherdrawings blies. Orthographicprojectionand dimensioning.
Reviewof the basicconceptsof technicaldrawing, as needed.Techniquesin creativesymbollibraries Introduction
to ANSIY14.5M
0953.00
Precisiondimensioningand geometrictolerancing willbeexplored.Maybetakenthreetimes. 0953.00
per Ansi 14,5Y standardsemphasized.Additional
experiencein singleand double auxiliarygained.
Intersections
and developments
covered.The final
drawingwill requiredetail,assembly,and pictorial
CATALOG
2005-2006
119
_
Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
442 ProductionComputerAided Drafting(1.5)
Classhours:1 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Drafting20.
Practice,competence,
and increasedspeedinusing
the CADprogram. Inclusionof notesandrevisions
on drawings;plottingof drawingsat variousscales;
adjunctsto standardviews, includingthe drawing
andplacingof auxiliariesandsections;useof attributesandcross-references;andstreamlineddrawing
techniques.May betakenfour times.
0953.00
452 LightCommercialConstruction
Design(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Drafting51.
Designanddetailingof smallbusiness
andmanufacturingbuildings.
Emphasis
on buildingcodes,materials, layout,and functionalequipment.Particular
attentionwillbepaidtoenvironmental
design,
0953.00
DRAMA
gOAEarthScienceHonorsSeminar (1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Honors componentfor Earth Science.Topics of
interestarechosenby the instructor andstudents,
andare presentedina seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/orcorequisitesare required.Maybe takenfour
timeswith changeintopicemphasis.
1930.00
g2A-HSpecialTopics:EarthScience(.5-6)
Classhours:.5,1,1.5, 2, 3,4, 5, or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor.
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor studentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
of earthscience.Topicswill bedeterminedbythe
individualinstructor.
Thiscoursemaybe takenonly
fourtimesregardless
of theunitcombination.
However,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe
repeated.
Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbasedonthecontentofthecourse.
1930.00
(SEE
THEATRE
ARTS)
ECONOMICS
(ECON)
EARTH
SCIENCE
(esc)
1
Introduction
to Economics
(3)[Cx)
Classhours:
3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU,UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor,
1 EarthScience(3)
Originoftheeconomicinstitutions
of capitalismand
Classhours:31ecture,
socialism;developmentof economicsideas and
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
toolsofanalysis.Theideasofthe greateconomistsGeology,oceanography,
meteorology,
and planetol- Smith, Ricardo,Marx, Veblen,Marshall,Keynes,
ogy aspectsof the physicalenvironment;designed Friedman,andGalbraith.TheU.S.economicsystem
for general educationand earth science majors, andeconomicissuesof domesticand international
Eight-hourfield trip requiredin addition to normal importance,including unemployment,growth, the
classmeetings.
1930.00 environment,deregulation,inflation,interest,rates,
pricediscrimination,andlaborunions.
2204.00
1L EarthScienceLaboratory(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
2 Principlesof Macroeconomics
(3)
Corequisite:
EarthSciencel (maybetakenpreviously). Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Optionallaboratoryfor EarthScience1. Hands-on (CANECON2)
study of materialpresentedin Earth Science1; Originsof the U.S. economicsystemandinstituincludesuseof instruments,
models,maps,videos, tions.Briefsurveyof economicsystems,including
etc.
1930.00 capitalism
andsocialism.
Theoriesandpoliciesconcerningeconomicgrowthand development,busi5 Oceanography(3)
ness cycles, unemployment,full employment,
Classhours:3 lecture,
inflation, taxation, deficits, the nationaldebt, and
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
public choice.Discussionof money,banking,interIntroduction
to the marinesciences.Propertiesof est rates,and international
finance.Surveyof cornwater,air-seainteraction,oceancurrents,waves, peting economic views, including classical,
tides,beaches,
marinelife,marineresources,
ocean Keynesian,
post-Keynesian,
monetarist,
institutional,
pollution,
andthe natureandoriginof the seafloor, andradical.
2204.00
Aneight-hourfieldtripisrequiredinadditionto norrealclassmeetings.
1919.00 4 PrinciplesofMicroeconomics
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
5L Oceanography
Laboratory(1)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
(CANECON4)
Corequisite:
EarthScience5 (maybetakenpreviously). Originsof themarketinstitutions
thatformthebasis
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
of our nationaleconomy.How householdsdecide
Laboratoryactivitiesinvestigating
componentsof what and how muchto consume.Topicsinclude:
oceanographyincludingmaps and charts, ocean competition;
monopoly
andnear-monopoly
markets;
floormaterialsandtopography,oceanwatermove- pricediscrimination
and regulation;
microeconomic
mentsandcomposition,
and marineorganismsand foundationsof the economy;labor markets;pricing
theirenvironments.
1919.00 policiesandpractices;effectsof taxeson individuals
and businesses;income distribution and poverty,
8 Meteorology(3)[Cx]
povertyreductionprograms, environmentalecoClasshours:3 lecture,
nomics;economicsof race, gender,and culture;
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
tradepolicies;andbenefitsderivedfrominternationStudyof theatmosphere.Emphasisonorigin,corn- al trade.MaybeofferedasanHonorscourse,
position,structure,andheatflowwithinthe atmos2204.00
phere.Resultingweatherphenomenaand climatic
patternswill be analyzed.Eight-hourfield trip
requiredinaddition
to normalclassmeetings,
1930.00
(SEE
ALSO
GEOLOGY)
CATALOG
2005-2006
120
8 Historyof EconomicIdeas(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Historicaldevelopmentofthe institutionsand ideas
relatedto ourpresenteconomicsystememphasizing
the writings of the "great economists",including
Smith, Ricardo,Marx, Marshall,Hayek,Robinson,
Keynes,and Schumpeter.Studentswill critically
examinea variety of schools of thought with the
objectiveof improvingtheir ability to think clearly
andlogically.
2204.00
gOAEconomics
HonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Honorscomponent
for Economics.
Topicsof interest
are chosenby the instructorandstudents,and are
presented
in a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
corequisites
are required.Maybe takenfour times
withchangein topicemphasis.
2204.00
g2A-HSpecialTopics:Economics
(.5-e)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2, 3,4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Forthose studentsdesiringto explorein greater
depthcertainspecialareasin
economics.
A wide
varietyof topics,withthe particular
emphasis
chosenbytheinstructor.Seeclassschedulefor emphasis.May be takenonlyfourtimes regardlessof the
unitcombination.
2204.00
EDUCATION
(ED)
10 Introduction
to EducationandTeaching(3)
(fitlechange
iseffective
withSpring2006)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof ofa negativeTBtest
withinpast 24 monthsis required.30 hours of field
experienceinaK-12classroomis requiredoutsideof
classmeeting times.Placementsare made by the
instructor; writtenreflectionsand structuredobservationsarerequired.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450 or Englishasa SecondLanguage450;
and completionof Mathematics410 for students
whoplan to completefieldworkin a math classis
recommended.
Transfercredit: CSU;UC.
Introductorycourseexploringopportunities
in the
teachingprofessionincluding
clarification
of credentialingrequirements.Throughweeklyclassmeetingsandstructuredobservation
andexperience
in a
diverseK-12classroom,studentswill beintroduced
to CaliforniaStandards
for theteachingprofession,
teacherperformance
expectations
andK-12curriculurestandards.Studentswill be guidedto reflect
uponlessondesign,classroommanagement
skills
and teachingstrategiesobservedduringtheir time
spentworkingwithacredentialed
teacher.Examinationof personalmotivations
forteaching,gradelevel
preference
andlegislature
thatcurrently
affectseducationarealsoincluded.
0801.00
20 Education:
TheDiverseClassroom(1.5)
Classhours:1.5lecture.
Prerequisite:Education10,andeligibilityforEnglish
1AandMathematics420asdeterminedbythe Charfeyassessmentprocessor completionof Mathematics 410 and English-450or Englishas a Second
Language-450.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a negativeTBtest
withinpast 24 monthsis required.15hours of field
experience
ina K-12classroomis requiredoutsideof
I[]lChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
classmeetingtimes. Placementsare madeby the
instructor
Transfercredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
30 Engineering
Application
ofDigitalComputation
(3)
[cx]
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Seecounselor.
Prerequisite:Mathematics65A.
Introduction
tothecontext,process,andcontentof TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
the K-12classroom.
Discussions
centeron diverse " Structuredprogramming
conceptsappliedto engistudentpopulations,
withfocusonintegrating
multi- neeringproblemtypes,suchascenterof mass,balcultural curriculumand addressingclassroom listics,columnbuckling,design,and reductionof
issuesarisingfrom diversity.Studentsperform experimental
data.Structuredapproachused,with
tutoring
functionsinlocalK-12schools. 0801.00 applications
to flowchartsandcomputerprogramming. Mathematicaltechniquesinclude iterative
25 Education:
Teaching
andLearningSlyles(1.5)
solution,bisection,
Raphson-Newton,
statistics,
and
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
matrixoperations.
Computer
techniques
includeforPrerequisite:Education10,andeligibilityfor English mattedinputandoutput,selection,loops,functions,
1AandMathematics420asdeterminedby the Chat- pointers,arrays,andcharacters.
0901.00
feyassessmentprocessorcomp/etionof Mathematics 410 and English-450or Englishas a Second 34 Elementary
Surveying(3)
Language-450.
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory,
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a negativeTBtest Prerequisite:Mathematics31.
withinpast 24 monthsis required.15 hoursof field TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
experienceinaK-12c/assroomis requiredoutsideof
(CANENGR10)
c/ass meetingtimes. Placementsare made by the Theoryand practiceof planesurveying.
Traditional
instructor,
surveying
equipment
andtotalstations.
Topographic
Advisory.Completion
ofEducation
20is recommended, mappingproject.
0957.30
Transfercredit: CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
50 Engineering
Statics(3)
Introductionto the context,process,andcontentof Classhours:3 lecture,
the K-12classroom.Discussionscenteron student Prerequisite:Physics45 andMathematics65A.
learningstylesandeffectiveteachingstrategies.Stu- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
dents perform tutoring functions in local K-12 (CANENGRS)
schools.
0801.00 Vector treatment of statics of Particlesand Rigid
Bodies.Freebodydiagramsapplicationto problems
492A-RSpecialTopics:Education
(.5-6)
of Equilibrium
(twoandthreedimensions)
withsysClasshours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture,
terns of forcesin trusses,framesand machines.
Selectedspeciallecturetopicsin thefieldof educa- Principlesof Friction,DistributedForces,Centroid
tion,designed
to augmentthe programcurriculum andCentersof GravityandMoments
of Inertia.
or serveasusefulpreparation
forstudents
withinthe
0901.00
discipline.Topicsvary and are determinedby the
instructor.Prerequisites
and/orcorequisitesmay be 60 Materialsof Engineering
(3) [Cx]
required,basedonthescopeandcontentof individ- Classhours:3 lecture.
ualofferings.Seethescheduleof classes
for current Prerequisite:Chemistry20A.
termemphases.
Maybetakenfourtimes,for a maxi- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
mumof 12 units,inany unit combination,
however Propertiesof materialsas theyrelateto atomicand
nosingle-topic,
specialinterestclassmayberepeat- crystal structure.Topicsinclude:atomicstructure
ed.
0801.00 and bonding;crystallinestructures;phasesand
phasediagrams;metals,polymers,ceramics,and
composites;
mechanicaldeformationandfracture;
ELECTRICITY
electrical,magnetic,and
optical properties;corrosign;andprocessmethods.
0901.00
(SEEINDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICAL
TECHNOLOGY)
70 CircuilAnalysis(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Physics46.
Corequisite:Mathematics85.
(ENGIN)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Modelingandanalysisof electricalnetworks.Basic
10 Introductionto Engineering(1) [Cx]
networktheorems.SinusoidalsteadystateandtranClasshours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
sientanalysisof RLCnetwork.Responseas afuncTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
tion of frequency.Current,voltage,and power
Introduction
to the engineering
profession.Educa- relationships.
0901.00
tionalrequirements
and four-yearschoolswill be
covered.Thevarioustypesof engineering
jobswill 492A-HSpecialTopics:Engineering
(.5-6)
bepresented
byguestspeakers
andfieldtrips.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
0901.00 Pursuescertainspecializations
in engineering.
See
classschedulefor the currenttopic.May betaken
26 Engineering
GraphicsandCAD(3) [Cx]
onlyfourtimesregardlessof the unitcombination,
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory
However,no single-subject,
special-interest
class
Prerequisite:Mathematics430or Drafting21.
maybe repeated.
0901.00
Transfercredit: CSU;UC.
(CANENGR2)
Principles
oforthographic
projection,pictorialviews,
sections
andauxiliaryviews,dimensioning,
andthe
four fundamental
views of descriptiongeometry,
Emphasis
ongraphiccommunication
usedformanufacturing,construction,
and productdesign for
partsandassemblies.
Theuseof CADis incorporatedto assistin thesolvingof industry-related
problems.
0953.00
ENGINEERING
CATALOG
2005-2006
121
ENGLISH
(ENGL)
1A Composition
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determined
by theChaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANENGL2) (CANENGLSEOA= ENGL1A+ ENGL
1C)
Carefulstudyandpracticeof expository
andargumentativewritingtechniques
andthe frequentwriting of compositions
with the ultimategoal of a
research
project.A minimumof6,000writtenwords
isexpectedoverthecourseof theterm.Eighthours
ofsupplemental
instruction
in aSuccessCenterthat
supportsthiscourseis required.Designed
to preparethestudentfor satisfactory
collegewriting.May
beofferedasanHonorscourse.
1501.00
1B Advanced
Composition
andCriticalThinking(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:EnglishtA. •
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Usingprimarilynon-fiction,studentswill integrate
criticalthinking skillswith effectivewrittenanalysis
and argument. Distinction betweendeductiveand
inductivereasoning.Writeandcritiqueessaysusing
researchstrategies.Producea minimum of 6,000
words.Maybeofferedasan Honorscourse.
1501.00
1C Introduction
to Literature(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:English1A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANENGL4) (CANENGLSEQA= ENGL1A+ ENGL
1C)
Foundationcoursein the study of literatureintroducesthe centralliterarygenres:novel,shortstory,
poem,andplay.Closereadingoftheliteratureguides
inexperienced
readerstowardgreaterunderstanding
and appreciation
of imaginativeliterature,and providesmoreexperienced
readerswith newperspectivesthroughthe analysisof the techniquesand
purposesof specificwriters.Studentsare taught
howto
organizeandcomposetheliteraryessay.May
beofferedasanHonorscourse.
1501.00
7A CreativeWriting:ShortFiction(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Eligibilityfor EnglishIA as determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU,U_.
Seminarin shortfiction writing. Studentsstudy the
underlying
principlesof thisformof literature,write
shortstories,andanalyzeeachother'swork.
1507.00
7B CreativeWriting:Fiction(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Seminarinfictionwriting.Studentsstudythe underlyingprinciples
of thisform of literature,
writeshort
storiesor severalchaptersof a novel,analyzeand
critiqueeach other'swork, edit]revise/rewrite
to
readyfor publication,
andresearchpotentialmarkets
forsubmission.
1507.00
_
Chaffey College
;
Course
Descriptions
7D CreativeWriting: Poetry(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:E/igibi/ityforEng/ish IAas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450 or Englishas aSecondLanguage450is
recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Writing seminarfocusingon analysisof methods,
forms,andmeanings
of poetrywithemphasis
onthe
elementsof figurative
language,
sound,rhythm,and
tone.Students
developcriticalstandards
forjudging
the worthof a poem,givetheircriticalestimatesof
professional
andstudentwork,andwritetheirown
poetry.
1507.00
30 Introduction
totheShortStory(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Advisory:Completionof English1Ais recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof theshortstoryincludinga comprehensive
selectionof American,British,and translatedshort
stories.
1503.00
32 Introduction
totheNovel(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof English1Ais recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof the novel,using selectionsdrawn from
multipleculturesandinfluencesof the lastthreecenturies, including translated novels of established
merit.
1503.00
33 Introduction
toPoetry(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof English1Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof poetrywrittenin Englishfrom theMiddle
Agesthroughthe presentday.Increasesstudents'
knowledge
of poetryandits historyandacquaints
themwithtechniques
ofanalysis.
Specialattentionis
givento poeticvoice,syntax,figuresof speech,sonics,andform.NOTE:English33 isnotacreative
writingcourseforpoetry.
1503.00
61A,B,CNewspaperProduction
(1, 2, or 3)
(Available
alsoasJournalism
61A,B,C)
Classhours:3, 6, or9 laboratory.
Advisory: Typingand/or computerskills, and the
ability to take black-and-whitephotographsis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Experiencein planning,editing,and producinga
weeklyor bi-weekly
newspaper.
Studentscovercampusandcommunityevents;writenewsandfeature
stories,editorial,reviews,andheadlines;
edit copy
usingthe departments'computerfor typesetting;
typesetcopy;take,print,andeditphotos;pasteup
pageflats or printing;anddistributefinishedpaper
on campus.Maybetakenfourtimes regardless
of
theunitcombination.
0602.00
68 Mythology(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."
Completionof English1Aisrecommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Majormyths,especially
in relationto theculturein
whichtheyarose,witha specialemphasisonGreek
myths.Broadcomparison
of themythsof manyculturesandtheirinfluence
onsubsequent
literature.
1503.00
70A WorldLiterature(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:English1A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Chronological
surveyofsignificantauthorsandtexts
of worldliteraturefromearliesttimesthroughthe
mid-1600's.Extensivereadingand discussionof
CATALOG
2005-2006
worksreflecting
thediversityofthoughtintheworld.
Examination
of the relationship
betweenhistorical
eventsandliteraryworks,and the impactof works
on theirageandensuingeras.Strongwritingcornponentwithemphasisontextualanalysis. 1503.00
76 African-American
Literature(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Comp/etionofEng/ish
1Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introductoryanalysisof African-American
literatures. Investigationof literary modes including
70B WorldLiterature(3)
drama,poetry,essays,shortstories,andthenovel.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Identification
andanalysis
of recurrent
themes,genPrerequisite:English1A.
der portrayals,
writingstyles,andtopicsassociated
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
with African-American
authors.Evaluationof the
Chronological
surveyofsignificant
authorsandtexts social,cultural,andpoliticalinfluenceof Africanof worldliteraturefromthe mid-1600sthroughthe American
writersontheUnitedStates,aswellasthe
twentieth
century.Extensive
readinganddiscussion impactof thedominantU.S.societyinAfrican-Amerof works reflectingdiverseculturalviewpoints, icanwritingduringthetwentieth
century. 1503.00
Examination
of the relationshipbetweenhistorical
eventsandliteraryworks,andthe impactof works 79 NativeAmericanLiteratures(3)
upon theirage and ensuingeras.Strongwriting Classhours:3 lecture
componentwith emphasisontexturalanalysis.
Advisory:Completionof EnglishIA is recommended.
1503.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introductoryanalysisof theliterary,social,andcul71 Folklore(3)
tural aspectsof novels,short stories, essays,and
Classhours:3 lecture,
poetryreflectingNativeAmericansocieties.ContriAdvisory:Completionof English1Ais recommended, butions of NativeAmericansto literatureand how
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
theyusethe variousliteraryformsto expresstheir
Variousforms of folklore- myths,legends,fairy worldviewsand cultures.Relationship
to Western
tales,fables,epics,and tall tales.Throughclose culture,includingculturalnormsandthe changing
readingof selectedworks,studentsdevelopcriteria viewof the Indiansof yesteryearand todayin the
for assessingthe literaryvalueof thesestoriesand post-Dances
withWolvesera.
1503.00
determinetheir significanceasthe primarysourceof
themes,motifs, metaphors,andallusions that are 8gA Surveyof BritishLiterature(3)
encounteredthroughoutliterature.
1503.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:English1A.
74 Asian-American
Literature(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 lecture.
(CANENGL8) (CANENGLSEQB=ENGL80A+80B)
Advisory:Completionof English1Ais recommended. Chronological
surveyof majorauthors andtexts of
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
BritishliteraturefromtheOldEnglish
tothe NeoclasIntroductoryanalysisof Asian-American
literature, sic periods.Extensivereadingand discussionof
Investigation
of literary modes includingdrama, works.Examination
of therelationship
betweenhispoetry,essays,shortstories,andthenovel.Identifi- torical eventsand literaryworks. Strongwriting
cationandanalysisof recurrent
themes,genderpor- component
withemphasisontextualanalysis.
trayals,writingstyles,and topicsassociated
with
1503.00
Asian-American
authors.Evaluationof the social,
cultural,and politicalinfluenceof Asian-American 80B Surveyol BritishLiterature(3)
writersonthe UnitedStates,as wellastheimpactof Classhours:3 lecture.
thedominantU.S.societyinAsian-American
writing Prerequisite:EnglishIA.
duringthetwentiethcentury.
1503.00 Advisory:CompletionofEnglish80Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
75A AmericanLiterature(3)
(CANENGL10) (CANENGLSEQB = ENGL80A+
Classhours:3 lecture.
80B)
Prerequisite:EnglishIA.
Chronologicalsurveyof majorauthorsand texts of
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Britishliteraturefrom the Romanticperiodto the
(CANENGL14) (CANENGLSEQC = ENGL75A + present.Extensivereadinganddiscussion
of works.
75B)
Examination
of the relationship
betweenhistorical
Chronological
surveyofsignificant
authorsandtexts eventsandliteraryworks.Strongwritingcomponent
of American
literature
fromthecolonialperiodtothe withemphasisontextualanalysis.
1503.00
1860s.Extensivereadingand discussion
of works
reflectingthediversityoftheUnitedStates.Examina- 81 Shakespeare
(3)
tionoftherelationship
betweenhistorical
eventsand Classhours:3 lecture.
literary works. Strong writing componentwith Advisory:Completionof English1Aand80Ais recemphasis
ontextualanalysis.
1503.00 ommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
75B AmericanLiterature(3)
Intensive
reading,alongwithoralandwrittendiscusClasshours:3 lecture,
sign,ofa selectedgroupof Shakespearean
plays.
Prerequisite:English1A.
1503.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANENGL16)(CANENGLSEQC=ENGL75A+75B) 92A-H SpecialTopics:Literature(.5-6)
Chronological
surveyofsignificant
authorsandtexts Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2, 34, 5, or 6 lecture.
ofAmericanliterature
fromthe 1860stothepresent. TransferCredit:CSU:UCcreditlimitations.
Extensive
readinganddiscussion
ofworksreflecting Seecounselor.
thediversityoftheUnitedStates.Examination
of the Specialinterestclassof varyinglengthforstudents
relationshipbetweenhistoricaleventsand literary whoseekfurtherdevelopment
in specificareasof litworks.Strongwritingcomponentwithemphasison eratureandcriticism.
Widevarietyof topicsoffered,
textualanalysis.
1503.00 withparticularemphasis
leftuptotheinstructor.
See
classschedulefor emphasis.May by takenfour
times,however,no single-subject,
specialinterest
classmaybe repeated.
1501.00
122
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
98A,B,CIndependentStudy:Literature(1, 2, or 3)
Classhours:1,2, or 3lecture.
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU:UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor.
Designedfor the capable,well-motivatedstudent,
Eachstudentexploresanddevelopsa literaryproject. Student-instructor
agreementas to the nature
andextentof theprojectmustbereachedbeforethe
studentmayenrollin thecourse.Maybetakentwo
timesregardless
oftheunitcombination. 1503.00
452 Fundamentalsof CompositionLabforESL
Students
- Level7 (.75)
Classhours:2 laboratory,
Corequisite:Englishasa SecondLanguage450with
the sameinstructor,
Requiredlaboratoryprovidingadditionalscheduled
hoursof instructor
assistance
with English
asa Second Languagewritingassignments.Focusis on
practicing
andreinforcing
lecturematerialas wellas
self-editing
andrevisionexercises.
4930.81
speaking,vocabulary,and reading.Pronunciation,
conversation,dialogue,and listeningare practiced
extensively.
Students
learnaboutcommonAmerican
customsandholidays.PreparesstudentsforEnglish
asa SecondLanguage
525in Level2. Maybetaken
twice.
4930.80
LANGUAGE
(ESL)
speech,
wordorder,adjectives,questionsandstatementforms, basicpunctuation,negatives,andsim-
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel 1course.
450 Fundamentals
ofComposition
forESL
Students-Level7 (3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
pie andcompoundconstruction.
Preparesstudents
for Englishas a SecondLanguage523 in Level2.
Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
Prerequisite:P/acement
recommendation
by theESL
assessment
test, or satisfactorycompletionof any
EeLlevel6
course.
515 AmericanCultureand IntensiveEnglishI Level1 (3)
NotDegreeApplicable.
High-beginning
coursedesignedto strengthenand
increasewritingability.Focusis oncommongrammarandspellingpatterns,
personal
writing,andwriting for generalcommunication.
Preparesstudents
for Englishas a SecondLanguage537 in Level3.
Corequisite:Englishasa SecondLanguage452 with
Course
isoffered
onlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:
3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendationbythe ESL
assessmenttest.
450 Fundamentals
ofComposition
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for English450 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or cornpletion of English 550 or Business and Ofice
Technologies
455.
Carefulstudyandpractice
ofexpository
writingtechniquesandthe frequentwritingof integratedparegraphsandessays,withtheultimategoalof writing
an essayusingsources.Preparesthe studentfor
English1A.Tenhoursof supplemental
instructionin
a SuccessCenterthat supportsthis course is
required.NOTE:Studentswho havesuccessfully
completed
Englishasa SecondLanguage
450 may
nottakeEnglish450.
1501.00
500A,B,CPreparationforCollegeWriting(1,2,3)
Courseisofferedona credit]no
creditbasisonly.
Classhours:1,2, or3 lecture.
Prerequisite:EligibilityforEnglish5OOasdetermined
by theChaffeyassessmentprocess.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Introduces
the entry-level
writerto elementsof the
composingprocess(prewriting,drafting, revising,
and editing).Modularizedto meet individualskills
levels.Includesstrategies
for developingcompositions,organizing
ideas,andbuildingvocabulary.
May
betakenthreetimes.
4930.21
550 Introduction
to CollegeWriting(3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit]nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:EligibilityforEnglish550asdetermined
bytheChaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English500A,500B,or 500C.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Designed
topreparetheinexperienced
writerfor collegelevelacademicwriting,by focusingon critical
thinking,reading,
writing,andstudyskillsnecessary
to succeed
at theacademic
level.Fivehoursof supplernental
instructionin a SuccessCenterthatsupportsthiscourseisrequired.
4930.21
I:NGLISH
AS A SE(OND
the sameinstructor.
Carefulstudyandpractice
of expository
writingtechniquesand the frequentwritingof compositions,
withtheultimategoalof writingthetotalessay.Preparesthe studentfor English1A. NOTE:Students
whohavesuccessfully
completed
English450 may
nottakeEnglish
asa SecondLanguage
450.4930.81
O_TALOG
2005-2006
519 Introduction
to ReadingI - Level1 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit]nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe EeL
506 Computer-Based
MultipleSkillsEnglish
assessmenttest.
Levels2 - 5 (3)
NotDegreeApplicable.
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit]nocreditbasis.
Beginningcoursedesignedto build basicreading
Classhours:3 lecture,
abilityin English.Focusondecodingskills,phonics
Prerequisite:P/acementrecommendationbytheESLpatterns,word parts, readingfor meaning,and
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any improvement
of readingvocabulary.PreparesstuESLcourse,
dentsfor EnglishasaSecondLanguage
529in Level
NotDegreeApplicable.
2. Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
Amultimedia-enriched
computer
coursedesigned
to
improvereading,listeningcomprehension,
speak- 523 BeginningCommunicative
GrammarSkillsIIing, andwritingproduction.
The courseprovides Level2 (3)
studentswiththebasiccomputerliteracyneeded
for Courseisofferedonlyona credit]nocreditbasis.
successin Englishas a SecondLanguage
andEng- Classhours:3 lecture.
lish writingcourses,or beginningComputerInfor- Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL
mation Systems courses. Fourteen hours of assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionofany
supplementalinstructionin a SuccessCenterthat ESLLevel 1course.
supportsthis courseis required.Designedfor the NotDegreeApplicable.
non-nativespeakerof English.
Maybetakentwice.
A multiple-skills
approachtoimprovingbasicgram4930.80 mar throughreading,writing,speaking,and listening. Skillsemphasized:
basicverbtensesincluding
508 Pronunciation
of AmericanEnglish(3)
pastand presentprogressives,
pronounuse,prepoCourseisofferedonlyona credit]nocreditbasis,
sitionalphrases,models,word order,andagreeClasshours:3 lecture,
ment. Preparesstudentsfor Englishas a Second
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL Language533in Level3. Maybetakentwice.
assessmenttest at Level4 or higherin any assess4930.80
ment area, or satisfactorycompletionof any ESL
Level3course.
525 AmericanCultureandIntensiveConversation
NotDegreeApplicable.
Level2 (3)
Intensive
instruction
in theoralproduction
ofAmeri- Courseisofferedonlyonacredit]nocreditbasis.
canEnglish,targetedto intermediateandadvanced Classhours:3 lecture.
ESLstudents.Focusonspeaking
andpronunciation Prerequisite:Placementrecommendationbythe ESL
skillsto improvefluencyandminimizeaccentimpact assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
impartedbythe speaker'snativelanguage.
Topics ESLLevel1course.
include:soundsystemsof consonants
andvowels, NotDegreeApplicable.
pitchandintonation
patterns,rhythmandphrasing, Beginning
coursein Englishasa SecondLanguage,
andsoundreductions.Fourteenhoursof supple- anda continuation
ofEnglishas aSecondLanguage
mentalinstruction
in aSuccessCenterthatsupports 515. Continuedfocuson basiclanguageskillsand
thiscourseisrequired.Maybe takentwice.4930.80 commonaspectsof Americanculture.Instruction
in
basic, commonlanguagepatterns of listening,
513 BeginningCommunicative
GrammarSkillsI speaking,vocabulary,and reading.Pronunciation,
LevelI (3)
conversation,dialogue,andlisteningare practiced
Courseisofferedonlyona credit]nocreditbasis,
extensively.
StudentslearnaboutcommonAmerican
Classhours:3 lecture,
customs,values,andholidays.
Preparesstudentsfor
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
by theEeL Level3 courses.Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
assessmenttest.
NotDegreeApplicable.
527 Introduction
to Writing- Level2 (3)
Amultipleskillsapproach
tolearningbasicgrammar Courseisofferedonlyonacredit]nocreditbasis.
throughreading,writing,speaking,and listening. Classhours:3 lecture.
Studentsfocus on basicverb tenses, parts of
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe EeL
Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
NotDegreeApplicable.
Beginning
coursein
English
asa
SecondLanguage,
thatfocuses
on basic
language
skillsandintroduces
the studentto Americanculture.Studentslearn
basic,commonlanguage
patternsthroughlistening,
123
I_ Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
529 IntroductiontoReadingII - Level2 (3)
Courseis offeredonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:PlacementrecommendationbytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel1course,
NotDegreeApplicable.
High-beginning
coursedesignedto strengthenand
increasereadingability.Focuson decodingskills,
wordparts,commongrammarpatterns,readingfor
meaninganddetails,andwordattackskills.Prepares
studentsfor Englishas a SecondLanguage
539 in
Level3. Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
533 IntermediateCommunicative
GrammarSkills
I - Level3 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:P/acementrecommendationbythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel2course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Concentrateson building grammar skills and
idiomaticusageto helpstudentsexpresstheirideas
onmanypersonaltopics,in bothspeech
andwriting.
Focuson verbtensesthroughthe perfecttenses,
comparisonsand superlatives,agreement,word
order,compoundandcomplexsentences,
tagquestigris,andmodals.Prepares
students
forEnglishasa
SecondLanguage543 in Level 4. May be taken
twice.
4930.80
535 IntermediateListeningandSpeakingILevel3 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendationbythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel2course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Aconversational
approachtolearningEnglish,offeringpracticein verbalcommunication
withemphasis
on listening,speaking,
andpronunciation,
for better
personalcommunication.
Preparesstudentsfor
Englishasa SecondLanguage545in Level4. Fourteenhoursof supplemental
instruction
in a Success
Centerthatsupportsthiscourseis required.Maybe
takentwice.
4930.80
537 IntermediateWritingI - Level3 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendationbythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel2course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-low
levelwritingcourse.Focusison
developing
fluencythroughwritingactivities.Skills
learned:useof manytypesof sentences,spelling
conventions,
basicmechanics,
the writingprocess,
andpersonalwriting.Preparesstudentsfor English
asa SecondLanguage547 in Level4. Maybetaken
twice.
4930.80
539 IntermediateReadingandVocabulary
DevelopmentI-Level 3 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendationbythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel2 course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-low
levelreadingcourse.Emphasis
is on independent
reading,comprehension,
reading
fordetails,vocabulary
development,
scanning,
skimming,andsummarizing.
Prepares
studentsforEnglishas a SecondLanguage
549 in Level4. Maybe
takentwice.
4930.80
CATALOG
2005-2006
543 IntermediateCommunicative
GrammarSkills
II - Level4 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:PlacementrecommendationbytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel3 course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Concentrates
on strengthening
grammarskillsand
idiomaticusageto helpstudentsexpressideason
manyacademicandpersonaltopicsin bothspeech
andwriting.Focuson conditionals,
perfectmodals,
passives,complexsentenceconstruction,tense
shifting,run-ons,andfragments.Preparesstudents
for Englishas a SecondLanguage553 in Level5.
Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
545 IntermediateListeningandSpeakingII Level4 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:PlacementrecommendationbytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel3course,
NotDegreeApplicable.
A conversational
approachtolearningEnglish.Conversationskills andthe languageused in reading,
writing,andcommunicative
grammarskillsformthe
basisof the course.Pronunciation,
conversation
skills, and practicedialogueshelp studentsbuild
overallfluencyand comprehension.
Preparesstudentsfor Englishasa SecondLanguage
555 inLevel
5. Fourteenhoursof supplemental
instructionin a
Success
Centerthatsupportsthiscourseisrequired.
Maybe takentwice.
4930.80
547 IntermediateWritingII - Level4 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:PlacementrecommendationbytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel3course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-mid
levelwritingcourse.Focusison
improvingfluencythroughwriting.Skillsemphasis:
spellingconventions,tenses, mechanics,various
sentencestructures,use of transitions,and basic
paragraphstructurein personalwriting. Prepares
studentsfor Englishas a SecondLanguage557 in
Level5. Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
54g IntermediateReadingandVocabulary
Development
II - Level4 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:PlacementrecommendationbytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel3course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-mid
levelreadingcourse.Emphasis
is on independent
reading,vocabularyenrichment,
comprehension
development,
readingfor details,
readingspeed,and predictingand inference.Preparesstudentsfor Englishas a SecondLanguage
559in Level5. Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
553 IntermediateCommunicative
GrammarSkills
III - Level5 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
by theESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel4 course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Expandsthe student'sgrammarskillsandidiomatic
usage,witha specialemphasis
oncorrectgrammar
usageinacademic
writingandinspeechonacadem-
124
ic topics.Focusongerundsversusinfinitives,adverbial clauses,transitions,agreementproblems,articles,andaspect.PreparesstudentsforEnglishasa
SecondLanguage563 in Level6. May be taken
twice.
4930.80
555 IntermediateListening,Speaking,and
Pronunciation
Skills- Level5 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:P/acementrecommendation
by theESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel4course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Focusonoralcomponent
of thereading,
writing,and
communicative
grammarskillscoursesin Level5.
Correctpronunciation
andintonation,conversation
strategies,idiomaticuse of English,and dialogue
help the studentbuildthe speakingand listening
skillsnecessary
forstrongfluencyandcomprehensign.Preparesstudents
for English
asa SecondLanguage 565 in Level 6. Fourteen hours of
supplemental
instruction
in a SuccessCenterthat
supportsthiscourseis required.Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
557 Intermediate
WritingIII-Level 5 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
by theESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel4 course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-high
levelwritingcourse.Thefocus
movesthe writerawayfrom personalwritingto academicwriting.Skillsemphasis:sentencestructure,
mechanics,
formalversusinformalusage,sentence
types,purpose,andaudience.Preparesstudentsfor
Englishasa SecondLanguage
567 in Level6. May
betakentwice.
4930.80
55g IntermediateReadingandVocabulary
Development
III - Level5 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLeve/4course.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anintermediate-high
levelreadingcourse.Emphasis
isonindependent
reading,vocabulary
development,
readingspeed,criticalthinkingskills,vocabulary
enrichment,
andstudyskillssuchas notetaking
and
developing
a markingsystem.Preparesstudents
for
Englishasa SecondLanguage
569 in Level6. May
betakentwice.
4930.80
563 Advanced
GrammarReview-Level6 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bytheESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLeve/Scourse.
NotDegreeApplicable.
A comprehensive
reviewof Englishgrammarwith
focus on thoseareaswhichtroublethe advanced
Englishas a SecondLanguagestudent.Special
emphasisonuseofconditionals
andotherclauses,
subject-verb
agreement,pronounproblems,useof
commas, capitalization,
articles, style, passives,
fragments,andsentencetypes.Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
[_/Chaffey
College
,
Course
Descriptions
565 AdvancedListening,Speaking,and
Notetaking-Level6 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credJt/no
creditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel5 course,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Provideslistening,speaking,andnotetakingskills
for advancedstudentswhoseprimarylanguageis
notEnglish.Course
focusesonlistening
comprehensign,criticalthinking,vocabulary
development,
conversation strategies,and notetaking.Students
discussacademic
topics,stressingthecomprehensignof mainideasanddetails.Preparesstudentsfor
Englishasa SecondLanguage575 in Level7. May
betakentwice.
4930.80
567 WritingandParagraph
Structure-Level6 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/no
creditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel5 course,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Anadvancedwritingcourse.Focusis on the many
typesof paragraph
development
andotherexpository writing,as preparationfor writingessays.Skills
emphasis: audience,purpose, point of view,
advancedsentencestructures,tone,advanced
paragraph structures,and rhetoricalmodes. Prepares
studentsfor Englishasa SecondLanguage450 in
Level7. Maybetakentwice.
4930.80
569 CriticalThinking,Reading,andVocabulary
Level6 (3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
bythe ESL
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevel5 course,
NotDegreeApplicable.
An advancedlevel reading coursedesignedto
improvethestudent's
readingefficiency
byfocusing
onvocabularyenrichment,
comprehension
development, critical thinking skills, and study skills,
Throughreadinga widevariety of materials,discussingthem in class,and completingwritten
assignments,
the studentpracticesand develops
wholelanguagefacilityand criticalthinkingskills,
May betakentwice.
4930.80
575 AcademicListening,Speaking,and
Notetaking-Level7 (3)
Courseis offeredonlyon acredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Placementrecommendation
by theES/_
assessmenttest, or satisfactorycompletionof any
ESLLevelGcourse.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Provideslisteningand speakingskills for highadvancedstudentswhoseprimarylanguageis not
English.Focuson listening,givingoral presentations,criticalthinking,
advanced
conversation,
argument, and academicskillsneededfor successful
transitionto non-ESLcollegecoursework. Maybe
takentwice.
4930.80
592A-HSpecialTopicsLecture:
EnglishasaSecondLanguage(.5-6)
Coursesareofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4,5, or 6 lecture,
NotDegreeApplicable.
Special-interest
lecturecourseofferingspecializationsin basiclanguage
acquisition
skills.Topicsare
determined
bythe individualinstructor
and covera
rangeof subject
areasrelevanttothefieldof English
as a SecondLanguage.
Referto instructorsyllabus
CATALOG
2005.2006
and classschedulefor currentterm emphasisand
requirements.Maybetakenfourtimes regardlessof
the unit combination.However,no single-subject,
special-interestclass may be repeated.May havea
recommendedpreparation,or requireprerequisites
and/or corequisites,based on the content of the
course.
4930.80
61 BasicPatternmaking
(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:FashionOesign40.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Theoryand practice in developingflat patternsfor
ready-to-wearand custom dressmaking, using
industrystandardsandhalf-scaleblocks.Instruction
is givenin interpretinga styleand translatingthe
592LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
designtopaperpatterns.Thefirstworkingpatternis
Englishas a SecondLanguage(.5-6)
thencutandsewnin muslinfortestingfit, exactness
Courses
areofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis, of techniques,and performance.Correctionsare
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5, 6,9, 12, 15 or 18self-paced made,basedonindividual
andteamevaluations.
laboratory.
1303.10
NotDegreeApplicable.
Special-interest
laboratorycourseofferingspecial- 65 FashionIllustration(2) [Cx]
izationsin basiclanguage
acquisitionskills.Topics Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
aredetermined
bytheindividual
instructor
andcover TransferCredit:CSU.
a rangeof subjectareas relevant
tothefieldof Eng- Introductoryfashionsketching,leadingto more
lishas a SecondLanguage.Referto instructorsyl- advancedfashionfigure drawingand descriptive
labusandclassschedulefor currenttermemphasis renderingfor fashiondesigners,illustrators,and
andrequirements.
May betakenfourtimesregard- merchandisers.
Development
of originaldesigns
and
less of the unit combination.However,no single- the usesof techniquesof drawingfor retailfashion
subject,special-interest
classmay berepeated.May advertising.Maybetakentwice.
1303.00
havearecommended
preparation,
or requireprerequisitesand/orcorequisites,basedonthe contentof 72 FashionDraping(2)
thecourse.
4930.80 Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:FashionDesign40.
Advisory:Completionof FashionDesign 61 is recommended.
(FASHD)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Threedimensionaldrapingin muslinandtranslation
16 Principles
ofCostume
DesignandProduction
(3) of the drapetoa hardpattern.
1303.10
(Alsoavailable
asTeledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
16)
Classhours:3 lecture.
411 PatternDrafting(1.5)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Business
andtechnicalaspectsof thetheatrical
cos- Usingcurrentgarmentindustrytechniques,
students
tume design process.Topicsinclude:research, learnto measurea livemodel or utilizeindustry
design,sourcingof materials,budgets,andworking specsin the developmentof a basicblockof full
relationshipsbetweenthe designer,director,andthe scale pattern pieces, which becomethe working
entireproductionteam.
1303.00 basisfor future patternmaking.Blockswill be developed for varioussizing and divisions in childrens,
20 HistoryofFashion(3)
menswear,
juniors,misses,andlargesizes.1303.30
Classhours:31ecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
412 PatternGrading(1.5)
Originandevolution
of apparelstylesthroughhisto- Classhours:1.5 lecture.
ry, from Egyptianto contemporaryperiods.Socio- Prerequisite:FashionDesign411.
logical,economic,political,and physicalfactors Creatingasetof production
patternpiecesinvarious
affectinoapparel choicesthroughthe centuries, sizesfor purposesofmassproduction. 1303.30
Trendsof recurringstylesthroughoutthe fashion
cycle.
1303.00 415 TextileSurfaceDesign(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
40 Beginning
ClothinoConstruction
(2)[Cx]
Embellishment,enhancement,and alterationsof
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
existingtextilesurfacesfor incorporation
into the
TransferCredit:CSU.
desionand constructionof ready-to-wearapparel
Principlesandtechniquesfor developingfundamen- andaccessories.
1303.10
tal skills in clothing constructionusingwoven fabrJcs.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1303.10 421 CulturesandWorldFashion(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
42 Advanced
ClothingConstruction
(2)
Worldsurveyof ethnicclothingas it relatesto the
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
social,political,economic,andreligiouscontextsof
Prerequisite:Fashion
Design40.
usein its countryof origin.Contemporary
applicaTransferCredit:CSU.
tionsof ethnicdress as a designsourcein today's
Techniques
of couturesewing,tailoring,andtheban- fashionapparel.
1303.00
dlingof specialtyfabrics.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1303.10 427 Computer-Aided
FashionDesign(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
45 BasicDesignandCreativity(3)
Introductorycourseusingcomputer-assisted
fashClasshours:3 lecture,
iondesignsoftwaretocreateflatsketches,
assemble
TransferCredit:CSU.
storyboards,designtextiles,andcomputecostand
Identification
and utilizationof the elementsand specificationsheets.Ten hours of supplemental
principlesof designcommonto fashiondesign, instructionin the FashionDesign laboratoryis
while encompassing
all arts includingpainting, requiredforcompletion
ofrequiredcomputer-based
sculpture,interiors,and architecture.
Emphasison assignments.
Maybetakentwice.
1303.30
creativeexpressionthrough utilizationof good
designprinciples
andelements.
1303.10
FASHION
DESIGN
125
I_[Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
441 IntermediateClothingConstruction(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;31aboratory.
Prerequisite:FashionDesign40.
Intermediateapparelconstructionusing moredifficultfabrics.Emphasison bridgeanddesignerquality
garmenttechniques.May betakentwice. 1303.10
442 IndustrialSewing(2)
Classhours:1lecture;3 laboratory,
Corequisite:FashionDesign40 (maybe takenpreviously)
Industrialconstructiontechniquesandassemblyof
apparelutilizingindustrialsewingmachines.May be
takentwice.
1303.30
4g8A,B,CIndependentStudy:
FashionDesign(1, 2, or 3)
Classhours:1,2, or 3 lecture,
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration.
Specializedstudy in fashion design, through
research and documentationor applications in
designandproduction.Independentworkandstudy
will be supervisedby appointedinstructor.May be
takenthreetimes,regardlessof the unit value,
1303.00
482 IndustryInternships:FashionMerchandising
(1)
Class hours: 60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75
hours/term(paid)on-siteworkexperience.
Prerequisite:FashionMerchandising11.
Limitationon Enrollment."Consentof instructor is
requiredprior to registration.
Industryinternshipin cooperationwith areaprivate
and public sector employers providing new or
expandedlearningopportunitiesdirectly relatedto
fashiondesignmerchandisingandreadyingthe studentfor employment.
1303.20
4g8LA,B,CIndependent
StudyLaboratory:
4g2A-HSpecialTopics:
FashionDesign(1,2, or3)
FashionMerchandising
(.5-6)
Classhours:3,6, or 9 laboratory.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
444 FittingandAlterations(1)
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
Specializations
in FashionMerchandising.
Seeclass
Classhours:3 laboratory,
requiredforregistration,
schedulefor the currenttopic.May be takenfour
Prerequisite:FashionDesign40.
Specializedstudy in fashion design, through timesregardlessof the unitcombination.
However,
Advisory: Completionof FashionDesign441 is rec- research and documentationor applicationsin no single-subject,special-interestclass may be
ommended,
designandproduction.
Independent
workandstudy repeated.
1303.20
Basic principlesof custom alterationsand fit. will besupervisedbyappointedinstructor.May be
Includesbusinessemphasis.
1303.30 takenthreetimes,regardlessof the unitvalue.
498LA,B,CIndependent
Study:
1303.00 FashionMerchandising
(1,2, or3)
470 ApparelProduction
(3)
Classhours:3, 6,or 9 laboratory.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is
Prerequisite:FashionMerchandising10.
requiredfor registration.
Advisory:Completionof FashionDesign4OandGOis
Specialized
study infashionmerchandising,
through
recommended,
research and documentation or applicationsin
The design,development,pricing,sourcing,sample (FASHM)
designandproduction. Independent
workandstudy
making, manufacturing,and marketingof a line of
will be supervisedby appointedinstructor.May be
clothing.
1303.30 10 IntroductiontotheFashionIndustry(3)
takenthreetimes,regardlessof the unitvalue.
Classhours:3 lecture.
1303.20
471 Advanced
Patternmaking
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
Basicstudyof thefashiondesignandmerchandising
Prerequisite:FashionDesign61.
industry includingleadingdesignersandgeographiTheoryand practice in developingflat patternsfor cal centers,distribution,textileandapparelproduc(FINART)
tailored garments, suits, linings, and knitwear, tJon,fashion cycles, retail outlets, merchandising
Researchof designdetailsin morecomplicatedgar- techniques,andemploymentopportunities.1303.20 50 Introductionto FineArts(3)
mentsandinterpretationof this detailinto full-scale
Classhours:3 lecture.
patterns. Patternsare cut and correctedfirst in 11 RetailMerchandising
andManagement(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
muslin,thenin designerfabric,withthefinalpattern (Available
alsoasManagement
11)
Introduction
to music, the visualarts, andtheatre
being100%correctfor enteringintoproduction.
Classhours:3 lecture,
including
warandthearts,religionandthearts,tele1303.30 TransferCredit:CSU.
vision,cinema,dance,and/orprinciplesof art critiRoleof retailinginservingthe needsof the commu- cism.
1001.00
480 DesignCollection(2)
nity. Analysisof consumerneeds,store location,
Classhours:1lecture;3 laboratory,
financialrequirements,
andlegalprocessof starting gOAFineArts HonorsSeminar(1)
Prerequisite:FashionDesign42and 61.
a retailoperation.Planningfor storelayout,mer- Classhours:1lecture.
Preparation
of a collectionof garmentsfor usein a chandisemix,vendornegotiation,
pricing,display- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
runwayshow. Studentsmustsketch,design,draft ing, advertising, selling, and controlling of Seecounselor.
or drape pattern,selectdesignerfabrics,and con- merchandise.
1303.20 Honorscomponentfor FineArts.Topicsof interest
structgarmentsincollection.
1303.30
are chosenby the instructorandstudents,
andare
12 VisualMerchandising
(3)
presented
in a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
482 IndustryInternship:
FashionDesign(1)
Classhours:3 lecture,
corequisites
are required.May betakenfour times
Class hours: 60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75
TrensferCredit:CSU.
withchangeintopicemphasis.
1001.00
hours/term(paid)on-siteworkexperience.
Storedesignandspaceplanningto maximizefashCorequisite:Fashion
Design42(maybe takenprevi- ion sales.Visual display of store windows and
ous/y)
vignettes
usingpropertechniques
andartprinciples.
Limitation on Enrollment."Consentof instructor is
1303.20
(FIRETEC)
requiredprior to registration.
Industryinternshipin cooperation
with areaprivate 15 ImageandFashionSelection(3)
1 FireProtectionandOrganization
(3)
and public sector employersprovidingnew or Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:3 lecture.
expandedlearningopportunitiesdirectlyrelatedto
TransferCredit:CSU.
TrensferCredit:CSU
fashiondesignandproduction
andreadyingthestu- Clothingchoicesfor theprofessional
workplaceand Overviewoffire protection
andemer0encyservices,
dentforemployment.
1303.00 Californialifestyles.Analysisof body composition includingthe philosophy,history,evolution,organiandproportions,individualcoloring,andpersonality zational
structure,andfunctionsof publicandprivate
492A-HSpecialTopics:FashionDesign(.5-6)
in the selectionof a trendy,sophisticated,
comfort- fire protectionservices.Topicsinclude:fire departClasshours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3,4, 5, or 6 lecture,
able,andbudget-appropriate
wardrobe. 1303.20 mentsas apartoflocalgovernment;
applicable
laws
Pursuesspecializations
in FashionDesign.Seeclass
andregulations;
scientificterminology;
specificproschedulefor the currenttopics.May be takenfour 60 Textiles(3) [Cx]
tectionfunctions;lossanalysis;basicfirechemistry
timesregardlessofthe unitcombination,however, Classhours:3 lecture,
andphysics;an introductionto fire protectionsysno single-subject,special-interest
class may be TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
terns,strategies,andtactics;andcareeropportunirepeated.
1303.10 Studyofthetextilefibers,yarns,weaves,andfinish- tiesinfire protectionandrelatedfields.
2133.00
es whichgivethe consumerand designera backgroundfor intelligentselection,use, and care of
modernfabrics. Specialemphasison man-made
fibers,theirmanufacture,
properties,
anduse.
1303.20
FASHION
MERCHANDISING
FINE
ARTS
FIRETECHNOLOGY
CATALOG
2005-2006
126
_Chaffey
College
i
Course
Descriptions
2 Fire BehaviorandCombustion(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit: CSU
Theoryandfundamentals
of fire causation,spread,
and control.In-depthstudyof fire chemistryand
physics,characteristics
of combustible
andflammablesubstances,uniquedangersof hazardousmaterials, types of extinguishingagents,and fire control
techniques.
2133.00
3 FireProtectionSystems(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit: CSU
Designfeaturesandoperationof fire detectionand
alarm systems,heat and smokecontrolsystems,
specialprotectionandsprinklersystems,watersupplyfor fire protection,and portablefireextinguishers.
2133.00
4 BuildingConstruction
forFireProtection
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Transfercredit: CSU
Components
of buildingconstruction
relatingto fire
safety.Effectsof construction
and structuraldesign
as keyfactorsin buildinginspection,
fire operations
preplannino,and fire site operations.Evolutionof
buildingand fire codes,developedin responseto
historicalfires, in residential,commercial,and
industrialoccupancies.
2133.00
5 FirePrevention
(3)
Classhours:3lecture,
Transfercredit: CSU
Historyandphilosophyof fire prevention,organizationandoperationofa firepreventionbureau,useof
fire codes,andthe identification
and correctionof
fire hazards.Therelationship
of fireprevention
with
built-infire protectionsystems,fire investigation,
andfire andlife-safetyeducation.
2133.00
6 FireApparatus
andEquipment
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit: CSU
Introductionto themechanized
equipmentoperated
byfireservicepersonneland
theregulationspertainingto itsuse.Topicsinclude:drivinglawsandtechniques, constructionand operation of pumping
engines,laddertrucks,aerialplatforms,specialized
equipment,
andapparatusmaintenance. 2133.00
7 StrategiesandTaclics(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit: CSU
Principles
of firecontrol,throughutilization
of manpower,equipment,extinguishingagents, and fire
commandand controlprocedures.
Useof informationon buildingconstructiontypesin fire control.
Pre-fire planningand the organizedapproachto
decisionmakingonthefire ground.
2133.00
8 FireGroundHydraulics
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Transfercredit: CSU
Principlesof hydraulics,hydraulicmeasurements,
engineand hose appliancecalculations,
discharoe
andvelocityflowcalculations,
andenoineandnozzle
pressuredeterminationinfieldsituations. 2133.00
403 Intermediate Incident CommandSystemsal presentations
andfurtherpracticein comprehenICS-300(1.5)
signsupplementthe textbook.Fourteenhours of
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
supplemental
instructionin a SuccessCenterthat
Prerequisite:FireTechnology4O2
supportsthis courseis required.
This coursecorreProvidescurrentand potentialpublicsafetyman- spondstothefirstyearof highschoolFrench
agers/supervisorswiththe knowledgenecessaryto
1102.00
performina management/supervisory
capacityatan
incidentor eventbeingmanagedwithintheorganiza- 2 ElementaryFrench(4)
tionalguidelines,definedterminology,andcommon Classhours:4 lecture.
responsibilitiesand rolesof the IncidentCommand Prerequisite:French 1 or oneyear of high school
System.
2133.50 French.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
405 Hazardous
MaterialsFirstResponder
(CANFRENSEQA= FR 1+ 2)
Operations
(1)
Continuedsystematicpresentation
of languagepatClasshours:1 lecture,
ternsandof theunderlying
culturalideasthatleadto
Providescurrentandpotentialpublicsafetyworkers, facilityin the four basicskills:aural, oral,reading,
whoarelikelyfirst responders,
with improvedcapa- and writing.Readingselectionsintroducevarious
bilityto respondtoeventsinvolvinghazardous
mate- aspectsofthelifeandcultureof theFrench-speaking
rials in a safe and competentmanner,withinthe peoples.Filmsandanaudiovisual
programcontaintypical resourceand capabilitylimitationsat the ing culturalpresentations
and further practicein
operational
level.MeetsOSHArequirements
under comprehension
supplementthe textbook.Fourteen
Title8CCR5192and29 CFT1910.120. 2133.50 hoursofsupplemental
instructionina SuccessCenter thatsupports
thiscourseisrequired. 1102.00
410 FireCommand
1A(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
3 IntermediateFrench(4)
Prerequisite:FireTechnology402.
Classhours:4 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Mustshow certificationas Prerequisite:French2 or two yearsof high school
afirefighter.
French.
Provides
fire companyofficerswith informationand TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
experience
in commandandcontroltechniques
used (CANFREN8)(CANFRENSEQB=FR3+4)
at the sceneof an emergency.Emphasized
topics Reviewsbasicgrammarand presentsmoreelaboinclude:organizationalstructure,authority,com- rate constructions
as a preparationfor advanced
mand, pre-planning,decision-making,personnel readingandwriting.Affordsopportunityfor speakissues,andtrainingtechniques.Maybetakentwice, ing andwritingFrenchonan increasingly
advanced
2133.50 level. Includesreading,discussing,and writing
aboutselections
fromFrenchliteratureofincreasing
411 FireCommand
1B(2)
difficulty.Fourteenhoursof supplementalinstrucClasshours:2 lecture,
tion ina Success
Centerthatsupportsthis courseis
Prerequisite:FireTechnology410.
required.
1102.00
Limitationon Enrollment:Mustshowcertificationas
a firefighter.
4 IntermediateFrench(4)
Providesfire companyofficerswith information
and Classhours:4 lecture.
experiencein hazardousmaterialsincidentmanage- Prerequisite:French3.
mint skills.Emphasizes
utilization
ofcommandprin- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
ciples, identification, assessment, special (CANFREN10)(CANFRENSEQB=FR3+4)
techniques,andemergencyplanning.May betaken Focuseson complex constructionsand syntax.
twice.
2133.50 Opportunityfor speakingand writingFrenchonan
advancedlevel.Includesreading,discussing,and
412 FireCommand
1C(2)
writingaboutsophisticated
selectionsfrom French
Classhours:2 lecture,
literature.Fourteenhoursof supplemental
instrucPrerequisite:Fire Technology411.
tionin a Success
Centerthatsupportsthiscourseis
Limitationon Enrollment:Mustshowcertificationas required.
1102.00
a firefighter.
Responsibilities
ofthefirecompanyofficerat awild- 15 FrenchConversation
(2)
land/urbaninterfaceincident.Maybetakentwice.
Classhours:2 lecture.
2133.50 Prerequisite:French 1 or oneyear of high school
French.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Practice in hearing and speaking French, with
emphasisoneverydayspeechpatterns.Subjectsfor
extemporaneous
conversation
stresspracticalsitua(SEE
HOTEL
ANDFOOD
MANAGEMENT,
ANDNUTRITIONtionsandculturalbackground.
Maybetakentwice.
ANDFOOD)
1102.00
FOOD
SERVI(:E
MANAGEMENT
92A-HSpecialTopics:
FrenchLiterature,LanguageandCulture(.5-6)
(re)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
402 BasicIncidentCommand
Systems1 Elementary
French(4)
Seecounselor.
ICS-200(1)
Classhours:4 lecture.
Specialinterestclassof varyinglengthfor students
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
whoseekfurtherdevelopment
inspecificareasoflitProvidesaworkingknowledge
of the IncidentCorn- (CANFRENSEOA=FRI+2)
eratureandextendedknowledge
ofthe language
and
mandSystem(ICS)function,organization,
features, A systematic
presentation
of language
patternsand culture.Variety of topics offeredwith particular
facilities,resources,
andresponsibilities.2133.50 of theunderlying
culturalideasthatleadtofacilityin emphasisdetermined
bytheinstructor.
Maybetaken
thefour basicskills:aural,oral,reading,
andwriting, for a maximumof nineunits; however,no singleReadingselectionsintroduce
variousaspectsof the subject,special-interest
classmayberepeated.
life and cultureof the French-speaking
peoples.
1102.00
Filmsandanaudiovisual
programcontaining
culturCATALOG
2005-2006
FREN(H
127
S Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
GEOGRAPHIC
INFORMATION
analysiscapabilitiesof ArcViewand otherGISsoftware. Introductionto GPS(GlobalPositioningSysterns), including terminology, technology, data
settlementpatterns, aboriginal patterns, national
interests,economicexploitation,agriculture,cornmerce,ethnicity, demography,and changingatti-
SYSTEMS
(GIS)
structures,use of metadata,and hands-ontraining
using GPSremotesensinghardwareand software.
tudes.Emphasisonthe origin anddiffusionof North
Americanculturaltraditions.
2206.00
1 Introduction
toGeographic
Information
Systems(4)
Useof GISandgeostatisticalmethodsto establish
criteria
for multi-disciplinaryapplicationsanalysis.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
2206.10
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory
Advisory:Completionof ComputerInformationSys- 401 Introduction
toArcViewforGeographic
terns4is recommended
InformationSystems(1)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit
limitations
Interdisciplinary
courseto explore
thefundamentals Classhours:1 lecture,
and introducethe GeographicInformationSystem
11
WorldCultures
(3)
Classhours:3
lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Geographic
aspectsof worldculturesin relationship
to landandsea.Dynamicsof differentsocietiesand
theirimpacton thenaturalworldis tracedthrough
Advisory."
Completionof ComputerInformationSystems4isrecommended,
(GIS) usedfor management,
analysis,andcommu- Introductionto GeographicInformationSystems
n/cationofspatialdata.Includesa briefintroduction (GIS)usingArcView.Conceptual
overviewandbasic
to basic cartographicprinciples,includingmaps, functions.Useof ArcViewGISsoftwareandtheGeoscales,coordinatesystems,and map projections, graphicalUserInterfaceto create,edit, query,and
Variousapplications
of GIStechnologyusedinenvi- displaygeographical
andtubulardata.Coursedevelronmental
science,business,
andgovernment.
Spe- opedand taught by ESRI-certified
Introductionto
cifictopicsincludeGIS
terminology,
workingwith
ArcViewinstructor.Maybetakentwice. 2206.10
spatialdata,andspatialanalysis.Laboratorywork
reinforceslecturetopicswith hands-onexperience
using the ArcViewsoftware.May be takentwice.
NOTE:Studentswho
havecompletedGIS-1Aand
GIS-1Btwicemaynottake
GIS-I.
2206.10
(GEOG)
development,
growth,settlement
patterns,economic
development,agricultural practices,commercial
exploitation,demographicsand politicalevolution
throughchanging
attitudes.
2206.00
1A Introduction
toGeographic
Information
SystemsI (2)
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory
Advisory."Completionof ComputerInformationSysterns4 is recommended
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
1 WorldRegionalGeography
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Regionalgeographyof the world, surveyingthe
majorculturalandphysicalregions.Useof mapsand
regionalanalysisto interpretworld patterns of
phy. Beforeregistering,the student must sign an
agreementwith the instructorconcerningsubject
andintendedlimitsoftheproject.Individualinquiry,
specialtechniques,
andselectedreading. 2206.00
Equivalent
the firsthalf
of GIS-1. Interdisciplinary
course
to to
explorethe
fundamentalsand
introduce
the GeographicInformationSystem(GIS) usedfor
management,analysis,andcommunicationof spatial data.Includesa briefintroductionto basiccartographic principles, including maps, scales,
coordinatesystems,and map projections.
Various
applications
of GIStechnologyusedin environmentalscience,business,
andgovernment.Specifictopics includeGIS terminology,
workingwith spatial
data,and spatialanalysis.Laboratorywork reinforceslecturetopicswithhands-onexperience
using
- the ArcViewsoftware.May be takentwice.NOTE:
StudentswhohavecompletedGIS-1twicemaynot
takeGIS-1A.
2206.10
demography,economies,
resources,
religions,and
languagesin relationshipto
landformsandclimate.
Currentworld problemsdiscussedin aninternational framework.
2206.00
GEOGRAPHY
1B Introduction
to Geographic
Information
SystemsII (2)
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory
Prerequisite:GeographicInformationSystems1A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Equivalent
to thesecondhalfof GIS-I. Interdisciplinarycourseto explorethefundamentals
andintroducetheGeographic
InformationSystem(GIS)used
for management,analysis,and communicationof
spatialdata.Includesa briefintroduction
to basic
cartographicprinciples,includingmaps, scales,
coordinatesystems,and map projections.
Various
applications
ofGIStechnology
usedin environmentalscience,business,
andgovernment.
Specific
topics includeGIS terminology,workingwith spatial
data,and spatialanalysis.Laboratorywork reinforceslecturetopicswithhands-on
experience
using
the ArcViewsoftware.May be takentwice.NOTE:
Studentswho havecompleted
GIS-1twice maynot
takeGIS-1B.
2206.10
2 Intermediate
Geographic
Information
Systems
(3)
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory
Prerequisite:GeographicInformationSystems1,or
1AandlB.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Intermediatelevelcourseprovidingfurtherstudyin
ArcView,andanintroduction
to usingitsdisciplinespecificapplications
in a GIS.Mappingandspatial
CATALOG
2005-2006
4 PhysicaIGeography
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANGEOG
2)
Theglobalphysicalworld,its dynamicsand spatial
relationships.
Physical
environment
presented
as an
integration
of the atmosphere,hydrosphere,
lithosphere,andthebiosphere.
Processes
andspatialrelationshipsthat createdthe globalmosaic.Broad
basedcoursewithaninterdisciplinary
outlook.
2206.00
g8 Independent
Study:Physical/Cultural
Geography
(1, 2, or3)
Classhours:1,2, or3.
Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Forthestudentwhoiscapableandhasthedesireto
exploreand developa problemin physicalgeogra-
GEOLOGY
(GEOL)
(SEE
ALSO
EARTH
SCIENCE}
1 PhysicalGeology
(4)
Classhours:31ecture;31aboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANGEOL2)
Studyoftheearth,composition,structure,
distribution, and modificationof earth materialsand
processes
that shapethe surface.Eight-hourfield
triprequiredinaddition
to normalclassmeetings.
1914.00
2 HistoricalGeology(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Geology1.
5 PhysicalGeography
Laboratory(1)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
(CANGEOL4)
Corequisite:Geography
4 (maybe takenpreviously). Historyoftheearthanditslifeforms.Changes
intecTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
tonicplatesandlifeformsthroughtimeandstudyof
Fieldobservation
andanalysisof physicalenviron- fossils.Eight-hourfield trip requiredin additionto
ments to accompanyGeography4. Laboratoryis normalclassmeetings.
1914.00
heldin thefieldforon-siteinterpretation
of climate,
soils,landforms,plant,andanimaldistribution.
6 GeologyofNationalParksandMonuments
(3)
2206.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
6 Environmental
Geography
(3)
Geology
and historyof selectednationalparksand
Classhours:3 lecture,
monumentsthroughoutthe United States with
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
emphasisonthegeological
processes
whichformed
Globalperspectives
on environmental
geography, them. Eight-hourfield trip requiredin additionto
Geographical
approachto the biosphere:environ- normalclassmeetings.
1914.00
mental principles,economicsand environment,
humanimpact,extinction
andbiodiversity,
food/pop- 10 Environmental
Geology(3)
ulationcrises,the socialenvironment,
globaltam- Classhours:3 lecture.
pering, and contemporary values in global TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
environmental
issues.
2206.00 Application
of geological
principles
to understanding
environmental
hazardsand resources.
Emphasison
10 CulturalGeography
of NorthAmerica(3)
humaninteraction
withactiveprocesses.Eight-hour
Classhours:3 lecture,
fieldtriprequiredoutsideof normalclassmeetings.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANGEOG
4)
1914.00
Culturalgeographyof NorthAmericain time and
space.The dynamics
and ethnicityof NorthAmericancultureistracedthroughdiscovery,
exploration,
128
I_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
20 Introductionto Paleontology
(4)
Honorscomponentfor Geology.Topicsof interest
Classhours:3 lecture,3 laboratory,
Advisory:Completionof Geology2 andBiology10is
recommended,
are chosenby the instructor and students,and are
presented
ina seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
corequisites
are required.May be takenfour times
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
withchangeintopicemphasis.
1914.00
Morphologyand evolutionof fossil organisms.
Includesinterpretation
of fossil recordandenviron- 92A-H SpecialTopics:Geology(.5-6)
ments.Eight-hourfieldtrip requiredin additionto Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture,
normalclassmeetings.
1914.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
30 GeologyofCalifornia(3)
Currenttopics,geological
occurrences
of geological
Classhours:3 lecture,
interestor geological
specialization.
Fieldtripmaybe
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
required.Maybetakenfourtimes.
1914.00
Physicalandhistoricalgeologyof California,includJngthe developmentof thetwelvegeomorphicdivisigns.Eight-hourfield trip requiredin additionto
normalclassmeetings.
1914.00
g8L Independent
Study:Geology(1,2, or 3)
Classhours:3, 6, or 9 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Geology1.
Limitation on Enrollment: /nstroctor signature is
30T GeologyofCaliforniaFieldTrip(1.5)
requiredfor registration,
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Corequisite:Geology30 (maybetakenpreviously).
Seecounselor.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Individualstudycoursefor capablestudentswhoare
Fieldinvestigation
of California,with emphasison interestedin furtheringtheir knowledge
of geology.
areasnorthandwestof the MojaveDesert.Instruc- Student-instructor
agreementas to the natureand
tionduringcampingtrip.Maybetakentwice,
extentof theprojectmustbereachedbeforethestu1914.00 dentmay enrollin the course.May betakenfour
times.
1914.00
70 CaliforniaFieldTrip(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;
3 laboratory,
Corequisite:Anygeologycourseor Earth
Sciencelrmay be takenpreviously).
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Geologicinvestigationof an areawithin California.
Campingtrip of varying length (approximately1
week).Maybetakenfourtimesastripsiteschange.
1914.00
GERONTOLOGY
(GERO)
11 Introduction
toGerontology
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Interdisciplinary
overviewofthediversecharacteristics,strengths,
andneedsofthe increasingnumber
of olderpersons.Topicsinclude:agingservicesand
community resources,occupationsand career
preparation
ingerontology,
information
onagingand
oldage, lawsand regulations
governing
workwith
theelderly,andethicalandpolicyissues. 1309.00
18 SociologyofAging(3)
(Available
alsoasSociology
18)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof Sociology 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Agingasa socialprocess.Agestatusandinequality;
role expectations;genderand ethnicdifferences.
Society'sresponseto the increasing
populationof
older people.Intergenerational
and public policy
issues. Cross-cultural
data and informationon
mythsaboutaging.May be offeredas an Honors
course.
1309.00
21 Developmental
Psychology:
AdulthoodandAging(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
1 Elementary
German(4)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Classhours:4 lecture.
Seecounselor.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Studyofhumandevelopment
in adulthoodwith par(CANGERMSEQA=GERI+2)
ticularemphasison biologicaland environmental
A systematicpresentationof languagepatternsand influences.Social,cognitive,andphysicalchanges
guided listening,speaking,and writing activities areexaminedin lightof contemporaryresearchand
75A,B Out-of-State
FieldTrip(2, 3)
facilitatecompetence
in basiccommunication
skills, theory.Designedto helppersonsofall aoesunderClasshours:1 lecture;
3 or 6 laboratory,
and conveyvarious culturalaspectsof German- standthe agingprocessfrom a psychological
perCorequisite:AnygeologycourseorEarth
speakingcountries.Fourteenhoursof supplemental spective.
1309.00
Science1(maybetakenpreviously),
instructionin a SuccessCenterthatsupportsthis
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
courseis required.This coursecorresponds
to the 22 DyinoandDeath(3)
Seecounselor,
firstyearof highschoolGerman.
1103.00 (Available
alsoasSocialScience
22)
Geologicinvestigationof an areaor relatedareas,
Classhours:3 lecture.
withallor a portionlocatedoutofCalifornia.Camp- 2 Elementary
German(4)
Advisory: Completionof any introductorycoursein
ingtrip of varyinolength(usually1, 2, or 3 weeks) Classhours:4 lecture,
psychology,sociology,anthropology,religion, or
followslectureportionof class.May betakenfour
Prerequisite:German1 or oneyear of high school philosophyis recommended.
timesastripsiteschange.
1914.00 German.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Perspectives
ondeath:cross-cultural
andhistorical.
80 MineralooY
I (4) [Cx]
(CANGERMSEQA = GER1+ 2)
Deathin Americansociety.Healthcaresystems(the
Classhours:2 lecture;6 laboratory.
Continuedsystematicpresentationof languagepat- hospitalandthe dying patient,hospice,etc.). Death
Prerequisite:Geologyl.
terns and guided listening, speaking,and writing andthe processof dying.Bioethics:dyingintechnolAdvisory."Completionof ChemistrylOor high school activitiesthat leadto greatercompetencein basic ogy age. Euthanasia,suicide, funerals, grief, and
chemistry,and Mathematics430 or high school communicationskills and conveyfurther cultural bereavement.
The lawanddeath.Livingwills, organ
geometryisrecommended,
aspects of German-speakingcountries. Fourteen donation, autopsies.Life after death:old and new
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
hoursofsupplemental
instruction
in aSuccessCen- meanings.
Aninterdisciplinary
coursewithemphasis
Crystallography
andphysical,
chemical,
anddescrip- terthatsupportsthiscourseisrequired. 1103.00 inthe disciplines
ofsociology,
psychology,
andphitive mineralogy.
Mineralassemblages
and genesis
Iosophy.
1309.00
emphasized.
Forty-eight
hoursof fieldtriprequired
in addition
tonormalclassmeetings.
GERMAN(GER)
g2A-HSpecialTopics:GermanLiterature,
LanguageandCuIture(.5-6)
85 PetrologyI(5) [Cx]
Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Classhours:3.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Prerequisite:Geology1.
Seecounselor.
Advisory."Completionof Chemistry10orhigh school Specialinterestclassof varyinglengthfor students
chemistryis recommended,
who seekfurtherdevelopmentinspecificareasof litTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
erature,and extendedknowledgeof the language
Hand-specimen
petrology:igneous,metamorphic andculture.Varietyof topicsoffered,withparticular
and sedimentary.Forty-eighthours of field trip emphasisdeterminedby the instructor.Seeclass
requiredinaddition
to normalclassmeetings,
schedulefor emphasis.May be takenfour times,
1914.00 However,no single-subject,special-interest
class
31 FitnessandWellnessfor OlderAdults(3)
(Available
alsoasPhysical
Education.
Lecture
31)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Trainingfor peoplewhoteacholderpeopletheexercisesandwellnesspractices
necessary
for an active,
healthfullife. Enduranceexercisesto conditionthe
cardiovascularsystem, calisthenics chosen for
strengthareas,andstretchingpositionsto improve
joint mobility.Providesexperiencein body conditioningexercises,as wellas safetyprecautions
and
accidentpreventionfor the elderlyduring physical
90A Geology
HonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
exercise.Chairandbedexercises
for peoplewithlimitedmobility.
1309.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
1914.00
maybe repeated.
1103.00
129
_jChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
405 ResourcesandServicesfor OlderAdults(2)
(Formerly
Gerontology410)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
Providesstudentswith skillsneededto accesscornmunityresourcesand servicesfor older adults.An
introduction to resources, services, eligibility
requirements,andfunding.An overviewofstrategies
to locateresourcesthroughdirectcontactas wellas
Internet research.Studentsacquirea basic understandingof applicationspertinentto gerontological
servicesettings,andlearnto locateresourcesonthe
Internet.
1309.00
worker.Thesocialworkdesigneeis responsible
for
identifyingand meetingthe medically-related
social
and emotionalneedsof the patients.Designedto
providethe studentwith the tools, theory,andskills
neededto carryout thesefunctions.
1309.00
4g2A-H SpecialTopics:Gerontology(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture,
Various specializedinterestsin the study of aging,
Seeclass schedulefor the current topic. May be
takenfour times regardlessof the unit combination,
However,no single-subject,special-interesttopic
may berepeated.
1309.00
415 HealthandWellnessforOlderAdults(3)
(Formerly
Gerontology
412)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Understanding
healthy
aging
aswell
aschronic
con- GUIDAN(E(GUID)
ditionsoflaterlife.Healthbehaviorsandlifestylefactors that contributeto good health in later life. 2 Essentials
ofStudentSuccess(2)
Wellnesspractices
thatcontributeto diseasepreven- Classhours:2 lecture.
tion.
1309.00 TransferCredit:CSU.
Designedto increasestudentproficiencyandreten422A DementiaCare:
tionincollege.Topicsinclude:learningstyles,study
Understanding
DementingIllnesses(1)
-and time managementtechniques,motivation,
Classhours:1 lecture,
libraryresearchmethods,criticalthinking,memory
Caringfor the needsof personswith dementia: and readingstrategies,and explorationof college
understandingdementingillnesses.Topicsinclude: services.Helpsstudentsdevelopthe personaland
normalagingversusdementia;Alzheimer'sdisease interpersonalcommunication skills critical to
and other dementias;assessmentand treatment; becomingresponsiblelearners,introduces
students
medicaland socialmodelsof care;the influenceof to the varioussegmentsof highereducationin Callenvironmentaldesign;ethicalissues;culturaldiffer- fornia.
4930.10
encesthataffectthe experienceof illnessandcare;
andcommunityresources.
1309.00 3 CareerExploration
andPlanning(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
422B DementiaCare:
TransferCredit:CSU.
Understanding
DifficultBehaviors(1)
Designedfor studentsseekingdirectionabout a
Classhours:1 lecture,
careerand/ora major.TopicsincludelifeproblemCaringfor the needs of personswith dementia: solving;evaluationof values, interests,abilities,
understanding
difficultbehaviors.Topics include: skills,andpersonality;
intensive
careerinvestigation;
commonbehaviorproblemsandstrategies
forwork- analysisandevaluation
of employmenttrends;job
ing with them; communication
skillsto enhance research;and self-marketingskill development,
caregiving;
caregiverstress;
theinfluence
of environ- Understanding
physical,psychological,
and social
mentaldesignoncareprovidersandrecipients;
ethi- issuesthatimpactcareerandlifechoiceswillalsobe
cal issues;the importanceof culturaldifferences; addressed.
4930.10
andcommunityresources.
1309.00
492A-HSpecialTopics:Guidance
(.5-6)
422C DementiaCare:
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture,
PlanningMeaninglulActivities(1)
Opportunityto exploreguidance-related
topics in
Classhours:1 lecture,
greaterdepth.Emphasisselectedby the instructor
Caringfor theneedsof personswithdementia:
plan- fromvarietyof topics.Seeclassschedule
for emphaningmeaningful
activities.
Topicsinclude:
communi- sis.Maybetakentwice.
4930.10
cation skills; identifying what is meaningful;
failure-freeactivitiesfor personswithdementia;the 503 OrientationtoCollege(2)
importanceof environmentaldesign;ethicalissues; Courseis offeredonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
cultural differences important in the design and Classhours:2lecture.
deliveryof activities;andcommunityresources.
Not DegreeApplicable.
1309.00 Designedto increase
studentproficiencyandretention in collegeanddevelopthe student'slearning
462 ActivityCoordinatorTrainiog(4)
style, study techniques,motivation,and library
Classhours:4lecture,
usageskills.In-depthexploration
ofavailable
college
State-certified
trainingfor thoseworkingasanactiv- services.Introducesstudentsto the multiplesegity director in a skillednursingfacility.Practicein mentsofhighereducation
in California. 4930.10
documentationand familiarizationwith Title 22
requirements,OBRA regulations,job description, 504 Educational
Planning(.5)
basicmedicalterminology,
and skillsnecessaryfor Courseisofferedona credit/no-credit
basisonly.
an activitydirector.Organizing,implementingand Classhours:.5lecture.
evaluating
activitiesprograms.Geriatricdrugs,psy- Advisory:Completionof assessmentandorientation
cho-social
needs,andotheragingissues.Producing is recommended,
activitycalendars,maximizing
patientinterestsand NotDegreeApplicable.
participation.Therapeuticand bedsideactivities. Preparesstudentsto developa successfuleduceStylesof leadership,
andan overviewof the func- tional plan. Topics include: requirementsfor
tionsoftheinterdisciplinary
team.
1309.00 degrees,certificates,
andpreparation
fortransferto
othereducational
institutions;
academic
policiesand
463 SocialWorkDesigneeTraining(3)
regulations;
datesanddeadlines
foracademicproceClasshours:3 lecture,
dures;programsof study;studentsupportservices;
Definestheresponsibilities
of thepersoninanursing studyskills;and otherrelevantfactsaboutthe colhome(longterm carefacility)designated
as social lege.
4930.10
CATALOG
2005.2006
130
506 CollegeSuccess(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
got gegreeApplicable.
Designedfor returningandcontinuingstudentsto
developcriticallearningskills necessaryfor college
success.Variouspersonaland learningassessment
tools areemployedto identifyand evaluatestudent
preparationand attitude for a successfulcollege
experience.Positive growth and self-motivation
strategiesand topics are explored,with a special
focus on developingrealistic educationaland life
goals.Continueddevelopmentof effectivelearning
skills, including study techniques,time management,test-takingskills, note-taking,learningstyles,
andtheutilization
ofcollegesupportsystems.
4930.10
511 CollegeSuccess
Seminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
Corequisite:Guidance506.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Supplementalseminar designedto help students
applyprinciplesandconcepts
exploredinthecorequisitecourse.Studentscompletea comprehensive
self-evaluationof their existinglearningskills and
preparedness
for college,developandimplementa
personalplan for success,connectwith campus
supportprogramsandservices,anddevelopa studenteducational
planthatoutlinesa timelinefor goal
accomplishment.
4930.10
600 OrientationandCounseling
(NC)
Classhours:Variablearranged
Advisory."Recommendedfor first-time studentsat
ChaffeyCo//ege
Non-CreditCourse.
Overviewof collegeprogramsandservices,
anddiscussionof factors necessaryfor collegesuccess.
Withthe assistanceof a counselorand using the
resultsof assessmentsof reading,writing, and
mathematicalskills,
studentsdevelopaneducational
planwhichincludesthe coursework
and services
requiredtoachieveeducational
goals.
4930.10
650 SupervisedTutoring(NC)
Classhours:Variableand arranged;basedon studentneedas determined
byassessment,
diagnostic
instruments,
and/orinstructorrecommendation.
Non-CreditCourse.
Open-entry/open-exit
supervisedtutoringcourse
designedto helpstudentsachievespecificcourse
objectives,enhancecomprehensionof discipline
concepts,and improve learningand study skills
within a specific subjectarea.The contentof this
course varies accordingto the course for which
tutoringissought.Maybe repeated.
4930.09
HEALTH
S(IEN(E(es)
(SEEALSOBIOLOGY)
Studentsenrolled in twocorequisite-linkedcourses that consist of one lecture and one lab course
(i.e. HS-11and 11L), will receivethe lower of the
twogradesearnedin thesecourses,forbothcourses, wheneither coursegradeis lessthansatisfactory. A minimumgrade of "C" in both the lecture
and the laboratorycourseis required.
11 Introduction
toHealthScience
Informatics(2) [Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture.
Corequisite:HealthScience11L.
Advisory."A coursein basiccomputerinformation
systemsconceptsis recommended.
!Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
TransferCredit:CSU.
BasicInternetskillsandresources.Useof research
dataandinformationto enhanceprofessionalproblem solvingandclientcasemanagement.Reviewof
ethicsconsiderationsin the useof informationsysternswithinthe healthsciencefield.
1223.00
11L Introduction
toHealthScienceInformatics
Lab
(1) [Cx]
Classhours:3 laboratory,
Corequisite:HealthScience11.
Advisory:A course in basic computerinformation
systemsconceptsisrecommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Resourcedevelopmentand practicein the acquisition and use of Internetdata and informationto
enhanceprofessionalproblemsolvingand client
casemanagement.
1223.00
400 Successin Nursing(1) [Cx]
Classhours:1 lecture.
Nursingin the twenty-firstcenturyina multicultural
community.Explorationof personalresources,interpersonaltraits, and technologyin developmentof
nursingskills.
1230.00
401 BasicECGandDysrhythmia
Interpretation
(2)[Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture,
Electrocardiogram(ECG)assessmentand interpretationof basicdysrhythmias.
1230.00
405 ComputerApplications
forHealthScience(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
LimitationonEnrollment."
Mustbe enrolledin Health
Sciencecourse or have permission of program
director,
A basicunderstandingof micro-computerfunctions
andanintroductionto computerapplicationsusedin
Health Sciences, such as SAMIS, DentrJx,and
MSRADS.Studentswill learnthe skillsnecessaryto
utilizespecificcomputersoftwareprogramsassociatedwith healthcareclinicalsitesandlearnto access
resourceson the Internet.
1223.00
425 Intravenous
Therapy(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Legalandethicalissuesin intravenoustherapy;fluid
andelectrolytebalance;parenteralfluids, equipment
and techniquesfor peripheralintravenoustherapy
andbloodwithdrawal,complicationsof intravenous
therapyand administration
of intravenousmedication. Skills performancein patient care setting
required.
1230.00
428 BasicPharmacology
(3) [Cx]
(Alsoavailable
asNursing:
Vocational428)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Advisory."
Completionof Mathematics401andBiology 424is recommended.
Basicconceptsof pharmacologywithemphasison
the roleof the nursein drug administration.Drugs
affectingbody systems;drugs used in neoplastic
diseases,infectiousdiseasesand in skin disorders;
immunologic
agents,diagnostica0ents,toxicology,
fluidsand electrolytes,
andvitamins.Principles
and
factorsfor managingmedication
regimenin a home
setting. Course is recommendedfor students
enrolledin a nursingprogramand as Continuing
Education
creditfor RN'sandLVN's,BRN#00426.
1230.00
Commonlaboratorytestingreviewedwithdiagnostic
procedures. Preparationof patient interventions HISTORY
(HIST)
duringtestingand interpretationof test results.May
betakentwice.
1230.00 1 WorldHistory:Pre-Civilizationto 1500(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
460 MedicalInformationSystems(.5)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
(CANHIST14) (CANHISTSEQC= HIST1+ 2)
Limitationon Enrollment:Concurrentenrollmentina Comparative,
integrativestudy of the world'smajor
ChaffeyCollegeHealthScienceprogram or current civilizations,from pre-historyto 1500, including
employmentina healthprofessionis required,
those in Eurasia(Mesopotamia,Egypt,Hebrews,
Introduction
to the medicalchartingsystemat local Greeceand Rome,IndiaandChina),Africa,andthe
areahospitals.Topicsinclude:admission,personal Americas.Emphasison the similaritiesanddifferdata entry, patient assessmentand medication encesbetweenthesecivilizations,
andontheirinfluadministrationdocumentation,
information
retrieval, enceson the unfoldingof humanhistory. May be
and security, confidentiality,privacy,and ethics offeredasan Honorscourse.
2205.00
issuesassociatedwith
patientinformation.Complete
hospitalsimulationsare presented.May be taken 2 WorldHistory:1500to Present(3)
fourtimes.
1223.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
470 Hand-HeldComputers
in Healthcare
(CANHIST16) (CANHISTSEQC= HIST1+2)
Environments
(2)
Cross-cultural
studyof all the majorcivilizations
of
Classhours:2 lecture,
the world since 1500. The underlying theme is
Advisory:Basiccomputerskills and healthscience understandingthe causesofthe riseof the West;the
backgroundoreducationisrecommended,
reactionon the non-Westernworld to it; and the
Patientmanagementthrough the useof hand-held ongoingdynamics of the "West versusthe Rest"
computers(HHC's). Point-of-patientcare applica- dialectic.Maybeofferedasan Honorscourse.
tions anddatamanagement.Topicsinclude:retriev2205.00
ing and using Internet resources; downloading
patientdata,includingethical,privacy,and security 4 Historyof Slavery(3)
issues;beaming;research;reports;and time man- Classhours:3 lecture.
agement.Maybe takentwice.
1223.00 Advisory."
CompletionofEnglish1Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
4g2A-HSpecialTopics:HealthScience(.5-6)
Surveyof slaveryfromancienttimes to the present.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Theoriginsof slaveryin humansocieties,developSelectedspecialtopics in a HealthSciencefield for
mentasan institution,andthe impacton the course
studentswho desire an extensiveexplorationof a ofworld history.
2205.00
specializedHealthSciencesubject.May betakenfor
atotal of 12 unitsregardlessofthe unit combination, 5 EarlyWesternCivilizations(3)
however,no single-subject,special-interestcourse Classhours:3 lecture.
maybe repeated.
1230.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANHIST2)
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Development
of the culturalfoundationsof Western
HealthScience(.5-6)
peoplesfrom prehistorictimes,throughthe riseand
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18 laboratory, diffusionof civilizationin the eraof Middle Eastern
Selectedspecialtopics laboratoryfor studentswho dominanceand the MiddleAges, and culminating
desire an extensive explorationof a specialized with the Renaissanceand Reformationperiods in
Health Sciencesubject. May be taken four times WesternEurope.
2205.00
regardlessof the unit combination,however,no single-subject,special-interestcoursemayberepeated. 6 ModernWesternCivilizations(3)
1230.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
500 HealthScienceSkillsDevelopment
I (1)
(CANHIST4)
Courseisofferedonly ona credit/nocreditbasis.
Development
of theculturalfoundationsof Western
Classhours:3 self-pacedlaboratory,
peoplesfrom the CommercialRevolutionand the
NotDegreeApplicable.
developmentof the nation-statein Europethrough
Application
of appropriatehealthscienceskillsin a theFrenchRevolution,andtheIndustrialRevolution.
simulatedlaboratorysetting. Skillstaught corre- ChangescreatedinWesternsocietybymasspolitics,
spondto skillslevelsin currenthealthsciencepro- worldwarsandtheiraftermath,asseenin theroodgram.Maybetakenfour times.
1230.00 urnworld.
2205.00
510 HealthScienceSkillsDevelopment
II (1)
Courseisofferedonlyon a credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Useof computersto improvetesttakingskills,criticalthinkingskills,andtechnicalskillsin conjunction
with currenthealthsciencecourses.May be taken
fourtimes.
1230.00
675 HealthScienceSkillsDevelopment
(NC)
Classhours:Variablearranged
Non-CreditCourse
450 LaboraloryTestsandDia0nosticProcedures(1)
Self-paced,open-entry/open-exitpracticum for
Classhours:1 lecture,
development
andapplication
oftheskillsandcogniAdvisory: Concurrentenrollmentin another Health tive abilitiesneededto succeedin a HealthScience
ScienceCourseor current employmentin a health programof study.Maybetakenfourtimes.1230.00
professionis recommended.
CATALOG
2005-2006
131
7 Historyofthe MiddleEast(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof thehistoryof theMiddleEastfromearliest
timesto thepresent,focusingontheperiodfrom the
birth of the ProphetMohammadin 570 and the
TreatyofVersailles
in 1920.
2205.00
9 HistoryofAsianCivilizations
1(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Culturaldevelopment
of Asianpeoplesfrom prehistoric times to the sixteenth century A.D., with
emphasisonthe religionand philosophy
as wellas
earlysocialand politicalinstitutionsin China,India,
andJapan.
2205.00
I_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
10 HistoryofAsianCivilizations
II (3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Culturaldevelopment
of Asianpeoplesand nations
fromthesixteenth
centuryA.D.to the present,
with
emphasisonthetensioncreatedbytheimpactofthe
West on traditionalAsian institutionsin China,
Japan,India,andSoutheast
Asia. FocusespartJculady onthe response
of thoseculturesin termsof
socioeconomic
andpolitical
developments.
2205.00
16 WestwardMovementandtheIndianWars
1840-90(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof thewestwardmovement
of theAmerican
frontierandtheIndianWarsof 1840-1890.Historical
significance
of thepeopleandeventsthatcomprise
thiscrucialperiodinthe formationof theAmerican
identityarestudiedfromthe perspectives
of Native
Americansand other ethnicgroups,as well as
Anglo-Americans.
2205.00
17 Historyof theUnitedStates(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite."Eligibility for READ-550or higher as
determinedby the Charleyassessmentprocess,or
completionof READ-530.
TransferCradit:CSU;bE.
(CANHISTS)(CANHISTSEQB= H/ST17+ 18)
Surveyof UnitedStateshistoryfrom its colonial
foundations
throughthe Reconstruction
Era(1865).
SatisfiestheCaliforniaStateUniversityrequirement
in AmericanHistory.Maybe offeredas an Honors
course.
2205.00
18 Historyofthe UnitedStates(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for READ-550or higheras
determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or
completionof READ-530.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANHISTIO)(CANHISTSEQB=HIST17+18)
Development
of the UnitedStatesfrom the ReconstructionEra (1865) throughthe present.Satisfies
the California
StateUniversityrequirement
inAmericanHistory.MaybeofferedasanHonorscourse.
2205.00
20 Contemporary
HistoryoftheUnitedStates
from1945-Present(3)
Classhours:3lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Carefulanalysisofrecenteventsin U.S.historyfrom
1945 to the present,includingimportanthistorical
movementsandtrendswhichdemandcloserscrutinythan History18.
2205.00
21 TheSixtiesin AmericanHistory(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Issuesand eventsof the mostturbulentdecadein
recentAmericanhistory- the 1960s. Maybe taught
in lectureor seminarformat.
2205.00
25 Womenin UnitedStatesHistory(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof womenin U.S.historyfromthe colonial
eratothe present.Courseistaughtin aseminarformat.
2205.00
40 Retrospective
onthe20thCentury:
WorldWar II (3)
(A/soavailable
asSocialScience
40)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
CATALOG
2005-2006
WorldWar II fromthe perspective
of variousviewpointsrelativetothewar'simpactonbutnotlimited
tothefollowing:
history,sociology,
philosophy,
literature, the arts, business/technology,
psychology,
science,politicalscience,religion,economics,
and
sports.Faculty
fromdifferentdisciplines
willpresent
materials
relative
totheirexpertise.
2205.00
Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisites
based
onthecontentofthecourse.
2205.00
98A,B,CIndependent
Study:History(1, 2, or3)
Classhours:1,2, or3.
Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor signature is
requitedfor registration.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
50 African-American
HistoryI (3)
Seecounselor.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
well-motivated
student.StudentexploresanddevelAfrican-American
experience
fromtheseventeenth- opsaprojectorpaperonanareaof personalinterest
centuryAfricanheritageto the AmericanCivilWar. within the disciplinearea.The natureand extentof
Focuses
ontwogreattransitions:
fromAfricato New theprojectmustbedecidedby boththe studentand
Worldslaveryandfromslaverytoemancipation,
instructorbeforethe studentmay signup for the
2203.00 course.
Typeandextentoftheprojectdetermines
the
numberof unitsallowed.Maybetakenthreetimes,
51 African-American
HistoryII (3)
regardless
of theunitcombination.
However,
nosinClasshours:3 lecture,
gle-subject
projector papermayberepeated.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
2205.00
African-American
experience
from emancipation
to
thepresent.Focusesonthetransitionfroma ruralto
HOMEECONOMICS
an urbanmilieu.
2203.00
70 Chicanos:
MexicanHistoryas it Relatestothe
UnitedStates(3)
(SEECONSUMER
STUDIES)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Indian,post-Conquest,and Spanish-Colonial
Mexico.Presentation
of majoreventsintheUnitedStates
andMexicothathaveformedthebasisfordiplomat- HOTEL AND FOOD SERVICE
ichistory.Eighteenth
andnineteenth
centuryrevolulionandindependence,
the Mexican-American
War,
(HOTFS)
filibustering,
borderraiding,the1910MexicanRevolution,subsequent
Mexicanimmigration
totheUnit- 10 Introduction
toHospitalityManagement(3)
edStates,andpresent-day
borderproblems.
Classhours:3 lecture.
2203.00 TransferCredit:CSU.
Hospitalityindustryand its interrelationships
with
71 Chicanos:TheChicanoMinorityin the United hotel,restaurant,
travel,and leisureindustries.
EcoStates(3)
nomicandsocialinfluencesof leisure,basicmanClasshours:3 lecture,
agementdisciplines,
andcareeropportunities.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
1307.00
ConflictsbetweenAngloandChicanocultures.ConditionsandproblemsdealingwithMexicanimmigra- 12 HotelandFoodServiceAccounting
(3)
tionandurbanization
from nineteenth
centurytothe Classhours:3 lecture.
present.
2203.00
TransferCredit:CSU.
Bookkeeping
andaccountingin the food service
90 Seminarin History(3)
industry.
Analysis
of calculating
andpreparing
weekClasshours:3 lecture,
ly and monthlylabor costreportsand preparing
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
monthlyprofitand lossstatementfor the average
Seecounselor,
foodserviceestablishment.
1307.00
Designedto bringtogetherone or more faculty
membersanda smallgroupofstudentswitha corn- 14 QuantityFoodProduction
Management(3)
rnoninterest,to pursuestudyof a selected
topicin Classhours:3 lecture.
historythroughtheseminarapproach.Maybetaken Advisory."
Completionof or concurrentenrollmentin
twice.
2205.00 Hotel andFoodServiceManagement16 is recommended.
90A HistoryHonorsSeminar(1)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:1lecture.
Management
techniques
necessary
for quantityfood
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
production.Recordkeeping,staffing,standardizing
Seecounselor,
recipes,terminology,
storage,servicing,qualityconHonorscomponent
forHistory.Topicsof interestare trol, emergencies,
and HazardousAnalysisCritical
chosenbythe instructorandstudents,andare pre- ControlPoints(HACCP)procedures.
1307.10
sented in a seminarformat. Prerequisitesand/or
corequisitesare required.May be takenfour times 16 PrinciplesofFoodPreparation(2) [Cx]
withchangeintopicemphasis.
2205.00 Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
92A-HSpecialTopics:History(.5-6)
Methodsof foodpreparation,
principles,
and cookClasshours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture,
cry.
1306.30
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor studentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
of history.Topicswillbedetermined
bytheindividual
instructor.
Thiscoursemaybetakenonlyfourtimes
regardless
oftheunitcombination.
However,
nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmayberepeated.
MANAGEMENT
132
I[]lCharfeyCollege
Course
Descriptions
18 Sanitation,SafetyandEquipment
Management(2) [Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Sanitation,safety, and equipment management
issuesinthe foodpreparation
andserviceindustry,
Topicsinclude:beneficial
andpathogenic
microorganisms,food-bornediseases,
sanitaryfoodpreparationandcleanliness
requirements,
safeequipment
operation,selectionof appropriateequipmentand
supplyitems,spaceutilization
andefficientworkpatterns, regulatoryagencies,OSHA requirements,
Serv-Safeand HACCPstandards,
disasterplanning,
firstaid,andfireprevention.
1307.10
432 Hospitality andHealthcareLaw(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Legalaspectsof the hospitalityandhealthcareindustries,includinganintroductionto Title22 andhospitalitylaw.Topicsincludelicensing;
laborlaws;safety,
liability,andrisk management;
rightsof employees,
residents,
and guests;andlegalrecordsanddocumentation.
1307.00
434 CateringandBanquetOrganization
(3)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;4.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Hoteland FoodServiceManagement
16.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a currentnegative
tuberculosistestis required.
20 FoodandBeveragePurchasing,CostControls, Advisory: Completionof Hotel and FoodService
andMenuPlanning(2)
Management14is recommended.
Classhours:2 lecture.
Catering/banquet
aspectof food servicemanageTransferCredit:CSU.
ment. Planning,compilingand costingof banquet
Menuplanningandthepurchasingof foodandbey- andcateringmenus;batchpreparation
of appetizers,
eragesfor foodserviceoperations.
Basicinformation maincourses,anddessertsinaccordance
with starton sources, grades, standards,and criteria for dardsof professionalfood serviceoperations.Pricselectingand purchasing.
Techniques
for receiving ing techniques,contracts,safety,sanitation,liability
andstorage.Development
of specifications.
Course considerations,and storage.May be taken three
is appropriate
for institutional
andcommercial
food times.
1306.30
serviceoperations.
1307.10
436A CulinaryArts I (2)
422 HotelOperations
(3)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Corequisite:HotelandFoodServiceManagement16
Operation
andorganization
forthefrontofficewithin (maybe takenpreviously).
a variety of hospitalitylodgingsituations.Career Limitationon Enrollment:Proofofa currentnegative
opportunities,systemsof guestaccommodations, tuberculosistest is required.
frontofficeroutines
andreports,machineoperation, Theory and preparationof stocks,soups, sauces,
roomrates,principles
of peoplemanagement,
and salads,bursd'oeuvres,produceitems,starches,and
applicationof data processing.Maintenanceand vegetablesin accordance
withthe standardsof proengineering
operations.
1307.20 fessionalfood serviceoperations.May be taken
threetimes.
1306.30
424 DiningSystemsandRestaurant
Operations(3)
Classhours:1.5le_ure;4.5 laboratory.
436B CulinaryArtsII (2)
Prerequisite:Hotel and FoodServiceManagement Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
14and16.
Prerequisite:Hotel and FoodServiceManagement
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proofof acurrentnegative 436,4.
tuberculosistestis required.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof acurrentnegative
Methodsfor foodserviceoperations.
Analysisand tuberculosistestis required.
simulationof afoodserviceoperation.
Controlsand Skillsin meat,poultry,fish,andshellfishpreparation;
methodsforfood preparation,
serving,menuman- menustyles,form, and functions;knowledgeof
agement,consumerrelations,
andsubsystems.
May recipeaccuracyandequipmentuse;preparationof
betakenthreetimes.
1307.10 pates,terrines,andothercoldfoods;andreviewof
food presentation
and garnishing.May be taken
428 HotelandFoodServiceHumanResource
threetimes.
1306.30
Management
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
436C CulinaryArtsIII (2)
Advisory."Completionof Hotel and Food Service Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
Management10is recommended.
Corequisite:HotelandFoodServiceManagement16
Management
theoryandexperience
appliedto the (maybetakenpreviously),
realitiesof hotelandfoodserviceindustry.Principles Limitationon Enrollment:Proofof a currentnegative
of peoplemanagement
are presentedin termsof tuberculosistestis required.
howthey applyon-the-job.Elementsof personnel Effectiveand attractivefoodpresentationmethods,
management;
awarenessandappreciation
of skills, includingthe creationanduseof garnishes.Introattitudesand abilitiesneededto managepeople ductionto basicprinciplesof bakeshopproduction
effectively.
Studentbuildsa strongfoundationfor
and ingredientselection.Preparationof yeast
increasing
skillsand knowledge
for achievingsuc- doughs,quickbreads,cookiesandcakes,piesand
cessthroughpeopleat any levelof management, fillings,savoryandsweetbakedgoods,andpastries,
Multiculturalism,conflictresolution,benefit and Maybetakenthreetimes.
1306.30
compensation,
legalconsiderations.
1307.00
492A-HSpecialTopics:
430 HospitalityMarketingManagement(2)
HotelandFoodServiceManagement(.5-6)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Marketingstrategiesappliedto hotel-motelindus- Special-interest
courseof varying lengthfor stutries,restaurant
andinstitutional
foodservice.Iden- dentswhowishfurtherinformation
inspecificareas
tification of the market, image development, of hoteland foodservicemanagement.
Topicsand
advertising,
salespromotions,publicrelations,and coursecontentdetermined
bythe individual
instrucadministering
andcontrolofa marketing
plan.
tor;seeclass schedulefor currentterm emphasis,
1307.00 May be takenonlyfour timesregardless
of the unit
combination.However,no single-subject,
specialinterestclassmayberepeated.
1307.00
_TALOG
200S-2006
133
496A,B,C,DWorkExperience:Hoteland Food
ServiceManagement(1,2, 3, or4)
Classhours:5, 10, 15 or 20 hoursemploymentper
week.
Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor or program
coordinatorsignatureisrequiredpriortoenro/Iment.
Supervisedworkexperiencein the operationof a
hotel,motel, or food serviceoperation.Includes
front office,nightaudit,andmarketingexperience.
Maybetakenfourtimesfora maximumof 16units.
1307.00
HUMANITIES
(HUMAN)
5 ArtsandIdeas:AntiquitytoRenaissance
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
An interdisciplinary
studyof the movementsin art,
music,literature,
andphilosophyofAncientWestern
Civilization,
withina culturaland historicalperspective.
4903.30
6 ArtsandIdeas:Renaissance
to Modern(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
An interdisciplinary
studyof the movementsin art,
music,literature,andphilosophy
ofAncientWestern
Civilization,
withina culturaland historicalperspective.
4903.30
20 TheHolocaust:
HistoryandPhilosophy
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Examination
of thephilosophical
underpinnings
and
historicaldevelopments
leadingto the riseof Nazi
Germanyand the implementationof a policyof
destructionfor European
Jewry.
4903.30
70 MuseumandGalleryFieldStudy(1)
(A/soavailable
asArt70andPhotography
70)
Classhours:1 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof any art or photography
courseis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Issuesincontemporary
art, photography,
arthistory,
and photohistoryare investigatedthroughdirect
observationof museumand gallery exhibitions.
Readings,research,
andclassdiscussion
providethe
foundation
for studentunderstanding
andanalysisof
art (including
drawing,painting,photography,
mixed
media,sculpture,installation,
andnewmedia)in a
museumsetting.Fieldtripsarearequiredpart ofthis
course.Maybetakenfourtimes.
4903.10
90A,B Humanities
HonorsSeminar(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Honors componentfor the Humanities.Topicsof
interestare chosenby the instructorandstudents,
andarepresented
ina seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/orcorequisitesarerequired.Maybetakenfour
timeswithchangeintopicemphasis.
4903.00
g2A-H SpecialTopics:Humanities
(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor studentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
of humanities.
Topicswillbedetermined
bytheindividualinstructor.
Thiscoursemaybetakenonlyfour
times regardless
of the unitcombination.
However,
no single-subject,
special-interestclass may be
repeated.Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 4903.00
[_IChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICAL
TECHNOLOGY
(lET)
401A Introduction
to Electricity(2.5) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity401A)
Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory
Advisory:Completionof Mathematics410or a higher levelmathematicscourseis recommended.
Principles
of basicelectricity.OhmsLaw,seriesand
parallelcircuits,conventionalcurrenttheory,current
flow, conductorsand insulators,combinationcircults,andpowerratings.
0934.40
401B IndustrialBasicControls(2.5) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
4018)
Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
401A.
Advisory:Completionof Mathematics410ora higherlevelmathematicscourseis recommended.
Studyof batteriesand other sourcesof electricity,
magnetism,magneticinduction,direct currentgenerators,measuringinstruments,resistiveandcapacitivecircuits.
0934.40
411 ProgrammableLogic Controllers(3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
411)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology403B,
405,and407.
Ladder diagrams,commoncomputer terms, and
operation of the programmer.Verifying and programming of timers and counters. May be taken
twice.
0934.40
413 Intermediate
Programmable
LogicControllers
(3)
(Formerly
Electricity
413)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
411.
PLCadvancedladderdiagrams;operationsof the
programmer;verifying,editing,andprogrammingof
timers,counters,mastercontrolrelays,and jump
instructions,using a computer.May be takenfour
times.
0934.40
by C-Tech
Associatesuponsuccessfulcompletionof
this course.
0934.40
45g Fundamentals
of FiberOpticCabling:
ThePhysicalLayer(3)
(Formerly
Electricity
459)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
458.
Fiberoptic theory,tool use, andconstructiontechniques.The characteristicsof various fiber optic
components.Troubleshooting
and repairfor entryleveltechniciansin the networkcablingindustry,
with emphasisonfiber optics.A certificate
isissued
byC-TechAssociates
uponsuccessfulcompletion
of
thiscourse.
0934.40
470 FCCLicensePreparation(3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
470)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Corequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
470L.
Designedfor studentspreparingfor FCClicensing.A
comprehensive
reviewof the essentialtopicsinelectronics and communicationscurrentlycoveredon
the FCCGROLexam.An up-to-datecoverageof rules
and regulations,semiconductortheory,anddigital
circuits.Maybetakenthreetimes.
0934.00
415 AdvancedElectricityLaboratory(2)
(Formerly
Electricity
415)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectrical Technology405,
407,409,and411,
Applicationand integrationof conceptsand skills
coveredin the prerequisitelecture courses.Topics
403A ElectricalMotorsandControlsI (2.5)
include:designingmotorcontrolsystems,translat- 470L FCCLicensePreparation
Laboratory
(1)
(Formerly
Electricity
403A)
ing informationfrom blueprintto ladderdiagrams (Formerly
Electricity
470L)
Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory
andemployingit into the PLCprogram,andapplying Classhours:3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
401A.
assignmentsinto a hardwiresystem.May be taken Corequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
470.
Principlesof motor controls.Topicsinclude:direct fourtimes.
0934.40 Laboratorycoursedesignedfor studentspreparing
currentmotors,basictrigonometry,alternatingcurfor FCClicensing.Hands-oncoverageof the essenrent,inductanceinalternatingcurrentcircuits,resis- 417 ElectricalTroubleshooting
(3)
tial topics in generalelectronics,semiconductors,
tive-inductive series circuits, capacitors, and (Formerly
Electricity
417)
digital circuits, andcommunicationscurrentlycovresistive-inductive-capacitive
parallelcircuits.
Classhours:2.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
ered on the FCCGROLexam. May be taken three
0934.40 Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology403A, times.
0934.00
405,and411.
403B ElectricalMotorsandControlsII (2.5)
Applying the knowledgelearnedon DC/ACmotor 4g2A-HSpecialTopics:
(Formerly
Electricity
403B)
controlsandblueprintreading,anddevelopingtrou- IndustrialElectricalTechnology
(.5-6)
Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory
bleshooting
skills.Maybetakenfourtimes.0934.40 (Formerly
Electricity
492A-H)
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology403A.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Applications
ofmotorcontrols.Topicsinclude:resis- 419 DCVariableSpeedDrive(1.5)
A specialtopicslecturefor studentswhodesireintive-inductiveparallelcircuits,resistive-inductive- (Formerly
Electricity
419)
depthexplorationin specializedareasof industrial
capacitiveparallel circuits, three-phasecircuits, Classhours:1 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
electricaltechnology.Topicsvary, and are detersingle-and three-phasetransformers,single-and Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology415.
minedbythe instructor.Seescheduleof classes
for
three-phasemotors,andthree-phase
alternators.
Functionand controlsof a DCvariablespeeddrive currentemphasis.May requireprerequisites
and/or
0934.40 and its applicationon the field, includingadjust- corequisites,
basedon the contentof the course.
ments,settings,tuning,andconfiguration.May be May betakenfourtimesregardless
oftheunitcom405 NationalElectricCode(3)
takentwice.
0934.40 bination.
0934.40
(Formerly
Electricity
405)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology401A.
Interpretationandapplicationof the NationalElectric
Code(NEC),with emphasison wire size, conduit,
motor load protection,classifiedareas,grounding,
andthe latestNECupdates.Maybe takenfour times,
0934.40
407 ElectricalBlueprints
(3)
(Formerly
Electricity
407)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology403A.
Basicladderdiagrams,oneline diagrams,electrical
symbols, hydraulic symbols and diagrams, floor
plans,elevationplans,pictorials,and orthographic
projections.
0934.40
409 StaticDevices(3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
409)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
403B.
Basicstaticdevices,diodes,transistors,field effect
transistors, silicon controlled rectifiers,and other
solidstatedevicesusedin industry.
0934.40
CATALOG
20052006
421 ACVariableFrequency
SpeedDrive(1.5)
(Formerly
Electricity
421)
Classhours:1lecture;1.5laboratory.
Prerequisite:lndustrialElectricalTechnology
419.
Functionandcontrols of an AC variablefrequency
driveandits applicationon the field, includingparameter, setting, tuning, and configuration.May be
takentwice.
0934.40
422 OSHAConstruclion
SafetyTraining(2)
Classhours:2 lecture
Constructionindustrysafetyand healthstandards,
taughtin accordancewith OccupationalSafetyand
HealthAdministration(OSHA)requirements.Course
is targetedto entry-levelworkers.Uponsuccessful
completion, studentsreceivethe OSHA(30-hour)
card.
0956.70
458 Fundamentals
of CableNetworking:
ThePhysicalLayer(3)
(Formerly
Electricity
458)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Tool use andconstructiontechniques.The characteristics of various industry standards. Troubleshootingandrepairfor entry-leveltechniciansin
the networkcablingindustry.A certificateis issued
134
492LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
IndustrialElectricalTechnology
(.5-6)
(Formerly
Electricity
492LA-H)
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6,9, 12,15,or 18laboratory.
A specialtopics laboratoryfor studentswho desire
in-depthexplorationin specializedareasof industrial
electricaltechnology.Topicsvary, and are determinedbythe instructor.Seescheduleof classesfor
currentemphasis.May requireprerequisitesand/or
corequisites,basedon the content of the course.
May betakenfour times regardlessof the unitcornbination.
0934.40
4g6A,B,C,D,Internshipin IndustrialElectricity
(1, 2, 3, 4)
(Formerly
Electricity
496A,B,C,O)
Class hours: 60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75
hours/term(paid)on-sitework experiencefor each
unitofcredit.
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
401A.
Corequisite:
Enrollment
inanyindustrial
electricity
course.
Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor signature is
requiredprior toenrollment.
Supervisedindustryinternshipin cooperationwith
private or public sector employers. Providesstudentsexpanded,hands-onlearningopportunitiesto
applyknowledgeandlearnnewskillsdirectlyrelated
I_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
to their industrialelectricitysystemsprogram of
study,outsideof the classroomenvironment.Placementis arrangedby/approvedbythe instructor.Participation requirementsmay vary with the job
setting. May betaken up to four times for a maximumof 12unitscredit.
0934.40
andprinciples,furniturehistoryandtypes,aswellas
lET:
INSTRUMENTATION
theeffectof color,lighting, andfloor, wall andwindow treatments.Evaluationof good interior design
TECHNOLOGY
(IETIT)
441 FlowProcessFundamentals
(2) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
441)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory
Introductionto flow processfundamentals.Understandinghowcurrentflow respondsto changesand
the terminology(deadtime, rise time, andsettling
time) usedto describethe response.Operationand
calibrationof the instrumentsusedto controlthe
process.
0943.00
lET:ELECTROMECHANICAL
TECHNOLOGY
(IETELMT)
430 HydraulicFundamentals
(2) [Cx]
(Formerly
Electricity
430)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Introduction
to hydraulic
fundamentals,
demonstrationof hydraulicpower,basiccircuits,functionalcircults,andtroubleshooting.
0935.00
442 FlowMeasurementandControl(2)
(Formerly
Electricity
442)
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology:
InstrumentationTechnology441.
432 ElectricalControlof HydraulicSystems(2)
Notchandopen-looptuningofa flowprocess.Oper(Former/yE/ectficity432)
ation and troubleshootingof flow measurement
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
channelandcontrolprocesses.Operation
andcallPrerequisite: Industrial Electrical Technology: brationof a variablespeeddrive.Monitoringand
E/ectromechanical
Technology
430.
evaluating
the reactionsof a processdisturbance
on
Principles
of electricalcontrolof hydraulicsystems, a chartrecorder.
0943.00
electricalconceptsof ladderdiagrams,functional
systemsof electrical/hydraulic
sequencing
of cylin- 443 LevelMeasurementFundamentals
(2)
ders, industrialapplications,and troubleshooting (Former/yE/ectricity443)
electrically-controlled
hydraulicsystems. 0935.00 Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory
Introductionto level measurementfundamentals.
434 HydraulicApplicationswith Programmable Understanding
the manyapplications
of leveltransLogicControllers(2)
mitters,characteristics,
andtime response.Opera(Former/yE/ectricity434)
tion and calibrationof the instrumentsused to
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5laboratory,
controltheprocess.
0943.00
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology
411.
Principlesof electricalcontrolof hydraulic
systems, 444 LevelMeasurement
andControl(2)
electrical conceptsof ladder diagrams,functional (Formerly
Electricity444)
systemsof electrical/hydraulicapplications,demon- Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory
stratingservocontrols,proportionalcontrols,and Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology:
programmable
logiccontrollers.
Maybetakentwice. InstrumentationTechnology443.
0935.00 Notch,ultimateperiod,and open-looptuningof a
levelprocess.Operation
andtroubleshooting
oflevel
436 PneumaticsFundamentals
(2) [Cx]
measurement
channelandcontrolprocesses.
Differ(Former/yE/ectricity436)
ences betweentwo- and three-elementcontrol
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5laboratory
processes.
Operationand calibration
of the instruIntroduction
to pneumatics
andfamiliarization
with mentsusedto controlthe processunderunstable
basicconcepts
of pressure,
volume,force,direction- conditions.
0943.00
al speedcontrol,pilotvalves,andpneumatic
motor
circuitsandperformance.
0935.00 445 Temperature
ProcessFundamentals
(2)
(Former/yE/ectricity445)
438 ElectricalControlof Pneumatics
Systems(2)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5laboratory
(Formerly
Electricity
438)
Instructionin andperformanceof the tasksdoneby
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory
instrumenttechniciansin industry,includingcalibrePrerequisite: Industrial Electrical Technology: tion, troubleshooting,andoperationof microprocesElectromechanical
Technology
436.
sor-basedcontrollers.
0943.00
Electricalcontrol of pneumatics,concepts,functional systems, industrial-typeelectro-pneumaticcir- 445 TemperatureProcessController(2)
cults,and troubleshootingin electricalcontroland (Formerly
Electricity
446)
electropneumatic
circuits.
0935.00 Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory
Prerequisite:IndustrialElectricalTechnology:
440 Sensorsfor Hydraulic
andPneumatics
InstrumentationTechnology445.
TrainingSystems(1.5)
Instructionin andperformance
ofthetasksdoneby
(Forrner/yE/ectficity440)
instrumenttechnicians
inindustry,including
calibreClasshours:1 lecture;1.5 laboratory
tion, troubleshooting,
and repair of instruments
Prerequisite: Industrial Electrical Technology." ranging from pneumaticbooster relaysto microElectromechanical
Technology432.
processor-based
automaticcontrollers. 0943.00
Electricalcontrol sensors for hydraulic systems,
photoelectricandproximityswitchesrepresentative
of whatcanbefoundinthefluid powerindustry.
0935.00
(ID)
for residentialandcommercialinstallations.1302.00
11 Historyof Western
Architecture
andInteriors
I (3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Furniture,interiorandarchitecturalstylesof ancient
Egypt, Greece,and Rome; the EuropeanMiddle
Ages,the Renaissance,andthe Frenchperiodsto
1820.
1302.00
12 HistoryolWesternArchitecture
andInteriorsII (3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Furniture,
interiorandarchitectural
stylesofthe English,Anglo-American,
andlatenineteenth
andtwentieth centuryWesternperiods.
1302.00
13 Non-European
Architecture
andDesign(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Architecture
anddesignof China,Japan,Africa,the
MiddleEast,pre-Columbian
Mesoamerica,
andthe
AmericanIndian,including:
Africansculpture;
Navajo rugsand blankets;SouthwestAmericanIndian
architecture
andpottery;ChineseandJapanese
traditionalarchitecture,
furniture,andceramics;
"Oriental"rugs;andBalinese
architecture
andart. 1302.00
15 DraftingforInteriorDesigners(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Line quality, lettering, conceptualpresentation,
working drawings,elevations,sections, details,
dimensioning,schedules,lighting,electrical,and
reflected
ceilingplans.Organization
of project.Cornpletionof asetof plans.
!302.00
16 QuickSketching
forInteriorDesigners
(2.5)
Classhours:2 lecture;1 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Freehand
sketching
techniques
forillustrating
interiorsin threedimensions.
Includesperspective,
shading,textures,
anduseof materials.
Emphasis
onquick
presentation
of ideasfor designer
or client. 1302.00
17 Introduction
to Lighting(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Basicprinciplesof lightingand their application.
Visual perception,propertiesof light and color,
sourcesand luminaires,lighting design elements
andtechniques,andelementarycalculations.Energy
efficientlighting practicesandapplicablecodesand
regulations.Writtenandgraphicdesigndocuments.
1302.00
18 PerspectiveDrawing(3)[Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Theoryandskillsnecessary
for drawingfurnished
interiorsfor bothresidential
andcommercial
design
projects.Theoryof one-,two-,andthree-pointperspective.Isometric
andaxonometric
drawing.Principiesof lightandshadow.
1302.00
21 SpacePlanning(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Furniturelayoutsandspaceplanningfor residential
andcommercial
interiors.Elevations,
lettering,furni10 Introduction
to InteriorDesign(3)[Cx]
turelayouts,partitionplans,reflectedceilingplans,
Classhours:3lecture,
electricalplans, schedules.Human factorsand
TransferCredit:CSU.
behavioralneeds.Barrierfree access.BubbledinOverviewofthe interiordesignfield.Examination
of gramsand adjacencies.
Setof workinodrawingsfloor plans,furniturearrangement,designelements residential
andcommercial.
1302.00
INTERIOR
DESIGN
O_TALOG
2005-2006
135
W] Chat:fey College
Course
Descriptions
22 Interior DesignMaterials(3)
482 IndustryInternship:Interior Design(1)
Classhours:31ecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Materialsand treatmentsused in currentdesign
installations.
Windowtreatments,wall treatments,
floor coverings,furniture construction,cabinet
woods,andinteriorarchitectural
details.Healthand
safetyrequirements.
1302.00
Class
hours:
60 hours/term (unpaid) or 75
hours/term
(paid)on-siteworkexperience.
Prerequisite:lnteriorDesign30.
Limitationon Enrollment."Consentof instructor is
requiredprior to registration.
Supervised
industryinternshipin cooperation
with
privatesectordesign,architectural,
andproductdis-
23 InteriorRendering(3)
tributionfirms.Providesstudentsexpanded,handson learningopportunities
to apply knowledge
and
Classhours:2 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:InteriorDesign18.
TransferCredit:CSU.
learnnewskills,directlyrelatedto theirprogramof
study,outsideoftheclassroom
environment.
Placementisarrangedby/approved
bythe instructor.
Par-
Additionof colorto perspective
viewsof furnishings ticipation requirementsmay vary with the job
andinteriors.Experimentation
witha varietyoftech- setting.
1302.00
niquesandmediausedinthe illustrationof furnishings,accessories,
and backgrounds.
Renderingof
varioushardandsofttextures.
1302.00
JOURNALISM
(,JOUR)
25 InteriorDesignManagement(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Practical
courseinthespecialproblemsencountered
inthe interiordesignprofession,includingmeasuringandestimating
materials,purchasing,
clientrelationships, ethics, methods of compensation,
contractsandbusiness
documents.
1302.00
LIBRARY
(LIB)
1 Basicsof LibraryResearch
(1)
Classhours:1lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
A
generaland
orientation
to the Chaffey
library
materials
services.Intended
to College
helpstudents
whohavebeenfrustratedtryingto uselibraries,and
givethemconfidencein doingresearch.Of special
valueto studentsintendingto transferto four-year
institutions.
4930.00
2 InformationResearch(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Useelectronicdatabases
andreferencesourcesto
maximizeresearchefforts.
techniques
for the retrievalofReviewprinciplesand
informationandideas.
Acquireinformationskillsthatassistinthe developmentof criticalthinkingskills,as appliedacrossthe
curriculum.
4930.00
10 Newswriting
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:Eligibilityfor English1Aasdetermined
bythe Chaffeyassessmentprocess,orcomp/etionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450.
Advisory:Typingabi/ityis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANJOUR2)
30 Advanced
DesignStudio(3.5)
Principles
of writingnewsstorieswithemphasison
Classhours:3 lecture;1 laboratory,
selecting
andorganizing
information
inaclear,accuPrerequisite:InteriorDesign16,21, and22.
rate,coherent,andconcisemanner.Fundamentals
of
TransferCredit:CSU.
correctgrammarandspellingare stressed,as well
Advanced
levelcourseintegrating
knowledge,
prob- asnewscopypreparation
andformat.Fivehoursof
lemsolving,andvisualandoralcommunication.
Fur- supplemental
instruction
in the newspaper
producniture layouts, space planning, elevations, tionlaboratory
isrequired.
0602.00
renderings,
estimates,
schedules,
selection
of interiorcomponentsandmaterial,reflectedceiling,light- 11 Advanced
Newswriting
andEditing(3)
ing, and electricalplansfor a residentialand a Classhours:3lecture.
3 ResearchontheInternet(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
Advisory."Basicfami/iaritywitha persona/computer
is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Learnto browseandlocateinformation
onthe Internet.Acquire
theskillsandresearchstrategies
needed
to find, retrieve,andevaluateinformationavailable
on the "electronichighway".Determinewhenit is
appropriate
to usethe Internetto researcha topic,
andwhyit isimportanttocritically
evaluate
informationobtained
fromthe lnternet.
4930.00
commercialproject,
MANAGEMENT
Prerequisite:
English1A. Journalism 10 is recomAdvisory: Completionof
92A-H SpecialTopics:InteriorDesign(.5-6)
mended.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Principles
andpracticeinwritingspecialized
typesof
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor stu- magazine
andnewspaper
articles,including
features,
dentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas editorials,
andin-depthnewsandsportseventsstoof interior design.Topicswill be determinedby ties. Masteryof fundamentalreportingtechniques
instructorandmaycovera rangeof topicsrelevant and advancededitingskills are emphasized.
Ten
to the interiordesignfield.Maybetakenonlyfour hoursof supplemental
instruction
in the newspaper
timesregardless
of the unitcombination.
However, production
laboratory
is required.
0602.00
no single-subject,
special-interestclass may be
repeated.
1302.10 61A,B,CNewspaperProduction
(1,2, or3)
(Avai/ab/ea/soasEng/ish61A,
B,C)
92LA-H SpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Classhours:3,6, or 9 laboratory,
InteriorDesign(.5-6)
Advisory: Typingand/or computerskiffs, and the
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6,9, 12, 15,or 18 laboratory, ability to take black-and-whitephotos is recomTransferCredit:CSU.
mended.
Special-interest
course of varyinglength for stu- TransferCredit:CSU.
dentswhowishfurtherdevelopment
ofskillsin spe- Experiencein planning,editing,and producinga
cific areas of interior designsuch as drafting, weeklyorbi-weeklynewspaper.
Studentscovercamrendering,sketching,spaceplanning,lighting,and pusandcommunityevents;write newsandfeature
actualdesignproject.May be takenonlyfour times stories,editorials,reviews,and headlines;
editcopy
regardless
oftheunitcombination.
However,nosin- usin0 the departments'computerfor typesetting;
Die-subject,
special-interest
classmayherepeated, typesetcopy;take,print,andedit photos;pasteup
1302.10 pageflatsor printing;and distributefinishedpaper
on campus.May betakenfour timesregardlessof
427 ComputerAidedDesignfor eel andInterior theunitcombination.
0602.00
Design(3)
(Alsoavailable
asTeledramatic
ArtsandTechnology427) 92A-H SpecialTopics:Journalism(.5-6)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5,or6 lecture,
Advisory: Basicfamiliarity with Macintoshor Win- TransferCredit:CSU.
dowscomputersis recommended.
Specialinterestclassofvaryinglengthfor students
Computeraideddesignusingprofessional
software, whoseekfurther development
in specificareasof
suchas AutoCAD,Rivit,Architectural
Desktop,and journalism.Wide varietyof topics with particular
ArchiCAD.Floorplans,furniturelayouts,elevations, emphasisleftto the instructor.May be takenfour
li0htingplans,3-Dperspectives,
andrenderings.
Use times.However,no single-subject,
special-interest
of variousprintersand plotters.May be taken 3
classmayberepeated.
0602.00
times.
1302.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
1302.00
136
(MOrn)
(ALSO
SEE
BUSINESS)
11 RetailMerchandising
andManagement(3)
(Avai/ab/ea/so
asFashion
Merchandising
11)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCradit:CSU.
Roleof retailingin servingtheneedsof thecommunity. Analysisof consumerneeds,storelocation,
financialrequirements,
andlegalprocessofstarting
a retailoperation.Planningfor store layout,merchandisemix,vendornegotiation,pricing,displaying, advertising,selling, and controlling of
merchandise.
0506.50
40 Introduction
to Management
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
A surveyofmanagement
concepts,basicfunctions,
and skillsas theyapplyat all levelswithinthecontemporaryworkenvironment.
Designed
tolinkmanagementtheorywithactualmanagement
practicein
orderforthe organization
to becomemoreeffective,
efficient,andinternationally
competitive. 0506.00
42 HumanResource
Management(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Formulation
andimplementation
ofhumanresource
policyconcernedwiththe majoraspectsof howan
organizationdealswith itspeople- howit acquires
them, utilizesthem, rewardsthem, and separates
them. Exploreshow the personnelfunctionsintegratewith the overallstrategyof thefirm in determiningthesuccess
of thefirm.
0506.30
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
44 Introductionto HumanRelations(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Assiststheindividual
in thebusinessorganization
in
understanding
thecausation
of behavior,
groupand
individual
dynamics,
perception,
conflict,motivation,
leadership,
influence,
andauthorityrelationships,
0506.30
4g2A-HSpecialTopics:Management(.5-6)
Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Pursuescertainspecializationsin management.
See
classscheduleforcurrenttopics.Maybe takenonly
fourtimesregardless
of the unitcombination.
However,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classcanbe
repeated.
Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 0506.00
430 Warehouse
Management
andMaterial
Handling(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
(MATH)
Essential skills for warehouse managers, with
emphasison the planning,protection,productivity, Thefollowing mathematicscoursesmay be taken
andquality controlfunctionsin warehouseanddisconcurrently:
tribution operations. Topics include: warehouse
designandlayout,effectivecommunications,indus- Math430withMath 25.
try terminology,technology,distributionsystems,
- Math401with Math 510or higherlevel.
inventorymanagementandprotection,accountability,auditing,andsafetyrulesandregulations.
4 MathematicalConceptsfor ElementarySchool
0510.00 Teachers(4)
Classhours:41ecture,
432 SupplyChainManagement
(3)
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Mathematics4 as deterClasshours:3 lecture,
minedby the Chaffeyassessment
process,or cornToolsandtechniques
for designandimprovement
of pletionof Mathematics420.
any supplychain,throughthe optimaluse of infor- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
mation,materials,andtechnologyto improveeffi- Studyof mathematical
concepts,
targetedprimarily
ciencyand reducecosts. Integrationof outside to studentspreparingto teachelementaryschool
suppliersandcustomers
intoan organization's
sup- mathematics.
Topicsinclude:realnumbersystems
ply chain.Overviewof careeropportunitieswithin andsub-systems,
patternsandsequences,
basicset
thefield.
0510.00 theory,logic,andmathematical
induction.
Emphasis
isoncomprehension
of conceptsandapplicationof
434 Transportation
Management
(3)
logicalreasoningand critical analysisin problemClasshours:3 lecture,
solving.
1701.00
Trafficmanagement
principlesandtechniquesthat
facilitate distributionof the world's commerce. 25 CollegeAIgebra(4)
Analysisof the majorforms of transportationClasshours:4lecture.
motor,rail,air,water,pipeline,inter-modal,
andinter- Prerequisite:Eligibilityfor Mathematics25 as deternational- and their integrationinto a distribution minedbythe Chaffeyassessmentprocess,orcomsystem.Carriermanagement
and selection,includ- pletionof Mathematics420.
ingratestructures,scheduling,
outsourcing,
private TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
fleetoperations,
andtransportation
customers.Gov- Seecounselor,
ernmentalregulations
on tariffsand transportation (CANMATH10)
of hazardous
materials.
0510.00 Coordinategeometry and graphingtechniques;
conicsections;
solutionsto higherdegreepolynomi440 Principlesof Leadership(2)
al equations.Functions:notation,algebraicoperaClasshours:21ecture,
tions, composition, and variation. Polynomial,
Exploresthe meaningof leadership,similaritiesand rational,inverse,exponential,andlogarithmicfuncdifferences betweenleadershipand management, tigris. Systemsof equations;solving systemsby
impactof leadershipon organizationalperformance, matricesand determinants.Sequencesand series;
and theoriesand modelsfor understandingleader- binomialexpansion;mathematicalinduction.
ship. Assessmentof leadershipbehaviors. Leader1701.00
ship and influence in organizational settings,
Teamwork,groupproblemsolving,andconflictreso- 31 PlaneTrigonometry
(4)
lution.
0506.30 Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics25.
460 TotalQualityManagementConcepts
(3)
Advisory."
Completionof Mathematics430 or 1year
Classhours:3 lecture,
of high schoolgeometryisrecommended.
Basicprinciples,objectives,andpoliciesof a total TransferCredit:CSU.
quality managementprogram. Implementation
of (CANMATH8)
continuousquality improvementand the under- Trigonometric
functionsincludingdefinitionsof the
standingofthevariousqualityphilosophies.
Forindi- circularfunctions.Radianmeasure,graphs,inverse
vidualswho want to understandand implement trigonometricfunctions, trigonometricequations
changetoexistingprocesses.
0506.00 andidentities,
solutionof riohtandobliquetriangles,
applications,
vectors,complexnumbers,polarcoor480 PrinciplesofSupervision(3)
dinatesandgraphs,equationof conics,androtation
Classhours:3 lecture,
of axes.TheTI-85graphingcalculator
willbeused.
Dutiesandresponsibilities
of management
from the
1701.00
line-supervisor's
level.Principlesof employee/managementrelations.Theuseof systematicapproach
to problem-solving.Functionsof the supervisor
concerninginterpretation
of companypolicy,introducingnewemployees
to theirjobs,transfers,promotions and discharges,safety, training, and
interpretationof unionagreements.Casestudiesin
thefunctional
areasofsupervision.
0506.30
MMHEMATICS
CATALOG
2005-2006
137
60 CalculuswithApplications(4)
[Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics31.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Techniques
of calculusasappliedtoproblemsolving
in business
and the social,behavioral,andnatural
sciences.Topicsinclude:limits,continuity,
differentiationand integrationin oneand severaldimensions,optimization,
andtranscendental
functions.
1701.00
61 Pre-Calculus(4)[Cx]
Classhours:41ecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics25 and31.
Advisory:Prior experience
using the TI-85/86graphingcalculatoris needed.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
(CANMATH16)
Furtherstudiesinalgebraandtrigonometryfor students intendingto take calculus.Factoringtechniques, nonlinearinequalitiesincludingabsolute
values, partial fractions, introductionto limits,
graphing rationalfunctions,conic sections,and
trigonometric
functionsandinverses.Trigonometric
conceptsemphasized
asneededfor calculus,including identities,equations,and applications.
The TI85/86graphingcalculator
isrequiredforthecourse.
1701.00
65A CalculusI (4) [Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics61.
Advisory."
Priorexperienceusingthe T/-85/86graphing calculatoris needed.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANMATH18)
(CANMATHSEQB= MATH65,4+ 65B)
(CANMATHSEQC=MATH65A+65B+75)
Functions,limits,and continuity;differentiation
of
algebraic,trigonometric,
logarithmic,andexponentialfunctionswithapplications;
integration
of algebraic, trigonometric,
logarithmic,and exponential
functions;
andthedefiniteintegralandsomeapplications,including
rectilinear
motionandaveragevalue.
A TI-85/86 graphingcalculatoris requiredfor the
course.
1701.00
65B Calculus11(4)[Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics65A.
Advisory.Priorexperienceusingthe TI-85/86graphing calculatoris needed.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANMATH20)
(CANMATHSEQB= MATH65A+ 65B)
(CANMATHSEQC= MATH65A+ 65B+75)
Applicationsof the definiteintegralincludingarea,
volume,arclength,surfacesofrevolution,
work,and
centroidsof planarregions;differentiation
and inteorationinvolvinghyperbolic,inversetrigonometric
andinversehyperbolicfunctions;techniques
of inteoration;indeterminate
formsandimproperintegrals;
infiniteseries;conicsections;polarcoordinatesand
parametricequations.A TI-85/86graphingcalculatoris requiredforthecourse.
1701.00
75 CalculusIII (5) [Cx]
Classhours:5 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics65B.
Advisory."Priorexperienceusingthe TI-85/86graphingca/cu/atorisneeded.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANMATH22)
(CANMATHSEOC=MATH65A
+65B+ 75)
Topicsinclude:vectors;linesplanesandsurfacesin
space;cylindricalandsphericalcoordinates;
vector-
[_]Chal:fey College
Course
Descriptions
valuedfunctions;functionsof severalvariables;differentialcalculus,includingpartialderivatives,chain
rule,directionalderivatives,gradients,implicitdifferential andextremevalues;multipleintegration;line
integrals;surfaceintegrals;Jacobians;vectortheory; andtheoremsof Gauss,Green,andStokes.A TI85 graphingcalculatoris requiredfor the course,
1701.00
Corequisite:Mathematics410or 411.
A small group enrichmentworkshopfor students
concurrentlyenrolledin Mathematics410 or 411
coveringpracticalapplicationof elementaryalgebra,
investigationof certainelementaryalgebraprinciples
in greaterdepththanthe lectureor lab class,group
problem-solvingandelementaryalgebrafor interest
activities.
1701.00
81 LinearAlgebra(4) [Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture.
Prerequisite:Mathematics75.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Systemsof linearequations,vectors,matricesand
determinants,
2- and3-dimensional
vectors,vector
spaces, linear transformation,eigenvaluesand
eigenvectors,
andcanonical
forms.
1701.00
411 Re-EntryReviewofElementaryAlgebra(2)
Classhours:2 lectureor 4directed-learning
laboratory
Advisory:Completionof Mathematics410 is recommended,
A reviewof elementaryalgebraincludinginteger
operations, polynomial operations, evaluating
expressions,
polynomials,
operationswithalgebraic
fractions,introduction
to the CartesianCoordinate
System,graphinglinearequations,
andintroduction
to radicalsandquadraticequations.
Thisisa review
coursefor studentsreturningto mathematics
after
someabsence,
preparing
themfor MATH-420.
1701.00
85 DifferentialEquations
(4) [Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture,
Prerequisite:Mathematics75.
Advisory."Priorexperienceusingthe TI-85/86graphingcalculatoris needed,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
420 IntermediateAlgebra(4)
(CANMATH24)
Classhours:4lectureor8directed-learning
laboratory,
Methodsof solving ordinary differential equations Prerequisite:Eligibility for Mathematics420 as
with applicationsprimarilyin the physicalsciences, determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or
A TI-85/86 graphing calculatoris requiredfor the completionof Mathematics410.
course.
1701.00 First degree equationsand inequalities;factoring;
algebraicfractions;equationsand inequalitieswith
9OAMathematics
HonorsSeminar(1)
rationalexpressions;exponentsand radicals;quaClasshours:1 lecture,
draticequationsandinequalities;equationswithradTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
icals;applications;graphing;anddetermininglinear
Seecounselor,
equationsin twovariables.
1701.00
Honorscomponent
for Mathematics.
Topicsof interest are chosenbythe instructorand students,and 420G GroupEnrichment
Workshop
for
are presentedin a seminarformat. Prerequisites Intermediate
Algebra(1)
and/orcorequisites
arerequired.Maybetakenfour Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
timeswithchangeintopicemphasis.
1701.00 Corequisite:Mathematics420or 421.
Advisory:Completionof Mathematics410 or411 is
92A-H SpecialTopics:Mathematics(.5-6)
recommended.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
A small groupenrichment
workshopfor students
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
concurrently
enrolledin Mathematics420 or 421.
Seecounselor.
Enrichmentactivitiescoverpracticalapplicationof
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor stu- intermediate
algebra,investigation
of certaininterdentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas mediatealgebraprinciplesin greaterdepththanthe
of mathematics.Topicswill be determinedby the lectureor lab class,groupproblemsolving,and
individualinstructor.
Thiscoursemaybetakenonly intermediate
algebraforinterestactivities.1701.00
fourtimesregardless
o1the unitcombination.
However,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe 421 Re-EntryReviewol Intermediate
Algebra(2)
repeated.Mayrequirecorequisitesand/orprerequi- Classhours:2 lecture
or4directed-learning
laboratory.
sitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 1701.00 Prerequisite:Mathematics420.
Reviewof intermediate
algebra.Topicsinclude:solv401 Mathematics
lorHealthScience(1)
inglinearequations
andinequalities,
absolutevalue
Classhours:1 lecture
or 2directed-learning
laboratory, equations,
factoring,operations
withrationalexpresPrerequisite:Mathematics510or 521.
signs,simplifyingexponential
and radicalexpresMetric, apothecaries,
and householdsystemsof signs,solvingquadraticequationsandinequalities,
measurement;system conversions;applications graphinglinearequationsandinequalities,andan
involvingoral,intravenous,
andintramuscula'r
reed- introduction
tofunctions.Thisisa reviewcoursefor
icationadministrations.
1701.00 students returningto mathematicsafter some
absence,preparing
themfor MATH-25. 1701.00
410 Elementary
Algebra(4)
Classhours:4 lectureor8directed-learning
laboratory. 430 Geometry(4)
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Mathematics410 as Classhours:4 lecture.
determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or Prerequisite:Mathematics420.
completionof Mathematics520.
Deductivereasoning,polygons,
triangles,quadrilatFundamental
algebraic
operationsof addition,sub- erals,circles,parallels,
constructions,
similarity,voltraction,multiplication,
and division.Specialprod- umes and surface areas, elementsof analytic
uctsand factoring,rationalexpressionsand their geometry,andintroduction
totrigonometry.1701.00
operations,solutionandapplicationof linearand
fractional
equations,graphingof linearequations
in 502 Mathematics
StudySkills(1)
twovariables,introduction
to radicalsandquadratic Classhours:3 self-paced
laboratory,
equations.
1701.00 Prerequisite:Completionof theCollegeMathematics
assessmentprocess,
410G GroupEnrichment
WorkshopforElementary Corequisite:Concurrentenro//mentinamathematics
Algebra(1)
course.
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Not DegreeApplicable.
Classhours:3 self-pacedlaboratory.
CATALOG
2005-2006
138
ApPlicationandpracticeof studyskillsincludingpreviewingconcepts,text reading,notetaking,preparing for and completingassignments,daily review,
test preparation,test-taking,and final reviewfrom
contentof and in synchronywith the math class
beingtakenconcurrently.May hetakenfour times.
4930.41
504 BasicOperations
ofArithmetic(4)
Classhours:3 lectureand2 directed-learning
laboratory,or 8 hoursdirected-learninglaboratory.
Prerequisite:Completionof theCollegeMathematics
assessmentprocess.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Forstudentshavingdifficultylearningbasicarithmeticoperations.
Topicsincludeplacevalue,roundingoff,wholenumbers,operations
withmoney,and
preparationfor fractions.Instructoror counselor
referralrequired.
4930.41
510 Arithmetic(4)
Classhours:3lectureand2 directed-learning
laboratory,or 8 hoursdirected-learninglaboratory.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Mathematics510 as
determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess or
completionof Mathematics504.
NotDegreeApplicable.
For studentsrequiring a completestudy of arithmetic,beginningwith operationsof wholenumbers.
Topicsincludeoperationsandapplicationsinvolving
whole numbers,fractions,decimals,ratio, proportion, andpercent.
4930.41
520 ArithmeticandPreparation
forAlgebra(4)
Classhours:3 lectureand2directed-learning
laboratory,or 8 hoursdirected-learning
laboratory.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Mathematics520 as
determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or
completionof Mathematics510.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Forstudentspreparingforelementary
algebra,who
arecompetentinthe basicoperations
of arithmetic,
butneedinstruction
infractions,decimals,andpercents.Topicsincludeprimefactoring,fractions,decimals, ratios,proportions,percents,introductory
algebraconcepts,integers,andnumericalandvariableexpressions.
4930.41
521 Reviewof ArithmeticandPre-Algebra
(2)
Classhours:1 lectureand2directed-learning
lab,or
4 hoursdirected-learning
lab.
Prerequisite:Mathematics520
NotDegreeApplicable.
Forstudentsneedingabriefreviewofarithmetic
and
the introductoryconceptsof elementaryalgebra.
Topicsincludefractions,decimals,ratios,proportions,percents,
signednumbers,numerical
andvariableexpressions,
andlinearequations. 4930.41
592LA-HSpeciaITopics:
BasicMathematics
(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12, 15, or 18self-paced
laboratory.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Special-interest
laboratorycourseofferingspecializationsinbasicmathematics.
Topicsaredetermined
by the individualinstructorand covera rangeof
basic mathematicssubjects/skills.Refer to the
instructorsyllabusand classschedulefor current
termemphasisandrequirements.
Maybetakenfour
times,regardless
of theunitcombination.
However,
no single-subject,
special-interestclass may be
repeated.Mayhavea recommended
preparation,
or
requireprei'equisitesand/orcorequisites,
basedon
thecontentof thecourse.
4930.41
WChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
MULTIMEDIA
(SEEART)
MUSIC
(Music)
1 Fundamentals
of Music(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Concurrentenrollmentin Music 51A is
recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor,
Introduction
todeveloping
at anelementarylevelthe
basicsof sightsinging,eartraining,readingmusic,
andsimplechordstructures.Designed
forthe general collegestudent,theelementaryeducationmajor,
and as an introductionto musicianship.Recommendedfor the studentstartingin musicwith no
scholasticmusic background.Concurrentenrollmentin BeginningPianohelpful.Music1 is not open
to studentswho havecreditfor Music3Aand3B.
1004.00
Designed
to enhancelisteningskillsthroughinsights
into the structure and style of recorded musical
examples.Relates music to the visual arts and
philosophiesof itstimeperiod.
.1004.00
10 Songwriting
andCommercialHarmony(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
30 Elementary
ClassVoice(1)
Classhours:2 studio.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Understandingthe vocalprocessandattainingthe
confidenceneededto producean adequatevocal
sound.Studyof artsongssuitedto thebeginnerand
adaptedto individualneeds,andactivitiesdesigned
Advisory:Completion
of Music 1or Music3A is recommended,
to
improveabilityto
sing music at sight.1004.00
May be
taken
twice.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to theapplication
of commercial
music
theoryandtechnologyto the songwriter.Diatonic
and non-diatonicharmonyincludingthe circleof
fifths,extended
andalteredchords,basicchordsubstitution,slashchords,chordsymbols,substitution
andcommonchordprogressions
with directapplicationto commercialsongforms. Introduction
to
operationanduseof thedrummachine,synthesizer
32 ConcertChoir(2)
Classhours:4 studio.
Limitationon Enrollment:Auditionis requiredat first
classmeetingto determineability to matchpitches,
singin tune,performsimple rhythms,and carryan
assignedpart independently.
Advisory:Previouschoralexperienceis desirable.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
andcomputerasrelatedto classprojects. 1004.00
11 RecordProduction(1.5)
Classhours:3studio,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Theory and applicationof contemporaryrecording
conceptsandtechniquesutilizingmoderntechnology inthe recordingstudio.May betakentwice,
1005.00
Studyandperformance
of a widevarietyofstandard
andcontemporary
literature
formixedchoirs,botha
cappellaandaccompanied.
Primaryfocusis classical. Emphasison the developmentof the abilityto
carry independentlythe assignedpartand on problemsof phrasing,interpretation,diction, breathing,
blend,andvocalcontrol.Attendanceat publicperformancesis required.Maybetakenfour times.
1004.00
2A MusicHistoryandLiterature(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
12 ElectronicMusic(3)
33 ConcertEnsembleSingers(1.5)
Chronologicalsurveyof musicin Westernculture, Classhours:3lecture.
Classhours:3 studio.
encompassingthe Medievalthrough Baroqueperi- Advisory."Some keyboard skill andor experience Limitationon Enrollment:Audition is requiredfirst
otis. Originsof Westernmusic upthroughthe eraof
withelectroniccomponentsis recommended,
weekofclassto determinebasicmusicreadingabiliJohannSebastianBachandGeorgeFridericHandel. TransferCredit:CSU.
ty, tonal memory, independencein carrying an
1004.00 Electronic
soundproduction.Topicsinclude:sound assignedpart, abilityto singa chromaticscaleaccutypes, sound manipulation,sequencing,Musical retelyfor oneoctave,andabilityto blendwith other
2B MusicHistoryandLiterature(3) [Cx]
InstrumentDigitalInterface(MIDI),andediting.May voices.
Classhours:3 lecture,
betakentwice.
1004.00 Advisory. Concurrentenrollmentin Music 32 and
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
previouschoralexperienceis recommended
Chronological
surveyof musicin Westernculture, 14 Introduction
tothe MusicBusi.ess(2) [Cx]
TransferCredit:CSU;UC,
from1750to the present.Exploresthe musicof the Classhours:2lecture.
Chamberensemblefor the advancedchoralmusigreat composersof the Classical,Romantic,and TransferCredit:CSU.
clanwhois dedicated
to high-levelperformances
of
20thcenturyeras.
1004.00 Surveyof themusicindustry,withemphasis
onindi- thefinestvocalchamberliterature.Attendance
atall
vidual careeroptions,roles, and responsibilities, publicperformances
is required.Maybetakenfour
3A Musicianship
(4)[Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture,
Corequisitefor music majorsand minors."Concurrentenrollmentin Music51Aor 51Bor satisfactory
completionofa pianoproficiencyexamination.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Basiccourseforthe musicmajorandminorandan
electiveforthe generalcollegestudentwho hasthe
necessaryprerequisites.Includesreviewof fundamentalsof notation,structureof diatonicscales,
intervals,
chords,andstudyof basicforms.Eartraining and development
of skill in sight singingare
emphasized.
1004.00
Contracts,relationships,and interactionof song
writing,publishing,
copyrightlaw,recording,
broadcasting,managing,booking,licensing,and merchandising.
1005.00
times.
3B Musicianship
(4) [Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture..
Corequisitefor music majors and minors:Concurrentenrollmentin Music51Aor 51Bor satisfactory
completionofa pianoproficiencyexamination.
Advisory:CompletionofMusic3Aandanelementary
knowledgeof notationis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Basiccourseforthe musicmajorandminorandan
electiveforthe generalcollegestudentwho hasthe
necessaryprerequisites.
Includesreviewof fundamentalsof notation,structureof diatonicscales,
intervals,chords,andstudyof basicforms.Eartraining and developmentof skill in sight singingare
emphasized.
1004.00
22 HistoryandSurveyofRockMusic(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450is
recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof rockmusicstyles coveringtheirorigins,
development,
andculturalimpact.Designed
tomake
studentsawareof theroleof rockmusicin shaping
oursociety.
1004.00
sight-readin the first positionis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Furtherexploration
of guitarliteratureandthecapabilitiesof thesologuitar.Studentmustprovideown
guitarforuseinclass.Maybetakentwice. 1004.00
4 MusicAppreciation
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:31ecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof music literaturefor thenon-musicmajor,
CATALOG
2005-2006
1004.00
40 Beginning
Guitar(1) [Cx]
Classhours:2 studio.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
21 HistoryofJazz(3)[Cx]
Basicfundamentalswhichpreparethe studentfor
Classhours:3 lecture,
moststylesof guitarplaying.Emphasisonchording,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
right-hand
technique,
andmelodicplaying,aswellas
Surveyof thedevelopment
of jazzfromitsoriginsin basicmusicreading.StudentmustprovideownguitheAfro-American
society,throughthedevelopmen- tarforusein class.Maybetakentwice.
1004.00
tal periodsof thevariousmetropolitan
areas,to the
present-dayeclecticstyle.Includescorrelationwith 41 IntermediateGuitar(1)
sociologicalinfluence.
1004.00 Classhours:2 studio.
Advisory: Completionof Music 40 or the ability to
26 WorldMusic(3)
Classhours:31ecture.
TransferCred#:CSU;UC.
Musicandmusicculturesaroundthe world,focus-
51A,B Beginning
ClassPiano(1-1)
Classhours:2 studio.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Developmentof the abilityto readsimple piano
scoresin the classicalliterature.Developmentof a
keyboardsensefrom the standpointof touch and
sound.Majorand minorscales,the useof primary
chords and their inversions in harmonizing
melodies.Somekeytransposition.
1004.00
ino ontheir role(s)in thosecultures.Extensive
listoning and musicalvocabularydevelopmentto
facilitatethe discussionand interpretation
of the
music.Someperformanceexpected.
1004.00
139
BChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
52 IntermediatePiano(1)
Classhours:2 studio.
Advisory:Completionof Music51Bis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Pianoliteratureof secondandthird levelsfocusing
on differencesin historicalstyles. Extensivesight
reading,performanceof all majorandminor scales,
chords,andarpeggios.Someanalysisand melodic
harmonization.
Maybetakentwice.
1004.00
70A HarmonyandIntermediateMusicianship
(3) [c=]
(NURAST)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Corequisite:Music 52 or satisfactorycompletionof Studentsmustapply foradmissioninto the Nursing
keyboardskillproficiencyexamination.
Assistantprogram. SeeProgramsof Studyareafor
Advisory:Completionof Music3Band51Bis recom- requirementsandsequence.
mended.
TransferCredit:CSU,UC.
Studentsenrolled in two corequisite-linkedcoursPrinciplesofvoiceleadingin diatonicharmonyofthe es consisting of one lecture and one lab course
commonpracticeperiodof classicalmusic of the (i.e. NURAST-4OO
and 4OOL),will receive the
53 StudioPiano(1)
eighteenthand nineteenthcenturies.Emphasison lower of the two gradesearned in thesecourses,
Classhours:2 studio,
diatonicharmonyfor voicingrootpositiontriadsand for bothcourses,when either coursegradeis less
Advisory:Completionof Music51Bis recommended, all inversion.Includesstudyof cadences,non-chord thansatisfactory. A minimumgradeof "C" in the
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
tones,anddiatonicseventhchords.
1004.00 lecture and a "CR" in the lab is required to
Basic contemporaryharmony and chordingtechadvancein the NursingAssistant program.
niques.
Performance
ofpopularmusic ina varietyof
styles.Reading
from leadsheetsandconstructionof
songarrangements.Approachto improvisation.May
betakentwice.
1004.00
NURSING
ASSISTANT
56 AppliedMusic(1)
Classhours:1 lecture,
Corequisite:Mustarrange I hour per weekwithan
70B
Harmonya
ndIntermediateMusicianship
(3)
Classhours:3
lecture.
Corequisite:Music52.
Advisory:Completionof Music70Ais recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU,UC.
Furtherstudyof the principlesof voiceleadingin diatonic andchromaticharmony,in classicalmusic of
the eighteenthandnineteenthcenturies.Beginswith
outsideinstructor,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Individual instruction in voice, piano, band or
orchestral
instruments.Onelessonper
weekwitha
private
instructor.Sixteen
lessons per
semester
mustbecertifiedbytheprivateinstructor.Fivehours'
practiceper week required.Creditis grantedupon
part-writing of diatonic seventh chords, and progressesto chromaticharmonyfor voicingsecondary
functionchords.Emphasisonchangingkeysusing
diatonic
commonchords,sequence,
commontone,
monophonic,
anddirectmodulation.Includes
study
of binaryandternaryforms,and12-barblues,
1004.00
thesuccessful
completion
of performance
examinatigrisgivenby
thecollege
staff,inwhichthe
student 92A-H SpecialTopics:Music(.5-6)
demonstrates accomplishmentsof established Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
requirements.Maybetakenfour times. 1004.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
60 JazzBand(1.5)
Special-interest
classof varyinglength,for students
Classhours:3 studio,
who wishto further developspecificareasof music
Limitationon Enrollment."
Intermediateto advanced performance
andbackground.Topicsdeterminedby
proficiencyon one'smusical instrument,together the instructorand cover a widerangeof interests
withtheabilityto readmusicis required.Auditionon from listeningto performance.May be takenfour
the first day of classon the following instruments: times regardlessof the unitcombination,however,
trumpet,trombone,saxophone,bass andbassguF no single-subject,special-interestclass may be
tar,keyboards,drums,guitar,andauxiliarypercus- repeated.
1004.00
sign.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
98A,B,CIndependent
Study:Music(1, 2, 3)
Instrumentalstudio/performing
group, emphasizing Classhours:1,2, or 3 lecture.
reading,improvisationandstylisticconceptsasthey Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is
applyto the intermediate/advanced
player.In most requiredfor registration.
instances,
studentisexpected
to supplyhis/herown TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
instrument.Attendanceat publicperformancesis Seecounselor
required.Maybetakenfour times.
1004.00 Specialprojectcourse designedfor the capable,
well-motivated
student.Eachstudent exploresand
62 College-Community
Band(1.5)
developsa projector a paperonan areaof personal
Classhours:3studio,
interestin music.Natureand extentof the project
Limitationon Enrollment:Auditionon the first dayof mustbedecidedbystudentandinstructorbeforethe
classon any oneof the standardbandinstruments, studentmaysign upfor thecourse.Typeandextent
withnominalproficiencyrequired,
of the projectdeterminesthe number of units
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
allowed.Maybetakenonlythreetimes,regardless
of
Instrumentalmusic group speciaiizin0in trainin0 theunitcombination.
1004.00
and experiencein a wide samplingof band repertoire,
throughrehearsals
and performance.
Attendanceat
publicperformanceis
required.May
be
takenfour times
1004.00
501
Music
Readin0
andMusicMaking(2)
Course
isoffered
onlyona
credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 lecture.
67 LatinJazzBand(1.5)
Classhours:3 studio.
Limitation on Enrollment:Nominalproficiencyon
one's musical instrument and the ability to read
some music is required.Audition at the first class
meeting,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Latin,Afro-Cuban,andLatin-Jazzensemblemusic
Corequisite:
bandcourse.Any beginningpiano, guitar, voice, or
NotDegreeApplicable.
Introductionto readingmusic,musicdictation,and
sight-singing.Practicalexperiencein performing
melodiesand rhythms.Forbeginninginstrumental
andvocalstudents,andanyonewho wantsto learn
moreaboutmusic.Recommended
aspreparation
for
musictheory.Maybetakenfourtimes.
1004.00
with
an emphasis
on performance.
Opento
instrumentalists,
percussionists,
andvocalists.
Public
performancemaybe required.
1004.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
400 NursingAssistant
(3.5) [Cx]
Classhours:3.5 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingAssistant400Land405.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Preparationin the fundamentalprinciples of basic
nursingcare necessaryto meetthe hygiene,comfort, andsafetyneedsof clients,includingthe issues
of patientabuse. Development
of skillsin communicationandinterpersonalrelations,andthe roleofthe
CertifiedNursingAssistant(CNA)as part of the
health care team. Course follows the guidelines
establishedby the CaliforniaDepartmentof Health
Services.
1230.30
400L NursingAssistant
Laboratory(2) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingAssistant400and405.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Application
of basicnursingcarenecessaryto meet
the hygiene,comfort, and safety needsof clients,
includingtheissuesof patientabuse. Development
of skills in communication
and interpersonalrelatigris.
1230.30
405 NursingAssistantSkillsLaboratory(.5) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/no-credit
basis.
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingAssistant400and400L
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Demonstration
andstudentpracticeof theforty core
skillsrequiringmastery,in preparation
for the state
competency
evaluation
for theCaliforniaDepartment
of HealthServicesCertifiedNurseAssistant(CNA)
exam.
1230.30
410 Medical-Sur0ical
Nursin0Assistant
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:31ecture.
Corequisite:NursingAssistant410L.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Preparationinbasicnursingcaretechniques
to meet
the hygiene,comfort,and safetyneedsof clients.
Developmentof skills,communicationcapabilities,
andinterpersonal
relationships
as partof thehealth
careteaminan acutecarefacility.
1230.30
410L Medical-Surgical
NursingAssistant
Laboratory(2)[Cx]
Courseis offeredonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingAssistant410.
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissioninto the Nursing Assistantprogram.
Application
of theory,principles,andtechniquesto
meetthe hygiene,comfort,andsafetyneedsof the
patientinanacutecarefacility.
1230.30
140
_
Charley College
Course
Descriptions
420 HomeHealthAide(1.5) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
Corequisite:NursingAssistant420L
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Roleofthe homehealthaidein communitysettings,
basedupon modelcurriculumdevelopedby the
Department
of HealthServices.
Topicsinclude:
interpretation
of themedical
andsocialneedsof patients,
personaland in-homecareand serviceskills,nutrition andfood preparationfor the client, medication
administration,andcleaningand caretasks in the
home.
1230.80
420L HomeHealthAideLaboratory
(1) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyon acredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 laboratory,
Corequisite:NursingAssistant420.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Clinical
application
ofthefunctionsofaHomeHealth
Aide in meetingthe medicaland socialneedsof
patientsduringin-homecare.Skillsinclude:personalcare,foodpreparation,
andbasiccleaning.
1230.80
than satisfactory. A minimumgrade of "C" in the
lecture and a "CR" in the lab is required to
advancein the NursingA.D.N.program.
3 Transitionin Nursing(1.5) [Cx]
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N3L
Limitationon Enrollment:Must be a graduateof a
VocationalNursing School with an active LVN
license, or havecompletedof oneyear of nursing
courses.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Corecurriculumof the AssociateDegreein Nursing
Prooram,includingtheoriesof Maslowand Erickson. Development
of criticalthinkingskills.Utilization of the nursing process and therapeutic
communications
skillsinclientcare.
1230.10
3L Transitionin NursingLaboratory(.5) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:1.5 laboratory,
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N3.
Limitationon Enrollment:Must be a graduateof a
VocationalNursing School with an active LVN
license,or havecompletedof oneyear of nursing
courses.
450 ProfessionalDevelopmentfor the Nursing TransferCredit:CSU.
Assistant
(1)
Applicationof basicnursingskillsin an on-campus
Classhours:1 lecture,
setting.
1230.10
Advisory:Basiccomputerskillsarerecommended.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the Nurs- 6 ClinicalNursingSkills(1.5) [Cx]
ingAssistantprogram.
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Development
of the interpersonal
andprofessional Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto the Nursing
skills neededby entry-levelhealthcareproviders A.D.Nprogram.
joiningthe workforce.Topicsinclude:overviewof Transfercredit: CSU.
the healthcare
workforce
and careerladder,the role Development
of the essentialcomponents
of client
of theCNAin the nursingprocess,criticalthinking care,enabling
thepracticeofsafeandeffectivenursskills,employment
opportunities,r_sum_prepara- ing.
1230.10
tion,andjob interviewtechniques_
!230.30
11 NursingProcessI (5) [Cx]
492A-H SpecialTopics:NursingAssistant(.5-6)
Classhours:5 lecture
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N11L.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the Nuts- Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram,
ingA.D.NProgram
Selected
specialtopicsintheNursingAssistant
field, TransferCredit:CSU.
designed
toaugment
theprogramcurriculum
or pro- Utilizationof thenursingprocessin providingbasic
videadditionalassistance
to enrolledstudents.
May careforadultandgeriatricclientsandtheirfamilies.
betakenuptofourtimes,foramaximumof 12units, Development
of beginning
client-centered
communiin anyunit combination.
No single-subject
special cation,interpersonal
relationships,
andcriticalthinkinterestclassmaybe repeated.
1230.30 ingskills.
1230.10
492LA-H SpecialTopicsLaboratory:
NursingAssistant
(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 12, 15,or 18 laboratory.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingAssistantprogram.
Selected
laboratory
experience
in theNursingAssistantfield,designed
toaugment
the programcurriculure or provideenrolledstudentswith additional
practiceinclinicalnursingskills.Maybetakenupto
four times,for a maximumof 12 units,in anyunit
combination.
Nosingle-subject
specialinterestclass
mayberepeated.
1230.30
NURSING
"'A.u.lt.
" "
(NURADN)
Studentsmustapplyforadmissioninto theNursing
(A.D.N.) program. Seethe Programsof Studyfor
informationon entrancerequirements,
Studentsenrolledin twocoraquisite-linkedcourses that consistof one lecture and one lab course
(i.e. NursingA.D.N. 3 and 3L), will receive the
lower of the two gradesearnedin these courses,
for bothcourses,wheneither course gradeis less
CATALOG
2005-2006
11L NursingProcessI Laboratory(4.5) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:13.5laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.O.N11.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingA.O.NProgram
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinical
applicationof thenursingprocessin providingbasiccareforadultandgeriatricclientsandtheir
families.Applicationof beginningclient-centered
communication,interpersonalrelationships,and
criticalthinkingskills.Clinicalapplicationat longtermcareandmedical-surgical
facilities.' 1230.10
21 NursingProcess
II (5) [Cx]
(Effective
throughFall2005)
Classhours:5 lecture,
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N21L.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NursingA.O.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Nursingcareof infants,children,adolescents,
and
adults.Useof thenursingprocessandcriticalthinkingskillsin thepediatricandmedical/surgical
units,
andselectedcommunity
agencies.
1230.10
141
21L NursingProcessll Laboratory(4.5) [Cx]
(Effective
throughFall2005)
Courseis offeredonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:13.5laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N21.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissioninto the NutsingA.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinicalapplicationin the nursingcareof infants,
children,adolescents,
andadults.
1230.10
22 Maternal-Newborn
Nursing(2)[Cx]
(Effective
Spring
2OOGFormerly
partofNursing
A.D.N.21)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N22L
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissioninto the NursingA.O.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Nursingcare ofthe child-bearing
family.Useof the
nursingprocessandcriticalthinkingskillsin perinatologyandambulatorysettings,andinselectedcornmunityagencies.
1230.10
22L Maternal-Newborn
NursingLaboratory
(1.5) [Cx]
(Effective
Spring2006- Formerly
partof NursingA.D.N.
21L)
Courseisofferedonly ona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N22.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinical
application
of maternal-newborn
concepisin
ambulatory,
hospital,andhomecaresettings.
1230.10
23 Family-Child
Nursing(2) [Cx]
(Effective
Spring2006-Former/ypart
ofNursingA.O.N.
21)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N23L.
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Nursingcareof infants,children,andadolescents.
Useofthenursingprocessandcriticalthinkingskills
in pediatricunitsandselected
communityagencies.
1230.10
23L Family-Child
NursingLaboratory(1.5) [Cx]
(Effective
Spring2006- Formerlypartof NursingA.D.N.
21L)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N23.
TransferCradit:CSU.
Clinicalapplicationin the nursingcare of infants,
children,andadolescents
in ambulatory,hospital,
andcommunity
settings.
1230.10
24 NursingProcessII (1) [Cx]
(Effective
Spring2006-Former/ypart
ofNursingA.O.N.
21)
Classhours:1 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N24L.
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Nursingcareof adultsin the hospitalenvironment.
Useofthenursingprocessandcriticalthinkingskills
inmedical/surgical
units.
1230.10
_1Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
24L NursingProcessn Laboratory(1.5) [Cx]
(Effective
Spring2006- Formerlypartof NursingA.D.N.
21L)
Courseis offeredonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:4.5 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N24.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinicalapplicationin the nursingcare of adultsin
medical-surgicalunits.
1230.10
33 NursingProcess
III (4) [Cx]
Classhours:4 lecture,
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N33L.
LimitationofEnrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Utilizationof the nursingprocessandmanagement
of careforthegerontolooical,
acute,andchronically
ill individuals/family.
1230.10
33L NursingProcessIII Laboratory(4) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:12 laboratory,
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N33.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Managementof carefor the gerontological,
acute,
andchronically
illindividuals/family
at medicalsurgicalandambulatorycaresettings.
1230.10
37 MentalHealthandPsychiatric
Nursing(2) [Cx]
Classhours:2 lecture,
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N37L.
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Mentalhealthandpsychiatricillnessacrossthelife
span.Applicationofclient-centered
communication
andcriticalthinkingskills.
1230.10
37L MentalHealthandPsychiatric
Nursino
Laboratory(1) [Cx]
Courseis offeredonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N37.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinicalapplicationof psychiatricnursing. Performanceofclient-centered
communication
andcritical
thinkingskillsat psychiatricand communityhealth
facilities.
1230.10
43 NursingProcessIV (4.5) [Cx]
Classhours:4.5 lecture.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N43L.
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.D.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Nursingmanagementof criticallyill clients,family,
andgroupsofclientsin highacuitymedicalsurgical
andcommunityhealthsettings.
1230.10
43L NursingProcess
IV Laboratory(4.5) [Cx]
Courseisofferedonlyona creditingcreditbasis.
Classhours:13.5laboratory.
Corequisite:NursingA.D.N 43.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinicalapplicationin the nursingmanagementof
criticallyill clients,family,andgroupsof clientsin
highacuitymedicalsurgicalandcommunityhealth
settings.
1230.10
50 Professional
Issuesin Nursing(1) [Cx]
Classhours:1lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Influenceof historicalcontributions,
ethics,current
healthcare deliverysystems,qualityassurance,
expandedroleof thenurse,politicalaction,continuingeducation,andhealthcarereform.
1230.10
CATALOG
2005-2006
g2A-HSpeciaITopics:
Nursing(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5 or6 lecture,
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto the Nursing
A.O.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
individualized
coursesdesignedto assistthe student
in nursingandrelatedfieldsof study.Maybetaken
fourtimesregardless
of unitcombination.
However,
no single-subject,special-interest
class may be
repeated.
1230.10
increasingly complex nursing situations, some
involving
legalandethicaldilemmas,in varioussettings.
1230.10
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:Nursing(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9, 12, 15,or18 laboratory.
Limitationof Enrollment:Admissioninto theNursing
A.O.NProgram.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Individualized
coursesdesignedtoassistthestudent
to demonstrate
proficiencyin clinicalnursingskills.
Maybe takenfourtimesregardlessofthe unitcombination.However,no single-subject,
special-interestclassmayberepeated.
1230.10
NURSING"
VOCATIONAL
(NURVN)
470 NursingSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
Professional
issuesrelatedto nursingstudent'swork
experience.
Maybetakenfourtimes.
1230.10
Studentsmustapplyforadmissionintothe Vocational Nursing (EN.) program. See the Programsof
Studyfor Informationonentrancerequirements.
Studentsenrolledin two corequisite-linkedcourses consisting of one lecture and one lab course
(i.e. Nursing: Vocational 424 and 424L), will
receive the lowerof the twogradesearnedin these
coursesforbothcourses,wheneither coursegrade
g6A,B,C,DCooperative
Education:
NursingA.D.N. is lessthan satisfactory.A minimum gradeof "C"
(1,2, 3, or4)
in the lecture and "CR" in the lab is requiredto
Classhours:5, 10, 15, or 20 hoursof employment advancein the VocationalNursingprogram.
perweek.
Limitationon Enrollment:Completionof at leastone 400 CriticalThinkingin HealthCare(1) [Cx]
termof the NursingA.D.N.programingoodstanding Classhours:1lecture.
andenrollmentin a minimum of 7 units, including Advisory:Concurrentenrollmentin a clinicallaboraCooperative
Education.Bothstudentandworkexpe- torycourseis recommended.
riencemust meetthe state(BRN)and collegecoop- Increaseeffectiveness
of everydayhealthcaredecierativeworkexperienceeducationregulations,
sign-making.Application
of criticalthinkingskillsin
TransferCredit:CSUcredit limitations,
thehealthcaresetting.
1230.20
Workexperiencein cooperationwith clinicalagencies. Providesexpanded learning opportunities 424 Fundamentals
ofNursing(3) [Cx]
directlyrelatedto the student'sclinicalexperience. Classhours:3lecture.
May be taken4 times to a maximumof 16 units, Corequisite:Nursing:Vocationa1424L.
regardless
of unitcombination.
1230.10 Limitationon Enrollment:Acceptanceinto the VocationalNursing(VN)program.
411 ThinkingStrategiesforNursingPractice
Fundamentalprinciplesand techniquesnecessary
(2) [Cx]
for thebeginningvocationalnursingstudentto pro(Formerly
Nursing
A.D.N.410)
videbasicnursingcareto patients.UtilizingcornpoClasshours:2 lecture,
nentsofthenursingprocessandMaslow'sHierarchy
Advisory: Concurrentenrollmentin NursingA.D.N of Needs to promote health, hygiene,nutrition,
11Lis recommended,
rest/sleep,safety,andreliefof pain.MeetingmobiliIncreaseeffectivenessin clinicaldecision-making, ty, bowel/bladder,
respiratory,sexual,spiritual,psyApplication
of thinkinostrategiesin the healthcare chosocial,and self-esteemneeds. Conceptsof
setting.
1230.10 loss/grief,healthanddisease,stressadaptations
and
therapeuticcommunication.
Leadershipfocusonthe
422 PrioritySettingandDecision-Making
VN role,responsibilities,
andskillsin extendedcare
Strategies(2) [Cx]
clinicalandhomesettings.
1230.20
(Formerly
Nursing
A.D.N.420)
Classhours:2 lecture.
424L Fundamentals
of NursingLaboratory(2)
Advisory: Concurrentenrollmentin NursingA.O.N Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
22Lis recommended.
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Designedfor intermediatenursing students to Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational424.
enhanceprioritizingand clinicaldecisionmaking Limitationon Enrollment:Acceptanceinto the Vocaskills.
1230.10 tionalNursing(VN)program.
Discussion,
demonstration,
andapplication
of nurs433 ClinicalProblemSolving(2) [Cx]
ing theory,principles,andtechniques.Utilizingthe
(Former/yNursingA.D.N.
430)
nursingprocess,needs,anddevelopmental
theories
Classhours:2 lecture,
to providecarefor patientsin homeandextendedAdvisory."Concurrentenrollmentin NursingA.D.N caresettings.
1230.20
33Lis recommended.
Development
of thinkingstrategiesusedin clinical 427 Introduction
toMedical-Surgical
Nursing
practice,focusingon assessingandanalyzingcorn- (4) [Cx]
plexnursingsituations
invarioussettings. 1230.10 Classhours:4 lecture.
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocationa1427L.
443 Advanced
ClinicalProblemSolving(2) [Cx]
LimitationonEnrollment:Acceptanceinto the Voca(Formerly
Nursing
A.D.N.440)
tionalNursing(VN)program.
Classhours:2 lecture.
Advisory:
Completion
of Biology
30 isrecommended.
Advisory: Concurrentenrollmentin NursingA.D.N Concepts,principles,andskillsthatform the basis
43Lis recommended,
for medical-surgical
nursing. Utilizingcomponents
Developthe creativecritical thinkingstrategies of thenursingprocess,studentsidentifyneedsand
essential
in clinicalpractice.Learnto recognize
pat- problemsof patientsduringtheperioperative
period
terns,set priorities,
generatehypotheses,
makepre- (i.e. maintaining
fluids, electrolytebalances,etc.).
dictions,andevaluateoutcomes.Assessandanalyze Monitoringof intravenoustherapy;administration
of
142
IW Charley College
Course
Descriptions
medications;care of wounds;removalof sutures,
clips, or staples;and insertionand care of tubes.
Threatsto respiratoryand integumentarysystems
are explored. Leadershiprole and responsibility,
focusingon the healthteammember'sparticipation
in patienteducationandreportingof patientconditions. Field trips may be a required part of this
course.
1230.20
verificationandfollowthroughof physician'sorders.
Theoryandapplicationof psycho-socialaspectsprovide the meansto effectivecommunication.Mind
andbodyfunctioningasrelatedto substanceabuse
and specificmentaldisorders.Fieldtrips may be a
requiredpartof this course.
1230.20
432L IntermediateMedicalSurgicalNursing
Laboratory(5)
427L Introductionto Medical-SurgicalNursing Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Laboratory(4.5)
Classhours:15laboratory,
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational432.
Classhours:13.5laboratory.
LimitationonEnrollment."
Satisfactorycompletionof
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational427
the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN)
Limitationon Enrollment:Acceptanceinto the Voca- programis required.
tionalNursing(VN)program.
Discussion,
demonstration,
andapplication
of thugClinicalinstruction
at anacutecarefacility,underthe ry in simulatedand liveclinicalsituations.
Utilizing
directionandsupervision
of an instructor.Applica- thenursingprocess,needs,anddevelopmental
thetionof thenursingprocess,needs,anddevelopmen- ariesto carefor patientsin acutecareclinicalsituatal theories to patient care of perioperative, tions.
1230.20
respiratory,
andintegumentary
systemdisorders,
1230.20 434 PediatricNursing(1.5)[Cx]
Classhours:1.5lecture,
428 BasicPharmacology(3)[Cx]
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocationa1434L.
(Alsoavailable
asHealth
Science
428)
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
Classhours:3 lecture,
the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN)
Advisory:CompletionofMathematics401andBiolo- programis required,
gy 424is recommended.
Maslow's theory of human needs and nursing
Basicconceptsof pharmacologywith emphasison processcomponentsguidesthe planof carefor chilthe roleof the nurse in drug administration.Drugs dren. Focus is on the identificationof needsand
affectingbodysystems;drugsusedin neoplasticand problemsof children,infantsthroughadolescents,in
infectiousdiseases,andin infectiousskindisorders; bothhealthandillness.
1230.20
immunologicagents;diagnosticagents;toxicology;
fluids andelectrolytes;
andvitamins.Principlesand 434L PediatricNursingLaboratory(1)
factorsformanagingmedication
regimenina home Courseis offeredonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
setting. Course is recommendedfor students Classhours:3 laboratory,
enrolledin a nursingprogramand as Continuing Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational434.
Education
creditfor RN'sandLVN's,BRN#00426.
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
1230.20 the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN)
programisrequired,
42gAGrowth/Development:
Clinicalinstructionina pediatricunitoraffiliatearea,
Psychology
Adult-Geriatric
(1) [Cx]
underthe directionandsupervisionof an instructor,
Classhours:1 lecture.
Application
of thenursingprocess,needs,anddevelLimitationon Enrollment:Acceptanceinto the Voca- opmentaltheoriestopediatricpatientcare. 1230.20
tiona/Nursing(VN)program.
Stagesof growthand development,
behavior,and 436 MaternityNursing(1.5)[Cx]
characteristics
of the adultandelderly.Influencesof Classhours:1.5 lecture.
anddifferences
betweenthetheoriesof Freud,Erik- Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational436L.
son,Piaget,Kohlberg,and Maslow.Theoriesand Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
perspectives
of mentalhealthnursing.
1230.20 the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN)
programis required.
42gB Growth/Development:
PsychologyInfancy Maslow'stheory of human needs and nursing
YoungAdult(1.5) [Cx]
processcomponents
guidetheassessment
andplan
Classhours:1.5 lecture,
of maternitycare,conception
throughpostpartum.
Prerequisite:Nursing:Vocational429A.
Focusis onthe identification
of needsof the newLimitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof bornandthefamily,includingpostpartum
complicathe firstsemesterofthe VocationalNursing (VN) tions, characteristicsof pre-term, normal,and
programis required,
post-terminfants,commondisordersof the newGrowthanddevelopment
frominfancythroughado- born, growth and development,and nutritional
lescence.
Characteristics
of behavior
at eachstageof needsof infantsandthenursingmother. 1230.20
development.Behaviorsresultingfrom unmet
needs.Cognitiveand psychiatricdisorders.Chal- 436L MaternityNursingLaboratory(1)
lengingbehaviorsandstrategiesfor effectiveman- Courseis offeredonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
agementthereof.
1230.20 Classhours:3 laboratory,
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational436.
432 IntermedialeMedicalSurgicalNursing(8) [Cx] Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
Classhours:8 lecture,
the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN)
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational
432L.
programis required.
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof Clinical instruction in a maternity unit or affiliate
the first semesterof the VocationalNursing (VN) area, under the direction and supervisionof an
programis required,
instructor.Applicationofthe nursingprocess,needs,
Concepts,principlesandadvancedskills utilizingthe anddevelopmental
theoriesto maternal-childcare.
nursing process,basedon Maslow'shierarchy of
1230.20
needs,to meetthreatsto the cardiovascular,digestive, andendocrinesystems,andaccessoryorgans
of digestion. Leadershipfocus: patient teaching,
reportingstatusof assignedgroupof patients,and
CATALOG
2005-2006
143
437 Advanced
Medical-Surgical
Nursing(6) [Cx]
Classhours:6 lecture.
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational436,437L,and439.
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
two semestersof the VocationalNursing (VN)programis required.
All nursingprocesscomponentsareusedto identify
threatsand providecareto patientswith musculoskeletal,neurological,urinary,reproductive,blood
dyscrasias,
visual,or auditoryproblems.Leadership
skillsrequiredinassumingthe roleandresponsibilitiesof chargenurseforagroupof patients.1230.20
437L AdvancedMedical-Surgical
Nursing
Laboratory(3)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:9 laboratory.
Corequisite:Nursing:Vocational437.
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
two semestersof the VocationalNursing(VN)programis required.
Clinicalapplicationof theory,principles,and tecbniquesinthecareof specificdiseases
anddisorders,
with minimalobservationand supervisionby an
instructorandfacilitystaff.Applicationof the nursing
processanddevelopmental
theoriesto medical-surgicalpatients,inthe roleof chargenurse. 1230.20
439 Leadership
andSupervisionfortheVocational
Nurse(1) [Cx]
Classhours:1 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Satisfactorycompletionof
two semestersof the VocationalNursing(VN)programis required.
Leadershipskills,capabilities,
andknowledge
essentialto theVocational
ChargeNurse,to include:roles
and responsibilities,
applicationof the nursing
processto problemsolvingmethods,conducting
a
patientcareconference,
shift reports,effectiveand
assertivecommunication
skills, organizationand
schedulingof patientcare,andsupervisionandevaluationof theeffectiveness
andqualifyof the providedcare.Managerial
traits,styles,roles,andmodels.
1230.20
4g2LA-H Special Topics Laboratory:Vocational
Nursing(.5-6)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,B,9, 12, 15,or 18self-paced
laboratory.
Individualized
self-pacedcoursedesignedto assist
the studentto participatein specialized
programsor
projects.
1230.20
4gGA,B,C,DOccupational
WorkExperience:
VocationalNursing(1,2, 3, or4)
Classhours:5,10,15, or20 hoursemployment
per
week.
Occupational
workexperience
that providesnewor
expandedlearningopportunities
or responsibilities
directlyrelatedto the student'smajor.Careerand
professionaldevelopmentseminarsincludestudyof
knowledge,
judgments,skills,andattitudesessential
for successinthe world of work. May be takenfour
times to a maximumof 16 units regardlessof the
unit combination.May requirecorequisitesand/or
prerequisitesbasedon the contentofthe course.
1230.20
IWiChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
500 NCLEXReviewfor VNLicensureExamination(2)
Courseis offeredonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:2 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of completionof an
accredited vocationalnursing program within the
past 5 years, or completionof licensureapplication
packetsand54 hours of pharmacology,or eligibility
for licensurathroughwork experienceor education
is required.
Overviewof common diseaseswith treatment
modalities
usingthenursingprocess.Reviewof over
300questionswithrationalefor answers.Testtaking
techniquesand preparationfor the computerized
NCLEXexamination.Takingthis coursedoesnot
guaranteepassingof theNCLEXexamination,
1230.20
470L DieteticServiceSupervisor:
SupervisedClinicalLaboratory(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:
NutritionandFood470,andaminimumof
fouradditionalunitsofNutritionandFoodcurriculum.
21 DietandFitness(3)
Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber(Alsoavailable
asPhysical
Education
Lecture15)
cu/osistestwithinthepast 12monthsis required.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Practical
experience
inpracticeandliveclinicalsituaTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
tions.Application
of dieteticprinciples
andpractices,
Seecounselor,
communication
skills,recordkeeping,patient/client
A lifestyleapproachtofitnessincludingthestudyof screening
andassessment,
adherence
toFederal
and
nutrition,diseaseprevention,increasedcardiovas- State regulations,
andessentialmanagement
funccularendurance,
weightcontrol,increased
strength, tions.Maybetakenfourtimes.
1306.20
flexibility,stressmanagement,
andconsiderations
of
agingonthebody.
1301.00 480 DieteticTechnician
Seminar(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
25 CultureandNutrition(3)
Corequisite:Nutrition andFood470 (may be taken
Classhours:3 lecture,
previously),Nutrition and Food480L,plus a mink
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
mum of four additionalunits in Nutritionand Food
AND
Explorationof cultural,religious,and lifestylechar- curriculum(mustbe takenconcurrently).
acteristicsthat impact nutritionchoices.Topics Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber(SEEALSOCONSUMER
STUDIES)
include:humannutritionalneeds,food myths,cul- cu/osistest withinthepast12 monthsis required.
turaltaboos,religiousbeliefs,socialand environ- Rolesandresponsibilities
of thedietetic
technician
in
Studentsenrolled in two corequisite-linkedcours- mental influenceson uniquecuisinesand eating the professional
healthcaresetting.Topicsinclude:
es that consist of onelecture and one lab course customs,
controversies
surrounding
useof biotech- nutritionalscreening
andassessment,chartingand
(i.e. NutritionandFood470and47gL), willraceive
nologyin food production,politicsandfoodavail- vocabulary,
safetyand sanitationstandards,menu
the lower of the twogradesearnedin thesecours- ability, and the history and health effects of planning,purchasing,
foodproduction
management,
es, for both courses, wheneither course gradeis
under-nutrition
inworldpopulations.
1306.00 modifieddiets,healthcaremanagement,superviless thansatisfactory. A minimumgradeof "C" in
sign,andtraining.Sociocultural
factorsandindividboththe lectureandlaboratorycoursesis raquired 27 HealthyCooking(2)
ual differences of clients/patients/resident
for successfulcompletion.
Classhours:2 lecture,
population
areconsidered.CoursemeetstheComTransferCredit:CSU.
missionand Accreditationof DieteticEducation
5 NutritionforLife(3)
Techniquesof planningand preparingnutritious (CADE) requirements,and (with the corequisite
Classhours:3 lecture,
foods,incorporating
lowerlevelsof fat, cholesterol, course)helpspreparestudentstotaketheexternally
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
andsodiumintomeals.Emphasisisonhealthyfood administered
nationalregistration
examof theAmer(CANFCS2)
selection
asa lifestyle.
1301.00 icanDieteticAssociation.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
Essentialsof nutritionas theyrelateto diet,health
1306.20
and disease,risk-reduction,
stress,and nutritional 421 NutritionII1: NutritionCare(2)
deficiencies.
Topicsinclude:developments
anddis- Classhours:2 lecture.
480L DieteticTechnician:
coveriesin thefield of nutrition,nutrientsessential Prerequisite:NutritionandFoodSand15.
Supervised
ClinicalLaboratory(2)
forhumanhealth,diseaseconsequence
andpreven- Advisory: Completionof Nutritionand Food470is
Classhours:6 laboratory.
tion, eatingdisorders,obesity,dieting,nutritional recommended.
Corequisite:Nutritionand Food470 (maybe taken
fads andfallacies,vitaminsand supplements,and Introduction
to the workof the DieteticTechnician previously),andNutritionandFood480plusamink
changingnutritionalneedsacrossthe lifespan.Use andtheattendantresponsibilities
asamemberof the mum of four additionalunits in NutritionandFood
of soundconsumernutritionalinformationin the nutritioncare componentof the healthcareteam. curriculum(mustbe takenconcurrently).
development
of anindividual
healthplan. 1301.00 Topicsinclude:techniques
of communication,
evalu- Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetubert
ation of nutritionhistories,progressreports,and culosistestwithinthepast12 monthsis required.
11 FoodServiceManagementSupervision(3) [Cx] counseling.
1306.00 Practicalexperiencein clinicalsituations.Topics
Classhours:3 lecture,
include:menuplanning,purchasing,
andfoodproAdvisory:Completionof Nutrition and Food470 is 423 NutritionIV: AdvancedNutritionCare(2)
ductioncontrols;managementfunctions;training
recommended.
Classhours:2lecture,
techniques;nutritional
screeningand assessment;
TranslerCredit:CSU.
Advisory: Completionof NutritionandFood15, 19, utilization
of dietetictechnology;
application
of federAspectsof food servicemanagementsupervision, and421is recommended,
alandstateregulations;
patient/client
referrals;
cornRoleof the supervisor/manager
in developing
per- Nutritioncareinthehealthcaresetting.Communica- munication strategies; and professional
sonnelprogramsand establishing
workablelabor- tion techniquesof counseling,
nutritioneducation, development.Coursemeetsthe Commissionand
management relationships. Additional topics andassessmentof patient/client
nutritionalstatus. Accreditation
of DieteticEducation
(CADE)requireinclude:job descriptions,
hiringpractices,training
1306.00 ments,and (withthecorequisite
course)helpspreprocedures,
advancement
programs,
anddelegation
pare studentsto take the externallyadministered
ofresponsibility.
1307.10 470 DieteticServiceSupervisor(I)
nationalregistration
examof the AmericanDietetic
Classhours:1 lecture.
Association.
Maybetakenfourtimes.
1306.20
15 NutritionI: TheScienceofNutrition(3)
Corequisite:Nutrition and Food470L, and a miniClasshours:3 lecture,
mum of four additionalunits of Nutritionand Food 4g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
curriculum.
NutritionandFood(.5-6)
Introduction
tothescienceof nutritionanditsimpli- Limitationon Enrollment:Proof of a negativetuber- Classhours:1.5,3, 6, 9, 12, 15, or 18laboratory.
cationsfor humanhealth.Topicsinclude:essential culosistest withinthepast 12monthsis required.
Openlaboratory
for theNutritionandFoodprogram
macro-and micro-nutrients,basicdietaryguide- Supervisoryand management
rolesin the profes- studentwho wishesto increaseskillsthroughthe
lines,evaluation
of published
nutritional
information, signalhealthcaresetting.Topicsinclude:nutrition useof thefoodservicefacilities.Maybetakenfour
andchangingnutritionalneedsthroughout
the life- screening, nutritional status assessment of times,regardless
of theunitcombination.1306.20
cycle.
1306.00 patients/clientswith varyingmedicalconditions,
menuplanning,purchasing,
food productionmanlg NutritionI1:ModiliedDiets (3)
agement,modifieddiets,healthcare management,
Classhours:3 lecture,
supervision,
and training.Sociocultural
factorsand
Prerequisite:NutritionandFood5 or 15.
individualdifferencesof clients/patients/resident
Advisory: Concurrentenrollment in Nutrition and population
areconsidered.
Maybetakenthreetimes.
Food470is recommended.
1306.20
TransferCredit:CSU.
NUTRITION
CATALOG
2005-2006
Thestudyof therapeutic
dietsandthe principlesof
nutritionas relatedto specialphysicalconditions.
Screeningand assessmenttechniquesused by
healthcareprofessionals.
1306.00
FOOD
(.e)
144
_-_ Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
441 CommunityPharmacy(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician441L.
Studentsenrolled in two corequisite-linkedcours- Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto thePharmaes that consist ol one lecture and one lab course cy Technicianprogram.
(i.e. Pharmacy Technician421 and 421L), will Dutiesand responsibilitiesof the pharmacytechnireceivethe lower of the twogradesearnedin these clan working in an ambulatorysetting.Emphasized
courses, for both courses, when either course topics include:receivingand controllinginventory,
gradeis less thansatisfactory. A minimumgrade processingprescriptionsusing computerizedpreof "C" in the lecture courseanda "CR" in the lab scription processing,medical insurance,payment
course is required to advancein the Pharmacy collection,recordkeeping,customer relations,and
Technicianpregram,
patientcounseling.
1221.00
PHARMACY
TECHNICIAN
(PT)
400 Introduction
to Pharmacy
Technician
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Dutiesandresponsibilities
of a pharmacytechnician
andthe requirements
for statecertification.
Topics
include:cultural,ethical,and legalissues;medical
terminology;
communication
skills;pharmacymath;
dosages;asepticprinciples;and routesof drug
administration.
1221.00
406 Pharmacology
forTechnicians
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Concepts
of pharmacology
applicable
tothepharmacy technician.
Topicsinclude:drugsaffectingbody
systems;drugsusedin neoplastic
diseases,infectious diseases,and skin disorders;immunologic
agents;diagnosticagents;toxicology;fluids and
electrolytes;
andvitamins.
1221.00
421ClinicalDispensing
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician421L.
LimitationonEnrollment:Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program.
Development
of the knowledgeand skillsto work
withthepharmacist,
otherclinicalstaff,andpatients
inaclinicaidispensing
setting.
1221.00
421L ClinicalDispensing
Laboratory(2)
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician421.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto thePharmacy Technician
program.
Practiceandskillsrequired
toworkwiththepharmacist,otherclinicalstaff,andpatientsin aclinicaldispensingsetting.
1221.00
431 Pharmaceutical
andCompounding
Techniques
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician
431L.
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program,
Preparation
of non-sterile
andsterilesolidandliquid
pharmaceutical
dosage
forms.Recordkeepingfunctionsassociated
withthecompounding
anddispensing of prescriptions
for patients.Labeling,storage,
packaging,
anddispensing
of pharmaceutical
products.
1221.00
431L Pharmaceutical
andCompounding
Laboratory(2)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:6 laboratory.
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician
431.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program.
Practicalexperience
in thepreparationof nonsterile
solidandliquidpharmaceutical
dosageforms.Applicationof themanipulative
andrecordkeepingfunctions associatedwith the compoundingand
dispensing
ofprescriptions
for patients. 1221.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
a maximumof 12 units,inanyunitcombination.No
single-subjectspecialinterestclassmay be repeated.
1221.00
PHILOSOPHY
(PHIL}
70 Introductionto Philosophy(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Eligibilityfor EnglishIA asdeterminedby
the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishas aSecondLanguage450is
441L Community
PharmacyLaboratory(2)
recommended.
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:6 laboratory.
(CANPHIL2)
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician
441.
Introductory
studyof somefundamental
philosophic
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissionto the Pharma- problemsemphasizing
the natureandproblemsof
cy Technician
program,
knowledge(epistemology)
andsomeof humanity's
Practicalskillsand experiencerequiredto operate worldviews(metaphysics).
1509.00
effectivelyin an ambulatorysetting.Application
of
the processesof inventorycontrol,processing
of 72 Seminarin Ethics(3)
new and renewalmedication/prescription
orders, Classhours:3 lecture.
useof database
systemsfor monitoringandevaluat- Advisory:Eligibilityfor English1Aasdeterminedby
ing patientmedicationusage,preparationof third the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
party paymentforms,paymentprocessingproce- Eng/ish450or Eng/ishasa SecondLanguage450is
dures,andpatientcounseling
strategies. 1221.00 recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
451 HomeHealthPharmaceutical
Care(2)
(CAHPHIL4)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Seminarfor the study of ethicswith emphasison
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician451L.
personal,social,andpoliticalvalues.Maybe offered
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissionto the Pharma- asan Honorscourse.
1509.00
cy Technicianprogram.
Dutiesandresponsibilities
of the pharmacy
techni- 73 Seminarin Contemporary
American
claninthehomehealthandlong-termcaresettings. Philosophy
(3)
Emphasison the expandedactivitieswithinthese Classhours:3 lecture.
settings,to include:
typesof careandtherapies;per- Advisory."CompletionofPhilosophy70andeligibility
sonalcareandsupportsystems;homecareequip- for English1Aas determinedby the Chaffeyassessment; home infusiontherapy;,and the proper mentprocessor comp/etionof Eng/ish450 or Enghandlinganddisposalof sharps,medications,
and lishasa SecondLanguage450,is recommended.
supplies.
1221.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Theroleof philosophies
inthe creationof andsolu451L HomeHealthPharmaceutical
Care
tiontotheproblems
wefaceincontemporary
AmeriLaboratory(2)
.
cansociety.EmphasisonleadingAmerican
thinkers
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis,
in theareasofaesthetics,political
andsocialtheory,
Classhours:6 laboratory,
scientificthought,religiousphilosophy,
andethics.
Corequisite:PharmacyTechnician
451.
1509.00
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program.
76 CriticalThinking(3)
Clinicalapplicationandpracticeof the concepts
and Classhours:3 lecture.
skillsrequiredinthe homehealthcaresetting.Prac- Advisory:Completionof English1Ais recommended.
ticalexperience
withtheequipment
anddevicesused TransferCradit:CSU;UC.
bypatientsrequiringon-goinghealthmaintenance, Exploresthe underlyingstructureof argumentand
single-use
testkitsforroutinehealthscreening,
infu- the roleof soundreasoningin the investigation
of
signs,andinfusiontherapies.
1221.00 claims. An analysisof language,inductiveand
deductive
reasoning,
thedifferencebetween
factand
492A-HSpecialTopics:
Pharmacy
Technician
(_5-6) judgmentandbelieffrom knowledge,
andtheidentiClasshours:.5, 1,1.5, 2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture,
ficationofformalandinformalfallacies. 1509.00
Limitationon Enrollment."
Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program.
80 Introduction
toReligion(3)
Selectedspecialtopicsin the PharmacyTechnician Classhours:3 lecture.
field, designedto augmentthe programcurriculum Advisory."Eligibilityfor English1Aas determinedby
orprovideadditional
assistance
toenrolled
students, the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
Maybetakenuptofourtimes,fora maximumof 12 Eng/ish450or Eng/ishasa SecondLanguage450is
units,in any unit combination.No single-subject recommended.
specialinterestclassmayberepeated. 1221.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Exploration
intothephilosophies
of religionandtheir
492LA-H SpecialTopicsLaboratory:
intellectual,
cultural,andpersonalexpressions.
Pharmacy
Technician
(.5-6)
1509.00
Courseisofferedonlyona credit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6,9, 12,15, or18 laboratory.
Limitationon Enrollment:Admissionto the Pharmacy Technician
program.
Selectedlaboratoryexperiencein the Pharmacy
Technicianfield,designedto augmentthe program
curriculumor provide additionalassistanceto
enrolledstudents.Maybetakenuptofourtimes,for
145
_1Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
81 Introductionto EasternPhilosophy(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:E/igibi/ityfor Eng/ishlA as determined
bytheChaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof
English450or Englishasa SecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Surveyof the philosophies
and practicesof H/nduism, Buddhism,Confucianism,
andTaoism,and
theirinfluences
incontemporary
society. 1509.00
82Introduction
to Monotheistic
Religions:
Judaism/Christianity/Islam
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibilityfor English1Aas determined
bytheChaffeyassessmentprocess,
or comp/etionof
English450or EnglishasaSecondLanguage450.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Theoriginsandmanifestations
fortheJewish,Christ/an,andMuslimbeliefsystems.
1509.00
12 StudioLighting (4) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:PhotographylO.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductionto the use of studio equipmentand
lightingtechniques.Topicsincludeportrait,still life,
advertising,
andart photography.
Studentmustfurnishacamera.May betakenthreetimes. 1012.00
13 FineArt Photography
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Photography10.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Exploresphotography
as an art form. Concerned
with contemporaryissues in art photography.
Emphasison studentsmaking photographicartwork.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1012.00
20 Photography
forPublications
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Photography10.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
tovarioustypesof publication
including
photojournalism,
sports,advertising,
and editorial.
Emphasison thetechnicalabilityto makesuchp/cturesandtheaesthetic
judgmentandvisualcommun/cationinvolved.Studentmust supplya camera,
Maybetakenthreetimes.
1012.00
92A-H SpecialTopics:Philosophy(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2,3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor,
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor studentswhowishfurtherexploration
in specificareas
of philosophy.Topicswill bedeterminedbythe indiv/dualinstructor.
Thiscoursemaybetakenonlyfour
timesregardless
of the unitcombination.However,
no single-subject,special-interestclass may be 21 PublicRelationsandCommunications
repeated.Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequi- Photography
(2)
sitesbasedonthecontentofthecourse. 1509.00 Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5laboratory.
Prerequisite:Photography10.
98A,B,CIndependent
Study:Philosophy
(1, 2, 3)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:1,2, or3 lecture.
Theoryandpracticeof photography
of peopleand
Limitation on Enre//ment:Instructor signature is
locationsfor commercialand promotionaluse.
requiredfor registration.
Equipment,set-ups,directing,lighting,presentaTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
tions,and simplebusinesspractices.Studentwill
Seecounselor,
finish aportfolioof simpleprojects.
1012.00
Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
well-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand 50 Introduction
to ColorPhotography
(4)
develops
a projectora paperonanareaof personal Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
interest.Natureand extentof the projectmust be Prerequisite:Photography10.
decided
bystudentandinstructorbeforethe student TransferCredit:CSU.
may signupfor thecourse.Typeand extentof the Basicbackground
in theaesthetics,history,theory,
projectdetermines
thenumberof unitsallowed.May techniques,and materialsof color photography,
beattemptedonlythreetimes,regardless
of the unit Bothcolornegativeandcolorpositivetechniques
are
combination.
1509.00 used.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1012.00
70 MuseumandGalleryFieldStudy(1)
(Alsoavailable
asArt70andHumanities
70)
classhours:1 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof any art or photography
1 Historyof Photography
(3) [Cx]
courseis recommended.
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Issuesin contemporary
art, photography,
art history,
Historyandappreciation
ofphotographyasa medi- andphoto historyare investigated
throughdirect
umof artisticandsocialcommunication.1011.00 observationof museum and gallery exhibitions.
Readings,
research,
andclassdiscussion
providethe
10 Beginning
Photography
(4) [Cx]
foundation
for studentunderstanding
andanalysis
of
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
art (including
drawing,painting,photography,
mixed
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
media,sculpture,installation,
andnewmedia)in a
(CANART 18)
museumsetting.Fieldtripsarea requiredpartof this
Instructionin thebasicprinciplesof black-and-white course.Maybetakenfourtimes.
1011.00
andcolorslidephotography
with darkroomexperienceinconjunction
withdiscussions
ofissuesrelat- 77 Photography
Laboratory
(1)
ed to the useof photography
in bothfineart and Classhours:3 laboratory.
mass media.Studentsmustfurnishan adjustable Corequisite:Photo 10, 11, 12, 13,20, 21, 50, 410,
camera.
1012.00 422,or 456.
TransferCredit:CSU.
11 IntermediatePhotography
(4) [Cx]
Openlaboratoryforthecurrentphotography
student
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
whowishesto increaseskillsthroughtheuseof the
Prerequisite:Photography10.
photo-lab
facility.Maybetakenfourtimes. 1012.00
TransferCredit:CSU.
Continuation
of the principleslearnedin Photogra- 80 SpecializedStudyin Photography
(1)
phy10 withmoreadvancedproblems.Studentmust Classhours:3 laboratory.
furnishan adjustablecamera.May betakenthree TransferCredit:CSU.
times.
1012.00 Corequisite:PHOTO10(maybe takenpreviously)
PHOTOGRAPHY
(PHOTO)
CATALOG
2005-2006
146
Studentspursuespecialized
studyof selectedphotographictopics/themes
andrefinement
ofconceptual
photographicimages. Term projectsubjectand
scopeare determinedby instructorand studentin
relationshipto eachstudent'sareaof study.Focusis
on building a portfolioin preparationfor transfer.
Maybe takenfourtimeswithchangein topic/theme
(with approvalof instructor,expansionuponan
existingprojectispermitted).
1011.00
90A,BPhotography
HonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
HonorscomponentforPhotography.
Topicsof interest are chosenbythe instructorandstudents,and
are presentedin a seminarformat. Prerequisites
and/orcorequisites
arerequired.Maybetakenfour
timeswithchange
intopicemphasis.
1012.00
92A-H SpecialTopics:Photography(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Special-interest
lecturecoursefor studentswho
wishan introduction
toa particular
aspectof photographyfor personaluseor leisureactivity.May be
skill-orientedor informational.
Topicsvary andare
determined
bythe instructor;
seetheclassschedule
forcurrenttermemphases.
Maybetakenfourtimes
regardless
of theunitcombination,
however,
nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe repeated.
May requirecorequisites
and/orprerequisites
based
onthecontentof thecourse.
1012.00
92LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Photography
(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3, 4.5,6, 9,12,15, or181aboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Special-interestlaboratorycoursefor studentswho
wishanintroduction
toaparticularaspectof photography for personaluseor leisureactivity.May be
skill-oriented
or informational.
Topicsvaryandare
determinedbytheinstructor;
seetheclassschedule
for currenttermemphases.
Maybetakenfourtimes
regardless
oftheunitcombination,
however,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe repeated.
Mayrequirecorequisites
and/orprerequisites
based
onthecontentofthecourse.
1012.00
410 DigitalPhotography
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite."
Photography10.
Corequisite:Art 68B,68C,468B,or468C.
Advisory."Completionof Photography12and456is
recommended.
Introduction
to digitalcameras,including
point-andshoot, 35mm professional,and studiocameras.
Concepts,techniques,and controlsin the use of
image editing software, including Photoshop.
Advanced
digitalprintingandanalysis.
Critical
exam/nationof contemporary
issuesandportfoliodevelopment.Studentsareencouraged,
butnotrequired,
to furnishtheir owndigitalcameras.May be taken
threetimes.
1012.00
422 WeddingPhotography
(2)
Classhours:1.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Photography
10.
Theoryandpracticeinthebasictechniques
ofshoot/noweddings.Seeingwillbeemphasized
- theability
to refinewhatalreadyexists- aswell ashowlight,
composition
andposingcanbe usedto"make"creativeimages.Cameras,lighting,
lenses,films,filters,
specialeffectsand businessprocedures
and practicesareincluded.
1012.00
UiChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
456 ComputersandPhotography(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Photography10orArt67.
Photographycoursecombiningnewcomputerimagingtechnologywith photographyandrelatedequipmentand software.Usingcomputers,studentswill
inputvariousphotographicimagesto be manipulated or enhanced.The completedimages will be
recordedon photographicmaterialfor final presentation. Issuesof electronicimagingwill be explored
bothtechnicallyandaesthetically.
Maybetakenthree
times.
1012.00
477 Photography
LaboratoryII (1)
Classhours:3laboratory,
5A BeginningGolf(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory
Basicskillsandcourseetiquetteof golf.
0835.10
9 Swimming(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Basicskills and safetyprecautionsfor swimming.
Severaldifferentstrokesaretaughtaccordingto skill
levels.
0835.10
9A Swimming(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Basicskills and safety precautionsfor swimming.
Severaldifferentstrokesaretaughtaccordingtoskill
levels.
0835.10
20A Basketball(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Rules,court etiquette,basicoffensiveanddefensive
positions, and basic passing and dribbling techniquesof basketball.
0835.10
22 Soccer(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Kicks,dribbles,passes,ballcontrol,patternsof play,
andbasicrulesof soccer.
0835.10
22A Soccer(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Kicks,dribbles,passes,ballcontrol,patternsof play,
andbasicrulesof soccer.
0835.10
Corequisite:
422,or456. Photo 10, 11, 12, 13,20, 21, 50, 410, 12 Bowling(1)
Openlaboratory
for thecurrentphotography
student Classhours:3 laboratory.
whowishesto increaseskillsthroughtheuseof the Basicskills,rules,andetiquetteof bowling.0835.10
photo-lab
facility.Maybetakenfourtimes. 1012.00
12A Bowling(.5)
480 AppliedStudyin Photography
(1)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory,
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Basicskills,rules,andetiquetteofbowling.0835.10
23 IntermediateSoccer(1)
Corequisite:PHOTO-IO
(maybetakenpreviously)
Appliedstudyof selectedphotographic
topicsand/or
themes,individualportfoliodevelopment,
andrefinement of technical and conceptual photographic
skills.Projectssubjectandscopearedeterminedby
instructor andstudent in relationshipto eachstudent'sarea of study.May be takenfour times with
changein topic/theme(with approvalof instructor,
expansionuponan existingprojectis permitted).
1012.00
23A IntermediateSoccer(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Advisory:Completionof PhysicalEducation:Activity
22 or 22Ais recommended.
Designedfor playerswith basicsoccerplayingskills
and understandingof the game, who wish to
improvetheir playingabilities.
0835.10
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION:
14 Archery(1)
Classhours:3laboratory.
Basicskills,rules,andetiquetteof archery. 0835.10
14A Archery(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory,
Basicskills,rules,andetiquetteof archery. 0835.10
16 Volleyball(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Rules,courtetiquette,history,andbasicskillsofvolleyball.
16A Volleyball(.5)
ACTIVITY
(PEACT)
Courses1-99:TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations. See counselor. Activity courses may be
takenfour times,unlessotherwisespecified.
0835.10
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Rules,courtetiquette,history,andbasicskillsofvolleyball.
0835.10
17Advanced
Volleyball(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory,
Advisory."Previous volleyballexperienceis recom1
Beginning
mended.
Class
hours:3Tennis(1)
laboratory.
Rules, court etiquette, history, and fundamental Advancedskills,techniques,andinformationto use
skillsfor tennis.
0835.10 in offenseanddefensepatternsinvolleyball.
0835.10
1A
Beginning
Tennis(.5)
17AAdvanced
Volleyball(.5)
Class
hours:1.5
laboratory.
Rules, court etiquette, history, and fundamental Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
skillsfor tennis.
0835.10 Advisory."Previous volleyballexperienceis recommended.
2 Advanced
Tennis(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Rules,courtetiquette,history,andadvanced
skillsof
tennis.
0835.10
2A
Advanced
Tennis
(.5)
Class
hours:1.5
laboratory.
Rules,courtetiquette,history,andadvanced
skillsof
tennis.
0835.10
3
Badminton(I)
Class
hours:3 laboratory
Rules,etiquette,history,andfundamental
skillsfor
badminton.
0835.10
3A Badminton
(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory
Rules,etiquette,history,andfundamental
skillsfor
badminton.
0835.10
5
Beginning
olf(1)
Class
hours:3Glaboratory
Basicskillsandcourseetiquetteof golf.
CATALOG
2005-2006
0835.10
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Advisory:Completionof PhysicalEducation:Activity
22 or 22Ais recommended.
Designed
forplayerswithbasicsoccerplayingskills
and understandingof the game, who wish to
improvetheirplayingabilities.
0835.10
24 LowImpactAerobics(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Highenergy,low impact,aerobicexercises,good
posture,properwarm-upsandcool-down,
strength,
flexibility,and
enduranceexercise.Designedfor
beginningstudents
of bodyconditioning.0835.10
24A LowImpactAerObics
(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
High energy,low impact,aerobicexercises,good
posture,properwarm-upsandcool-down,strength,
flexibility,and enduranceexercise.Designedfor
beginningstudentsof bodyconditioning. 0835.10
26 BodyConditioning:
Cardio/Weight
Training(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Evaluationof total body fitness and study of body
mechanicsineverydayactivities.Establishing
fitness
goals and developingappropriateexercisefitness
routinestobuildstrength,endurance,andflexibility.
Maybetakenfour times.
0835.10
26A BodyConditioning:
Cardio/Weight
Training
(.5)
Advancedskills,techniques,andinformationto use
in offenseanddefensepatternsinvolleyball.
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Evaluationof totalbody fitnessand studyof body
0835.10
mechanics
ineverydayactivities.
Establishing
fitness
0oalsanddevelopingappropriateexercisefitness
routinesto buildstrength,endurance,andflexibility.
Maybetakenfour times.
0835.10
19 Advanced
SlowPitchSoftball(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Advisory."Previous softball experienceis recommended.
Skills,rules,andstrategiesof advancedslowpitch
softball.
0835.10
19A Advanced
SIowPitchSoftball(.5)
28 Yoga(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Breath, postures, and relaxation techniques to
improvehealth andfitness levelsof the mind and
body. Emphasis on gaining flexibility, muscle
Classhours:1.5 laboratory,
Advisory: Previous softball experienceis recommended,
strength,endurance,andcoordination
throughthe
physicalpostures.
Relaxation
techniquesincorporatedforstressreduction
andmentalcalm. 0835.10
Skills,rules,and
strategiesof advancedslowpitch
softball.
0835.10
28A Yoga(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
20 Basketball(I)
Classhours:3 laboratory,
Rules,court etiquette,basicoffensiveanddefensive
positions,and basic passingand dribbling tech-
Breath, postures,and relaxationtechniquesto
improvehealth andfitness levelsof the mind and
body. Emphasis on gaining flexibility, muscle
strength, endurance,andcoordinationthroughthe
niquesof basketball.
physical
postures.
Relaxation
techniques
edfor
stress
reduction
andmental
calm. incorporat0835.10
0835.10
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[WIChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
30 Cardio/Strength
FitnessLab(1)
Classhours:3 self-pacedlaboratory.
Safetyand properuseof body-buildingequipment
and howto performthedrillsand exercisesnecessaryfor propertoningandconditioning
of thebody.
0835.10
34A TaiChi(.5)
Classhours:1.5laboratory,
Stretching,balance,breathing,movingmeditation,
and the applicationof martialsciencetechniques
usingTaiChi.
0835.10
3OACardio/Strength
FitnessLab(.5)
Classhours:1.5self-pacedlaboratory.
Safetyand proper use of body-buildingequipment
and how to performthe drills andexercisesnecessaryfor propertoningandconditioningofthe body.
0835.10
35 Walkingfor Fitness(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory
Walkingfor physicalhealth,fitness,weightcontrol,
and general well-being. Designed for men and
womenof all ages,courseemphasizesperfectingfitnesswalking form and technique,building cardiovascular efficiency,increasingmuscular strength,
andattaining/maintaining
a healthyweight. 0835.10
31 Introduction
to Self-Defense
and
PersonalSafety(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory
Beginningandfoundationcoursein personalsafety.
Basicmartialartstechniquesfor self-defense.Material coverssafetyanddefensein atechnicalandpracticalframework.Focuson normallifeandviolencein
society.
0835.10
31AIntroduction
to Self-Defense
and
PersonalSafety(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory
Beginningandfoundationcoursein personalsafety.
Basicmartialartstechniquesfor self-defense.Material coverssafetyanddefensein atechnicalandpracticalframework.Focuson normallifeandviolencein
society.
0835.10
35A WalkingforFitness(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory
Walkingfor physicalhealth,fitness,weight control,
and general well-being. Designed for men and
womenof all ages,courseemphasizesperfectingfitnesswalking form and technique,building cardiovascularefficiency,increasingmuscular strength,
andattaining/maintaining
a healthyweight. 0835.10
46 In-LineSkatingandRollerHockey(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Fundamentalsof skating,fitness,andsafety.Rules,
strategies,andfundamentalskillsof hockey,
0835.10
46A In-LineSkatingandRollerHockey(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Fundamentals
of skating,
fitness,andsafety.Rules,
strategies,
andfundamental
skillsofhockey,
0835.10
32 KarateandAthleticConditioning
I (1)
Classhours:3 laboratory
Advisory:Previousmartial arts experience,athletic
traininginasport ski//,or ath/eticconditioningis recommended.
58 BaseballFundamentals
(1)
Skilldevelopment,
coordination,
strengthandmobil- Classhours:3 laboratory.
ity in basickaratetechniquewithapplication
of ath- Advisory: Previous baseballexperienceis recomleticconditioning
andtrainingmethodology.0835.10 mended,
Designedfor playerswith basicbaseballplaying
32A KarateandAthleticConditioning
I (.5)
skillsandunderstanding
of the game,whowishto
Classhours:1.5 laboratory
improvetheir skill levels.Topicsinclude:proper
Advisory:Previousmartial arts experience,athletic swingmotiontechnique,performance
enhancement
traininginasport skill,orathleticconditioningis rec- drills,gamestrategies,
andsafetyissues. 0835.10
ommended.
Skilldevelopment,
coordination,
strengthandmobil- 92LA-HSpecialTopicsLab:
ity
in basickaratetechnique
wmethodology.0835.10
ith application
ofath- Physical
Education
(.5-6) 12,or 18 laboratory
leticconditioning
andtraining
Classhours:
1.5,3, 4.5,6,9,
Special-interest
courseof varyinglengthfor stu33 KarateandAthleticConditioning
II (1)
dentswhowishfurtherexplorationin specificareas
Classhours:3 laboratory
of physicaleducation.
Topicswill bedeterminedby
Advisory:Completionof PhysicalEducation."
Activity the individualinstructor.May be takenfour times
32 or 32Ais recommended,
regardless
of the unitcombination,
however,nosinIntermediate
to advancedkarateskill trainingand gle-subject,
special-interest
classmayberepeated.
athleticconditioning.Basickarateathleticworkout May requirecorequisitesand/orprerequisitesbased
andprescribedpersonaltrainingplan.Emphasis
on onthecontentofthecourse.
0835.10
plyometrics,flexibility, mechanics,training, and
methodology.
0835.10 601 PhysicalConditioning
(NC)
33A KarateandAthleticConditioning
II (.5)
"Classhours:1.5laboratory
Advisory:Completionof PhysicalEducation:Activity
32 or 32Ais recommended,
Intermediateto advancedkarateskill trainingand
athleticconditioning.Basickarateathleticworkout
andprescribedpersonaltrainingplan.Emphasison
plyometrics, flexibility, mechanics,training, and
methodology.
Classhours:Variable
Non-CreditCourse arranged
Improvingoverallfitnessthroughan understanding
and applicationof the basic principles and techniquesof physicalconditioning.Emphasizesachieving muscular strength and endurance,
cardio-respiratoryendurance,andflexibilitythrough
variousforms of exercise.Maybetakenfour times.
0835.10
0835.10
34 TaiChi(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION:
and the application
Stretching,
balance,of
breathing,
martial moving
sciencemeditation,
techniques
usingTaiChi.
0835.10
ADAPTIVE
(PEAD)
All courses:TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitalions. Seecounselor,
CATALOG
2005-2006
148
For all PhysicalEducation:Adaptive courses:Students with specific disabilities and educational
limitations should havea physician'srecommendation for class activities. This provides the
instructorwiththeinformationnecessarytotailora
program to the needsand capabilities of the individualstudent.Studentsmeetingcriterialdentified
in Title5, section56029,mayrepeatcoursesmore
thanthe statednumberof times.
1 Self DefenseforStudentswith Disabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Personalsafety including awareness,assessment
andactioninselfdefense.Physicalskills requiredto
improvephysicalfitnesslevel.
0835.80
2 WheelchairBasketball
forStudents
with
Disabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Preparesstudentswith disabilitiesto competein the
sport of wheelchairbasketballusing nationaland
internationalwheelchair
basketballrules. 0835.80
3 AdaptedWellnessandFitness
(2.5)
Classhours:2 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Introducesstudentswith disabilitiesto allthe major
topics of wellness. Developmentof individualized
assessmentandwellnessplans.
0835.80
4 Racquetball
lot StudentswithDisabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Preparesstudentswith disabilities
to learnthe basic
skillsin thesportof racquetball
usingadaptedrules
andspecialized
equipment.
0835.80
7 TennisforStudents
withPhysicalDisabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Preparesstudentswithdisabilities
tocompeteinthe
sport of tennis using specializedequipmentand
rulesadaptedforphysicallimitations.
0835.80
8 BodyBuildingforStudentswithDisabilities(1)
Classhours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Weighttrainingto improvemuscletofat ratio.Body
composition
assessments
willevaluate
progress.
0835.80
9A Beginning
BodyConditioning
forStudents
with
Disabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Physicalfitness cardio-respiratoryconditioning,
musclestrengthandendurance,
andflexibility.Individualized
exerciseprescriptions,
safety,andappropriateuseof adapted
fitnessequipment. 0835.80
9B IntermediateBodyConditioning
for Students
withDisabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;31aboratory.
Advisory."
Completionof PhysicalEducation:Adaptive9Ais recommended.
Intermediate
aerobic,flexibility,andweighttraining
protocols.Assessmentof strength,cardio-respiratory capacity,bodycomposition,and flexibility,with
resultantindividuallytailoredexerciseprescriptions.
Safetyin performingexerciseand the appropriate
useof adaptedfitnessequipmentarestressed.
00835.80
gC Advanced
BodyConditioning
for Students
with
Disabilities(2)
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory.
Advisory:
Completionof
PhysicalEducation."
Adaptive9Aor 9Bis
recommended.
Advancedaerobicandweighttrainingprotocols.Use
of intervaltrainingand pyramidtrainingsystemsto
significantlyincreasefitness.All programsare individuallytailoredto meetthe specificneedsof each
student.Maybetakentwice.
0835.80
JEChaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
IOA BeginningAquaticsfor Studentswith
Disabilities(1)
Classhours:.5lecture;1.5laboratory.
Cardio-respiratory
fitnessandjoint rangeof motion
improvement
for studentswith disabilities.
Classis
heldin thefour-and-a-half
footdepthareaof a large
heatedpool,withbarriersto prevententryintodeeper water.Buoyancy
devices(vests,bars,andfloating
dumbbells)are available,and a chairlift provides
easytransfer.May betakentwice.
0835.80
13A AdaptiveFitnessLaboratory(.5)
Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
Openentry/openexit lab designedto increasethe
strengthof the cardiovascularand muscularsystems,as wellas otherfitnesswellnessparameters.
Emphasison individualexerciseprescriptionsto
improvephysicallimitations.May be taken four
times.
0835.80
g2A-HSpecialTopics:PhysicalEducation
Adaptive
(.5-6)
lOB Intermediate
AquaticsforStudents
with
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5,2.3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
Disabilities(1)
Pursuescertainspecializations
in physicaleducaClasshours:.5 lecture;1.5laboratory,
tion.May betakenonlyfour timesregardless
of the
Advisory."Completionof PhysicalEducation."
Adap- unitcombination.
However,no single-subject,spetire IOAis recommended,
cial-interesttopics may be repeated.See class
Increasedlevelof cardio-respiratory
and flexibility schedule
forthecurrenttopic.
0835.80
exercise,withthe additionof strengthtrainingand
pre-swimskills.Buoyancydevicesandachairlift are
available.May betakentwice.
O835.8O
PHYSI(:AI.
I:DU(:ATION:
Lr(:TURE
(PELE()
11A Beginning
BowlingforStudentswit
13 ProfessionalActivities: CoachingTeam
Sports(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Informationandexperience
for prospectiveplayers,
coaches,andteachers.Introduction
to the physical,
mental,andemotionalaspectsof playingandcoachJngcompetitivesports.
0835.60
14 LifeguardTraining(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Ability to swim 500 yards continuously
using eachof the followingstrokesfor at/east 100
yards."crawl, breaststroke,sidestroke,tread water
for two minutesusing legsonly,andsubmergeto a
depthof sevenfeetandreturna ten poundobjectto
thesurfaceis recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Designed primarily for special-interest groups
responsiblefor preventingwateraccidentsandmaking waterrescues.Information
andpracticetodevil-
Disabilities(1)
Classhours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
Prepares
studentswithdisabilities
to participate
and
Competein thesportof bowling.Specialized
equip- 2 Introduction
to AthleticTraining(3)
mint to compensate
for physicallimitationsis used Classhours:2.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
asnecessary.
0835.80 Advisory."Possessionof current first-aid and cardiopulrnonaryresuscitationcardsis recommended.
11B IntermediateBowlingforStudentswith
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Disabilities(1)
Principlesandknowledgenecessaryto providefun-
up functionalwaterrescuesandaccidentprevention
requiredby lifeguardcrews.Uponsuccessfulcornpletionof thiscourse,studentsreceivethefollowing
certificates:
, American
Red
Cross
Lifeguard
Training
,AmericanRedCrossStandardFirstAid
Classhours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
Advisory:Completionof PhysicalEducation:Adaptive11Ais recommended,
Preparesstudentstocompetein regulationbowling
leaguesand increasesbowlingskills.Specialized
equipment
to compensate
for physicallimitationsis
usedasnecessary.
0835.80
damentalhealth care for athleticsfor those not
directlyinvolvedwithsportsmedicine.Supplements
first-aid backgroundwhile stressinga preventive
approach.
0835.00
11C Advanced
BowlingforStudents
with
Disabilities(1)
Classhours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
Reflexology
as relatedto exerciseandstressrelated
circulation.Analysisof theories,practices,andpracticalapplication
of reflexology
and howtheyrelieve
15 DietandFitness(3)
(Available
alsoasNutfitionandFood21)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Alifestyleapproachto fitness,includingthestudyof
nutrition,diseaseprevention,increasedcardiovascularendurance,weightcontrol,increasedstrength,
flexibility,stressmanagement,
andconsiderationsof
agingon thebody.
0835.00
Advisory."Completionof Physica/Education."
Adaptire 11Bis recommended,
Students analyzetheir own skills to identify
strengths,weaknesses,
andstrategiesfor improvemint. Focusonthe preparation
ofstudentsforsuccess in the more competitiveatmosphereof
stress,tension;improvebloodsupply,andpromote
theunblocking
of nerveimpulses.
0835.00
6 Reflexelogy
(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
9 SwimLessonInstructor
Course(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
independent
bowlingleagues.
Specialized
equipment Designed primarily for special-interestgroups
to compensatefor physicallimitationsis usedas responsible
for teachinglifesaving,watersafety,and
necessary.
Maybetakentwice.
0835.80 all levelsof swimmingskills. Informationandpracticeto developfunctionalteachingskills requiredby
12A Beginning
AdaptedFitnessWalking(1)
cities, countiesand statesfor all waterfront proClasshours:.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory,
grams.Safetyconsciousness,
accidentprevention,
Focuson improvementin the cardio-respiratory
enduranceof studentswith physicallimitations.
Adaptedequipmentsuch as walkers,canes,and
sportswheelchairs
is utilizedto maximizeeachstudent'sparticipationin theclass.Maybetakentwice.
0835.80
11 FootballVideoAnalysis(2)
Classhours:2lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
by footballcoaches.Videotapefrom
Comprehensive
videoreviewof footballtechniques
four-yearcolleges,communitycolleges,andhighschoolswillbe
reviewed and analyzed. For physical education
majorswhowant to coachfootball.May be taken
twice.
0835.60
betakentwice.
13 AdaptiveFitnessLaboratory
(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Sports
(3) [Cx]
Class
hours:
3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
Seecounselor,
Openentry/openexit lab designedto increasethe
strength of the cardiovascularand muscularsysterns,as well as otherfitness/wellnessparameters,
Emphasison individual exercise prescriptionsto
improve physical limitations.May be taken four
times.
0835.80
CATALOG
2005-2006
0835.70
16 FirstAid(3)
(Formerly
Physica/Education."
Lecture7A)
Classhours:31ecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC
Immediateandtemp°rarycaref°r victims°f injury'
acuteillness,or othermedicalemergencypriorto
treatmentby licensedmedicalpersonnel,in accordancewiththeprocedures
andprotocols
established
bythe AmericanRedCross.Includeslegalandethical concerns,emergencyscenecontrol, identifica-
tion of life-threateningconditionsand appropriate
emergencytreatment,removalof airwayobstrucrescue,and all aquaticskills. Meetsthe American tion,andone-person
CPRadministration.
UponsucNationalRedCrossrequirements
forcertification.
0835.70 cessfulcompletionof thiscourse,studentsreceive
thefollowingcertificates:
Class
12B
Intermediate
hours:.5lecture;
Adapted
1.5laboratory,
FitnessWalking(1)
Advisory: Completionof PhysicalEducation:Adaptive 12Ais recommended,
Useof specialized
equipmentto increasetheworkloadof eachsession,resultinginfasterimprovement
andlonger-lasting
benefits
tothecardiovascular
systern.Wheelchairboundstudentsarewelcome.May
0835.80
• American
RedCross
CPR
forthe
Professional
Rescuer
12 Principlesand Practicesof OfficiatingTeam
• American
Red
Cross
FirstAid-Responding
toEmergency
• American
RedCross
AdultCPR
0835.00
17 Advanced
FirstAidandEmergency
Re,sl]_B_J_
(Formerly
Physical
Education:
Lecture
7
B)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Designedprimarilyfor thepersonresponsible
for the
emergencycareof thesickandinjured.Preparethe
participant
tomakeappropriate
decisionsaboutcare
to providein an emergency,to help sustainlife,
reducepain,andminimizetheconsequence
ofinjury
or suddenillness,untilmoreadvancedmedicalhelp
can arrive. Upon successfulcompletionof this
course,studentsreceivethefollowingcertificates:
• American
RedCross
Emergency
Responder
oAmerican
Red
Cross
Professional
Rescuer
CPR
,American
Red
Cross
Preventing
Disease
Transmission
Studyof the principlesof officiatingin teamsports,
includinginterpretationof rulesandanalysisof good
mechanicsof officiating. Briefhistory and research
of thesportto seekaidsto betterofficiating.0835.00 , American
Red
Cross
Oxygen
Administration
,AmericanReclCrossAutomatedExternalDefibrillation.
0835.00
149
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Course
Descriptions
18 Introduction
toPhysicalEducation
(3)
(Formerly
Physical
Education:
Lecture1)
Classhours:31ecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Designed
forstudentsinterested
ina careerin pbysical education.An explorationof the educational
majorsassociatedwith exerciseandnutritionalsciences.Introduction
to thefoundationsof kinesiology,including
pedagogy,
exercise
science,andsports
medicine.Overviewof the history,philosophy,
concepts,qualifications,
andcurrentissuesinthefield,
0835.00
13is recommended.
6 Basketball
TeamActivity,Men(1)
Basictheoryof sportsmanagement.
Topicsinclude: Advisory:Competitivebasketballbackgroundis recmanagementand organizationalskills, marketing ommended.
and fundraising, communication,finance, safety Designedfor men interestedin playingcompetitive
issues,economics,
andlawandgovernance,
men'sbasketball.
0835.10
0835.00
7 BaseballTeamActivity,Men(1)
422 Therapeutic
Touch(3)
Limitationon Enrollment:CompetitivebaseballexpeClasshours:3 lecture,
rienceis required.
Introductionto the wellnessconceptsand tech- Designed
for meninterestedin learningtoplaycomniquesof healingwithanemphasis
onstressreduc- petitivebaseball
atthecollegelevel.
0835.10
tion,acceleration
ofhealing,andpainmanagement.
Integration
of body/mind
conceptsto reflectholistic 9WaterPoloTeamActivity,Women(1)
31 FitnessandWellnessforOlderAdults(3)
approach.
0835.00 Limitationon Enrollment:Waterpolo experienceor
(Available
alsoasGerontology31)
possessionof an advancedswimmingcertificateis
Classhours:3 lecture,
required.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Rules,etiquette,
history,andadvanced
skillsofwater
Training
forpeoplewhoteacholderpeopletheexerpolo.Courseis designed
for prospectivewomen's
cisesandwellnesspractices
necessary
foranactive,
waterpoloteamparticipants.
0835.10
healthfullife. Endurance
exercisesto conditionthe TEA_I_ (PETEAM)
cardiovascularsystem, calisthenics chosen for
11 SwimmingTeamActivity,MenandWomen(1)
strengthareas,and stretchingpositionsto improve For all PhysicalEducationTeamcourses:
Limitationon Enrollment:Aboveaverageswimming
joint mobility.Providesexperiencein bodycondiabilityis required.
tioningexercises,
as wellas safetyprecautions
and • TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Rulesandfundamental
skillsinvolvedincompetitive
accidentprevention
for the elderlyduringphysical
Seecounselor,
swimmingstrokes.Designed
for studentsinterested
exercise.
Chairandbedexercises
forpeoplewithlim- • Open-entry/open-exitactivity.
in competitive
swimming.
0835.10
itedmobility.
0835.00 • May be taken 4 times (Intercollegiate Physical
EducationTeamcoursesPETEAM-41threugh59: 12 TrackandFieldTeamActivity,Men(1)
32 Outdoor
Adventures
(2)
May be takenfour times, howeverathletes may Advisory:Competitivetrackand/or fieldbackground
Classhours:1 lecture;3 laboratory,
only competetwice.)
is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Specificexperience
in trackandfield. Emphasison
Introduces
the techniques
of backpacking,
selection HoursforPhysicalEducation
Team1 through15:
fundamental
theoryand basicskills.Designedfor
of equipment,groupplanning,conditioning,
safety, 3 laboratory,
men interestedin competitive
trackandfieldevents
andsurvivalinformation.Guideto manyforms of
at thecollegelevel.
0835.10
backpacking.
Fieldtripsare requiredtofulfillthelab- 1AFootballTeamActivity,Offense(1)
oratoryrequirement.Maybetakentwice. 0835.10 Advisory:Competitivefootballbackgroundis recom- 13 TrackandFieldTeamActivity,Women(1)
mended.
Advisory:Competitivetrackand/orfieldbackground
33 Introduction
toEasternMovementand
Information
andpracticeinthedevelopment
offoot- is recommended.
Meditation(2)
ball basicoffensiveskillsandtechniques.Primarily Specificexperiencein trackandfield.Emphasison
Classhours:1.5lecture;1.5 laboratory,
intendedfor studentswhowishto competein the fundamentaltheoryandbasicskills.Designedfor
TransferCredit:CSU.
sportof football,butisopentoall.
0835.10 women interestedin competitivetrack and field
Briefhistoryof yoga,qi gong,taichiandmeditation,
eventsat thecollegelevel.
0835.10
Physicalmovementsof thesefour disciplinesis 1BFoctballTeamActivity,Defense(1)
explored.Courseincludesreadingsand classdis- Advisory:Competitivefootballbackgroundisrecom- 14 SoccerTeamActivity,Men(1)
cussionson the benefitsof theseancientformsas mended.
Advisory:Competitivesoccerbackgroundis recomresourcestowardone'scontinuingphysicaleduce- Informationandpractice
in thedevelopment
of foot- mended.
tion,growth,andwell-being.
0835.10 ballbasicdefensiveskillsandtechniques.Primarily Informationand practiceto developbasicsoccer
intendedfor studentswho wishto competein the skills,techniques,
andstrategies.Designed
for men
92A-H SpecialTopics:
sportof football,butisopentoall.
0835.10 interestedin playingcompetitivesoccerat the colPhysicalEducationLecture(.5-6)
legelevel.
0835.10
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5 or6 lecture.
2 VolleyballTeamActivity,Women(1)
TransferCredit;CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Advisory: Competitivevolleyballbackgroundis rec- 15 SoccerTeamActivity,Women(1)
Seecounselor,
ommended.
Advisory:Competitivesoccerbackgroundis recomPursuescertainspecializations
in physicaleduca- Designed
for womeninterested
in learningcompeti- mended.
tion.Seeclassschedule
for currenttopicemphasis, tivevolleyball
andjoiningthewomen'sintercollegiate Informationand practiceto developbasicsoccer
Maybe takenfourtimesregardless
of theunitcorn- team.
0835.10 skills,techniques,and strategies.Designedfor
bination,however,nosingle-subject,
special-interest
womeninterestedin playingcompetitivesoccerat
topicsmay be repeated.Mayrequireprerequisites 3 Basketball
TeamActivity,Women(1)
thecollegelevel.
0835.10
and/orcorequisitesbasedon the contentof the Focusonhistory,conditioning,
rules,andfundamencourse.
0835.00 telskillsneededforcompetitive
women'sbasketball.
0835.10 Hoursfor PhysicalEducation
Team21 through35:
98 Ind'ependent
Study:PhysicalEducation
(3)
6 laboratory
Classhours:3 lecture.
4 SoftballTeamActivity,Women(1)
Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor signature is Limitationon Enrollment:Competitivesoftballexpe- 21A FootballTeamClass,Offense(2)
requiredforregistration,
rienceis required.
Advisory."Competitivefootballbackgroundis recomTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Overalldevelopmentof basicskillsand knowledge mended.
Seecounselor,
neededforcompetitive
women'ssoftballplay.
Information
andpracticeto develop
advanced
oftenDesignedfor the capable,well-motivated
student.
0835.10 siveskillsandtechniques.
PrimarilyintendedforstuEachstudentdevelops
a projectin a physical
educedentswho wish to competein the intercollegiate
tionareaof his/herowninterest.Student-instructor- 5 WaterPoloTeamActivity,Men (1)
sportof football,butisopentoall.
0835.10
divisionchairperson
agreementas to thenatureand Limitationon Enrollment."
Waterpolo experienceor
extentof theprojectmustbereachedbeforethestu- possessionof an advancedswimmingcertificateis 21B FootballTeamClass,Defense(2)
dentmayenroll.
0835.00 required.
Advisory:CompetitivefootballbackgroundisrecomRules,etiquette,history,
andadvanced
skillsof water mended.
413 SportsManagement(3)
polo,designedfor theprospective
men'swaterpolo Informationandpracticeto developadvanced
defenClasshours:3 lecture
teamparticipant.
0835.10 siveskillsandtechniques.
PrimarilyintendedforstuAdvisory:Completionof PhysicalEducationLecture
dentswho wish to competein the intercollegiate
sportof football,butisopentoall.
0835.10
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION:
CATALOG
2005.2006
150
I-ElChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
22 VolleyballTeamClass,Women(2)
Advisory."Competitivevolleyballbackgroundis recommended,
Basicvolleyball
skills,rules,andtechniques.Primarilyfor students
whowishto competeinthe intercolle0iatesportof volleyball,butisopento all.0835.10
23 Basketball
TeamClass,Women(2)
Limitationon Enrollment."
Basketballexperienceis
required.
Advancedskills for intercollegiatecompetition.Primarilyforstudentswhowishtocompeteintheintercollegiate
sportofbasketball,
but isopentoall.
0835.10
24 SoftballTeamClass,Women(2)
Limitationon Enrollment:Competitivesoftballexperienceis required.
Advancedskillsandknowledgeneededfor competitive softballplay.Primarilyfor womenwho wish to
competeinthe intercollegiatesportof softball,but is
opento all.
0835.10
25 WaterPoloTeamClass,Men(2)
Limitationon Enrollment.Waterpolo experienceor
advancedswimmingabilityis required.
Rules,etiquette,
history,andskills.Primarilyfor men
who wishto competein the intercollegiate
sportof
waterpolo,but isopento all.
0835.10
Primarilyfor womenwho wishto Competein the
intercollegiate
sportsoftrackandfield,butisopento
all.
0835.10
55 Intercollegiate
SoccerTeam,Women(2)
Opportunity
for womentocompeteatthe intercollegiatelevelinsoccer.
0835.50
34 SoccerTeamClass,Men(2)
Advisory:Competitivesoccerbackgroundis recommended,
Continuationof practiceand development of
advancedsoccerskills,techniques,and strategies,
Primarilyfor menwhowishto competeinthe intercollegiatesportof soccer,butis opento all. 0835.10
59 Intercollegiate
WaterPoloTeam,Women(2)
Limitationon Enrollment."
Waterpolo experienceor
aboveaverageswimmingabilityis required.
Competitiveintercollegiatewomen's water polo
team,involvingskillsandknowledgeofallaspectsof
competitive
play.
0835.50
35 SoccerTeamClass,Women(2)
Advisory:Competitivesoccerbackgroundis recornmended.
Continuationof practice and development of
advancedsoccerskills,techniques,and strategies.
Primarilyfor womenwho wish to competein the
intercollegiate
sportof soccer,but isopento all.
0835.10
Hours for Physical Education(Intercollegiate)
Team 41 through 55: 175 laboratory hours
arranged.
HoursforPhysicalEducation
Team80, 81, and82:
3 sell-pacedlaboratory
HoursforPhysicalEducationTeam80A 81A,and
82A:1.5 self-pacedlaboratory
80 WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
(In-Season)(1)
Advisory:Concurrentor previousenrollmentin any
PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
Safetyandproperuseof weighttrainingequipment.
Performingsport-specificdrillsandexercisesnecessaryfor properconditioningfor competitiveathletes.
Designedfor in-seasonathletescompetingat the
intercollegiate
level.
0835.50
41 Intercollegiate
Football(2)
Advisory:Competitivefootballbackgroundis recommended.
Basicandadvancedskillsforcompetingin football
contests.Informationanddailypractice
to developa
highlevelof proficiencyin footballskillsand techniques.
0835.50
80A WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
(in-Season)(.5)
Advisory."Concurrentor prewousenrollmentin any
PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
26 Basketball
TeamClass,Men(2)
Safetyandproperuseof weighttrainingequipment.
Advisory:Competitivebasketballbackgroundis recPerformingsport-specific
drillsandexercisesnecesornmended,
saryfor properconditioningforcompetitive
athletes.
Advancedskills and techniquesfor competitive 42 Intercollegiate
VolleyballTeam,Women(2)
Designedfor in-seasonathletescompetingat the
men's basketball.Primarilyfor men who wish to
Opportunity
for womento competeat the intercolle- intercollegiate
level.
0835.50
competeintheintercollegiate
sportof basketball,
but glarelevelinvolleyball.
0835.50
isopento all.
0835.10
81 WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
43 Intercollegiate
Basketball
Team,Women(2)
(Off-Season)(1)
27 BaseballTeamClass,Men(2)
Opportunityfor womento competeat the interco!!e- Advisory:Concurrentor previousenrollmentin any
LimitationonEnrollment:Competitivebaseballback- giatelevelinbasketball.
0835.50 PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
groundis required.
Safetyandproperuseof weighttrainingequipment.
Designedfor meninterestedin playingcompetitive 44 IntercollegiateSoftballTeam,Women(2)
Performingsport-specific
drillsandexercises
necesbaseballatthe collegelevel.Primarilyfor menwho Opportunity
for womento competeat the intercolle- saryfor properconditioning
for competitive
athletes.
wishtocompeteinthe intercollegiate
sportof base- giatelevelinsoftball.
0835.50 Designedfor off-seasonathletescompetingat the
ball, butis opento all.
0835.10
intercollegiate
level.
0835.50
45 IntercollegiateWaterPoloTeam,Men (Z)
29 WaterPoloTeamClass,Women(2)
Limitationon Enrollment:Waterpolo experienceor 81A WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
Limitationon Enrollment."
Waterpolo experienceor aboveaverageswimmingabilityisrequired.
(OlE-Season)
(.5)
possessionof an advancedswimmingcertificateis Competitive
intercollegiate
waterpoloteaminvolving Advisory:Concurrentor previousenrollmentin any
required,
skillsand knowledgeof all aspectsof competitive PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
Rules,etiquette,history,and skills of water polo. play.
0835.50 Safetyandproperuseof weighttrainingequipment.
Courseisprimarilyfor womenwhowishtocompete
Performingsport-specific.drills:and'exercises
necesintheintercollegiate
sportof waterpolo,butisopen 45 Intercollegiate
Basketball
Team,Men(2)
saryfor properconditioning
forcompetitive
athletes._
to all.
0835.10 Opportunityformento competeattheintercollegiate Designedfor off-seasonathletescompetingat the
levelin basketball.
0835.50 intercollegiate
level.
0835.50
31 Swimming
TeamClass,MenandWomen(2)
Limitationon Enrollment:Aboveaverageswimming 47 Intercollegiate
BaseballTeam,Men(2)
82 WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
abilityis required.
Opportunityfor mento competeatthe intercollegiate (Out-of-Season)
(1)
Rulesand advancedskills involvedin competitive levelin baseball.
0835.50 Advisory: Concurrentor previousenrollmentin any
swimmingstrokes.Primarilyfor studentswho wish
PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
to competein the intercollegiate
sportof swimming, 51 IntercollegiateSwimmingTeam, Men and Safetyandproperuse of weighttrainingequipment.
butisopento all.
0835.10 Women(2)
Performingsport-specific
drillsandexercises
necesAdvisory:Aboveaverageswimmingabilityis recom- saryfor properconditioning
for competitive
athletes.
3Z TrackandFieldTeamClass,Men(2)
mended.
Designedfor out-of-seasonathletescompetingat
Advisory:Competitivetrackandor fieldbackground Opportunityfor menandwomento competeat the theintercolle0iate
level.
0835.50
is recommended,
intercollegiate
levelin swimming.
0835.50
Theories,principles,philosophies,and practical
8ZA WeightsandConditioning
forAthletes
applications
for competition
intrackandfieldevents. 52 Intercollegiate
TrackandFieldTeam,Men(2)
(Out-of-Season)
(.5)
Primarilyfor menwho wishto competein theinter- Opportunity
formento competeatthe intercollegiate Advisory."Concurrentor previousenrollmentm any
collegiate
sportsoftrackandfield,butisopento all. levelintrackandfieldevents.
0835.50 PhysicalEducation:Teamcourseis recommended.
0835.10
Safetyandproperuseof wei0httrainin0equipment.
53 Intercollegiate
TrackandFieldTeam,Women(2) Performingsport-specific
drillsandexercisesneces33 TrackandFieldTeamClass,Women(2)
Opportunity
for womento competeat theintercolle- saryfor properconditioning
for competitive
athletes.
Advisory:Competitivetrackandor field background giatelevelin trackandfieldevents.
0835.50 Designedfor out-of-seasonathletescompetingat
is recommended,
theintercollegiate
level.
0835.50
Theories,principles,philosophies,and practical 54 Intercolleoiate
SeccerTeam,Men(Z)
applications
forcompetition
intrackandfieldevents. Opportunity
for mento compete
at theintercollegiate
levelin soccer.
0835.50
CATALOG
2005-2006
151
l
Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
PHYSICAL
SCIENCE
(PHSCI)
10 SurveyofChemistryandPhysics
(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite."Eligibility for Mathematics 420 as
determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or
completionof Mathematics410.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introduction
to the principles
of physicsand chemistry.Topicsinclude:motion,forms ofenergy,electricity,magnetism,waves,electromagnetic
radiation,
atomicstructure,bonding,phasesof matter,pHand
nuclearchemistry,acidsand bases,and solutions.
Courseis recommendedfor liberalstudiesmajors
andfutureteachers.
1901.gO
physics.Topicsinclude:simple harmonicmotion,
staticfluids andfluid flow,zeroeth,first andsecond
lawsof thermodynamics,soundwaves,electricforce
45 PhysicsforScientistsandEngineersl (5)
Classhours:4 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Physics44andMathematics65A.
andfield,electricpotentialenergy,electricalpotential, capacitance,resistance,electromotiveforce,
magneticforceandfield,Faraday'sLaw,inductors,
lightwaves,andoptics.
1902.00
TransferCredit: CSU; UC credit fimitations. See
counselor.
(CANPHYS8) (CANPHYSSEQB= PHYS45 + 46 +
47)
Forstudentsmajoringina physicalscienceor engineering. Position, velocity, and accelerationof
objectsdescribedusingvectors.Concepts
of mass,
force,Newton'sLaws of Motionmomentum,and
impulseusedto describestraight-linemotion,projectilemotion, circularmotion, collisions,explosigns,and vibration.Work,kineticenergy,potential
energies,thermalenergy,and power.Conservation
of energy.Forcesandpressuresin staticandmoving
fluids.Rotationalmotionincludestorque,momentof
inertia,angularmomentum,angularkineticenergy,
andstatJcequilibrium.
1902.00
30A PhysicsfortheMedicalandLifeSciencesI
(4) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite:Physics5 or 44 or oneyear of highschoolphysics,
Corequisite:Mathematics65A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Courseisdesignedforstudentsmajoringin a lifeor
medicalscience,or engineeringtechnology,whose
universitymajor requirescalculus-basedphysics,
Position,velocity,and accelerationof objectsare
(PHYS)
described using vectors. The conceptsof mass,
force, Newton's Laws of Motion, momentum,
5 TheIdeasof Physics
(3)
impulse,work, energy,and power are used to
Classhours:3 lecture,
describestraightlinemotion,projectilemotion,cirPrerequisite:Mathematics410.
cularmotion,collisions,
and explosions.Rotational
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
motion includestorque,momentofinertia,angular
Seecounselor,
momentum,andstaticequilibrium.DifferentialcalBasicconcepts
of mass,force,andNewton'sLawsof culusis usedto describevelocityand acceleration,
Motionwill be covered,as well as work, energy, and in presentingthe laws of conservationof
atoms,temperature,heat,waves, light,electricity, momentumand conservationof angularmomenmagnetism, and radioactivity.Introduction to turn.
1902.00
physicsfor studentsnotmajoringin a scienceor in
engineering.
1902.00 30B Physicsfor the MedicalandLifeSciencesII
PHYSICS
6 TheIdeasof PhysicsLaboratory
(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Corequisite:Physics5 (maybetakenpreviously)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Introductionto physicslaboratory,for studentsnot
majoringin a scienceor inengineering.Experiments
withsomeof thelectureconceptsmay include:measurement,freefall,vectoradditionandcomponents,
springs,centripetal
force,kineticenergy,gravitationalpotentialenergy,conservation
of momentum,and
Archimedes'
principle.
1902.00
20A CollegePhysics
I (4) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite."
Mathematics31 andPhysics5 0r44 or
oneyearof high schoolphysics,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor.
(CANPHYS2) (CANPHYSSEQA=PHYS20A +
20B)
Courseisdesignedforstudentsmajoringina life or
medicalscience,or engineering
technology,whose
universitymajor does not requirecalculus-based
physics. Position,velocity, and accelerationof
objectsaredescribedusingvectors.Theconceptsof
mass,force,Newton'sLawsofMotion, momentum,
impulse,work, energy, and power are used to
describestraight-linemotion,projectilemotion,circularmotion,collisions,explosions,and vibration,
Rotationalmotionincludestorque,momentofinertia,angularmomentum,andstaticequilibrium.
1902.00
(4)
[Cx]
Classhours:3
lecture;3 laboratory,
Prerequisite."
Physics30A.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Courseis designedforstuclentsmajoringin a lifeor
medicalscience,or engineeringtechnology,whose
universitymajor requirescalculus-based
physics.
Simpleharmonicmotionin spring-masssystems
and pendula. Fluid propertiesas explainedby
Archimedes'
principleandBernoulli's
equation.Thermodynamics,includingtemperature,heatand heat
transfer,idealgaslaw,andthedifferential
formof the
firstandsecondlawsof thermodynamics.
Electricity
and magnetism,includingelectricforce and field,
electric potentialenergy, potential, capacitance,
resistance,electromotive
force,magneticforceand
field, and Faraday'sLaw. Inductors,with induced
electromotive
forcepresentedasa derivativeof flux.
Power,intensityandloudnessof soundwaves.Interference,diffraction,andgeometricalopticsof light
waves.
1902.00
46 Physics
forScientistsandEngineers
n (5)
Classhours:41ecture;31aboratory.
Prerequisite:Physics45andMathematics65B.
TransferCredit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See
counselor.
(CANPHYS12)(CANPHYSSEQB=PHY$45+46+
47)
Forstudentsmajoringina physicalscienceor engineering.Electromagnetic
concepts:electricforceCoulomb'sLaw, electricfield,Gauss'Law, electric
potentialenergy, electric potential,capacitance,
resistance,electromotive
force, power,meters, RC
circuits,magneticfield,magneticforce- cyclotrons,
Ampere's
Law,Faraday'sLaw,inductors,
Ccircuits,
andLCRcircuits-impedance
andpowerL
factor.
1902.00
47 Physics
forScientistsandEngineersIII (5)
Classhours:4 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Physics46.
TransferCredit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See
counselor.
(CANPHYS14)(CANPHYSSEQB=PHYS45+46+
47)
For studentsmajoringina physicalscienceor enoineering.Topicsinclude:first and secondlaws of
thermodynamics,
heatengines,soundwaveintensity, Dopplereffect,lightwaves- interference
anddiffraction,optics- refraction,lenses,images,special
relativity,energylevelsin the hydrogenatom, and
spectrumofthe hydrogenatom.
1902.00
g2LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
Physics(.5-6)
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6,9, 12,15, or181aboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
44 Introduction
toMotion(4)
Special-interest
course of varyinglength for stuClasshours:3 lecture,3 laboratory,
dentswhowishfurtherexplorationin specificareas
Prerequisite:Mathematics31.
of physics.TopicswillbedeterminedbytheinstrucTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
tor. May be takenfour timesregardlessof the unit
Seecounselor,
combination.However,no single-subject,specialIntroduction
to mechanics
for studentsmajoringina interestclassmayberepeated.Mayrequirecorequiphysicalscienceor engineering.Position,velocity, sitesand/orprerequisites
basedonthecontentofthe
and acceleration
of objectswill be describedusing course.
1902.00
vectors.Concepts
of mass,force,Newton'sLawsof
Motion,momentum,and impulsewill be usedto
describestraightlinemotion,projectile
motion,circularmotion,collisions,andexplosions.In the labo(PS)
20B College PhysicsII (4) [Cx]
ratory,useofmicrocomputers
with motiondetectors
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
and forceprobesto study the conceptsof velocity 1 AmericanPolitics(3)
Prerequisite:Physics2OA.
and acceleration,and Newton'sLaws of Motion. Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See Graphicalrepresentation
of motion.- velocity-time TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
counselor.
(CANPHYS4) (CANPHYSSEQA = PHYS20A+ graphs, acceleration-time
graphs, and force-time (CANGOVT2)
20B)
graphs-is emphasized.
1902.00 CaliforniaStateUniversityrequirementin U.S.ConCourseisdesignedforstudentsmajoringin a lifeor
stitutionandCaliforniaStateandLocalGovernment.
medicalscience,or engineeringtechnology,whose
Studyof the Americanpoliticalprocessandinstituuniversitymajor does not requirecalculus-based
tigris.Topicsinclude:socialandpolitical
institutions,
CATALOG
20052006
L._
POLITICAL
SCIENCE
152
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
majorAmericanlinkageinstitutions,the politicsof
public policy,the struggle of under-represented
groupsfor equality,and other current problems.
Analysisof the organization
andfunctionof California'sstateandlocalgovernments.Maybe offeredas
an HonorsCourse.
2207.00
g2A-HSpecialTopics:PoliticalScience(.5-6)
Classhours:.5,1, 1.5,2,3, 4,5, or 6 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Special-interestcourse of varying length for studentswho wishfurther explorationin specificareas
of politicalscience.Topicswill bedeterminedbythe
2 Introduction
to PoliticalScience(3)
individualinstructor.This coursemaybe takenonly
Classhours:3 lecture,
fourtimesregardlessof the unitcombination.HowTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
ever,no single-subject,
special-interest
classmaybe
Use of methodsand conceptsto analyzepolitical repeated.May requirecorequisitesand/orprerequiinstitutions,behavior,cultures,andideologies.Vari- sitesbasedonthecontentof thecourse. 2207.00
ouspoliticalsystems(Americanandnon-American)
andthefactorsthatleadto stability,change,andrevolution.
2207.00
PROFESSIONAL
NURSING
3 CaliforniaPoliticsandCulture(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
(SEENURSING:
A.D.N.)
TransferCredit:CSU.
State,country,and municipalgovernmentwith an
emphasison California'suniqueheritage,culture,
people,andpolitics.
2207.00
(PSYCH)
Anoverviewof humandevelopment
from conception
throughagingwithparticular
emphasisonbiological
andenvironmental
influences.Social,cognitiveand
physicalchangesin the growin0child, adolescent
and adult are examinedin light of contemporary
researchandtheory.
2001.00
41 BiologicalPsychology
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Psychology1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Study of the biologicalbasisof behavior.Topics
include:basicneuroanatomyand neurophysiology;
neurophysiologicai
mechanismsin movement,sensation,perception,
learning,memory,emotion,psychologicaldisorders,language,andconsciousness;
scientific methodas appliedin the brain sciences;
brainevolution;
andtheeffectsof discoveries
in the
neurosciences
on modern views of humannature
andtheoriesofmind.
2001.00
PSYCHOLOGY
7 InternationalRelations(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Introductionto recentand contemporaryinternationalpoliticsincludingforeignpoliciesof themajor
countries.Problems
of developing
nationsandofthe
moreimportanttensionareas.
2207.00
10 Comparative
Politics(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Politicalsystemsof industrialized
countriesandthe
ThirdWorld. Analysisof thecrossculturalsimilaritiesanddifferences
of variouspoliticalsystems.
2207.00
21 UrbanPolitics(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Analysisof thepoliticsof urbanandsuburbanareas
in the UnitedStates,otherindustrialized
countries,
and the Third World. Important issues such as
unemployment,
poverty,racism,and the impactof
economicchangewillbeexamined.
2207.00
25 LatinoPolitics(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditpending.
Examination
of Latinopolitics.Topicsinclude:political influence,civil rights,discrimination,immigration, affirmativeaction,assimilation,acculturation,
citizenship,
politicalefficacy,votingaffiliationsand
tendencies,diversitywithin the Latinocommunity,
andcontemporary
politicalissuesaffectingLatinos.
Specialemphasisonthe growingpoliticaland economicimpactof Latinosonthe local,state,national,
andinternational
levels.
2203.00
32 LawandSociety(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Analysisof law, its functions,culturalvariations,
legaltheoriesof justice,andlaw as a tool of social
change.A comparativeanalysisof WesternandThird
Worldlegalsystemswill alsobe made.
2207.00
gOAPoliticalScienceHonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Honorscomponentfor PoliticalScience.Topicsof
interestare chosenbythe instructorandstudents,
andarepresented
in aseminarformat.Prerequisites
and/orcorequisites
are required.Maybe takenfour
timeswithchangeintopicemphasis.
2207.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
45 PsychoactiveDrugs:
TheChemistryofConsciousness(3)
1 Introductionto Psychology
(3) [Cx]
Classhours:3 lecture.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Psychology1.
Advisory:Completionof Guidance
2 is recommended. TransferCredit:CSU.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Themajorclassesof psychoactive
drugs,theirsub(CANPSY2)
jectiveeffects,andthe mechanismsof theiractions
Surveyof psychology,includingresearchmethods, on thebrain.Basicconceptsinnervecellphysiology
historyandsystems,lifespan,perception,learning and brainstructureand function,requisitefor an
andmemory,cognition,psychological
disordersand understanding
of drugactions.
2001.00
treatment,socialbehavior,andbrainmechanismsin
behaviorand consciousness.
May be offeredasan 55 AbnormalPsychology
(3)
Honorscourse.
2001.00 Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Psychology1.
5 PersonalandSocialAwareness
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3lecture.
Introductionto psychopathology.
Disordersof senPrerequisite:PsychologyI.
sation,perception,
emotions,andthinking,andtheir
TransferCredit:CSU.
nature, causes,and effects on life. Analysis of
Factorsaffectingpersonalandsocialawareness
and attemptsat alleviation,helpingtherapies,andprobformalandinformalmeansof assessingthem.Ses- lemintervention.
2001.00
signs are interactive,incorporatingperspectives
drawnfrom the variousschoolsof psychological 65 SocialPsychology
(3)
thought and the experiencesof individualsin the Classhours:3 lecture.
class.
_
2001.00 Prerequisite:Psychology1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
20 Developmental
Psychology:
Studyof human behaviorfrom the perspectiveof
Childhood
andAdolescence
(3)
interactionand socialization.
Introductionto methClasshours:3 lecture,
odsandcontentof socialpsychologywith emphasis
Prerequisite:Psychology1.
on socialbehaviorin smallandlargegroups,interTransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
personalrelations,attitudesandbeliefs,persuasion,
Seecounselor,
andsocialinfluence.
2001.00
Study of human developmentfrom conception
throughadolescence.
Thephysical,
socialandcogni- 80 Introduction
to Research
Methodsin
tive developmentof the growingchildand adoles- Psychology
(4)
centareexaminedin lightof contemporary
research Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
andtheory.
2001.00 Prerequisite:Psychology1.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
21 Developmental
Psychology:
(CANPSY8)
Adulthood
andAging(3)
Surveyof researchmethodscurrentlyusedin psyClasshours:31ecture,
chology: introspection,naturalistic observation,
Prerequisite:Psychology1.
casestudy,and laboratoryexperiments.Designed
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
for the psychologymajorand otherswho require
Seecounselor,
familiaritywith suchresearch
techniques.Emphasis
Studyof humandevelopmentinadulthoodwithpar- onstudentparticipation
in conductingresearchand
ticularemphasison biologicaland environmental analyzingdata.
2001.00
influences.Social,cognitive,and physicalchanges
areexaminedin light of contemporaryresearchand 9OAPsychology
HonorsSeminar(1)
theory.Designedto help personsof all agesunder- Classhours:1 lecture.
standthe agingprocessfrom a psychological
per- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
spective.
2001.00 Seecounselor.
Honorscomponent
for Psychology.
Topicsof inter25 Developmental
Psychology:
estare chosenby theinstructorand students,and
LifespanDevelopment
(3)
are presentedin a seminarformat. Prerequisites
Classhours:3 lecture,
and/orcorequisites
arerequired.May be takenfour
TransferCredit:CSU,UCcredit limitations,
timeswithchangein topicemphasis.
2001.00
Seecounselor.
153
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
g2A-H SpecialTopics:Psychology(.5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1,1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
Forthosestudentswho wouldliketo explorecertain
specialareasof psychologyin greaterdepth.Wide
varietyoftopics offered,withthe particularemphasis
left upto the instructor.Maybetakentwice,however,
the emphasismustbedifferenteachtime. 2001.00
16 MedicalProceduresforRadiologic
Technologists
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitation on Enrollment:A current health care
provider cardiopulmonary resuscitation card is
required,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Overviewof the foundationsin radiographyandthe
practitioner'sroleinthe healthcaredeliverysystem,
Topicsinclude:communicationtechniques,profesg8A,B,CIndependent
Study:Psychology
(1,2, 3)
signal ethics, legal considerations,the history of
Classhours:1,2, or 3 lecture,
radiology,and safety of the radiographerthrough
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is proper bodymechanics.Careof patientswith nasorequiredfor registration,
gastrictubes,geriatricandpediatricpatients,andthe
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
acutelydisturbedpatient.MedicalandsurgicalasepSeecounselor
tic technique is studied in depth. Recognitionof
Special projectcoursedesignedfor the capable, adversereactions
to contrastagents,andthe treatwell-motivated
student.Eachstudentexploresand mentof thesereactions.Theoryof skills,including
developsa projector a paperonanareaof personal thetakingof vitalsigns,enemaadministration,
and
interestinPsychology.
Natureandextentof the pro- urinarycatheterization.
1225.00
ject must be decidedby student and instructor
beforethestudentmaysignupforthecourse.Type 16L Laboratory
forMedicalProcedures
for
and extentofthe projectdeterminesthe numberof RadiologicTechnologists
(1)
unitsallowed.Maybetakenonlyfourtimes,regard- Classhours:3 laboratory,
lessof theunitcombination.
2001.00 Limitation on Enrollment:A current health care
provider cardiopulmonary resuscitation card is
430 HealthPsychology
(3)
required,
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU
Healthpsychology,
includinghistoricalandcontem- Discussion,
application,
andtimedsimulatedperforporary researchand practice.Understandingof manceof medicalproceduresandtechniquescornbehaviorsaffectinghealth,includingrisksfor cardio- monly used in diagnosticimaging. Proper body
vasculardisease,cancer,andotherdiseases.Psy- mechanicsfor patienttransfer by wheelchairor
chologicalmanagementof painandchronicillness, stretcher.Useof blood pressureequipment,enema
Strategiesfor increasingadherenceto healthy administration,
and Foleycatheterization
kits. Isolalifestylebehaviors.
2001.00 tiontechniques,includingportableequipment.Medicaland surgical aseptictechniqueis studiedin
depth.
1225.00
RADIOLOGIC
TECHNOLOGY
20 RadiologicScienceandProtection(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
(RADTE(:)
TransferCredit:CSU.
StudentsmustapplyforadmissiontotheRadiolog- Course establishesa basic knowledgeof atomic
ic Technologyprogramandmustpay fora physical structureandterminology,includingthe natureand
examination,
properties
of matter,energy,andradiation;
x-rayproduction;andthefundamentals
of photoninteractions
Prerequisitefor all RadiologicTechnologycourses with matter.Factorsthatgovernand influencethe
numbered1-g9:Admissionto the RadiologicTech- productionand recordingof radiologicimagesare
nologyprogram,
presented,includingthe prime technicalfactors
10 AnatomyandRadiographic
Positioning
I (3)
requiredtoproducea radiographicimage.Radiation
Classhours:3 lecture,
interaction
on livingsystems,its effectson moleTransferCredit:CSU.
cules,cells,tissuesandthebodyasawhole,andfacComprehensive
studyof radiographic
positioningof tors affectingbiologicalresponses.Emphasison
thechest,upperandlowerextremities,
shoulderand attenuationand absorptionof radiationwithinthe
pelvicgirdle, abdomen,and urinary system,with humanbody,basicradiationmeasurement,health
emphasison associatedanatomyand radiographic effects,andprotectionfor thepatientandtechnoloimageevaluation.Providestheknowledge
basenec- gist. Reviewof stateand federalradiationcontrol
essary to perform standard radiographicproce- laws.Foundationdiscussionon the use of accesdures.Considerationis givento radiationprotection soriesin radiography,suchascollimatorsandautoandthe productionof imagesof optimaldiagnostic maticexposurecontrols.
1225.00
quality. Laboratoryexperiencecomplementsthe
didacticportion.
1225.00 2OL LaboratoryforRadiologicScienceand
Protection
(1)
IOL Laboratoryfor AnatomyandRadiographic
Classhours:3 laboratory,
Positioning
I (1)
TransferCredit:CSU.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
Experiments
areperformedin on-campuslaboratoTransferCredit:CSU.
ties to illustratethe theoriespresentedin lecture,
Discussion,application,
demonstration,
role-played, Throughthe processof discussion,
demonstration,
andtimed simulatedevaluationpositioningof the returndemonstration,
groupsharingand demonchest,upperandlower extremities,shoulderand strationevaluation,
studentscorrelateconceptswith
pelvic girdles, abdomen,and urinary system, the actualmakingof an x-ray.LaboratoryexperiEmphasisonassociatedanatomy,radiationprotec- mentsdemonstratethe actualproductionof radiation, patientcommunication
and effectivepatient tion, facilitating
studentacquisitionof competency
interaction,
andradiographic
imageevaluation,
andskill inthe handlingof radiographic
equipment.
1225.00 Focusonequipmentmanipulation
(toincludemobile
units),image receptors,ionizationand exposure,
beamintensity,imagequality,andradiationprotection.
1225.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
154
25 AnatomyandRadiographic
Positioning
II (3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Comprehensive
study of radiographicpositioningof
the vertebralcolumn, bonythorax, gastrointestinal
tract,and biliarysystem.Accommodationsfor trauma, mobile/bedside,surgical radiographyand age
specific attention, with emphasis on associated
anatomyandradiographicimageevaluation.Developmentof the knowledgebasenecessaryto perform
standardradiographicprocedures.Considerationis
given to radiationprotectionandthe productionof
images of optimal diagnostic quality. Laboratory
experiencecomplementsthedidacticportion.
1225.00
25L Laboratory
forAnatomyand Radiographic
PosilioningII (1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Discussion,application,demonstration,and roleplayedandtimedsimulatedpositioning
of the vertebralcolumn,bonythorax,specialviewoftheskeletal
system,gastrointestinal
system,andbiliarysystem,
withconsiderations
for trauma,mobile/bedside,
surgicalradiography,
andagespecificattentionforpediatticandgeriatricimaging.
1225.00
31 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
I (2)
Classhours:6 laboratory
TransferCredit:CSU.
First semester of clinical practiceexperiences
designedfor sequentialdevelopment,application,
criticalanalysis,andintegrationof theconceptsand
theories presentedin the on-campuscourses.
Throu0hcompetency-based
assignments,the studentwillfirstobserveandthen perform,underdirect
supervision,patientcare and radiographicprocedures identifiedin the coursesyllabus.Emphasisis
placedon familiarizingthestudenttothe clinicaleducational setting, patient-centeredclinical practice,
professionaldevelopment,
andcorresponding
working relationships
withother healthcareprofessionals.
1225.00
34 Radiographic
Imaging(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Study of film, screens,film-screencombinations,
processing,grids, qualitycontrol,qualitymanagemerit,andqualityassurance.
A significantportionof
thecourseis devotedto circuitryof theradiographic
tube.Imagearchiving,digitalandfilm-lessradiography are alsodiscussed,as well as differentradiographic equipment such as conventional
tomography.Radiationprotectionmethodsarestudledin depth.
1225.00
34L Laboratory
forRadiographic
Imaging(1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
On-campusradiographiclaboratoryis usedfor a
seriesof experimentscomplementing
the didactic
instruction.
Experiments
illustrateradiation
theoryin
regardsto radiographic
imagequality,film/screen
combinations,
theuseandmisuseofgrids,automatic processing,and radiographic
qualityassurance,
management
andcontrol.
1225.00
40 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
ll (8)
Classhours:24 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Clinicalpracticeexperiences
designed
forsequential
development,
application,criticalanalysis,integration,synthesis
andevaluation
of concepts
andtheoties in the performanceof radiologicprocedures.
Throughstructuredsequential,competencybased
assignmentsin clinicalsetting,conceptsof team
[W]Chaffey College
i
Course
Descriptions
practice,patient-centered
clinicalpracticeand professionaldevelopmentare discussed,examined,
evaluated,
and reinforced.Emphasisis on patient
careassessment,
competent
performanceof radiologicimages,andtotal qualitymanagement.
Studentsachieveanddemonstrate
levelsofcompetency
andmeasurable
outcomes
thatensurethewellbeing
of the patientpreparatory
to, during,andfollowing
theprocedures.
1225.00
66L Laboratory
forAnatomyand
Radiographic
Positioning
III (1)
Classhours:3 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Comprehensive
studyof radiographic
positioningof
the calvarium,facial area, sinuses,andtemporal
bone.Emphasison associated
anatomy,radiation
protection,patientcommunication,
effectivepatient
interaction,
andradiographic
imageevaluation,
l225.00
50 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
III (6)
Classhours:18 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Continued
clinicalpracticeexperiences
designedfor
sequentialdevelopment,
application,
criticalanalysis,integration,
synthesis
andevaluation
of concepts
andtheoriesin theperformance
of radiologicprocedures.Throughstructured
sequential,competencybasedassignments
in clinicalsetting,concepts
of
teampractice,patient-centered
clinicalpracticeand
professional
development
arediscussed,
examined,
evaluated,
and reinforced.Emphasisis on patient
careand assessment,competentperformanceof
radiologicimages,and total qualitymanagement,
Studentsachieveanddemonstrate
increasinglevels
of competencyand measurableoutcomesthat
ensurethewell beingof the patientpreparatoryto,
during,andfollowing
theprocedure.
1225.00
70 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
V (11)
Classhours:33 laboratory.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Guidedpracticein theapplication
of radiology
technologytopatientsina hospital
environment,
withthe
student performingmore independently.
Evening
shifts and performanceof radiographyspecialties
areincluded.
Studentsrotatebetweenclinicaleducationsettingswithdigitalimagingsystemsandthose
thatarefilmbased,soexperience
isobtained
inboth.
Clinicalexperiencescomplementandreinforcethe
didacticportionof instruction,facilitatingcontinued
advancement
in the levelof competency
andmeasurableoutcomes,andensuringthewellbeingofthe
patientpreparatory
to,during,andfollowingtheprocedure.
1225.00
55 Radiographic
Equipment
andClinical
Application(2)
Classhours:2 lecture
TransferCredit:CSU.
Courseestablishes
aknowledge
baseinfluoroscopic
equipment
requirements,
design,andoperation,
and
isoexposure
curvesandrelatedradiationprotection,
Studyof theradiation
healthandsafetyrequirements
of federalandstateregulatoryagencies,
accreditationagencies,
and healthcareorganizations.
Class
demonstrations/labs
provideopportunityfor applicationandreinforcement
of theory.
1225.00
61 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
IV(8)
Classhours:24 laboratory,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Continued
clinicalpracticeexperiences
designedfor
sequentialdevelopment,
application,criticalanalysis,integration,
synthesis
andevaluation
of concepts
andtheoriesinthe performance
of radiologic
procedures. Throughstructured
sequential,competencybasedassignments
in clinicalsetting,conceptsof
teampractice,patient-centered
clinicalpracticeand
professional
development
arediscussed,
examined,
evaluated,
and reinforced.Emphasisis on patient
care and assessment,competentperformanceof
radiologicimages,and total qualitymanagement,
Studentsachieveand demonstrateincreasingly
advanced
levelsofcompetency
andmeasurable
outcomesthat ensurethe well beingof the patient
preparatory
to,during,andfollowing
theprocedure,
1225.00
66 AnatomyandRadiographic
Positioning
III (3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Comprehensive
TransferCredit:CSU.
studyof radiographicpositioningof
the calvarium,facial area, sinuses,and temporal
bone, includingspecialexaminationsfor eachof
theseareas.Provides
theknowledge
basenecessary
to perform radiographic
procedures.
Consideration
isgiventoradiationprotection
andtheproduction
of
imagesof optimaldiagnosticquality.Laboratory
experience
complements
thedidactic
portion.
1225.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
400 Radiographic
Skillsin Mammography
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Limitationon Enrollment."
Proof of graduationfrom
an accreditedradio/ogictechnologyprogram,proof
ofanARRTorCRTlicense,or proofof currentenrollmentin aradiologictechnologyprogramis required.
Studyof mammography.Patienteducation,anatomy, physiology,positioningand pathologyof the
breast,clinicalbreastexaminations,
instrumentation,andmammography
techniques.
Specialemphasis on communication
techniques
and professional
ethical/legal
considerations.
1225.00
460 Venipuncture
forImagingProfessionals
(1.5)
Classhours:1.5 lecture.
Corequisite:Radio/ogicTechnology460L.
Advisory."
Studentshouldbea 2ndyear radiography
studentor agraduateof JRCERT-approved
radiography program, and possessa current health care
providerCPRcard.
Basicconceptsof pharmacology.
Theoryand practiceof basictechniquesof venipuncture,
anatomy
andphysiologyof venipuncture
sites,instrumentationandrelatedequipment,
andtheadministration
of
diagnostic
contrastagentsand/orintravenous
reedications.
Trainingstandards
andlimitations
of a radiologic technologist in the performance of
venipuncture
in an upper extremity.Appropriate
75 Pathology
andSpecialRadiographic
deliveryof patientcarebefore,during,andafterproProcedures
(5)
ceduresis emphasized,
alongwiththe hazardsand
Classhours:5 lecture,
complicationsof venipuncture,and anaphylactic
TransferCredit:CSU.
shock.Fulfillsthe requirements
of Section106985of
Introduction
to theoriesof diseasecausation
andthe theCalifornia
HealthandSafetyCoderelatingtoradipathophysiologic
disordersthatcompromisehealthy ologictechnology.
1225.00
systems.Etiology,
pathophysiologic
responses,
clinical manifestations,radiographic
appearance,and 4601_Venipuncture
Laboratoryfor Imaging
management
of alterations
in bodysystems
arepre- Professionals
(.5)
sented.Anatomyand physiologyof variousbody Classhours:1.5 laboratory.
systemsarereviewedinrelationship
tocrosssection Corequisite:RadiologicTechnology
460.
demonstration.
Use andcontraindications
of con- Advisory:Studentshouldbea 2ndyear radiography
trastmediaas relatedto diagnosticradiographyis studentora graduateofJRCERT-approved
radiograstudied,as well as the radiographer's
appropriate phy program, and possessa current health care
responseto adversereactions.Specialprocedure providerCPRcard.
radiography
is definedthroughpatientpreparation, Applicationof skillsandreinforcement
of theoryin
specialprocedure
equipment,
accessories,
andrelat- the basicconceptsof pharmacology.
Providesthe
ed subspecialties.
Reviewof radiobiology
and radia- practicenecessary
to performa minimum
of 10suction protectionfor fluoroscopyfacilitatesstudents cessful"live" skills on individuals
(classmatesand
takingthestatefluoroscopy
permitexamination,
guests).Demonstration
of theanatomyandphysiol1225.00 ogyof venipuncture
sites,venipuncture
instrumentation, I.V. solutions,and relatedequipment,with
81 Radiographic
ClinicalEducation
Vl (5)
studentsexecutinga simulateddemonstration
prior
Classhours:15 laboratory,
to actual performance.Patientcare aspects of
TransferCredit:CSU.
venipuncture
isemphasized.
1225.00
Finalcourse in the series of guided practicums
applyingradiologic
technologytopatientsina hospi- 516L Radiographic
Procedures
Laboratory(1)
tal environment.
Advanced
clinicalpracticeexperi- Courseisofferedona credit/no-credit
basisonly.
encesdesignedto providepatientassessmentand Classhours:3 laboratory.
care,competent
performanceof radiologic
imaging, NotDegreeApplicable.
and assuretotal quality management.
Sequential Reinforcement
of medicalproceduresnecessaryin
development,
criticalanalysis,integration,synthe- the radiology
department.Useof specificequipment
sis,application,
andevaluation
of concepts
andtheo- foundin the clinicaleducationsettingsis emphades in the performanceof radiologicprocedures, sized.Maybetakenthreetimes.
1225.00
Studentsperform independently
with appropriate
supervision
andassesstheirskillsfor employability.
1225.00
85 Development
ofAdvanced
Radiographic
Skills(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Applicationof radiographic
theoryto developproficiencyin theskillsnecessaryto becomeemployed,
Reviewof theentireradiologic
technology
curriculum,following
theARRTexamination
outline,to prepare the student for the written certifying
examinations
atthestateandnationallevels,
1225.00
155
READING
(READ)
450 Advanced
Reading(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading450 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or cornpletionof Reading550.
Programofsystematic
trainingto developliteraland
criticalcomprehension,
vocabulary,
andspeedskills
for advancedstudents.
Fifteenhoursof supplementalinstruction
in a Success
Centerthatsupportsthis
courseis required.
4930.71
IlealChaffey College
Course
Descriptions
500 BeginningReading(3)
Courseis offeredonlyon acredit/nocreditbasis,
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading500 as determinedbythe Chaffeyassessmentprocess.
Not DegreeApplicable.
Beginningreadingclassfor studentsfrom a variety
of backgroundsand learningskill levels,who are
havingextremedifficultywith reading.Emphasison
phonics, basic sight vocabulary,comprehension,
and following directions. Fifteenhours of supplementalinstructionina SuccessCenterthatsupports
this courseis required.Maybetakentwice.4930.70
510 Introduction
to Reading(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading510 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof Reading500.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Beginningreadingclass,for studentswith a variety
of backgroundsand learningskills. Emphasison
locatingthe main idea,makinginferences,vocabulary improvement,and understandingparagraphs,
Fifteenhours of supplementalinstructionin a SuccessCenterthat supportsthis course is required,
Maybetakentwice.
4930.70
520
Intermediate
Reading(3)
Classhours:3
lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading520 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof Reading510.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Introductory
readingandstudyskillsclassfor studentswith a varietyof backgrounds
andlearning
skills.Focusison improvement
of readingandstudy
skillsabilities,with emphasison readingcomprehension,vocabularydevelopment,
and studytechniques.Fifteenhoursof supplemental
instruction
ina
SuccessCenterthatsupportsthiscourseisrequired,
May betakentwice.
4930.70
530 InteractiveReadingandLiterature(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading530 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or cornp/etionof Reading520.
NotDegreeApplicable.
Focusonreadingcomprehension,
literaryterminology,andvocabulary
development,
usingliteratureasa
basis.Fifteenhoursof supplemental
instructionina
SuccessCenterthatsupportsthiscourseis required,
Maybetakentwice.
4930.70
ing, background,and terminologynecessaryfor
advancedstudy inthe specializedcourses. 0511.00
corequisitesand/orprerequisitesbasedon thecontentof the course.
0511.00
15 RealEstatePractice(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof RealEstate 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Office proceduresand practicesof the brokerand
sales personin the realestate business,including
listing, prospecting, advertising, financing,
exchanges,andsalestechniques.Courseis applicabletowardtheeducationalrequirementsfor broker's
licenseandrealestatesalesperson'slicense.
0511.00
472 Advanced
RealEstateAppraisal(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:RealEstate70.
Appraisalof residentialapartmentbuildings,small
office buildings, shopping centers,and industrial
buildings.CoursemeetsCaliforniarealestatebroker
licenserequirements,and is acceptedas 54 hours
toward Officeof RealEstateAppraisers(OREA)certificate-residential/certificate-general appraisal
requirements.
0511.00
50 LegalAspectsof RealEstateI (3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof RealEstate10 is recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductorycourse to acquaintstudentswith current Californiarealestatelaw,with emphasison its
applicationinrealestatebrokerageandrelatedfields,
Courseis applicabletowardthe educationalrequirementsfor broker'slicenseand realestatesalesperson'slicense.
0511.00
60
RealEstate
Finance(3)
Classhours:3
lecture.
Advisory: Completionof RealEstate 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Analysisof realpropertyfinancing.Topicsinclude:
primaryandsecondary
sourcesof realestateloans,
mathematicsand legalaspectsof finance,role of
governmentagencies,mortgage insuranceand
interestrates,creditreporting,realestateappraisal,
andtaxation.Courseisapplicable
towardtheeducational requirementsfor broker'slicenseand real
estatesalesperson's
license.
0511.00
70 RealEstateAppraisal(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Rea/Estate10.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introductorycourse coveringthe purposes of
appraisals,the appraisalprocessand approaches,
andthe methodsandtechniques
usedto determine
thevalueofvarioustypesof property,withemphasis
on thesingle-familyresidence.Courseisapplicable
towardthe educational
requirementsfor broker's
licenseandrealestatesales-person's
license.
0511.00
550 ReadingImprovement
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:Eligibility for Reading550 as determinedby the Chaffeyassessmentprocess,or completionof Reading530.
Nel DegreeApplicable.
Programofsystematic
trainingto developliteraland
criticalcomprehension,
vocabulary,
andspeedskills,
targetedtostudentswith averagereadingskills.Fifteen hoursofsupplemental
instruction
in a Success
Centerthat supportsthis courseis recommended.
Maybetakentwice.
4930.70
475 RealEstateEscrowI(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Prerequisite:RealEstate10.
Casemethodstudy of escrowprocedures,including
the actualprocessingof saleescrow.Topicsinclude:
encumbrances,interestadjustments,reconveyance,
mortgages,insurance,taxes,fees,unique vocabulary, title policy types,drawing of documents,and
otherprocessingdetailspertinentto the handlingof
an escrowfrom inceptionto closing.Courseapplies
towardsthe educationrequirementsfor broker'sand
realestatesalesperson'slicenses.
0511.00
SCIENCE
(SCI)
500 Introduction
toScience(1)
Courseisofferedonlyonacredit/nocreditbasis.
Classhours:3 laboratory.
NotDegreeApplicable
Introductionto some fundamentalscientificconcepts.Designedto improveperformance
in science
courses.Eighthourfieldtrip requiredin additionto
normalclassmeetings.
1901.00
SOCIALSCIENCE
(scscl)
(SEE ALSO COURSESUNDERANTHROPOLOGY,
GERONTOLOGY,
HISTORY,PHILOSOPHY,
POLITICALSCIENCE,
PSYCHOLOGY
ANDSOCIOLOGY.)
10 StatisticsforSocialScience(4)
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory.
Prerequisite:Mathematics4 or 25.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Seecounselor.
(CANPSY6)
Surveyof methodsusedto analyzeandinterpret
data
generatedby scientificinvestigation.
Purposeand
application
of statistics,
frequencydistributions
and
graphing,centraltendency,variability,percentiles,
standardscores,the normaldistribution,regression,
correlation,probability,hypothesis
testing,simple
andtwo-factoranalysisof variance,andnon-parametrictechniques.Useof computerized
statistical
packages
(e.g.SPSS).
2201.00
86 Real EstatePropertyManagement(3)
Classhours:3 lecture,
Prerequisite:RealEstate10.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Introduction
to management
of realestate.Identificationand analysisof functions,responsibilities,
legal rights, liabilities,and leasing instruments,
Studyof relationships
betweenownersandtenants,
or managersand tenants.Courseis an electivefor
theCaliforniasalesor broker'slicense.
0511.00 11 ComputerApplications
fortheSocial
Sciences(3)
g2A-H SpecialTopics:RealEstate
Classhours:3 lecture.
( .5,1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5, or6)
Advisory:Basicwordprocessingknowledgeis desirClasshours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture,
able.
TransferCredit:CSU.
TransferCredit:CSU.
A basicunderstandingof microcomputerfunctions
Special-interestlecture coursefor studentswho
wish further exploration in specific areas of real usedinthe SocialandBehavioralSciences.Students
10 RealEstatePrinciples(3) [Cx]
estate.Topicsvary andare determinedby the indi- will prepareacademicandresearchpapersaccordClasshours:3 lecture,
vidualinstructor;seescheduleof classesforcurrent ingto SocialSciencestandards,andlearnto access
TransferCredit:CSU.
term emphases.Maybetakenfourtimes,regardless specialized
resourcesonthe Internet.Introduction
to
Fundamentals
of realestate,coveringbasiclawsand of the unitcombination,
however,nosingle-subject, SocialScienceapplications
for dataanalysis;
social
principlesofCalifornia
realestate.Givesunderstand- special-interest
classmaybe repeated.
Mayrequire surveysoftware.
2201.00
REALESTATE
(RE)
CATALOG
2005-2006
156
I_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
13 Introductionto SocialWork(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Comprehensive
explorationof the scopeof social
work. Historicaloverviewof socialwelfareas an
institutionalresponseto socialneeds.Analysisof
currenttrendsandfuturepossibilities. 2104.00
40 Retrospective
onthe20thCentury:
WorldWarII (3)
(Available
alsoasHistory40)
Classhours:3lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
WorldWar II from theperspective
of variousviewpointsrelativetothewar'simpactonbutnotlimited
tothefollowing:history,sociology,
philosophy,
liter15 Introduction
to PeerCounseling
(3)
ature, the arts, business/technology,
psychology,
Classhours:3 lecture,
science,politicalscience,religion,economics,
and
TransferCredit:CSU.
sports.Facultyfromdifferentdisciplines
willpresent
Introduction
to the "helpingprofessions".
Concepts materialsrelativeto theirexpertise.
2201.00
andmethodsof communication
anddevelopment
of
listeningand helpingskillsthat leadto constructive 90 Seminar:SocialScience(3)
humanrelationships.
Developshelpingskillsapplic- Classhours:3 lecture,
abletoa varietyof situations.
Stronglyrecommend- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
ed for anyoneinterestedin becominga student Seecounselor,
ambassador
or peercounselor.
2201.00 Designedto bringtogetherone or more faculty
membersanda smallgroupofstudentswithacom17 HumanSexuality(3)
moninterest,
topursuestudyofa selected
socialsciClasshours:3 lecture,
oncetopic throughthe seminarapproach.Maybe
Advisory:Completionof oneor morebehavioralsci- takentwice.
2201.00
oncecoursesis recommended,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
92A-HSpecialTopics:SocialScience(.5-6)
Interdisciplinary
introductionto humansexuality, Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 lecture.
withanemphasisonsexualvalues,sexualcommuni- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations,
cation,andsexualrelationships.
Includesphysiolog- Seecounselor,
ical,cross-cultural,
sociological,
andpsychological Special-interest
lecturecoursefor studentswho
information,
aswellasanevaluation
of sexresearch, wish furtherexplorationin specificareasof social
Lectures are supplementedby class discussion, science. Topics are determinedby the individual
video presentations,
demonstrations.
2201.00 instructor;seescheduleof classesfor currentterm
emphases.Maybetakenfour timesregardlessofthe
22 DyingandDeath(3)
unitcombination,however,no single-subject,
spe(Avai/ab/ea/soasGeronto/ogy22)
cial-interestclass may be repeated.May require
Classhours:3 lecture,
corequisites
and/orprerequisites
basedontheconAdvisory."Completionof anyintroductorycoursesin tentofthecourse.
2201.00
psychology,sociology, anthropology,religion, or
phi/osophyisrecommended.
96A,B,C,DInternships
inthe Social/Behavioral
TransferCredit:CSU;UC_
Sciences(1,2, 3, or 4)
Perspectives
ondeath:cross-cultural
and historical. Classhours:5, 10, 15,or2Oemploymentper week.
Deathin Americansociety.Healthcare systems, Limitation on Enrollment: Instructor or program
including
the hospitalandthedyingpatientandhos- coordinatorsignatureis requiredforregistration.
pice.Deathandthe processof dying.Bioethics_
TransferCredit:CSU.
dying in a technological
age. Euthanasia,suicide, Supervisedfieldexperience
in communityorganizafunerals,grief,andbereavement.
Thelawanddeath, tions,agenciesandinstitutions.Designedto apply
Livingwills,organdonation
andautopsies.Lifeafter knowledge
andlearnnewskillsoutside
ofthenormal
death:old and newmeanings.
An interdisciplinary classroomenvironment.Placementis arranged
coursewithemphasis
inthedisciplines
of sociology, throughthe instructor.Participationrequirements
psychology,
andphilosophy.
2201.00 may varywith the setting.Maybe takenfourtimes,
for a maximumof twelveunits credit.Verificationof
25 Introduction
toChicano/Latino
Studies(3)
fingerprinting
is requiredby someagenciesbefore
Classhours:3 lecture,
internshipstarts.
2104.00
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditpending.
Multidisciplinary
studyof Chicano/Latino
communi- 98A,B,C,DIndependent
Study:SocialScience
ties examiningrace,ethnicity,genderandsexuality, (1, 2, 3, or4)
history, politics, culture, migration, literature,and Classhours:1,2, 3, or4 lecture,
the arts.
2203.00 Limitation on Enrollment."Instructor signature is
requiredfor registration,
35 TheElectionCampaign
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Classhours:2.5 lecture;1.5 laboratory.
Seecounselor,
Advisory."Completionof PoliticalScience1andany Specialprojectcoursedesignedfor the capable,
coursein economicsis recommended,
well-motivatedstudent.Studentchoosesa social
TransferCredit:CSU.
sciencetopicto exploreanddevelopsa projector a
Learningthe democratic
politicalprocessthrough report. Student-instructoragreement as to the
directinvolvement
in an electioncampaign.Review natureandextentof the projectmust be reached
of politicaland economictheoriesthat affectthe beforethestudentenrolls.May betakenthreetimes
structure
andoperationsof representative
democra- regardless
oftheunitcombination.
2201.00
cy. Relativeimportanceof issues,party affiliation,
economics,
personalities,
ethics,andorganization
is
addressed.Satudent
may chooseto participateby
workingfor
particularcandidatein
a partisanor
non-partisanrace,an initiativeor referendumballot
issue,or on behalfof a specialinterestgroupthatis
supportingan issue,a candidate,or a slateof candidates.Maybetakenfourtimes.
2201.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
SOCIOLOGY
(SO(:)
(SEEALSOSOCIALSCIENCE)
10 Introduction
toSociology
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANSOC2)
157
Characteristicsof sociallife, processesof interaction, consequencesof group membership,structuresof the institutions
of modernsociety,factors
that perpetuatesocialinequality,and conditions
affectingsocialchangeand globalization.
May be
offeredasanHonorscourse.
2208.00
11 PopularCulture(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof Sociology 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Analyzes
theroleof popularcultureasa siteof contemporarysocialpractices
andculturalpolitics.Considersthe institutional
organization
andproduction
of popularculture,itsmeanings
andsymbols,andits
rolein shapingandreflectingsocialattitudes,interactions,andbehaviors.
2208.00
14 Sociologyof Gender(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Sociology 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Roleandstatusofwomenandmeninsociety,examiningissuesofgenderequityandrecentchanges
that
affectthe family,education,the economy,the law,
andotherinstitutions.
Historicalandcross-cultural
information.Myths about genderdifferencesand
genderinequality.
2208.00
15 EthnicandRaceRelations:
U.S.andGlobalPerspectives
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Sociology 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Applicationof majorsociologicaltheoriesand conceptsto theexamination
of ethnicandracerelations
in the UnitedStatesand the world,with detailed
focusonthefourmajorU.S.ethnicgroups:AfricanAmerican,Latino-American,
Asian-American,and
NativeAmerican.Scrutinyof historical,socioeconomic,and genderinfluenceon inter-grouprelations. Analysisof the symbioticnature between
socialinstitutionsand dominant-subordinate
ethnic/racerelations.Significanceof contemporary
multiculturalism,
and its relationto racism,ethnocentrism,andsexism.
2208.00
18 Marriage,FamilyandRelationships
(3)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU,UC.
(CANFCS12)
Cross-cultural,socialclass,and ethnic variationin
marriages, families, and relationships. Topics
include:romanticlove,mateselection,genderroles,
communication,sexuality,parenting,divorce,singleparentfamilies,remarriage,cohabitation,andabusive relationships.
Emphasison the applicationof
theories,research,
andsocialfactors.
2208.00
18 Sociology
ofAging(3)
(Alsoavailable
asGerontolooy18)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof Sociology 10 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Agingasa
socialprocess.Aand
gestatusandinequality:
role
expectation;gender
ethnic differences.
Society'sresponseto the increasingpopulationof
older people.Intergenerationaland public policy
issues. Cross-culturaldata and information on
mythsaboutaging.May be offered as an Honors
Course.
2208.00
_Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
19 Sociologyof Deviance(3)
Readingselectionsintroducevariousaspectsof the is equivalentto thefirst half of Spanish2; students
Classhours:3 lecture,
life and cultureof the Spanish-speaking
peoples, must successfullycompletebothSpanish2A and
Advisory: Completionof Sociology 10 is recom- Materials demonstratingcultural and historic Spanish2Bin orderto receiveCSUGeneralEducamended,
aspectsfurthersupplement
the textbookandarethe tioncreditfor Spanish2. Spanish2A isnotrecomTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
basisfor additional
oralpractice.Fourteenhoursof mendedforheritage(native)speakers
of Spanish.
Deviancein relationtosocialandculturalcausesand supplemental
instructionin a SuccessCenterthat
1105.00
consequences.
Severaltheoreticalperspectives
are supportsthis courseis required.Spanish1A is
consideredincluding
anomie,socialdisorganization, equivalent
to the first half of Spanish1; students 2B Elementary
Spanish(2)
culturalconflict,roletheory,andlabeling.
Anevalua- mustsuccessfullycompleteboth Spanish1A and Classhours:2 lecture.
tionoftheconsequences
of deviant
actsfor boththe Spanish1Bin orderto receiveCSUGeneralEduca- Prerequisite:Spanish2A.
actorandsociety.
2208.00 lioncreditfor Spanish1. Spanish1A is notrecom- Tr_sfer Credit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
mendedforheritage(native)speakersof Spanish. ,_._N SPAN4= SPAN2A+ SPAN2B)
70 SocialProblems(3)
1105.00_)_(CANSPANSEQA = SPAN1 (or SPAN1A + 1B)+
Classhours:3 lecture.
I _ V _< SPAN2 (or SPAN2A+ 2B))
Prerequisite:Socio/ogy10.
1B Elementary
Spanish(2)
_.
,_/
Co_ued systematicpresentationof languagepatTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:2 lecture.
/'-_
,,,,.te_ns
_d oftheunderlying
culturalideasthatleadto
(CANSOC4)
Prerequisite:Spanish1A. tY "
I ,,,z.,._,_Eility
in the four basicskills:aural,oral,reading,
Socialproblemsin modernindustrialsocieties.Dis- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitatioqs'._ ,,,_'_"and writing.Readingselectionsintroduce
additional
cussion of the techniquesof social problems (CANSPAN2=SPANIA+SPANIB_._k,['_'-I/
aspectsof thelifeandcultureof the Spanish-speakresearch.Sexualdeviance,
alcoholanddrugabuse, (CANSPANSEQA = SPAN1 (or S_._N,1A+ 1B)+ ing peoples.Materialsdemonstrating
culturaland
crime,poverty,andsexism.
2208.00 SPAN2 (or SPAN2A+ 2B))
historicaspects
furthersupplement
thetextbookand
Continuedsystematic
presentation
of languagepat- are the basisfor additionaloral practice.Fourteen
90A SociologyHonorsSeminar(1)
ternsandofthe underlying
culturalideasthatleadto hoursofsupplemental
instructionina SuccessCenClasshours:1 lecture,
facility in the four basicskills: aural, oral,reading, terthat supportsthis courseis required.Spanish2B
TransferCredil:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
and writing.Readingselectionsintroducevarious is equivalent
to the secondhalfof Spanish2; stuSeecounselor,
aspectsof thelifeandcultureof the Spanish-speak- dentsmustsuccessfullycompletebothSpanish2A
Honorscomponent
for Sociology.
Topicsof interest ins peoples.Materialsdemonstratingculturaland andSpanish2Bin orderto receiveCSUGeneralEduare chosenbythe instructorand students,andare historicaspectsfurthersupplement
thetextbookand cationcreditfor Spanish2. Spanish
2Bisnotrecompresentedin a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or arethe basisfor additionaloralpractice.Fourteen mendedforheritage(native)speakersofSpanish.
corequisites
are required.May betakenfour times hoursof supplemental
instruction
ina Success
Cen1105.00
withchangeintopicemphasis.
2208.00 terthatsupportsthiscourseisrequired.Spanish1B
is equivalentto the secondhalf of Spanish1' stu- 3 IntermediateSpanish(4)
g2A-HSpecialTopics:Sociology(.5-6)
dentsmustsuccessfully
completebothSpanish1A Classhours:4 lecture.
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5, or6 lecture,
andSpanish1BinordertoreceiveCSUGeneralEdu- Prerequisite:Spanish2, or Spanish2A and 2B, or
TrensferCredil:CSU;UCcred#limitations.
cationcredit for Spanish1. Completionof both twoyearsof high schoolSpanish.
Seecounselor.
Spanish
1AandSpanish1Bcorresponds
to oneyear TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Special-interest
lecturecoursefor studentswho of high schoolSpanish.Spanish1B is not recom- (CANSPAN8)
wishfurtherexploration
in specificareasofsociolo- mendedforheritage(native)speakersof Spanish.
Reviewsbasicgrammarandintroduces
moreelabogy.Topicsare determinedbythe individualinstruc1105.00 ratestructuresof syntaxandgrammar,withemphator; see the scheduleof classesfor current term
sis on composition, reading, and discussionin
emphases.May betakenfour timesregardlessof the 2 ElementarySpanish(4)
Spanish.Studyingtextsof moderatedifficultyin the
unit combination,however,no single-subject,spe- Classhours:4 lecture,
culture,history,andliteratureof the Hispanicworld.
cial-interest class may be repeated.May require Prerequisite:Spanish 1, or Spanish1A and 1B,or Fourteenhoursof supplementalinstructionina Succorequisitesand/orprerequisitesbasedon the con- oneyearof high schoolSpanish.
cessCenterthat supportsthis courseis required.
tentof the course.
2208.00 TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
1105.00
(CANSPAN4) (CANSPANSEQA = SPAN1 +2)
Continuedsystematicpresentation
of languagepat- 4 IntermediateSpanish(4)
ternsandofthe underlyingculturalideasthatleadto Classhours:4 lecture.
(SPAN)
facility in the four basicskills: aural, oral, reading, Prerequisite."
Spanish3.
and writing. Readingselectionsintroducevarious TrensferCredit:CSU;UC.
1 ElementarySpanish(4)
aspectsofthelife andcultureof the Spanish-speak- Continued
reviewof basicgrammarandintroduction
Classhours:4 lecture,
ing peoples.Materialsdemonstratingculturaland tomoreelaborate
structuresofsyntaxandgrammar,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
historicaspects
furthersupplement
thetextbookand withemphasisoncomposition,
reading,anddiscus(CANSPAN2) (CANSPANSEQA = SPANI + 2)
are the basisfor additionaloralpractice.Fourteen signin Spanish.Studying
textsof moderate
difficulA systematicpresentation
of language
patternsand hoursof supplemental
instructionina Success
Cen- ty in the culture,history, and literatureof the
ofthe underlying
culturalideasthatleadto facilityin terthatsupportsthiscourseis required.Spanish
2 is Hispanicworld. Fourteenhoursof supplemental
thefourbasicskills:aural,oral,reading,andwriting, not recommended
for heritage(native)speakersof instructionin a SuccessCenterthat supportsthis
Readingselections
introduce
variousaspectsof the Spanish.
1105.00 courseis required.
1105.00
life andcultureof the Spanish-speaking
peoples.
Materials demonstratingcultural and historic 2A ElementarySpanish(2)
7 SurveyofHispanicLiterature:1100-1700(3)
aspectsfurthersupplement
thetextbookandarethe Classhours:2 lecture.
Classhours:3 lecture.
basisfor additionaloralpractice.Fourteenhoursof Prerequisite:Spanish 1, or Spanish1A and 1B, or Prerequisite."
Spanish4.
supplementalinstructionin a SuccessCenterthat oneyearof high schoolSpanish.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
supportsthis courseis required.This coursecorre- TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Chronological
survey,conducted
in Spanish,of the
spondsto the first year of high schoolSpanish. (CANSPAN4=SPAN2A+SPAN2B)
historyanddevelopment
of Spanishand SpanishSpanish1 is notrecommended
for heritage(native) (CANSPANSEOA = SPAN1 (or SPAN1A + 1B)+ Americanliterature,from 1100-1700.Providesfor
speakersof Spanish.
1105.00 SPAN2 (or SPAN2tl + 2B))
the continuation
of a comprehensive
studyof the
Continuedsystematic
presentation
of language
pat- Spanishlanguage,
thatpreparesstudentsfor upper1A ElementarySpanish(2)
ternsandof the underlyingculturalideasthatleadto divisionlanguagecourses.ReadingselectionsintroClasshours:21ecture.
facilityin the four basic skills: aural, oral, reading, duce aspects of the life and culture of the
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
and writing. Readingselectionsintroducevarious Spanish-speaking
peoples.
1105.00
(CANSPAN2= SPAN1A+ SPAN1B)
aspectsof thelifeandcultureof theSpanish-speak(CANSPANSEQA = SPAN1 (or SPAN1A + 1B)+ ing peoples.Materialsdemonstratingculturaland 8 SurveyofHispanicLiteralure:170g-Present
(3)
SPAN2(or SPAN2,4+2B)
historicaspectsfurthersupplement
thetextbookand Classhours:3 lecture.
A systematicpresentationof languagepatternsand are the basisfor additionaloral practice.Fourteen Prerequisite:Spanish4.
oftheunderlyingculturalideasthatleadtofacilityin hours ofsupplemental
instructionin a SuccessCen- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
thefourbasicskills:aural,oral,readin0,andwriting, terthatsupportsthiscourseis required.Spanish2A Chronological
survey,conductedin Spanish,of the
historyand development
of Spanishand Spanish-
SPANISH
CATALOG
2005-2006
158
/[]]Chaffey
College
Course
Descriptions
Americanliterature,from1700to the present. Providesfor the continuationof acomprehensive
study
of the Spanishlanguage,that preparesstudentsfor
upper-divisionlanguagecourses.Readingselections
introduceaspectsof thelifeandcultureofthe Spanish-speaking
peoples.
1105.00
11 Reading,WritingandGrammarfortheSpeaker
ofSpanish(4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Spanish4 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Designed
forthosewhospeakSpanish,butneedto
developskills of reading,writing,and grammar.
Coursealsopromotes
anawareness
of the heritage,
culture,andhistoryof theHispanic
world. 1105.00
12 Reading,WritingandGrammarlortheSpeaker
ofSpanish(4)
Classhours:4 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof Spanish4 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
Seecounselor,
Continued
systematicpresentation
of language
patterns peculiarto the needsof Spanishspeakers,
emphasizing
reading,writing,andgrammar.Course
alsopromotes
an awareness
of theheritage,
culture,
andhistoryof theHispanicworld.
1105.00
15 ElementarySpanishConversation
(2)
Classhours:2 lecture.
Prerequisite:Spanish1.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Practice
in oralandauralSpanishthroughmonologs
anddialogs,stressingcorrectspeechpatternsand
idiomatic
expressions.
Subjects
forextemporaneous
conversations
basedoneverydaysituations
andculturalevents.Maybe takentwice. Spanish15 is not
recommendedfor heritage (native) speakers of
Spanish.
1105.00
5 Development
of theTheatreII (3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
21)
Classhours:3 lecture.
460 SpanishfortheProfessions
(3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3 lecture.
Studyof the Westerntheatrefrom the seventeenth
An introduction
to Spanishfor peopleworkingwith throughthetwentiethcenturies.Emphasis
onhistorthe Spanish-speaking
publicin the followingareas: ical, philosophical,
and sociological
influenceson
health,business,law enforcement,and education, development
of thetheatre.Playsrepresentative
of
Maybetakentwicewithchangein topicemphasis,
eachperiodarereadanddiscussed.
1007.00
1105.00
10 Beginning
Acting(3)
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
7)
Classhours:3 lecture.
(STAT)
uc.
(CANDRAMS)
10 Elementary
Statistics(4)
Theoryof actingandactingtechniqueswithemphaClasshours:4 lecture,
sis onthe abilityto expressemotionandcharacter
Prerequisite:
Mathematics
25.
throughthe effectiveuse of voice,movementand
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
scriptanalysis.
Maybetakentwice.
1007.00
Seecounselor.
(CANSTAT2)
12 IntermediateActing(3)
Frequency
distribution,
measuresof centraltenden- (Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
40)
cy, measuresof variation,elementaryprobability Classhours:3 lecture.
theory,discreteand continuousrandom variables, Advisory.Completionof TheatreArts 10andconcurthebinomialdistribution,
thenormaldistribution,
the rent enrollmentin TheatreArts 30 or 40 is recomt-distribution,
estimation
of thepopulation
meanand mended.
proportion,
testinghypotheses,
analysis
of variance, TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
chi squareanalysis,linearregression
and correla- (CANDRAM22)
tion.MaybeofferedasanHonorscourse. 1701.00 In depth applicationof the techniquesexploredin
beginning
acting,withemphasison characterization
90A StatisticsHonorsSeminar(1)
andscenestudy.Maybetakentwice.
1007.00
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
14 StylizedActing(3)
Seecounselor.
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
41)
HonorscomponentforStatistics.Topicsof interest Classhours:3 lecture.
are chosenbythe instructorand students,
and are Advisory:Completionof TheatreArts 10 is recompresentedin a seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or mended.
corequisites
are required.Maybe takenfour times TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
withchangeintopicemphasis.
1701.00 Advancedactingtechniquesnecessaryfor dramaof
varioustypes: stylized,classic and modern.Some
workon dialectsasneededfor specificscenes.
1007.00
STATISTICS
THEATRE
ARTS(THEATRE)
gOASpanishHonorsSeminar(1)
Classhours:1 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit/imitations.
Seecounselor.
Honorscomponentfor Spanish.Topicsof interest
arechosenby the instructorandstudents,andare
presentedina seminarformat.Prerequisites
and/or
corequisites
are required.May betakenfour times
withchangeintopicemphasis.
1105.00
g2A-HSpecialTopics:Spanish(,5-6)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5,or 6 lecture,
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Seecounselor.
Specialinterestlectureclassfor studentswhoseek
furtherdevelopmentin specificareasof Spanishliteratureandextendedknowledge
ofthelanguage
and
culture.Variety of topics offeredwith particular
emphasis
determined
bytheinstructor;
seeschedule
of classesfor currenttermemphases.Maybetaken
four times,howevernosingle-subject,
special-interest,coursemayberepeated.Mayrequirecorequisitesand/orprerequisites
basedonthecontentof the
course.
dentenrolls.Maybetakenthreetimes,regardlessof
the unitcombination.
1105.00
1 Introduction
toTheatre(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
1)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANDRAM18)
Introduction
totheworldof theatrewithemphasis
on
the dramaticexperience,the typesof drama,contemporarytheatre,thephysicaltheatre,the rolesof
thedirectorandtheactor,thetechnicaltheatre,and
criticismandevaluationof theatre.
1007.00
16 PrinciplesofCostume
Designand
Production
(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
16)
(A/soavai/ab/e
asFashion
Design16)
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Businessandtechnical
aspectsof the theatrical
costume design process.Topics include:research,
design,sourcingof materials,budgets,andworking
relationships
betweenthedesigner,director,andthe
entireproductionteam.
1006.00
18 Seminarin TelevisionProduction:
2 StageMovement(3)
ActingTechniques
(3)
(Former/yTe/edramaticArtsand
Technology2)
(Former/yTe/edramaticArtsandTechno/ogy43)
(Available
also3
asDance
2)
Classhoure:3 lecture.
Classhours:
lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Advisory."Completionof TheatreArts 10 and 12,
Studyof physical
movementas it relatesto thebody and/or considerabletheatreor film backgroundis
onstage.Controlanduseof partsofthebody,move- recommended.
ment sequences,and consciousdevelopment
of
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
movementhabits.
1007.00 Techniques
neededto workbeforea camera,either
motion-pictureor television.May be takenfour
4 Development
of theTheatreI (3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
20)
g8A,B,C IndependentStudy:SpanishLiterature Classhours:3 lecture.
(1, 2, or3)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:1,2, or3 lecture.
Studyof the Westerntheatrefrom its beginning
in
Limitation on Enrollment:Instructor signature is GreecethroughElizabethan
drama.Emphasis
onhisrequiredfor registration,
torical,philosophical,
andsociological
influenceson
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations,
development
of the theatre.Playsrepresentative
of
Seecounselor.
Designedfor the capable,well-motivated
student, eachperiodstudiedarereadanddiscussed.1007.00
Studentexplores
anddevelops
a literaryproject.Student-instructoragreementas to the natureand
extentof theprojectmustbereachedbeforethestuCATALOG
2005-2006
Tra.sferCredit:
CSU,
1105.00
159
times.
1007.00
20 DirectingfortheStageI (3)
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
45A)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof TheatreArts 12and Theatre
Arts30, 40, 50,51 or 56 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
For advancedstudentswho wish to studyacting
froma directingstandpoint.
Preparesthestudentto
begindirecting.
1007.00
[_-_Chaffey College
Course
Descriptions
21 Directingfor the StageII (3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
45B)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory:Completionof TheatreArts 12andTheatre
Arts30, 40, 50,51 or56 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
For advancedstudentswho wish to study acting
from a directingstandpoint.Studentdirectsa productionfor publicpresentation.
1007.00
50 MainStageProduction
Workshop
I (3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
5OA)
Classhours:9 laboratory,
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Supervisedpracticalexperiencein the preparation
andperformance
of atheatricalproduction.Requires
participationin oneof the faculty-directed
productionsin eitheran actingor productionrole.Maybe
takenfourtimes.
1006.00
minedbythe instructor;seethescheduleof classes
for currenttermemphases.Maybe takenfourtimes
regardlessof the unitcombination,however,no single-subject,specialinterestclassmay be repeated.
May requireprerequisitesand/orcorequisitesbased
uponthecontentof thecourse.
1007.00
92LA-HSpecialTopicsLaboratory:
TheatreArts(.5-6)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
92LA-H)
30 TechnicalTheatre(3)
51 MainStageProduction
Workshop
II (3)
Classhours:1.5,3,4.5,6, 9, 12,15, or18 laboratory.
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
12)
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechnology
50B)
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcreditlimitations.
Classhours:2 lectureand3 laboratory.
Classhours:9 laboratory.
Specialinterestlaboratorycoursefor studentswho
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Advisory:Completionof TheatreArts 50 is recom- wishfurtherexploration
in specificareasoftheatre,
(CANDRAM12)
mended.
Topicsvaryandaredeterminedbytheinstructor;see
Thetheoryandpracticeof stagecraftincludingcon- TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
thescheduleof classesfor currenttermemphases.
structiontechniques,paintingproperties,rigging A continuation
of supervisedpracticalexperience
in Maybetakenfourtimesregardless
of the unitcornandlighting,sound,knowledgeof toolsandequip- thepreparation
andperformanceofa theatricalpro- bination,however,
nosingle-subject,
specialinterest
ment,shopsafety,andcomputerassisted
set-light- duction.Requiresparticipation
in oneof thefaculty- classmay be repeated.May requireprerequisites
ingandsounddesign.Maybetakenfourtimes,
directedproductions,in either an acting or a and/orcorequisites
baseduponthe contentof the
1006.00 productionrole.Maybetakenfourtimes. 1006.00 course.
1007.00
32 TheatreDesign- Lighting(3)
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
30)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory."Completionof TheatreArts 30 is recommended.
TransferCredit:CSU.
Processesfor theatricallighting design,including
script analysis,research, sketches, and critical
analysisof class projects.Developmentof basic
lightingdesignskillsthroughpracticalprojectsthat
stresscollaboration,
light and color manipulation,
craftskills,and computerlightingCADDcompetency. Artistic qualityand creativityare emphasized,
Maybetakentwice.
1006.00
34 TheatreDesign-Scenography
(3)
(Formerly
TeledramaticArts
andTechnology31)
Classhours:3 lecture.
Advisory: Completionof TheatreArts 30 is recommended.
TransferCradit:CSU.
Processesfor theatrical,scenicdesign,including
script analysis, research,sketches,simple hand
drafting,scalemodels,andcriticalanalysisof class
projects.Development
of basicscenicdesignskills
throughpracticalprojectsthat stresscollaboration,
composition,mood,color manipulation,and cornputer-assisteddrawinganddrafting(CADD)competency.Artisticqualityandcreativityareemphasized.
Maybetakentwice.
1006.00
40 StageCostuming
(3)
(Formerly
Te/edramaticArts
andTechnology
13)
Classhours:2 lectureand3 laboratory,
TransferCradit:CSU;UC.
Theoryandapplicationof costumedesignandconstructionfortheatre.Research,
principles
of design,
andconstruction
techniques.Membersof the class
constructallcostumes
necessary
for thesemester's
theatrical
production.
Mayhetakenthreetimes.
1006.00
42 TheatricalMakeup(3)
Classhours:3
(Formerly
Teledramatic
lecture,
ArtsandTechnology
14)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
(CANDRAM14)
Introductiontothetheory,design,andapplication
of
makeupforthetheatre,includingcorrective,
character, and non-realistic.Practicaluse of theatrical
makeupmaterialsfor the varioustheatricalforms.
1006.00
CATALOG
2005-2006
54 SummerRepertory(3)
98LA,B,CIndependent
StudyLaboratory:
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
51)
. TheatreArts(1, 2, or3)
Classhours:9 laboratory.
(Formerly
Te/edramatic
ArtsandTechno/ogy98LA,
B,C)
TransferCredit:CSU;UC.
Classhours:3, 6, or9 laboratory.
All aspectsof theatreproduction,includingfunda- Limitation on Enrollment:/nstructor signature is
mentalsof playproduction,stagemanagement,
cos- requiredforregistration.
tume, publicity,settings,properties,make-up,and TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
acting.Applicationofthesefundamentalsculminates
Seecounselor.
in dramaproductions
presentedasa partof thecol- Designed
for thecapableandwell-motivated
student
legeTheatreArtsDepartment
programfor thepublic, who wishesto pursuea specialareaof theatre,or a
Givesinterestedcommunityadults,as wellas regu- moreadvanced
projectin theatrethan is offeredin
lar collegestudents,an opportunityto participatein the regularprogram.Studentswho participates
in
thedramaprogram.Maybetakenfourtimes,
this programmust have completedintroductory
1006.00 coursesor haveshownaskillgreaterthanthatnecessaryfor completionof the classofferings.The
56 Children'sTheatre(4) [Cx]
natureandextentoftheprojectmustbedetermined
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology52)
bythe studentanda memberoftheTheatreArtsstaff
Classhours:3 lecture;3 laboratory,
beforethe studentregistersfor the class,sincethe
TransferCredit:CSU.
extentof the projectdeterminesthe numberof units
Selectionand presentationof a play for childrenat allowed.May be takentwice, regardlessof the unit
theelementary
orjuniorhighlevel.Maybetakenfour combination.
1007.00.
times.
1006.00
427 ComputerAidedDesignfor Setand Interior
60 Seminar:Acting(3)
Design(3)
(Former/yTe/edramaticArtsandTechno/ogySOA) (Former/yTe/edramaticArtsandTechno/ogy427)
Classhours:3 lecture.
(Alsoavailable
asInteriorOesign
427)
Limitationon Enrollment:Consentof instructor is
Classhours:3 lecture.
requiredprior to registration.
Advisory."Basicfamiliarity with Macintoshor WinTransferCredit:CSU;UC.
dowscomputersis recommended.
Seminarforactorswho havecompleted
severalact- Computeraideddesignusingprofessional
software,
ingcoursesorwho havehadextensive
stagetraining suchas AutoCAD,Rivit,Architectural
Desktop,and
throughparticipation
in publicperformances.
Offers ArchiCAD.Floorplans,furniturelayouts,elevations,
the actor an opportunityto examineand perform lightingplans,3-D perspectives,
andrenderings.
Use
playsnot normallyofferedin the regularprogram, of variousprintersand plotters.May be taken3
Maybetakenfourtimes.
1007.00 times.
1006.00
64 HistoryofCostume
(3) [Cx]
(Formerly
Teledramatic
ArtsandTechnology
22)
V I_...
(Available
alsoasArt64)
A== KM
Classhours:3 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU.
(SEERADIOLOGIC
TE¢HNOLOGY)
Originandevolutionof costumefrom primitivesocietytothetwenty-firstcentury.Evaluation
of aesthetof costume
JC,
technical,
andtheirrelation
sociological,
andtopsychological
moderndress.Stufactors
dentmaynotreceivecreditfor bothTheatre64 and
Art 64.
1007.00
ZOOLOGY
(SEEBIOLOGY)
92A-H SpecialTopics:TheatreArts (.5-6)
(Former/yTe/edramaticArtsandTechno/ogy92A-H)
Classhours:.5, 1, 1.5,2, 3, 4, 5or 6 lecture.
TransferCredit:CSU;UCcredit limitations.
Specialinterestlecturecourseforstudents
whowish
furtherexploration
inspecificareasoftheatre,radio,
television,
film,ordance.Topicsvaryandare deter-
160
I[]1Chaffey Cotiege
i
COLLEGE
PERSONNEL
GOVERNING
BOARD
s. Craig Justice
Dean, Instructional
Gary L. George
Programs and Services
President
A.A., Mira Costa College, Oceanside
B.A., University of California, San Diego
M.A., San Diego State University
Katie Roberts
Ph.D., University of California,
Bruce Cook
Sharlene
Director, Facilities, Operations, and
Director, Disability Programs
Engineering Services
B.S., University of Arizona
and Services
B.A., Andrews University
M.S., Butler University
Elizabeth
Riverside
Coria
Susan Stewart
Supervisor, Cashier's Office
B.A., Whittier College
Vice President
Stephen W. Menzel
Paul J. Gomez
Clerk
Vice President, Administrative Services
B.S., Pennsylvania State University
M.S., California State University,
Kathleen Brugger
Northridge
Director, Student Activities
B .A., M.A., San Diego State University
Jenny Dannelley
Director, Transfer Center and
Anita Undercoffer
Director, Budgeting Services
A.S., Chaffey College
B.A., M.B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Member
Robert Olivera
Lee C.
Member
Associate Dean, PE/Athletics
B.A., M.A., La Veme College
International Student Programs
A.A., Chaffey College
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.B.A., University of LaVerne
McDongai
Paul Parnell
Kimberly Erickson
Dean, School of Social and Behavioral
Sciences
Supervisor, Accounting Services
A.A., Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut
B.S., University
ADMINISTRATION
B.S., U.S. Air Force Academy
M.A., Ball State University
Ph.D., Oregon State University
Marie Kane
Inge Pelzer
Superintendent and President
B.A., University of Texas, Austin
M.A., Lamar University, Texas
Ph.D., Arizona State University, Tempe
SuperintendentPresident
B.A., Ph.D., University of California,
Riverside
Weili Wang
Student
Trustee/ASCC
President
Robert H. Bell
Vice President, Student Services
B.A., M.A., University of Redlands
Ed,D., Univeristy ef the Pacific
Lawrence
G. Buckley
Dean, Visual, Performing,
and Communication Arts
A.A., MacCormac College
Elizabeth
of
Cipres
Monica F.
Associate Professor, Education
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Alger, Ardon H.
Michael Fink
Director, Technical Services
B.A., M.B.A., California Baptist University
Professor, Photography
B.A., Chapman College
M.F.A., Claremont Graduate School
Associate Dean, LibraryLearning
Resources
A.B., University of California, Riverside
M.A., University of Redlands
Sandy Hardie
AIgozer, Sharon A.
Director, Alumni Affairs
B.A., University of California. Irvine
M.A., California State University,
Professor, Interior Design
A.B., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.L.S., University of California,
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
B .S., Woodbury College, Los Angeles
M.A., University of California, Riverside
Chris Willis
Supervisor,
Frank Pinkerton
Dean, School of Business
B.A., M.A.,
Ph.D., University
Hawaii,
Marion
FACUtTY
Alexander,
of Redlands
James
Fillpot
Director, Institutional Research
B.A., M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Executive Assistant to the
Smith
David Jones
and Applied
Cafeteria Operations
'
Technology
B.S., Youngstown State University, Ohio
Frank
M.A., San Jose State University
A.A., Riverside
H.
Associate Professor, Theatre Arts
B.S., City University of New York
M.A., State University of New York,
Juarez
Supervisor,
Ali, Kenshaka
Operations
Community
College
Stony Brook
Dean, M.S.,
Counseling
and State
Matriculation
B.S.,
California
University,
Pamela Lewis
Alvarez, Jo Anna
Pullo,on
MANAGEMENT
DirectorCurator,
Museum Gallery
B.A., University of California,
Assistant Professor, Communication
A.A., Mt. San Antonio
Earl Davis
Lisa Bailey
Los Angeles
M.F.A., California
Vice President, Business Services
Executive Director, Human Resources
B.A., Loyola-Marymount
University
Ciriaco Pinedo
Community College
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
A.A., Chaffey College
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
Terrence Giugni
Cecilia Carrera
Ed.D., University of La Verne
Dean, School of Mathematics
and Science
Director, Admissions,
Registration
Sherrie Gnerrero
Director, Marketing
Arts
Lithography
Anderson, James
David Ramirez
Margaret Cartwright
Director, Public Safety
B.S., University of La Veme
and Public Relations
J.D., University of La Veme College of Law
Karen Sanders
FullertonM'A"
California State University,
University, Pomona
M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Ed.D., University of Southern California
Eunice Clark
Linda Uowdyshell
Director, Auxiliary Services
Interim Assistant Dean, Student Services
B.A., California Baptist University,
Riverside
M .A., University of Redlands
Professor, Broadcasting
B.S., M.Ed., Wayne State University
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Aranda, Patrick
Associate Professor, Music
B.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
M.M., California State University,
Fullerton
Melanie Siddiqi
Vice President, Instruction
B.S., M.A., Central Michigan University
Ph.D., Michigan State University
CATALOG
2005-2006
Professor, Industrial Electricity
A.S., Charley College
Services
A.A., Riverside Community College
B.A., California State Polytechnic
B.A.,Bernardino
San
California State University,
AIves, Elmano
B.S., University of Phoenix
M.B.A., University of Phoenix
Max erieto
Supervisor,
B.A., University ofLa Verne
Dean, School of Language
Executive Director, Foundation
Alumni Affairs Officer
B.A., St. John's Seminary College
Records, and
B.S., California Polytechnic
State University, San Luis Obispo
Ph.D., University of California, lrvine
Institute for the Arts
Studies
Director, Administrative Systems
A.A., Chaffey College
B.A., University of La Veme
161
[_ Chaffey College
College
Personnel
Arner, Timothy D.
Brouwer, Jeffrey
Professor, Math Success Center
B.A., University of California,
Santa Barbara
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.A., California State University,
San Marcos
M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
M.A., University
Santa Barbara
Anrouze, Gary W.
Brown, Baron
Professor, Philosophy
B.A., University of California, Riverside
M.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
Associate Professor,
Administration of Justice
B .S., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
M.P.A., University of La Verne
"
of California,
Ausubel, Jonathan
Professor, English
B.A., M.A., University of Toronto, Canada
Ph.D., University of Delaware
Baiz, Robert
Professor, Physical Education
B.A., California State University,
Fullerton
M.A.,Azusa Pacific University
Brusselle, Thierry
Associate Professor, Business and
Business Management
B.S., M.B-A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Burks, Sidney
Associate Professor, Automotive Technology
B.A., San Diego State College
M.A., San Diego State University
Bartell, Susan
Clay, Sandra
Denton, D. Suzanne
Associate Professor, Vocational Nursing
B.S., M.S.N., University of Phoenix
Professor, Food Service Management
Registered Dietitian
B.A., Loma Linda University
Cobos,
Rose A.
Professor, Biological Sciences
A.B., University of California,
M.A., Chapman
Santa Barbara
M.S., California State University,
Fullerton
Assistant Professor, Biological Science
B.A., M .S., California State University,
San Bernardino
Deschamps,
Associate Professor, Biological Science
B.S., M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Associate Professor, Accounting
B.S., University of San Diego
M.S., San' Diego State University
Colondres,
Des Lauriers,
Donna
Professor, Counseling
A.A., El Camino College
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
Ph.D., Pepperdine University
Cosand, Diana
Associate Professor, Biological Science
B.S., M.S., California State University,
Fullerton
Cargill, Charles
Baty, Russell
Carlson, Robert A.
Associate Professor, Aeronautics
A.A., Chaffey College
B.S., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Florida
Professor, Autobody Repair
Community College Instructor Credential
Computer Laboratory
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Carlton,
Creasy Valdez, Dorothea
Best, Cecilia T.
Associate Professor,
Multidisciplinary
Center
B.A., Wright State University, Ohio
M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Boyd, Marie
Associate Professor, Reference Librarian
B.A., Merrimack College
M.S., University of Southern California
Boboye, Jackie
Assistant Professor, Counseling
B.A., M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Robert G.
William E.
Professor, Resource Specialist,
Disability Programs and Services
B.A., M.A., San Jose State University
M.A., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
Carter,
Associate
Monica L.
Professor, Political Science
B.A., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Associate Professor,
Computer Information Systems
A.A., Victor Valley College
B .A., San Diego State University
M.A., California State University,
San Bemardino
Brewer-Calvillo,
Judy
Professor, Child Development
B.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
M.S., University of La Verne
Urindell, Kathleen
Professor, History
B.A., Scripps College
M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
CATALOG
2005.2006
De Villers, Linda
Professor, Psychology
B.A., University of Colorado
M.A., California State University,
Sacramento
Ph.D., University of Windsor, Canada
E.
Professor, Counseling
A.B., M.S., San Diego State University
Associate Professor,
Multidisciplinary
Center
B.A., M.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Crow,
Leonard
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo
M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Professor, Counseling
B.A., California State University,
Northridge
M.S., California State University,
LosAngeles
Dinielli, Michael
Professor, English
13.A., University of Connecticut
M.A., California State University,
Long Beach
Dowd, Michelle
Associate Professor, English
B.A., Pitzer College
M.A., University of Colorado
Downie, Virginia
Professor, Communication Studies
13.A., M.A., California State University,
Northridge
Davis, Deborah
Cheatle, Medina
Braxton, David
Dale A.
Professor, Biological Sciences
B.A., California State University,
Fullerton
M.A., University of California, Riverside
Diaz, Ricardo
Professor, Health Science
Creel, Gregory J.
Carrick,
Michael
Cox, Beverly
Associate
Professor, History
13.A., University of Santa Clara
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Nicole
Collins, Sandra
Associate Professor, Dental Assisting
A.A., San Jose City College
B.VE., California State University,
San Bernardino
Professor, Anthropology
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
DeRose,
University, Orange
Professor, Physics
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.S., San Jose State University
Professor, Child Development
B.A., Wellesley College
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
deDobay, Thomas
R.
Chen,
Abel
Assistant Professor, Business
B.A., California State University,
Professor, Music
B .A., University of Wisconsin
Mus.M., lndiana University
Ph.D., University of Southern California
Northridge
J.D., Whittier College School of Law
Decker, Catherine
Christian, Gina A.
Associate Professor, Hotel/Food Service
Management
13.S., California State University,
Long Beach
Clarke, Jr., Orville
Professor, Art History
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Professor, English
B.A., LaSalle University
M .A., Ph.D., University of Rochester,
New York
Delgado, Ruth
Assistant Professor, Counseling
13.A., Pitzer College, Claremont
M.A., University of La Verne
162
Duno, Douglas
Professor, Spanish
B.A., California State University,
Fullerton
M.A., Ph.D., University of California,
Riverside
Dunwoody, Verajean
Professor, Psychology
B.A., M.A., California State College,
san Bernardino
DuPee, Caroline
Assistant Professor, Associate Degree
Nursing
B.S.N., Azusa Pacific University
M.S.N., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
[_]Chaffey
College
College
Personnel
Dutton, Andrea
Professor, Radiologic
Technology
Frazin, Alexander
Herman,
Assistant
Professor, Nursing
Assistant
B.S.N., Lewis University
M.S., Azusa Pacific University
B.A., Pacific Union College, Angwin
M.A., University of California, Riverside
Jenkins,
Professor, Accounting
Susan
Jenkins,
Community College Instructor Credential
B.V.E., M.Ed.. California State University,
San Bernardino
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Registered Radiologic Technologist,
Fuller, Bonita L.
Hermlndez,
American Registry
Certified Radiologic Technologist,
State of California
Professor, Disability Programs and Services
B.A., Westmont College, Santa Barbara
M.S., California State University,
Fullerton
Professor, Counseling
B.A., M.A., LaVeme College
Gil, Gustavo
B.S.N., University of Nebraska
M.N., University of Washington
Professor, Music
B.A., Pomona College
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Eisberg, Joann
Associate Professor, Astronomy
A.B., Harvard University
M.Phil., Cambridge University
Ph.D., Harvard University
Gomez, Sergio
EIsdon, Rodney
Greene, Timothy A.
Professor, Mathematics
Professor, History
Associate Professor, Sociology
B.A., M .A., California State University,
Fullerton
Berkeley
Davis
B.A., University of California, lrvine
M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine
Encinas, Karen
Oadaway, Robert
Associate Professor, PhysicalEducation
B.S., M.Ed., Azusa Pacific University
Assistant Professor, English
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.A., Ph.D., University of California,
Riverside
Charles
L.
Professor, Physics
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.A., University of Southern California
Erkebaev, E. Alec
Haddad,
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.S., Leningrad Polytechnic Institute
Associate Professor, Photography
B.A., California State University,
Hope, Laura
Ph.D., Moscow University of People's
Friendship
Northridge
M.F.A., California State University,
Fullerton
B.A.,
M.A., California State University,
San Beruardino
Eskew, Benjamin
Kathleen
E.
Professor, English
B.A., M.A., University of Texas, El Paso
Falcioni, Ryan
Assistant Professor, Philosophy
B.A., University of California, Riverside
M.A., Biola University
Professor, Business and
Office Technologies
A.A., B.A., M.A.,
Kerr, James J.
Associate Professor, Computer
Information Systems CISCO
A.S., Chaffey College
B.S., M.S., Embry-Riddle
University, Florida
Aeronautical
A.A., San Beruardino Valley College
B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
B.S., Chapman College
University, Long Beach
State University, San Jose
Renee
Hyams, maureen
Khaw-eosthuma,
Professor, Vocational Nursing
B.S.N., Hunter College Bellevue
School of Nursing
Associate Professor, English
B.A., University of Hawaii
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Los Angeles
Ikeda, Robin
Koenigshofer,
Harlow, Jeff
Professor, Biological Sciences
B.A., M.A., University of California,
Riverside
Professor, Psychology
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of
California, Riverside
Rachel
Assistant Professor, Spanish
B.A., Indiana University
M.A., University of California,
Fitzpatrick,
Hegeman, Tracy C.
Flores, Christine
Ph.D., Boston College, Massachusetts
M.S., California
Professor, Nursing
Associate Professor, Physical Education
B.S., M.Ed., Azusa Pacific University
Assistant Professor, Psychology
B.A., Claremont McKenna College
M.A., Claremont Graduate University
Keenan, Catherine
Professor, Chemistry
B.S., Rosary Hill College, Snyder,
New York
Hagin, Oianne i.
A.B., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.S.L.S., California State University,
Fullerton
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Maria
Madison
Ketchum,
Hanna,
Librarian
Karp, David
Associate Professor, Business
B.S., Illinois State University
M.S., University of Wisconsin,
J.D., Loyola Law School
Professor, Nursing
ADN: R.N., Golden West College
MPH: CNS, BSN: MSN, California State
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of
California, Riverside
Priscilla
Berkeley
Outte, Carol
Professor, Mathematics
Professor, Reference
M.S.W., University of California
Assistant Professor, Reference Librarian
B .A., University of California,
Santa Barbara
B.S., M.S., California State University,
Dominguez Hills
Fernandez,
Professor, English as a Second Language
B.A., University of Pennsylvania
M.S.Ed., California State University,
Fullerton
M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health
Henderson State University, Arkansas
Associate
Fay, John
Joy
Karet, Julia
Professor, English
Hultgren,
Larry G.
Associate Professor, Aeronautics
Haerens,
Professor, Theatre Arts
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
Hodge, Cheryl R.
Associate Professor, Certified Nursing
Assistant
A.S., Riverside Community College
B.S., University of Phoenix
Hollenbeek,
Professor, Fashion and Costume Design
M.A., California State University,
Long Beach
A.
Johnson, Catherine E.
Hodge, Deckard
A.A., Napa Valley College
B.A., University of California,
M.S., University of California,
Theodore
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.A., University of Oregon
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Hindman, Barbara
Professor,Nursing
Eckvahl, Shelley
Associate Professor, Vocational Nursing
A.S., Rio Hondo College
B.S.N., University of Phoenix
Joe D.
Tamari L.
Professor, Spanish
Associate Professor, Computer
Information Systems
B.S., M.B.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
V.
Bonnie
Kenneth A.
Jacobo, Daniel
Konovnitzine,
Associate Professor, Broadcasting
B.A., University of California, Riverside
M.F.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
Associate Professor, Geography
B.A., M.A., Califoruia State University,
Los Angeles
Jacobson,
Erik
Peter
Koyle, Ronald
Professor, Counseling, EOPS
B.A., California State Polytechnic
Professor, Computer Information Systems
Associate Professor, Theatre Arts
B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz
Professor, Drafting
B.S., Brigham Young University
M.A., California State University,
University, Pomona
B .S., M.A., California State University,
M.A., California State University,
Long Beach
M.S.W., University of Southern California
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
LaMay, Julie
Fong, Michael R.
Henry, Annette
Jenkins, Michele
Professor, Anthropology
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., California State University,
Hayward
Associate Professor, Physical Education
B.A., M .A.,
California State University, Chico
Associate Professor, Dance
B.S., Utah State University
M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Associate Professor, English
B.A., M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Ph.D., The Union Institute, Cincinnati
CATALOG
200S-2006
Helfand, Terri E.
163
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College
College
Personnel
Lightner,
Catherine
Martin,
Woodford
Navarette,
D. Lynn
Olivera-LaVallee,
Melanie
Professor, Nursing
A.A., Chaffey College
Professor, Computer Information Systems
B.A., California Baptist College, Riverside
Associate Professor, Sociology
B.A., California State Polytechnic
Associate Professor, Reading
B.A., M.A., University of LaVeme
B.S., M.S., Azusa Pacific University
M.A., Pepperdine University
University, Pomona
M.A., California State University,
Osgood,
Linn-Watson,
McCall, Arlene t.
Fullerton
Associate
Professor, Radiologic Technology
B.S., University of Redlands
Professor, Physical Education
B.S., California State University,
Navaroli,
M.Ed., University of LaVerne
Registered Radiologic Technologist,
American Registry
Certified Radiologic Technologist,
States of California and Montana
Los Angeles
M.S., Washington
Pullman
Registered Diagnostic Medical
Sonographer, American Registry
Loomis, Daniel
TerriAnn
Professor, History
B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
M.A., California
Fullerton
Lowman, Judy Ann
Technologies
B.S., University of Pittsburgh
Cindy
Assistant Professor, Accounting
B.S., California State University,
San Bernardino
Certified Public Accountant
M.A., State University of New York
Associate Professor, Biological Science
B.S., California State University,
Long Beach
Nazar, Robert
M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Ph.D., University of California,
Fullerton
Paplanus,
Neece, Cheryl
Associate Professor, Nursing
B.S.N., University of Texas
M.S.N., California State University,
State University,
Padgett,
Riverside
Bret
Associate Professor, English
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Professor, Economics
Professor, Reading
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
M.A., Ph.D., University of California,
B.A., Biola University
M.A., California State University,
Bernardino
Lisa
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B .A., University of California, Riverside
McClure, Carol
MeMurran,
State University,
Joanne
Professor, Business and Office
Susan
Long Beach
San
Parker, Cynthia M.
Riverside
Ngo, Boysie
Associate Professor, Economics
B.A., M.B.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Professor, Geology
B.S., Southern Illinois University
McPherson,
B .S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.S., California State University,
Professor, Cooperative Education
B.A., M.S., California State University,
Los Angeles
B.A., Lake Forest College, Illinois
M .A., Loyola University of Chicago
M.A., Claremont Graduate School
Miller, Cynde
Nguyen, Sylvia A.
B.A., Colgate-Rochester
Baptist
Missionary Training School
Assistant Professor. Studio Art
B.EA., California Institute of Arts
M.EA., University of California, Irvine
Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
B.S., M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
B.S., M.A., Certificate,
Pacific Oaks College
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Molina, Monica
Nobile, Vincent
Pender, Karen L.
Associate Professor, Counseling
B.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.S., California State University,
San Bemardino
Professor, History
B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Ph.D., University of California, lrvine
Professor, Mathematics
B.A., California State University,
Long Beach
M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Kenneth
W.
Professor, Computer Information
Systems
Los Angeles
Lyman, Karen
Professor, Sociology
B .A., Humboldt State University, Arcata
M.A., University of California, Riverside
Ph.D., University of Southern California,
Los Angeles
MacDonald,
Heather A.
Associate Professor, Nursing
B .S., California State University, Fullerton
B.S.N., Loma Linda University
M.S.N.
Beach
California
Madden,
State Un!versity, Long
Peggy A.
Professor, English
A.B., M.A., University of California,
Santa Barbara
Irma
Associate Professor,
Radiologic Technology
A.S., Chaffey College
Maleki, Wendy
Associate Professor,
Certified Nursing Assistant
A.S., Edison State Community
B .S., Franklin University
M.S., Wright State University
Marcotte,
College
Linda
Associate Professor, Child Development
B.S., M.S., University of La Verne
Melvin
Associate Professor, Vocational Nursing
B.S.N., California State University,
San Bemardino
M.S.N., University of California,
Los Angeles
Penny B.
Professor, Fashion Merchandising
and Design
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo
M.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
CATALOG
2005.2006
Professor, Philosophy
B.S., Brentwood College, New York
M.A., St. Michael's College, Vermont
Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Oakdale,
Associate
Mary Ellen
Joyce
Pennett, Kyle
Professor, English as a Second Language
B.A., M.S., California State University,
Fullerton
Phipps-Smith,
Professor, Chemistry
Assistant
Charmaine
Professor,
B.S., New York State University
English as a Second Language
B.S., Northeastern Illinois University
Ph.D., Loyola University, Illinois
B.A., California State University,
Stanislaus
M.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Professor, Business and Office
Technologies
B.S., Bloomsburg State College,
Pennsylvania
M.S., California State Polytechnic
Associate
University, Pomona
B.A., M.S., University of LaVerne
Preble, Kipp
Mora, Maria
Okura,
Assistant Professor, Counseling, EOPS
B.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.S., California State University,
Professor, Resource Specialist,
Disability Programs and Services
B.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
Professor. Communication Studies
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Northridge
San Bernardino
M.A.. California
LOs Angeles
Oduwole,
Toks
Professor, Counseling,
EOPS
Irene
State University,
Raithel, Janice C.
Professor, Art
B.A., University of Missouri
M.F.A., Claremont Graduate School
Moser, Jeff
Associate
Marino,
Joanna P.
Professor, Child Development
O'Neill, Maura
Moncrieff,
Montgomery,
Magnelli,
Payne-Jones,
Professor, Counseling,Athletics
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.S., California State University,
San Bernardino
Oliva, Victor R., Jr.
Reid, Patricia
Professor, Counseling
B.A., M.S., California State University,
Hayward
Assistant Professor, African
American History
B.A., California State University,
Bernardino
M.A., University of Iowa
Olivera, Cathy D.
Mundy, Linda
Associate Professor, Dental Assisting
A.S., Citrus College
B.V.E., California State University,
Professor, Resource Specialist, Disability
Programs and Services
B.A., University of LaVeme
M.A., California State University,
Long Beach
San Bernardino
164
San
Requa, Marylee
Professor, Sociology
B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
M.A., University of California,
21Chaffey
San Diego
College
College
Personnel
Rivas, Henry
Snyder, Paula
'roister, Robert
Warger, Jane
Associate Professor, Correctional Science
B.A., M.A, California State University,
Los Angeles
Associate Professor, Sociology
B.A., University of California, Riverside
M.A., California State University,
San Bemardino
Ph.D., Howard University, Washington D.C.
Professor, Mathematics
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
M.S., Ph.D., University of California,
Riverside
Associate Professor,
GeologyEarth
Science
B.A., Vassar College
M .A., Columbia University
M.A., State University of New York
Spears, Bonnie
Tom, Wesley W.
Watkins,
Professor, English
B.A., Purdue University
M.A., Western Illinois University
Professor, Mathematics
A.B., University of California, Berkeley
M.A., San Francisco State University
Assistant Professor, English
B.A., University of California, Irvine
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate
Stanford,
Tschirgi, Roger
Roberts, Philip
Assistant
Professor, Physical Education
B.S., Kansas State University
M.S., Northwest Missouri State University
Rodriguez,
Juan A.
Professor, English as a Second Language
B.A., University of St. Thomas, Houston
M.A., Sam Houston State University
Ph.D., The Union for Experimenting
College and Universities, Cincinnati, Ohio
University
William E.
Professor, Music
B.M., University of Redlands
M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Professor, Counseling
B.A., M.S., California State University,
Los Angeles
Starr, Susan
Assistant
Professor, Counseling
B.A., Westmont College
M.A., Azusa Pacific College
B.A., California
Beach
M.S., California
San Bernardino
Roebuck, Alan
Associate
Uribe, Hermelinda
Professor, Mathematics
B.S., M.A., University of California,
Los Angeles
Rose, Eva K.
Professor, Communication
Studies
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Ross, Mary Jane
Associate
Professor,
Nell
Stetkevich,
(Amy)
Professor, Counseling,
Weingartner,
Judith
Assistant Professor, Reading
B.S., Central Connecticut State College
M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University
EOPS
State University,
Long
State University,
Weisbard,
Judy
Associate Professor, Dental Assisting
A.S., Pima Community College
B.S., MPA, University of Arizona
Orest
Utsler_
Melissa A.
Assistant Professor, English
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Professor, Athletics, Disability Programs
and Services
M.A., Chapman College
Stratton, Sean
Wilding, Byron L.
Professor, Art
A.B., M.F.A., University of California,
San Diego
Multidisciplinary
Center
B.A., M.A., Pepperdine University,
Malibu
Associate Professor, English
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Northridge
Vadnais, Lisa A.
Williams, Charles
Associate Professor, Child Development
B.S., M.S., University of LaVeme
Assistant Professor, English
B.A., M.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Rundqnist,
Syrop, Mitchell
Valdez, Daniel B.
Professor, Art
B.F.A., Pratt Institute
M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
B.S., M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
Ta, Tuyet
Van Riper, Maggie
Associate Professor, Psychology
Professor, Mathematics
B.A., University of Saigon, Viet Nam
Professor, Counseling
M.A., Claremont Graduate
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Los Angeles
B.S., M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
M.S., California State University,
Fullerton
Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Robert
Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary
Writing Center
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
M.A.. University of Southern California
Sadowski, Angela
Schildberg,
Jeane. A.
Assistant Professor, Political Science
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles
M.A., University of Southern California
Scott, Wanda S.
Tardiff, Michelle
Associate Professor, Computer
Information Systems
Professor, Business and Office
Technologies
B.S., University of Redlands
M.S., University of Phoenix
A.S., Chaffey College
Vitzelio, Tommie
Assistant Professor,
Multidisciplinary Center
Associate Professor, Nursing
B.S.N., M.S.N., California State
University, Dominguez Hills
Serrano, Maria
Associate Professor, Counseling
A.S., Pasadena City College
B.A., M.S., California State University,
Los Angeles
Woods, Oarcel
Vizio, Margaret
M.A., University of La Verne
Professor, Mathematics
M.S., M.A., M.S., California
University, Fullerton
B.A., Pitzer College, Pomona
M.A., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
State
Walker, Cindy M.
Thomas, Vanessa
Associate
Associate Professor, Business
Administration
B.A., University of Oregon
Multidisciplinary
Center
B.A., California State University,
Northridge
M.B.A., University of Phoenix
M.A., California
San Bernardino
State University,
Wall, Jacqueline
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Sacramento
Associate Professor, Computer
Information Systems
Silliman, Rachel
Tjandra, Sariwan
B.A., DePaul University
M.B.A., University of Phoenix
Professor, English as a Second Language
A.B., Silliman University, Philippines
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Associate Professor, Chemistry
B.A., M.S., Southern Illinois University
Ph.D., University of California, Riverside
CATALOG
2005-2006
Associate Professor, CorrectionalScience
B.A., California State University,
Fullerton
165
Yazigi, Wafa
Professor, Mathematics
B.S., New Mexico State University
M.A., Mankato State University
M.S., University of Washington
Professor,
Associate Professor, Computer
Information Systems, Networking
Steven B.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
B.S., California State Polytechnic
University, San Lois Obispo
M.S., California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona
A.A., Riverside Community College
B.A., M.A., California State University,
Fullerton
Tirado, Victoria
AssociateProfessor, Spanish
Siedschlag,
Witt, Robin
Professor, English
Tavakoli, Mohammad
Seol, Sara
M.
Associate Professor, Counseling
A.A., Chaffey College
B.A., University of California, Riverside
M.A., California State University
San Bernardino
School
Tang, Pak
Professor, Computer Information Systems
B.A., M.B.A., California State University,
San Bernardino
Wilson, Katherine
Zmudka, Cathy
Assistant Professor, Certified Nursing
Assistant
A.A.,A.S.,
San Bernardino Valley College
]BChaffey
College
College
Personnel
CHILDRENrS
CENTER
Ary-De Rozza, Raquel R.
B.A., Pitzer College
M.A., Pacific Oaks College
Grau, Josephine
A.A., Chaffey College
Preston, Jean
A.A.,SanBemardinoValleyCollege
Certification in Gerontology,
California, Riverside
University of
Wasson, Sharon
A.A..ChaffeyCollege
ADJUNCT
FACULTY
In addition to the regular full-time
faculty,
contract
thereare ineachschoolqualified
Bartell,
E.
History, Donald
Social Science
ChUds,
Biology Henry E.
Flory,
EnglishVera E.
Bartell, Mary N.
Counseling
Clark, Pearl E.
Dean of Students
Flum, Arthur E.
Mathematics
Beardwood, George B.
Mathematics, Surveying
Clements,
English
Frank, Marie G.
Home Economics
Becks, Richard E.
Biology, Botany
Colbath, George C.
Physical Education
Frost, John S.
Electronics
Benjamin, Beverly
Child Development
Contino, Sam
Automotive Technology
Fuller, Douglas
Court Reporting
Berger, Gordon
Cook, June
Gable, William
Business and Office
Technologies
Physical Education
N.
Vocal Music
Bixler, David
Biological Science, Geography
adjunct instructors who come from industry, business and other educational
institu-
tions
to givetalents
Chaffey
College aadiversified
faculty
with many
to support
program of offerings demanded and
expected of a community
college.
FACULTY
EMERITUS
Aanstad, Lloyd A.
Aeronautics
Abbott, Anthony
Counselor
Blair, John W.
English
Blakeslee, S. Earle
Music
Davis, Robert L.
Boring, Eugene B., Jr.
Biological Sciences
Agos, Louise
Dean,
Business and Applied
Technology
Boul, Mary
Nursing
Arner, Rodney D.
Mathematics
Bajcer, Libby
Industrial Sewing
Barreca,
English
Geiger, C. Fred
Chemistry
Geisel, Joseph W.
Data Processing
Dawson, Katherine
Gentile, Louis J.
Business
Bowers, Miriam
Librarian
H.
Briot, Francios
French
Brookins,
English
Dawson, Sandra A.
Gibbens, Loretta
English, English as a Second
Vocational Nursing
Language
des Lauriers, James R.
Biological Sciences
Gingrich,
Reading
Dickey, Marlin L.
Geology
Glenn, Elmer F.
Mathematics
Dysart, Russell D.
Geology, Mineralogy
Gonzalez, Crispin Jr.
Art
Elber, Sylvia
Graham,
Music
Dental Assisting
Extale, John Gilbert
Greenlaw,
Business
Physical Education
Felsch, Fred O.
Greever, Margaret
Aeronautics, Student Advisor
Dean, School of Physical, Life,
and Health Sciences
J.
Jaequeline
Marian
Helen M.
Dana L.
Brown, Margaret
Biological Sciences
Radiologic Technology
Calhoun, Clarence
Dean of Instruction
Q.
Fincher, Donald E., St.
C.
Fisk, Kent
Automotive Technology
Chapman, Elwood N.
Business Education
Gregory, Donald J.
Sociology
Finnie, Thomas S.
Electronics
Calhoun, Kenneth G.
Biological Sciences
James D.
CATALOG
2005-2006
Gaugh, Leslie S.
Automotive Technology
Nursing
Boetel, Wilma
Nursing, Biological Sciences
Adkins, Lester
Chemistry
Alfaro, Felix L.
Electronics
Gatignol, Gilberte F.
French
History
Blanchard, William B.
Mathematics
Booth, Charles
Director
Alexander, J. Michael
Communication Studies
Volena Jones
Davis, Homer W.
Communication Arts
Adams, Herbert, M., Jr.
Basic Skills,
Learning Disabilities
Alexander, Dana S.
Physics, Mathematics
Corse, Pauline C.
English
Davidson,
English
Blakeslee, Florence
Music
Richard J.
Fleck, Robert J.
Art
166
Grimm, Lewis L.
Physics, Engineering.
Grise, Hendrik
Art
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College
College
Personnel
Groneweg, William C.
Dean of Admissions and Records
Jahr, Doris
Nursing
Martyns,
Business
Gurich, Louise
Court Reporting
Jaramillo, Luz
English, Spanish
Mason, Jack M.
Music
Norman, Rosamond
English
Hafiz, M. David
Dean, Admissions, Records,
and Counseling
Jarman, Carol
Certified Nursing Assistant
Mather, Leonard S.
Counseling, Education
Normand, Thomas
Counseling
Johnson, Eleanor
Basic Skills, English
Mather, Wiley W.
Social Science
Olson, Betty M.
Physical Education
Mays, R. Juanita
Associate Degree Nursing
O'Sullivan,
English
Johnson, Mildred
Mathematics
McAIlister, Bernice L.
Anthropology, Archaeology
Par