2008-2009 Catalog

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General Information Instructional Programs Academic Calendar...... 4 Instructional Division Chairs and Directors...... 44 Mission Statement...... 5 Associate Degree Requirements...... 45 Overview...... 5 Degree and Certificate Requirements...... 45 List of Degrees and Certificates...... 52 Services Degrees and Certificate General Information...... 55 Admissions...... 9 Fees...... 15 Transfer Records and Grading Policies...... 17 Transfer to the State University (CSU) System...... 86 Registration...... 21 Transfer to the (UC) System...... 90 District Policies and Regulations...... 23 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum Academic Support...... 33 (IGETC)...... 90 Tutorial Services...... 33 Bookstore...... 34 Courses Children’s Centers...... 34 Academic Skills to Work Experience...... 94 Community Programs...... 34 Directories Cooperative Education Work Experience Program...... 34 Emeriti Employees...... 193 Career Connections (Job Placement Center)...... 35 Advisory Committees...... 196 Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS)...... 35 Cuesta College Foundation...... 198 Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)...... 35 Faculty: Full-Time...... 200 Financial Aid...... 35 Faculty: Part-Time...... 207 Health Services...... 38 Management...... 224 Institute for Professional Development...... 39 Intercollegiate Athletics...... 39 Index Small Business Development Center...... 39 A to Z...... 226 Student Life and Activities/Leadership Studies...... 40 Transfer/Career Services...... 40 Veterans...... 41

San Luis Obispo North County South CountyCenter Cuesta COllege Campus Campus at Arroyo Grande High School on the campus of P.O. Box 8106 2800 Buena Vista Dr. Office in Room 913 Nipomo High School San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8106 Paso Robles, CA 93446 Corner of Orchard St. and W. Cherry Ave. 525 N. Thompson Rd. (805) 546-3100 (805) 591-6210 Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 Nipomo, CA 93444 (805) 474-3913 (805) 474-3913 9-26-08 2 2008-2009 Catalog Cuesta College

San Luis Obispo County Community College District San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8106 (805) 546-3100 World Wide Web Address: http://www.cuesta.edu Cuesta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges 3402 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 9 5403 (707) 569-9177, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.

Board of Trustees Gaye L. Galvan Marie Kiersch Per C. Mathiesen Angela Mitchell Patrick Mullen Joe Vanherweg, Student Trustee

Administration Dr. Dave W. Pelham, Superintendent/President Edralin Maduli, Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services Dr. Cathleen Greiner, Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Learning Dr. Linda Fontanilla, Vice President/Assistant Superintendent, Student Services Annette Loria, Executive Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations June Stephens, Executive Director of Foundation and Institutional Advancement Sandee McLaughlin, Executive Dean, North County Campus & South County Centers Dr. Pamela Ralston, Dean of Student Learning for Humanities Deborah Wulff, Dean of Student Learning for Sciences, Mathematics, Nursing/Allied Health, Physical Education, and Athletics Toni Sommer, Dean of Student Learning for Business, Workforce and Economic Development Joy Chambers, Interim Dean of Student Support/Director of Admissons and Records The Board of Trustees of the San Luis Obispo County Community College District affirms that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, religious beliefs, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disabilities, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status, be unlawfully subject to discrimination under any program or activity of the San Luis Obispo County Community College District, and that the lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission to, and participation in, vocational education programs and services of the San Luis Obispo County Community College District. El Patronato del Distrito de la Universidad Comunitaria del Condado de San Luis Obispo afirma que ninguna persona será ilegalmente sujeta a discriminación, en base a raza, color, creencia religiosa, género, nacionalidad, etnicidad, edad, incapacidad mental o física, posición de veterano, orientación sexual, o estado matrimonial, bajo cualquier programa o actividad del Distrito de la Universidad Comunitaria del Condado de San Luis Obispo, y que la falta de conocimiento del idioma inglés no será un obstáculo para ser admitido y para participar en los programs y servicios educativos vocacionales del Distrito de la Universidad del Condado de San Luis Obispo. Cuesta College 2008-2009 Catalog 3

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 – Respondemos a las necesidades de nuestros de nuestros a las necesidades – Respondemos – Nos comprometemos a crear un ambiente interno que a crear comprometemos – Nos – Proveemos un ambiente de apoyo y tratamos a todos de manera a todos de manera y tratamos un ambiente de apoyo – Proveemos – Respetamos la dignidad de cada individuo y aceptamos sus la dignidad de cada – Respetamos – Procuramos mantener la confianza del público siendo la confianza del público mantener – Procuramos – Nuestro profesorado y trabajadores ofrecen servicios de alta ofrecen y trabajadores profesorado – Nuestro verview ion ocat O History L VALORES ­ Excelencia el éxito estudiantil. asegurar calidad para ­ Integridad con los estudiantes, relaciones en nuestras y honrados responsables y la comunidad. trabajadores, ­ Diversidad diferencias. ­ Responder para Sensibilidad comunidades en forma abierta y flexible y adaptando a estudiantes y nuestras cambios. ­ Dedicación sus habilidades, permitiendoestudiantes que reconozcan a nuestros respetuosa vida exitosa. una logren clarifiquen sus metas, y ­ Colaboración de de la colaboración éxito a través acoge un sentido de comunidad y lograr instituciones educativas. negocios, la comunidad y otras Cuesta College, the “home” college of San Luis Obispo County, operates County, Obispo Luis college of San the “home” College, Cuesta College County Community Obispo Luis two campuses within the San at off-campus of course work program and offers an evening District Center at Arroyo Grande centers in the district, including the Arroyo School. High Center at Nipomo the Nipomo School and High Grande Valley between Obispo Campus is located in the Chorro Luis San The beautiful, on California’s Bay and Morro Obispo Luis the cities of San the college has a permanent campus Here One. coast-hugging Highway leased facilities on adjacent California acres, on 150 district-owned field campus. and a 75-acre property, Guard National rolling hills of among the NorthCounty Campus sits on 105 acres The 101 and the junction of Highway near Drive Vista on Buena Robles Paso 46 East. Highway for its outstanding recreational known County is well Obispo Luis San lake, and ocean sports park extensive and an such as stream, features system. Obispo County Luis San The original junior or community college in School High Obispo Luis was initiated as a postgraduate division of San into entered States in operation until the United in 1916 and remained again School District High Obispo Luis 1936, the San I. In War World 1959. in operation until June formed a junior college, which remained the approved County voters Obispo Luis 16, 1963, San April On formation of a countywide junior college district, serving public seven Junior Obispo County Luis San high school districts. The newly-formed School District, High Union Grande served College District the Arroyo School High Union Coast Joint School District, High Union Atascadero Obispo Luis San School District, High Union Joint Robles Paso District, and School District Union Joint Shandon School District, High Union School District. High Union Templeton County Junior Obispo Luis the San the 1964-65 college year, During We respond to the changing needs of our respond We We are committed to creating an internal committed to creating are We Statement We pride ourselves on providing high-quality faculty on providing pride ourselves We We embrace diversity by respecting the dignity of every respecting by embrace diversity We We strive to maintain public trust by being responsible, to maintain public trust being responsible, strive by We We provide a safe, supportive, and participative provide We Mission S VALUE Mission VISION and staff who create relevant and innovative programs and services programs that and innovative relevant and staff who create student learning outcomes. in desired result students and communities through open access, flexible learning options, open access, students and communities through and adapting to change. environment that treats everyone respectfully and fairly and allows and fairly and allows everyone respectfully that treats environment clarify their goals, their strengths, to recognize students and employees success, and enrich their lives. achieve honest, and trustworthy staff, and community. with our students, Cuesta College Cuesta – Collaboration – Caring – Responsiveness – Diversity – Integrity – Excellence Cuesta College makes lifelong learning happen. We enable students enable students We happen. College makes lifelong learning Cuesta career preparation, workforce transfer, their academic, to achieve on our tradition of excellence, goals. Building and personal advancement, and services programs that serve providing we by our community and rapidly changing succeed in a diverse students who can produce participate in their local communities, and live effectively society, a provide As a learning college, we lives. and rewarding responsible assess student for students and employees, supportive environment performance, strategic forge and institutional outcomes, improve partnerships, opportunities and maximize for learning. a lograr estudiantes College es asistir a nuestros La misión de Cuesta Mision: de cuatro a universidades sus metas académicas y personales, trasladarse base a En en sus carreras. y avanzar años, adquirir técnicas de trabajo, a nuestros que preparan programas ofrecemos de excelencia, tradición nuestra tomar parte en en una sociedad diversa, triunfar activa estudiantes para proveemos Asismismo, sus comunidades, y conducir vidas responsables. a nuestros asesoramos a estudiantes y trabajadores, un ambiente de apoyo rendimiento, nuestro institucionales, mejoramos logros estudiantes y nuestros facilitamos la formación de asociaciones y oportunidades de aprendizaje. Cuesta College is a premier community college providing accessible, accessible, community college providing College is a premier Cuesta learning, on student success, lifelong education that focuses high-quality vitality. and community educación de que provee College es un colegio universitario Cuesta Vision: vida, y de toda la el éxito estudiantil, aprendizaje asegurar alta calidad para vitalidad comunitaria. environment that fosters a sense of community and to achieving success that fosters a sense of community and environment and educational collaboration with business, community, through partners. individual, accepting differences, and striving to be inclusive. individual, accepting differences, Cuesta College Cuesta ion tat di ccre A Durante el año académico 1964-65, el Distrito del Colegio Universitario de Universitario el Distrito del Colegio el año académico 1964-65, Durante nocturno estudiantes inscritos con 463 un programa ofreció Obispo Luis San fue La sede temporaria y 696 en el de la primavera. del otoño en el semestre de Nacional la Guardia Obispo, Luis de San el Campamento establecida en sede modesta Esta Bay. y Morro Obispo Luis San California, localizada entre sirvió el a 917 estudiantes diurnos nocturnos y 991 estudiantes durante nocturnas clases en Arroyo ofrecieron se del otoño de 1965. Además, semestre del de 1965, el Patronato 4 de octubre El Robles, y Paso Atascadero Grande, “Cuesta nueva a la universidad nombró Distrito del Colegio Unversitario “universidad fue renombrado 1971, el colegio universitario En College.” comunitaria.” un 1970, se inició la construcción de los edificios permanentes, sobre En el Durante Obispo. Luis de San al oeste del Campamento de 150 acres, area una biblioteca, un observatorio, aulas, de 30 años, se construyeron transcurso de arte y música, una galería de estudiantil, un laboratorio un centro de cuidado de niños, un centro tecnológico, arte, de aprendizaje un centro Actualmente, Obispo. Luis San de universitaria y oficinas en la ciudad Artes siendo construido; está Bellas se anticipa que estará el edificio de del 2008, el número la primavera del 2009. En terminado en la primavera Obispo. Luís de estudiantes aumentó a 8500 en San Es a los finales del año de 1960. College se remonta La historia de Cuesta muchos Durante sitios educacionales. una historia de enseñanza en diferentes Robles, Paso Atascadero, educación en Cambria, ha provisto años, Cuesta y Nipomo. Grande, Arroyo Templeton, en un las puertas de 1998, se abrieron el otoño Norte, del Condado En construida La universidad, casi Robles. en Paso de 105 acres terreno 1200 con empezó con fondos de donaciones privadas, exclusivamente de del 2008, el número la primavera En estudiantes el primer semestre. estudiantes aumentó a 3000 estudiantes diurnos y nocturnos. La localidad de que edificios permanentes fuesen en espera inició con edificios modulares, del 2005, el primer el verano En por el estado. y patrocinados aprobados Fox, el cual sirve como centro el edificio edificio permanente fue inaugurado: anticipa comunitaria La universidad y Salud. Ciencias, de Matemáticas, el año a la construccióndar comienzo de dos edificios permanentes durante y el del Condado Norte de Aprendizaje de Recursos 2008-2009: el Centro Tecnología. y Complejo de Comercio educación nocturna en la Escuela proveen del Condado Sur Los Centros con el Distrito en colaboración y Nipomo, Grande de Arroyo Secundaria del 2008, mas de 800 la primavera Durante Mar. de Lucia Escolar educación en estas localidades. estudiantes nocturnos recibieron College sirve para educacional universitario como centro Cuesta Actualmente, se ha convertido en un centro mas de 13000 estudiantes. La universidad familias, y grupos la comunidad, personas particulares, de servicio para están disponibles todo el año. comunitarios. Los servicios ofrecidos Cuesta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for the Accrediting by College is accredited Cuesta Association of Schools Western Colleges of the Community and Junior CA 94949 (415) S04, Novato, Suite Blvd., and Colleges [10 Commercial the Board by been approved 506-0234]. All courses and curricula have is College the California Community Colleges. Cuesta of of Governors years of the first two to offer courses which parallel the fully authorized curricula and of California and the University University California State colleges which qualify a student for transfer to these and other accredited States. the United throughout and universities by the is fully accredited Program Nursing Vocational The Licensed courses LVN Technicians. and Psychiatric Nursing Vocational of Board North County Campus. at the offered are 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 6

College District offered a limited evening division program with 463 program division a limited evening offered College District spring for the and 696 enrolling for the fall semester students registering Obispo, Luis at Camp San established quarters were Temporary semester. Luis San halfway between facility located Guard National a California refurbished situated in were Classes and offices Bay. and Morro Obispo and mess halls. rooms, barracks, recreation 917 day students and 991 modest beginnings, the District’s Despite the fall of 1965. Evening by in classes enrolled students were evening other locations in the county at three conducted division classes also were 4, 1965, the October On Robles. and Paso Atascadero, Grande, - Arroyo College District County Junior Obispo Luis of the San Trustees of Board college 1971, the “junior” In College.” named the new “Cuesta college college.” to “community district was renamed permanent buildings, first college’s for the was broken 1970, ground In During Obispo. Luis of Camp San west campus located on a 150-acre observatory, a library, buildings, classroom 35 years, the following tech learning high art and music lab building, art gallery, student center, Luis San constructed on the were and offices center, children’s center, campus. The new Obispo performing arts building is under construction spring 2008, the By and is anticipated for completion in spring 2009. than more to Campus grew Obispo Luis student population on the San 8,500 students. which dates back to the late 1960s. has a long history, College Cuesta is a history of teaching at off-campus instructional It sites. Through Robles, Paso has taught in Cambria, Atascadero, Cuesta the years, and Nipomo. Grande, Arroyo Templeton, County Campus on its 105- fall 1998, the college opened the North In with The campus was, built almost exclusively Robles. in Paso site acre 1,200 students the first semester to from gift support,private has grown began with students in spring 2008. The site and evening 3,000 day over approved buildings were modular buildings to be used until permanent the summer of 2005, the first permanent building opened state. In the by houses Allied Building. This building Family Fox to students: The for ground Science. The college anticipates breaking and Math, Health, North County The two additional permanent buildings in 2008-09: Technology and Trades Center and the Campus Learning Resource Complex. evening instructional off-campus sites South County Centers are The in School, provided High Nipomo School and High Grande at Arroyo During the District. School Unified Mar cooperation with the Lucia served at students were than 800 evening more spring 2008 semester, these sites. serves than 13,000 students at all college College now more Cuesta by locations. The college has become a center for community use an extended-day and on individuals, families, and community groups basis. year-round se Obispo Luis comunitaria del Condado de San La universidad Historia: Luis de San Secundaria formó inicialmente como una extensión de la Escuela en entró en 1916 y permaneció Unidos Obispo abierta que los Estados hasta Secundaria 1936, el Distrito de la Escuela En Mundial. Guerra la Primera el cual se mantuvo el colegio universitario, vez formó Obispo otra Luis de San hasta junio de 1959. en operación la formación aprobó Obispo Luis 16 de abril de 1963, el Condado de San El servir a siete escuelas secundarias comunitaria para de una universidad Luis de San Distrito del Colegio Universitario El públicas del distrito. de Grande, de Arroyo sirvióObispo Secundaria los Distritos de la Escuela de Obispo, Luis de San Robles, de Paso Union, de Coast Joint Atascdadero, Templeton. y de Shandon General Info General Info 7

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 of which include full text of the articles, and use the Internet to connect to to connect to of periodicals, some indexes students can search addition, In checked out. Internet the use and articles, the of text full include which of be can catalog they of information wherever sources libraries and other catalogs of other library College Cuesta the of searches Remote located. be may to portal this at http:// Explorer or Internet use using Netscape Internet the performed over also may students Currently-enrolled library.cuesta.edu. periodocal articles access to full-text and e-books. gain remote their informational and with assist students and community residents To the information desk on the at available needs, librarians are research library the Campus whenever Obispo is open and designated Luis San Center. Grande and the Arroyo County Campus hours at the North and as part of the college faculty degrees advanced College librarians hold for their locate the best resources skills and help students teach research educational needs. Library for studying, photocopying, computer include areas facilities use and library instruction. Comfortable invite surroundings a quiet place for and viewing, and provide reading browsing, leisurely contemplation and learning. library photo identification. students must show borrow materials, To address I.D. with local street a current must show Community residents to use a courtesy library card. County and the North Obispo Luis computer labs on the San Open equipped are Workstations for academic use only. provided campuses are on class so that students can work taught at Cuesta with most software courses. One and lab times for their outside scheduled lecture projects and more Smaller lab on each campus is adjacent to or in the Library. Campus on a more Luis on the San also available labs are specialized limited basis. ollege C

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requirements for a high school diploma. requirements the age of 55. These courses were created at Cuesta to meet local at created were the age of 55. These courses designed for the adult learner whose community needs and are personal enrichment. goals are become U.S. citizens; and become U.S. citizens; members whose native language is not English; members whose native Approved high school coursework offered to help students meet the high school coursework offered Approved Emeritus College classes designed for community members over members over College classes designed for community Emeritus Citizenship classes designed for community members seeking to classes designed for community members Citizenship Short-term vocational classes designed for upgrading job skills; vocational Short-term physical fitness; classes designed to enhance an individual’s Wellness Language classes designed for community as a Second English 6. 5. 4. 1. 2. 3. LIBRARIES Non-credit on Sessi Summer Weekend Evening The Cuesta College Libraries on the San Luis Obispo Campus and Luis San Cuesta College Libraries on the The County Campus support of the program the educational the North materials are college. Books, periodical subscriptions and audiovisual Holdings include general with curriculum offerings. closely coordinated for other resources education materials, and education and vocational skills and knowledge. updating and increasing Cuesta the search can students system, information electronic an Through College library and whether it is is owned catalog to determine what Cuesta College offers a growing variety of non-credit classes in five areas: classes in five variety of non-credit offers a growing College Cuesta The summer session offers a varied schedule of classes. Attendance and varied schedule of classes. The summer session offers a graduation for requirements and rules,withdrawal standards, scholarship the same as are with an Associate in ArtsScience degree or Associate in based on the shorter summer semester but deadlines are for a regular schedule. College credit and non-credit courses are offered on weekends (Friday weekends (Friday on offered courses are and non-credit College credit Students semester. during the regular and/or Saturdays) evenings can complete certificate College and degree Weekend who attend transfer. in addition to general education courses for requirements A varied schedule of college credit and non-credit classes is provided classes is provided and non-credit credit schedule of college A varied facilities on housed in the regular addition to classes In in the evening. classes are evening County campuses, and North Obispo Luis the San Paso High School, Nipomo High School, Grande at Arroyo offered locations. These classes parallel School and other common High Robles prerequisites, value, college credit College classes in all other Cuesta of assignment, and to preparation content, time devoted standards, and withdrawal rules,examination. Attendance scholarship standards, for graduation with an Associate in Arts or Associate and requirements semester but deadlines are the same as for a regular are in Science degree class schedule. based on the evening The Associate Degree Registered Nursing program at Cuesta College has Cuesta College at program Nursing Registered Degree The Associate Nursing. of Registered Board the California by been approved the California by been approved has Technician program Psychiatric The Examiners. Technician Psychiatric and Nurse Vocational of Board the Committee from accreditation is pending Program Paramedic The Medical for the Emergency Programs of Education on Accreditation Services Professional. Cuesta College Cuesta 8 2008-2009 Catalog Cuesta College

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WITH The processing of applications for admission in a timely manner; The processing on and orientation services designed to provide, Pre-orientation a timely basis, needed information about instructional programs, student services, and college regulations, course prerequisites, student rights and responsibilities; College Assessment of students with California Community in tests to determine student competency Chancellor-approved possible in computational and language skills; to assist where and educational objectives; identification of aptitudes, interests, study and learning skills; evaluate test results Counseling and advising to assist students in interpreting the plans through and updating their educational and in developing (SEP) process; Plan Educational Student system to detect and inform students of early signs of A follow-up of each progress academic difficulty and to monitor the academic student; of students to: (a) support servicesReferral which may be available, including but not limited to, counseling/advising, financial aid, servicescampus employment/placement Opportunity and Extended curriculum and Services (EOPS); and (b) specialized Programs basic skills offerings including, but not limited to, pre-collegiate Language (ESL); as a Second in English courses and programs and necessary valid courses are that all prerequisite Ensuring 5, Section Title Code for student success [California Education courses in enroll to student each of right the ensuring and 58106(e)] for which he or she can meet necessary prerequisite and valid 55530(a)]. 5, Section Title Code courses [California Education educational intent upon of at least a broad The expression enrollment; • • • • • • • • CONTRACT ADMISSIONS ADMISSIONS The responsibilities of Cuesta College under this agreement will entail Cuesta College under this agreement of responsibilities The services matriculation which shall include: providing include: responsibilities under this agreement The student’s Cuesta College and a student who enrolls, enter into an agreement into an agreement enter student who enrolls, College and a Cuesta the goal through educational the student’s of realizing for the purpose policies, and requirements. established programs, college’s student must form each prospective application is the The admission the identity with Cuesta College, to determine complete to establish an to and to determine California residency student’s eligibility to attend, for their courses. will pay per credit establish the fees the student one true identity with Cuesta College. It is Students may have just apply using their social security number recommended that applicants are not created. Financial aid, employment, so that multiple records licensing (RN, paramedic, engineering) education tax credit, state for transfer, all require the use of the student loans, and application Cuesta College protects student’s identity within social security number. student ID numbers. Likewise, by providing the student records system questions. Students and a unique password requires access to myCuesta College identification number or password should not share their Cuesta with others. Matriculation of the Seymour-Campbell requirements to the Pursuant District County Community College Obispo Luis of 1986, the San Act its commitment to serve from its profit reaffirms all students who may to opportunity, them equal educational instructional to ensure programs the necessary them servicesprovide for optimizing their opportunities information/ for success, and to help students obtain the appropriate assistance for achieving their educational goals. Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta

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Los empleados de tiempo completo de una escuela pública de CaliforniaLos empleados de tiempo completo de una escuela que necesitan complementar sus credenciales. agrícolas estacionales por un a labores que se dedican Los trabajadores dos años consecutivos. mínimo de dos meses durante sus cónyuges, o los dependientesLos empleados de tiempo completo, de comunitariadel empleado de tiempo completo de una universidad Universidad California, de Estado del Universidad California, de Marítima. Academia o California, 3 años de estudiantes que han completado por lo menos Aquellos escuela de una escuela secundaria en California y que se han graduado secundaria en California. ew first-time college students: • • • • WHO S INGLES N Former students: Students who have never attended Cuesta College must submit an attended Cuesta never who have Students in special programs wishing to enroll admission application. Students to be completed prior to additional admission requirements may have registering. been College in the past and have attended Cuesta who have Students semesters must submit an application for admission. absent two or more Cuesta College ofrece cursos que le prepararán para cursar diversos campos cursar diversos para prepararán cursos que le College ofrece Cuesta el aprender personas que necesitan aquellas para También, de estudios. a da énfasis a la fonética, inglés en las que se le clases de inglés, se ofrecen se Asimismo, y a la gramática. a la lectura al vocabulario, la conversación, determinar de conocimiento nivel el para exámenes de asesoramiento ofrecen en tomar cursos de inglés como segundo interesadas del idioma a las personas una descripción de para Idioma” como Segundo la sección “Inglés Vea idioma. asistencia de estos cursos se le ofrece clases. Además las clases en el catálogo de Center, Learning y en el de Idiomas Skills en el Laboratorio voluntaria de conocimientos básicos del idioma y de la cultura donde pueden adquirir más modernos de algunos de los métodos valiéndose en la Unidos, los Estados estas clases puede comunicarse con el más información sobre enseñanza. Para o al al teléfono (805) 546-3941 Idioma como Segundo de Inglés profesorado 546-3123. Residencia ha vivido por más de un año en California si y residente estudiante es Un estudiante que no ha de California el estado su estado legal. El considera y será vivido en California por más de un año se clasifica como no-residente al matricularse. por pagar la cuota de no-residentes responsable residentes: de la cuota de no una exención Ciertos estudiantes califican para y la del a finales de junio, del otoño se abre el semestre La matrícula para el calendario (véase semestres cabo entre a se lleva de la primavera semestre necesita completar la solicitud parte de este catálogo). Usted en la primera o si ha faltado vez College por primera a asistir a Cuesta de admisión si va disponible en o más. La solicitud de admisión se encuentra dos semestres en las Oficinas de o en la forma impresa el internet al www.cccapply.org, College. de Cuesta de todos los centros Admisiones más Cuesta College para Admisiones de comunicarse con la Oficina de Favor información. 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 tudent: S 10 esident

Married minors may establish their own residence. their own minors may establish Married residence. is the student’s residence of the supporting parent The minors may determine of death of both parents, the event In residence. their own living who has a parent of an unmarried minor Residence appointment of a legal act, by own his/her cannot be changed by (EC right of control of a parent’s relinquishment or by guardian, S68000). R

Persons who are 19 years of age or older may establish residency in in of age or older may establish residency 19 years who are Persons must begin of residency Year statement. with the above accordance after the eighteenth birthday. in of age may establish residency under 19 years who are Persons and the following: definition “resident” with the above accordance • • • may establish visa” residence a “permanent who have Students definition. “resident” with the preceding in accordance residency except Visa, College on an F-1 Cuesta students attending Foreign non-residents. considered are refugees, at the time of Visa a copy of their students must present All foreign application. their Alien must provide card with a permanent residency Students number. Registration permanente, Los estudiantes que tienen tarjeta de residencia permanente de residente de registro necesitan someter su número empezando con la letra A. the with in accordance and asylees may establish residency Refugees definition. “resident” preceding for equivalent, a California high school, or high school Attended (AB 540) and earned a California high years a minimum of three school diploma, or equivalent; of a California public school employee credentialed Full-time in college for purposes of fulfilling credential-related enrolling requirements; for at least a total of two months of agricultural worker Seasonal each of the past two years; or spouse, or dependent of a full-time employee, Full-time California college/universities: of any of the following employee of University University, Community Colleges, California State Academy. California, or Maritime on- • • • • • • • • • • • N student is one who has established both physical presence in the State State in the both physical presence who has established student is one the first preceding immediately than one year for more of California day of instruction an intent and who has demonstrated each semester of Demonstration legal residence. his/her state of to make California a Tax forms, obtaining Income State filing California by intent is attained stay evidence of permanent license, or other reasonable California drivers in California. tuition is charged to those applicants outside the state Non-resident physically been not has who one is student non-resident of California. A intent the first immediately preceding than one year in California for more present demonstrated not has and semester each instruction of day official enrollment required students are Such to make California their state of legal residence. resident the to addition in fee, tuition non-resident the pay to fee is subject to This per semester at the time of registration. fee, per credit semester or annualpolicy. change. with in accordance refundable fees are Non-resident refund college’s the tuition exists when the applicant is physically to non-resident Exemption in California and confirms documentation for any of the present following: Please contact the Cuesta College Admissions Officefor (805) at 546-3140 additional information. Services Services

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• • • • • ranscripts of I est of E S WITH GRAMS PRO REQUIREMENTS ertificate of Financial R Certificate of Financial T T I-20 General ertification C and I Health Agricultural Students must show evidence of ability to pay non-resident fees and must ability to pay non-resident evidence of must show Students financial certificate Completion of a is a semester. credits maintain 12 for resources financial student has sufficient that the to verify required the duration of educational costs for housing, and physical maintenance, College. at Cuesta their studies Cuesta reason, it is necessary in to be proficient therefore, conducted in English; Classes are this For language. English the speaking and to writing, admission reading, for applying students (F-1) international all requires College Language (TOEFL) as a Foreign of English Test of passing the submit proof of 500 or better. with a score a certificate skin test of a negative applicant must provide The prospective or a chest X-ray for tuberculosis. which covers Insurance Coverage Health Current Certification of accident or illness while in the U.S. will be required. will issue the I-20 to the student after all admission College Cuesta been met. have requirements State at any California enrolled students concurrently International of California, or another community college may University University, consent of the written and must have than six credits for not more enroll the I-20 is on file. the college where their advisor from in students must apply for admission while residing Visa Prospective students must Transfer transfer students. their homeland unless they are and transferring on applying Office for direction contact the Admissions College. their I-20 to Cuesta Students must provide certified transcripts of academic records achieved achieved records certified of academic transcripts must provide Students must Transcripts and college attendance. during all prior high school and must bear the school seal and be signed be translated into English from accredited credits For official. or other appropriate registrar the by degree an associate to be used toward international colleges or universities must be evaluated records or transfer general education certification, the service. evaluation credential recognized a by Additional admission requirements are in place for the following in place for the following are admission requirements Additional programs: educational a cooperative is Program Technology The Agricultural State College and California Polytechnic Cuesta between program Cuesta enables qualified The program Obispo. Luis San University, tudents tudents): S nrichment tudents E pecial Part-time S pecial Part-time chool S Demonstrate the ability to benefit from advanced scholastic or advanced the ability to benefit from Demonstrate of College Board the Cuesta as determined by work vocational Trustees; for specific coursework recommendation written, positive a Receive to Enroll the principal of the school of attendance on a Permit from request; College on a consent to attend Cuesta parental written Receive request; to Enroll Permit all course prerequisites; Meet in 11 or fewer credits; Enroll which Application, Student Completion of an International includes a financial certificate, health and insurance certification, language as a foreign and a test of English transcript requirement, section). Language” as a Foreign of English (as noted in the “Test • • • • • • inors As S nternational S nternational (High I M Cuesta College may admit as a special part-time College may admit student anyone Cuesta twelve nine through school, grades or parochial in public, private from may benefit college president, in the opinion of the (9-12), who, in enrolled concurrently instruction.these students are The majority of students. School Enrichment to as High referred high school and are but are College concurrently Cuesta grades K-8, may attend Minors, and of Admissions College Director to meet with the Cuesta required to County Campus prior at the North Dean or the Executive Records registration. regulations is expected to follow Enrichment student High School The all college students. established for and procedures to pay the enrollment required not students are School Enrichment High of other applicable fees. Residents for all other responsible fee, but are tuition. High to non-resident subject are countries states and foreign for community college credit students will receive School Enrichment college courses they complete. student must submit A student applying as a high school enrichment each requirements an admission application and meet all the following high high school, achieved semester until the student has graduated from of age: or become 18 years school graduation equivalency, to attend must be authorized a student in 12 credits, enroll To of or the County Board School District the Public by College Cuesta the student attends public school–and undertakeEducation–if courses of scope and duration to satisfy “sufficient instruction that would provide of the Law.” the requirement California the following by admission of minors is authorized Special 76001 and 48800 (special part-time students), Code Sections: Education 76001.5 and 48800.5 (special full-time students), and 76002 (summer school). Department of Justice States the United by College is approved Cuesta Visa as an institution of higher learning for non-immigrant F-1 & M-1 students. to completing an application for admission to Cuesta addition In to be students must comply with the following Visa College, F-1 & M-1 College: admitted to Cuesta is June Application Student for submitting the International Deadline 1 for the and December 1 for the summer session and fall semester, fee must accompany the International A $25 processing spring semester. Application. Student Cuesta College Cuesta tudents S Cuesta College Cuesta ption for O redit C ursing Program .N.s) V ursing ursing Program 30- N N ocational N V Complete all required courses for the Associate in Science degree in the Associate in Science degree courses for Complete all required Nursing. Registered content without required Nursing of Registered Complete all Board a degree. eligible). are V.N.s (only optional program Complete the 30-credit Application for the 30-Credit Option; for the 30-Credit Application license; V.N. California A current or Biology) 12 (Human completion of Biology showing Transcripts or college Bacteriology) 4 (General and Biology college equivalent, with a “C” or better. equivalent check, and drugCompleted physical examination, background for final acceptance into the program. requirements are screening egistered egistered • • • • • • • R R (only available to (only available Licensed Paramedic Program Paramedic beginning class. Completion of the above makes the applicant eligible for the applicant eligible makes above Completion of the beginning class. applicants. a pool of qualified from via a random selection consideration, Students interested in applying to the Registered Nursing Program are are Program Nursing to the Registered in applying interested Students for course they register before to consult with a counselor urged strongly classes. in prerequisite work is not accepting applications Program Nursing College Registered Cuesta to cuestanursing.org refer Please year. for the 2008-2009 academic the RN Moratorium announcements, for complete RN Moratorium information. and current Sheet, Fact and Answer Question check, and drug background Completed physical examination, screening the program. for final acceptance into requirements are Licensure Council National eligibility for the can achieve Students ways: in three Nursing in Registered Examination Licensed Vocational Nurses interested in applying to the Registered in applying to the Registered interested Nurses Vocational Licensed of the Division must obtain an application from program Nursing on a accepted in this program are V.N.s Health. and Allied Nursing the must have V.N. be eligible the To basis each fall. space-available Nursing Office: on file in the following refer subject to change. Please and deadlines are requirements Entrance additional information. For to cuestanursing.org for the most current Office Division and Allied Health questions, please contact the Nursing at (805) 546-3119. All persons who have met general college admission requirements and the requirements met general college admission All persons who have admission criteria will be eligible Program Nursing Vocational additional Program. for admission to the LVN must be complete at the time of application. course work Prerequisite VN admission who submit a complete application and meet all Students Students Program. Nursing Vocational criteria may be admitted to the at the offered courses are LVN in the summer. admitted once a year are CA. Robles, County Campus in Paso North subject to change. For and deadlines are requirements Entrance Division and Allied Health additional information contact the Nursing Office at (805) 546-3119. and requirements met general college admission All persons who have 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 echnician T 12

Fall - August 1 - August Fall 1 - December Winter 1 - March Spring Permitted - Not Summer Satisfaction of the assessment tests. (Satisfactory score on the of the assessment tests. (Satisfactory score Satisfaction level.) at the appropriate HOBET placement exam, course work on file in the Application Technician Psychiatric A current Hospital. State Atascadero Office at Program Training Psychiatric submit an application, call (805) 468-3175 or 468-3099. To College. to Cuesta for Admission Application high school diploma, high school A copy of the applicant’s graduation or official college transcripts transcripts showing completion must be submitted to the Psychiatric degree showing office. Program Training and drug check Completed physical examination, background for final acceptance. is required screening 10, Introduction Tech Completion of the orientation course, Psych with a passing grade. Technician, to Psychiatric • • • • • • • • • • Psychiatric Psychiatric students to enroll in specified lower division Cal Poly courses in Poly Cal division in specified lower enroll students to Science while Environmental and Food of Agriculture, the College in this enrolled College. Students Cuesta attending concurrently in any of eleven degree an Associate in Science may earn program bioresource animal science, systems management, majors: agricultural dairy science, engineering, crop and agricultural technology, product dairy science/floral design, horticulture environmental production, horticultural environmental science/landscape design, environmental food science, or fruit production, science/plant science. horticulture students complete general education and elective Agricultural technology major courses within division lower College and at Cuesta course work at Cal Science and Environmental Food the College of Agriculture, paid to each institution for every are and grades are term, Fees Poly. the course was at the institution where transcript posted to the student’s and completed coursework completion of the required completed. Upon to Associate in Science degrees College grants application, Cuesta degree students in the program. the College of been academically disqualified from who have Students not eligible are Science at Cal Poly and Environmental Food Agriculture, until all conditions Program Technology to participate in the Agricultural met. been have to Cal Poly for readmission are: program Technology deadlines for the Agriculture Application Services Transfer/Career should contact the Cuesta students Interested counselor at (805) 546-3100 x2333. vocational Students interested in applying to the Psychiatric Technician Program Program Technician in applying to the Psychiatric interested Students workshop information Technician to attend a Psychiatric encouraged are they register urged to consult with a counselor before strongly and are to Psychiatric class, Introduction in the prerequisite for course work Technician. program. All deadlines must be met for admission to the for consideration for admission to the requirements are The following program: Technician Psychiatric but suggested: required is not The following criteria does not guarantee admission to the next the preceding Fulfilling Services Services 13 isabilities ests? T mportant? esting T tudents with D 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 esting I T ake Assessment T esting for S T hould s Assessment Enrolling in six credits or less (except for credits required to meet a required for credits or less (except in six credits Enrolling course prerequisite) Earned an Associate or higher degree a non-matriculating K-12 grade student Are and are in another college or university enrolled concurrently Are matriculation servicesreceiving at that college or university only taking courses for personal interest Are job/career in current taking courses for advancement Are taking courses to maintain a certificate or license Are xemptions to Assessment xemptions • • • • • • • Who S Why I Assessment E Estudiantes nuevos al programa de Ingles como Segunda Lengua deben Segunda como de Ingles al programa nuevos Estudiantes la de los resultados recibirán de ESL. Los estudiantes tomar la evaluación Para de una semana. de clase después de nivel sugerencias y las evaluación Segunda Ingles como la oficina de comuníquese con mas información, extensión 2127. (805) 546-3100, Lengua al teléfono course to meet a required Assessment is mandatory are if results assessment testing if they from be exempt may Students prerequisite. criteria listed below. meet one of the exemption Placement testing for Cuesta College is available to students when they is available College testing for Cuesta Placement to begin ready or when they are of high school in their senior year are not completed who have for entrance. Students the matriculation process in English and want to enroll courses at another college prerequisite take expected to 003 are or any math higher than Math 099 or higher, courses that for other may also be required Testing an assessment test. in those must meet to enroll which students academic prerequisites have courses. available and mathematics are both English forms for Assessment Appeal Building Obispo Campus, Luis San Services Office, at the Matriculation 3400, or call (805) 546-3951. valuable one of the most The college considers assessment testing to be to them an importantStudents find it gives window services it offers. Assessment testing is diagnostic and can their basic abilities and interests. (sometimes time valuable them save may that directions in students guide due to average a poor grade point than a semester), grief (from more goals. and effort in achieving their educational and career course failure), de examénes de asesoramiento para aprender información acerca Para Hablan Que Las Personas Para la sección “Información inglés, vea 546-3140. de llamar (805) o por favor Español,” each student an equal The college has a commitment to assure in a subject area. opportunity or knowledge to demonstrate competency to California verified disabilities (according students with Therefore, expected to demonstrate are 5 regulations) Title Code Education peers. as their non-disabled the same competency or knowledge in the method or will be made on an individual basis Accommodations by a requested may be format of examinations. These accommodations and Services (DSPS) faculty Programs Student Disabled faculty member, request for accommodation shall be The or the student with a disability. Support/Disabled of Academic the Director through made in advance Campus, Obispo Luis and Services at the San Programs Students County Campus call (805) 591‑6215. the North (805) 546-3148. For required. of disability is Verification TESTING

athematics Assessment nglish Assessment ASSESSMENT TRANSCRIPTS M E New students or those who have not completed prerequisite coursework not completed prerequisite students or those who have New assessment test expected to take an English are at a college or university 201A, 156 or 099. in English prior to enrolling the will be used by and other multiple measures Assessment results to workshop College counselor in a pre-registration student and a Cuesta ability. classes, based on demonstrated select the most appropriate other California community colleges transferring from Students with assessment test scores encouraged to submit their recent are additional assessment testing at course placement to avoid recommended if placement from 55530(c)]. However, 5, Section College [Title Cuesta (transferable English) 201A another community college is into English the assessment did not include an essay, prior English and the student’s essay-only exam. College’s student must also take Cuesta must Language (ESL) program as a Second students in the English New and results their evaluation will receive Students take the ESL evaluation. additional after taking the test. For within a week class recommendations Office at Language Division as a Second information, call the English (805) 546-3100, extension 2127. In keeping with Cuesta College’s commitment to assure each student commitment to assure College’s keeping with Cuesta In the district equal opportunity or knowledge, to demonstrate competency to determine if a disproportionate shall monitor assessment test results such an impact is impact may exist for particular of students. If groups (in consultation with the California detected, a plan shall be developed the disproportionate impact to correct Office) Chancellor’s State 55512(a)]. 5, Section Title Code [California Education coursework not completed prerequisite students, or those who have New expected to take a mathematics are at a high school, college, or university, in any non-transferable mathematics assessment test prior to enrolling 125, 126A, 126B, 003, 007, 119, 021, 123, 123SI, 124A, course (Math assessment not wishing to take a mathematics 127 and 127SI). Students Transferable 003 (Arithmetic). in Mathematics test, may enroll academic have 229 and above) mathematics courses (those numbered registration. prior to that must be verified prerequisites Prior to registration, all students must submit official (sealed) copies of all official (sealed) copies students must submit all to registration, Prior Office, College Records transcripts to the Cuesta high school and college transcripts Final CA 93403-8106. Obispo Luis 8106, San Box P.O. all coursework is completed and grades are should be submitted once posted. Student prerequisites, course to satisfy required are Official transcripts at GE Certifications, evaluations Plans, and all program Education College will not be submitted to Cuesta Transcripts College. Cuesta to students, other colleges or agencies. released the additional Paramedic Program admission criteria will be eligible for eligible for will be criteria admission Program Paramedic the additional must be work course Prerequisite Program. the Paramedic admission to to once a year admitted are Students the time of application. complete at begins in the fall. that the program For subject to change. deadlines are and requirements Entrance Division Health and Allied Nursing contact the additional information Office at (805) 546-3119. Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta : rientation: utreach argeted Counseling: rientation: T orkshop O orkshop W ducational Plan (SEP): ducational Plan rientation: tart Enrolling in six credits or less; in six credits Enrolling Earned an Associate or higher degree; non-matriculating K-12 grade student; a Are are and in another college or university enrolled concurrently Are matriculation servicesreceiving or university; at that college only; courses for personal interest taking Are (updating job/career in current courses for advancement taking Are job skills); courses to maintain a certificate taking or license. Are CalWORKS: Academic and personal counseling for qualified and personal counseling for qualified Academic CalWORKS: students. and personal counseling for Academic Education: Technical Career qualified students. nline O xemptions to O xemptions tudent E pecialized and pecialized • • • • • • • • • ocal High School O Local High Great S Great O E S S After the semester begins, students are encouraged to see a counselor in After the semester begins, students are (SEP) which Plan Educational Student a personalized to develop order college. through future charts the student’s and previous academic history academic and previous appropriate of study to plan a program of the student. Orientation/ and educational goal level to the skill settings. is conducted in group advisement designed to help Orientation is Student New Cuesta College The for requirements off to a good start,students get learn about the as policies and well as and transfer, a certificate,Degree Associate Student may participate in a New of the college. Students procedures College orientation at the Cuesta attending a group by Orientation an online orientation. completing campus or by College the Cuesta orientation sessions on group Start Scheduled Great English and math assessment after the immediately offered campus are must submit an hours long. Students two approximately session and are at Workshop Start prior to signing up for a Great admission application orientation Start sign up for the Great may Students www.ccapply.org. the Assessment contacting site or by Test the Assessment online through Office at (805) 546-3951. an application for admission has been submitted and confirmation Once College to all Cuesta the online orientation is available has been received, The online orientation allows logging into my.cuesta.edu. students by on the and proceed students to choose their goal (AA, CSU, or UC) path to accomplish their goal. appropriate participation from in orientation if they meet may be exempt Students criteria listed below: one of the exemption first semester completed their required will have Aid students Financial completing either the group (SEP) by Plan Education Student College campus or the online orientation. orientation at a Cuesta Liasons to local high schools are provided to support of the enrollment provided Liasons to local high schools are College. local students at Cuesta and targeted counseling for the specialized Counselors also provide of students: groups following obles): R 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ampus (Paso C ounty ampuses/Centers 14 C

ther C orth ICES ERV S SELING COUN Academic and Personal Counseling and Personal Academic services: the following Counselors provide Appointments O School): High Grande Center (Arroyo Grande Arroyo N Counseling Services at the North County Campus are located in County Campus are Counseling Services at the North Services, may be scheduled at Student 3000. Appointments Building N3013 and N3019. Room fall, or spring class schedules. For to the summer, information, refer For Services at (805) 591-6241. appointments, call Student for continuing and personal counseling support is provided Academic personal sessions. For individual and small group students through Center at (805) 546-3171. Health counseling contact the Student Orientation/Advisement: College services Cuesta basic information regarding provides Orientation During as student rights and responsibilities. as well and programs, assessment scores advisement, a student and a counselor use a student’s The primary goal of Counseling Services is to provide the necessary necessary The primarythe Services goal of Counseling to provide is need they and personal support vocational, educational, to succeed to enable students when counseling for come should Students College. Cuesta at performance. affect their academic that might kind of problem help with any basis regular a on selection is important course college requirements Because and four-year counselor a with consult should students frequently, change for classes. registering before and on a walk-in-basis. appointment by available Counselors are either in person in advance, one week may be scheduled Appointments Walk-in is best made with a specific counselor. phone, and may be or by to college for short-term planning, quick questions, referral academic is on a Walk-in and community services, or emergency problem-solving. first-come, first-served time; it is available at that basis with the counselor 15 minutes per student. generally no longer than certain times of the are there to the large number of students, Due August, walk-in only–July, by when counseling is available academic year rushed the lengthy waits and avoid To and early January. December To students should plan ahead. associated with walk-in only, atmosphere the end make an appointment during spring before plan for fall semester, make an appointment in September plan for spring semester, To of April. or early October. at the located Campus are Obispo Luis Counseling Services at the San day is staffed both Services Center in the Library It Student Building. beginning advance in week one made be may Appointments evening. and To schedule an appointment, call (805) week. day of the the first working 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 546-3138 between for students is provided counseling assistance the academic year, During other sites. in classes at one of the college’s who enroll Obispo Luis appointments, call Counseling Services at the San For County Center South Grande, Campus at (805) 546-3138 or the Arroyo at (805) 546-3955. Services Services 15 ection 76140) ection 76300) ection 76355) $181 per credit for all credits attempted all credits for $181 per credit fee plus enrollment per semester attempted all credits for $181 per credit fee plus enrollment per semester $20 per semester $7.50 per summer session $5 per semester $2.50 per summer session $5 per semester $2 per summer session ducation Code S 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ducation Code S uition (E T ducation Code S esident Students enrolled in non-credit courses in non-credit enrolled Students County Centers (Arroyo taking classes only at the South Students Schools) and off-campus sites. High and Nipomo Grande for healing in upon prayer who depend exclusively Students religious sect, with the teachings of a bona fide accordance presents that the student denomination, or organization, provided documentary with such a bona fide evidence of an affiliation sect, denomination, or organization. religious College under an approved attending Cuesta Students Program. Apprenticeship on-R nrollment Fee (E Fee nrollment • • • • Health Fee (E Fee Health E N The cost of tuition for out-of-state and international students is in The cost of tuition for out-of-state and international status is based on admission fee. Non-resident addition to the enrollment their weeks of notified within two are application information. Students have you If status in myCuesta. status and may view their residency and Admissions status, please contact the residency questions about your for assistance. Office Records policy, Code and District with the California Education accordance In excluding College has a mandatoryCuesta health fee. Students, to pay the $14 fee each required listed, are those with the exceptions taking. This fee is they are of the number of credits semester regardless once the semester begins and is subject to change per local nonrefundable fee. action. The health fee is not an eligible tax credit Board 76355) Code Section (Education Exemptions Fee Health Students Out-of-State Students International Catalog. section of Auditing - See Fee Audit or Evening) (Day Fees Permit Parking County Campuses and North Obispo Luis San trucks vans, Automobiles, mopeds Motorcycles, Each additional vehicle machines located in the at Park-Ur-Self A daily permit is available lots. parking and citations will be issued for violations of campus parking Parking to students when regulations is given regulations. A copy of these traffic Safety the Public permits or may be obtained from parking they purchase Office. of Cuesta College Board by the violations is set The fine for parking The fine for unauthorized $20 to $54. violations are Most Trustees. a complete list of parking in handicapped spaces is $275. For parking Safety Office. Public fines, contact the subject to State of California. This fee is by the fee is set The enrollment set at $20 per credit. change and is currently $20 per credit per class (if applicable, see the Varies class schedule) current Obispo Luis at the San $1 per credit Campus for a maximum of $10 per (no fee charged during academic year summer session) $14 per semester $11 per summer session $10 per semester $5 per summer session $1 per semester per course $50-$85 average TION FEES “Great Start” Assessment and Orientation (prospective (prospective and Orientation Assessment Start” “Great or walk-in appointment Counseling by Academic (limited number of semesters) Registration Priority and newsletters postcards Information and social events Activities campus) Obispo Luis Reentry Center (San Obispo campus) Luis Reentry course offerings (San students) Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS): Academic and Services Academic (EOPS): Opportunity Programs Extended students. counseling for qualified and personal and and Services Academic (DSPS): Programs Student Disabled students. for qualified personal counseling welcomes College enthusiastically Cuesta Students: International The international the world. around students from international counseling and assists the academic student counselor provides for change of status, practical student with the paperwork required status, and to student reinstatement training, extension of stay, of learning. transfer to other institutions to be a is designed Program Re-entry The Re-entry Students: after to school returning support students 25 and older, system for The servicesyears. or more include: an absence of five • • • • • • • • • • • FEES REGISTRA Fee Material Center Fee* Student Center Fee Health ID Card ASCC Student Representation Student Fee and Supplies Textbooks are at the time of enrollment, * These fees may not apply to students who, SSI/SSP or the the TANF (CalWORKs) benefits under the of recipients Assistance programs. General fees) (in addition to preceding Tuition Non-Resident Fee* Enrollment The college reservesThe college the right to make changes, additions and/or deletions when deemed year to the list of fees and charges during the academic and/or of California, the administration necessary action of the State by Trustees. of the Board term affected the in enrolled students decrease, or increase fee a of student’s case The the In term. that for decrease or increase fee the to subject be will the changes that occur and the fee payment policy willaccount will reflect or collection of these fees. the credit govern expenses expenses. Other for the following should be prepared Students will vary with individual student needs. Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta epresentation fee cannot be used to support fee cannot be used epresentation Students will receive a full refund for any classes cancelled by the for any classes cancelled by a full refund will receive Students Students dropped. administratively which they are college or from must apply for these refunds. efund Policy • REFUNDS Fee Payment Policy Payment Fee R The fee is charged during the registration process. A student may refuse refuse A student may process. registration during the The fee is charged Students reasons. or moral political, financial, for religious, to pay the fee once fee is nonrefundable The prior to registration. waiver must sign a and Records in the Admissions available are begins. Forms the semester form is also campus locations. The Office at all the Cashier’s Office and at academic.cuesta.edu/admrreg/polforms.htm Web on the available the complete. The form may be submitted to for students to print and 546-3975. to (805) Office or faxed and Records Admissions by the ASCC to fund only those may be utilized This per-semester fee purposes listed above. Student R : The NOTE or campaigns. individual candidates at the further ASCC Representative your information, please contact For 5300. Building Center, campus Student Obispo Luis San at the time of walk- All fees associated with the college must be paid (VISA, card check, cash, or credit be paid by may Fees in registration. the online will have registering Students or MasterCard). Discover, to submitting payment by card, credit option of paying immediately by payment system within or using the online College Cashier, the Cuesta days. A $10 service working returned five fee will be charged for checks due to insufficient funds. their classes and unable to attend, must drop but are who register Students for paying responsible classes are who drop Students a fee refund. request Referstudents drop Policy. to the Refund date, according based on the drop fees incurred not does College Cuesta dates. refund for schedule fee the to to access and a delinquent-debt hold registration their classes for non-payment of fees; however, from class blocks which records, student’s the on placed is transcripts. official and records student of credit credits courses will not receive in non-credit enrolled Students tuition, health, non-resident not charged enrollment, or grades and are courses may have fees. Some Center or Student Representation, Student policies and refund Parking due at registration. material fees that are courses. in non-credit apply to students enrolled Students are responsible for dropping courses and initiating a written for dropping responsible are Students according will be considered for refunds Requests for a refund. request to the refund and according to the date the student submits the request Services Cashier the Student forms may be obtained from Request policy. check will be mailed to A refund Website. College the Cuesta and from the date submitted. from the student within six to eight weeks tuition (if applicable), non-resident includes enrollment, A full refund Center and student Student ID Card, health, ASCC Student permit must be fees (parking fee, material and parking representation and includes enrollment in usable condition). A partial refund returned tuition. non-resident Student fees, material fees, refunds for parking no are There first day of fee, ASCC fee, or health fee after the official Representation instruction each semester and summer session. class schedule for specific deadlines. the current to Refer ection S ode C ection 76375) ducation E ducation Code S xemptions ard Fee ard 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 epresentation Fee ( R 16 C tudent ID Emergency book loans Emergency for libraryReserve books subsidy Jobs Student Newspaper Student Subsidy Pass Bus Services Tutoring legal counseling clinic Free Club ** games and music - ASCC Social Movies, sports** Intercollegiate festivals music and intercollegiate art shows Student Activities Center Support Center and Cultural Student Clubs and organizations

Students enrolled in non-credit courses. in non-credit enrolled Students of the benefits under the Aid to recipients who are Students the Supplemental program, Children with Dependent Families or the General Program, Supplementary Income/State Security a student must provide the fee waived, have To Assistance program. the documentation of participation through in these programs registration. Aid Office prior to Financial County Campus or South in courses at North enrolled Students County Centers only. enter Fee (E tudent Center Fee E tudent Center Fee tudent • • • 76060.5) S ASCC S S S A vote of the students authorized the collection of a mandatory of the students authorized A vote $1 every student each semester. fee from credit Representation Student to advocate the student government collected will be used by Monies issues such as eliminating fee hikes, for student legislative and lobby and increasing for student parents, for adequate childcare advocating include leadership uses state funding for community colleges. Other training, meeting with other student leaders and elected officials, and necessary supplies to support and lobbying in their advocacy students efforts. The Associated Students of Cuesta College (ASCC) Student ID Card Student ID Card College (ASCC) Cuesta of Students The Associated activities and ID and helps fund student a college picture fee provides support to services, provides This optional fee as college programs. as well programs: the following only Campus Obispo Luis **San the is lost, stolen, mutilated or destroyed, ID card ASCC Student the If during the student’s of charge, one replacement free student is provided, The replacement fee for additional cards. is a $2 There career. Cuesta even each semester, may be purchased/renewed ID Card ASCC Student fee is non- taken. This had her or his picture if the student has already once the semester begins. refundable/non-reversible Fee is designated for the sole purpose of supporting Student Center The at the Center and is charged to all students taking classes the Student per $10 Campus. The fee, which is not to exceed Obispo Luis San taken during this period of credits is based on the number academic year, of fall and spring consists An academic year at the rate of $1 per credit. does not include the summer session. semesters. It Fee shall not apply to: Student Center The Services Services

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Family Policy Compliance Office Policy Family U.S. Department of Education SW 400 Maryland Avenue, D.C. 20202-5920 Washington, (FERP Return books or materials Return for books or library charges materials. Pay The right to inspect and review their own educational record. own educational review their The right to inspect and The record. own educational their The right to seek to amend of Admissions to the Director request student must make a written names the provide campus and Obispo Luis at the San and Records The administrator will or amend. they wish to review of the records and location for the materials to be with the timeframe respond reviewed. of information disclosure the over some control The right to have permiting disclosure exception One their educational records. from to school officials with legitimate without consent is disclosure A school official is defined as a person educational interests. academic supervisory, administrative, an in College the by employed or support enforcement staff position (including law or research, personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom credit service instead of the College has contracted as its agent to provide auditor, or officials (such as an attorney, using College employees or Trustees; or collection agent); a person serving of on the Board a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary committee, or assisting another school official in or grievance performing has a legitimate his or her tasks. A school official review an education if the official needs to educational interest responsibilities for his or her professional to fulfill in order record the College. Department Education The right to file a claim with the U.S. of the the College to comply with by concerning alleged failures of the office that The name and address of FERPA. requirements is: administers FERPA Name irectory I irectory lectronic Files lectronic ights under FERPA tudent Rights under • • • • • • • ILY FAM ACT S E D The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students affords Act (FERPA) Privacy Education Rights and Family The These rights to their education records. certain respect rights with include: Act does not differentiate Privacy Educational Rights and Family The is transmission. There the medium of storage or the method of between to physical afforded of protection the level between no legal difference or in any or transmitted electronically stored those that are over files other form. information” “directory College may provide Cuesta its discretion, At Rights and Education of the Family with the provisions in accordance is defined as information Directory of 1974 (FERPA). Act Privacy harmful or that information that would not generally be considered identifiers, such as student if disclosed. Personal of privacy an invasion identification numbers or social security numbers, race/ethnicity, be designated may never grades, and GPA preference religious gender, College has identified the following as directory information. Cuesta elements as directory information: Holds S STUDENTS FOR

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Courses must be dropped for 18-week semester for students to be eligible for a weeks of the the first two refund. and pays to be a non-resident determined a student is erroneously If acceptable provided will be refunded fees, such fees non-resident within the period for presented is of California residence proof which the fee was paid. given are short-term no refunds courses (less than 18 weeks), For has been completed. of the class after 10 percent the summer See semesters only. to fall and spring relate Deadlines specific summer session deadlines. session class schedule for efunds for R • • • • • • • • • • • RECORDS AND GRADING GRADING AND RECORDS POLICIES FROM Restricting MAINTENANCE Library Fines R Cuesta College will block student access to service placing holds when Cuesta by the student has not met their obligations for the following: the delinquent the materials or pays cases once the student returns most In may check their hold status through Students debt the hold will be released. myCuesta. Code, 72237 of the California Education Section authority of Under College may withhold grades, transcripts, diplomas, and Cuesta books or any student who fails to return privileges from registration materials to the library when due. when they: released their records shall have Students Students attending Cuesta College from Modoc and specific areas of and specific areas Modoc College from attending Cuesta Students if they maintain eligible for a maintenance allowance counties are Mono met. are in either county and all requirements a permanent address College contact the Cuesta information about eligibility requirements, For Office at (805) 546‑3955. and Records Admissions In the event that a student overpays registration fees, the amount of the registration that a student overpays the event In will be account. The credit to the student’s will be credited overpayment that the event in the fees incurred applied to any additional registration student adds classes. will be refunds overpayment incurred, additional fees are no If will be mailed Refunds within six to eight weeks. automatically processed Office. Records Admissions and on file in the address to the student’s Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta Passing (At least satisfactory least (At C/2.0) – units awarded Passing as the same meaning “P” has not counted in GPA. are fall 2008. defined prior to as that symbol was “CR,” (Less than satisfactory units awarded C/2.0) – Pass No as has the same meaning “NP” not counted in GPA. are fall 2008. was defined prior to as that symbol “NC,” for work academic – Incomplete Incomplete reasons. and justifiable emergency, unforeseeable, of the “I” shall be stated by Condition for removal with a copy to the the instructor in a written record the end of be made up before student. The “I” must semester or it will be considered regular the following “I” symbol shall not be used in as an “F” grade. The attempted nor for grade points. calculating credits used to denote – The “IP” symbol shall be Progress In the normal end of an beyond that the class extends calculating academic term. “IP” shall not be used in grade point average. by the – This symbol is assigned Delayed Report is used It only. and Records of Admissions Director grades due to is a delay in reporting when there of the student. This the control beyond circumstances is a temporarynot used in calculating notation and is GPA. – The Withdrawal “W” symbol is assigned when a of the beginning student officially withdraws between of instructionthe fourth week for and end of the twelfth less than 18 courses that are full semester courses. For the in length, withdrawal must be made during weeks summer sessions of the course. (During first 20 percent fourth the the withdrawal period extends through week who withdraw prior to the of instruction.) Students fourth of instruction week for full semester courses, or of the prior to the completion of the first 20 percent course for short no notation (“W” courses, shall have of a record The academic or any other) on their record. week the twelfth in a class beyond student who remains a symbol other than a must reflect “W.” – The “MW” symbol is assigned Withdrawal Military or reserve when a student who is a member of an active military compelling service orders States receives United of such verification courses. Upon a withdrawal from an “MW” may be assigned at any time after the orders, classes. Military deadline for dropping week twelfth probation withdrawals shall not be counted in progress and dismissal calculations. Grade Changes Grade After a grade has been issued, only the instructor has the authority to 76224. A Section Code change the grade per California Education must submit appropriate a posted grade changed student wishing to have documentation to the instructor who issued the grade and must request of the student’s on an evaluation that the grade be changed. Based in the course and the documentation, the instructor may or may progress to the Office of changes must be delivered not change the grade. Grade the instructor. by and Records of Admissions the Director P NP I IP RD W MW valuation 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ranscripts T ranscript E T 18 Excellent Good Average Less than satisfactory Failing ative ative

Field of Study of Field and Certificates earned Degrees of attendance Dates (number of credits) of enrollment Level activities and sports in officially-recognized Participation on-N uesta College • • • • • G POLICIES GRADING IPTS TRANSCR GRADES C N A A- B+ B B- C+ C D+ D D- F Courses shall be graded using the grading symbols established by Title 5. Title Courses shall be graded using the grading symbols established by letter-grading evaluative fall 2008, faculty may use the following Effective symbols: A written or electronic request by the student is required to release to release the student is required by request A written or electronic available are records Cuesta College of transcripts. Official transcripts Office. to the Records the student by upon written request will be mailed within 3-5 working electronically ordered Transcripts notification most cases. An electronic in the date of request days from and notify of the status of their transcript order will inform the student request is $5.25 transcript fee for the electronic them of any holds. The mail will be mailed within by in-person and ordered Transcripts per copy. copies. days and cost $3 per copy after the first two free 7-10 working available for viewing and printing through are transcripts Unofficial requires to myCuesta Access College website. on the Cuesta myCuesta Transcripts will not be the student identification number and password. a hold on their records. for students who have produced Official transcripts from all other institutions must be submitted to Official transcripts division Lower Office prior to enrollment. Records College Cuesta regionally-accredited coursework from level) (freshman/sophomore to be transferred and may will be evaluated colleges and universities requirements, degree requirements, a certificate from meet to are College credits Cuesta non-native If certification. transfer for requirements and will be converted on the quarter tocollege or university system, these credits credits). (quarter credits/1.5=semester semester credits accreditation based on regional coursework will be evaluated Non-native College at that institution. Cuesta using the grades received standards and eligible for repetition. considers a grade of C- as substandard or transfer certification, non- for the associate degree application Upon College student will be posted to the Cuesta coursework credits native and transfer certification are for the associate degree Applications record. Office. and Records in the Admissions available Services Services NOT ection ection S ection 55041) ork Has W ubstandard ourses without S itle 5, 5, itle 19 C T itle 5, S T ode ode C ubstandard S ducation ducation E ducation Code epetition for which 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 R alifornia alifornia hrough Alleviation of C T ecorded alifornia E alifornia ourse ourses for which C C enewal R epetition ( R ecorded(C R 15 semester credits with at least a 3.0 GPA, or with at least a 3.0 GPA, 15 semester credits or with at least a 2.5 GPA, 30 semester credits with at least a 2.0 GPA. 45 semester credits

Students who have previously received a grade of “C” or better received previously who have Students justify exist that the course if special circumstances may repeat repeated under this for courses The grade awarded such repetitions. grade point section may not be counted in calculating a student’s and credits. average under this section occurs, the student’s When course repetition shall be annotated in such a manner permanent academic record legible. remains that all work Past coursework in which substandard grades (less than C/2.0) were grades (less than C/2.0) were coursework in which substandard Past grade the student’s from may be alleviated (disregarded) received present of the student’s is not reflective if the work point average of scholastic performance.level lapsed since the completion of must have A minimum of two years two than more no to apply may policy The alleviated. be to term the may receive coursework, and the student semesters of substandard only one time. academic renewal completed a the student must have alleviate course work, To minimum of: • • • The student must file a Course Alleviation form with the If the course alleviation is Office. and Records Admissions Students who receive a substandard grade (less than C/2.0) in grade a substandard who receive Students course the equivalent may repeat College Cuesta a course at the course is Once college or university. at another accredited transcript, with the institution’s official copy of that complete, an Records College’s be submitted to Cuesta grade, must repeated must be submitted with repetition petition for course Office. A College course with the Cuesta The that information as well. Cuesta the student’s from grade will be discounted substandard permanent academic The student’s College grade point average. remains that all work will be annotated in such manner record College Cuesta is clear. information legible and the repetition colleges and of other accredited actions honors the repetition their official transcripts when determining as notated on universities credits. the transfer of a student’s obtains a Request to Exceed Repeat Limit form from the Limit form from Repeat to Exceed obtains a Request Office; and Records Admissions noted on the plan a remediation meets with a counselor to develop form; a counselor or an instructor; on the form from and approval receives and of Admissions the Director on the form from approval receives of Dean Campus or the Executive Obispo Luis San at the Records Campus. County the North ork Has Been R Has ork ourse estriction on epetition of • • • • • • • • • • • Been Academic C 55044) R W R To exercise this option students must file a Request to Repeat a Course Request to this option students must file a exercise To and Records form with the Admissions of ‘C’ or Better with a Grade The by an instructor or counselor. Office after it has been approved prior to enrollment. petition must be approved unsatisfactory course grade (D, F, W, or NP) more than three times. Students Students times. three than an they received for a course in which may not register Students more NP) or W, F, (D, grade course unsatisfactory in the course until the student: registering from will be barred ducation alifornia E alifornia ork (C W IONS REGULAT

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approved by a counselor and the Director of Counseling Services, Director a counselor and the by approved as such on the student’s will be noted course work the alleviated Office. and Records the Admissions by record permanent indicating or university, college at another accredited Courses taken alleviation as eligible for course performance, are substandard institutions transfer alleviated from work Course above. mentioned College. Cuesta from requirements will apply only to graduation any other from work College is unable to alleviate Cuesta purpose of transferring to another for the records institution’s college or university. • ION PROBAT GRESS PRO DEMIC ACA Students who fail to complete courses in which they enroll may who fail to complete courses in which they enroll Students is progress College. Academic at Cuesta their enrollment jeopardize summer during the fall and spring semesters excluding monitored College is at Cuesta in a total of 12 credits session. A student enrolled at the end of a semester if the percentage probation placed on progress for which in which a student has enrolled, College credits of all Cuesta 50 percent. or exceeds reaches recorded, and “NP” are “I,” entries of “W,” for which of credits due to an excess probation A student on progress from be removed shall recorded and “NP” are “I,” entries of “W,” 50 in this category of credits below when the percentage drops probation percent. semester consecutive for the third probation A student placed on progress the college. is subject to dismissal from dismissal, the student must attend a reinstatement appeal progress To remedial contract that identifies the and sign a reinstatement workshop the If enrolled. to remain actions a student must complete in order student does not comply with the terms of the contract, the student will one semester. out” to “sit be required for Records Admissions and of Director Contact the Office of the additional information. Students who earn unsatisfactory grades may jeopardize their enrollment their enrollment who earn unsatisfactory grades may jeopardize Students during the fall is monitored achievement College. Academic at Cuesta summer session. A student is placed on and spring semesters excluding semester end of a semester if the student’s at the academic probation scale. on a four-point than 2.0, or “C-average,” is less grade point average semesters consecutive two for GPA 2.0 a than less earns who student A the purpose of this section, the college. For is subject to dismissal from pattern of on the basis of the student’s consecutive considered semesters are Cuesta attend a student earning less than a 2.0 in fall 2006 and example, For enrollment. not did student the if dismissal to subject be would 2007 fall 2008. during Spring to attend the subsequent semester. not allowed students are Dismissed regaining eligibility for for one full semester before “sit out” They must enrollment. dismissal, the student must attend a reinstatement appeal academic To the remedial contract identifying and sign a reinstatement workshop The student shall enrolled. to remain actions they must complete in order earned when the semester GPA Dismissal Academic from be removed not comply with the terms of the the student does If is 2.0 or higher. one semester. out” to “sit contract, the student will be required Services Services 21 D LOA

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Equal to or greater than 48.0 credits. to or greater Equal and less than 48.0 than 24.0 credits to or greater Equal credits. and less than 24.0 than 12.0 credits to or greater Equal credits. Less than 12.0 credits. ttendance STUDENT A registration for students on the basis of need are required. The following The following required. need are on the basis of for students registration registration access: priority list identifies Cuesta continuing who are for graduation PRIORITY 1: Applicants or certificate degree remaining and will complete College students only one-time receive (Students semester. within the requirements classification.) priority in this local high schools who are from seniors PRIORITY 2: Graduating the application deadline and apply by matriculation through processed (fall only). eligible students participatingPRIORITY in Disabled 3: Documented and Services Opportunity Programs (DSPS), Extended Program Student dependents receiving Veterans’ and Veterans and Services (EOPS), students Program, Cuesta College, CalWORKs benefits to attend VA during the semester of active Athletics participating in Intercollegiate team participation, ASCC leaders, students in the Re-entryProgram, Assisted Learning students serving as Facilitator Program, Pre-nursing faculty retired staff, faculty, facilitators, student employees, (FAL) and dependent children, and staff having earned emeritus distinction; spouses, and partners of faculty or staff. priority College students will receive PRIORITY 4: Continuing Cuesta College credits based on the total number of Cuesta registration increments: completed. Credit A full-time student is a student who is enrolled in a minimum of 12 in A full-time student is a student who is enrolled enrolled per summer session). Students per semester (four credits credits Students to be less than full-time. considered are in fewer than 12 credits during the fall and spring limited to a maximum of 19 credits are during the summer session), including both day semesters (nine credits than the maximum number of credits, take more To classes. and evening obtain and must an outstanding academic record a student must have registering. a counselor before from approval 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 students, including high school enrichment and PRIORITY 5: First-time new matriculation and who apply re-entry through students, processed application deadline. the by for and transfer students who apply returning, PRIORITY 6: First-time, periods. during open access registration admission and register depends completion of scholastic work and successful progress Normal expected to attend all classes and are attendance. Students upon regular set an attendance Instructors registered. laboratories for which they are and know to responsibility policy for each class, and it is the student’s a class a student from may drop comply with each one. Instructors a seat in the class, assure (To for infractions of the attendance policy. advised to attend the first class session.) students are from a course to officially withdraw responsibility is the student’s It to officially withdraw which the student is no longer attending. Failure in an “F” or failing grade. The “F” will be a class may result from instructor. the grade and can only be changed by a valid considered POLICY egistration STUDENTS A student with less than 30 semester of college credit credits A student who has completed 30 or college credit of semester credits more for 12 or more A student enrolled semester) Spring (Fall, credits for four or more A student enrolled summer session credits in less than 12 A student enrolled semester) Spring (Fall, credits in less than four A student enrolled credits summer session A non-high school graduate under 18 of age who is concurrently years attending high school and Cuesta College. OF

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EN REGISTRATION ION CLASSIFICAT PRIORITY OP Board Policy 6009 Priority R 6009 Priority Policy Board To regulate the availability of limited class space, provide for fairness, of limited class space, provide the availability regulate To priority to provide procedures process, and facilitate the registration Registration into Cuesta College courses begins in June for the fall College courses begins in June into Cuesta Registration for summer session. and April for spring semester, November semester, through the web primarily over is available College registration Cuesta scheduled prior to the start of dates are registration Walk-in myCuesta. each new term. encouraged to attend an assessment of college students are First-time in Cuesta to registering and math skills and an orientation prior English College courses. 6009 Policy College Board is based on Cuesta to registration Access below. shown of limited class regulates the availability Policy Registration Priority The process. space in a fair manner to facilitate the registration It is the policy of Cuesta College to offer classes to any person who has is the policy of Cuesta It approved as officially been admitted and who meets course prerequisites or the California Trustees, of the local Board of California, State the by 5. Title Code Education below. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student student of the entire rates the success represent do not rates These below. for student outcomes College, nor do they account at Cuesta population tracking period. this three-year occurring after attained a percent 31.28% upon the cohort defined above, Based during a three-year ‘transfer-prepared’ or became certificate or degree ‘transfer- who are 2007. Students to Spring 2004 Fall period, from of 2.0 or with a GPA completed 60 transferable credits have prepared’ better. to transferred 30.04% percent on the cohort above, defined Based another postsecondary certificate, institution, prior to attaining a degree, period, from during a five-semester or becoming ‘transfer-prepared’ 2007. 2005 to Spring Spring Freshman: Freshman: Sophomore: Full-time: Part-time: Student: Enrichment Cuesta College Cuesta tudents Cuesta College Cuesta QUISITES CORE D AND IPTS TRANSCR

valuation - Prerequisites valuation ranscript E OFFICIAL S PREREQUISITE T Challenge for Continuing S Corequisite Prerequisite/ withdrawal from courses. The student must verify such orders at the time at the time verify such orders must courses. The student from withdrawal this college policy will withdrawing under Students of the withdrawal. and which they withdraw for each course from a grade of “MW” receive college fees paid to the of all enrollment to a full refund shall be entitled has been awarded. credit unless academic All applicants pursuing degrees, certificates, Financial aid, or transfer certificates, degrees, All applicants pursuing work. of all prior high school and college must submit official transcripts and College Admissions to be forwarded to the Cuesta are Transcripts Office. Records property of Cuesta considered submitted to the college are Transcripts to students or other colleges or agencies. released College and will not be and advisories is to enhance a corequisites The purpose of prerequisites, is a course course. A prerequisite desired chance of success in a student’s skill or prior experience) that a student must pass (or must (or equivalent is a course. A corequisite advanced in a more enrolling possess) before at the same time as (or before) course in which a student must enroll is completion of a prerequisite course. Successful in the desired enrolling An advisory is a course a final course grade of “C” or better. by achieved enrolling to take before that a student is encouraged (but not required) as music addition, some courses — such course. In advanced in a more — limit performance, athletics, and honors programs intercollegiate procedure. based on an audition or other screening enrollment copies of a high school and/or College, two at Cuesta enroll To before at least two weeks college transcript (if any) should be obtained (sealed) copy and copy must be an official for classes. One registration Office. This copy will and Records is to be submitted to the Admissions again to the student or the college and cannot be released by be retained another institution. is to be hand-carried An unofficial copy (not sealed in envelop) activities to student to all advising and walk-in registration the by been met with courses have that the necessaryvalidate prerequisite on to rely advised NOT strongly are Students a “C” grade or better. In such class begins. forwardedbefore transcripts the final fewweeks Luis cases, the student should contact Counseling Services at the San County Campus, Campus, (805) 546-3138, or at the North Obispo Office, (805) 546-3141, to clear (805) 591-6225; or the Evaluations a copy of the course The student may need to provide any prerequisites. college or out-of-state college. the catalog of a private description from course, in an advanced to enroll Continuing students will be allowed at Cuesta enrolled currently if they are without a Challenge Petition, to the student fails for that course. If prerequisite College in the required course, the student a grade of “C” or higher in that prerequisite receive course. in the prerequisite course and reregister the advanced must drop course, the student will be the advanced the student neglects to drop If course. the advanced from dropped administratively course will need in the prerequisite (repeat) wishing to reenroll Students Course to gain access to a Substandard to Repeat to complete a Petition in received for the course. This petition will discount the grade register course at the for the repeated processed the initial class once grades are end of the term. D AND

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ilitary G NG PPI DRO WITHDRA Auditing G ADDING M Any student leaving the college after registering must officially withdraw Any student leaving the college after registering the college, a student obtain a withdrawal from To the institution. from the or complete myCuesta through their courses on the web must drop Office, and and Records in the Admissions forms provided appropriate submit them for processing. a “W” a class without receiving A student may drop grade if the drop semester of the semester for regular the fourth by Friday is processed of the class for shortcourses or within the first 20 percent courses and summer session courses. a class with a “W” of the A student may drop 60 percent grade before semester or session has been completed. PERIOD INSTRUCTIONAL Fall/spring semester Fall/spring session Summer course Short a grade other than a and an “F” is “W” must be awarded, Thereafter, likely if the student has not arranged with the instructor to complete in the available forms are Drop minimum course requirements. the Office at any campus location and on and Records Admissions site. College web Cuesta may be made week classes after the end of the twelfth from Withdrawal and to the Admissions upon petition based on extenuating circumstances Extenuating valid documentation. office and with appropriate Records other cases of accidents, illnesses, or verified are circumstances Title of the student (California Code the control beyond circumstances 55758). 5, Section Military withdrawal occurs when a student who is a member of an active military compelling a service orders States receives or reserve United Auditing is permitted in classes on a space-available basis only. Admission Admission basis only. a space-available is permitted in classes on Auditing Students is required. approval Instructor not required. applications are at any available are Forms grades. Audit or who audit earn no credits or Student Cashier, Records, and campus in the Admissions Cuesta Services offices. plus any course fee listed in the class $15 per audit credit are fees Audit the first three receive or more in ten credits enrolled schedule. Students wishing to audit must delay payment of fees Students free. audit credits Office payments may be submitted to the Cashier’s to add a class. Audit County campuses. or North Obispo Luis at the San Students must add classes by the end of the second week of instruction week the end of the second by must add classes Students class meeting for short the second courses or by semester for regular instruction Once summer session courses. courses and begins, instructor instructor-arranged will course transfers Necessary is required. approval to officially order In deadline for adding. the normal beyond be allowed or submit registration may add using web add a course, the student by the deadline, Office and Records forms to the Admissions appropriate with instructor approval. Services Services

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s gram Pro ollege T POLICIES POLICIES districT regulations STUDENT ion Nondiscriminat C FINAL Unlawful D Unlawful A waiver of the limitation on remedial course work may be provided may be provided work course limitation on remedial of the A waiver the toward progress significant measurable who shows to any student in college- enrollment student’s to the skills appropriate of development and by transcripts, pre- defined is progress courses. Measurable level an educational toward demonstrated progress post-test measures, as goals and objectives of education or social progress goal sustaining is granted, a waiver (SEP). If Plan Educational documented in a Student and would normally be one academic year exceed its duration should not duration. of one semester’s as a Second English courses of in one or more enrolled Students by the district as having a learning identified Language (ESL) or students limitation (California the 30-semester-credit from exempt disability are 55756.5). 5, Section Title Code Education Students are held individually responsible for the information contained for the information contained responsible held individually are Students Code of Conduct. College Catalog and in the Student in the Cuesta will not exempt and comply with college regulations to read Failure penalties they may incur. whatever students from District College Obispo County Community Luis San The policy of the no in which environment an educational and employment is to provide access to the benefits of person shall be unlawfully denied full and equal on the basis of ethnic group or be unlawfully subjected to discrimination ancestry, religion, age, sex, race, color, identification, national origin, or in any program sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability any or that receives by, funded directly by, activity that is administered of Governors of State Chancellor or Board the financial assistance from the California Community Colleges. District Obispo County Community College Luis San The policy of the from free environment an educational and employment is to provide and other verbal for sexual favors, requests sexual advances, unwelcome or physical conduct or communications constituting sexual harassment. students, or other persons acting on behalf of the District Employees, by who engage in unlawful discrimination as defined in this policy or state or federal law may be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge, expulsion, or termination of. County Community College Obispo Luis the San so providing, In of California Government implements the provisions hereby District Act in Education Equity 11139.5, the Sex Code sections 11135 through of 1964 VI of the Civil Rights Act Title Code, § 66250 et seq.), (Ed. Amendments of 1972 IX of the Education Title (42 U.S.C. § 2000d), of 1973 (29 Act 504 of the Rehabilitation (20 U.S.C. § 1681), Section of 1990 (42 U.S.C. § Act U.S.C. § 794), the Americans with Disabilities (42 U.S.C. § 6101). 4 Act 12100 et seq.) and the Age Discrimination Final examinations will be given in all courses at the end of each in all courses examinations will be given Final listed in short times are and course, or summer session. Dates semester, College website. the schedule of classes and on the Cuesta ION LIMITAT

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A prerequisite/corequisite is not reasonably available to a student available is not reasonably A prerequisite/corequisite is available (SEP). Reasonably Plan Educational with a Student in any scheduled course within the last defined as any open seat(s) two semesters. was established in violation of prerequisite the The student believes prerequisite/ or in violation of the district-approved state regulations process. corequisite is discriminatory the prerequisite/corequisite The student believes Discriminatory is or being applied in a discriminatory manner. being arbitrarily enforced defined as prerequisites/corequisites of students and not with other(s) or having a with some group(s) disproportionate impact on a particular of students. group upon a multiple based The student has the documented knowledge transcript, syllabus, or assessment (certificate of proficiency, measure to succeed in the copies of exams/challenge examination) of ability course without meeting the listed prerequisite(s). at another institution for which A student is completing work proof provide The student must yet available. not final grades are by submitting in the class The student may enroll of enrollment. of accessing myCuesta form in advance Challenge the Prerequisite student The activity. registration walk-in the at or registration online is required the course if the minimum grade from will be dropped grade is not submitted not met and/or the transcript with minimum by the deadline date. and verified • • • • • REMEDIAL hallenge Procedures hallenge C Corequisite Prerequisite/ A student who has completed 30 credits of remedial course work, but course work, of remedial A student who has completed 30 credits shall be work, who has not attained full eligibility for college-level education courses to non-credit the college and referred dismissed from has been granted. unless a waiver basic skills courses to pre-collegiate refers course work Remedial courses, the purpose of which is to credit designated as non-degree transfer, for successful completion of associate degrees, students prepare are specifically designed to meet or certificate courses. These courses students so that the quality and rigor of the the needs of underprepared curriculum is protected. associate degree Students have the right to challenge course prerequisites. They have the have They course prerequisites. the right to challenge have Students to support documentation their challenge. provide to responsibility explanation of a written Challenge requires A Prerequisite/Corequisite which, in the student’s or abilities) (background work course alternative student for the course. the opinion, adequately prepares the from Challenge form can be obtained A Prerequisite/Corequisite campus and the Obispo Luis San Office on the and Records Admissions North campus. County Services Office on the Student may include one or for challenging a prerequisite/corequisite Reasons of the following: more additional information concerning the prerequisite/corequisite/ For of Counseling, (805) advisory contact the Director course process, Department.546-3147, or make an appointment at the Counseling form, the student Challenge” filing a “Prerequisite/Corequisite Upon The is processed. in the challenged class once the form may enroll in the challenged class online for enrolling student takes responsibility The student will be this form at walk-in registration. presenting by not submitted by are if the transcripts and/or grades requested dropped that the the deadline date or if the transcripts/grades submitted reflect was not met. prerequisite Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta 1575 R

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SEXUAL Definition SEXUAL Procedures Regs., Title 5, § 59300 et seq.; Revised Sexual Harassment Guidance: Guidance: Harassment Sexual et seq.; Revised 5, § 59300 Title Regs., or Third Students, Other Employees, School by Students of Harassment January 19, 2001. Rights, IX, Office of Civil Title Parties, 3/4/92) (Approved: 10/3/01, 3/5/03) 12/6/00, (Revised: Cuesta College is committed to maintaining a safe campus, a campus Cuesta of violence. All persons who come onto of violence and the threat free expected to college are the the campus or onto any facility maintained by and consideration. others with respect treat College will not tolerate any physical or sexual assault or threat Cuesta “Sexual harassment” means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for requests advances, sexual means unwelcome harassment” “Sexual visual, or physical conduct of a sexual and other verbal, sexual favors, or in the educational in the workplace or someone from made by nature, is not limited to: setting, and includes but physical, and/or visual contacts verbal, unsolicited written, 1. Making of sexual harassment which appear in a (Examples with sexual overtones. or obscene letters, not limited to: suggestive are written form include, but include, but are sexual harassment of verbal notes, invitations. Examples objects or display of sexually aggressive not limited to: leering, gestures, cartoons, or posters.) pictures, that the after being informed sexual interest 2. Continuing to express is unwelcomed. interest of reprisal or implied threats of reprisal, threats reprisals, 3. Making are examples following The of harassing behavior. a rebuff following place: implying or of this type of sexual harassment within the work actually withholding grades earned or deserved; suggesting that a poor performance will be written; or suggesting that a scholarship evaluation or college application will be denied. recommendation sexual behavior within the in explicit or implicit coercive 4. Engaging influence, or affect the which is used to control, environment work environment. work and/or salary, career, employee’s sexual behavior within the in explicit or implicit coercive 5. Engaging or affect the influence, that is used to control, educational environment educational opportunities, of a learning environment grades, and/or student. benefits, such as grades or educational or employment 6. Offering favors assignments, performance favorable favorable evaluations, or promotions, in exchange reclassifications duties or shifts, recommendations, favorable for sexual favors. complaints shall be the same as those for investigating Procedures Grievance Discrimination 1565 Unlawful Policy outlined in Board Procedure. Harassment Sexual Revised 5, § 59311; Title Cal. Code Regs., Authority: Other School Employees, by of Students Harassment Guidance: January 19, Title IX, Office of Civil Rights, Parties, or Third Students, 2001. 7/31/81) (Approved: 10/6/87, 5/4/88, 11/20/91, 10/3/01) (Revised: 1575 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 HARASSMENT

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etaliation etaliation SEXUAL R R Freedom Academic It is unlawful for anyone to retaliate against someone who files a to retaliate is unlawful for anyone It sexual harassment or other unlawful discrimination complaint, who or complaint, who participates a matter for investigation in an refers or serves as an advocate of a complaint, who represents investigation or who otherwise furthers the for an alleged victim or alleged offender, principles of this unlawful discrimination policy. § 106; Cal. Code 20 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.; 34 C.F.R. Authority: The policy of the San Luis Obispo County Community College District College Obispo County Community Luis San The policy of the from free environment an educational and employment is to provide or physical verbal for sexual favors, requests sexual advances, unwelcome conduct or communications constituting sexual harassment. Employees, who engage students, or other persons acting on behalf of the District by state or federal law in sexual harassment as defined in this policy or shall be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge, expulsion, or termination of contract. Code, § 66281.5; 20 Ed. 5, § 59326; Title Cal. Code Regs., Authority: U.S.C. § 1681 et seq. It is unlawful for anyone to retaliate against someone who files an against someone who retaliate to is unlawful for anyone It a matter for investigation who refers complaint, unlawful discrimination who participatesor complaint, complaint, of a in an investigation or servesalleged an alleged victim or for as an advocate who represents or who otherwise furthers this unlawful the principles of offender, discrimination policy. § 106; Cal. Code seq.; 34 C.F.R. 20 U.S.C. § 1681 et Authority: Guidance: Harassment Sexual 5, § 59300 et seq.; Revised Title Regs., or Third Students, Other School Employees, by of Students Harassment January 19, 2001. for Civil Rights, IX, Office Title Parties, Code, §§ 5, § 59300; Gov. Title Cal. Code Regs., Authority: § 66250 et seq.; 42 U.S.C. § 2000d; 20 Code, 11135-11139.5; Ed. § 794; 42 U.S.C. § 12100 et seq.; 42 U.S.C. U.S.C. § 1681; 29 U.S.C. § 6101. District Board Obispo County Community College Luis San The freedom, but its commitment to academic reaffirms Trustees of any form of unlawful does not allow that academic freedom recognizes that an essential function of education is recognized discrimination. It of opinions and an exploration of ideas that may cause is a probing academic that is further recognized discomfort to some students. It right right to teach and the student’s the faculty’s insures freedom shall be nothing in these policies and procedures to learn. Finally, for a specific requirements bona fide academic to prohibit interpreted course or activity. community college program, unlawful discrimination complaints containing issues When investigating County Community College Obispo Luis the San of academic freedom, the Academic by will consult with a faculty member appointed District to contemporary for course with respect standards practices and Senate content and delivery. College (1995) 883 F.Supp. Valley Bernardino San v. Cohen Reference: in part revd. on other grounds, 1407, 1412-1414, affd. in part and 5, § 59302. Title Regs., 968; Cal. Code (1996) 92 F.3d Services Services Y UIS TION A GE Y COLLE TIONS, 25 TION A A DISCRIMIN

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OF tudent Code of Conduct tandard of Conduct tandard D ARD D STAN S Scope of Application S 6200) The following examples of conduct are considered unacceptable and shall unacceptable considered examples of conduct are The following but not limited to removal, constitute just cause for discipline including suspension or expulsion of a student. not limited to, cheating, plagiarism, or including, but 1. Dishonesty, furnishing false information to the college; knowingly or alteration, or misuse of college documents, records, 2. Forgery, identification; obstructing,3. Disrupting, or interfering with instructional, or other functions or activities of the college; disciplinary, administrative, or or assault of any person on District-owned abuse, threat, 4. Physical or supervised property or at college-sponsored controlled functions; or or endangers the health or safety of any such conduct which threatens person; District damaging, or attempting to steal, or to damage 5. Stealing, receiving facilities or knowingly property on District property or private property on campus. property or private stolen District entry into or occupancy of any buildings or other 6. Unauthorized or otherwise of the under the control leased by, rented, facilities owned, college; possession or use of any personal property or equipment 7. Unauthorized of the college; including, but of college policies or of campus regulations, Violation 8. concerning student organizations, not limited to, campus regulations the use of college facilities, or the time, place, and manner of public expression; conduct or lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct or 9. Disorderly expression; of college officials acting in the to comply with directions 10. Failure performance of their duties; or use of illegal drugs, the attempt to purchase, use of any 11. Possession, substances. or other controlled alcoholic beverages, misdemeanor or infraction 12. Any act which is defined as a felony, of California or which violates any duly- under the laws of the State of the college. adopted rule or regulation These rules apply to all actions of students of the college on District These on of students of the college rules apply to all actions the college or registered by property at all activities sponsored and campuses or other on or off the whether occurring student organizations, instructional sites. obligation to conduct College assume an attending Cuesta Students Code of Conduct with the Student in a manner compatible themselves Computer Student and the Regulations, Honesty and Academic Agreement. Access Technology his or her class for good cause from a student An instructor remove may Code meeting (Educational and the next class for the day of removal removal report instructor76032 and 76033). The the shall immediately action. During Servicesappropriate for of Student President Vice to the to the class from be returned a student shall not the period of removal, of the instructor concurrence without the which her or she was removed of the class. is neglecting the work class a student who An instructor from may drop of the course. cy 1580) Policy d (Boar instructor 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ASSAULT

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ty of of authority SEXUAL The Board of Trusteesregulations for student shall establish rules and of The Board conduct while on campus and/or engaged in any college-sponsored activity. Services responsible for enforcing Student shall be of President Vice The for all activities of students at times and places rules and regulations individual that under college jurisdiction, except when students are to suspend students for good cause for the power given teachers are plus up to one additional class of the subject school day, the remainder Servicesresponsible Student is designee or of President Vice The meeting. for administering disciplinary functions. manner acceptable an in themselves conduct to expected are students All and Cuesta regulations, representing while on campus or at off-campus sites and when and rules Specific activity. off-campus any in College provided are 76033), Code of Conduct (California applicable penalties for violation of the Student and 76030, 66300, sections V, Title Code college of Education aware be to responsibility the has student Each section. this in regulations. Cuesta College is committed to maintaining a safe campus, a campus College is committed to Cuesta violence. All persons who come onto of of violence and the threat free expected to the college are facility maintained by the campus or onto any and consideration. others with respect treat any physical or sexual assault or threat College will not tolerate Cuesta rape, on its campus or at facilities of assault, including acquaintance that cause to believe is probable there Where the college. maintained by been violated, sexual assault have prohibiting regulations the college’s its own action through investigative the college will pursue vigorous channels. Disciplinary actions include the possibility of suspension or the college. dismissal from charged with sexual assault can be prosecuted A student or employee under the college’s under California penal code statutes and disciplined if the criminal justice Even policy. Conduct and board Code of Student the college can pursue disciplinaryauthorities choose not to prosecute, action. to is committed to doing everything College within its power Cuesta occurring and disciplining assailants when sexual assaults from prevent rape or other assault occurs on campus property or at college-sponsored and compassionate services prompt to students, and to provide events, raped or otherwisefaculty and staff who are sexually assaulted. The and staff college is furtherthat students, faculty, committed to ensuring affected for bringing forward of rape or sexual a charge adversely not are assault. staff, and for students, faculty, a safe environment to provide order In composed of program guests, the college has established a multifaceted and education guidelines, services prevention for procedures, response victims, and sanctions. forth all the following to both the complainant and the State Chancellor: and the State to both the complainant forth the following all cause to believe is probable there as to whether 1. The determination allegation in the complaint; to each with respect occurred discrimination from similar problems to prevent if any, of actions taken, 2. A description the future; occurring in and of the complaint; resolution 3. The proposed Trustees and of District Board appeal to the right to 4. The complainant’s Chancellor. the State Services Services

d (Boar 27 MANNER D AND , , 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 , PLACE , TIME : : cy 6200.1) i accordance with copyright, trademark, and licensing agreements agreements and licensing trademark, with copyright, accordance and restrictions; electronic in themselves and representing identifying Accurately and transactions; messages, files, removable or other floppy disk, zip disk on a all work Saving instructed unless drive so to do and not on the hard storage media the instructor;by inserted into they are disks before lab technicians to scan Allowing the safety of the computers; insure to as a precaution the disk drive personnel for assistance if College Cuesta Asking appropriate system. unfamiliar with the operating protection, software software, equipment, data, Damaging encryption on applications and files; including, restriction or (such as viruses, or destructive programs invasive introducing horses); Trojan worms, and use of accounts, access codes, or unauthorized Disrupting or identification numbers; passwords, or disrupting and the use of computer technology Impeding game playing, sending an excessive by communications resources number of messages, sending messages of or unreasonable printing (with large attachments); making or size unreasonable of documents, files, data, or programs; copies excessive and/or license agreements; copyrights, trademarks, Violating account, ID number, using or copying another user’s Accessing, files, data, or e-mail without prior electronic password, others; such use by authorization; or allowing technology and communications resources computer District Using libelous, threatening, in any unlawful manner including fraudulent, or distributing obscene, or harassing communications; procuring, obscene or pornographic material; or local, network, or attempting to circumvent Circumventing security measures; remote Altering or attempting to alter system software; without Computer Altering or attempting to alter system hardware Services approval technology computer into hack or crash to attempting or Modifying or communications resources; portions of any or attempting to access restricted Accessing to do so; unless authorized operating system or security software to do so; unless authorized software or removing Installing for computer technology and/or communications resources Using or other personal purposes; commercial private that has not been placed in the public domain Copying software copying, inspecting, changing, altering, and distributed as freeware; or distributing proprietary files, disks, or software data programs, without authorization; the use of self in one’s identifying and/or representing Falsely computer technology and communications resources. General Principle: Students have the right of free expression, expression, the right of free have Students Principle: General with, to the extent that it interferes and action except advocacy, EECH 3. 4. 5. 6. • Pol SP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. C. Prohibitions not limited to: include, but are Prohibitions or copy and disclose information entered review, District may access, The in computer technology and communications resources. retained A. Speech and Advocacy A. Speech ishonesty: echnology Access Agreement echnology Access T Copying from another student’s exam another student’s Copying from student during a test to another answers Giving devices during an exam when prohibited notes or electronic Using a test for someone else Taking e.g. copying a own, as your work another student’s Submitting own work computer file that contains another student’s computer another student to copy/use your allowing Knowingly own work file(s) as his or her Completing an assignment for another student thoughts, words, other people’s or “kidnapping” Plagiarizing through them not acknowledging speeches or artistic by works documentation proper Complete course assignments; Conduct academic research; Communicate with faculty and students. and accounts, designated ID, passwords/PIN, only their own Using and account information and keeping IDs, passwords/PIN, recommended that users change their passwords/ It is confidential. periodically; PIN in materials, including shareware, and electronic software Using xamples of Academic D xamples of Academic tudent Computer • • • • • • • • 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. Academic Honesty Academic E S Non-students or persons not affiliated with the college who interfere, college who interfere, affiliated with the or persons not Non-students obstruct, interrupt, the college or the operation of from or detract subject are objectives of its educational or community the promotion Code, Section Penal of California action under the State to criminal 602.10. Students community. is essential to the academic Honesty Academic truthful, and trustworthy. be fair, Colllege faculty expect that Cuesta values. these same College students share Cuesta The faculty expect that cheating, plagiarizing, or by who violate these principles Students subject to disciplinary dishonest ways are acting in other academically dishonest behavior. some examples of academically are Below procedures. your instructor. situation, ask unclear about a specific are you If students caught being academically of the instructor, discretion the At in question, a failing grade on the assignments dishonest may receive this, the Beyond the class, or be failed in the course. from be dropped student may be subject to disciplinary the action as determined by Services or designee. An appeals process of Student President Vice President of Vice the office of the to the student through is available any that the faculty member report is recommended Services. It Student Services or of Student President Vice acts of academic dishonesty to the designee. This is to communicate what other users, instructors, and the technology expects of students when using college computer District in to conform to these stipulations can result and facilities. Failure in the use of computer of regulations disciplinaryViolations action. with the college Academic in accordance technology will be addressed in for reference available Code of Conduct Policies, and Student Honesty Services. Student copies from requesting the college catalog or by for the purpose of provided Computer technology and facilities are completing academic requirements. may use the technology and facilities to: A. Students Responsibilities B. User not limited to: include, but are responsibilities User Cuesta College Cuesta cy Policy Cuesta College Cuesta cy 6200.3) Policy d (Boar d (Boar S ION AT GANIZ OR DISCIPLINE Warning: Notice to the student(s) that continuation or repetition or repetition to the student(s) that continuation Notice Warning: of specified conduct may be cause for further disciplinary action. regulation. of specified for violation reprimand Written Censure: participation from in privileges Exclusion Disciplinary Probation: or extracurricular college activities as set forth in the notice of disciplinary for a specified period of time. probation of for damage to or misappropriation Reimbursement Restitution: service may take the form of appropriate Reimbursement property. or otherwise replace, compensate for damages. to repair, classes and other privileges or from Exclusion Suspension: Interim activities as set forth in the notice of interim suspension, pending final determination of an alleged violation. classes and other privileges or activities from Exclusion Suspension: as set forth in the notice of suspension for a definite period of time. status for an indefinite period. of student Termination Dismissal: Cuesta College with the readmitted to The student(s) may be or designee. Superintendent/President’s of the specific approval of student status without termination Permanent Expulsion: possibility of readmission. when such conduct A student(s) may be disciplined for improper conduct is a part of any college activity. ServicesStudent or designee may appoint of President Vice The student, individual, or committee advisors, to consider faculty, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. STUDENT STUDENT 6200.2) A. Types of Discipline Types A. of Discipline: B. Administration 1. Registration of Student Organizations: An organization in which An organization Organizations: Student of 1. Registration academic, and administrative is limited to students, membership active by student organization registered college may become a staff of the the Associated by established procedures complying with the registration Services, of Student President Vice College and the of Cuesta Students name of the organization, its purposes, its which shall include the information as may be specified in campus officers, and such other regulations. are organizations Student of Conduct and Discipline: 2. Standard and are and campus regulations to comply with college policies required other discipline for violation of or of registration subject to revocation such policies or regulations. use the name A student organization shall not of College Name: 3. Use name. as a part of its own thereof, College, or abbreviations of Cuesta may state that its membership is student organization A registered Cuesta College but shall composed of students or students and staff of of the college or with its not indicate or imply that it is acting on behalf or sponsorship. approval student Registered Organizations: Student by Facilities of College 4. Use and activities in organizations may use college facilities for meetings Vice The of College Facilities. 7850 Use Policy with Board accordance for fund Services designee may grant approval or of Student President participants,raising, recruiting posting and distributing literature. same organizations shall be extended the religious student Registered federal as limited by organizations, except privileges as other registered and state law. student organizations may Registered on Issues: Positions Taking 5. make it clear in so doing take and publish positions on issues, and shall the views the student of the college or of not representing that they are or of the student association as a whole. government 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 28

That the meeting be chaired by a person approved by the Vice Vice by the by a person approved That the meeting be chaired Services designee; and/or or of Student President the audience. That the speaker be subject to questions from Services of Student President Vice shall be the intent of the It of a variety opportunity for the expression or designee to assure Policy Board in those specified prohibited of viewpoints, except Facilities. of College 7850, Use obstructs, interrupts, of the college or the operation from or detracts objectives. of its educational or community the promotion place, and manner The time, Regulations: Manner and Place, Time, described in within the limits advocacy speech and of exercising the by be subject to prior approval shall Statement the General an be approved, To Services or designee. Student of President Vice with college conduct, non-interference orderly activity will require or and identification of sponsoring groups functions or activities, open discussion areas. or more for one individuals, and shall provide all students. by will be exercised taste” is expected that “good It ServicesStudent shall provide or designee of President Vice The on campus against practices that to persons protection reasonable would make them involuntary audiences. student organizations may invite Registered Speakers: Non-college meetings on campus only upon address non-college speakers to Superintendent/President of the approval prior notification and college facilities if deny the use of available or designee, who may to be incompatible with the educational the meeting is deemed students and established policies of the college. Individual objectives student registered not qualified as which have or student groups to address organizations may not invite non-college speakers meetings on campus. Services or designee of Student President Vice the Whenever in furtherance and considers it appropriate of educational objectives may be required: established policies, the following • • • for the discussion of all issues or would be available area The entire discussed in normal speaking voice. philosophies, which are be handed out to individuals but may not be left may Brochures appropriate without in stacks or posted on school bulletin boards those who to be picked up by are brochures All discarded approvals. distributed them. without prior approval amplification equipment will be allowed No Services or designee. of Student President Vice the by any illegal activity or which advocate speakers or brochures No would be States of the United of the Government the overthrow Area. Speech to use the Free allowed President will be under the supervisionVice speech areas of the Free Services or designee. of Student with the activities of students or others speakers may interfere No Areas. Speech using the designated Free • • • • • • • • • B. Speakers and Political Events Not Sponsored by Student Student by Sponsored Not Events and Political B. Speakers Organizations: Areas: Speech Free Campus: Obispo Luis San the cafeteria; Behind Patio - College Cuesta 1. The Pole Area; Flag 2. The Center. Tech on north side of High 3. Grass-slope Campus: County North of campus courtyard. area 1. Flagpole Services Services

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One or more members of the Appeals Committee have, prior to have, Committee of the Appeals members or more One evidence and the will evaluate Superintendent/President The has/ to whether the student(s) formed an opinion as the hearing, with which charged; and committed the acts not or has/have have all supportivemust include evidence. (15) student within fifteen in writing to the submit findings appeal. the days after receiving working • • Trustees of of appeal to the Board student has the final right Every has been imposed. when dismissal or expulsion Trustees of may be made to the Board A final written appeal of the within thirty days of the written response working (30) the evidence and will evaluate The Board Superintendent/President. its decision within thirty (30) days of the initial meeting of render is discussed. at which the matter the Board That the student must participate in an approved drug or alcohol That the student must participate in an approved for the duration of his/her program and rehabilitation treatment studies. nursing program That evidence of satisfactory will be and progress attendance scheduled basis. to the college on a regularly provided as That the student will consent to periodic random drug screening program. and rehabilitation part of the treatment all medications under direct student will give That the impaired supervision access to keys to not have and that the student will medications. to the conditions of the contract That if the student fails to adhere as with any other will be followed the same procedure for retention, of the violation will be the circumstances student on probation; the nursing faculty as a whole; and recommendations by reviewed of or dismissal will be made to the Director for the retention who will then make the decision after advising Programs, Nursing Services. of Student President Vice the • • • • • • • ASSOCIATE d (Boar DE CO Level III Level The Board of Trustees determines that the following policies govern policies govern Trustees determines that the following of The Board the participation students in the Associate of alcohol- or drug-impaired Program. Nursing Degree program, in addition to offering an academic 1. The nursing program, of The safety of patients under the care includes clinical course work. of Director The instructor and the student nurses must be assured. a action to remove corrective may take immediate Programs Nursing alcoholism or drug the clinical program by abuse from student impaired his/her conduct and performanceif the student demonstrates by in the and safety of patients clinical setting that he/she is a danger to the health under his/her care. the Director by students considered and due process, 2. After evaluation drugs by or alcohol will be allowed to be impaired Programs of Nursing as long as they work, to continue their studies, including clinical course the college and the of a contract between to the provisions adhering are retention. student for the student’s will not be condition is confidential and on the student’s 3. Information when necessary safety of patients under disclosed except the to protect of student nurses. the care the student, by will be developed 4. An individual contract of retention and shall specify: of Nursing therapist, and the Director rehabilitation A written statement of charges to the student(s); A written statement of opportunity at the meeting for the student(s) to A reasonable and the student(s) not been followed have procedures Required is insufficient evidence to support the decision of the There the charges; personally answer been demonstrably damaged; has/have Committee; Appeals potential disciplinaryauthority for but has the final action, that expulsion requires except of student discipline administration of the college. the Superintendent/President by approval ServicesStudent impose or designee may of President Vice The that to believe is reason when there herein provided any discipline exist for such discipline. grounds substantial which does not terminate the term of any discipline During policies, continue to be subject to District student status, students and procedures. regulations, charged with Students conference/notice: Pre-discipline written notice to meet with the with misconduct shall be provided the basis Services or designee regarding of Student President Vice for possible disciplinaryleast at action. The notice must be given to the scheduled appointment. (24) hours prior twenty-four Services Student or of President Vice The meeting with the designee should include: • • within Appeals Committee, The student(s) shall file with the filing of a notice (24) hours (one school day) following twenty-four response to each of the of intention to appeal, a specific written shall not respond charges. Any charge to which the student(s) does be deemed to be true. appointed Appeals Committee shall include a hearing officer The of (Vice administrator President Superintendent/President, the by Services may not serve), the faculty member appointed by Student the appointed by and a student representative Senate, Academic College. of Cuesta Associated Students not earlier Committee shall be convened A meeting of the Appeals (24) hours after submission of the student’s than twenty-four to the charges, to hear the appeal and to make a decision response in the case. Appeals Committee is not a judicial the The hearing before right the student’s recognizes Appeals Committee The proceeding. to a fair opportunity to hear the charges and evidence in support oral and documentary the right to present evidence on his/ thereof, a written argument on conclusion of the right to present her behalf, of the minutes an accurate copy the hearing, and the right to have of the hearing furnished to the student. Committee shall submit its decision to the student Appeals The days of the hearing. within ten (10) working the (24) hours (one school day) after receiving twenty-four Within Committee, the student(s) may appeal the decision of the Appeals appeal Such decision in writing to the Superintendent/President. that: may be based only on the grounds • • 3. 4. 5. 6. • • • • • • Following the meeting, the student(s) shall either accept the disciplinary Following forty-eight or within (48) hours (two school days) action, if any, disciplinary of the written notice of proposed receipt action, following Student Services or designee President of Vice file at the office of the Appeals Conduct a written notice of intent to appeal to the Student Committee. C. Appeal I Level II Level Cuesta College Cuesta 7985) R Cuesta College Cuesta cy 7985) Policy Policy d (Boar S ANIMAL d (Boar ANIMALS

Director of Disabled Student Programs and Services; Programs Student of Disabled Director Safety. of Public Director efinitions • • ICE SERV ICE SERV Purpose Background D This policy is to provide regulations regarding the use of serviceregarding animals regulations is to provide This policy and to ensure Regulations; to comply with ADA property, on District who needs a visual or not, disability, with a verifiable that an individual service College District and may participate animal in and benefit from services, and activities. programs, trained to assist individuals with animals 1. Service animals are of normal living. The Americans with disabilities in the activities of a service (ADA) definition Act animal is “ . . . any . . . Disabilities or perform to do work animal individually trained tasks and functions cannot performthat a person who is disabled for himself or herself, including, but not an individual with a disability, and for the benefit of vision, alerting individuals limited to, guiding individuals with impaired minimal to intruders or sounds, providing hearing impaired who are or fetching dropped pulling a wheelchair, work, or rescue protection a service it is considered an animal meets this definition, If animal items.” of whether it has been licensed or certifiedby a state or local regardless or a training program. government Section II of the ADA (28 C.F.R. Title implementing 2. Regulations et seq. and Penal 54 35.130(b)(7)), California law (Civil Code Section College County Community Obispo Luis 365.5), and San Code Section serviceVIII) allows animals to 7965 § Policy policy (Board District College Cuesta disabilities onto the accompany persons with verifiable campus. describes types “pets”, from “service animals” 3. This policy differentiates of service off-limits to service animals, denotes campus locations that are and sets behavioral guidelines for animals based only on issues of safety, service animals. or 1. Service Animal: Any animal individually trained to do work performverifiable disability. with a tasks for the benefit of a person usually dogs. A serviceService animals are animal is sometimes called an animal is a is a question as to whether there an assistance animal. If servicelisted below: animal, contact one of the resources A person with a service A person or therapy animal. 2. Partner/Handler: disability is called a partner;with a verifiable a person without a disability is called a handler. her disability (or handler) and his or A person with a verifiable Team: 3. service team in accomplishing as a cohesive animal. The twosome works the tasks of everyday living. An animal undergoing training to become a service animal. Trainee: 4. with in accordance property, permitted on District are Trainees and fully A trainee will be housebroken above. addressed regulations under means the animal will not, except be fully socialized To socialized. or make any type of disruptive howl, growl, yip, occasions, bark, rare fear; will not show a good temperament and disposition; noises; will have will not be upset or agitated when it sees another animal; and will not be at all times, of the handler A trainee will be under the control aggressive. the trainee begins to show If a disability. who may or may not have

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STUDENT 6205) policy 1. 1. LEVEL 2. LEVEL 4. LEVEL A grievance shall mean a complaint, other than one dealing with civil shall mean a complaint, A grievance by a student’s by a student or which has been filed rights discrimination,* primary The designee on his/her behalf. purpose of the following possible an equitable solution to at the earliest level is to secure procedure a complaint. Student of President Vice in person the The student should contact of Student President Vice the Services appointed by (or designee is not resolved, the grievance complaint. If his/her Services) and present Services (or of Student President Vice to the the student can submit limit: ten designee) a written appeal for further (Time consideration. of President Vice the date of appointment with the calendar days from Services, or designee.) Student faculty and three Committee, made up of three Appeals A Student Student of President Vice the student members jointly appointed by then will be convened Services (or designee), and the ASCC President, the appeal and will submit its within ten calendar days after receiving If the ten days. finding to the student in writing within an additional by the student to a written appeal can be filed complaint is not resolved, When a grievance within ten calendar days. the President/Superintendent Services 1) (or designee) (Level of Student President Vice the involves and College (ASCC) President Cuesta and/or the Associated Students Services 2), those (or designee) (Level of Student President Vice the 1 and 2 shall for these two positions at Levels listed above responsibilities (or designee appointed by the Superintendent/President be assumed by of the District. the Superintendent/President) 3. LEVEL The student will appeal in writing with all supportive evidence to the the evidence (or designee) who will evaluate President/Superintendent student within ten calendar and submit his/her finding in writing to the the appeal. days after receiving Trustees within thirty of A final written appeal may be made to the Board (or of the President/Superintendent calendar days of the written response within thirty will be given calendar designee). The decision of the Board days of the initial meeting at which the complaint is discussed. (1) sexual harassment, *When a student has a complaint which involves race, national (2) civil rights discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, physical or mental color, beliefs, age, gender, origin, religious or identity, status, sexual orientation or sexual disabilities, veteran for filing a sexual harassment or other marital status, or (3) retaliation a matter for investigation, unlawful discrimination complaint, referring participating serving of a complaint, in an investigation as an advocate or who otherwise furthers for an alleged victim or alleged offender, unlawful discrimination policy (Policy the principles of the District’s of Director to the Executive 1565), then the matter is to be referred to be handled as such matters are and Labor Relations Resources Human 1565 (unlawful discrimination) and not as a student pursuant to Policy grievance. 5. Information on the student’s dismissal from the nursing program will will program the nursing dismissal from the student’s on 5. Information is when such information Nursing of Registered the Board to be reported Nursing. of Registered the Board by requested Services Services 31 Their Partner/Handler 1 an Be Asked to Leave 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ervice Animals and ervice Animal C equirements of S equirements When a S R Due to formatting issues above noted form is not attached to this Board noted form is not attached to this Board to formatting issues above Due 1. Disruption: The partner/handler1. Disruption: of an animal that is unruly or running other than warning or protection, disruptive (e.g., barking bringing attention to itself)around, the animal may be asked to remove behavior happens repeatedly, the improper If property. District from the partner/handler may be told not to bring the animal onto District property until the partner/handler significant steps to mitigate takes can include, but is not limited to, muzzling a Mitigation the behavior. training for both the animal and the partner/ animal, refresher barking of additional certified a state proof training from or providing handler, licensed facility. into public ill should not be taken Service animals that are 2. Health: A partner/handler the with an ill animal may be asked to leave areas. property. District unclean, with animals that are Partners/handlers 3. Uncleanliness: An property. District noisome and/or bedraggled may be asked to leave but is otherwise clean, should be or muddy, animal that becomes wet Policy but may be found at http://academic.cuesta.org/president/BP/ Policy BP7000/7985.doc 1. Vaccinations: The animal must be immunized against diseases animal must be immunized The Vaccinations: 1. had the general have must that type of animal. Dogs common to but not limited to vaccinations series, including vaccine maintenance had animals must have and parvovirus. Other distemper, against rabies, [County for the type of animal, series specific vaccination the appropriate must 9.08.180, 9.08.190]. All vaccinations Code § 9.08.150, 9.08.170, to required not County are Obispo Luis San Though dogs in be current. of proof must provide tag, the owner or display a rabies vaccination wear request. upon a rabies vaccination [§ 9.08.160], Obispo ordinance Luis San of 2. Licensing: The County 4 the time they reach by all dogs be licensed state law requires following dogs, dogs serving dogs, hearing months of age. Guide mobility-impaired persons, and other service the license at no cost, [County animals receive IX, § 9.08.260]. Title Code in good health, displaying no skin, eye, The animal must be 3. Health: or nose irritation, infection, or discharge, unless the animal has a ear, to of any health risk the animal free showing a veterinarian from release of fleas and external parasites. the public. The animal must be free The animal must be on a leash at all times. The 4. Leash and Control: partner/handler of the animal at all times. The care must be in control and supervision of a service of its animal is solely the responsibility partner/handler. policy in cleaning District 5. Cleanup: The partner/handler must follow the partner/handler policy requires up after the animal defecates. District feces to: always carry equipment sufficient to clean up the animal’s property, the partner’s off the animal and partner/handlerwhenever are home base. or animal’s student who disabled A partner/handler who is a District 6. Registration: wishes to bring a service animal/trainee onto the campus must register and Services (DSPS) Programs Student his/her animal with the Disabled and other partners/handlers who wish to bring Department. Employees service their animals with the animals onto the campus must register Visitors with service animals must check in with the Office. Safety Public attached.) (See form Office. Safety Public 1 tudents taff, and S ervice Animals equirements for Faculty, S for Faculty, equirements ypes of S T R improper behavior, the handler will act immediately to correct the animal the correct to immediately act will handler the behavior, improper property. District the animal from or will remove and disposition, good temperament Animal: An animal with 5. Therapy visit people selected to behavior, predictable reliable, and who has aging or the frailties of experiencing or people who are with disabilities as an The animal may be incorporated as a therapy tool. confinement A therapy animal does not assist an process. integral part of a treatment in the activities of daily living. The therapy individual with a disability a person with a disability all the time. Thus, animal does not accompany service laws protecting by animals and covered a therapy animal is not to servicethe rights given animals. Pets or companionship. A domestic animal kept for pleasure 6. Pet: granted only may be facilities. Permission not permitted in College are for for a pet to be in a college facility Safety of Public the Director by time (e.g., a pet dog or cat is used as a reason at a specific a specific class, speech class, etc.). a zoology demonstration tool in Dog”, A dog that has been specially trained as a “Guide 1. Service Dog: Dog”. or “Assistance Dog”, “Seizure “Ssig Dog”, Dog”, “Hearing trained to serve persons by tool A dog carefully as a travel Dog: 2. Guide blind. visual impairments or who are with severe A dog that has been trained to alert a person with Dog: 3. Hearing a sound (e.g., a knock on the significant hearing loss or who is deaf when door) occurs. The dog alerts A dog trained to assist a person with autism. 4. Ssig Dog: common among those movements the partner to distracting repetitive (e.g., hand the person to stop the movement with autism, allowing with sensory problems flapping). A person with autism may have input and need the same support services to a a dog that a dog might give from person who is blind or deaf. of types dog trained to assist a person with various A Dog: 5. Seizure the dog serves the person’s how the person depends on disorders; seizure or the the person during a seizure, over needs. The dog may stand guard a learned to predict A very few somehow dog may go for help. dogs have and warn the person in advance. seizure to assist a person A dog that has been specially trained 6. Assistance Dog: dog may of duties the Types who has mobility or health impairment. perform include carrying, opening doors, ringing doorbells, fetching, buttons, steadying a person while walking, helping a elevator activating etc. person up after the person falls, pulling a wheelchair, 1. Allow the service1. Allow animal to accompany the partner at all times on service (Section prohibited, specifically where animals are campus, except VIII). a service the animal animal when not pet a service 2. Do animal. Petting the task at hand. distracts the animal from is working not feed a service 3. Do animal. The service specific animal may have may food or food at an unexpected time Unusual dietary requirements. cause the animal to become ill. not deliberately startle a service4. Do animal. not separate or attempt to separate a partner/handler his or from 5. Do her service animal. Cuesta College Cuesta cy policy

Cuesta College Cuesta d (Boar NON-SMOKING Determine whether alternative modifications to District policies, District modifications to whether alternative Determine to can be made to permit the individual practices, or procedures services,participate or activities. in District programs, whether academic adjustments or auxiliaryDetermine aids may be a student with a disability to permit his/her participationused by in services,District or activities. programs, • • SMOKING/ Complaints SMOKING/NON-SMOKING R2773 2773) whether the servicewhether the definitions. This meets the basic ADA animal the service is based upon whether determination animal has been trained the individual because by task or service the specific required to provide provide the animal can actually (ies) and whether of his/her disability service.that task or cannot perform the animal If the identified task and its facilities animal from the or service, may exclude the District campuses. of the whether the presence analyze District must rigorously 2. The servicethe service, a significant effect upon would actually have animal determines that the use of District the If or activity involved. program, the service services, causes a fundamental alteration in District animal its the animal from may exclude District or activities, the programs, § 130 (b)(7).) (28 C.F.R. facilities and campuses. of a particular whether the presence District must determine 3. The service of other poses a significant risk to the health or safety animal a modification of policies, practices, eliminated by persons that cannot be of auxiliary aids or services. the provision or by In or procedures, assessment based on must make an individualized doing so the District or on the medical knowledge on current judgment that relies reasonable that the evidence to determine the probability objective best available determines that the the District If potential injury will actually occur. to the health or of the service threat presence a direct animal does pose service,safety of persons participating or activities, in District programs, its facilities and campuses. (28 the animal from may exclude the District § 36.208.) C.F.R. determines that the use of a particular service the District 4. If animal Support/Disabled of Academic will not be permitted, the Director that the steps to ensure Services take the following will Program Student against on the basis of individual with a disability is not discriminated that disability: the use of a service5. An individual with a disability who is denied of Superintendent President/Assistant Vice animal may appeal to the Services. Student a service dissatisfied with a decision made concerning Anyone animal Procedures. Grievance Discrimination to the Unlawful should refer 1565) Policy (Board The Board of Trustees of the San Luis Obispo County Community Luis San Trustees of the of The Board environment. a tobacco-free is committed to promoting College District applicable to regulations are January 1, 2004, the following Effective students, and the public; and shall be implemented on employees, sites. District is permitted any form of tobacco or non-tobacco products 1. Smoking property. of District only in designated areas signage. by prominent shall be identified areas 2. Designated vehicles. in District is prohibited 3. Smoking ervice Animals 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 32 S ff Limits to

xceptions: valuation Procedures valuation E Areas O Areas E 1. The District’s Director of Academic Support/Disabled Students Support/Disabled Academic of Director District’s 1. The must determine Safety of Public and Services or Director Programs 1. A Dean and Division Chair/Director, in consultation with an Chair/Director, and Division 1. A Dean a laboratory opening may authorize to service animals. instructor, laboratory of a research or an Chair/Director and Division 2. A Dean instructor or teaching laboratory equipment in a classroom with moving may grant permission to an individual service animal and partner/ or teaching classroom, laboratory, handler team to enter the research for each team will be Admission laboratory machinery. with moving basis. The final decision shall be granted or denied on a case-by-case of machinery of the made based on the nature the best interest and service The machinery animal. Example: moving may have in a classroom parts dog could easily be caught at a height such that the tail of a large a very However, for keeping large dogs out. reason in it; which is a valid part and, therefore, small hearing dog may be shorter moving than any for admission to the classroom. considered may be granted on a case- to other designated off-limits areas 3. Access Student Support/Disabled of Academic the Director basis by by-case and Services. Programs A student partner/handler who wants his be granted an Exception: To 4. or her service should admission to an off-limits area animal to be granted and Services (DSPS) Department Program Student contact the Disabled who wants including an employee, and any non-student partner/handler, his or her service admission to an off-limits area animal to be granted of DSPS or Department. An employee Safety should contact the Pubic should fill out the disability accommodation respectively, Safety, Public partner/handlerpartner/handlerthe the for then form and should request or instructor for Chair, Division Dean, take the form to the appropriate file in DSPS or remain in the student’s This form will his/her signature. semester only. for the current as appropriate, Safety, Public on file in with a partner/handlerDistrict will work whose service5. The animal to otherwisereasonably for an off-limits area has been excluded needs. accommodate the partner/handler’s considered a clean animal. Animals that shed in the spring sometimes shed in the spring sometimes animal. Animals that a clean considered groomed, question is well the animal in If may look bedraggled. and its spring coat is uneven though animal tidy even consider the or weather-related weather from wet or it has become messy-appearing incidents. such as rooms, Closets: Mechanical Rooms/Custodial 1. Mechanical control electric closets, elevator rooms, facility equipment boiler rooms, off-limits to service are and custodial closets rooms, animals. The machinery may be harmful. chemicals in these rooms and/or protective where Any room is Necessary: Gear Protective Where 2. Areas to servicegear is worn is off-limits Examples impacting animals. and metal shops, wood glass laboratory, students include the foundry, and chemistryphotographic lab, or biology labs. ServiceDanger to the room, a Animal: Any is There Where 3. Areas metal cuttings or other sharp are there where including a classroom, is there a surface; sharp objects on the floor or protruding from where is a there or glass); where hot material on the floor (e.g., molten metal machinery is moving to all is off-limits there of dust; or where high level service animals. Services Services 33 c cademic A

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GRAM PRO tate Preschool at C tate Preschool IVE ERAT ERIENCE Operated by the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education Office of County Obispo Luis the San by Operated years of age to five three to children Open not exceed monthly income does to families whose gross Free the California Department of the income ceilings established by a family of four can earn up to $4,816/ example, For Education. of income and Proof month and still qualify for the program. For more to determine eligibility. required birth certificate are information call (805) 782-7275. 30 hours to families who work An extended day option is available training with 12 and/or attend college/vocational per week or more per semester. or more credits To contribute to the cultural, intellectual, recreational, and cultural, intellectual, recreational, contribute to the To and to offer training for of the District, social life of the residents improvement. workforce educational services which utilize leadership and provide develop To of college faculty and other and knowledge special skills, interests, community instructors.professional scheduling college facilities be a center of community life by To and services basis for individuals, on an extended and year-round families, and community groups. county organizations, and collaborate with community groups, To and educational services programs businesses in developing for of the district. coverage comprehensive alifornia S alifornia • • • • • • • • EXP S GRAM PRO unity COMM P COO C Child care fees are due monthly with a semester enrollment fee per enrollment monthly with a semester due fees are Child care can qualify parents met, are certainchild. If eligibility requirements campus EOPS/CARE the payments through childcare for subsidized EOC Child Obispo Luis San the or through (805-546-3144), program, and county Resource (805-541-2272), the Connection, Resource Care agency. Referral for of each semester, A new started waiting list is on the second Monday of fall semester waiting second Monday semester (i.e. the the following semester). spring list is for the following campus, please Obispo Luis at the San about childcare inquire To call (805) county campus, please the North call (805) 546-3285. For 591-4273. Cooperative Work Experience is a collaborative program between students, between program is a collaborative Experience Work Cooperative the College. This course provides and Cuesta community employers, specific, toward or capacity general a in either working, for opportunitycredits earn to accomplishing in students guide advisors Staff path. major/career a purpose of leading with the measurable, and attainable job objectives, learn practical methods for improving to successful outcomes. Students ext. information more communication, teambuilding, and goal-setting skills. For 546-3100, (805) call requirements, program and Experience Work about 2522. Cuesta College Community Programs provides a comprehensive source source a comprehensive provides Community Programs College Cuesta opportunities, and education, recreation for lifelong learning, career all of people for accessible environment in a friendly, cultural development (805) 546-3107, or call (805) 546-3132, FAX information more ages. For visit www.communityprograms.net. and programs, recreation community education, special events, Cuesta’s aqua fitness classes serve functions in the college district: four essential

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CENTER) CAREER BOOKSTORE CHILDREN Cuesta’s children’s centers are lab schools for Early Childhood Education lab schools for Early Childhood Education centers are children’s Cuesta’s on their ECE working College. Students students who attend Cuesta the complete their teacher training through Associate of Arts degree center programs. and campus Obispo Luis at the San centers are Licensed children’s planned, programs are County campus. Both North Robles the Paso Both early childhood education professionals. by facilitated, and created The centers serve from children the academic calendar. centers follow priority going to full- years of age with enrollment 18 months to five faculty and staff, then part-time student parents, time student parents, community. Career Connections provides a centralized location where students can students can location where a centralized Connections provides Career full and part-time information about available jobs identify and receive at Cuesta available programs as employment in the community as well College. Counseling, Life and Leadership, collaboration with ASCC, Student In Connections offers and others, Career Center, Transfer the Career to the experience that relates students access to practical workplace student. the Cuesta of educational goals and academic achievement location for local a centralized Connections also provides Career businesses to post job openings, conduct interviews, and meet with students on a formal or informal basis. 5310. Room Center, Connections is located in the Student Career Cuesta College operates a bookstore as a service College as College operates a bookstore to Cuesta Cuesta books and instructional making available by students and the community maintains a the store addition, In for course work. supplies required that supplies, clothing, and other merchandise wide selection of college educational experience of the student. contribute to the general Monday through is a self-serviceCuesta Bookstore operation open The semester go on at posted hours. Books for the upcoming Friday checks, classes start. Personal before two weeks sale approximately accepted for payment with photo are or Mastercard VISA, Discover, on-line at http://bookstore. identification. Books may be purchased cuesta.edu. the start from of the weeks limited to three are and exchanges Refunds the start from of summer session. or one week fall or spring semester, week of each buys back used textbooks during the final exams The store refund or buy-back dates and for specific Check with the store semester. policies. services school rings, nursing pins, Other include special book orders, College college insignia items, Cuesta graduation caps and gowns, catalogs, and class schedules. Tutorial Center in Building N4000 room N4002. Peer tutors are faculty are tutors N4002. Peer N4000 room Center in Building Tutorial are they tutor, a B or better in the courses received have recommended, during their a tutor training class wage, and complete paid and hourly long- develop trained to help students Tutors are as a tutor. first semester independent learning. strategies that facilitate term learning http://academic.cuesta.edu/acasupp/ information, visit additional For tutor/index.htm Services Services

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ve ive erat on (CARE) ion Educat Be a California resident; Be College (12 credits); full-time at Cuesta enrolled Be credits; than 70 degree-applicable completed more have Not Aid office and be BOGW with the Financial Complete the FAFSA or “B” eligible; “A” in mathematics a need for academic support, as reflected Display or prior academic history. assessment scores and English oop • • • • • for for ices Serv C FINANCIAL Extended Disabled Student Programs and Services first on the (DSPS) is located Programs Student Disabled 3300, Building Tech Center High Campus Obispo Luis San floor of the County at the North N3024 546-3148 and in Room phone (805) contact County students should (805) 591-6215. South Campus phone Office. DSPS Obispo Luis the San http://academic.cuesta.edu/acasupp/ information, visit additional For dsps. Cooperative Agencies and Resources for Education (CARE), administered by (CARE), administered for Education Agencies and Resources Cooperative and Families Assistance for Needy parenting EOPS, helps single CalWORKs/Temporary to related activities support providing by parents (TANF) to supportstudent success. Services services, include referrals a child care/ and Center, College Children’s transportation grant, placement at the Cuesta for single parents. and conferences of workshops coordination the in located is Campus Obispo Luis San the at office EOPS/CARE The North the at Office EOPS/CARE The 3131. Room Building, Library N3017. N3000, Room County Campus is located in Building se habla español. Asistencia Financiera: ext. 2517 o (805) 591-6202. (805) 546-3100 Teléfono: http://academic.cuesta.edu/finaid Website to help students who might available are aid programs Financial may apply for otherwise education. Students be unable to complete their study. financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and work with a nationally in accordance administered aid funds are Financial established policy of financial assistance for education. The basis of this the primarypolicy is the belief that students and their families have for meeting educational costs. The amount of the responsibility analysis of careful by students is determined contribution expected from taking into consideration net income, number family financial strength, expenses, indebtedness, and assets. Dependent of dependents, allowable Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded Opportunity Programs Extended assistance, support, and encouragement to that provides program as academically. as well students who qualify economically eligibility: student for elements priority two targets EOPS College’s Cuesta success for academic support.financial need and need an EOPSprogram offers The student counseling; personal and career, academic, orientation; and academic book grants; EOPS leadership training; priority registration; workshops; related and trips; field newsletter; EOPS an referrals; tutorial social activities. servicesreceive qualifications to in the A student must meet the following program: D AND S GRAMS PRO The ability to negotiate campus facilities independently or with the The ability to negotiate campus facilities independently attendant; and own assistance of one’s of personal needs unassisted or to provide The ability to take care attendant. own one’s Learning Disability (visual or mobility) Disability Physical Disability Psychological (speech, language, or hearing/deafness) Communication Disability Impairment Brain Acquired Disability Developmental support services that may require instruction. or Disability Other • • • • • • • • • S (DSPS) ICES SERV D STUDENT D DISABLE Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) helps to promotes the full full the promotes to helps (DSPS) Services and Programs Student facilitates Disabled and advocates DSPS disabilities. with students of participation services, support appropriate through opportunities educational equal curricula, instruction, to DSPS works and funding allocations. policies, against students with disabilities and to promoteeliminate discrimination and equality. productivity, their independence, growth, with students to instruction and services support provides College facilities, Cuesta College instruction. from benefit can who disabilities needs verified special the accommodate to designed are programs and courses, and 1973, of and to be in compliance with the Americansof students with disabilities Act Rehabilitation the of 504 Section Act, Disabilities with 5. Title Code California Education request special wish to disabilities who with verified Students DSPS must complete an application accommodations through for services and meet with a specialist to determine reasonable Contract (SEC) is developed Educational accommodations. A Student with each student, outlining the support services and/or instruction for the student. appropriate College must with disabilities who plan to or do attend Cuesta Students of independence: levels meet the following categories servedDisability include: services services specialized to students with Support are available to all services in addition to the regular provided disabilities and are services enable students to participatestudents. Such in activities, Servicesby the college. include, but and classes offered programs, interpreters, testing, sign language may not be limited to, alternative assistance, academic scribes, tutors, registration notetakers, readers, of need for and counseling, and evaluation support, disability related and need disability a verified have you equipment. If access to adaptive Vice DSPS or the format, contact college materials in an alternative Services for assistance. Services for students with of Student President Vice by contacting the DSPS or through available disabilities are verified Services. of Student President instruction in adapted physical education, adapted computer Special to qualified writing, and mathematics is available access skills, reading, course descriptions in this Skills to the Academic students. Refer classes and class schedule for a list of available catalog and in the current locations. with personal attendants and/or service animals must register Students Materials will be made in the DSPS Office prior to attending classes. ServiceSupport The DSPS in alternate format upon request. available everyprovide Office will make effort services in a timely manner and to to notify instructors of special needs. Cuesta College Cuesta nding, Cuesta nding, Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta withdraw from school or enroll less than half time. All students half time. All students less than school or enroll withdraw from (both subsidized Student Loan for a Stafford in applying interested Loan to attend an Entrance required are and/or unsubsidized) Workshop Loan loan process. session to initiate the Counseling each semester and are periodically throughout scheduled dates are http://academic.cuesta.edu/ website: financial aid posted on the finaid (SEOG): Opportunity Grant Educational Supplemental Federal to students with the funding) is awarded A federal grant (limited highest need. (limited (FWS): Campus employment Study Work Federal with the highest need. Students to students funding) is awarded of Board of 2.0 per Average Point Grade must maintain an overall in a mininum of 6 credits. and be enrolled directives Trustees two state programs C: These are B and Cal Grant Cal Grant State Commission. Cal Grant Aid Student the California by administered tuition/fee assistance) (and sometimes a living allowance B provides students with high potential. for very low-income/disadvantaged students with tuition and training C assists vocational Cal Grant in a community college vocational must be enrolled costs. Students can apply for four to 24 months in length. Students from program for Federal Application when completing the Free these Cal Grants Form. The initial Cal Verification and GPA Aid (FAFSA) Student 2 each year. deadline is March Grant or were who are Youth Youth: for Foster California Chafee Grant To for college. may qualify for up to $5,000 a year in foster care college at least half-time and their students must attend qualify, been who have Youth long. course of study must be at least one year and meet the Independent program foster care in another state’s Students eligible to apply. also are requirements Living Program their 16th and 18th any time between in foster care who were for still qualify with their parents later reunited birthdays but were both students must submit apply, To the California Chafee Grant. which is Application, and the California Chafee Grant the FAFSA online at www.csac.ca.gov. available fu addition to government Campus Scholarships: In has a campus scholarship program. These funds, made available These funds, made available has a campus scholarship program. the Financial annually by awarded donors, are private through of 2.5, GPA include an overall Aid Committee. Requirements and the official application. The two letters of recommendation, 2 each year. application deadline is March • • • • • Application Financial aid funds come from appropriations made by the federal and made by appropriations aid funds come from Financial individuals made by scholarship awards and through state governments each of Hence, agencies and organizations. and other public and private policies, of sets different to according administered be MUST funds these requirements. and/or specific regulations Aid Student for Federal Application use of the Free recommends Cuesta form is a tool for determining need for the application (FAFSA).This grant, SEOG, Competitiveness Academic Federal Pell, Federal BOGW, FAFSA applications Grants. well as the Cal Loan, as FWS, and Stafford Januarypreceding Aid Office beginning the in the Financial available are student also can apply the student plans to attend. A the academic year instead of using the paper at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov the Internet over form. apply for campus scholarships, it is necessary to complete a separate To in the also available application. The scholarship applications are Aid Office and at academic.cuesta.edu/finaid beginning the Financial to attend. The the student plans the academic year preceding December 2. annual deadline is March Total family income 2007* Total (including yourself) income and/ (adjusted gross income) or untaxed $15,315 or less $20,537 or less $25,755 or less $30,975 or less 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 1 2 3 4 36 Number in household Number $5,220 for each additional dependent. * Add

are eligible for any type of need-based financial aid; eligible for any type of need-based are if a payments or, Assistance SSI or General CalWORKs, receive Partner Domestic or Registered a parent dependent student, has or this assistance; (RDP) who receives Veterans Department certification California the of Has from is General that the student Adjutant Guard National Affairs or the fee waiver, eligible for a dependent’s or as of Honor Medal of the Congressional as a recipient eligible Is or a dependent of a victim of the September a child of a recipient, attack 11, 2001 terrorist as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire eligible Is personnel killed in the line of duty. suppression listed a total family income within the income standards have falls total income if a dependent student, a parent’s or, below within these standards: Federal Pell Grant: The Pell Grant is the largest federal grant Grant is the largest federal grant Pell The Grant: Pell Federal and is intended to serveprogram as a foundation to all other forms to eligible students to cover directly disbursed are of aid. Funds expenses. educationally-related and Freshman Grant: Competitiveness Academic Federal and U.S. Grant eligible for a Pell students who are sophomore Competitiveness Academic a new Federal may receive citizens year and $1,300 for the to $750 for their first of up (ACG) Grant successfully completed a students must have qualify, To second year. of the U.S. Secretary by as recognized high school program rigorous at least maintained students must also have Second-year Education. maintain full-time and all students must a 3.0 grade point average, these grants. while receiving enrollment loan government This is a Program: Student Loan Stafford Federal two are to as a guaranteed student loan. There commonly referred for which the government loans: subsidized, types of Standford in school, and during grace while students are pays the interest students are for which and deferment periods; and unsubsidized, the day the on the loan, from for paying all the interest responsible payments Interest loan is first disbursed to when it is paid in full. students choose to let in school. If while they are can be deferred Students accrue, at repayment. it will be capitalized this interest loan funds. Stafford must attend college at least half time to receive begins six months after students graduate, repayment Generally, Board of Govenor’s Fee Waiver (BOGW): The California Waiver Fee of Govenor’s Board Waiver Fee Enrollment Govetnor’s’ of Community College Board who meet residents fees for California enrollment waives or BOGW, criteria: one of the following • • • • • • • • • • Financial Aid Programs Financial Family Income Standards for 2008-2009: Standards Income Family

students will provide data for both themselves and their parents, while their parents, and for both themselves data provide students will if and their spouse, data for themselves students will provide independent used in making an are that has established procedures married. Congress to contribute. families can be expected much of how evaluation federal, state, and local College participatesin the following Cuesta financial aid programs: Services Services 37 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 equirement atisfactory Progress For Financial Aid S ervice R Full time: 12 credits Full time: 9 credits Three-quarter time: 6 credits Half attempted Less than half time: all credits Withdrawals (W), Repeats, Incompletes (I), No Credits Credits (W), (I), No Withdrawals Incompletes Repeats, by achieved (F), or credits Grades (NC), Failing completed credits not considered challenging courses are with for financial aid purposes. All courses offered College will be considered at Cuesta of credit credits including basic skills courses. credits, valid Minimum Credit Requirements: Students are required to complete required are Students Requirements: Credit Minimum to their per semester according a minimum number of credits status: enrollment Students must maintain an overall cumulative GPA of 2.0 in all GPA cumulative must maintain an overall Students College course work. Cuesta financial attempted: The amount of number of credits Maximum educational goal/ the student’s is limited by aid a student receives provided financial aid A student may continue to receive objective. of the credits than 150 percent the student has not attempted more are credits his or her educational goal. Attempted for required whether or not the in which the student enrolls, defined as credits a them. Once or withdraws from student completes those credits the number of attempted his or her goal or exceeds student achieves For example, he or she is no longer eligible for financial aid. credits, is to earn an associate degree, educational objective if a student’s to complete that goal. to earn 60 credits the student is required of the (150 percent a student may earn up to 90 credits Therefore, aid. for the goal) and still be eligible for financial required credits longer he or she is no 90 credits, the student earns beyond Once ligibility tandards For elective S elective • • • S S E Federal law requires men, 18 through 25 years old, to be registered to be registered old, 25 years men, 18 through requires law Federal the from excluded are (SSS). Females Service System with the Selective immigrant aliens but and applies to male citizens The law requirement. must be registered visas. Men who hold student students not to foreign aid for school, including or state financial federal they can receive before at any post office, at the available forms are loans and grants. Registration Aid Financial at the Office, and and Records College Admissions Cuesta page at by visiting the SSS home register on-line a man can Or, Office. Web. Wide World on the www.sss.gov a into he/she enters a financial aid award, When a student accepts to successfully complete the number of credits contract. The student agrees each of end and to make satisfactory payment toward for which he/she received progress the at evaluated be will Progress goal. educational his/her listed below. the standards semester by federal financial aid receiving for students This policy has been developed a require regulations to assist in academic planning and success. Federal or certificate when the completion of a degree toward student to move regulations state that academic progress Federal financial aid. receiving in which of periods of enrollment MUST include a review standards as the semesters they did receive aid as well the student did not receive Cuesta College students the purpose of financial aid eligibility, aid. For to be applied to credits minimum standards MUST meet the following post-secondaryattempted at all accredited education institutions. These whether or college course work, applied to all previous are standards not the previous financial aid, and whether or not the student received course of study. to the current is relevant college course work

rientation O on-High School Graduates on-High P) / SE esting for N T . Once you enroll in Cuesta, schedule a counseling in Cuesta, enroll you . Once ducational Plan ( ligibility E Be a resident of California; a resident Be of based on the criteria for the Board “financial need” Have Program. or Cal Grant Waiver Fee Governor’s Request that your official academic transcripts, plus a general that your Request attended be have schools you ALL previous education pattern, from forwarded to Cuesta. Cuesta College Office that and Records with the Admissions Verify official academic transcript(s). ALL your has received an appointment with an academic counselor at the Make your SEP with the counselor You will complete Counseling Office. at that time. Aid Office. SEP to the Financial a copy of your Submit Be a citizen or eligible noncitizen of the United States; States; of the United noncitizen or eligible a citizen Be Number; Security Social a valid Have Development Education or a General a high school diploma Have test; “ability to benefit” (GED) certificate or pass an approved student seeking a degree a regular as in an eligible program Enroll or certificate; a male are Service,if you for Selective registered) (or have Register the ages of 18-25; between making satisfactoryBe academic progress; a federal on a federal grant or be in default on a refund owe Not educational loan; and for individuals convicted program Complete a drug rehabilitation the possession or or state law involving of any offense under federal substance. sale of a controlled MUST: grants, you be eligible for California To • • tudent tudent E 1. 2. 3. 4. • • • • • • • • • S S to Benefit Ability In order to qualify for financial aid, any person 18 years of age or years of age for financial aid, any person 18 to qualify order In a or has not received older who has not earned a high school diploma, or has not (GED) test score, satisfactory Diploma Education General test will need to demonstrate evidence passed a high school proficiency college instructionby passing an exam of the ability to benefit from To College administers an Ability designed for that purpose. Cuesta Sign-ups are year. exam once each month during the school Benefit Obispo Luis San the Assessment Office located in conducted through to sign up 3414. Call (805) 546-3951 3400, Room Campus Building County Campus, call (805) exam at the North take the To telephone. by 546‑6225 for an appointment. a GED or its FRESHMAN and have FIRST-TIME a are you If form obtained Verification should submit an Orientation you equivalent, an in-person orientation or complete the online orientation, attending by Financial Aid This will fill the myCuesta. which can be accessed through first semester as a first- for your for an SEP/Orientation requirement ONLY time freshman process. matriculation planning appointment to complete your attended no other have student and you a continuing Cuesta are you If Contact the Counseling Office SEP. must submit a current colleges, you at (805) 546-3138 to make an appointment. since attended other schools have or you Student Transfer a are you If will need a SEP. high school, you obtain a SEP: To To receive federal financial aid, the Department of Education requires requires DepartmentEducation financial aid, the federal of receive To MUST: that you Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta 6200, ext. 4207. 4207. ext. 6200, ‑ 591

ffice Locations ICES SERV Low Cost Medical Care Medical Cost Low Information Health Planning/Sexual Family Reduction Stress Nutrition and Diet Drops out, Drops expelled, Is for the semester W’s or Earns all F’s of absence, or leave an unapproved Takes absence. of leave approved an from to return Fails Campus Library Obispo Luis Building, San CA, 93403, (805) 546-3143 Obispo, Luis 3125, San Room N3015, N3000, Room Campus, Building County North CA, (805) 591-6202 Robles, Paso Dr., Vista 2800 Buena Wing, School, 900 High Grande Arroyo Center, Grande Arroyo CA, (805) 474-3913 Grande, Arroyo Ave., Orchard 176, School, Room High Nipomo Center, Nipomo Nipomo, CA, (805) 546-3143 525 N. Thompson Rd, at College website can be accessed on the Cuesta Information http://academic.cuesta.edu/finaid (805) 546-3152 FAX First Aid Treatment and Illness Assessment and Illness Treatment Aid First Area Rest Temporary Services and Referrals: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • HEALTH Financial Aid O Financial When a student completely withdraws, the institution determines what the institution determines completely withdraws, When a student (determined on a day-to-day expired yet of the term has not percent the amount of money that was not becomes basis). That percentage of the term only 40 percent When student or institution. the by “earned” to be earned. considered of funds are 100 percent remains, financial aid funds Title IV funds applies only to federal return of The is no impact on There earnings. federal work-study excluding received, state or institutional funds. the established by requirements refund College complies with all Cuesta may differ regulations regulations. These IV financial aid Title federal financial aid current The college’s policy. refund regular the college’s from Aid Office. the Financial IV policy may be obtained from Title to return are: Office locations Financial Aid The upon the institutionalFinancial Aid will make available of Director The agreement participation IV Title the and documents accreditation Cuesta College is 001192. Title IV Code for The student request. The Student Health Center, in San Luis Obispo Campus Building 3100,Obispo Campus Luis San in Health Center, Student The in session and are 3150 is normally open during the day when classes Room addition, the college operates a Student hours. In is open for limited evening N3000, Room County Campus in Building Center at the North Health specific information on hours, or to make an 3025 with limited hours. For Campus center at (805) 546-3171, Obispo Luis appointment, call the San (805) at center Campus County North the or at http://www. College website can be accessed on the Cuesta Information cuesta.edu/campus/health to help students achieve Health Center are Student The goals of the and maintain optimum physical, mental and emotional health, and health. for their own taking responsibility to educate students toward is strictly confidential. All students who on medical records Information services*, eligible to receive which include the paid the health fee are have following: 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 uspension itle IV Funds T f 38

eligible for financial aid, with the exception of the BOGW. of the BOGW. exception financial aid, with the eligible for in the will be included other institutions from credits Transfer Note: current the student’s count if applicable toward maximum credit objective. academic or vocational College Cuesta must identify a Students Orientation College to attend a Cuesta students are goal. Entering must annually complete a All continuing students Workshop. counselor. (SEP) with an academic Plan Educational Student below GPA cumulative financial aid applicants with a First-time or another institution College at Cuesta course work 2.0 from for one aid and, if eligible, will be awarded may apply for financial probationary a considered be will semester initial This only. semester period. of 30 remedial is limited to a maximum Funding Credits: Remedial as courses that do not “remedial” define regulations Federal credits. For clarification, certificate or transfer program. apply to a degree, Limitation section Work Course to the Remedial students can refer contact their academic advisor. of this college catalog or Officially withdraws, eturn O eturn • • • • Financial Aid Probation Financial Aid S Financial R Any student who does not maintain satisfactory in academic progress semester. for the following any semester shall be placed on probation grants provided the student will continue to receive While on probation, received for which they to complete the minimum credits they agree At the end of the loan eligibility may be affected. payment. However, will be reviewed academic progress period, the student’s probation if the student has met the status will be removed again. Probationary who do not make Students standards. Progress Satisfactory Academic satisfactory during the probationary semester will be academic progress placed on financial aid suspension. ineligible to on financial aid suspension are placed who are Students reinstatement of financial aid request Students may financial aid. receive of completion of at least half-time status with a cumulative upon proof 2.0 GPA. had their financial aid eligibility suspended may file who have Students Aid Advisory feel they Committee, if they an appeal with the Financial satisfactory making them from that prevented had special circumstances student filing The committee will meet in person with the progress. the advisorythe appeal. If mitigating circumstances committee grants for a semester of unsatisfactory aid eligibility will financial progress, a semester will be considered This be extended for one semester. appeal only once an approved may receive probationary period. Students College. while at Cuesta The U.S. Department of Education requires institutions and students requires DepartmentEducation The U.S. of aid may be unearned student aid funds. Student or refund to repay unearned if a student withdraws completely during a term considered and repayment Refund IV money was received. Title in which federal much is due back in a complex formula, exactly how specify, regulations the institution and/or the student. from to the federal programs Act Amendments of 1998 adopted a new Education Higher The of unearned federal funds. The new approach for the return approach during the 7, 1998, and was implemented became law on October 2000/2001 year. IV funds: Title if a student with certainSchools have responsibilities Services Services enter Center 39 LEADERSHIP 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ment pment Develo D AND

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Business in any one sport, including credits earned during the first season of earned during the first sport,in any one including credits competition; 2.0 must maintain a becomes an athlete, he/she a student Once seasons of sports; eligible for additional to be GPA (SEP) on file. Plan Educational Student a have Must Advisement Academic Status Academic Learning Assistance Class Success Athlete Student Scholarship Recognition Development Personal tudent Life & Leadership • • • • • • • • Small Small STUDENT S The purpose of the Student Life & Leadership program is to assist the is to Student Life & Leadership program The purpose of the that serve of programs student population in the development and a wide range of students. Opportunities for personal involve actively leadership and peer counseling to students through extended are growth community and elementarycourses and programs, school internships*, the students by produced clubs and organizations, and campus events themselves. on course availability. *Depending The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) contributes directly Center (SBDC) contributes directly Development Business Small The The SBDC College. mission of Cuesta to the economic development technical assistance services business any existing or startup to provides Cuesta College in partnership of business. The SBDC is a program Business and the U. S. Small California, Merced, of with the University The primaryAdministration. mission of the SBDC is to offer one-on- Services also include one counseling to the small business community. financing a small business, the basics of start-up, covering workshops or service. a product and marketing topic-specific workshops Other small business assessed. Through as community needs are offered are in the and retention successes, the SBDC contributes to job creation local and impact on the a positive and helps businesses have region economies. regional information contact the SBDC at (805) 549-0401 or go to more For www.smallbusinessinfo.org These regulations are subject to change by conference officials and by the officials and by conference subject to change are regulations These of California. Community College League Office. and Records in the Admissions eligibility is determined Athletic or and Records of Admissions to the Director may be referred Questions Services (or designee). of Student President Vice the Student-Athlete Assisting Program offers a College Athletics Cuesta voluntary and confidential, professional, which provides (PASS), Success adversely be may that issues with supportdealing to in assistance students athletic, or personal performance.affecting their academic, Educational to assist in information, to offer preventive provided are programs of student the general well-being to promote and identifying problems, campus and for assistance will be made to referrals athletes. Appropriate community resources. of six components: consists PASS program The college or who intend to transfer and compete at a four-year Athletes eligibility, should consult Counseling Services regarding university and transfer requirements. degree, WOMEN CountryCross Polo Water Volleyball Soccer WOMEN Basketball Softball & Diving Swimming & Field Track Tennis ICS ATHLET

MEN CountryCross Polo Water Wrestling MEN Basketball Baseball & Diving Swimming & Field Track onal ssional Profe For Personal Counseling/Crisis Prevention and Intervention and Prevention Counseling/Crisis Personal Abuse Substance Injuries for Campus/Athletic Claim Processing Insurance to (referral Plan Dental Insurance, Medical Cost Low Voluntary outside carriers) Practitioner Nurse Nurse Registered - Clinical Psychologist Professionals Health Mental Clinic Care Primary Sugar/Cholesterol Weight/Blood and Pressure/Height Blood and Hearing Vision Test Skin Tuberculosis Health Sexual Male/Female Must be registered for classes including athletic course no later than be registered Must one month after the beginning of the semester; or more; attending 12 credits in and regularly be enrolled Must After the first season of competition, must complete 24 semester the second season of competition before or 36 quarter credits credits • • • • Appointment: by Staff Support • • • Appointment: by Testing and Screening • • • • • • • • • • GIATE INTERCOLLE tute Institute ment pment Develo SEASON Fall SEASON Fall/Spring Spring the by prescribed rules competition are for intercollegiate Eligibility Constitution of the Community College League of California and its to participate sports, in intercollegiate order In Commission on Athletics. the student: Cuesta College is a member of the . Other Other Conference. State Western is a member of the College Cuesta members include Allan Hancock, community college conference Los Angeles Glendale, Citrus, , Bakersfield, Santa Barbara, Santa Oxnard, Moorpark, Valley, Angeles Los Pierce, Los Angeles. West and Ventura Monica, activities include: Intercollegiate The Institute for Professional Development (IPD) addresses the Cuesta the (IPD) addresses Development Professional Institute for The assessment, through College mission to support economic growth and support Training training, coaching, consulting, and facilitation. either on or off campus, with flexible hours, no services offered are through support is delivered and no grades. Business prerequisites contract training for individual company needs, and one- customized Cuesta certifiedon-one consulting. IPD a staff of professionals, trainers, and industry program. specialists. IPD is a fee-based College faculty, contact the information, more For highly competitive. costs are Training College at Cuesta Development, for Professional Institute (805) 546-3180, fax (805)546-3107. *Not all services are available at the North County Campus at this time. County Campus at the North available all services are *Not Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta ICES SERV CAREER / ervices UC Santa Cruz UC Santa UC Riverside Barbara UC Santa UC Davis UC Irvine enter, 5104 A&B (inside the cafeteria) 5104 ultural Center, ransfer S • • • • • TRANSFER C T activities. Students can take advantage of the various experiences offered experiences offered of the various advantage can take activities. Students which offers free Club, ASCC Social including the Center, in the Student legal counseling Free music events. table, and live games, a pool movies, Club ID cardholders. for ASCC Student services here available are Center. Student the are located in offices also government and student classes or between place to take a break great Student Center is a The experience. Campus tours for classroom the beyond possibly get involved Life and Student facilitated by are parents students and their prospective information. (805) 546-3289 for more Leadership staff. Call Obispo campus, supportsLuis San located at the Cultural Center, The activities, films, literature, through diversity of exploration and awareness sharing, for the purpose of exchanging, music, and human interaction Statement Mission Cultural Center’s The cultures. and understanding all and celebrates the Cultural Center embraces Cuesta College “The reads: and College students, faculty, all Cuesta cultural heritage that diverse Call (805) 546-3100, extension community.” staff bring to the campus 2194, for further information. The Transfer/Career Center is located in Room 3134, first floor of the Center is located in Transfer/Career The Campus Library Obispo Luis buliding. The phone number is (805) San 546-3162. to available resources variety of Center has a wide Transfer/Career The catalogs and bound students including college and university university books, and study materials, major and career information, college search and catalogs. The center maintains information about brochures abroad application process, the university transfer requirements, university In and transfer admission guarantee programs. articulation agreements internet access with links to assist students addition, the center provides colleges. researching completing online admissions applications and to help students identify their available counselors are Transfer determine university colleges and programs, educational goals, research Student transcripts and develop evaluate admission requirements, to meet with a counselor can Appointments (SEP’s). Plans Educational day of the working beginning the first in advance be made one week through Monday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from available and are week Friday. p.m. on 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 Thursday and from Center staff serve as liaisons to colleges and universities Transfer/Career Center staff also for students in the admission process. and advocate outreach visits in which university representative university coordinate Cuesta College students individually. staff come to campus to meet with commitments that are programs) (TAG Guarantee Admission Transfer College students who make to Cuesta selected colleges and universities serves TAG as a A requirements. and course GPA, meet specific credit, who Students the student and college or university. contract between met contractual with a counselor and have TAG completed a have guaranteed admission. are requirements ADMISSION TRANSFER HAS COLLEGE NOW CUESTA UNIVERSITIES: THE FOLLOWING WITH GUARANTEES uesta College 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 tudies Program tudents of C rganizations 40

tudent Activities tudent O 5300 Building tudent Center, eadership S Leadership S Associated S S S The Leadership Studies program provides a variety of opportunities for for opportunities of variety a provides program Studies them Leadership guide The to and leadership of perceptions their challenge to potential. students leadership own their about thinking critically of way new a Completion to of Certificates earning toward used be can offered courses the Courses of Many Leadership. Service or Studies Leadership leader the either in develop to how learning on concentrate division this in offered mutually critical-thinking skills; experiencing improving within; raising self-esteem; developing self-motivation; increasing self-awareness; greater techniques; problem-solving/decision-making relationships; supportive and experiential, offering many interactive are and helping others. Courses hands-on opportunities the and practicum experiences outside for field work schedule for course offerings. class Check the current classroom. spectrum a broad of develops student government College’s Cuesta to goals are Its and servicesactivities, programs, for the student body. contact, entertainment, social and leadership opportunities for provide activities foster a sense of unity Extracurricular the campus community. pursuing specialized as among student groups among individuals, as well interests. provide events various of The complete planning and production for all. activities experience for student leaders and enjoyable excellent and programs, forums, series, film awareness community bands, Lectures, government student of scope the within all are events special and seasonal sponsorship. the educational experience array of student activities involves The broad College. Students of Cuesta of all members of the Associated Students a experience role, taking an active them and, by plan and develop their academic pursuits. beyond personal satisfaction and growth Cuesta College (ASCC) operates under Students of The Associated Code and in the in the California Education authorized regulations The ASCC is the Trustees. of College Board policies of the Cuesta Membership is open organization. government official student college’s ID card. an ASCC Student to all students who purchase Cuesta of welfare the general The ASCC is established to promote College students; to guarantee equality of opportunity among students; to offer an experience in practice of the American democratic and and to encourage student participation in, planning for, government; offers of student activities. It program in a comprehensive involvement students opportunities to participate to in social and cultural events, create and to activities, to interact with professionals, in governance share organizations and programs. and administer their own organizations campus to recognition grant ASCC the and college The groups. including honor societies, service organizations, those with an religious and interest special and departmental and focus, but life ethnic/multicultural social for opportunity an offer only not clubs of types varied The these of of student leadership. also make a fine contribution to the development number reasonable a in participation active and Membership the college. by recommended strongly organizations are only, Obispo Campus Luis San located on the Student Center, The student life opportunities and a place for comprehensive provides Services Services 41 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Ks Ks alWOR VETERANS C Articulation Agreements ASSIST Cuesta College is approved for the training of veterans underVeterans and the California States the public laws of the United various Program. must under any federal or state program Any student who plans to enroll 546-3142 which will Office, (805) Veterans College contact the Cuesta supply all necessary forms and information. who died as a result of veterans or widows children who are Students of military totally service, who are of veterans dependents or who are of such servicedisabled as a result or peace time military service since Veterans the 16, 1940, may be eligible for assistance from September of California. Satisfactory scholarship, or the State Administration for all students receiving required are progress attendance, and program any federal or state agency. benefits from Veterans College subject to change training are pertaining to veterans’ regulations and Rules Cuesta the with check to advised are Veterans time. any at It regulations. rules, and requirements, a copy of the latest receive Office to Office of any changes to Veterans to inform the responsibility is the veteran’s his or her schedule and program. designed to program College is a comprehensive at Cuesta CalWORKs services, fast-track curriculum options, employment academic provide counseling, and supportive servicesand career for the welfare-to-work to major-specified prerequisite courses, Cal Poly will give preference preference will give Poly courses, Cal prerequisite to major-specified Education their General to students who complete for most majors Education General Intersegmental Certification or the Breadth as applying Students to transfer. prior (IGETC) Curriculum Transfer with all recommended to Cal Poly transfer applicants upper-division a higher traditionally have for their major courses completed prerequisite University. rate of acceptance to the and become familiar with the articulation who wish to transfer need to Students universities four-year with established has College Cuesta agreements and in specific majors.colleges in general education counselors/ to students through available are Articulation agreements articulation Most Center. Transfer in the academic advisors and or ASSIST (www. the Internet through also can be accessed agreements students access to specific instructions allow assist.org). Easy-to-follow College has established Cuesta where for all colleges course requirements agreements. Student Inter-institutional Stimulating ASSIST (Articulation Subsystem at www.assist. is a student-transfer information system available Transfer) courses completed at a describing how org. ASSIST displays reports to an undergraduate degree California community college will be applied or University University to a California State transfered when they are repositoryof California campus. As the official of articulation for the most ASSIST provides public colleges and universities, California’s about student transfer accurate and up-to-date information available planning to transfer who are within the state of California. Students of California campus University or a University to a California State with a ASSIST information (in consultation to utilize encouraged are counselor) for important the transfer and articulation information about process. tate University tudents ransfer S alifornia Polytechnic S Polytechnic alifornia T ates for ervices UC Merced Diego UC San Bay CSU Monterey CSU Northridge Francisco CSU San Jose CSU San CSU Fullerton Pomona Cal Poly University State Sonoma Columbia College Chapman University Verne of La University Technology) (Library of Maine Information University University National areer S areer ransferring to C • • • • • • • • • • • • • • C T Filing D Filing California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) is a (Cal Poly) Obispo Luis San University, State California Polytechnic admission (CSU) system. Because University part of the California State a comprehensive utilizes the university is highly competitive, to Cal Poly selection. Candidates are strategy to determine undergraduate admission of each major is nature The competitive major. and ranked by screened to the number compared based on the number of applications received, qualifications. and to each applicant’s of openings available, by a stated deadline, asked to submit, for a specific term are Applicants site), Internet application for admission (via the CSUMentor a Cal Poly which collects the necessary rank each applicant in the selection data to criteria include completion of specified coursework, pool. Selection grades in specified coursew and general education classes, and ork experience. extracurricular activities and work information comprehensive website provides Admissions Poly The Cal students should pay special Transfer on the admission selection process. coursework listed for their major on the attention to the prerequisite website Admissions on the Cal Poly available Guide Preparation Transfer at www.ess.calpoly.edu/_admiss/. it is strongly Cal Poly, of the special conditions of admission to Because counselor College Cuesta a with closely work students that recommended The course articulation Plan. (course Educational a Student to prepare College maximizes and Cuesta Cal Poly between agreement equivalency) addition In credit. the number of classes that will transfer for degree Students should check with the Transfer/Career Center for information Center for information Transfer/Career should check with the Students transfer to UC, CSU or application deadlines for regarding www. or see www.csumentor.edu; independent colleges and universities www.aiccumentor.org. universityofcalifornia.edu/pathways; Career services and clarifying to assist students in exploring available Career are occupational fields, and making their goals, researching their career may make arrangements with Students educational plans accordingly. counselor to complete online assessments of their interests a career to obtain System Information Career Eureka use the and personality, check out any of a large information about specific occupations, and and educational planning. to career number of books related assessment and planning are wishing to do in-depth career Student Couns 261, and/or Exploration, encouraged to take Couns 254, Career decision-making career nine-week Shadowing, and Job Readiness Career counselors. career and planning courses taught by Cuesta College Cuesta Cuesta College Cuesta 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 42

Career education and job seeking skills including vocational including vocational and job seeking skills education Career and interview as resume as well assessments preparation; programs; job training and education Integrated provide to programs with other established Cuesta Networking support services; activities that enable in work students of CalWORKs Placement experience, practical work gain requirements, them to meet work study positions, internships, i.e., work and meet educational goals, campus; and job placement on/off plans that work development counseling and student Academic plans. to work with welfare assessment with supportiveLife management and counseling and crisis intervention. • • • • • • student. Welfare-to-work students are those who are enrolled at Cuesta at Cuesta enrolled are those who students are Welfare-to-work student. the Department of Social cash assistance from receive College and and their children. Servicesfor themselves Servicesinclude: partnership the Department with community agencies such as, of In as local employers, Centers, as well Career Services, Stop One Social transition from student’s TANF is to assist the the goal of CalWORKs and financial self-sufficiency. to employment welfare Student Center, Connections, located at Career staff are CalWORKs 5310, (805) 546-3204. Room Services Cuesta College 2008-2009 Catalog 43

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minimum of two courses from a single minimum of two courses from ence Deree g Science in Students selecting this option DEGREE: Students TE IN ARTS egree GENERAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION - A minimum of - A minimum CERTIFICATION EDUCATION GENERAL College before at Cuesta be completed in residence 3 units must certification may be granted. must A minimum of 12 units CREDIT - DIPLOMA HOSPITAL be can credit College before at Cuesta in residence be completed awarded. of 12 units must be completed CREDIT - A minimum MILITARY awarded. can be credit College before at Cuesta in residence Choose either option I or II or III for the General Education Education Choose either option I or II or III for the General educational goal. to your pattern related those outlined from of Emphasis” in one “Area Complete 18 credits of Emphasis” courses in the “Area appropriate, where (Note: below. may also be counted for a GE area). ALL OPTIONS, complete the necessary College Cuesta For the section in the (See requirements. graduation and proficiency Catalog and meet with a counselor). College Cuesta transfer to CSU. Couses in All classes listed below for transfer credits. to www.ASSIST.org transferable to UC. Refer I. ASSOCIA College AA/AS courses for Cuesta must complete all of the required Platter. Education General selecting this option must complete all of the II. CSU/GE: Students courses for CSU GE certification. required selecting this option must complete all of the : Students III. IGETC certification. for IGETC courses required SIS: AREAS OF EMPHA of Emphasis. one Area from required 18 credits Courses selected can be used to fulfill GE areas. depth, include a For disciplines in your include at least three breadth, discipline. For selection. for required fall 2009, a grade of “C” or better is : Effective NOTE of emphasis. all courses taken in an area may be necessary: Electives to total the 60 ELECTIVE CREDITS for the Associate Degree. units required overall esignated D • • • • • • • • • • ate Associate s Requirement Liberal Arts D Graduates from Cuesta College have conferred upon them the degree of the degree upon them conferred College have Cuesta from Graduates for graduation Associate in Arts Associate in Science. Requirements or Community of the California of Governors the Board by prescribed are Trustees. of Board Colleges and the District is designated for students The Associate of Arts in Liberal ArtsDegree of liberal arts and sciences plus additional knowledge who wish a broad The Associate of Arts in Liberal of Emphasis.” coursework in an “Area planning on would be an ideal choice for students Arts Degree of California, or University University transferring to the California State with an requirements as the student can satisfy their general education to majors at CSU or additional focus on transferable coursework related UC. with work applicable college level semester units of degree (60) Sixty A minimum of 12 (2.0 GPA). required of “C” or better are an average

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AREA After successfully completing courses in this category, students will in this category, completing courses After successfully analyze research, role in and its the scientific method understand strategies for and employ and develop way, in a structured problems will understand the Students scientific principles. solutions using those theories develop how scientific theories, for current empirical bases also will the natural world. Students they explain and change, and how of on the development scientific knowledge the influence of appreciate civilization. courses: the following one from Select Anthropology 201 Astronomy 210 Biology 201A 204 205 211 212 216 220 221 222 224 Chemistry 21A 210 210FL 211 Technology Electronics 213 Geology 210 211 220 Nutrition 210 211 Oceanography 210 Science Physical 201A 201B Physics 205A 208A 210 130 Psychology 202

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identify, explain, and analyze the core concepts and methods of the the core explain, and analyze identify, major discipline in which the course is included; the influences and contributions of explain, and analyze identify, human history, the specific discipline to other disciplines, cultures, and our quest to understand the universe. information within integrate, and critically analyze organize, alternative the course, using these skills to generate and evaluate and perspectives; in our multicultural society. enriched lives to live students prepare • • • • GENERAL GENERAL ASSOCIATE requirements CRITERIA SES COUR Categories of courses that fulfill as and the criteria for inclusion in each of the categories are general education requirementsfollows: In order to qualify for a degree from Cuesta College, students must Cuesta from to qualify for a degree order In applicable semester units with a 2.0 grade complete 60 associate degree least 12 of the 60 units must be earned at Cuesta. At point average. Education must take a minimum of 18 units of General Students coursework (one course in each category) and and meet the English and requirement, Education the Health requirements, competency Math 18 units in math/science courses. A.S., requires requirement. the diversity Upon completion of the general education course pattern, in addition to completion Upon outcomes, students should be able to: the area-specific General education is a coherent pattern of courses intended to serve education is a coherent General is intended to strengthen as a whole, the program Taken purposes: three students to the introduce essential intellectual skills; broadly students’ students of the major disciplines; and prepare concepts and methods core education General multicultural society. in our to lead enriched lives as for a major or allowed those required distinguished from courses are category Courses in the general education chosen electives. freely are they survey concepts and the core in two senses: independently, “general” included; and they point, methods of the discipline in which they are possible, to the influences and contributions of the discipline to where human historyother disciplines, culture, and our quest to understand our universe. the ability to think and students will acquire this program, Through both orally and in writing; to use communicate clearly and effectively understand the modes mathematics and other symbolic systems; to of inquiry and the structures of the major disciplines; to appreciate and of other cultures to be aware of the natural environment; processes and social problems; thinking about ethical insights by times; to achieve the history and its governing to understand and appreciate of US culture institutions. semester degree applicable units must be completed at Cuesta College. completed at Cuesta units must be applicable semester degree Instruction Instruction 47

ities human 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 and s Art : : Introductory Psychology (3) Psychology Introductory (3) Psychology to Social Introduction (3) and Adjustment Personality (3) to Sociology Introduction (3) Institutions Social (3) Relations Group Minority (3) Studies Women’s to Introduction Beginning American Sign Language (3) American Sign Beginning Language II (3) American Sign Language III (3) American Sign Language IV (3) American Sign (3) Art Appreciation (3) Gothic Age through Stone of Art History: Old Survey 19th Century through of Art (3) History: Renaissance Survey of Art History: 20th CenturySurvey (3) Art (3) of Art History: Non-Western Survey (2-3) of 2-D Design Fundamentals (2-3) Drawing Beginning (2-3) Media to Print Introduction (2-3) Design 3-Dimensional (2-3) Sculpture Beginning Ceramics (2-3) (3) of Acting Principles (3) Literature to Dramatic Introduction (3) Appreciation Theater (3) to the Theatre Introduction (3) to Literature Composition: Introduction English (3) to Poetry Introduction (3) to the Novel Introduction (3) Story to the Short Introduction (3) American Literature (3) American Literature (3) in American Literature Voices Multicultural (3) Shakespeare (3) and Film Literature (3) Women by Literature (3) Writing Creative (3) Literature European (3) Literature European (3) Literature of British Survey (3) Literature of British Survey C rea Area Psychology 201 206 233 Sociology 201A 201B 206 208 After successfully completing courses in this category, students will courses in this category, After successfully completing human imagination in a of the works of the great the value recognize their contribution to human culture. context and understand broad and appraise cultural/artistic They will be able to analyze achievements language acquisition is a door Since forms. and/or non-verbal in verbal who students to understanding the arts and humanities of other cultures, second language skills also fulfill the categoryrequirement. acquire C courses: the following one from Select Language American Sign 215A 215B 215C 215D Art 200 203 204 205 206 220 221 240 270 271 280 Drama 201A 205 206 207 English 201B 205 206 207 212A 212B 213 215 216 217 231 244A 244B 246A 246B s studie oral ioral behav d an social : : Archaeology (3) Archaeology (3) Anthropology Cultural (3) World of the Contemporary Culture (3) and Development Child Growth (3) of Economics Principles (3) of Economics Principles (3) Life Span Development Human (3) Relations and Family Marriage (3) Women of Patterns Developmental and the Addiction Studies: to Addiction Introduction Community (3) (3) Geography Physical (3) Geography Cultural (3) Civilization World History of (3) Civilization World History of (3) Civilization Western History of (3) Civilization Western History of (3) States History of the United (3) States History of the United History of Latin America (3) History of Latin America (3) History of California (3) (3) History of the Mexican-American East (3) History of the Far History (3) Afro-American HistoryThe of African Civilization (3) (3) Women History of American Women (3) HistoryRole of The of the Introduction to Law (3) Science (3) to Political Introduction (3) States of the United Politics and Government (3) Politics World (3) Law and Politics (3) Government Comparative Theory (3) to Political Introduction B rea Area Cuesta College Cuesta After successfully completing courses in this category, students will in this category, completing courses After successfully the methods and evaluate to employ the theories and be able understand and critically be able to analyze will Students inquiry. of social science and society, institutions groups, about the individual, social assess ideas will and function. Students structure interrelationships, as their as well a capacity for self-understanding to develop be able to use this knowledge and to understand contemporaryand their issues, conflicts, problems origins. courses: the following one from Select Anthropology 202 203 225 Early Childhood Education 201 Economics 201A 201B Studies Family 212 214 215 270 Geography 201 202 History 203A 203B 204A 204B 207A 207B 208A 208B 210 212 219 233 235 237 239 Legal 217 Science Political 201 202 204 205 206 209 Cuesta College Cuesta THINKING

ICAL ANALYT can Institutions American : : News Writing and Reporting (3) and Reporting Writing News (3) Communication to Mass Introduction (3) Address Public (3) Discussion Group Small Communications (3) Intercultural (3) Argument and Debate (3) Elementary College Mathematics 2 (5) Part Algebra: Beginning Two-Semester Elementary Algebra (5) to Computer Science (3) Introduction (3) Programming Basic Beginning Language (3) “C” Programming of computer Science I (4) Fundamentals (4) Circuits Digital GeometryPlane (3) 1 (5) Algebra - Part Intermediate 2 (5) Algebra - Part Intermediate Algebra (5) Intermediate (3) Trigonometry (3) for the Humanities College Mathematics (5) Foundations with Geometric Trigonometry College Algebra (3) Statistics to Applied Introduction Algebra (5) Precalculus (4) to Statistics Introduction (3) and Management Calculus for Business Analytic Geometry and Calculus (5) to Logic (3) Introducation E

D2: D2: AREA AREA After successfully completing courses in this category, students will After successfully completing courses in this category, in the understand the impact of social, political, and economic forces will be able to employ of the US. Students historical development Journalism 201A 201B Speech 201A 210 212 215 students will be courses in this category, After successfully completing able to construct statements in a formal symbolic system, analyze and the symbolic system and its between and understand the relationship the will also appreciate world. Students real applications in the various and its the system, its logical structure, and limitations of strengths derivation. fulfillment alternatives: the following from Select 1 Alternative Math 119 122 123 OR 2 Alternative assessment and through requirement Math competency* the Fulfill complete one of the following: Systems Computer Information 201 213 217 231 Technology Electronics 216 Math 125 126A 126B 127 229 230 231 232 236 242 247 255 265A Philosophy 208 ENGLISH

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 S IN IONS ICAT COMMUN 48 College Reading and Writing (4) Writing and College Reading (4) Communication Technical Basic Communications (4) and Oral Writing Technical Composition (4) English Thinking (3) Composition: Critical English Elementary French (4) Elementary French (4) French (4) French (4) Elementary German (4) German (4) German 18th Century Ancient - (3) and History of Furniture: Design Century 18th - 20th (3) and History of Furniture: Design History (3) Music History (3) Music (3) Classical Music Appreciation: Music (3) Music American Popular Appreciation: Music History (3) Jazz Appreciation: Music (3) of Music Fundamentals (3) to the Bible Introduction (3) to Philosophy Introduction (3) Religions World Classics in TheoryPhilosophical Reality (3) of (3) Philosophy and Social Classics in Ethics Philosophical (4) Elementary Spanish (4) Spanish (4) Spanish (3) of Literature Interpretation Oral D1: D1:

AREA After successfully completing courses in this category, students will students After successfully completing courses in this category, expository effective discourse write or orally deliver and argumentative will be able to with a focus on inquiry Students as persuasion. as well and communicate to comprehend listen critically in order and read techniques in the their understanding of the central ideas and rhetorical assigned texts. They also will be able to demonstrate an ethical use of spoken work. rhetorical techniques in their written and/or various fulfillment alternatives: the following from Select 1 Alternative English 156 165 OR 2 Alternative asessment and through requirement English compentency* the Fulfill complete one of the following: English 210 201A 201C French 201 202 203 German 201 202 203 Design Interior 240 245 Music 230A 230B 235 237 238 239 Philosophy 205 206 209 212 213 Spanish 201 202 203 Speech 202A Instruction Instruction 49

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Requirement Food Customs and Culture and Customs Food (3) Psychology to Social Introduction (3) Problems Social (3) Relations Group Minority (3) Studies Women’s to Introduction Communication (3) Intercultural Health Education (3) Education Health (3) Issues Health Women’s (3) Health Multicultural A.S., Nursing, Registered A.S., Nursing, Registered Nursing, C.P., Option) (30 Unit Registered Nursing. C.P., Descriptive and discussion content of the major chronic diseases in and discussion content of the major chronic Descriptive States. the United a diseases from of individual risk factors for chronic Evaluation and lifestyle perspective. genetic, environmental, diseases/ and discussion content about communicable Descriptive and C) including symptoms Hepatitis infections (e.g., STI’s, prevention. and nutritional concepts Analyzing the influence of environmental on food choices. of management to prevention and stress diet, exercise, Relating wellbeing. diseases and psychological includes that physical fitness program an appropriate Developing and endurance conditioning, muscle strength cardiovascular training, and flexibility. and beliefs and mental values between the relationship Examining interpersonal effective to create this relationship health. Utilize of addictive coping, prevention communication in relationships, behaviors and personal safety. health and and apply spiritual concepts to improve Analyze wellness. Registered A.S., Nursing, Registered Nursing, C.P., Option) (30 Unit Registered Nursing. C.P., • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ealth Health Nutrition 222 Psychology 206 Sociology 202 206 208 Speech 212 Degrees: Registered Completion of Nursing, After successfully completing this requirement, students will be able students After successfully completing this requirement, all the of that is inclusive & depth of knowledge to apply a breadth social, mental & dimensions of health e.g., spiritual, environmental, of the health education emotional, and physical. The scope and content the student with the knowledge provides this requirement course work analyze literature, health solving skills essential to evaluate and problem lifestyle choices. This preparation personal health risks and promote choices applicable to their the student to make relevant empowers and health risk factors that ultimately optimize genetic, environmental, a lifetime. mind/body/spirit health over the following: one from Select Education Health 202 203 208 Degrees: Registered Completion of Nursing,

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Cultural Anthropology (3) Anthropology Cultural (3) California Indians (3) Business International (3) Curriculum Multicultural/Anti-bias (3) in American Literature Voices Munticultural (3) Women by Literature (3) the Life Span Across Development Identity Ethnic (3) Women of Patterns Developmental (3) Issues Health Women’s (3) Health Multicultural (3) Women History of American (3) Women of History of the Role to Law (3) Introduction History of the United States (3) States History of the United (3) States History of the United (3) States of the United Government REQUIREMENT Diversity H NGLIS *e Cuesta College Cuesta After successfully completing the requirement, students will be able students After successfully completing the requirement, biased assumptions and behaviors of assess, and challenge to identify, within relations inter-group individuals and societal institutions; analyze sexual religion, gender, as race, ethnicity, such categories of identity, or age; and examine struggles of nationality, orientation, class, ability, justice, and access to resources. for power, non-dominant groups the following: one from Select Anthropology 203 220 Education Business 260 Early Childhood Education 215 English 213 217 Studies Family 213 215 Education Health 203 208 History 237 239 Legal 217 Competency in reading, written expression, and mathematics must expression, written Competency in reading, competency and written expression reading be demonstrated. The for level by either being assessed at the eligible satisfied are requirements 201A with a passing grade; or completing English 201A; or by English 165 with a grade of “C” or better. 156, or English English taking by Math 119 by completing is satisfied requirement The math competency scoring a 70% or higher by or 122 or 123 with a grade of C or better or 123 # 2 or the Math Test Assessment College Math on either the Cuesta Test. Proficiency interpretative skills to analyze historical causes and effects. Students will and effects. historical causes analyze skills to interpretative the among interrelationship understanding of the an enhanced have an will also develop Students time. over our government branches of and gender, and ethnic, social diversity, of US cultural and understanding class conflict. courses: the following one from Select History 207A 207B Science Political 202 / Cuesta College Cuesta tutions Substi ion Educat s Degree and ard nstitutions w ork o T W

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General Degree grams Pro Career Certificate of S Certificate of Achievement Certificate of Specialization. Both provide instruction in the skills and provide Specialization. Both Certificate of in an occupation. Theto make progress needed to enter or knowledge must be eligible to program a career-oriented student who wants to pursue College. at Cuesta enroll require programs degree Science in Associate and Arts in Associate The courses in general education, health, and diversity completion of a series of Degree to the “Associate Refer career-oriented. are addition to courses which section of this catalog. Requirements” the college in close cooperation by developed are programs Vocational business, from with advisory committees composed of representatives and the college. These advisoryreview course committees industry, content to make certain that the instruction and curriculum provide made to update the curriculum. are skills, and recommendations current the most current receive students in these programs this manner, In chosen in their them for employment information and skills to prepare field. goal will change. The college educational a student’s Frequently of changing the mobility within our society and the necessity recognizes a degree from students can switch education needs and goals. Therefore, is also reverse The to a certificateof credit. without loss program program true. completion of a course or a series of courses. require Certificate programs students who seek certificates wish to complete a career Typically, students Many as quickly as possible to obtain employment. program and for the certificate, employment, attain complete the requirements education College to complete the additional general to Cuesta return for transfer. or requirements for an Associate degree requirements degree, with transfer, programs career A list which includes the various Following or certificate in this document. designation appears later on and degree, for each transfer, required the specific course(s) the list are certificate program. additional information to plan a specific Counseling Services can provide in this catalog. not covered program Consult each semester. Courses listed in this catalog may not be offered class schedule to determine if with a college counselor or obtain a current a needed class is being offered. Specilization to those students College shall grant a Certificate of Cuesta with a minimum satisfactorily completed the requirements who have of study area grade of “C” for a specific course or courses in a specialized and apply for the certificate. to those students Achievement College shall grant a Certificate of Cuesta area in a specialized satisfactorily completed the requirements who have of study. Cuesta College offers two types of academic programs with occupational occupational with programs academic of types two offers College Cuesta to an Associate in Arts leading emphasis: programs or Associate in Science Certi a to leading programs and degree Instruction Instruction 51 heriff ’s

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Education Business The College Level ExaminationProgram (CLEP) provides credit for successful completion of examinations and is based upon thepremise that significant learning can and does take place outside conducted of CLEP exams are an educational institution. Evaluation of by the appropriate instructional area. CLEP exams are subject evaluationto an based upon meeting course context. Students may petition of counseling services for each the director and credit for review students enrolled for currently is available examination. This avenue of information contact the Director more in good standing. For Counseling Services. for College credit Cuesta may receive School Students Local High Obispo Luis the San courses, through technical and vocational approved “Credit A specialized process. Articulation Agreement Prep Tech County students to challenge the high school allows process” Examination by valid a provided of specific courses, content and/or skill proficiency high school and the student’s between articulation agreement Prep Tech for students waived fees are College is maintained. Enrollment Cuesta Luis in San been in residence in high school who have enrolled currently Cuesta Each student must fill out a County for at least one year. Obispo form, and submit to Enroll” College admission application and a “Permit Office. College Records a transcript to the Cuesta Office at 805-546-3100 ext Prep Tech information, contact the more For 2533. ilitary raining in the M raining in T tudies ducational ducational Courses) xamination (Challenge of The course is listed in the catalog and appears on the list of classes The course is listed in the catalog and appears that may be challenged. for the course. The student has completed all prerequisites completed in good standing, and has registered, The student is duly College. at Cuesta work at least 12 units of “C” average or on a credit/no A course may be challenged for a letter grade basis if the course has an either/or grade option code. credit A maximum of 15 semester units may be challenged. than once. A course may not be challenged more may not be used to satisfy a challenge through received Units veteran’s for athletics, financial aid or eligibility requirements benefits. the examination will include a lab a lab, courses that involve For portion, studio portfolio similar demonstration of or a evaluation ability. challenge may not be used to satisfy through received Units for the associate degree. requirements residency redit by E by redit redit for E redit • • • • • • • • • ndependent S I C C Cuesta College Cuesta For more information, refer to the “Petition for Credit by Examination” Examination” by for Credit to the “Petition information, refer more For Office. and Records in the Admissions form available The option of Independent Study at Cuesta College provides an Cuesta College provides Study at Independent The option of opportunity an for an in-depth study or practicum experience by of an instructor. individual student in a selected topic under the direction must a student must not be on academic probation, to qualify, order In study course, in another class in addition to the independent be enrolled and preparatory course work. completed the prerequisite and must have than two units for an independent study A student may not earn more a student should initiate independent study, To course in any term. enroll Office eligibility to Records Admissions and the confirm through in an independent study course and should contact the appropriate academic division. 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For accepted with no unit Office. and Records Admissions knowledge, to use their acquired examination enables students by Credit abilities and competencies to challenge certain existing courses for units of credit. be complete and submitted to examination must by for credit Petitions Friday of the fourth Office no later than the and Records the Admissions of of the second week of the fall or spring semester or the Friday week summer session. by Credit to qualify for must be met in order requirements These Examination: Policy R6400: Cuesta College Board restrictions apply per The following the college. Students may receive credit but no grade for some courses if but no grade for some credit receive may Students the college. Placement Advanced Board 4, or 5 on the College a 3, scored they have 12 units completed at least have The students must (AP). 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a Associ – A.A. Physical Education Physical A.S. C.A. A.S. C.S. C.S. Physics A.S. Science Political A.A. Technician Psychiatric A.S. C.A. Psychology A.S. Recreation A.A. Sociology A.A. C.S. Instruction Instruction 3 2 4 3 4 2 4 4 3 4 1 4 4 4 4 2 5 5 4 3 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 5 3 5 3 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 5 5 3 (3) 55 Qtr. Units Qtr. Qtr. Units Qtr. Units Qtr. Units Qtr. Sem. Units Sem. Units Sem. Sem. Units Sem.

culture iculture Hort gy Technolo 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Florist Practices I Practices Florist Construction Horticulture Environmental Design of Horticulture Principles II Practices Florist Growing California Fruit Horticulture to Environmental Orientation Science and Crop Science and Crop of Horticulture Principles Crops California Field Project Enterprise Management Project Enterprise of DairyingElements Dairy Science Orientation Programs Marketing Dairy Product Dairy Foods Frozen Dairy General Manufacturing and Inspection Processing Milk Evaluation Dairy Foods Bacteriology General College ChemistryGeneral Biochemistry to Organic Introduction College Algebra and Feeding Dairy Feeds of DairyingElements Dairy Science Orientation and Marketing Dairy Promotion Dairy General Manufacturing and Inspection Processing Milk & Showing Fitting Dairy Breeds, Cattle Selection, Bacteriology General Life Science College ChemistryGeneral College Algebra Production Seed Commercial Farming Precision Growing California Fruit Horticulture to Environmental Orientation Science and Crop Science and Crop of Horticulture Principles Science Introductory Soil Production Vegetable California Botany General College ChemistryGeneral College Algebra Science loral Design Floral ronmental Environmental p Cro duction Pro Dairy .S., .S., .S., .S., duct Pro Dairy .S., A A Science/ A A Cal Poly Required Courses (26 units) Required Cal Poly EHS 125 EHS 126 EHS 128 EHS 225 FRSC 230 HCS 110 HCS120 Courses (25 units) Required Cal Poly Cal Poly Required Course (33 units) Course (33 Required Cal Poly CRSC 132 CRSC 202 202 VGSC or Courses (23 units) Required Cal Poly DSCI 121 DSCI 123 DSCI 202 DSCI 223 DSCI 231 DSCI 233 DSCI 234 Courses (17 units) Required Cuesta BIO 204 CHEM 201A CHEM 211 232 MATH DSCI 101 DSCI 121 DSCI 123 DSCI 202 DSCI 231 DSCI 233 DSCI 241 Courses (16 units) Required Cuesta BIO 204 BIO 211 CHEM 201A 232 MATH CRSC 231 CRSC 244 FRSC 230 HCS 110 HCS120 SS 121 190 VGSC Electives Suggested Cuesta BIO 202 CHEM 201A 232 MATH 2 1 2 1 4 4 4 4 4 2 1 2 3 4 1 3 4 4 3 3 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 3 5 5 4 (4) (5) 2-4 Qtr. Units Qtr. Qtr. Units Qtr. Qtr. Units Qtr. Sem. Units Sem. Sem. Units Sem. gement Mana

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and Careers in Bioresource and in Bioresource Careers Agricultural Engineering Laboratory and Safety Skills Graphics Design Engineering CAD for Agricultural Engineering of Electricity Fundamentals Planning Agricultural Structures Systems to Mechanical Introduction in Agriculture of Irrigation Principles Surveying Engineering General College ChemistryGeneral Trigonometry Life Science Laboratory Safety and Skills Graphics Design Engineering Agricultural Machinery Safety and Machinery Management Agricultural Power CAD for Agricultural Engineering Analysis Agricultural Systems Science Introductory Soil to Chemistry Introduction to Chemistry with Introduction Assisted Learning Facilitator College Algebra Physics General to the Animal Sciences Introduction Science of Animal Principles Science Meat and Feeding Introductory Animal Nutrition Production to Beef Introduction Production of Swine Systems Management of Sheep Systems Science Equine Management to Poultry Introduction Animals of Farm Anatomy and Physiology Management Show Livestock Management Equine Sale and for Show of Livestock Preparation Enterprise Management Livestock College ChemistryGeneral College ChemistryGeneral and Biochemistry to Organic Introduction Careers in Bioresource and in Bioresource Careers Engineering Agricultural s BioResource mal Science Animal stems Sy ricultural Ag .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., A Engineering A A TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURAL Cuesta College Cuesta

BRAE 128 BRAE 129 BRAE 133 BRAE 151 BRAE 216 BRAE 232 BRAE 234 BRAE 236 BRAE 239 Cal Poly Required Course (26 units) Required Cal Poly

or CHEM 201A 229 MATH Electives Suggested Cuesta BIO 211 BRAE 129 BRAE 133 BRAE 141 BRAE 142 BRAE 151 BRAE 203 SS 121 Courses (14-15) Required Cuesta CHEM 210 or CHEM 210FL 232 MATH 205A PHYS Course (38 units) Required Cal Poly ASCI 101 ASCI 112 ASCI 211 ASCI 220 ASCI 221 ASCI 222 ASCI 223 ASCI 224 PM 225 VS 223 Electives Suggested Cal Poly ASCI 212 ASCI 214 ASCI 260 ASCI 290 CHEM 201A CHEM 201B CHEM 211 BRAE 128 Cal Poly Required Course (20 units) Course (20 Required Cal Poly 3 4 4 3 5 4 3 4 4 2 4 2 4 4 4 5 5 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 1.5 Qtr. Units Qtr. Sem. Units Sem.

Cuesta College Cuesta and gy Technolo and Practice Education of Architectural Survey & Presentation Design Architectural Computer Graphics Communication I Visual and Design Communication II Visual and Design Systems Control Environment Architectural Pruning Vineyard Pruning Vineyard General College Chemistry College General Science Vegetable to Introduction Beekeeping Pomology Pomology Practices Viticulture Viticulture Horticulture to Environmental Orientation Science and Crop Science and Crop of Horticulture Principles Propagation Plant Science Introductory Soil Botany General College ChemistryGeneral College Algebra Techniques Propagation Fertilization and Irrigation Vineyard Canopy Management Vineyard Viticulture Basic Update Management Control Pest in and Quality Fertility Soil Viticulture Central Coast Techniques Propagation Fertilization and Irrigation Vineyard Canopy Management Vineyard Viticulture Basic Update Management Control Pest in and Quality Fertility Soil Viticulture Central Coast to Construction Introduction Plumbing Residential Wiring Residential Welding Basic ices Pract Viticulture ices Pract Viticulture tectural itectural Arch ience Sc Fruit .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., A C C Maintenance A ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY Required Courses (34.5 units) Required 201 ARCH 232 ARCH 221 ARCH 222 ARCH 244 ARCH Required Courses (5 units) Courses Required 105 AGTC (17 units) Courses Required 105 AGTC CHEM 201A College is equivalent at Cuesta *NUTR 10 College is equivalent at Cuesta *NUTR 22 units) Course (35 Required Cal Poly 230 VGSC FRSC 123 FRSC 132 FRSC 133 FRSC 210 FRSC 231 HCS 110 HCS120 HCS 124 SS 121 Electives Suggested Cuesta BIO 202 CHEM 201A 232 MATH 110 AGTC 115 AGTC 120 AGTC 130 AGTC 135 AGTC 140 AGTC 110 AGTC 115 AGTC 120 AGTC 130 AGTC 135 AGTC 140 AGTC 250 CTCH 168 CTCH 169 CTCH WELD 270A 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 2 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 3 2 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 Qtr. Units Qtr. Qtr. Units Qtr. Qtr. Units Qtr. Sem. Units Sem. Sem. Units Sem. Units Sem. Sem. Units Sem. culture iculture Hort culture iculture Hort e Design e 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Introduction to Food Science to Food Introduction Operations Processing Food Nutrition and Culture Customs an Nutrition: Food Sanitation Plant Wine and Food Analysis and Hazard Safety of Food Principles Life Science Fundamentals of Environmental Horticulture II Horticulture of Environmental Fundamentals Environmental Horticulture Construction Horticulture Environmental Design of Horticulture Principles Materials Plant Materials Plant Horticulture to Environmental Orientation Science and Crop Science Crop and of Horticulture Principles Sciences Introductory Soil Nutrition and Plant Fertilizers Botany General of Accounting Elements to Computer Applications Introduction Horticulture Environmental and Maintenance Landscape Installation Propagation Plant Construction Horticulture Environmental Materials Plant Materials Plant Applications Horticulture Horticulture to Environmental Orientation Science and Crop Science and Crop of Horticulture Principles Sciences Introductory Soil Nutrition and Plant Fertilizers Botany General of Accounting Elements to Computer Applications Introduction Horticulture Environmental and Maintenance Landscape Installation Introductory Soil Sciences Soil Introductory Botany General of Accounting Elements Applications to Computer Introduction Horticulture Environmental andscap Science L 56 ronmental Environmental ronmental Environmental

Food .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., duction Pro Science/Plant A A Science/ A Cal Poly Required Course (25 units) Required Cal Poly FSN 125 FSN 204 FSN 210* FSN 250* FSN 270 FSN 275 Course (8 units) Required Cuesta BIO 211 EHS 122 Cal Poly Required Courses (39 units) Required Cal Poly

EHS 126 EHS 128 EHS 231 EHS 232 HCS 110 HCS120 SS 121 SS 221 Courses (13 Units) Required Cuesta BIO 202 251 BUS CIS 210 Electives Suggested Cal Poly EHS 230 EHS 123 EHS 124 EHS 126 EHS 231 EHS 232 EHS 245 HCS 110 HCS120 SS 121 SS 221 Courses (13 Units) Required Cuesta BIO 202 251 BUS CIS 210 Electives Suggested Cal Poly EHS 230 Cal Poly Required Courses (32 units) Required Cal Poly EHS 123 SS 121 Courses (13 units) Required Cuesta BIO 202 251 BUS CIS 210 Electives Suggested Cal Poly EHS 230 Instruction Instruction 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 3 1 1 3 1 (3) (3) (3) 2-3 2-3 3-5 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3-5 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 2-3 57

Art 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Presentation Portfolio Art Gallery to Business Introduction Design of 2-Dimensional Fundamentals Drawing Intermediate Art Digital Presentation Portfolio Art Gallery Stoneage of Art History: Old Survey Gothic Through Life Drawing Intermediate Color Painting Intermediate Painting Watercolor Painting Figure Media to Print Introduction Etching Book Arts Photography Photography Intermediate Camera Art Digital Art Digital Merchandising Retail Drawing Beginning of Art History: Renaissance Survey 19th CenturyThrough of Art History: Modernism Survey and Post-Modernism Art of Art History: Non-Western Survey Life Drawing Painting Beginning Editing Video Digital Effects Video Digital Photography Digital Management Business Small Entrepreneurship Art Appreciation Survey of Art History: Old Stoneage Stoneage of Art History: Old Survey Gothic Through of Art History: Renaissance Survey 19th CenturyThrough Art of Art History: Non-Western Survey Camera Art System Operating Macintosh Art Digital Intermediate Art,and Photography Illustrator: Design, Adobe Art, and Photography Photoshop: Design, Adobe Painting Digital Art, and Photography Design, Indesign: Adobe Design Graphic Design Graphic Intermediate Design of 3-Dimensional Fundamentals Art Excursion onal imensional 2-D ., A . A ART 293 ART 295 ART 245 BUS courses A minimum of 8 units in Art the second year from including 6 Art, A.A. Degree. College for a 2-Dimensional must be earned at Cuesta (14-20 units) Courses Required 220 ART 222 ART 253 ART 293 ART 295 ART the following: 6 units from Plus 203 ART 224 ART 129 ART 231 ART 232 ART 234 ART 240 ART 241 ART 243 ART 244 ART 245 ART 246 ART ART 253 ART 246 or BUS 221 ART 204 ART 205 ART 206 ART the following: 9 units from Plus 223 ART 230 ART 247 ART 1248 ART 249 ART or BUS 248 or BUS 249 or BUS the following: 6 units from Plus 200 ART ART 203 ART 204 ART 206 ART 246 ART 150 ART 254 ART 255 ART 256 ART 257 ART ART 258 ART 266 ART 267 ART 270 ART ART 290 ART 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 1 2 3 3 5 5 3 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 5 5 3 2 1 2 3 1 3 3 2 2 3 (4) 1.5 1.5 1.5 gy Technolo gement Survey of Art History: Modernism of Art History: Modernism Survey and Post-Modernism Design of 2-Dimensional Fundamentals and Practice Education of Architectural Survey & Presentation Design Architectural Computer Graphics Communication I Visual and Design Computer Aided Drafting Architectural and Design Practice to Architectural Introduction to Construction Introduction I Drawing Engineering and to Architecture Introduction Design Environmental Communication II Visual and Design Presentation Portfolio Architecture Modelmaking Architectural Training with LEED Building Green Communication Graphic Architectural Advanced II Drawing Engineering GeometryPlane 2 Algebra-Part Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Trigonometry Foundations with Geometric Trigonometry Algebra Precalculus Math Precalculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Architectural Computer Aided Drafting Aided Drafting Computer Architectural and Design Practice to Architectural Introduction I Fundamentals Design Architectural II Fundamentals Design Architectural to Construction Introduction and to Architecture Introduction Design Environmental Modelmaking Architectural Training with LEED Building Green Communication Graphic Architectural Advanced Provisions Design Code I, Architectural Building AutoCAD I Drawing Engineering Engineering Drawing II Drawing Engineering Statics Engineering I of Materials Strength II of Materials Strength for Architects Systems Structural Mana

tectural itectural Arch s Art ., ., ., ., A A . . A C ART Cuesta College Cuesta A minimum of 8 units in Art including the Art Gallery units must be Degree. A.A. College for an Arts Management, earned at Cuesta Courses (16-20 units) Required 205 ART ART 220 ART Required Courses (21.5 units) Courses Required 201 ARCH 232 ARCH 221 ARCH 230 ARCH 242 ARCH 250 CTCH ENGR 226 the following: 6 units from Plus 202 ARCH 222 ARCH 213 ARCH 205 ARCH 245 ARCH 254 ARCH ENGR 227 125 MATH 126B MATH 127 MATH 229 MATH 231 MATH 242 MATH 263 MATH 265A MATH 265B MATH

230 ARCH 242 ARCH 251 ARCH 252 ARCH 250 CTCH the following: 9 units from Plus 202 ARCH 205 ARCH 245 ARCH 254 ARCH 180A CTCH ENGR 125 or ENGR 226 ENGR 227 ENGR 250 ENGR 252A and ENGR 252B ENGR 260 4 2 3 3 5 4 5 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 4 1 4 6 4 5 4 3 3 3 3 5 4 3 3 4 4 5 3 (5) (5) (3) (5) 2.5 2.5 3-4 3-4 3-4 Cuesta College Cuesta an Technician an Technician ne Performance Performance Engine

Accessories Electrical Automotive and Light Repair Maintenance Automotive Business Repair Automotive I Body Repair Auto Painting Automotive Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Accessories Electrical Automotive Combustion Engine Internal and Electronics Electricity Automotive Accessories Electrical Automotive Clean Air Car Course Basic Turbochargers and Injection Fuel Automotive and Air Conditioning Heating Automotive Computers to Automotive Introduction Systems Ignition Automotive Performance Engine Diagnostics Emissions Advanced to Computer Applications Introduction Fundamentals Electronics Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Business Repair Automotive I Repair Body Auto Body Auto Advanced Painting Auto Advanced Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry Science: Physics Physical Painting Automotive and Chemistry Science: Physics Physical Welding Basic Systems Braking Systems Chassis and Suspension and Air Conditioning Heating Automotive Computers to Automotive Introduction to Computer Applications Introduction Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Welding Basic & GTAW GMAW Welding y Body y Body uto Auto uto Auto d Advance ., ., A . .S., .S., .S., .S., C A A Technician nology-oriented nology-oriented field or to upgrade those already working in the area of automotive mechanics. Nine specialized CertificatesProficiency ofare of- In addition to the prescribed fered in the Technology. area of Automotive curriculum, a student must pass the certification that specialty area. (ASE) for Service test Excellence for Automotive Institute for National The If the student has completed a high school automotive lab class, experience or has in the auto - how satisfied; been has requirement Course Repair Light & Maintenance repair industry, the ATECH the class if they wish. students may take ever, 66 Automotive Required Courses (17 units) Required 160 ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 170 ATCH 175 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH (53.5-55.5 units) Courses Required 160 ATCH Required Courses (54.5-55.5 units) Required 152 ATCH 158 ATCH 160 ATCH 164 ATCH 187 ATCH 188 ATCH 109 ATCH 120 ATCH 125 ATCH 127 ATCH CIS 210 213 ETCH ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH 168 ATCH 170 ATCH 171 ATCH 177 or ATCH PSCI 201A 175 ATCH PSCI 201A WELD 270A 284 ATCH 186 ATCH 188 ATCH 109 ATCH CIS 210 ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH WELD 270A WELD 270C 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 1 1 3 3 3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3-5 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-3 2-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 2-3

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., Grap ., onal imensional 3-D ., A A . . ve ive Automot ve ive Automot iciency Prof of C A AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Theprogram of study is designed to facilitate entry into a growing tech- Students Students must pass a minimum of two certification tests for theNational (ASE). Service Excellence of Automotive Institute ART 221 ART 229 ART 253 ART Required Courses (13-17 units) Required 220 ART

ART 253 ART 270 ART 295 ART the following: 6 units from Plus 203 ART 272 ART 273 ART 274 ART 280 ART 281 ART 282 ART 283 ART 284 ART 258 ART 266 ART ART 221 ART 293 ART 204 ART 205 ART 206 ART the following: 8 units from Plus 271 ART A minimum of 8 units in Art including 6 from the second year courses courses in ArtA minimum of 8 units the second year including 6 from Art, A.A. Degree. for a 3-Dimensional College must be earned at Cuesta Courses (15-20 units) Required 220 ART ART 150 ART ART 254 ART 255 ART 256 ART 257 ART ART 258 ART 260 ART 267 ART 268 ART ART 265 ART 266 ART Instruction Instruction 3 4 4 2 3 4 5 3 4 3 3 3 2 4 1 3 3 4 3 2 3 4 4 5 3 4 2 3 3 4 5 3 3 3 (5) (5) (5) 2.5 2.5 2.5 59

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(22 units) Courses Required 152 ATCH Courses (17.5 units) Required 152 ATCH PSCI 1A units) Courses (15.5 Required 158 ATCH 160 ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 109 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH Courses (25.5 units) Required 152 ATCH 158 ATCH 164 ATCH 168 ATCH 187 ATCH 109 ATCH 120 ATCH 125 ATCH 127 ATCH 153 ATCH 158 ATCH 164 ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 125 ATCH the following: 4 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH 160 ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 188 ATCH 109 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH PSCI 201A PSCI 201A PSCI 201A 4 2 3 4 3 4 5 4 3 3 3 4 4 5 3 4 2 3 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 5 3 (5) (5) (5) (5) 2.5 2.5 3-4 ecialist axle Transaxle on Sp ension cian Techni Susp Transmission/ ecialist and Sp Accessories Electrical Automotive and Light Repair Maintenance Automotive Business Repair Automotive Systems Braking Systems Chassis and Suspension Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry Science: Physics Physical Accessories Electrical Automotive and Chemistry Science: Physics Physical Accessories Electrical Automotive Business Repair Automotive Drivetrains Manual Transmissions Manual Transmissions Automatic Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate and Light Repair Maintenance Automotive Business Repair Automotive Systems Braking Computers to Automotive Introduction Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry Physics Science: Physical Engine Combustion Internal Procedure Overhaul Engine and Electronics Electricity Automotive Business Repair Auto Drivetrains Manual Transmissions Manual Transmissions Automatic Systems Braking Systems Chassis and Suspension and Air Conditioning Heating Automotive Computers to Automotive Introduction to Computer Applications Introduction Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry Science: Physics Physical Welding Basic Chassis Brakes c ic Automat ve ive Automot ., ., ., ., ., ., ecialist A A A . . . .S., .S., C C C Sp A Cuesta College Cuesta Required Courses (16 units) Required 160 ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 284 ATCH 186 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH

PSCI 201A (15.5 units) Courses Required 160 ATCH PSCI 1A

Required Courses (17 units) Courses Required 160 ATCH 168 ATCH 280 ATCH 281 ATCH 182 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 284 ATCH 109 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 227 or MATH

PSCI 201A units) Courses (55.5-56.5 Required 152 ATCH ATCH 153 ATCH 158 ATCH 168 ATCH 280 ATCH 281 ATCH 182 ATCH 284 ATCH 186 ATCH 188 ATCH 109 ATCH CIS 210 ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH PSCI 201A WELD 270A 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 (3) (1) (3) (.5) .5-2 .5-2.5 (.5-3.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ons i ommunicat C ion Administrat

of Accounting Principles Human Biology Lab Biology Human and Society Genetics Biology Environmental Biology Environmental to Broadcasting Introduction Operations Video Production Audio Basic Production Studio Video Writing Media Composition English Production Audio Advanced Production Audio Advanced Production Audio Advanced and Editing Production Video Field Internship Television Internship Television Internship Television Internship Television of Accounting Principles Law Business Law Business International Environmental Biology Lab Biology Environmental Ecology Concepts of to Business Introduction Introduction to Marine Science to Marine Introduction Science Laboratory to Marine Introduction History of Natural Principles Studies Independent and Supervision Management Relations Human to Spreadsheets Introduction Management to Database Introduction to Computer Applications Introduction of Economics Principles of Economics Principles Experience Work Cooperative - General Education Experience Work Cooperative Lab - General Education Cooperative Work Experience Experience Work Cooperative - Occupational Education Education Experience Work Cooperative Lab - Occupational Change With Dealing Building Team People With Communicating Resolution Conflict Service Customer Business t dcast Broa ., ., ., ., A A . . A A BUSINESS IONS MMUNICAT BROADCAST CO (37-40 units) Courses Required 201A BUS BIO 212L BIO 213 BIO 220 or BIO 220 Courses (19 units) Required BCST 221 BCST 223 BCST 224A BCST 225A BCST 226 ENGL 201A the following: 3 units from Plus BCST 224B BCST 224C BCST 224D BCST 225B BCST 230A BCST 230B BCST 230C BCST 230D 201B BUS 218 BUS 219 or BUS and BIO 220L BIO 221 245 BUS BIO 222 and BIO 222L BIO 224 BIO 247 283 BUS 286 BUS 261 CAOA 264 CAOA CIS 210 ECON 201A ECON 201B WEXP 151 WEXP 151L and or WEXP 252 or WEXP 252L and the following: 3 units from Plus 170 BUS BUS 171 BUS 172 BUS 173 BUS 174 BUS 5 5 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 3 1 1 3 5 5 4 5 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 2 3 3 3 4 5 3 (5) (5) 1.5 3.5 3.5 1.5 1-3 .5-1 .5-1

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and 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 General Botany General Zoology General Biology Introduction to Phonetic Foundations Foundations to Phonetic Introduction Computer Keyboarding Beginning Biology Studies Field Biology Sierra Learning Essentials for College Success Writing and Reading Basic Pre-Algebra Lab Support Academic Foundations Phonetic Advanced Comprehension Reading Essentials Reading Building Essentials Reading Fundamentals Writing Essentials Spelling Essentials Grammar Arithmetic Fundamentals for Computer Access Keyboarding Success Student Shadowing and Job Skills Career Arithmetic Bacteriology General Anatomy Human Physiology Human General Topics General Seminar: Biology Studies Field Coastal Biology Studies Field Desert Biology Studies Field Biology Hawaiian History of the Eastern California Natural & Deserts Mountains History of the Coast Ranges Natural Park National Valley History of Death Natural Biology Human Accessories Electrical Automotive Light Repair and Maintenance Automotive Business Repair Automotive Drivetrains Manual Transmissions Manual Communications Technical Basic Math Technical Algebra Intermediate Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry and Science: Physics Physical 60 c Skills Basic ivetrains Dr Manual cal Science gical Biolo

., ., ., ., t ecialis A A . . .S., .S., A C C Sp BIOLOGY BASIC SKILLS BIO 202 or BIO 203 Required Courses (10 units) Required BIO 201A ACSK 030A ACSK 120A CAOA the following: 32 units from Plus BIO 201B BIO 209S ENGL 099 007 MATH the following: 4.5 units from Plus 005 ACSK 030B ACSK 032 ACSK 034 ACSK 036 ACSK 050 ACSK 055 ACSK 058 ACSK 075 ACSK 010 ACSK COUN 156 COUN 261 003 MATH BIO 204 BIO 205 BIO 206 BIO 208G BIO 209C BIO 209D BIO 209H BIO 210E BIO 210R BIO 210V BIO 212 Required Courses (8.5 units) Courses Required 120 ACSK

Courses (15 units) Required 160 ATCH ATCH 166 ATCH 168 ATCH 280 ATCH 281 ATCH the following: 8 units from Plus ENGL 165 124A MATH 127 or MATH PSCI 201A Instruction Instruction 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 (4) (2) (4) (.5) .5-2.5 (.5-3.5) 61

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(5 units) Courses Required 170 BUS Courses (38-39 units) Required 201A BUS units) Courses (29-30 Required 201A BUS 218 BUS 245 BUS 248 BUS 249 or BUS Courses (13-16 units) Required 283 BUS 286 BUS 196 or BUS 171 BUS 172 BUS 173 BUS 174 BUS 175 BUS 176 BUS 177 BUS 178 BUS 179 BUS 218 BUS 240 BUS 241 BUS 243 BUS 245 BUS 248 BUS 249 or BUS BUS 283 BUS 123 CAOA 283 BUS BUS 286 BUS 261 CAOA CIS 210 ECON 201A FMST 205 WEXP 151 WEXP 151L and 286 BUS 261 CAOA CIS 210 ECON 201A or WEXP 252 or WEXP 252L and 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 4 3 8 2 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 (3) (3) (3) (.5) .5-2.5 (.5-3.5) Business Business ion Administrat

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or ECON 201A 245 BUS 283 BUS 123 CAOA or SPCM 201A the following: 6 units from Plus 218 BUS 241 BUS 248 BUS 249 BUS 260 BUS 286 BUS WEXP 151 WEXP 151L and 219 BUS 245 BUS 260 BUS 162 BUS 164 BUS 165 BUS 168 BUS 283 BUS 286 or BUS ECON 211 2 semesters 283 PEAC Required Courses (20 units) Required 201A BUS BUS 175 BUS BUS 176 BUS 177 BUS 178 BUS 179 BUS 3 3 2 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 .5 .5 .5 (3) (4) (3) 1.5 1.5 1.5

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., ., ., ., A A . . .S., .S., C A ion Administrat A COMPUTER TR CHEMIS Courses (29.5-30.5 units) Required 251 BUS 201A or BUS 229* and MATH may be 63 is a prerequisite Mathematics * Any course for which substituted. 251 BUS 1 or PARAL 120B CAOA 227 CAOA 167 or CAOA 153 and CAOA 268 or CAOA 120B CAOA CHEM 201B CHEM 212A CHEM 212B 263* MATH 242* or MATH 252 or CAOA 201A or BUS 123 CAOA 225 CAOA 126 CAOA 250 or CAOA 128 CAOA 129 CAOA 246 CAOA 160 CAOA 261 CAOA 264 CAOA 265 CAOA 250 or CAOA 123 CAOA 225 CAOA 126 CAOA At least 8 units in Computer Applications/Office Administration 8 units in Computer Applications/Office least At College for a Computer Applications/Office must be earned at Cuesta A.A. Degree. Administration, (40.5-42.5 units) Courses Required 201B BUS

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CAOA 172 CAOA Required Courses (28 units) Courses Required 120B CAOA 123 CAOA 126 CAOA 227 CAOA 128 CAOA 129 CAOA 246 CAOA 250 CAOA 160 CAOA the following: 10 units from Plus 251 BUS 286 BUS 120A CAOA 225 CAOA 246* CAOA 153 CAOA 154 CAOA 156 CAOA 261 CAOA 162 CAOA 264 CAOA 265 CAOA 266 CAOA 167 CAOA 268 CAOA 168A CAOA 269 CAOA 271 CAOA 173 CAOA units. not used for required * If 120A CAOA 153 CAOA 154 CAOA 156 CAOA 160 CAOA 261 CAOA 162 CAOA 264 CAOA 265 CAOA 266 CAOA 167 CAOA 268 CAOA 168A CAOA 269 CAOA 271 CAOA CAOA 172 CAOA CAOA 173 CAOA 3 3 2 2 2 2 6 3 5 4 2 2 3 5 5 4 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 6 3 4 5 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 (3) (5) (5) ecialist Cuesta College Cuesta Sp working Net Operating System Concepts I System Operating of Computer Science I Fundamentals Server Administration Network Fundamentals Networking Technology TheoryRouter and and Switching Routing Advanced Networking Area Wide Fundamentals Electronics Technicians for Fundamentals Microcomputer Algebra Intermediate of Computer Science II Fundamentals of Computer Science III Fundamentals & Programming Architecture Microcomputer Structures Discrete General College ChemistryGeneral of Physics Principles Circuits Logic and Switching General College ChemistryGeneral of Physics Principles Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Language “C” Programming - C++ Programming Oriented Object C# .NET Programming & Programming Architecture Microcomputer Structures Discrete Analysis Circuit to Electronic Introduction Engineering Materials Statics Engineering Fundamentals Networking Technology TheoryRouter and and Switching Routing Advanced Networking Area Wide I Techniques Laboratory Fundamentals Electronics Technicians for Fundamentals Microcomputer Communication Technical Basic Algebra Intermediate to Spreadsheets Introduction Management to Database Introduction Programming Basic Beginning Language “C” Programming – C++ Programming Oriented Object I of Computer Science Fundamentals Basic Visual to Introduction to Linux Introduction Administration System Database Administration Site Web and Programming Architecture Microcomputer and Administration Server Maintenance XHTML with Development Page Web Fundamentals Javascript uter omputer ence Science omputer C C ., ., A . .S., .S., C A Required Courses (28 units) Courses Required CIS 221 (35 units) Courses Required CIS 231 CIS 128 CIS 260 CIS 261 CIS 262 CIS 263 213 ETCH 253 ETCH 127 MATH CIS 232 CIS 233 CIS 240 or CIS 241 CHEM 201A 208B and PHYS ENGR 219 and CHEM 201B 208A or PHYS 265A MATH 265B MATH the following: 3 units from Plus CIS 217 CIS 219 CIS 218 CIS 240* CIS 241* ENGR 217 ENGR 245 ENGR 250 units. not used for required * If CIS 260 CIS 261 CIS 262 CIS 263 111 ETCH 213 ETCH 253 ETCH ENGL 165 127 MATH the following: 6-7 units from Plus 261 CAOA 264 CAOA CIS 213 CIS 217 CIS 219 CIS 231 CIS 214 CIS 122 CIS 141 CIS 143 220 ETCH 254 ETCH 107 LIBT 111 LIBT 3 3 3 4 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 2 2 3 3 4 3 1 3 3 3 .5 (3) er er , s tem s p Develo on Sy ion Administrat i ork work Net ions Applicat

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Relations Human Management to Database Introduction Basic Visual to Introduction Application for Internet Basic Visual Administration Base Data to the Internet Introduction with XHTML Development Page Web Concepts I Systems Operating Server Administration Windows Fundamentals of Computer Science I Fundamentals of Accounting Principles Business Calculations Business Telecommunications Technology and Office Administration Computer Applications/Office Internship Word Microsoft Processing: Word Beginning Word Microsoft Processing: Word Advanced and Computer Keyboarding Beginning Processing Document Computer Keyboarding Intermediate Processing and Document Operations Microcomputer to Business Introduction and Supervision Management to Computer Applications Introduction COBOL Programming Beginning Language “C” Programming - C++ Programming Oriented Object C# .NET Programming of Computer Science II Fundamentals of Computer Science III Fundamentals Basic Visual to Introduction of Economics Principles Communication Technical Law Business English Business Basics to Computer Introduction Beginning Computer Keyboarding and Keyboarding Computer Beginning Processing Document and Keyboarding Computer Intermediate Processing Document Applications for Business Flash Using ng ssi Proce uter Informat p 64 uter omputer om C C

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CIS 214 CIS 115 CIS 141 106 LIBT 107 LIBT CIS 221 CIS 128 Required Courses (17 units) Required 264 CAOA CIS 231 Required Courses (44 units) Courses Required 201A BUS CAOA 225 CAOA 128 CAOA 129 CAOA 246 CAOA 250 CAOA the following: 3 units from Plus 120A CAOA 120B CAOA 160 CAOA 245 BUS 283 BUS CIS 210 CIS 212 CIS 217 CIS 219 or CIS 218 CIS 232 CIS 233 CIS 214 ECON 201A ENGL 210 218 BUS Courses (15.5 units) Required 123 CAOA 266 CAOA Plus 3 units from the following: 3 units from Plus 120A CAOA 120B CAOA 271 CAOA Instruction Instruction 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 (5) (5) 3-4 3-4 65

gy Technolo 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Introduction to Construction Introduction Woodworking Basic Construction Management Reading Blueprint Plumbing Residential Wiring Residential I and Concrete Layout Homebuilding: I Framing Wall and Floor Homebuilding: I Framing Roof Homebuilding: Carpentry I Finish Homebuilding: Provisions Design Code I, Architectural Building Woodworking/Furniture Machine Construction Cabinetmaking/32 mm European Construction Frame Cabinetmaking/Face Masonry Block Masonry Brick II and Concrete Layout Homebuilding: II Framing Wall and Floor Homebuilding: II Framing Roof Homebuilding: Carpentry II Finish Homebuilding: and Refrigeration, Heating, Basic Air Conditioning Treatment Water Basic Systems Distribution Water Design Code II, Structural Building Provisions and Material Code Electrical National Codes and Mechanical Plumbing Uniform Systems and Electrical Wiring Commercial Systems and Electrical Wiring Industrial Communication Technical Basic Elementary Algebra Elementary Algebra with Learning Supplemental Welding Basic Cabinetmaking/32 mm European Construction mm European Cabinetmaking/32 Cabinetmaking/Face Frame Construction Frame Cabinetmaking/Face Masonry Block Masonry Brick II Concrete and Layout Homebuilding: II Framing Wall & Floor Homebuilding: II Framing Roof Homebuilding: Carpentry II Finish Homebuilding: and Refrigeration, Heating, Basic Air Conditioning Treatment Water Basic Systems Distribution Water Design Code II, Structural Building Provisions and Material Code Electrical National Codes and Mechanical Plumbing Uniform Systems and Electrical Wiring Commercial Systems Electrical and Wiring Industrial Communication Technical Basic Elementary Algebra Learning Elementary Algebra with Supplemental Welding Basic on onstruction C ., ., A . C Required Courses (34 units) Courses Required 250 CTCH CTCH 255 CTCH 163 CTCH 164 CTCH 168 CTCH 169 CTCH 171A CTCH 172A CTCH 173A CTCH 174A CTCH 180A CTCH the following: 3 units from Plus 156 CTCH 157 CTCH 158 CTCH 165 CTCH 166 CTCH 171B CTCH 172B CTCH 173B CTCH 174B CTCH 175 CTCH 176 CTCH 177 CTCH 180B CTCH 181 CTCH 182 CTCH 183A CTCH 183B CTCH ENGL 165 123 MATH 123SI or MATH WELD 270A CTCH 157 CTCH CTCH 158 CTCH 165 CTCH 166 CTCH 171B CTCH 172B CTCH 173B CTCH 174B CTCH 175 CTCH 176 CTCH 177 CTCH 180B CTCH 181 CTCH 182 CTCH 183A CTCH 183B CTCH ENGL 165 123 MATH 123SI or MATH WELD 270A 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 4 2 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 4 2 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 (3) (3)

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CJ 202 CJ 204 CJ 206 CJ 208 CJ 210 CJ 212 CJ 213 CJ 224 Students must pass all classes with a grade of “C” or better. must pass all classes with a grade of “C” or better. Students must be earned at Cuesta Justice A minimum of 12 units in Criminal College. Courses (28 units) Required CIS 210 Required Courses (12 units) Courses Required 255 CTCH Required Courses (3 units) Courses Required 177 CTCH Required Course (3 units) Course Required 182 CTCH CTCH 180B CTCH 156 CTCH 157 CTCH 158 CTCH Required Course (6 units) Course Required 180A CTCH Required Course (3 units) Required 181 CTCH Required Course (3 units) Required 166 CTCH Required Course (3 units) Required 165 CTCH Required Courses (3 units) Required 176 CTCH Instruction Instruction 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 67

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rack Track Track 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 and Development Child Growth and Development Child Growth and Community Child, Family Children Young for Curriculum and Nutrition Safety Child Health of and Practices Principles Children Young Teaching Techniques Observation, Recording and Assessment Society in a Diverse Teaching Management and Classroom Discipline the Learning Environment Developing Experience Field Supervised and CPR Aid First Standard Activities and Movement Music Children Young for Children Young Art for Literature Children’s for Challenging Behaviors Strategies Needs the Child with Special Understanding Caregiving Infant-Toddler and Community Child, Family Children Young for Curriculum and Nutrition Safety Child Health Teaching of and Practices Principles Children Young Techniques Observation, Recording and Assessment Society in a Diverse Teaching Management and Classroom Discipline the Learning Environment: Developing and Curriculum Program Experience Field Supervised Aid and CPR First Standard Activities and Movement Music Children Young for Children Young Art for Literature Children’s and Administration Supervision Programs of Parent and Evaluation Supervision, Adult ECE Relations in Staff and Supervision Administration of Early ChildhoodSchools for Challenging Behaviors Strategies ityommun ommunity Childhood d Childhoo C C ION OOD EDUCAT Y CHILDH arly Early arly Early ., ., ., ., A A . . eacher: Teacher: C Teacher: A EARL (32 units) Courses Required ECE 201 Required Courses (32 units) Required ECE 201 ECE 202 ECE 203 ECE 204 ECE 205 ECE 206 ECE 215 ECE 256 ECE 257 ECE 258 HEED 204* the following: choose 3 units from Plus ECE 211 ECE 220 ECE 234 the following: choose 3 units from Plus ECE 135 ECE 236 ECE 242 First Aid and CPR may be substituted Standard certification in * Current for HEED 4. ECE 202 ECE 203 ECE 204 ECE 205 ECE 206 ECE 215 ECE 256 ECE 257 ECE 158 HEED 204* the following: 3 units from Plus ECE 211 ECE 220 ECE 234 the following: 3 units from Plus ECE 244 ECE 245 ECE 246 the following: 3 units from Plus ECE 135 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 3 4 3 1 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 .5 .5 2.5 .5-2 .5 - 3 of Acting Principles to the Theatre Introduction Practice Theatre Basic Practice Theatre Basic Movement to Stage Introduction Production Play of Acting Principles Applied for the Actor Voice - Drama Studies Independent of Acting Principles to Dance Introduction Workshop Theatre Musical Advanced Pastry Arts Pastry Advanced I Culinary Arts Fundamentals Baking Intermediate and Composition Improvisation Dance Century History of the 20th Dance World the of Cultures Dance Ballet Jazz and Performance Choreography Modern Beginning Modern Intermediate Modern Advanced to Theatre Introduction of Music Fundamentals and Health for Fitness Pilates for Fitness Foundations Anatomy Human Biology Human Ensemble Dance Voice Elementary Appreciation Music Arts Recording Workshop Theatre Musical Performance Theatre Musical and Sport for Fitness Nutrition Performance Theatre Musical for Theatre and Acting Directing, Writing, Forms Dance Social Baking and Baking Science I Science and Baking Baking Solving Problem & Making Decision Management Time Baking .S., .S., ., DramaA.A., ., DanceA.A., C DRAMA DANCE Cuesta College Cuesta

DRA 201B DRA 207 DRA 211A DRA 211B DRA 215 DRA 248 the following: 6 units from Plus DRA 202 DRA 208 DRA 247 Required Courses (21 units) Required DRA 201A

DANC 254 DRA 250 CUL 145 CUL 210 CUL 235 DANC 225 DANC 250 DANC 252 DANC 255 DANC 256 DANC 258 DANC 260A DANC 260B DANC 260C DRA 207 MUS 239 206 PEAC 214 PETH Electives the following: 9 units from Plus BIO 205 BIO 212 DANC 249 MUS 220 MUS 235 MUS 240 MUS 250 MUS 251 NUTR 230 DRA 251 DRA 252 Required Courses (26 units) Required DANC 228

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Guidance of the Young Child Young of the Guidance Supervision and Administration Administration and Supervision Programs of Parent Evaluations Supervision, Adult Relations in ECE and Staff Supervision and Administration of Early Childhood Schools the ECE in for Challenging Behaviors Strategies Classroom Needs the Child with Special Understanding Caregiving Infant-Toddler and Development Child Growth and Community Child, Family Children Young for Curriculum and Nutrition Safety Child Health and Practices Principles Children Young Teaching of and Nutrition Safety Child Health Activities And Movement Music Children Young for Children Young Art for for Children Literature Curriculum Multicultural/Anti-Bias for Challenging Behaviors Strategies Needs the Child with Special Understanding Management and Classroom Discipline the Life Span Across Development Identity Ethnic and Environment Curriculum Program: and Administration Supervision Programs of Parent Relations Group Minority Communication Intercultural the Learning Environment Developing Evaluations Supervision, Adult in ECE Relations and Staff of and Supervision Administration Early Childhood Schools Childhood Childhood Teacher arly Early arly Early isor erv .S., .S., .S., .S., C Sup C ate Associate Courses (15 units) Required ECE 207 Plus 3 units from the following: 3 units from Plus ECE 244 ECE 245 ECE 246 the following: 3 units from Plus ECE 135 ECE 236 ECE 242 First Aid and CPR may be substituted Standard certification in * Current for HEED 4. (15 units) Courses Required ECE 201 ECE 202 ECE 203 ECE 204 ECE 205 Curriculum Teacher: Master C.S., Early Childhood Education (9 units) Courses Required ECE 204 ECE 211 ECE 220 ECE 234 Diversity Teacher: Master C.S., Early Childhood Education (6 units) Courses Required ECE 215 ECE 135 ECE 236 Or or ECE 256 Plus 3 units from the following: 3 units from Plus FMST 213 ECE 209 ECE 244 SOC 206 SPCM 212 units not used for required * If or ECE 257 ECE 245 ECE 246 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 on ion Educat on ion Educat

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CIS 221 CIS 260 CIS 261 CIS 262 CIS 263 111 ETCH 213 ETCH 216 ETCH 218 ETCH 253 ETCH 254 ETCH 255 ETCH 256 ETCH 126A MATH 127 or MATH CIS 260 CIS 261 253 ETCH 254 ETCH 255 ETCH 256 ETCH Required Courses (45 units) Required 286 BUS

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and Electronics Electricity Automotive Computers to Automotive Introduction Application for Internet Basic Visual Fundamentals Networking Technology TheoryRouter and and Switching Routing Advanced Networking Area Wide to Construction Introduction Reading Blueprint Wiring Residential Code Electrical National Systems and Electrical Wiring Commercial Systems Electrical and Wiring Industrial Technology Robotics Control Computer Numerical Maintenance Microcomputer Advanced and Control Computer Instrumentation Electrical and Rotating Systems Power Machinery I Drawing Engineering II Drawing Engineering Operating Systems Concepts I Systems Operating Laboratory Techniques I Techniques Laboratory Fundamentals Electronics Analog Devices Circuits Digital Communications and Connectivity Wireless and Programming Architecture Microcomputer Troubleshooting Logical Electronics Industrial Logic Controllers Programmable Technicians for Fundamentals Microcomputer Cabling Certification Network Connectivity Network Advanced Algebra Intermediate and Electronics Electricity Automotive Computers to Automotive Introduction Application for Internet Basic Visual Fundamentals Networking Technology TheoryRouter and and Switching Routing Advanced Networking Area Wide to Construction Introduction Reading Blueprint Wiring Residential Code Electrical National Systems and Electrical Wiring Commercial Systems and Electrical Wiring Industrial Technology Robotics Control Computer Numerical Maintenance Microcomputer Advanced and Control Computer Instrumentation Electrical and Rotating Systems Power Machinery I Drawing Engineering II Drawing Engineering ics Electron ., ., A . C ATCH 158 ATCH 109 ATCH CIS 115 CIS 260 CIS 261 CIS 262 CIS 263 250 CTCH 164 CTCH 169 CTCH 181 CTCH 183A CTCH 183B CTCH 235 ETCH 239 ETCH 254 ETCH 257 ETCH 267 ETCH ENGR 226 ENGR 227

Required Courses (42 units) Courses Required CIS 221 ETCH 111 ETCH 213 ETCH 215 ETCH 216 ETCH 218 ETCH 220 ETCH 122 ETCH 224 ETCH 228 ETCH 253 ETCH 255 ETCH 256 ETCH 127 MATH the following: 8 units from Plus 158 ATCH 109 ATCH CIS 115 CIS 260 CIS 261 CIS 262 CIS 263 250 CTCH 164 CTCH 169 CTCH 181 CTCH 183A CTCH 183B CTCH 235 ETCH 239 ETCH 254 ETCH 257 ETCH 267 ETCH ENGR 226 ENGR 227 3 1 6 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 3 2 2 5 3 3 3 4 4 1 6 4 4 4 5 3 2 4 2 4 4 2 2 4 3 3 5 3 2 4 2 4 4 2 2 4 3 3 (5) (5) gy Technolo

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Required Courses (40 units) Courses Required EMS 106 ETCH 228 ETCH 257 ETCH 267 ETCH EMS 107 EMS 108 ENGL 156 123 MATH BIO 212 Adherence Adherence to Cuesta College Paramedic students policies is required for process within and graduation from the program and satisfaction of - eli gibility to take the Paramedic National Registry (NREMTP) licensure leading examination to licensure as Paramedic courses a must be completed California with a minimum Paramedic. grade of All “C” to EMS progress. Conviction of a felony or of any offense substantiallyrelated to the qualifications, functions and duties for denial of licensure. grounds a Paramedicof may constitute must meet one of the following: Students or experience as an EMT; six months work Full-time, or as an EMT; experience 1000 hours work Part-time Services Academy Medical completion of an Emergency Successful

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 AutoCAD to Fashion Introduction Textiles Evaluation Apparel Analysis and Color TheoryDesign Illustration Fashion Design Fashion Commercial Analysis Fashion 19th Century Classic Through History of Fashion: Designs and Trends 20th Century Development Product Clothing Construction Development Pattern Presentation Portfolio Fashion Art Appreciation Drawing Beginning Drawing Intermediate Life Drawing to Business Introduction Dealing with Change Dealing Building Team Communicating with People Resolution Conflict Service Customer & Ethics Values Workplace in the Attitude Management Stress Solving & Problem Making Decision Management Time 19th Century Classic Through History of Fashion: and Designs Trends 20th Century Buying Fashion Promotion Fashion to Computer Applications Introduction and Display Merchandising Visual and Design Fashion Study: Independent Merchandising Cooperative Work Experience Education - Education Experience Work Cooperative Occupational Lab - Experience Work Cooperative Occupational Cooperative Work Experience Education - Education Experience Work Cooperative Occupational Lab - Experience Work Cooperative Occupational Applications to Computer Introduction and Display Merchandising Visual and Design Fashion Study: Independent Merchandising on Design ashion F ., ., A . C

Required Courses (36 units) Required ENGR 125 FDM 210 FDM 212 FDM 214 FDM 215 FDM 216 FDM 218 FDM 220 FDM 225 or FDM 226 FDM 260 FDM 263 FDM 165 FDM 270 the following: 3 units from Plus 200 ART 221 ART ART 222 ART 223 ART the following: 3 units from Plus 245 BUS BUS 170* BUS 171* BUS 172* BUS 173* BUS 174* BUS 175* BUS 176* BUS 177* BUS 178* BUS 179* BUS FDM 225** or FDM 226** FDM 230 FDM 235 CIS 210 FDM 240 FDM 247 or WEXP 252 or WEXP 252L and than 3 units more * No units not used for required ** If or WEXP 252 or 252L WEXP and than 3 units more * No units not used for required ** If CIS 210 FDM 240 FDM 247 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 (3) (3) (3) (3) 2-3 2-3 2-3 1-4 Development Product Drawing Intermediate Life Drawing to Business Introduction Buying Fashion AutoCAD to Fashion Introduction Textiles Evaluation Apparel Analysis and Color TheoryDesign Illustration Fashion Design Fashion Commercial Analysis Fashion 19th Century Classic Through History of Fashion: Designs and Trends 20th Century Clothing Construction Development Pattern Presentation Portfolio Fashion Art Appreciation Drawing Beginning with Change Dealing Building Team Communicating with People Resolution Conflict Service Customer & Ethics Values Workplace in the Attitude Management Stress Solving & Problem Making Decision Management Time 19th Century Classic Through History of Fashion: and Designs Trends 20th Century Promotion Fashion Introduction to Human Services to Human Introduction Life Span Development: Human 21st Century:Aging in the Gerontology Social the Life Span Across Development Identity Ethnic Introductory Psychology and Intimacy Relationships Family, Women of Patterns Developmental Parenting Sexuality Human Life Span Development: Human Aging in the 21st Century: Gerontology Social Addiction Studies: to Addiction Introduction and the Community and Addiction Families Counseling Peer Community Internship to Sociology Introduction Relations Group Minority – Occupational Experience Work Cooperative n Desig ashion F ., ., A . 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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Design and Visual Communication I Visual and Design Introduction to Construction Introduction Design Interior Textiles and Color Theory Analysis Design and Color Theory Analysis Design to Computer Applications Introduction to Construction Introduction Design Interior Textiles Analysis and Color TheoryDesign Analysis and Color TheoryDesign Rendering & Rapid Visualization Visualization & Rapid Rendering Design for Interior Visualization & Rapid Rendering Design for Interior Drafting Architectural Interior Design of Interior and Products Materials and Light Planning Space Interior Design Interior and Commercial Residential Designers for Interior AutoCAD Practices Professional Ancient – and History of Furniture: Design 18th Century 18th – and History of Furniture: Design 20th Century Communication II Visual and Design Art Appreciation Drawing Beginning Drafting Architectural Interior Design of Interior and Products Materials Planning and Light Space Interior Design Interior and Commercial Residential Designers for Interior AutoCAD Practices Professional Ancient – and History of Furniture: Design 18th Century and History of Furniture: Design 18th – 20th Century Communication II Visual and Design Art Appreciation Drawing Beginning Merchandising Retail Merchandising Retail Management Business Small Entrepreneurship Relations Human Provisions Design Code 1, Architectural Building and Display Merchandising Visual California Excursions Design: Interior Excursions European Design: Interior Management Business Small Entrepreneurship Relations Human Provisions Design Code 1, Architectural Building and Display Merchandising Visual or Design Interior ., A . C (47 units) Courses Required 221 ARCH CTCH 250 CTCH ID 210 ID 212 ID 215 or FDM 215 CIS 210 250 CTCH ID 210 ID 212 ID 215 or FDM 215 ID 217 ID 217 ID 219 ID 220 ID 222 ID 228 ID 234 ID 135 ID 240 ID 245 the following: 6 units from Plus 222 ARCH 200 ART 221 ART ID 219 ID 220 ID 222 ID 228 ID 234 ID 135 ID 240 ID 245 the following: 6 units from Plus 222 ARCH 200 ART 221 ART BUS 246 BUS 246 BUS BUS 248 BUS 249 BUS 286 BUS 180A CTCH FDM 240 ID 255 ID 260 248 BUS 249 BUS 286 BUS 180A CTCH FDM 240 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 (3) (4) 1-3 (1-4) Design and Visual Communication I Visual and Design Front Office Operations Office Front and Sales Marketing Hospitality Operations Housekeeping Industry in the Hospitality Supervision Law Hospitality Operations and Beverage Food and Loss Prevention Security Hospitality Skills and Development Training Hospitality to Computer Applications Introduction History of World Civilizations World History of Civilizations World History of Civilization Western History of Civilization Western History of States History of the United States History of the United History of Latin America History of Latin America History of California History of the Mexican-American East History of the Far History of the Afro-American History of African Civilization Woman of History of the Role Operations Office Front and Sales Marketing Hospitality Operations Housekeeping Industry in the Hospitality Supervision Law Hospitality Operations and Beverage Food and Loss Prevention Security Hospitality Skills and Development Training Hospitality - Education Experience Work Cooperative General of Economics Principles Introduction to Political Theory to Political Introduction Cooperative Work Experience Education - Education Experience Work Cooperative Occupational of Accounting Principles of Accounting Elements of Accounting Principles to Computer Applications Introduction Elementary Algebra

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or WEXP 252/252L or HIST 203A* HIST 203B* HIST 204A* HIST 204B* HIST 207A* HIST 207B* HIST 208A* HIST 208B* HIST 210 HIST 212 HIST 219* HIST 233 HIST 235* HIST 239 units. not used for required * If (28 units) Courses Required HOSP 105* HOSP 110* HOSP 115* HOSP 120* HOSP 125* HOSP 130* HOSP 135* HOSP 140* WEXP 151/151L

Plus 9 units from the following: 9 units from Plus ECON 201A or POLS 209

Plus 4 units from the following: 4 units from Plus 201A BUS 251 BUS or BUS 201B or BUS CIS 210 123 MATH Lodging Association Hospitality * Completion of courses earns Hotel certificates. 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 (5) Cuesta College Cuesta ence Science Social : States of the United Government to Law Introduction to Sociology Introduction of Accounting Principles of Accounting Principles Law Business to Business Introduction to Computer Applications Introduction of Economics Principles to Statistics Introduction for Business Statistics of Economics Principles States of the United Government to Law Introduction to Sociology Introduction Anthropology Cultural Law Business of Economics Principals Science to Political Introduction Politics World Government Comparative Theory to Political Introduction Civilization Western History of Civilization Western History of States History of United States History of United to Statistics Introduction to Logic Introduction and Social Classics in Ethics Philosophical Philosophy and Management Calculus for Business S ART

al Studies Legal hasis ., ., Choose either Option I or II or III for the General Education pat- educational goal. to your tern related Complete 18 units in one of “Area Emphasis” from those outlined below. ALL For OPTIONS: complete necessary Cuesta College graduation Cuesta College Catalog and meet (See requirements. and proficiency with a counselor) A . LIBERAL A Emp SIS S – AREAS OF EMPHASIS LIBERAL ART • • (Note: Where appropriate, courses in the of “area emphasis” may also be counted for a GE area) • The Associate of Arts in Liberalwho wish a broad Arts knowledge of liberal Degreearts Artsand Liberal is in Arts of Associate sciences The Emphasis”. plus of designedadditional “Area an in coursework for students Degree would be an ideal choice for those students planning on transfer- ring to the California State University or University of California as the student can satisfy their general education requirements, plus or UC. to majors at CSU that relates transferable course work focus on POLS 202 217 LGL SOC 201A the following: 14 units from Plus 201A BUS 201B BUS 218 BUS 245 BUS CIS 210 ECON 201B 147 MATH 149 or MATH Courses (12 units) Required ECON 201A POLS 202 217 LGL SOC 201A the following: 12 units from Plus ANTH 203 218 BUS ECON 201B POLS 201 POLS 204 POLS 206 POLS 209 HIST 204A HIST 204B HIST 207A HIST 207B 147 MATH 208 PHIL 213 PHIL MATH 255 MATH 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 8 4 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2-3 4-6 .5-2 .5-2 (2-3) 1-3, 1-3 hasis Emp

Business : : Studies Leadership 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 of Economics Principles Independent Studies: Leadership Studies: Independent Photography Intermediate to Broadcasting Introduction Leadership Studies: Independent of Leadership Philosophy a Difference Leadership-Making Exploring Counseling Peer of Leadership Philosophy Geography Cultural Politics World Government Comparative of Economics Principles of Economics Principles Spanish) German, Language (French, Foreign Composition English and Reporting Writing News Communication to Mass Introduction Production to News Introduction Production News Production News Photography Media for Electronic Writing Address Public Seminar Strategies Leadership Success Leadership (minimum 2 semesters) Student Community Internship (minimum 2 semesters) Seminar Strategies Leadership Success Anthropology Cultural Excursions California Design: Interior Excursions European Design: Interior 76 al Studies Legal Leadership

., ., ., Journalism ., dies Stu ional Internat ., A A A ce ice Serv .S., .S., .S., . . . A C C A A LEGAL STUDIES LEADERSHIP JOURNALISM S IONAL STUDIE INTERNAT Required Courses (12 units) Required ECON 201A Required Courses (7.5-13 units) Required LDER 247* or ART 245 or ART the following: 3 units from Plus BCST 221 (10.5-14 units) Courses Required LDER 247* LDER 261A LDER 263 LDER 253 LDER 261A

GEOG 202 POLS 204 POLS 206 ECON 201A ECON 201B 2 semester JOUR 201A JOUR 201B JOUR 202A JOUR 202B JOUR 202C 244 ART BCST 226 SPCM 201A LDER 261B LDER 262 Study course for this certificate must include Independent The * NOTE: strictly to Leadership Studies. related a project LDER 255 LDER 261B Study course for this certificate must include Independent The * NOTE: strictly to Service Leadership. related a project Required Courses (24-25 units) Courses Required ENGL 201A

Required Courses (26 units) Required ANTH 203 ID 55 ID 260 Instruction Instruction 77

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 and ics Econom / ement and gement PHIL (Philosophy) 205, 206, 209, 212, 213 205, 206, 209, (Philosophy) PHIL 201 ,202, 203, 204 (Spanish) SPAN 202A, 210, 212, 215 201A, SPCM (Speech) BIO (Biology) 201A, 201B, 202, 203, 204, 212L, 216, 220, 220L, 221, 222, 222L, 224 205, 206, 211, 212, 211, 212A, 212B CHEM (Chemistry) 201A, 201B, 210, 210FAL, 210, 211, 212, 220 GEOL (Geology) MATH (Mathematics) 229, 231, 232, 236, 242, 247, 255, 265A, 265B, 283, 287 210, 211 NUTR (Nutrition) 210, 210L OCEN (Oceanography) Science) 201A, 201AL PSCI (Physical 205A, 205B, 208A, 208B, 208C, 210 (Physics) PHYS BUS (Business) 201A, 201B, 218, 245, 249 (Business) BUS CIS 210 201A, 201B, 211 ECON (Economics) 232, 242, 255, 265A, 236, 247 (Mathematics) MATH Theory) Education (Physical 204, 207, 208 PETH ics Mathemat ss Busine Mana ion Administrat • • • • • • • • • • • These courses emphasize the natural sciences which examine the physical universe, its life forms and its natural phenomena. Courses in Math em- skills reasoning quantitative and mathematical of development the phasize beyond the level of intermediate algebra. Students will be able to demon- strate an understanding of the methodologies of science as investigative tools. Students will also be able to examine the influence that acquisition civilization. of the world’s has on the development of scientific knowledge of emphasis. This for this area lease one mathematics course is required At area of emphasis is for students who are Engineering, Geology, planning Ecology, Chemistry, to the majors: following Biology, transfer in one of Mathematics and Students should Nutrition. Marine check Biology, with for them. is appropriate of emphasis a counselor to determine if this area Thesecourses emphasize the integration of the fieldstheory of and business,practice within economics, hospitality or recreation hotel management administration. and Students will develop the ability to - effective ly manage and lead organizations in a variety of demonstrate an settings. understanding of Students the place will of business and management will Students critically within apply the ethical global standards economy. decisions. to business practices and This area of emphasis is for students who are planning to transfer in one of the following majors: Economics*, Business, Hospitality Management, Administration. Agribusiness or Recreation Students should check with a counselor to determine if this area of em- for them. phasis is appropriate • • • • • con- should major Economics a as UC or CSU a to transferring *Students sult with a counselor to determine what area of emphasis is appropriate for them. ions ommunicat C

and Humanities , , ART (Art) ART 200, 203, 204, 205, 206, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 229, 230, 231, 232, 240, 241, 244, 245, 253, 268, 270, 271, 273, 280, 281, 282, 283 221 BCST (Broadcasting) DANC (Dance) 225, 228, 250, 252, 255, 256, 258, 260A, 260B, 260C DRA (Drama) 201A, 201B, 206, 207, 20 8, 211A, 215, 218, 248, 251 ENGL (English) 201B, 201C, 205, 206, 207, 215, 216, 217, 231, 244A, 244B, 246A, 246C 212A, 212B, 213, 201, 202, 203, 204 FR (French) 201, 202, 203, 204 GER (German) HIST (History) 203A, 203B, 204A, 204B, 207A, 207B, 212, 219, 233, 235, 239 JOUR (Journalism)201B 201A, MUS (Music) 203A, 203B, 203C, 212, 220, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 231, 232A, 233, 235, 237, 238,239, 245, 246, 253, 255, 258, 259, 270 ASL (American Sign Language) 215A, 215B, 215C ASL (American Sign 18 units required from one Area of Emphasis listed below of Emphasis Area one from 18 units required used to also fulfill GE areas. Courses selected can be disciplin single a from courses two of minimum a include depth, For selection. disciplines in your three include at least breadth, For transfer to CSU All courses listed below Courses in BOLD also transfer to UC All classes listed below transfer to CSU. Courses in BOLD also are for transfer details. www.ASSIST.org to to UC. Refer transferable s Art Cuesta College Cuesta • • • • • • • • • • • This area of emphasis is for students who are planning to transfer in one of one in transfer to planning are who students for is emphasis of area This English, Drama, Communications, History, Art Art, majors: following the French, Philosophy, Spanish, German, Music and Philosophy. Students should check with a counselor to determine if this area of emphasis is ap- for them. propriate These courses emphasize the study of cultural, literary, and humanistic ac- humanistic and literary, cultural, of study the emphasize courses These tivities, as well as artistic - of will expression evalu human beings. Students ate and interpret the ways in which people through the ages in different cultures have expressed themselves and responded to the world them around through artistic and cultural creation. Students will value aesthetic also understanding and learn incorporate these to concepts when con- structing judgments. value ELECTIVE UNITS: Electives may be necessary to Associate degree. total 60 overall units required for the AREAS OF EMPHASIS: AREAS OF EMPHASIS: • • • • • • NOTE: EffectiveFall 2009, a grade of a “C” or better isrequired for all of emphasis. courses taken in an area I. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE: selecting IN Students this ARTS I. option ASSOCIATE must complete all of the required courses for Cuesta College AA/AS Pattern. Education General II. CSU/GE: Students selecting this option must complete all of the - re GE Certification. courses for CSU quired III. IGETC: Students selecting this option must complete all of the - re Certification. courses for IGETC quired • 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 1 3 3 1 1 3 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 1 4 3 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 .5 (3) .5-2 .5-2 Cuesta College Cuesta gy Technolo

Operations Microcomputer to Spreadsheets Introduction Management to Database Introduction Publishing Desktop PowerPoint Literature Children’s Child Young of the Guidance and CPR Aid First Standard Concepts and Technologies Web to Introduction with XHTML Development Page Web Services Center School Library/Media Fundamentals JavaScript Age for Information Skills Research Searching Internet Advanced Web for the Applications Multimedia Literature with Connecting Adolescents and Libraries Studies Independent to Library Introduction Services Information Organizing Library/Information Center Collections to the Internet Introduction Library Supervisory Skills Services Library Public Internship Technology Information Workplace in the Technology Age Information in the Ethics Courses to Online Introduction Word Microsoft Processing: Word Beginning for WordPerfect Processing: Word Beginning Windows Operations Microcomputer to Spreadsheets Introduction Management to Database Introduction Publishing Desktop PowerPoint to Computer Applications Introduction Literature Children’s Child Young of the Guidance and Concepts Technologies Web to Introduction with XHTML Development Page Web Center ServicesSchool Library/Media Fundamentals JavaScript Age for Information Skills Research Searching Internet Advanced Web for the Applications Multimedia and with Literature Connecting Adolescents Libraries Studies Independent on ion Library/Informat ics Mathemat ., ., A . .S., .S., A C ICS HEMAT MAT 65A, 65B, 83 or 87 must be Math A minimum of nine units from A.S. Degree. College for a Mathematics, earned at Cuesta Courses (19 units) Required CA0A 160 261 CAOA 264 CAOA 265 CAOA 167 CAOA ECE 234 ECE 207 HEED 204 102 LIBT 207 LIBT 110 LIBT 111 LIBT 212 LIBT 113 LIBT 116 LIBT 118 LIBT 147 LIBT (17.5 units) Courses Required 101 LIBT 104 LIBT 105 LIBT 106 LIBT 108 LIBT 109 LIBT 114 LIBT 115 LIBT 117 LIBT DIST 101 the following: 9 units from Plus 246 CAOA 148 or CAOA CA0A 160 CAOA 261 CAOA 264 CAOA 265 CAOA 167 CAOA CIS 210 ECE 234 ECE 207 102 LIBT 207 LIBT 110 LIBT 111 LIBT 212 LIBT 113 LIBT 116 LIBT 118 LIBT 147 LIBT 4 4 1 3 3 1 1 3 2 2 1 3 .5 (3) gy Technolo ion Educat ion Educat 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 s Science ioral Behav Introduction to Computer Applications to Computer Applications Introduction Composition English to LibraryIntroduction Services Information Organizing Library/Information Center Collections to the Internet Introduction Library Supervisory Skills Services Library Public Internship Technology Information Workplace in the Technology Age in the Information Ethics Courses to Online Introduction Word Microsoft Processing: Word Beginning for WordPerfect Processing: Word Beginning Windows

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., IGETC ., ., ., CJ (Criminal Justice) 202, 206 Justice) CJ (Criminal 201, 202 Education) ECE (Early Childhood 201A, 201B, 211 ECON (Economics) 202, 214 Studies) FMST (Family 202 GEOG (Geography) HIST (History) 203A, 203B, 204A, 208B, 210, 212, 219, 233, 235, 239 204B, 207A, 207B, 208A, 217 (Legal Studies) LGL 236 or 247 (Mathematics) MATH 202, 204, 206, 209 Science) 201, POLI (Political 201, 202, 206, 233 (Psychology) PSYC 201A, 201B, 202, 206, 208 SOC (Sociology) ANTH (Anthropology) 201, 201A, 202, 203, 220, 221, 225 201, 201A, ANTH (Anthropology) A A . . .S., .S., A C C d an Social LIBRAR ENGL 201A 101 LIBT 104 LIBT 105 LIBT 106 LIBT 108 LIBT 109 LIBT 114 LIBT 115 LIBT 117 LIBT DIST 101 the following: 4 units from Plus 246 CAOA 148 or CAOA Required Courses (25.5 units) Required CIS 210 Complete the Intersegmental General Education (IGETC). Transfer Curriculum Complete the pattern. Education lower-division California State University General *Students *Students transferring to a CSU or UC as an Economics consult with a major counselor to determine should what area of emphasis is - appropri ate for them. • • • • • • • • • • • • Thisarea of emphasis isone for students of the who are planning following to Development, Political Economics*, History, Studies, Family Geography, majors: transfer in Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Science, Psychology and Child Sociology. Students should check with a - coun for them. of emphasis is appropriate area selor to determine if this These coursesemphasize the perspective, concepts, theories and method- ologies of the disciplines typically found in the vast variety of disciplines that comprise study in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Students will study about themselves and others as members of a Topics larger society. and discussion to stimulate acted critical thinking about ways people have in response to their societies will allow students to evaluate how societies operate. and social subgroups Instruction Instruction 3 3 3 3 4 5 5 3 8 2 2 3 2 5 5 3 8 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 (2) 2-3 1-3 1-3 1-2 1-3 1-3 79

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Fundamentals of Music of Music Fundamentals of Audio Arts I: Fundamentals Recording Technology I Workshop Arts II: Studio Recording Technology Audio Arts III: Advanced Recording II Workshop Studio Arts IV: Recording Ensemble Jazz Improvisation Jazz Voice Elementary Music Theory Music Theory Music Theory Music (4 times) Music Applied Ensemble Jazz Vocal Ensemble Concert Jazz History Jazz Appreciation: Music Elementary Piano Techniques Piano Jazz Theory Music Theory Music Theory/Counterpoint Music x 4 Music Applied Voice Elementary Elementary Piano Music Theory/Orchestrating, Scoring & Music Arranging Video and Composing for Film Voice Intermediate Ensemble Jazz Vocal Orchestra Wind Band Ensemble Small Instrumental Mixed Chorus Mixed Chamber Singers Ensemble Jazz Ensemble Concert Jazz Arts I Recording Arts II Recording Workshop Theater Music Performance Theater Music Chorale Master Orchestra Piano Intermediate II Baroque Choral Music III Romantic Choral Music IV Modern Choral Music gy Technolo Studies o Audio c Performance Music ., ., ., Jazz ., ., A A A . . . C A A MUSIC Required Courses (16 units) Required MUS 239 MUS 240 MUS 241 MUS 242 MUS 243 MUS 231 MUS 233 the following: 6 units from Plus MUS 220 Required Courses (21 units) Required MUS 203A MUS 203B MUS 203C MUS 212 the following: 8 units from Plus MUS 223 MUS 232A MUS 238 MUS 258 MUS 260 (25 units) Courses Required MUS 203A MUS 203B MUS 203C MUS 212 MUS 220 or MUS 258 MUS 234 Plus 8 units from the following: 8 units from Plus MUS 206 MUS 222 MUS 223 MUS 225 MUS 226 MUS 227 MUS 228 MUS 229 MUS 231 MUS 232A MUS 240 MUS 241 MUS 250 MUS 251 MUS 255 MUS 256 MUS 259 MUS 262 MUS 263 MUS 264 2 3 3 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 4 3 3 3 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 4 5 5 3 12 12 12 Assisting Assisting Assisting Phlebotomy Assisting Basics Medical Track Assisting Fast Medical Biology Human of Accounting Elements English Business Assisting Basics Medical Track Assisting Fast Medical Terminology Medical Introductory Psychology to Sociology Introduction Telecommunications Technology and Office Management to Database Introduction Phlebotomy English Business Assisting Basics Medical Track Assisting Fast Medical Terminology Medical of Accounting Elements Telecommunications Technology and Office Management to Database Introduction Phlebotomy Assistant Nursing Biology Human Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Calculus Linear Analysis Chemistry College General College ChemistryGeneral to Statistics Introduction of Physics Principles of Physics Principles Physics Modern cal Medical cal Medical cal Medical ., ., A .S., Phlebotomy .S., .S., .S., . .S., .S., C C C A TING MEDICAL ASSIS Cuesta College Cuesta

Required Course (3 units) Required MAST 109 Required Courses (14 units) Required MAST 110 MAST 111 All Allied Health courses must be completed with a minimum grade of All Allied Health to order in the programs within and to graduate from “C” to progress requirements. Occupational Certificate fulfill (23 units) Courses Required BIO 212 BUS 251 BUS 123 CAOA MAST 110 MAST 111 NRAD 222 201 PSYC SOC 201A the following: 3 units from Plus 128 CAOA 264 CAOA MAST 109 123 CAOA MAST 110 MAST 111 NRAD 222 with a minimum grade of “C” for each the following 3 units from Plus course: 251 BUS 128 CAOA 264 CAOA MAST 109 NAST 148 All Allied Health courses must be completed with a minimum grade of courses must be All Allied Health to in order the program from within and to graduate “C” to progress requirements. Degree Designated fulfill (33 units) Courses Required BIO 212

265A MATH MATH 265B MATH 283 MATH 287 MATH the following: 8 units from Plus CHEM 201A CHEM 201B 147 MATH 208A PHYS 208B PHYS 208C PHYS 2 2 5 2 3 8 2 2 5 2 1 2 6 2 4 3 3 3 1 2 5 2 1 2 6 2 5 3 .5 .5 (3) (3) 4-5 4-5 3-4 .5,.5,.5 Cuesta College Cuesta t Unit (30 (30 Registered d Registere , , , , Anatomy Human Composition or Equivalent English Introductory Psychology Transitions Nursing of Nursing/Caring Foundations Caring Concepts Nurse I Caring Practicum Nurse I Data Making Decision Concepts Caring Family Nurse II Caring Practicum Nurse II Data Making Decision III Caring Concepts Nurse III Caring Practicum Nurse Clients Medical-Surgical Caring for Nurse Leadership/Management Nurse for Clients Psychiatrically Caring Concepts Nurse at Risk at Risk Practicum People Caring for Nurse at Risk Concepts People Caring for Nurse Practice Skills Nursing Supplementary (3 semesters) or Equivalent Bacteriology General or Equivalent Physiology Human General to Sociology Introduction or a course in interpersonal relations Address Public or communications skills Discussion Group Small Caring Concepts III Nurse III Caring Practicum Nurse Clients Caring for Medical-Surgical Nurse Nursing Readiness Semester Third Leadership/Management Nurse Caring Concepts for Clients Psychiatrically Nurse at Risk at Risk Practicum Caring for People Nurse at Risk Concepts Caring for People Nurse Practice Skills Nursing Supplementary or Equivalent Bacteriology General Biology Human Discussion Group Small Nursing g Nursin ., ., ., ., A A . . C Option) C BIO 205 ENGL 201A 201 PSYC These students will be identifiedmet by the the director BRN requirements under of the nursing LVN 30-unit as having ing options. courses All must be nurs- completed with a minimum grade of “C” ress. Conviction to of - prog a felony or of any offense substantiallyrelated to the qualifications, functions and duties of aRegistered Nurse may constitute for denial of licensure. grounds Courses (30 units) Required NRAD 203 - prog for required is policies student NRAD College Cuesta to Adherence eligibility of satisfaction and program the from graduation and within ress to take professional licensure examinations. All nursing courses must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” to progress. felony Conviction or of of any a offense substantiallyrelated to the qualifications, func- tions and duties of a Registered Nurse may constitute grounds for denial of licensure. Courses (69.5-72.5 units) Required NRAD 201 NRAD 201A NRAD 201B NRAD 201D NRAD 202A NRAD 202B NRAD 202D NRAD 203A NRAD 203B NRAD 203D NRAD 204 NRAD 204A NRAD 204B NRAD 204D NRAD 120 BIO 204 BIO 206 SOC 201A SPCM 201A or SPCM 210 NRAD 203A NRAD 203B NRAD 203D NRAD 203H NRAD 204 NRAD 204A NRAD 204B NRAD 204D NRAD 220 BIO 204 BIO 212 or SPCM 210 * Courses required to be eligible to sit for boards, without a degree. a degree. without be eligible to sit for boards, to * Courses required 5 3 1 2 2 5 2 3 8 2 2 5 2 1 2 6 2 4 3 3 3 3 3 (3) (3) 4-5 4-5 3-4 .5,.5,.5 are Care tor Monitor G G cute cute EK A Registered tant, Assistant, tant, Assistant, Assistant

, , 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 of Nursing/Caring Foundations Anatomy Human Composition or Equivalent English States History of the United States the United of Government Any course meeting graduation requirements Caring Concepts Nurse I Caring Practicum Nurse I Data Making Decision Concepts Caring Family Nurse II Caring Practicum Nurse II Data Making Decision III Caring Concepts Nurse III Caring Practicum Nurse Clients Caring for Medical-Surgical Nurse Leadership/Management Nurse Caring Concepts for Clients Nurse at Risk Psychiatrically at Risk Practicum Caring for People Nurse at Risk Concepts Caring for People Nurse Skills Nursing Supplementary (3 semesters) Practice or Equivalent Bacteriology General or Equivalent Physiology Human General States History of the United Introductory Psychology to Sociology Introduction interpersonal relations or a course in Address Public or communications skills EKG Monitor Observer Monitor EKG Nursing Assistant Nursing Assistant Nurse Care Acute Assistant 80 Nursing Nursing g Nursin Nursing

.S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., .S., A C C e Nurse Observer C NURSING, REGISTERED G ASSISTANT NURSIN BIO 205* ENGL 201A* HIST 207A or POLS 202 HUMANITIES Required Courses (75.5-78.5 units) Courses Required NRAD 201* - prog for required is policies student NRAD College Cuesta to Adherence eligibility of satisfaction and program the from graduation and within ress to take professional licensure examinations. All nursing courses must be gradu- to and within progress to “C” of grade minimum a with completed requirements. Degree Designated to fulfill in order the program ate from qualifi- the to related substantially offense any of or felony a of Conviction grounds constitute may Nurse Registered a of duties and functions cations, for denial of licensure. NRAD 201A* NRAD 201B* NRAD 201D* NRAD 202A* NRAD 202B* NRAD 202D* NRAD 203A* NRAD 203B* NRAD 203D* NRAD 204* NRAD 204A* NRAD 204B* NRAD 204D* NRAD 120* BIO 204* BIO 206* or HIST 207B 201* PSYC SOC 201A* SPCM 201A*

Required Course (2.5 units) Required NAST 125 Required Course (3 units) Required NAST 145 Conviction Conviction by any court patient care. providing Services before of Department of Health a crime requires prior clearance Course (5 units) Required by the NAST 148 Instruction Instruction 4 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 3 (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) 1-3 81

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Required Courses (46-48 units) Courses Required 218 BUS 217 LGL 105 PLGL Required Courses (2 units) Courses Required 004 LVN Student must successfully complete LVN 103B or its equivalent. must successfully complete LVN Student LVN 101A LVN 101B LVN 102 LVN 102A LVN 102B LVN 103 LVN 103A LVN 103B LVN BIO 212 ENGL 156 003 MATH 123 CAOA 252 CAOA CIS 210 CJ 206 or CJ 202 220 LGL 222 LGL 123 LGL 124 LGL 101 PLGL 102A PLGL 102B PLGL 203 PLGL 106 PLGL 130 PLGL 131 PLGL 132 PLGL RE 163 Required Courses (60 units) Required 101 LVN Adherence Adherence to Cuesta College student LVN policies is required for - prog ress within and graduation from the program and satisfaction of eligibil- ity to the vocational nurse licensure examination. All vocational nursing courses must be completed with a minimum grade of Conviction of a felony or “C” of any offense substantiallyrelated to the to quali- progress. denial for grounds constitute may LVN a of duties and functions fications, of licensure. 3 4 3 2 3 3 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 3 (5) Cuesta College Cuesta Technician g Trainin Biology Human Introduction to Political Science to Political Introduction Human Anatomy Human Sports and for Fitness Nutrition and and Care to Prevention Introduction Injuries of Athletic Care for Fitness Foundations Leadership and Assessment Exercise Analytic Geometry and Calculus Analytic Geometry and Calculus Calculus Equations Differential Linear Analysis States of the United Government Politics World to Legal Introduction Law and Politics: Controversies Government Comparative Theory to Political Introduction of Economics Principles Civilizations World History of Civilizations World History of Civilization Western History of Civilization Western History of States History of the United States History of the United History of Latin America History of Latin America History of California History of the Mexican-American East History of the Far History of the Afro-American History of African Civilization Women of History of the Role to Philosophy Introduction to Logic Introduction Psychology to Social Introduction Relations Group Minority of Physics Principles of Physics Principles Physics Modern cal Science Political ., A c ic Psychiatr .S., . sics Phy .S., onal sonal Per .S., A A A IC TECHNICIAN PSYCHIATR POLITICAL SCIENCE PHYSICS C Courses (69.5 units) Required BIO 212 Required Courses (18 units) Courses Required POLS 201 Courses (15 units) Required BIO 205 NUTR 230 213 PETH 214 PETH 218 PETH Courses (29-31 units) Required 265A MATH 265B MATH 283 MATH 185 MATH 287 or MATH POLS 202 POLS 204 POLS 205 POLS 206 POLS 209 the following: 9 units from Plus ECON 201A HIST 203A* HIST 203B* HIST 204A* HIST 204B* HIST 207A* HIST 207B* HIST 208A* HIST 208B* HIST 210* HIST 212* HIST 219* HIST 233* HIST 235* HIST 239* 206 PHIL 208 or PHIL 206 PSYC SOC 206 than 6 units more * No PHYS 208A PHYS PHYS 208B PHYS 208C PHYS 4 2 3 2 3 4 5 3 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 (3) (3) .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 .5-1 Training ion Educat 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Human Anatomy Human Aid and CPR First Standard and Sports for Fitness Nutrition and and Care to Prevention Introduction Injuries of Athletic Care for Fitness Foundations Issues Health Multicultural and CPR Aid First Standard Training Step Conditioning Endurance and Sport for Fitness Routines Stretching Training Weight Circuit Training Weight and Health for Fitness Pilates Aquatics Adapted Athletics Intercollegiate Ballet Dance Jazz and Performance Choreography Dance Polo Water Wrestling Badminton Golf Tennis Baseball Basketball Soccer Softball Use Aspects of Drug Health Physiology Human General Education Health Issues Health Women’s Education to Physical Intro and Care to Prevention Introduction Injuries of Athletic for Fitness Foundations Swimming Fitness Adult Training Weight Fitness: Adapted to Dance Introduction Diving Springboard Nutrition Programming Sport and Recreational Intramural Human Anatomy Human Planning Program Recreation and Care to Prevention Introduction Injuries of Athletic for Fitness Foundations Leadership Exercise Sport and for Fitness Nutrition 82 c thletic A

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Designates courses with a laboratory. Designates Designates course has a prerequisite. Designates Indicates courses that may be counted in one area only. courses that may be counted in one area Indicates CSU or either UC or may be limited by that transfer credit Indicates both. Consult with a counselor for additional information. both. Consult with a counselor for additional Students are advised to contact a Cuesta counselor regarding changes to counselor regarding a Cuesta advised to contact are Students General the Intersegmental changes to requirements, the UC admissions to the pattern, and changes (IGETC) Curriculum Transfer Education policy. “pass-along” Math 283 Math 287 Math Math 247 Math 255 Math 265A Math 1 2 L P Composition A: English Group 1 Course (4 term credits) 201A English English Composition Thinking - B: Critical Group 1 Course (3 term credits) 201C English Only) (CSU Requirement Communication C: Oral Group 1 Course (3 term units) 201A Speech 232 Math 236 Math 242 Math Completion of all the requirements in the Intersegmental General General in the Intersegmental of all the requirements Completion transfer will permit a student to (IGETC) Curriculum Transfer Education to a campus in either the California State a community college from of California system without the need, after or the University University to division, general education courses take additional lower to transfer, for requirements The course requirements. satisfy campus general education Applications be certified. can IGETC must be completed before all areas Office. Records and Admissions the in available certification are for IGETC certification. applying for IGETC be on file before Official transcripts must prior to transferring to the UC all subject areas UC transfers must complete system. to check responsibility the student’s is subject to change and it is IGETC the regarding Center Transfer/Career with Counseling Services and the coursework along” College will “pass Cuesta status of IGETC. current Counseling Services UCs. See colleges excluding other accredited from site at list visit the ASSIST web updates to the IGETC for details. For http://www.assist.org. “C” or better. All courses must be completed with grades of Math 265B Math

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course work with a grade point average of at least 2.40, and of at least 2.40, with a grade point average course work each course) to include: courses (3 term or 4-5 quarter transferable college credits Two 1. 201C; and 201A and English composition: English each) in English in transferable college course (3 term or 4-5 quarter2. One credits) and Reasoning; Concepts and Quantitative Mathematical transferable college courses (3 term or 4-5 quarter credits 3. Four Arts subject areas: at least two of the following each) chosen from and Sciences; or Physical and Behavior Social and Humanities; Transfer Education General Intersegmental Sciences. The Biological new requirements. will satisfy the above (IGETC) Curriculum UC Berkeley Barbara UC Santa UC Davis Cruz UC Santa UC Irvine (graduate only) Francisco UC San UC Los Angeles UC Modesto UC Riverside Diego** UC San • • • University (UC)System Transfer on as on Admissi ty of of University

**Eleanor Roosevelt & Revelle do not accept IGETC. & Revelle Roosevelt **Eleanor The UC campuses are: The UC campuses are: Course requirements vary from one UC campus to the next. Therefore, vary one UC campus to the next. Therefore, from Course requirements a counselor to first select a particular with students should work UC admissions strategy for completing that campus’ campus to formulate a education requirements. and general major requirements, requirements, of the UC campus of their choice should consult the catalog Students breadth and major, transfer, regarding to find out specific details requirements. in this category must: Students or 90 quarter units of transferable college A. Complete 60 term credits a “C” grade in (with at least B. Complete a course pattern requirement based on their Requirement who did not satisfy the Subject Students the subjects must take transferable college courses in high school record missing, earn a grade of “C” or better in each course, and earn they are work. in all transferable college course (2.0) average “C” an overall high from and Scholarship Requirements who met the Subject Students (SAT/ Requirement school, but who did not meet the Examination (18 quarter)ACT), must complete a minimum of 12 term credits in all “C” (2.00) average and earn an overall of transferable work examinations the take not need Students work. course college transferable freshmen. of required Transfer Transfer

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FRANCH (FR) SPEECH (SPCH) GEOGRAPHY (GEOG) VOCATIONAL ESL (VESL) GEOLOGY (GEOL) WELDING (WELD) GERMAN (GER) WELLNESS (WELL) HEALTH EDUCATION (HEED) WORK EXPERIENCE (WRKEXP) (1.5) (3.5) (3.5) (3.0) (2.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta ADVANCED PHONETIC FOUNDATIONS FOR READING AND PHONETIC FOUNDATIONS ADVANCED SPELLING READING COMPREHENSION BUILDING READING ESSENTIALS TEST AND PERFORMANCE ANXIETY TEST AND PERFORMANCE READING AND FOR INTRO PHONETIC FOUNDATIONS SPELLING survey course focuses on life management, learning styles, personal and educational values, time management, instructor-student relations, main- taining health, memory and concentration, lecture note-taking, textbook studying, subject-specific studying, test taking, usingcal analysis, problem solving, the library, and criti- creative thinking. Emphasis is on the attainment of life-long success in academic, development. professional and personal 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Promotes review, improvement, and development of the skills basic needed reading to be prepared for preparation includes the skills ACSK fundamental to effective 036: reading and clear Reading Essentials. This thinking by increasing vocabulary through word attack skills, by analyz- ing the structure of written material through identifying stated and im- plied main ideas, by discerning the relationships and of by valid supporting inferences. Active reading details, strategies are stressed for optimal comprehension. 4.5 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Non-Applicable Promotes words. in sequence and identity sound of awareness an Develops introduces and generalizations attack word single-syllable use to ability the multi-syllable concepts. Features multi-sensory and discovery for students with learning disabilities. Designed learning. 030B laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Non-Applicable Continues to develop phonemic multi-syllable Teaches word awareness attack generalizations, prefixes, suffixes, and and self-correction skills. strategies for visual memory and proofreading. Continues to use multi- sensory learning. and discovery 032 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Designed for students who have difficulty understanding and remember- ing what they read. Includes progressive instruction and textbook chapter graph, comprehension. essay, An appointment with in sentence, para- - enroll to prior Servicesmember and faculty Programs Student Disabled a advised. ment is strongly 034 Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC maximum credit of one course between ACSK 225 ACSK of one course between UC maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 10). and PETH 227 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Explores the relationship between the physiological, psychological, and emotional responses to test and performance Course anxiety. investigates cognitive, the in practice guided offers and anxiety and stress of theories the meditative, and biofeedback-aided techniques to manage anxiety in math, giving a speech, and/or competing taking a test, succeeding while in a sports event. CSU. Transfer: 030A (Formerly ACASK 27) ACASK (Formerly 30A) ACASK (Formerly 30B) ACASK (Formerly 34) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 32) ACASK (Formerly (0.5) (1.5) (3.0) (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 94

COLLEGE SUCCESS LEARNING ESSENTIALS FOR COLLEGE SURVIVAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION SUPPLEMENTAL ADJUNCT STUDY SKILLS OCCUPATIONAL TEST PREPARATION: SUPPORT LABORATORY ACADEMIC MIC SKILLS ACADE 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility A comprehensive course that integrates personal growth and values, aca- demic study strategies, and critical and This creative thinking proficiency. 225 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents essential study methods that promote college success. Including, but not limited to; managing and maximizing learning and study time; critical thinking: levels of comprehension; understanding textbooks and other written material; active listening preparation: and synthesizing and reviewing course content; test taking strate- note-taking strategies; test gies; and campus resources. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 120 Co-requisite: Enrollment in the targeted discipline course. in Enrollment Co-requisite: Integrate “how to while learn” focusing on “what to in learn” the target- ed, historically high-risk, discipline courses. Students meet weekly with a Instruction Supplemental Leader for structured study: applying - appropri ate academic study strategies, reviewing, preparing for exams, sharpening critical thinking, comparing notes, and clarifying lecture/text required. attendance and participation concepts. are Regular 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 217 1.5 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Learn, practice, and apply time management, textbook reading, critical thinking, note taking, and test taking skills through to combining specific small content group courses collaborative instruction and individu- alized lab modules covering study skills appropriate to courses. various content 115 Prepares Prepares prospective employees to successfully take the necessary place- ment test or qualifying examination to apply for employment in a variety of occupations, such as the psychiatric technician placement test and the civil service examination. The specific content, skills, knowledge, and the most appropriate test-taking approaches will be included to build confi- dence, and reduce confusion, uncertainty, and test Theanxiety. goal is to maximize each potential individual’s to achieve the highest possible score on the placement test or qualifying examination. 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 110 3.0 hours laboratory per week 3.0 hours laboratory Non-Applicable Associate Degree Provides students with specialized programs designed to mathematics, study skills, vocabulary, skills in reading, spelling, improve grammar, basic and English as a Second Language. Students work independently and at their own pace using computers, audio-tutorial tapes, and supplemental materials. Laboratory the instructor. time is arranged with 005 (Formerly ACASK 15) ACASK (Formerly 20) ACASK (Formerly 25) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 10) ACASK (Formerly 17) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 5) ACASK (Formerly Courses Courses (0.0) (0.5) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) 95

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 SKILLS SPECIAL TOPIC ACADEMIC ADAPTED STUDIES: LABORATORY KEYBOARDING FOR COMPUTER ACCESS COMPUTER ACCESS: ADAPTED WORD PROCESSING SUPERVISED TUTORING NON-CREDIT COMPUTER ACCESS EVALUATION ADAPTED STUDIES: LECTURE 193 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Non-Applicable per minute. to type 15 words Advisory: Ability - hard assistive Emphasizes course. processing word basic 9-week a Presents ware and software (speech synthesizers, screen enlargers, spell- checkers, keyboard alternatives) and beginning word processing skills (editing, sav- ing, printing, formatting, file management).Designed for students with disabilities. verified 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Presents curricula and instruction, not available in other courses in a lec- format, to meet identified special learning needs of disabled students. ture May include advanced training in comprehension, phonetics, computer- assisted instruction, or other specialized topics. An appointment with a Disabled Student Programs and Services faculty member prior to - enroll advised. ment is strongly 007 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable special identified meet to instruction and curricula individualized Presents learning needs of disabled students. May include computer struction, assisted audio-tutorial programs, individual assignments, in- or tutoring in and Programs Student Disabled a with appointment An topics. specialized advised. is strongly Services faculty member prior to enrollment 010 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Provides keyboarding basics to students technologies into the context of computer tutorials. with adaptive disabilities. Incorporates 013 Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 099 week 4.0 hours laboratory per a counselor by course and referral credit College a Cuesta in Enrollment Prerequisite: and/or instructor. Provides non-credit basic skills and all other content area courses - super vised tutoring for students one-to-one and in small groups. Includes as- and study sessions. exam reviews sessment of study skills, 001 0.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Provides a diagnostic evaluation to determine whether the student pos- sesses the necessary skills to benefit from Technology Center participationfor the Disabled. in Evaluation areas the Assistive include cognitive processing abilities, keyboard access, general mobility and seating, - educa goals. tional or vocational 004 (Formerly ACASK 93) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 99) ACASK (Formerly 101) ACASK (Formerly 113) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 104) ACASK (Formerly 107) ACASK (Formerly 110) ACASK (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (4.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) ARITHMETIC FUNDAMENTALS GRAMMAR ESSENTIALS SPELLING ESSENTIALS WRITING FUNDAMENTALS INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ACADEMIC SKILLS INDEPENDENT STUDIES: READING ESSENTIALS Cuesta College Cuesta Provides a Provides basic arithmetic and math study skills course for students who have a history of difficulties in mathematics. This course uses alternative and active approaches for learning the concepts and skills of place value, basic operations, fractions, decimals, percentages, word problems, learn- ing styles, and math study strategies. 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 075 058 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Focuses on the basic punctuation, grammar, and usage skills essential for written reinforce and apply to practice extensive Provides writing. effective language skills with an emphasis on identifying and correcting common sentence errors. Introduces Introduces techniques for improving spelling competence with emphasis on understanding and analyzing spelling errors. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 055 Advisory: For speakers of languages other than English, completion of the English as completion of the English speakers of languages other than English, Advisory: For Language (ESL) sequence is highly recommended. a Second Focuses on the grammar, punctuation, sentence writing, and paragraph writing skills students need to succeed in basic English courses. Provides multi-sensoryassistance practice, instruction,individualized intensive and to promote the written language development of students needs and with backgrounds, including students diverse with learning disabilities and speakers of other languages. Offered as a prerequisite to the basic English writing course for students who do not receive a qualifying score on the Assessment test or equivalent. 050 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of tutor training or disability research. 6.0 hours laboratory per week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable 247 Advisory: ACSK 034 or qualified score on the Cuesta College Assessment Test. Cuesta College Assessment on the score 034 or qualified Advisory: ACSK understanding Promotes and retention of textbook information. Explores myths and misconceptions of the reading process and facilitates increased Promotes interpretive and application skills of- compre reading efficiency. hension and develops vocabulary through the integration of content area materials. 036 per week 3.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ACASK 50) ACASK (Formerly 55) ACASK (Formerly 58) ACASK (Formerly 75) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 36) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 47) ACASK (Formerly (1.0) (0.5) (0.5) (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ADAPTED FITNESS: WEIGHT TRAINING PRUNING VINEYARD TECHNIQUES PROPAGATION AND FERTILIZATION IRRIGATION VINEYARD TUTOR TRAINING: SELECTED TOPICS TUTOR TRAINING: SELECTED ADAPTED AQUATICS AG TECHNOLOGY CAL ED. ADAPTED PHYSI 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Studies rootstocks and phylloxera concerns, water and nutrition water application techniques, irrigation and fertilizer injection systems. needs, Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 205 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides an individualized fitness program for students with a disability using resistive exercises and equipment. An appointment with a Disabled Student Programs and Services faculty member advised. strongly prior to enrollment is PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 105 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable vines. cordon and cane, head, pruning of practice field and theory Presents vines. and mature training of young Includes 110 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents rootstock and “T” budding of older vines Examines pros to and cons change of various propagation varieties. techniques used in vine- budding. of vines following care Covers yards. 115 Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field in course work preparatory completed must have The student Prerequisite: study is to be undertaken.in which the Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study ence by an or individual student a in a selected practicum topic of - experi learning skills under the direction of an instructor. An appointment with a Disabled Student advised. and Services member is strongly faculty Programs 168 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility specialized Provides information and guided practice in designated topics tutor other in offered not areas subject in expertise gain Tutors projects. or training courses. An appointment Services with Coordinator the Tutorial advised. is strongly prior to enrollment 200 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides an individualized aquatic exercise program for students with a disability. Improves flexibility, strength, and endurance using the water as a source of buoyancy and resistance. An appointment with a Disabled Student Programs and Services faculty member advised. strongly prior to enrollment is (Formerly PEADPT 100) PEADPT (Formerly 5) AGTECH (Formerly 10) AGTECH (Formerly 15) AGTECH (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 168) ACASK (Formerly 105) PEADPT (Formerly ). 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INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ACADEMIC SKILLS DIAGNOSTIC TESTING FOR LEARNING DISABILITY COMPUTER ACCESS: APPLICATIONS COMPUTER ACCESS: ADAPTED WORD PROCESSING I COMPUTER ACCESS: ADAPTED WORD PROCESSING INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET USING ASSISTIVE INTRODUCTION TO THE TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS USING ASSISTIVE TO COMPUTERS INTRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER ACCESS: WORD PROCESSING II COMPUTER ACCESS: WORD PROCESSING 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 047 Assesses eligibility for Disabled Student Programs and Services ing to - accord California Community College Title V regulations. Develops an Individual Educational Plan (IEP). tions, Provides support, and counseling. An appointment with a placement Disabled Student - recommenda Programs and Services faculty member prior to advised. enrollment is strongly 0.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 040 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Non-Applicable per minute. to type 15 words 003, ENGL 099, Ability Advisory: MATH Presents the use of computer access technologies for students with physi- cal and/or learning disabilities within the database, and context spreadsheet programs. of Designed for word students with processing, verified disabilities. 031 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 025 or equivalent. Advisory: ACSK Continues ACSK 025. Enhances skills the through student’s the comple- tion of assignments or projects. Advisory:Ability to type 20 words per minute (depending upon nature of disability per minute (depending upon nature to type 20 words Advisory:Ability 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Non-Applicable 025 An introduction to the Internet designed for disabilities. with students to relates it how students as well as Internet the Discusses with disabilities. Students will also learn about the components that make up the Internet them information, to on the which search Internet will allow and relevant will Internet the affecting technologies New engines. search latest the with setting. also be discussed and used in context to the educational 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Non-Applicable 022 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree An introduction to computers designed Discusses the history for of the personal computer as well as how it students relates to with disabilities. students with disabilities. Students will also learn about the components that make up a personal computer and relevant information which will an ideal computer system for themselves. enable them to create 019 Introduces the use of microcomputer access technologies for students the use of microcomputer Introduces - process context of word with physical or learning disabilities within the ing. 028 (Formerly ACASK 125) ACASK (Formerly 131) ACASK (Formerly 140) ACASK (Formerly 147) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 119) ACASK (Formerly 122) ACASK (Formerly (Formerly ACASK 128) ACASK (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 97

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 CONVERSATION ASL DAILY AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV INDEPENDENT STUDIES: AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193A 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better or equivalent ASL 215B with a grade Prerequisite: Continues skills presented in ASL 215B. municating with Emphasizes the deaf as practiced fluency in a variety of insituational contexts. com- Language. uses of American Sign creative Explores CSU; UC. Transfer: 215D 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable or the equivalent of C or better, ASL 215C with a grade Prerequisite: Presents a functional-notional approach to language acquisition, - empha sizing an increased fluency in expressive andreceptive skills throughvo- cabulary development, grammar, non-manual behaviors, finger-spelling uses of skills, Story-telling creative and contact with the community. Deaf ASL, exposure to Deaf Culture through awareness of cross-cultural com- munications; knowledge of the history of the Deaf in America and cus- expanded. community are toms of the Deaf CSU. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study or practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of American Sign Language of an instructor. under the direction 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Language Sign American in used skills receptive and expressive Introduces (ASL) through vocabulary development, grammar, non-manual behav- iors, and finger spelling.Provides exposure toDeaf Culture by reviewing manual of varieties Community, Deaf the of dynamics ASL, historyof the communication, Deaf President Now protest, and cultural communication. customs of CSU; UC. Transfer: 215B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better ASL 215A with a grade Prerequisite: approach functional-notional a with 215A ASL of continuation a Presents to language acquisition; expands expressive and receptive skills through vocabulary development, grammar, non-manual behaviors spelling. Continues exposure to through Deaf awareness Culture of cross- and finger- cultural communications; history of the Deaf in America and customs of community. the Deaf CSU; UC. Transfer: 215C (Formerly ASL 15B) (Formerly ASL 15C) (Formerly ASL 15D) (Formerly ASL 93A) (Formerly (Formerly ASL 47) (Formerly (3.0) (0.5) (0.5) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) BEGINNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IN AGRICULTURE TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC AGRICULTURE SOIL FERTILITY AND QUALITY IN CENTRAL COAST VITICULTURE INDEPENDENT STUDIES: AGRICULTURE SOIL FERTILITY AND QUALITY IN CENTRAL COAST SOIL FERTILITY AND QUALITY IN CENTRAL VITICULTURE UPDATE PEST CONTROL MANAGEMENT BASIC VITICULTURE CANOPY MANAGEMENT VINEYARD AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Cuesta College Cuesta 215A Overview of agricultural careers with focus on preparing for the job mar- ket. discussion Includes of opportunitiescareer in agriculture, both union and non-union. Focus on providing the tools necessary to target and ob- industry. tain a position in the agriculture 195 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Applicable 193A 193 Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study or practicum experience by by experience practicum or study in-depth an opportunityfor an Provides an individual student in a selected topic of agriculture under direction of an instructor. Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. 147 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents basic soil science and soil quality issues needed in growing wine grapes in the Central Coast wine region. Thegrowing focus is on soil tex- tures, soil soil fertility, quality and estimating the available water holding capacities. Soil profiles and other essential soil properties will be- investi using backhoe pits. gated by 140 Presents lectures Presents in entomology and related subjects in pest control man- agement. Also provides update training for persons with a license. pest control 135 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Basic Basic principles and of anatomy plant as growth, physiology, they pertain to grapevines. Fundamentals of irrigation, fertilization, and pest manage- ment will be discussed. 130 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Studies the latest Studies techniques in developing trellis systems both to improve quality. grape and wine 120 per week 9.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ASL 15A) (Formerly (Formerly AGTECH 40) AGTECH (Formerly 93A) AGTECH (Formerly 95) AGTECH (Formerly (Formerly AGTECH 20) AGTECH (Formerly 30) AGTECH (Formerly 35) AGTECH (Formerly 47) AGTECH (Formerly 93) AGTECH (Formerly (1.0) (2.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & PRESENTATION COMPUTER ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & PRESENTATION GRAPHICS ARCHITECTURE SPECIAL TOPIC IN ARCHITECTURE TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDIES: ANTHROPOLOGY INDEPENDENT ARCHITECTURE INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARCHITECTURE Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 232 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable CIS 210 or equivalent. Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 195 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Overview of architectural careers with focus market. Includes on discussion of preparing career opportunities for in architecture, both the job union and non-union. Focus on providing the tools necessary to industry. and obtain a position in the architectural target 201 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces a critical framework for regarding buildings as chitecture. works Explores of the ar- nature of the architectural profession it and relates how to other environmental design fields, such as city andplanning, urban design, and regional landscape architecture. Examines how build- ing and environmental design professions are responding to the profound challenges of living sustainability in the 21st century. This course- archi in major university a to transfer to intending student the for istended in- design discipline. environmental or a related tecture Studies the ways regionsof oflife theof world, people includ- in different Studies ing Latin East, America, East Middle Asia, and Africa. and values, Beliefs, other social characteristics such economics, as and family, religion will be studied. CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of of an instructor. direction anthropology under the CSU. Transfer: 247 Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. by experience practicum or study in-depth an opportunityfor an Provides an individual student of in under a direction selected topic of architecture an instructor. (Formerly ARCH 95) ARCH (Formerly 101) ARCH (Formerly 110) ARCH (Formerly (Formerly ANTH 47) (Formerly 47) ARCH (Formerly 93) ARCH (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 98

CONTEMPORARY CULTURES OF THE WORLD CULTURES CONTEMPORARY NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS CALIFORNIA INDIANS CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY CULTURAL ARCHAEOLOGY LABORATORY PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY PHYSICAL POLGY ANTHRO Advisory: ENGL 156. 225 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Studies the North American Indians, including their lifestyle at the time of time the at lifestyle their including Indians, American North the Studies at present. contact, and the Indians to European contact, their reactions CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 221 Advisory: ENGL 156. the prehistory, their including historya Indians, California the of Presents Indians at the time of European contact, the today. Anglo-American period, and the Indians Spanish period, the early 220 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents an introduction to the concepts of cultural differ- anthropology, ent perspectives for the study of culture and their application. Primitive cultures are studied both civi- as they existed before contact Western with today. lization and as they are 203 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. an Presents introduction to archaeological theory and concepts, as well as archaeology. World and Old an overview of both New CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 Co-requisite: ANTH 201 Co-requisite: Utilizes the hands-on laboratory approach in studying oste- primatology, dentition, ology, genetics and human variation. Both fossil and contem- porary will be studied. 201L week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents an introduction to, and history of, evolutionary theory, its plication ap- to human evolution, humans’ relationship to primates, and the significance of racial differences. CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Advisory: 156. ENGL 201 (Formerly ANTH 25) (Formerly (Formerly ANTH 2) (Formerly ANTH 3) (Formerly ANTH 20) (Formerly ANTH 21) (Formerly (Formerly ANTH 1) ANTH (Formerly ANTH 1L) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (5.0) (5.0) 99

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS II ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS GREEN BUILDING DESIGN WITH LEED TRAINING DESIGN WITH GREEN BUILDING AIDED DRAFTING AND ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER DESIGN 252 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 251 ARCH Prerequisite: 244. 213 and ARCH in ARCH enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent - prob creative of means and methods principles, theories, of Continuation lem solving, two- and three-dimensional visual organizations to commu- nicate concepts and meanings, basic and verbal creation the on emphasis with environment built the of analysis skills, and visual communication Presents Presents the use of computer aided drafting and design software as a tool for generating construction drawings, 3D modeling and design - tations. presen This course provides an introduction to the use of Architectural practice. VIS as it applies to architectural and 3D Studio Desktop CSU. Transfer: 242 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable enrollment and completion of or concurrent 221, 250, ARCH CTCH Prerequisite: 230. in ARCH the concepts and methods associated with Introduces the use and applica- tion of construction systems, processes and materials. Emphasis is placed on the standards and conventions used framed construction. to detail and document light CSU. Transfer: 251 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 222 ARCH Prerequisite: solv- problem creative of means and methods principles, theories, Presents ing, two- and three-dimensional visual concepts organizations and to meanings, communicate basic verbal inter- and creation the on emphasis with and environment built the of analysis visual communication skills, form, function and light. of architectural relationship ARCH of 18 units total between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 201, 213, 221, 222, 251 and 252). Introduces Introduces the theory and application of climate, energy use and comfort as determinates of architectural form. Includes architectural methods of ventilating, cooling, heating, and lighting for envelope-load dominated on portfolio based review). CSU, (credit for credit, buildings. Acceptable CSU. Transfer: 245 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable professional or comparable 250, 242, CTCH 244, ARCH ARCH Prerequisite: experience Building Design and students architecture Green prepares and Introduces design and construction professionals for LEED introduction accreditation to the U.S. with Green Building Council an LEED Rating System, and processes industryresources, and fundamentals, design building green design. strategies for green CSU. Transfer: 230 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 242 and ENGR 225. ARCH (Formerly ARCH 220) ARCH (Formerly 230) ARCH (Formerly 231) ARCH (Formerly 251) ARCH (Formerly 252) ARCH (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) (4.0) ARCHITECTURAL ENVIRONMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURAL MODEL MAKIING ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION II DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION I VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN AND Cuesta College Cuesta 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 205B PHYS Prerequisite: 252. in ARCH enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 244 high school drafting. Introduces basic concepts and creation of 3D scaled material - architectur al models for visual representation and communication of architectural design. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 250 221 and CTCH ARCH Prerequisite: 242, or 222, ARCH in ARCH enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent 205 Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of 18 units total between ARCH of 18 units total between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 201, 213, 221, 222, 251 and 252). Prerequisite: ARCH 222 ARCH Prerequisite: 252. in ARCH enrollment Advisory: Concurrent Prepares students with skills and resources needed to present work consistent in and a unified portfolio for job procurement and transfer credit. This studio based design course focuses on the development of a- profes sional architectural portfolio representing student model making and visual communication skills. architectural design, 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of 18 units total between ARCH of 18 units total between UC, maximum credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 201, 213, 221, 222, 251 and 252). 213 Prerequisite: ARCH 221 and Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ARCH in enrollment 221 and Completion of or concurrent ARCH Prerequisite: 232 Continuation and extension of the ARCH 221, content plus and the issues principles, concepts, introduced methods ing in and to skills the pertain- freehand, drafted and digital tion of visualization quantitative and and qualitative communica- information to support analysis and conceptualization. 222 laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of 18 units total between ARCH of 18 units total between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 252). 201, 213, 221, 222, 251 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Presents principles, concepts, methods and skills pertaining to freehand and drafted drawings employing orthographic, axonometric, oblique and lineal ideas, drawing perspective objects systems - and to environ represent ments. Includes principles and concepts of two- and three-dimensional visual design. Covers basic color theory principles, concepts and applica- tion; basic physical model building concepts and skills; principles, shadow casting conventions and techniques for orthographic, systems. drawing oblique and perspective axonometric, 221 Advisory: 221. ARCH Introduces computer design and presentation skills for architecture - stu and 3D modeling. layout, image editing, page dents including CSU. Transfer: (Formerly ARCH 207) ARCH (Formerly (Formerly ARCH 112) ARCH (Formerly 113) ARCH (Formerly 115) ARCH (Formerly (Formerly ARCH 111) ARCH (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) Cuesta College Cuesta DRAWING INTERMEDIATE ART ISSUES SEMINAR OF 2-D DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS BEGINNING DRAWING SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: MODERNISM AND MODERNISM ART HISTORY: SURVEY OF POST-MODERNISM NON-WESTERN ART SURVEY OF ART HISTORY: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 222 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 221 ART Prerequisite: 221 with an emphasis on composition and content. Continues ART CSU; UC. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 219 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents lectures and discussions concerning a specific topic in contem- porary or historical art issues or theory. Provides the opportunity for an in-depth study and analysis of individual artists, art works, and contemporary in art making and criticism. trends movements CSU. Transfer: 220 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the basic design elements and principles common to all visual design of application practical the in experience studio artProvides forms. assignments. and color theory creative through CSU; UC. Transfer: 221 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable an overview Presents of the art of drawing in an historical and contempo- rary context by introducing the basic practice and theories of drawing as a fine art.It introduces basic elements and principles of design, avariety of drawing media, and the use of drawing as a personal means of and communication. expression visual Presents Presents the second of a three-semester course in the history of Western art. Includes cultural and Baroque, historical Rococo, background Neo-Classic, of Romantic, periods of art. Post-Impressionist the Realist, Impressionist, Renaissance, and CSU; UC. Transfer: 205 Associate Degree Applicable 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Modernism of issues and artists movements, art the of overview an Presents Thisand includesPost-Modernism. art from the mid-nineteenth century, through the twentieth century and contemporary art. Includes the social, context of the time. political, and aesthetic CSU; UC. Transfer: 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Surveys the art traditions Columbian, and other of cultures non-Western as expressions African, of their - reli Asian, gions and Native philosophies. Compares to non-Western Western art American, to reveal Pre- of 20th century influences and explains the diversity cross-cultural art. (Formerly ART 105) ART (Formerly week per 3.0 hours lecture 106) ART (Formerly 119) ART (Formerly 120) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 121) ART (Formerly 122) ART (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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ART Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility 204 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Presents Presents the first of a three-semester course in the historyWestern of art. Includes cultural and historical background and Neolithic of periods), Ancient Near Prehistoric Eastern, Egyptian, Aegean, (Paleolithic Greek, Roman, and Medieval art traditions. Discusses and compares the cultural of each of these artisticbackground traditions. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 203 Introduces Introduces the form, content, and media of the visual arts. Overview of historical and cultural exploring language, and materials, artistic methods, significance. Presents major art movements and styles including prehis- toric to contemporary. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 200 193M 193L laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents advanced architectural presentation drawing and graphic com- munication skills with emphasis on quantitative representing and qualita- tive information, ideas, and concepts with freehand sketching and - draw ing techniques. Includes abstract diagramming, the use of color and the design of two-dimensional graphic communications with direct applica- charette. tion in a community design 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable 222 221 and ARCH ARCH Prerequisite: Advisory: 251. ARCH 254 interrelationship of architectural form, function, structure and context. structure form, function, of architectural interrelationship ARCH between of 18 units total credit UC, maximum CSU; UC (For Transfer: 222, 251 and 252). 201, 213, 221, (Formerly ART 104) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 93L) ART (Formerly 93M) ART (Formerly 100) ART (Formerly 103) ART (Formerly (Formerly ARCH 254) ARCH (Formerly (Formerly ART 93) ART (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 101

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 BOOK ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY INTERMEDIATE FIGURE PAINTING MEDIA INTRODUCTION TO PRINT ETCHING 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 244 ART Prerequisite: Continues study of photography as a fine art as introduced in ART 244. Presents intermediate level concepts and darkroom techniques in The development ofand photographywhite asstill aphotography. black means and composition will be the infusion of content, of personal expression, stressed. CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: ART 221 ART Prerequisite: Offers instruction and studio practiceprintmaking techniques as well as the designing in etchingof images appropriate to and related intaglio these techniques. CSU; UC. Transfer: 243 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 220 ART Prerequisite: Presents an investigation of the book form as a vehicle of creative - expres sion. Explores the book structure through the history, concepts and the creative application of this unique art object, in which the content is not alone. limited to words CSU. Transfer: 244 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces black and white still photography as a fine art incal an histori- and contemporary context. Presents traditional through darkroom projects practices that introduce the elements and Emphasizes use principles and of care of design. 35mm cameras, related photography equip- ment, black and white filmprocessing and photographic class. for A 35mm camera is required enlargements. NOTE: CSU; UC. Transfer: 245 234 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 230 and ART 223 ART Prerequisite: 231. 224 and ART Advisory: ART Introduces the fundamentals of painting from the human figure, the- cre in context. the figure painting media, and use of various ative CSU; UC. Transfer: 240 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Introduces a variety of print media including traditional historical print- making practices such as relief, etching, and stencil. Includes contempo- rary print media such as photocopy, offset lithography,erated computer images gen- and artists’ books. Presents the art historical and contemporary of context. printmaking in an CSU; UC. Transfer: 241 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly ART 121) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 134) ART (Formerly 140) ART (Formerly 143) ART (Formerly 144) ART (Formerly 145) ART (Formerly (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) PAINTING WATERCOLOR INTERMEDIATE PAINTING WATERCOLOR PAINTING INTERMEDIATE BEGINNING PAINTING COLOR LIFE DRAWING INTERMEDIATE LIFE DRAWING Cuesta College Cuesta Prerequisite: ART 232 ART Prerequisite: Continues ART 232 with an emphasis on problem-solving, composition of personal style. and development CSU; UC. Transfer: 233 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Explores the fundamental techniques and creative use of aqueous media in media aqueous of use creative and techniques fundamental the Explores painting on paper. CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 221 220 and ART ART Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 232 Prerequisite: ART 230 ART Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of ART 230 with an emphasis on contemporary issues in painting. Composition and content is also stressed. 231 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Prerequisite: ART 220 and Art 221 220 and Art ART Prerequisite: Introduces basic painting techniques, methods, materials and language, including color mixing, brushwork, and composition. CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 230 Advisory: ART 220. Advisory: ART the Presents physical nature of color and the theory - Studio of proj color. ects explore primary systems, color properties, interaction, strategies and expressive qualities of color. Investigates the physiological, psychological, symbolic, and cultural aspects of color. 229 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Continues ART 223 with Continues an ART emphasis on personal interpretation and the in composition. use of the figure CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 223 ART Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 224 Prerequisite: ART 222 ART Prerequisite: Presents the fundamentals of anatomy and representation of the human form in various attitudes and movements. The skeleton and live models will be used. 223 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ART 129) ART (Formerly 133) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 130) ART (Formerly 131) ART (Formerly 132) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 123) ART (Formerly 124) ART (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 1.0) (3.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta CONCEPTUAL BLOCKBUSTING PAINTING DIGITAL DESIGN, AND ADOBE INDESIGN: ART, PHOTOGRAPHY INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL ART DIGITAL INTERMEDIATE AND DESIGN, ART, ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: PHOTOGRAPHY DESIGN, AND PHOTOGRAPHY ADOBE PHOTOSHOP: ART, Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 260 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents students with basic concepts to enhance innate creative abilities. Explores the mental and emotional factors involved in the Numerous creative intelligences. multiple and thinking, - pro non-linear and linear cess; artistic and case scientific, invention, techniques, problem-solving creative 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 150 or basic computer skills. Advisory: ART Presents primary instruction in digital imaging for artists and designers using Adobe Photoshop. Students learn how to scan, composite, edit and formats. adjust images, change image modes and file CSU. Transfer: 257 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: computer skills. Basic an introduction to digital Presents painting with using Photoshop, Adobe a focus on basic painting techniques, methods color mixing, and composition and language. the integration Includes of traditional and digital painting techniques. CSU. Transfer: 258 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: computer skills. Basic Introduces digital prepress production involving for reproduction on any preparation kind of press or printing of system. Presents topics pages and practical experience in Adobe InDesign, file work terminology, flow, complex devices, input digital various requirements, job issues, font types, copy. file storage and transfer systems, and output options for hard 254 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 253 ART Prerequisite: Continuation 253 of with ART emphasis on the more complex tools and procedures of the software which is introduced in ART 253. Presents in- termediate level of integration of digital media with Critiques focus natural on contemporary aesthetic and ethical art issues in digital art media. of the artwork. as the design attributes as well CSU; UC. Transfer: 255 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 150 or basic computer skills. Advisory: ART primary instruction Illustrator. in digital illustration using Adobe Presents use to features, layout and type use to images, create to how learn Students digital mediums. web and other filters, and to format images for print, CSU. Transfer: 256 (Formerly ART 154) ART (Formerly 155) ART (Formerly 156) ART (Formerly 160) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 157) ART (Formerly 158) ART (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Introduces the use of the Macintosh computer, specific to artthe use applications Introduces of the computer, Macintosh and of the finecreation art.Instruction will focusMacintosh on oper- the ating system, and the use of current industry standard vector-based draw- ing and raster-based image editing softwares, computer hardware basics, peripheral equipment and general practices used terminology, technology, when operating a personal computer. 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 253 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the Macintosh Operating System, computer hardware basics, peripheral equipment and general practices used terminology, technology, related and graphics computer Basic computer. personal a operating when introduced. are graphics hardware Transfer: CSU: UC. Transfer: 150 Prerequisite: ART 244 and ART 256 244 and ART ART Prerequisite: as photography digital of fundamentals technical and concepts Introduces techniques and practices Presents photography. traditional to extension an unique to digital photography through projects that emphasize person- al expression, the infusion of content and composition. digital of use Emphasizes and care the photography, digital of issues aesthetic and practical to digital photography. cameras, and other equipment related 249 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents the art and science of digital compositing for visual effects and 2D animation, utilizing Adobe After Effects for film and video applica- technical and aesthetic issues. tions. Explores Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 248 Presents an overview of Presents digital non-linear video editing, including acquir- ing digital video and combining and cuts techniques, editing basic include: and Topics movies. digital editing complete source material to create transitions, adding and altering audio, titling, keying and transparency, and applying filters and effects. 247 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: ART 244 ART Prerequisite: Explores photography as an art form including cross-media hybrids such as painting with light, hand-coloring and drawing on photographic im- ages, use of liquid light, combining images and words, and conventional photography. 246 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ART 148) ART (Formerly 149) ART (Formerly 150) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 153) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 146) ART (Formerly 147) ART (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 103

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 SCULPTURE FOUNDRY CERAMICS CERAMICS SCULPTURE INTERMEDIATE FIGURE SCULPTURE Assignments Assignments emphasize ideas and personal expression while utilizing the elements and principles of design. Projects explore materials such as fab- rication with plaster, metal, mixed media, and wood, and contemporary sculpture. site-specific and installation such as approaches 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 280 ART Prerequisite: wheel, 280 with an emphasis Continues on on ART the throwing potter’s sculptural form derived from wheel-thrown objects, and sculptural form combining wheel and hand-built forms. CSU; UC. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 274 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable study to 271 or equivalent 270 or ART completion of ART Successful Prerequisite: the instructor. in a portfolio by and evaluated be presented Provides instruction and practice ing in the lost wax bronze processes including direct casting modeling and mold of making. contemporary sculpture. Emphasizes to bronze art issues related sculpture - us CSU. Transfer: 280 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the practice and appreciation of ceramics as a fine art covering the basic elements and principles of design, methods and materials spe- cific to ceramic media with a focus on hand-building.Emphasizes the use of ceramics as a personal means of visual expression and communication. an overviewof the art of ceramics in an historical and contempo- Presents rary context. CSU; UC. Transfer: 281 Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 272 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 271 ART Prerequisite: Continues study of issues and techniques of contemporary sculpture introduced as in ART 271. Presents intermediate level assignments in fab- rication and introduces the casting process. Additional emphasis will be placed on large-scale projects such as site-specific, performance, installa- tion and public art. CSU. Transfer: 273 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 271 ART 270, or 223, ART ART Prerequisite: Provides instruction and creative practice in figure sculpture using a live model with directed assignments. Traditional and contemporaryon emphasis an with employed be will materials and niques contemporary tech- issues Mediain mayfigure sculpture. include, but are not limited to, clay, plaster mold-making, cast hydro-stone, bronze casting, plaster construc- steel and mixed-media. tion, welded (Formerly ART 172) ART (Formerly 173) ART (Formerly 174) ART (Formerly 180) ART (Formerly 181) ART (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) BEGINNING SCULPTURE FUNDAMENTALS OF 3-D DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS TYPOGRAPHY INTERMEDIATE GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERMEDIATE GRAPHIC DESIGN ANIMATION DESIGN, AND ART, ADOBE FLASH: Cuesta College Cuesta Introduces Introduces the issues and techniques of contemporary sculpture. 271 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Introduces Introduces the basic elements and principles of three-dimensional design. tools materials, sculptural basic using problems studio of variety a Presents contem- and historical in design 3D of overview an Presents methods. and porary context. 270 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. basic Introduces principles in the effective use of type.Emphasis is on the use of typography in graphic design. include Topics the history of type, aesthetic qualities of letterforms, typeface anatomy and of style, the letter, and compositional arrangement. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 268 Prerequisite: ART 266 ART Prerequisite: Continues the practical skills 266 of emphasizing ART critical assessment of the design principles used in visual communication as well as creative and in practical this exploration. Topics class are fundamental to the - cre ation of digital layout, graphics, illustrations, video and multimedia. photography, animation, 267 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: ART 253 ART Prerequisite: Principles and processes used in visual communication. This class focuses on the and creative practical exploration in the area of visual communica- in this class are fundamental Topics to tion. the creation of digital layout, graphics, illustrations, photography, animation, video and exploring design, visual into typography and symbols incorporate multimedia. Projects the formal elements and symbolic content. between interrelationships 266 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: 156. ENGL time- other and interactivity, animation, of principles basic the Introduces based media projects using Adobe Flash Professional. Students will learn these how principles used are to construct games, animations and - interac media. tive 265 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable studies are explored. The underlying assumption is that innovationcan be learned. skill which is a CSU. Transfer: (Formerly ART 168) ART (Formerly 170) ART (Formerly 171) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 165) ART (Formerly 167) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 166) ART (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (2.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS CERAMICS HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS VISUAL DESIGN INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ART INDEPENDENT SKILLS DRAWING HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS PAINTING 20.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 15.0 hours laboratory) 20.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 15.0 hours This is an elective course towards a high school diploma. The course in- the troduces disciplines of painting and design. The course will emphasize the basic elements of color and design as they relate to painting. The stu- dent will create works in water color, oil, and acrylic. Students will also gain the ability to analyze and evaluate art, including their own. Students will survey the history of art in general and painting in specific, putting in a historic and cultural context. are 403 laboratory) 20.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 15.0 hours This is an elective course towards a high school diploma. This course is a technical and aesthetic exploration of 3-dimensional design through the and ceramics. This course will also include 2 dimension- mediums of clay, al basic drawing and layout skills. The student will participate in a wide range of experiences using additive or subtractive sculpture designed techniques, to build artistic and creative confidence.Functional objects as well as will also sculptural Students ideas will be explored during the year. introduction An work. own their glazing of methods several to exposed be to the wheel potter’s as a forming tool will also take place. The products in this course may servecreated as functional items or fine art works. 404 20.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 15.0 hours laboratory) This is an elective course towards a high school diploma. A multi-culture studio art class which coordinates 2-D and 3-D studio work and cultural studies together. Selected cultures of Meso-American, Italian, German, French, Middle Eastern and Asia will be introduced to produce art - proj cultural and (vocabulary) Language culture. unique each to relate that ects studies will be taught on a daily basis so as cultural to differences. appreciate Thehistorical artand elements and principles of design composi- tion serve as a foundation for each unit covered. Attention will be given to visual studio work, language and culture art for various forms. and an appreciation studies. knowledge Students will gain 299 per week 6.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree in the field work course preparatory completed student must have The Prerequisite: study is to be undertaken.in which the an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of Art under the direction of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 401 hours lecture, 15.0 hours laboratory) 20.0 hours per week: (5.0 - intro course The diploma. school high a towards course elective an is This the emphasize will course The drawing. artspertainingto studio the duces basic elements of art.drawing Various and techniques will be introduced tot he student such as gesture, contour and modeling. The studenthave the opportunity will to create works in various media. Students will also gain the ability to analyze and respond to various works, including their own. Furthermore, students will be introduced to numerous cultural and historical styles and motifs. Through critiques, students will display the ability to aesthetically value and appreciate works of art, as well as under- and history. art, between culture stand the relationship 402 (Formerly ART 401) ART (Formerly 402) ART (Formerly 403) ART (Formerly 404) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 199) ART (Formerly (5.0 to 3.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

ART GALLERY PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION ART EXCURSIONS ALTERNATIVE AND PRIMITIVE FIRING TECHNIQUES AND PRIMITIVE ALTERNATIVE IN CERAMICS CERAMIC SCULPTURE CERAMICS INTERMEDIATE

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: ART 220, ART 270, and ART 290. 270, and ART 220, ART Advisory: ART Explores theoretical, technical and aesthetic aspects of exhibiting works of art, as well as providing actual experience in operating an art Students will gallery. work with exhibiting artists, learn about contemporary is- sues in art and artistthe relationship and between viewinggallery, public. Students assist in design, publicity, installation and management of the College Art Gallery. Cuesta 295 11.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 9.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Develops basic skills in resume photographing art work for formulation, portfolio presentation to future college or - vo selecting, mounting and cational agencies. Examines opportunities and requirements for work in - devel individual to relative goals investigates and fields, art-related various for art and minors. majors opment. Recommended 293 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents an opportunity for fine arts students to sketch and study origi- nal works of art in museums, galleries, art schools, and other sites in the journal and/or drawings Sketchbook areas. Francisco San and Angeles Los independent an developing for basis a as student the by used be may notes art or essay. work 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in any art enrollment class. Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 290 Prerequisite: ART 280 ART Prerequisite: instruction Presents and experience in alternative firing techniques for ce- and raku. will include pit, sawdust, ramic art. Firings 284 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents contemporary ap- their in materials and processes traditional and Presents plication to the construction of ceramic sculpture. CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable class. beginning ceramics college-level 280 or a comparable ART Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 283 Prerequisite: ART 280 ART Prerequisite: Explores contemporary issues in ceramic art and the more technically in- volved construction and decorating methods with an emphasis on glaze technology. 282 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ART 195) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 190) ART (Formerly 193) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 184) ART (Formerly (Formerly ART 182) ART (Formerly 183) ART (Formerly Courses Courses (4.0) (4.0) (3.0) (4.0) (2.0) (3.0) 105

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 BASIC AREA CLEAN AIR CAR COURSE AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR BUSINESS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY ACCESSORIES AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL AUTOMOTIVE FUEL SYSTEMS: CARBURETION 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the many facets of operating an automotive repair including business, entrepreneurship, franchising, market analysis, physical facili- ties, financing, organization, taxes, insurance, bookkeeping, legal aspects. Material is covered from point and both of the the employer’s employee’s view. 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility equip- safety lines, tanks, filters, including systems fuel automotive Studies carburetors. and computer controlled ment, pumps, carburetors, CSU. Transfer: 164 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable experience in emissions/tune-up or 180 of trade one year Minimum Prerequisite: in tune-up, fuel and electrical courses. training hours (9 semester units) of accredited Covers the rules and regulations governing the Check Smog in- Program, (EIS), System Inspection Emissions BAR97 the using procedures spection and an overview of Onboard Diagnostics II (OBDII). comple- Successful tion of ATCH 164 meets a portion of the requirements for technicians seeking an Emission Basic (EB) or Emission Advanced (EA) Check Smog Technician License. 166 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility theory and practical application of safety inspections, Presents battery ser- vice, oil and lubrication, cooling system, ignition system, brake tion, wheel bearings and minor repairs. inspec- 168 Presents Presents a lecture and laboratory course covering theory and - manipula tive skills required for Technician. entry-level Covers employment as information an Test needed CertificationTechnician for Engine Engine Service Specialist. Service to Covers diag- pass nosis A.S.E. removal, teardown, inspection, machining, installation, reassembly, Automotive engines. of automotive and break-in 158 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 156 or ENGL 165. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Studies basic electrical theory, transistors and other semiconductors, wir- cranking systems, lighting, vehicle as batteries, charging systems, well as ing, and accessory systems. 160 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility electrical Presents and electronic testing, troubleshooting, and repair - pro body and accessory power circuits, Covers on the modern vehicle. cedures options, instrumentation, and interfacing between engine and body con- computers. trol 263 (Formerly ATECH 58) ATECH (Formerly 60) ATECH (Formerly 63) ATECH (Formerly 64) ATECH (Formerly 66) ATECH (Formerly 68) ATECH (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) ENGINE OVERHAUL PROCEDURES INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES INDEPENDENT STUDIES: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ASTRONOMY SPECIAL TOPIC INDEPENDENT STUDIES - ASTRONOMY ASTRONOMY LAB ASTRONOMY AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY MY ASTRONO Cuesta College Cuesta Advisory: ATCH 152 or equivalent. Advisory: ATCH Associate Degree Applicable 153 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or 165. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the principles of internal design, combustion construction, engines and encompassing application ing of the ignition, cooling, engine lubricating, fuel systems, components, and engine tests includ- and measurements. 152 Provides an opportunity for in-depth study or practicum experience by an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides individual student in a selected topic in the automotive technology area an instructor. from with support and direction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the tech- course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: nical field in which the study is to be undertaken 147 Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience - direc the under Astronomy of topic selected a in student individual an by tion of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Laboratory in ASTR 210. of the principles presented application CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 Prerequisite: MATH 123 or MATH 123SI or equivalent 123 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: ASTR 210 Co-requisite: 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility 210L week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents the astronomy of planets, satellites, asteroids, comets, meteors, the sun, stars, and galaxies. CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 123SI or equivalent or MATH 123 MATH Prerequisite: 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility 210 (Formerly ATECH 53) ATECH (Formerly 4.0 hours laboratory) (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per week: (Formerly ATECH 52) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ASTR 10) ASTR (Formerly ASTR 10L) (Formerly ASTR 93) (Formerly 47) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ASTR 47) (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS AUTOMOTIVE FUEL INJECTION AND TURBOCHARGERS AND AIR CONDITIONING AUTOMOTIVE HEATING MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS TRANSMISSIONS AUTOMATIC BRAKING SYSTEMS 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility Provides theory and practical application of the function heating and and air conditioning repair systems as applied of to domestic and import- ed automobiles. Provides training toward Automotive Service Excellence Certification. 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable and eligibility for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. 109 Advisory: ATCH Presents automotive braking systems including conventional drum type brakes, disc brakes, vacuum and hydraulic boosters, and anti-lock brake systems. Provides training for licensing Certification. Service Excellence by Automotive and by Repair the Bureau of Automotive CSU. Transfer: 186 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility suspen- active alignment, wheel geometrydesign, suspension and Presents sion systems, wheel balancing, tires, and steering systems. Provides train- Certification. Service Excellence Automotive ing toward 18 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility Presents both mechanical and electrical fuel injection systems for motive auto- gasoline and diesel fuel engines as well as truck turbochargers. automotive and light 188 Presents the fundamental operation, service, diagnosis, and repair of clutch clutch of repair and diagnosis, service, operation, fundamental the Presents assemblies, manual transmissions and transaxles, rear wheel drive (RWD) drive shafts and universal joints, front wheel drive (FWD) half-shafts and constant velocity joints, rear axle assemblies and differentials, and drive trucks. and light duty as applied to automobiles axle wheel bearings CSU. Transfer: 281 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 109 and eligibility 186, and ATCH 182, ATCH Advisory: ATCH or ENGL 165. the Presents operation, diagnosis, and repair, overhaul of rear wheel drive wheel rear and transaxles, manual drive wheel front transmissions, manual drive axles as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks both foreign and domestic. CSU. Transfer: 182 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces fundamental operations, rebuilding procedures, and service of - prep Provides transmissions. automatic automotive and converters torque Certification. Service Excellence aration for Automotive 284 (Formerly ATECH 81) ATECH (Formerly 82) ATECH (Formerly 84) ATECH (Formerly 86) ATECH (Formerly 87) ATECH (Formerly 88) ATECH (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (5.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

MANUAL DRIVETRAINS AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING ADVANCED AUTO BODY ADVANCED AUTO BODY REPAIR I AUTO BODY REPAIR TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP AUTOMOTIVE

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Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility 280 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents complete vehicle refinishing, color matching techniques, color theory and custom painting as well as vehicle detailing. students Prepares painter. as an automotive for employment 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 175 170 and ATCH ATCH Prerequisite: for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility 177 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: Eligibility Covers surface preparation, selection and application of undercoats, top- coats and other types of refinishing materials and equipment whichcompliant are with current Air Pollution Control District rulings and governing laws commercial automotive health, safety, refinishing and environmental operations. concerns and manip- of the development knowledge Emphasizes relative painting industry. Addresses to the automotive painting automotive the in necessaryemployment skills gainful for ulative industry. 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 175 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 170 ATCH Prerequisite: an Presents advanced course in automotive body and fender repair which combines laboratory work on campus and on-site research in a commer- alignment, frame damage, estimating covers course This facility. repair cial trim work, upholstery removal and installation, shop management, and major collision damage repair. Emphasis the in employment gainful for necessary skill manipulative and knowledge is placed on developing the industry. collision repair automotive 171 Presents the fundamentals of automotive body repair. Includes instruction Includes repair. body automotive of fundamentals the Presents in body construction, welding, metalworking methods used and in the equipment auto body repair industry. Emphasis is placed on developing in employment gainful for necessary skill manipulative and knowledge the industry. the auto body repair 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 156 or ENGL 165. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 170 Prerequisite: Successful completion of 12 semester units of ATCH courses with a 3.0 courses of 12 semester units of ATCH completion Successful Prerequisite: GPA. - environ working the around centering instruction lab and lecture Presents ment in the automotive repair industry. Students are assigned to a com- mercial automotive facility repair for their laboratory experience. Lectures cover such topics as work habits, resumes, interviewing, attitude, safety, labor laws, record keeping, and rules and regulations pertinent to the au- industry. repair tomotive 269 4.5 hours laboratory) week: (1.5 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ATECH 80) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ATECH 71) ATECH (Formerly 75) ATECH (Formerly 77) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ATECH 69) ATECH (Formerly 70) ATECH (Formerly Courses Courses (2.5) (2.0) (4.0) (1.0) (5.0) (5.0) (5.0) 107

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 GENERAL BOTANY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE COMPUTERS TO AUTOMOTIVE INTRODUCTION SYSTEMS AUTOMOTIVE IGNITION ENGINE PERFORMANCE ENHANCED CLEAN AIR CAR COURSE BIOLOGY Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 201A, BIO 201B, BIO 204, BIO 205, BIO 206, Completion of BIO Prerequisite: BIO 211, BIO 212, BIO 213, BIO 216, BIO 220, BIO 221, BIO 222, or BIO of C or better; or Completion of a high school AP biology224 with a grade course of C or better with a grade Advisory: ENGL 156. 2.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 164 in ATCH enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Provides training as required by the Repair California to meet Advanced Bureau Emission license Specialist Technician - require of Automotive ments. training Includes Check on failure analysis Smog and operation of dynomometer testing system. the Bar-97 201A laboratory) 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: of C or better and CHEM 210 or high school chemistry with a grade Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents the principles of life and life processes with an emphasis on cel- origins and diversity. genetics, and life’s cellular chemistry, lular structure, CSU; UC. Transfer: 201B 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable of C or better a grade BIO 201A with Prerequisite: Continues BIO 201A with emphasis on plant and animal structure and and ecology. evolution, physiology, 109 2.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree - com on-board for procedures test basic and operation, theory, the Covers puters found on domestic and imported vehicles. Designed for entry level study. automotive 120 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Covers modern vehicle ignition systems. EI, and Coil-On-Plug system IT, Includes theory, diagnosis, and repair. 125 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable in the automotive 120 or one year 109, ATCH ATCH 152, Advisory: ATCH trade. Studies automotive engine performance theory and operation including pol- tune-up, Emphasizes systems. computer and emission, electrical, fuel, diagnostic techniques. and driveability lution control, 127 (Formerly ATECH 109) ATECH (Formerly 120) ATECH (Formerly 125) ATECH (Formerly 127) ATECH (Formerly BIO 1A) (Formerly BIO 1B) (Formerly BIO 2) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (2.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION ELECTRONICS FOR AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS UPDATE TRAINING - SMOG CHECK UPDATE UPDATE TRAINING - ADVANCED ENGINE TRAINING - ADVANCED UPDATE PERFORMANCE TRAINING - ENGINE PERFORMANCE UPDATE UPDATE TRAINING - AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC TRAINING UPDATE FUNDAMENTALS OF SHOP PRACTICE OF SHOP FUNDAMENTALS AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL AUTOMOTIVE Cuesta College Cuesta 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Overview of automotive careers with focus on preparing for the job mar- ket. Includes discussion of career opportunities in the automotive indus- the both on tools union providing necessaryand non-union. Focus to try, industry. target and obtain a position in the automotive 195 193K 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: Engine Performance Specialist Certificate or one year full time equivalent Certificate or one Specialist Performance Advisory: Engine experience in the trade. update Provides training in automotive emission testing. Required by the BAR for state smog check technician license renewal. 8.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 193H Advisory: Engine Performance Specialist Certificate or one year full time equivalent Certificate or one Specialist Performance Advisory: Engine experience in the trade. Provides for update skills in engine driveability and emission failure - re pairs. Prepares the student for ASE L-1 advanced performance test BAR L-1 alternate test. and 193G laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Provides Provides updated information on engine driveability testing the procedures. Prepares student for and ASE A-8 engine performance performance test and BAR A-8 alternate test. 8.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable year full time equivalent Certificate or one Specialist Performance Advisory: Engine experience in the trade. 193F Advisory: Engine Performance Specialist Certificate or one year full time equivalent Certificate or one Specialist Performance Advisory: Engine experience in the trade. Provides for updating skills student for ASE A-6 electrical test and BAR A-6 alternate test. Prepares in modern automotive electrical service. 8.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (4.0 Associate Degree Applicable 193E 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable safety, shop and tool covering material demonstration and lecture Presents threaded fasteners, removing broken and seized fasteners, job costing and tolerances, estimating, principles, leverage, and hydraulic fundamentals of of component assemblies. disassembly and assembly 193D 193 Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. (Formerly ATECH 95) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ATECH 93F) ATECH (Formerly 93G) ATECH (Formerly 93H) ATECH (Formerly 93K) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ATECH 93D) ATECH (Formerly 93E) ATECH (Formerly (Formerly ATECH 93) ATECH (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (2.0) (3.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta HAWAIIAN BIOLOGY FIELD STUDIES HAWAIIAN SIERRA BIOLOGY FIELD STUDIES OF EASTERN CALIFORNIA HISTORY NATURAL & DESERTS MOUNTAINS COASTAL BIOLOGY FIELD STUDIES BIOLOGY FIELD COASTAL STUDIES DESERT BIOLOGY FIELD Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 209H laboratory) 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents a field study course on theNatural History ofHawaii. Includes the formation of the islands and the ecological relationship of the island plants and animals. and Transportation Land costs are the responsibility of the students. CSU. Transfer: 209S 54.0 hours laboratory by arrangement per week Associate Degree Applicable BIO 220 or any college biology lab course Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. habitats, meadow and riparian on emphasis with ecosystems Sierra Studies Alpine and coniferous forest ecology and grandeur. Practices field study observations and techniques. Camping, food, and other expenses will be of students. the responsibility CSU. Transfer: 210E 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Presents a lecture and field study course on the ecology and natural his- tory of Eastern California mountains and deserts. Includes the study of their geological history, native plant and animal impacts, and the communities, history and human function of the preservation and conserva- tion of ecosystems including the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. A field trip willreinforce and elaborate upon lecture mate- techniques rial. also Field will be taught on the Studentsfield will trip. be Camping, notebook. field standardized a in turn and maintain to required food, transportation, and other expenses will be the responsibility of the students. Students should be prepared for camping in both hot and cold (freezing) environments and for extensive hiking on and than 10,000 feet. ruggedgreater terrain at elevations off trails over 209C per week by arrangement 54.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree in any college biology enrollment - of or concurrent Completion labora Prerequisite: tory course Advisory: BIO 222. Emphasizes observations and techniques used to appreciate and evaluate be will expenses other and food, Camping, ecosystems. coastal California’s students. of the the responsibility CSU. Transfer: 209D arrangement per week 54.0 hours laboratory by Associate Degree Applicable BIO 220 or any college biology course laboratory Prerequisite: Advisory: 156. ENGL Presents a field study course on the California deserts.Includes the- for mation of the deserts and the ecological relationship of desert plants and animals. Practices field techniques used in data collectionCamping, food, and analysis. and other expenses will be shared by the students. contingent upon UC review. credit UC CSU. Transfer: (Formerly BIO 9C) BIO (Formerly BIO 9D) (Formerly BIO 9S) (Formerly BIO 10E) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 9H) (Formerly (1.0) (4.0) (5.0) (1.0) (5.0) (5.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Presents discussions in Presents the latest developments in biology and allied fields with an emphasis on general topics. CSU. Transfer: 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in any college biology enrollment concurrent Completion of or course Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 208G Presents discussions of Presents the latest developments in biology and allied fields topics. with an emphasis on environment-related 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in any college biology enrollment concurrent Completion of or course Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 208E Presents the physiology of human body systems with emphasis upon func- upon emphasis with systems body human of physiology the Presents tions of growth, fitness, motion and sensitivity. Lecture nursing, pre-medical and contents are appropriate for students of biology, and laboratory sciences. exercise 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable of C or better and BIO 205 with a grade CHEM 210 or equivalent Prerequisite: Advisory: BIO 201A. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 206 Advisory: ENGL 156. Studies human anatomy with models and selected preserved material to demonstrate the anatomical systems. Utilizes an audio-tutorial approach to instruction. 205 laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: CHEM 210 or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade CHEM 210 or equivalent Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156 and BIO 201A. Presents the general facts regarding bacteria and other microbial cul- includes Laboratory health. work general forms, affect that particularlythose techniques, animal host techniques, and identification of microbes. ture 204 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable Presents a study of the comparative biology of the animal kingdom. Topics Topics kingdom. animal the of biology comparative the of study a Presents - evolu embryology, anatomy and physiology, include comparative covered tion, and ecology. CSU; UC. Transfer: 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable of C or better BIO 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 203 Presents a Presents study of structure and function of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds of the flowering plants.Includes the characteristics, life cycles, classification, evolution and ecology of cyanobacteria, fungi, algae plants. and vascular (Formerly BIO 8G) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 5) (Formerly BIO 6) (Formerly BIO 8E) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 3) (Formerly BIO 4) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (3.0) (4.0) (3.0) (1.0) 109

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY LAB ENVIRONMENTAL GENETICS IN SOCIETY PLANTS & PEOPLE BIOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN BIOLOGY LABORATORY Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 220L 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in BIO 220 enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility an optional laboratory course Presents designed to complement BIO 220, 213 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces basic principles of genetics and heredity. Emphasizes current ge- and cancer, cloning, research, cell stem including genetics, in advances netically modified crops.Investigates the social consequences and ethical agriculture. implications of biotechnology in medicine and CSU; UC. Transfer: 216 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Designed for plant enthusiasts who do not have taxonomy, reproduction, a the basic structure, physiology, Includes ground. strong science back- and evolution, ecology of uses varied plants. of Discusses plants people by of Laboratorydifferent cultures throughout work history. includes setting up experiments, and growing, propagating plants. will Students also learn basic gardening techniques and how to design water-efficient sustainable plants. using California native gardens CSU; UC. Transfer: 220 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility a study of biological Presents concepts, processes, and organismal biology, including scientific methodology, metabolism, genetics, Theseecology. concepts evolution are used to assess environmental and issues including human population growth, biodiversity, biological conservation, pollu- and energy use. tion, and resource Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces fundamental structural and functional concepts of the human for non-science Designed and therapies. and their disorders body systems, majors and provides an appreciation for popular interests such as fitness, terminology. and common medical inheritance, immunity, CSU; UC. Transfer: 212L week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in BIO 212 enrollment Completion or concurrent Prerequisite: Advisory: 156. ENGL Laboratory to accompany Human Biology (BIO 212), a general educa- tion course for non-biology majors and pre-health related fields.Provides an introduction to the biology of the human species, designed to create an awareness and understanding of the human body functions, human’s par- direct Provides and the mechanics of human heredity. place in nature include Topics discussions. and demonstrations, experiments, in ticipation elements of human anatomy and nutrition, physiology, disease, elements of human heredity and environmental adaptations, and interpretations of topics in biology. current relevant CSU; UC. Transfer: Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly BIO 12L) (Formerly BIO 13) (Formerly BIO 16) (Formerly BIO 20) (Formerly BIO 20L) (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (2.0) (2.0) HUMAN BIOLOGY LIFE SCIENCE PARK NATIONAL VALLEY OF DEATH HISTORY NATURAL NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COAST RANGES OF THE COAST HISTORY NATURAL ISLAND BIOLOGY Cuesta College Cuesta 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, no credit if taken after BIO 201A, 201B, 202, or UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 203). Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces the non-biology major to the organization and evolution life and the of structure and function of living systems from cells to biomes. and laboratory the lecture to instruction. approach Utilizes 211 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Presents a lecture and field study course on the ecology and natural his- tory of Death Valley National Park (DVNP). Includes the geological native study history, plant and animal of communities, human impacts its on DVNP ecosystems, and the history and function of the Park National Service. A field trip toDVNP willreinforce and elaborate upon material. lecture Field techniques also will be taught on the field trip.Students will be required to maintain and turn in a standardized fieldCamping, notebook. food, transportation, and other expenses will be the - responsi bility of the students. Students should be prepared for deserts, camping high mountain in elevations hot (8000+ feet), and extensive hiking on and off trails. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 210V 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Presents a lecture and field study course on the ecology and natural his- tory of the coast ranges. Includes the native study plant of and their animal geological communities, history, human impacts, and the and function history of the preservation and conservation of ecosystems includ- of and Land ing California Management, the state national Bureau forest, parks. A fieldField tripreinforce and will elaborate upon material. lecture techniques also will be taught on the field trip.Students will be required to maintain and turn in a standardized field notebook. Camping, food, transportation, and other expenses will be the responsibility of dents. the Students should be stu- prepared for camping in a moist, coastal envi- 2000 over to level sea from trails off and on hiking extensive and ronment rugged terrain. feet over Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 210R Presents a lecture and field study course on the biology, ecology, and natu- and ecology, biology, the on course study field and lecture a Presents ral history of islands. the Includes study of their ecological and - evolution ary including history, colonization and establishment of native plant and animal communities, human impacts, and preservation and conservation of island ecosystems. A field trip willreinforce and elaborate upon lecture material. Field techniques will also be taught on the field trip.Students will be required to maintain and turn in a standardized fieldCamping, notebook. food, transportation, and other expenses will be the - responsi bility of the students. Students should be prepared for physical activities over trails off and on hiking and provided) be will (gear snorkeling as such rugged terrain. 210I 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly BIO 12) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 10V) (Formerly BIO 11) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 10I) BIO (Formerly BIO 10R) (Formerly (0.5) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (0.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INDEPENDENT STUDIES: BIOLOGY BIOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC SURVEY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS BIOLOGY FACILITATOR ASSISTED LEARNING: BIOLOGY SEMINAR LEARNING: BIOLOGY ASSISTED FACILITATOR PRACTICUM: ASSISTED LEARNING FACILITATOR ANATOMY ASSISTED LEARNING PRACTICUM: FACILITATOR BIOLOGY 20.0 hours per week: (15.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours laboratory) aligned is Biology diploma. school high a towards course elective an is This California. of state the by established as standards content science the with Biology is designed to inculcate the student with the living world and its systems. Concepts of Cell Biology, Genetics, Evolution and the in utilized be will experimentation and Physiology Investigation presented. be will biology laboratory component to promote technical lab competence, uti- lize the scientific processes ofresearch andreporting, aswell as teach and reinforce scientific concepts. Lab attendance and completion of biology requirements. are lab reports Associate Degree Applicable in BIO 243 enrollment Completion or concurrent Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Provides practical applications of facilitator assisted of biology students. small groups learning (FAL) in CSU. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of biology under the direction of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 401 243 per week 9.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Advisory: ENGL 156. Develops interpersonal skills, understanding of the learning process, and students to facilitate in their Seminar prepares as a facilitator. effectiveness subject area. CSU. Transfer: 244A 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Provides practical applications of facilitator assisted of anatomy students. small groups learning (FAL) in CSU. Transfer: 244B (Formerly BIO 43) BIO (Formerly BIO 44A) (Formerly 44B) (Formerly per week 1.0 hours lecture BIO 93A) (Formerly BIO 401) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 47) (Formerly BIO 93) (Formerly 1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (1.0) (4.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Provides Provides the opportunity for broadening general the education and for providing a student’s study of selected background topics in biology. in current and matter subject of analysis and discussion on be shall Emphasis Program. only to students admitted to the Honors Open advancements. 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 201A. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 42 Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces the importance of rare species, studies reasons for rarity, and examines methods of preservation. Biological, economical and considered. species are political influences on rare 226 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents an ecological approach to the natural history of terrestrial plants envi- to relationships classification, Emphasizes California. in animals and ronment, interrelationships, problems of life, economic importance, and field biology techniques. 224 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents an applied, optional course laboratorythrough investigations. and field designed to augment BIO CSU; UC. 222, Transfer: 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in BIO 222 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 222L 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents and integrates aspects of marine processes, organisms, and ecol- Provides a ogy. general overview of marine research, biology, and human impacts on marine environments. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 222 Advisory: ENGL 156 and eligibility for MATH 007. Advisory: 156 and eligibility for MATH ENGL plant Studies and animal communities emphasizing the interrelationships of living organisms and their living and non-living environment. The em- phasis in lecture is on major principles describing these interrelationships com- webs, food via cycling nutrient and flow energy evolution, including petition, and predation. The emphasis in the laboratory is on the gather- of ecological data in lab and field. ing and interpretation 221 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable Environmental Environmental Science. Applies and expands knowledge gained in BIO laboratory field trips, 220 through and special projects. investigations, CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly BIO 42H) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 22L) (Formerly BIO 24) (Formerly BIO 26) (Formerly (Formerly BIO 21) BIO (Formerly BIO 22) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 0.5) 111

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 TELEVISION INTERNSHIP FIELD VIDEO PRODUCTION AND EDITING WRITING FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRINCIPLES OF RADIO BROADCAST PERFORMANCE AUDIO PRODUCTION ADVANCED VIDEO STUDIO PRODUCTION Explore techniques necessary to effectively communicate messages through through messages communicate effectively to necessary techniques Explore basic announcing skills. Interviewing, radio news, commercial announc- ing, ad-lib techniques, voice tracking and career exploration will be - cov ered in-depth. Learn practice skills needed to professionally perform as a career. radio broadcasting in CSU. Transfer: 230A 9.0 hours laboratory by arrangement per week Associate Degree Applicable 225B laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in BCST 223 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Provides an introduction to the theory, terminology, and single camera video operation production including composition of and editing tech- niques, camera operation, portable lighting, audio control, video and non-linear editing. Includes recorder the aesthetics and funda- operation, mentals of scripting, producing, and directing on location, incorporating multimedia, and postproduction. CSU. Transfer: 226 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade ENGL 201A or equivalent Prerequisite: Introduces the principles, techniques, and style of writing for electronic media. Includes the writing of commercials, ments, news, editorials, narration, and dramatic presentations. Introduces public service announce- media. an analysis of content and ethical considerations of the electronic CSU. Transfer: 227 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 224D 6.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 7.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree better of C or 224C with a grade BCST Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Further 224C. BCST in introduced techniques and skills the upon Builds develops production skills with the introduction of Digidesign Tools Pro mixdown and mastering techniques, and bouncing tracks. Air personality skills emphasized. Provides laboratory practice in the operation day day-to- operation of the campus radio stations. some Provides staff members radio station. for KGUR CSU. Transfer: 225A hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable 223 in BCST enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: and oper- signal flow terminology, to the theory, an introduction Provides ations within a multicamera television studio and control room; includes TV history, TV aesthetics directing, the operation of video broadcast cameras, audio equipment, switchers, the fundamentals quality of lighting, and recording. computer generated graphics, video control CSU. Transfer: (Formerly BCST 24D) BCST (Formerly BCST 25A) (Formerly BCST 25B) (Formerly BCST 26) (Formerly BCST 30A) (Formerly (Formerly BCST 27) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) ADVANCED AUDIO PRODUCTION ADVANCED ADVANCED AUDIO PRODUCTION ADVANCED AUDIO PRODUCTION VIDEO OPERATIONS INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MEDIA TO ELECTRONIC INTRODUCTION IONS ICAT CAST COMMUN BROAD Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: BCST 224B with a grade of C or better. a grade BCST 224B with Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Builds upon the skills introduced in BCST 224B. Introduces theory programming, of format operations, and management of small market sta- tions. Provides experience in news scripting and on-the-air newscasting. Introduces quick punch advanced recording using Tools audio the computer. Digidesign Provides Pro laboratory practices in operation the of the day-to-day campus radio station. Provides some staff members for radio station. KGUR 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 224C Prerequisite: BCST 224A or equivalent Prerequisite: Emphasizes polishing basic production skills and more complex production techniques developing through computer (Digidesign Pro new and Tools) editing and audio recording. Provides laboratory practice in day-to-day operation of the campus radio station. the 224B laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents the theory and practice of audio techniques in radio, television, film, and multimedia, including acoustics, audio language and terms, sig- use of microphones, userelated of and production mixers equip- nal flow, ment, and the aesthetic aspects will of apply sound their mixing. Students knowledge to create audio productions in class and on the college radio 105.3 FM.(FT) station, KGUR 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 224A Presents Presents the theory and demonstration of video control room and studio equipment. Offers beginning students aoverview comprehensive of video studio and field operations, technical fundamentals, and basicproduction. program 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 223 Presents a Presents survey of electronic media including radio, television, film and digital media and their impact on and culture society in context - with pre existing models; includes economics, history, technological development, programming, ratings, legal aspects, and social aspects of broadcasting in international comparisons. and America with cross-cultural 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility 221 (Formerly BCST 24A) (Formerly BCST 24B) (Formerly BCST 24C) (Formerly (Formerly BCST 21) BCST (Formerly BCST 23) (Formerly (4.0) (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta BUSINESS LAW BUSINESS LAW INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNSHIP ADVERTISING PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING SS BUSINE 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 243 BUS Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the student to the principles, purposes and practices of - adver color, typography, headline, style, appeal, correct of importance the tising; 218 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Offers basic legal knowledge essential to business with emphasis onlaws of the contract, sales, agency and employment, - prop commercial paper, of background and nature of study Includes transactions. secured and erty, courts, and court procedures. American law, 218 and BUS of one course between UC, maximum credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 217). LGL 219 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Offers basic legal knowledge essential to business including study of na- ture and background of American law and courts and court procedures with emphasis on both domestic and international laws of contract, sales, employment, business agency, organizations, commercial property, paper, and dispute resolution. CSU; UC. Transfer: 129 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable classes. 6 units of Business Prerequisite: Provides students an opportunity to an experience employee the in responsibilities a of business setting business. related to their courses of study in 240 201A per week 4.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 123SI. 123 or MATH 156 and MATH for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility basic Provides principles of accounting for service and merchandising en- - prepara entry, final and original of books of analysis an Includes terprises. tion of financial statements, deferrals and accruals, use of special journals and subsidiary ledgers, notes, allowance method for write-offs, inventory systems. plant assets, and payroll methods, methods of depreciating CSU; UC. Transfer: 201B 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 201A BUS Prerequisite: Provides accounting for partnerships and corporations. Includes consoli- state- financial position, financial in changes of statement statements, dated ment analysis, accounting for bonds, cost accounting, cost-profit-volume organizations. analysis, and accounting for non-profit and differential CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly BUS 1A) BUS (Formerly 1B) BUS (Formerly 18) BUS (Formerly 19) BUS (Formerly 40) BUS (Formerly (Formerly BUS 29) BUS (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) nly students students nly nly students O O 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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nly students who have been given permission from the chair of the Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of broadcast communications of an instructor. under the direction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. 247 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: BCST 225A or BCST 225B and approval of the station management BCST 225A or BCST 225B and approval Prerequisite: Provides practical supervised work experience as a regular staff member in television a station, local or area other cable broadcast company, media for compa- independent working production Includes facility. production nies or advertising agencies. Acceptable for credit, CSU. 230D 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable who have been given permission from the chair of the to interview program. broadcasting department for the internship allowed may be Transfer: CSU. Transfer: broadcasting broadcasting department may be allowed to interview for the - intern ship program. Prerequisite: BCST 225A or BCST 225B and approval of station management BCST 225A or BCST 225B and approval Prerequisite: Provides practical supervised work experience as a regular staffMember in a local cable television station or facility. other Includes broadcast planning, media scheduling, production talent coordination, production duties and other responsibilities as assigned. Acceptable for credit, CSU. O who have been given permission from the chair of the to interview program. broadcasting department for the internship may be allowed 230C 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: BCST 225B and approval of the station management BCST 225B and approval Prerequisite: practical supervised work experience Provides as a staffregular member in a local area television station or other broadcast media production facil- Includes ity. field shooting, videotape editing, field sound operation, and CSU. credit, for Acceptable responsibilities. assigned other 230B arrangement per week 9.0 hours laboratory by Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: BCST 225A and approval of station management of station 225A and approval BCST Prerequisite: practical supervised work experience Provides as a staffregular member in department production the in work Includes station. television area local a of a television station helping to prepare for and operate equipment dur- directing, floor operation, camera studio include may which newscasts ing teleprompter operation, and other assigned responsibilities. credit, CSU. Acceptable chair of the broadcasting department may be to allowed interview for program. the internship (Formerly BCST 30C) (Formerly BCST 30D) (Formerly BCST 93) (Formerly (Formerly BCST 47) (Formerly (Formerly BCST 30B) (Formerly Courses Courses (4.0) (1.0) (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 113

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS GEOGRAPHY FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEUR SIMULATION ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTING 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. domestic how and foreign trade Presents policy is established and discuss- es its impact on companies conducting international trade. Covers trade econom- monetaryand global determinants systems, political agreements, worldwide. trade market ic policies which facilitate or impede free Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 260 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 245. Advisory: BUS Provides an understanding of the cultural dimensions and market forces necessary to conduct business in a global environment. Examines ethno- centric models of cultural values and behavior and explores cross-cultural and Europe, East, Middle Africa, America, Latin Asia, between differences the United States in order to develop appropriate strategies business in a transnational setting. to adaptation Introduces skills to success- conduct fully deal abroad and identifies the major components of national culture impacting the development and growth of business products and services in the international marketplace. CSU. Transfer: 162 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Survey of the characteristics and issues that America, Africa, the East, Middle Asia Rim.and Course- the intro Pacific help define Europe, Latin duces the topics of natural resource allocation, population patterns, eco- nomic variables, political institutions and regional cultural characteristics pertaining to consumers and they how act in the business environment in regions of the world. different 164 249 per week 4.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 123SI. or MATH 123 for ENGL 156 and MATH Advisory: Eligibility Introduces students to the concepts, techniques and requirements for es- business. tablishing a CSU. Transfer: 250 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI. 123 or MATH 156 and MATH for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Introduces students to the use of a simulation in making decisions affect- of a business. ing the success/failure CSU. Transfer: 251 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Provides a condensed and general accounting background dealing basic with accounting practices and procedures. Introduces necessary dures for - proce “service” as well as “service-trading” businesses and payroll ac- counting. Not open to students with credit in or enrolled in BUS 201A 201B. or BUS (Formerly BUS 49) BUS (Formerly 50) BUS (Formerly 51) BUS (Formerly 60) BUS (Formerly 62) BUS (Formerly 64) BUS (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT INDEPENDENT STUDIES: BUSINESS RETAIL MERCHANDISING RETAIL INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MARKETING SALES Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Discusses system. enterprise free the in businesses small of role the Presents numerous aspects of small Provides business techniques ownership in and strategic entrepreneurship. planning, business operations for managers of small firms. marketing, and controlling Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 248 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience direction the under business of topic selected a in student individual an by of an instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 247 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A and MATH 123 or MATH 123SI. 123 or MATH for ENGL 201A and MATH Advisory: Eligibility Introduces students to the methods and techniques of retail distribution of merchandise, with special emphasis on buying, selling and promotion store. in the retail processes 246 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the field of business and business economics.Includes func- tions, characteristics, organization, operation, and general business. Surveys the various fields problems of business management, distribution, of selling, finance, and production. records, 245 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Introduces fundamentals of product planning, pricing, distribution and promotion of goods, services and non-profits; marketresearch, consumer the industrial market. international business, and behavior, Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 243 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility principles, Presents purposes, and practices of personal selling and its im- enterprise economic system. portance to an organization and to a free 241 per week 3.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable layout, ethics; in layout, and and the evaluation other involved creation problems required.) artistic ability advertising.(No of effective CSU. Transfer: (Formerly BUS 45) BUS (Formerly 46) BUS (Formerly 48) BUS (Formerly (Formerly BUS 41) BUS (Formerly 43) BUS (Formerly 47) BUS (Formerly (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta CUSTOMER SERVICE CUSTOMER DECISION MAKING & PROBLEM SOLVING TIME MANAGEMENT EFFECTIVE LABOR RELATIONS MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION & ETHICS VALUES THE WORKPLACE IN ATTITUDE STRESS MANAGEMENT 174 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Discusses the process of management and how to supervise employees in business today’s climate. The behavioral aspects of managinghuman re- world-class of practices current the on focus a with emphasized are sources companies. CSU. Transfer: 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Acquaints the student with various skills the supervisor needs to help em- to manage it. and how of stress is the recognition Included ployees. 178 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the student to decision supervisor. making and problem solving as a 179 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the student to time management principles and specific tools that assist in making maximum use of time. 180 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides students with an understanding of the elements of an effective labor relations program will for workforce. Topics include today’s under- standing principal labor legislation, ways to respond to legal approach. basic labor relations to develop and how challenges 283 4.5 hours lecture per week 4.5 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Provides the student with certain key skills and attitudes in order to ef- fectively meet the needs of customers. The student will be introduced to the concept of internal and external customers, customer satisfaction and customer retention. 175 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Acquaints the student with the importance of values workplace. The and importance ethics ofvalues in and ethics the involved in the supervi - carrying will be emphasized. out his/her duties sor’s 176 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable the Provides student with certain key skills in the area of attitude so that they may effectively maintain a positive attitude at the workplace and at home. Concepts of how attitudes are communicated, the three types attitude will be presented. of to adjust one’s attitudes and how 177 (Formerly BUS 74) BUS (Formerly (Formerly BUS 75) BUS (Formerly 76) BUS (Formerly 77) BUS (Formerly 78) BUS (Formerly 79) BUS (Formerly 80) BUS (Formerly 83) BUS (Formerly (0.5) (3.0) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (2.0) (2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

CONFLICT RESOLUTION COMMUNICATING WITH PEOPLE COMMUNICATING TEAM BUILDING DEALING WITH CHANGE INTERNATIONAL MARKETING INTERNATIONAL ISO 9000/TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT ISO 9000/TOTAL EXPORTING AND IMPORTING BASICS OF

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY ORGANIC CHEMISTRY ASSISTED LEARNING CHEMISTRY FACILITATOR SEMINAR INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY WITH FACILITATOR ASSISTED ASSISTED WITH FACILITATOR CHEMISTRY INTRODUCTORY LEARNING ORGANIC/BIOCHEMISTRY INTRODUCTORY 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Develops interpersonal skills, understanding of the learning process, and students to facilitate in their Seminar prepares as aeffectiveness facilitator. subject area. CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of one course between CHEM 211 of one course between UC, maximum credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: and CHEM 212A). 212A laboratory) 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable of C or better CHEM 201B with a grade Prerequisite: Presents the first semester of a one-year course in organic The chemistry. structure and physical properties of the aliphatic, alicyclic and aromatic compounds are correlated with attention to nomenclature and reaction mechanisms. The concepts of stereochemistry, nucleophilic substitution, electrophilic addition and spectroscopy will be introduced. In the labora- will be performed. separation techniques and synthesis reactions tory, CHEM 211 of one course between UC, maximum credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: and CHEM 212A). 212B 9.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable of C or better a grade CHEM 212A with Prerequisite: Presents the second semester of a one-year course in organic The studyreaction of types and mechanisms will bechemistry. with correlated struc- tures. In addition, carbohydrates, fats, proteins and nucleic acids will be studied in conjunction with certain cellular processes. Organic synthesis, materials will be studied. and literature structural features, CSU; UC. Transfer: 243 Presents an introduction to chemistry an introduction and chemical laboratory techniques Presents and methods, including a survey of important chemical principles, a de- compounds. the elements, and their scription of if taken after CHEM 201A). UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 10FL lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) hours per week: (3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH ATH Prerequisite: to chemistry an introduction and chemical laboratory techniques Presents and methods, including a survey of important chemical principles and a description of the elements and their compounds. One lab hour per week solving. problem Assisted Learning to practice Facilitator will utilize if taken after CHEM 201A). UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 211 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CHEM 210 or equivalent Prerequisite: a semester Presents course of Theorganic classification, and biochemistry. structure, reactions, bioenergetics, biosynthesis, and chemical communi- cation of organic compounds are studied. In the laboratory, techniques studied. are and types of reactions (Formerly CHEM 10FAL) (Formerly CHEM 11) (Formerly CHEM 12A) (Formerly CHEM 12B) (Formerly CHEM 43) (Formerly (4.0) (5.0) (5.0) (3.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Y CSU. CHEMISTRY INTRODUCTORY GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY RELATIONS WORKPLACE HUMAN HUMAN RELATIONS BUSINESS SPECIAL TOPIC CHEMISTR Cuesta College Cuesta Prerequisite: MATH 123, MATH 123SI or equivalent, with a grade of C or better with a grade 123SI or equivalent, 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: 210 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: CHEM 201A with a grade of C or better a grade CHEM 201A with Prerequisite: A continuation of Chemistry 201A with particular reference to the peri- odic classification of the elements and the laws of chemical equilibrium as illustrated by will covered the in- qualitative scheme of Topics analysis. clude chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, aqueous equilibria, free energy entropy, electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, nuclear and organic chemistry. Laboratory work will include quantitative work as qualitative scheme well of analysis for as cations and anions and a some computer acquisition and analysis of data. 201B 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Presents Presents the first semester of a one-year course in the fundamental prin- include kinetic-molecular treatment of covered Topics ciples of chemistry. gases, atomic structure and the periodic law, thermochemistry, chemical bonding, correlation of structure with properties, quantitative ships - relation in chemical reactions, chemical formulas and equations. Laboratory work includes a study of precision and gravimetric and accuracy, volumetric analysis, standard and some methods computer acquisition and of analysis of data. 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable of C or with a grade 127SI or its equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: of C or School Chemistry with a grade better and CHEM 210, High or equivalent better 201A Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility chang- and identifying attitudes, personal forming of process the Discusses - relation interpersonal of aspects behavioral the attitudes, personal our ing ship and self-esteem are studied. Personal communication skills concepts are discussed. Cultural diversity awareness and increased team explored. building skills are 196 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline- of fering this course. Transfer: Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces students to the basic principles of how to manage employees in various organizational settings such as business, government and service sector. the 286 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 193 (Formerly CHEM 10) (Formerly (Formerly CHEM 1A) (Formerly CHEM 1B) (Formerly (Formerly BUS 86) BUS (Formerly 96) BUS (Formerly (Formerly BUS 93) BUS (Formerly (2.0) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (4.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS VOICE RECOGNITION SOFTWARE WITH DOCUMENT VOICE RECOGNITION SOFTWARE APPLICATION BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS SPEED AND ACCURACY COMPUTER KEYBOARDING ACCURACY COMPUTER SPEED AND BUSINESS ENGLISH BUSINESS CALCULATIONS Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 128 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Provides students with a functional knowledge of the computer numeric keypad by touch with speed and accuracy using data industry entry. Includes standards solving for various types of problems to meet ment testing standards. - employ 126 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in software place voice-recognition of the computer - Uses to keyboard cre and procedures dictation Covers Internet. the navigate and documents ate voice commands to input text, access program menus, and activate key- board commands. Uses voice dictation to create e-mail messages, memo- randums, letters, and other business documents. Reviews capitalization, number usage, and word usage punctuation, principles in the context of voice. business documents by creating 227 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123 CAOA Prerequisite: of forms all to applicable techniques and principles the of study a Presents effective business communication. Covers general areas of grammar me- chanics and sentence structure. Emphasis is on memorandums, routine e-mail, request letters, positive response letters, respondence, negative persuasive response communication, and cor- goodwill and special mes- sages. Includes informal and formal reports, proposals, resumes and cover messages. letters, and follow-up Designed Designed for all students whose keyboarding skill will be or primary secondary to and/ their vocation and/or personal use. Provides the primary purposes of building speed and accuracy and arranging letters, format. in proper business forms and tables reports, memos, 120S hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable per minute or successful completion of CAOA to type 20 words Ability Prerequisite: 120A. skills Increases in Emphasizes keyboarding ba- typing speed and accuracy. drills. and corrective keystoking analysis sics through 123 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Provides an essential course in the writing of sentences necessary to and prepare business paragraphs communications including email messages, memos, letters, and short reports. Introduces principles and punc- structure, language usage, correct word style, grammar, - ap English of plication tuation and sentence construction. 125 (Formerly CAOA 20S) CAOA (Formerly 23) CAOA (Formerly 25) CAOA (Formerly 26) CAOA (Formerly 27) CAOA (Formerly 28) CAOA (Formerly (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND INTERMEDIATE DOCUMENT PROCESSING BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT CITIZENSHIP SPECIAL TOPIC HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY SPECIAL TOPIC CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: FACILITATOR ASSISTED LEARNING PRACTICUM: PRACTICUM: LEARNING ASSISTED FACILITATOR CHEMISTRY

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ESSENTIALS OF MS PUBLISHER ESSENTIALS OF MS OUTLOOK TEST PREP FOR MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALIST (MOS) CERTIFICATION BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING MODULE III BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING USING QUICKBOOKS COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING PRO or the basic knowledge of the word processing program processing the word of or the basic knowledge Advisory: ENGL 156. 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides students with the opportunity Access or Outlook.) PowerPoint, to Excel, (Word, officeMicrosoft programs become a Specialist in the Includes unlimited review and practice tests along with test-taking strate- gies. Upon completion of class, student will be prepared certification exams. to take MOS Provides students familiar with accounting concepts the knowledge, skills, knowledge, the concepts accounting with familiar students Provides and practice needed to use microcomputers for accounting applications. managing inputting and electronically Includes general journal, specialized journals, financial statement analysis, payroll, accounts inventory, receivable, accounts payable, depreciation, and other accounting applications. Provides training for entry-level computerized bookkeepers, small business owners, and students pursuing counting courses. further ac- CSU. Transfer: 153 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the basics of desktop publishing using Provides MS Publisher. an opportunity for the student to use graphic design and layouts to en- hance messages with predefined layouts, programmed guidance through the creation process; and, the ability to personalize, change, completely basics. from re-design 154 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 266. Advisory: CAOA Introduces the computer user to an electronic desktop information man- and view, create, to which from location central a system; (DIM) agement journal tasks, organizational Simplifies information. computer all organize entries, works with Web addresses by allowing the storage, management sites. and navigation to web 156 Introduces Introduces special features of the word processing program. Includes for- matting, tabs, merging, multiple page documents, headers and replace. and endnotes, and find footnotes and footers, CSU. Transfer: 251C hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable 251A per minute and CAOA 120B or ability to type 35 words CAOA Prerequisite: program processing of the word or the basic knowledge Advisory: 156. ENGL Introduces special features of the creating tables, columns, word framing and borders, processing or WordArt and TextArt, program. Includes draw programs. CSU. Transfer: 252 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 251. or BUS 201A Advisory: BUS (Formerly CAOA 51C) CAOA (Formerly 52) CAOA (Formerly 53) CAOA (Formerly 54) CAOA (Formerly 56) CAOA (Formerly (1.0) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING MODULE II BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING MODULE I ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING: MICROSOFT WORD WORD PROCESSING: ADVANCED INDEPENDENT STUDIES: COMPUTER ADMIN. APPLICATIONS/OFFICE BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING MICROSOFT WORD BEGINNING WORD PROCESSING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/OFFICE ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/OFFICE INTERNSHIP Cuesta College Cuesta Prerequisite: CAOA 120B or ability to type 35 words per minute and CAOA 251A per minute and CAOA 120B or ability to type 35 words CAOA Prerequisite: 251B 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: CAOA 120B or ability to type 35 words per minute 120B or ability to type 35 words CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces basic operations and components of a microcomputer and the word processing program. Includes text entry, editing, formatting, spell checking, and printing functions. 251A 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: CAOA 246 CAOA Prerequisite: Microsoft Emphasizes processing. word of operations advanced Introduces Word’s macros, hyphenation, bookmarks, borders, clip art, home Wide gram, Equation Draw Web, World WordArt, pages, Editor, hyper- - pro links, tables, charts, columns, styles, sort and select, outlines, fill-in form templates, table of contents, and index features. 250 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of of an instructor. Computer Administration under the direction Office Applications/ 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. 147 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Ability to type 35 words per minute to type 35 words Ability Prerequisite: Introduces basic operations and components of a microcomputer and the Microsoft Word word processing program. Includes text entry, format- ting, locating, editing, printing, fonts, writing tools, tabs, merging, head- ers/footers, and footnotes/endnotes. 246 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in CAOA 128 in CAOA enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Provides students an opportunity to experience the responsibilities of an in a business setting. office employee 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 Associate Degree Applicable 129 Prerequisite: Ability to type 25 words per minute. 25 words to type Ability Prerequisite: practices, principles, responsibilities; and routines office typical Introduces and terminology as applied to most common forms; record filing keeping; office automation; methods; communication and business bank ser- telecommunications; human relations; procedures; vices; telephone processes. and job securing (Formerly CAOA 51B) CAOA (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 50) CAOA (Formerly 51A) CAOA (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 29) CAOA (Formerly 46) CAOA (Formerly 47) CAOA (Formerly (1.0) (3.0) (1.5) (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta MANAGEMENT- INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MODULE I INTRODUCTION TO WEB PUBLISHING: DREAMWEAVER WEB PUBLISHING: DREAMWEAVER INTERMEDIATE POWERPOINT BUSINESS INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP: APPLICATIONS PHOTOSHOP-LEVEL 2: BUSINESS APPLICATIONS Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 270A 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable per minute 120A or ability to type 25 words 162, CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 268 CAOA Prerequisite: Continues the 268 techniques introduced to CAOA enhance fliers, news- letters, presentations, and web pages in an office environment. Learn to create and produce high-quality digital images publications. for use in professional 269 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable per minute and 120A or ability to type 25 words 162 OR CAOA Advisory: CAOA 268. 207 and CAOA manage personal computer files. LIBT web Includes Deamweaver. Macromedia using publishing Web Introduces design terms, techniques and publishing issues; use of Dreamwever soft- ware creation, for editing Website and publishing; and the use of graphic publishing. Web to image editing techniques in relation CSU. Transfer: 270 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 269 or equivalent. CAOA Prerequisite: 207. 264; LIBT 268; CAOA Advisory: CAOA Presents features of Dreamweaver used as a medium to plan and update simple database driven websites. The student will become familiarthis with application’s interactive form elements, implement recordsets, use various server and and data behaviors for back-end programming models. Students will create e-commerce and e-marketing websites dedicated to business enterprises. 167 per week 1.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree per minute words or ability to type 25 120A 162, CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the functions of the program, PowerPoint enabling the - pro duction of high-quality output for presentation to an audience. Includes presentations. web delivering 268 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable per minute. words 120A or ability to type 25 162, CAOA Advisory: CAOA Presents the basic components of image editing using Adobe Photoshop including color management, Concentrates on the image Photoshop environment and the formats, use of layers, selections, masks, channels, and paths, type, painting tools, blending modes, and image creation. filters.Projects include compositing,retouching, and creating images for publishing. and web both the print process CSU. Transfer: 168A (Formerly CAOA 67) CAOA (Formerly 68) CAOA (Formerly 68A) CAOA (Formerly 69) CAOA (Formerly 70) CAOA (Formerly 70A) CAOA (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER BASICS ADOBE INDESIGN: BUSINESS APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE INTRODUCTION TO BEGINNING COMPUTER INTRODUCTION TO BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS OPERATIONS MICROCOMPUTER

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 DREAMWEAVER 4 WEB PUBLISHING DREAMWEAVER PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/OFFICE ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/OFFICE SPECIAL TOPIC OFFICE PROCEDURES I LAW INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS-MODULE III TO SPREADSHEETS-MODULE INTRODUCTION PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS ADOBE ACROBAT 193O 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193P 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents primary instruction in the use of pro- Office Microsoft from: files PDF Adobe Adobe create to how learn Students Acrobat Professional. grams, popular authoring programs, image files and Web pages.dition, students In ad- will learn reviewing and commenting on existing files; PDF customizing output qualityby compressing andreducing file sizes; adding signatures and security to documents, converting paper forms to interactive online forms; creating multi-media presentations that include create to Designer Cycle Live Adobe using teaches also Course files. sound scratch. forms from interactive 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193A laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable per minute. ability to type 35 words ENGL 156 and Prerequisite: This course includes information concerning the general operations of a law office, introduces the terminology andprocedures used in non-litiga- tion matters, and helps with understanding the processes and paperwork in litigation. involved 193L 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 271C 2.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.5 hours lecture, 4.5 hours per Applicable Associate Degree or ability to type 25 120A 162, CAOA 271B and CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: per minute 156. ENGL words nam- Includes program. spreadsheet basics of an electronic the Introduces - enhanc and templates, using embedding, and linking ranges, and cells ing ing the worksheet. CSU. Transfer: 172 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable Presents image-editing basics for amateur photographers and photo hob- tools and features for users byists. to Provides touch up and enhance - pho tos from digital cameras or scanners; create original images brushes, with textures paint- and special effects; merge photos into panoramas; and other image editing tasks. 173 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly CAOA 71C) CAOA (Formerly 72) CAOA (Formerly 73) CAOA (Formerly 93A) CAOA (Formerly 93L) CAOA (Formerly 93O) CAOA (Formerly 93P) CAOA (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 93) CAOA (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS-MODULE II INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS-MODULE I INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS-MODULE USING FLASH FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MODULE III INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT TO DATABASE INTRODUCTION MODULE II Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: CAOA 271A and CAOA 162, CAOA 120A or ability to type 25 162, CAOA 271A and CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: per minute words Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces the basics of an electronic spreadsheet program. Includes for- matting, page set-up, and printing tips and techniques. Learn chartslists and built-in functions. and use and macros, to create 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 271B Prerequisite: CAOA 162, CAOA 120A or ability to type 25 words per minute 120A or ability to type 25 words 162, CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. hands- Provides program. spreadsheet electronic an of basics the Introduces multiple workbooks. formulas and to manipulate on experience to create 271A 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: CAOA 120A, CAOA 162 or CAOA 266 or LIBT1 116, ART 265, or 116, ART 266 or LIBT1 162 or CAOA 120A, CAOA Advisory: CAOA knowledge. equivalent Introduces the basics of maintaining Learn to maintain an engaging interface content using text, graphics, moving pic- for interactive websites. tures, and sound for enhancing business, marketing or personal e-com- websites. merce 271 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Introduces Introduces the basics of database relationships, management. create a Create main form many-to-many and subform, use cascade cascade update delete, and create parameter query, use aggregate functions, and use macros. 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 120 or ability to type 25 words 162, CAOA and CAOA 270B CAOA Prerequisite: per minute Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 270C - cre reports, various Create management. database of basics the Introduces ate and modify select queries, and implement one-to-many relationships within a database. 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable 120 or ability to type 25 works 162, CAOA 270A and CAOA CAOA Prerequisite: per minute Advisory: 156. ENGL 270B Introduces the Introduces basics of database management. Includes creating and ma- custom forms. and modifying database file, and creating nipulating a CSU. Transfer: (Formerly CAOA 71) CAOA (Formerly 71A) CAOA (Formerly 71B) CAOA (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 70B) CAOA (Formerly 70C) CAOA (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE I FUNDAMENTALS “C” PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING - C++ C# .NET PROGRAMMING BEGINNING COBOL PROGRAMMING COBOL PROGRAMMING BEGINNING BEGINNING BASIC PROGRAMMING niques for analyzing problems and devising algorithms for the computer elementary the use of requiring problems solution of concepts. algebraic Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 231 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the fundamentals of an engineering approach to software - devel opment. Includes techniques for problem analysis and software implementation design, and verification. Includes algorithmic problem solv- 217 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents a course in programming computers using the ANSI “C” gramming - pro language. Includes techniques for analyzing problems and de- vising algorithms for the computer solution of the problems requiring use of elementary concepts. algebraic CSU; UC. Transfer: 219 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable This course presents the fundamental conceptsgramming of using object oriented the C++ pro- language. The course includes problem analysis techniquesand software design with for algorithmic problem solutions using basic procedural constructs. The course includes an introduction to design. to software and their relation simple data structures CSU; UC. Transfer: 218 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: CIS 217,or CIS 219,or CIS 231,or CIS 214. Presents the fundamentals of the C# programming language and - appli cation development in environment. the Concepts “DOT-NET” include basic C# language syntax and structure, object-oriented design and - pro gramming, event handling, user interfaces, elementary and database connectivity. data structures, Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 212 1.0 hours laboratory) week: (3.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents an introduction to programming computers programming using language. Includes techniques the for analyzing Cobol problems and devising algorithms for the computer solution of problems requiring the use of elementary algebraic concepts. CSU. Transfer: 213 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents an introduction to structured programming using the QUICK BASIC programming language. Includes techniques for analyzing - prob lems and devising algorithms for the computer solution of problems - re quiring the use of elementary algebraic concepts. CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly CIS 12) CIS (Formerly CIS 17) (Formerly CIS 19) (Formerly CIS 21) (Formerly CIS 31) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 14) (Formerly (2.5) (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) (4.0) (0.0) (0.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

FORTRAN FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO BEGINNING COMPUTER INTRODUCTION TO BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING SPEED AND ACCURACY COMPUTER KEYBOARDING INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT INTERMEDIATE PROCESSING BEGINNING COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT AND DOCUMENT COMPUTER KEYBOARDING BEGINNING PROCESSING

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TEMS ION SYS COMPUTER INFORMAT Presents the Fortran language for programming computers. Includes tech- Includes computers. programming for language Fortran the Presents 4.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 2.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 265A or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 211 Introduces Introduces computer terminology, relationship between software, hardware computer and operating systems and application software word such processing, spreadsheet, as database management programs, Web fea- application programs. and linking between tures, 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A ENGL 156 or eligibility Prerequisite: per minute. 162 or ability to type 25 words 120A, CAOA Advisory: CAOA Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces students to the Computer Science discipline. Problem solving and using computers to solve problems. Introduction to computer - pro field. of the career gramming and algorithmic thinking. Survey 201 562 laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Introduces typing fundamentals, machine functions, keyboard use, and speed and accuracy drills. Designed to develop a minimum typing speed a minute. of 20 words Increases skills Increases in Emphasizes keyboarding ba- typing speed and accuracy. drills. analysis and corrective keystroking sics through 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours per minute or successful completion of CAOA to type 20 words Advisory: Ability 120A. 520S Designed Designed for all students whose keyboarding skill will be or primary secondary to and/ their vocation and/or personal use. Provides the primary purposes of building speed and accuracy and arranging letters, format. and tables in proper business forms reports, memos, 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 120A, CAOA or CAOA 251C 251B and CAOA 251A, CAOA Advisory: CAOA per minute. ability to type 30 words 246 or 520A, CAOA 520B 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Advisory: ENGL 156. Designed for all students whose keyboarding skill will be or primary and/ secondary to their vocation and/or keyboarding for skills by personal touch, using use. a microcomputer Provides with basic a 10-key pad. basic formatting instructions reports. for letters, tables, and Includes 520A (Formerly CIS 11) (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 520S) CAOA (Formerly 562) CAOA (Formerly CIS 1) (Formerly CIS 10) (Formerly (Formerly CAOA 520A) CAOA (Formerly 520B) CAOA (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (0.5) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (0.5) (4.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 121

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING FOR THE FUNDAMENTALS INTERNET CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY SEMESTER I CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY SEMESTER INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET AND PROGRAMMING II CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY SEMESTER CERTIFICATION TEST PREP FOR INDUSTRY SERVER-SIDE PROGRAMMING FRONTPAGE TO WEB PUBLISHING: INTRODUCTION SYSTEMS SPECIAL COMPUTER INFORMATION TOPIC SPECIAL TOPIC: SCIENCE COMPUTER & INFORMATION POWERPOINT laboratory by arrangement Advisory: CIS 103 or 201. server-a using applications internet interactive of creation the Emphasizes include core side features Topics of language. the language, control struc- database- and expressions, regular validation, form arrays, functions, tures, internet applications. driven 103 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 0.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable - pro PowerPoint the of functions the to student the introduces course This gram, enabling them to produce high-quality output for presentation to 93B. as OAT an audience. Same 193C laboratory) 32.0 hours per week: (24.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 193D laboratory) 12.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 9.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 193E laboratory) 32.0 hours per week: (24.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 193F 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 106 12.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory), 6.0 Associate Degree Applicable hours Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of computer and information instructor. of an the direction science under CSU. Transfer: 251 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 210. CIS Overview of the fundamentals of web publishing. This an course provides understanding of web publishing issues and the internet as well as a thor- FrontPage. of Microsoft knowledge ough working CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193A (Formerly CIS 51) CIS (Formerly CIS 93A) (Formerly CIS 93C) (Formerly CIS 93D) (Formerly CIS 93E) (Formerly CIS 93F) (Formerly CIS 106) (Formerly CIS 118) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 93) (Formerly (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (2.0 to 0.5) INDEPENDENT STUDIES: COMPUTER & INFORMATIONAL INDEPENDENT STUDIES: COMPUTER & INFORMATIONAL SCIENCE DISCRETE STRUCTURES MICROCOMPUTER ARCHITECTURE & PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE III OF COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE II OF COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Cuesta College Cuesta 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 Prerequisite: MATH 229 and MATH 242 or Math 263 or High School equivalent 263 or High 242 or Math 229 and MATH MATH Prerequisite: Introduction to structures of computer science: numbers, sets, relations, logic, predicate and propositional includes course This trees. and functions applications of predicate logic: preconditions, postconditions, invariants, of applications to verification proofs; inductive guards; to complexity of algorithms. algorithms; introduction 241 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: CIS 217 or CIS 231 Prerequisite: 124A and ENGR 219. Advisory: MATH Presents basic microprocessor concepts including internal memory, addressing, and architecture, control through the use of assembly language. Students will write a variety of assembly language programs to logic perform functions and high speed hardware control operations. The use of be explored. assemblers, linkers, and debugging tools will 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, both CIS 232 and 233 must be completed in order to 233 must be completed in order UC, both CIS 232 and (For CSU; UC Transfer: units). transfer receive 240 Introduces Introduces advanced concepts including: theory, generic implementation, programming applications, and analysis of itera- associated recursion, graphs, and trees, tables, hash queues, algorithms stacks, lists, cluding in- and sortingtion, searching, algorithms and analysis. 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable CIS 232 Prerequisite: CIS 241 Co-requisite: 233 Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, both CIS 232 and 233 must be completed in order to order UC, both CIS 232 and 233 must be completed in CSU; UC (For Transfer: units). transfer receive Continues the fundamentals of algorithmic problem solving and applica- tions in the engineering of modern computer software using procedural and object-based methods and object oriented programming languages. Presents the principles of abstract data types, including the specification and implementation of simple abstractions such as tables, stacks, queues and lists. Includes basic searching and sorting algorithms and introduces and recursion. the analysis of algorithms 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable CIS 231 Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 232 ing using basic procedural constructs and solving lems computational - prob requiring an understanding Introduction to of object oriented intermediate programs, graphical user algebraic interfaces engineering. and software concepts. (Formerly CIS 33) (Formerly CIS 40) (Formerly CIS 41) (Formerly CIS 47) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 32) (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (4.0) (3.0) (2.0) Cuesta College Cuesta WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATION NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION TO LINUX INTRODUCTION MICROCOMPUTER PERIPHERALS SYSTEMS CONCEPTS NETWORK OPERATING nication, resource scheduling, information sharing and using the Windows protection. operating system By as our principle example, students are prepared to take the Microsoft CertifiedProfessional (MCP)Exam: Windows. Administering Configuring, and Installing, 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 253. Advisory: ETCH and current in experience laboratory and classroom with students Provides emerging networking technology. Topics include network terminology and protocols, the networking TCP/IP OSI models, and network topolo- and (LAN’s) networks area local techniques, control access media and gies internetworking devices (repeaters, hubs, switches, and routers). Special attention is paid to LAN configuration and operation, media types, and schemes. IP addressing CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 253 or equivalent ETCH Prerequisite: Advisory: CIS 260. Presents the concepts and provides the hands-on training necessarythe installation, configuration, and maintenance of a network based com- for puter operating system. Subjects covered include client operating system installation and configuration, networkresource location and access us- ing directory services, managing the configuration database (registry), file net- TCP/IP and protocols systems and applications support. Networking servicesworking examined, topics, are along during with exten- the above on a laboratory hands-on exercises network. sive 128 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 253 ETCH Prerequisite: Advisory: CIS 221. Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to perform configuration and network administration tasks for server a typical business network us- configuring include: will Topics system. operating Server Windows the ing network resources, and Active Directory services, server performance op- timization, backup strategies, auditing and monitoring network resources and events. 260 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 122 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 253. Advisory: ETCH Presents detailed coverage of operating system concepts and provides the hands-on training necessary for the installation, configuration, and main- tenance of the Linux operating system. Subjects covered include file sys- tem management and applications support, print server administration, TCP/IP and protocols networking groups, user and accounts user creating services,networking system backup and troubleshooting. 123 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Present the fundamentals of computer peripheral devices. Students will learn how to install and troubleshoot various internal and external com- puter system components. 126 (Formerly CIS 122) (Formerly CIS 123) (Formerly CIS 126) (Formerly CIS 128) (Formerly CIS 130) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Presents the fundamental structure and functions of ing computer systems: operat- file systems, memory management, interprocess commu- 221 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Presents concepts of computer programming analy- problem for using techniques Includes language. programming computer an object-oriented sis, software design, implementation, and verification with particularref- languages. to object-oriented programming erence 117 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable language. Advisory: CIS 214 or beginning programming Introduces Visual Basic as a tool for creating interactive web linking pages and to business applications. Topics from elementary programming techniques to more advanced subjects such as will be covered. Objects Data Active Active Server Pages and Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 115 Prerequisite: MATH 123, MATH 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Introduces programming skills necessary to create Microsoft Visual Basic desktop applications. Instructs how to build custom, multiple-form ap- Includes toolbars. custom and bars, status menus, incorporating plications writing code for input fieldvalidation and debug applications using de- bugging tools. Uses standard controls, control arrays, and create controls dynamically. Implements centralized error-handling in applications and to distribute applications. setup programs creates 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 214 Presents Presents the fundamentals of troubleshooting and software. The repair course includes of communication computer strategies and techniques for the diagnosis and repair of malfunctioning computer platforms. applications Includes the use on of diagnostic tools various and vendor ser- vices. Intended for students completing an Associate in Science degree in program. Technician Computer Systems 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 112 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable Presents the fundamentals of computer software installation and mainte- various on applications computer installing for techniques Includes nance. computer platforms. Students will learn how to install and upgrade per- sonal computer software. 111 Presents Presents concepts of writing computer programs for use on the Internet. Includes techniques for problem analysis, tation, software design, and implemen- verificationprogramming. with particular referenceto object-oriented (Formerly CIS 121) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 114) (Formerly CIS 115) (Formerly CIS 117) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 111) (Formerly CIS 112) (Formerly Courses Courses (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 123

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION BASIC WOODWORKING MACHINE WOODWORKING/FURNITURE CABINET MAKING/32 MM EUROPEAN CONSTRUCTION WEB SITE ADMINISTRATION CONSTRUCTION INDEPENDENT STUDIES: TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 255 CTCH Prerequisite: Introduces European 32mm production methods as used in cabinetmak- 250 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Presents the use and application of construction processes and materials for residential, commercial, heavy and highway construction. top- Covers ics such as elements of city planning, contracting, designing, construction real estate principles. finance, and CSU. Transfer: 255 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents the application of power and hand tools to the mill and cabinet trade. Examines types of woods, both hard and soft. Deals with methods of fastening and types of fasteners and joints. Emphasizes general lathe. and shaper power sander, press, drill planer, jointer, saw, table as such tools covered. capabilities and techniques are Safety, CSU. Transfer: 156 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 255 CTCH Prerequisite: Presents the design, study, and development of practical applications for basic furniture cabinet, table, and chair construction basic and carcase, frame, face partitions, Includes as industry. products wood utilized by the door and drawer construction used in the furniture Covers industry. op- eration of woodworking machines, tools and processes, techniques, and and suitability of tools and machines. care 157 143 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 128 or equivalent CIS Prerequisite: Provides a solid understanding of what is going on behind the scenes of Site structure, Site. Coursework performance emphasizes Web fac- a Web script- and techniques, programming basic maintenance, Server Web tors, ing languages. Security issues such as daemons, auditing, IP spoofing and sniffing,firewalls, encryption,Java CGI security, security and viruses are covered. 247 week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the tech- course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: nical field in which the study is to be undertaken an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides individual student in a selected topic in the construction technology area an instructor. from with support and direction CSU. Transfer: (Formerly CIS 143) CIS (Formerly CTECH 50) (Formerly CTECH 55) (Formerly CTECH 56) (Formerly CTECH 57) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 47) (Formerly (2.0) (4.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION DATABASE COMPUTER SYSTEM SECURITY WIDE AREA NETWORKING ADVANCED ROUTING AND SWITCHING ADVANCED AND TECHNOLOGY ROUTER THEORY Cuesta College Cuesta Provides the knowledge and skills required to install, configure, administer, administer, configure, install, to required skills and knowledge the Provides and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server 2000 client-server database man- include architecture, planning, agement Topics upgrading, system. instal- backup andrestoration oflation, thefile data, management, per- security, formance issues, constructing and using structured query language (SQL) statements, creating/transferring/deleting databases, and managing users. This course prepares students (MCP) for Microsoft the exam Certified Professional #70-228: Edition. SQL Server Enterprise Microsoft Installing, Configuring, and Administering 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 264 CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: CIS 128. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 141 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: CIS 221 or CIS 122. Conducts a comprehensive examination of the types of attacks launched against networks and computer system. network Teaches security products, students operating system how security features, and to other use based tools to counter these threats. hardware/software 235 Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, both CIS 262 and 263 must be completed in order to 263 must be completed in order UC, both CIS 262 and (For CSU; UC Transfer: units).. transfer receive Prerequisite: CIS 262 Prerequisite: Presents concepts and protocols related to Wide Area Network (WAN) management and design. Detailed coverage is devoted to Point Protocol (PPP), the Frame ISDN, Relay, Point-to- DSL, Leased Lines (T1/T3), and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Hierarchical WAN design Study (TCS). tech- Case used in the completion of a Threaded niques are 263 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, both CIS 262 and 263 must be completed in order to 263 must be completed in order UC, both CIS 262 and (For CSU; UC Transfer: units). transfer receive Presents advanced routing concepts such as: the Interior Gateway Routing Routing Gateway Interior the as: such concepts routing advanced Presents Protocol (IGRP), network security Control Lists, and IPX and Novell’s internetworking protocol. It trafficalso covers controlLAN switch configuration using andVirtual technology, LANs, and Access the prin- design. Network ciples of Local Area Associate Degree Applicable CIS 261 Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 62 Prerequisite: CIS 260 CIS Prerequisite: and routing, dynamic configuration, router technology, router on course A routing protocols. Other topics Ring, include and Token Ethernet, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) network architectures, and detailed coverage Control of Transport and Internetworking Protocols (TCP/IP). Students will perform router and sessions, initialization, Telnet network the over ports, console using troubleshooting configuration, testing, and (TFTP) servers. Protocol Transport File Trivial 261 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (3.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly CIS 133) (Formerly CIS 135) (Formerly CIS 141) (Formerly (Formerly CIS 131) CIS (Formerly CIS 132) (Formerly 3.0 hours laboratory) lecture, (3.0 hours 6.0 hours per week: (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (2.0) Cuesta College Cuesta WOODWORKING ADVANCED HOMEBUILDING - FLOOR AND WALL FRAMING I HOMEBUILDING - FLOOR AND WALL FRAMING II HOMEBUILDING - FLOOR AND WALL HOMEBUILDING - ROOF FRAMING I HOMEBUILDING - ROOF FRAMING II HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT AND CONCRETE I AND CONCRETE HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT AND CONCRETE II HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT 170 12.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 173A CTCH Prerequisite: Provides an opportunity to develop speed and skill in framing roof sys- structuraltems, stair systems and specialized systems. Provides instruction to Provides develop speed and skill through repetition and in- creasing responsibility for employment in building layout and construction. concrete 172A laboratory) 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 250. Advisory: CTCH basic Provides instruction in the skills required for employment in build- ing construction. Includes instruction in rough carpentry, floor systems, wall framing, ceiling joists, exterior siding, shear walls, trusses, windows sheathing, and fireplaces. and roof 172B 12.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 172A CTCH Prerequisite: instruction to Provides develop speed and skill through repetition and in- floor carpentryincluding rough in employment for responsibility, creasing systems, wall framing, exterior siding, shear walls, trusses, windows, roof sheathing, and fireplaces. 173A 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 250. Advisory: CTCH Introduces types of roof and stair systems, roofing, structuraldead loads, and specialized systems. estimatinglive and 173B 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 255 CTCH Prerequisite: Introduces advanced wood and cabinet making skills. Examines the types cab- faceframe and European in used composites and plywoods, woods, of inet systems. methods Includes of fastening cabinet joints, cabinet design, techniques. and production 171A hours lecture, 8.0 hours laboratory) 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 Associate Degree Applicable 250. Advisory: CTCH basic Provides instruction in the skills required for employment in build- ing construction. Includes instruction in tool, equipment, and construc - surveying, blueprint tion reading, concrete site formwork, backhoe safety, flatwork. operations, and concrete 171B 12.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 171A CTCH Prerequisite: (Formerly CTECH 70) CTECH (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 71A) (Formerly CTECH 71B) (Formerly CTECH 72A) (Formerly CTECH 72B) (Formerly CTECH 73A) (Formerly CTECH 73B) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) tech- 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Advisory: CTCH 250. Advisory: CTCH Introduces basic residential wiring skills. ory, Includes installation basic techniques, electrical basic the- plan reading, methods. estimating and wiring 169 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Introduces basic residential plumbing theory, installation plumbing theory, basic residential Introduces and estimating methods. niques, plan reading 168 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Provides lecture, demonstrations and Provides training on the installation and uses of brick masonry, veneer fireplaces and and estimating for masonry. blueprint reading cultured stone. Includes basic 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 165. Advisory: CTCH 166 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Introduces basic concrete block masonry skills. sizes and Includes shape, manufacture, installation techniques, basic plan coring. scaffolding, and concrete reading, estimating, 165 Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165 and CTCH 250. Advisory: CTCH ENGL 156 or ENGL 165 and Introduces basic skills in interpreting blueprints used in construction and interpreting requirements of a plan check. Covers architectural working drawings of residential, light construction, a plan check. in an overview of building code provisions Provides and commercial buildings. 164 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the principles and practices of construction management for small for management construction of practices and principles the Presents firms, with emphasis on marketing, cost accounting, job costing,owner- and construction bonding. requirements, legal financing, ship structure, (Formerly CTECH 63) (Formerly 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156 or ENGL 165. ENGL 163 Prerequisite: CTCH 255 CTCH Prerequisite: Presents traditional face frame cabinet construction as applied in - kitch ens and bathrooms. design, Covers layout, and material analysis. Includes hands-on experience in carcase construction, face frames, partitions and construction of doors and drawers. 158 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable ing. Includes European design and space utilization, European machinery, machinery, European utilization, space and design European Includes ing. hardware, and the latest in European systems. Examines the influence of cabinetmaking industry. on the American the 32mm system (Formerly CTECH 69) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 64) (Formerly CTECH 65) (Formerly CTECH 66) (Formerly CTECH 68) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 58) CTECH (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) 125

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 BUILDING CODE II, STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND MATERIAL DESIGN AND MATERIAL CODE II, STRUCTURAL BUILDING PROVISIONS COMMERCIAL WIRING AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS INDUSTRIAL WIRING AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ELECTRICAL NATIONAL UNIFORM PLUMBING AND MECHANICAL CODES 180B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 250 and ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Advisory: CTCH Introduces the use of the an understanding of the plumbing and mechanical codes neces- Promotes Uniform Plumbing and Mechanical Code. sary to the installation of plumbing and systems HVAC and the need to safety in building laws. uniformity and the public through safeguard 183A laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable experience in the electrical field. 169 or 2 years CTCH Prerequisite: planning, Presents construction, and testing of a typical commercial elec- load codes, applicable specifications, and plans including: installation trical circuits, branch bending, and analysis fill conduit sizing, wire calculations, feeders, grounding practices, transient surge suppression, uninterruptible power supply selection and installation techniques. Course developed in conjunction with the California Apprenticeship Council’s standards for CertificationExamination. Electrical the State 183B 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable the electrical field. experience in 169 or 183A or 2 years CTCH Prerequisite: Studies the responsibilities and knowledge required for professional requirements certification state current under working electricians dustrial in- including: the industrial electrical service, power and lighting, feeder bus systems, panel fiberboards, optics and other high bandwidth data cabling systems, harmonics and filtering, hazardous locations, power factor, bal- lasts, transformers, switching systems, grounding and bonding, installa- tion techniques, and applying code requirements to all aspects of indus- trial wiring systems. Course developed in conjunction with the California Apprenticeship Council’s standards for the State Electrical Certification Examination. 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Application of the Building Code, concentrating on basic structural - re quirements for wood, concrete, steel, course and will cover code masonry provisions for site preparation, construction. foundations, - roof The ing, and interior/exterior finish materials. This course is the second ina series of two which will familiarize the student with building code - provi commercial and residential of construction and design the to relating sions relating to the structural requirements structures. The emphasis will be on space. the building and the materials used to create design of the building 181 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable or ENGL 165. 169 and ENGL 156 Advisory: CTCH Introduces the use of the National Electrical Code. Promotes an under- systems such of necessaryinstallation code the electrical to the of standing and the need to safeguard the public through uniformity building laws. and safety in 182 (Formerly CTECH 80B) CTECH (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 81) (Formerly CTECH 82) (Formerly CTECH 83A) (Formerly CTECH 83B) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) BUILDING CODE I, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROVISIONS WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS WATER TREATMENT BASIC WATER BASIC HEATING, REFRIGERATION AND REFRIGERATION BASIC HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING HOMEBUILDING - FINISH CARPENTRY II CARPENTRY HOMEBUILDING - FINISH HOMEBUILDING - FINISH CARPENTRY I - FINISH CARPENTRY HOMEBUILDING Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 250 and eligibility for ENGL 165. Advisory: CTCH Introduction to the Building Code, concentrating on the permit process and fundamental architectural design requirements property to involving proximity construction, of type area, allowable maximum occupan- cies, lines, exiting, fire protection, disabled access, elevators, and construction Thissafety. course is the first in a series of two which will familiarize the construcand - design the to relating provisions code building with student tion of residential and commercial structures. The emphasis which limit or specify the building space to be created. requirements will be on 180A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI. 123 or MATH Advisory: MATH Prepares the student to be an operator for water storage and distribution systems. Provides an understanding of the basic operational and mainte- nance concepts of water distribution systems. Develops the ability to ana- lyze and solve problems such as tastes and odors, corrosion damage, and when they occur. system failures 177 Prepares the student to become a Water Treatment Plant Operator, Grade Grade Plant Operator, Treatment the student to Prepares become Water a 1 or Grade 2. Includes the study of plant operation, treatment, water sources and reservoir management, coagulation mentation, filtration, and disinfection, taste and odor flocculation, control, and corrosion sedi- control. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI. 123 or MATH Advisory: MATH 176 Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Introduces residential gas heating, commercial refrigeration, and - residen tial air conditioning. Includes demonstrations and solving of electrical and mechanical malfunction. systematic problem 175 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Course provides an opportunity to develop speed and skill in doors, installing installing cabinets, installing base, window, closet and wall trim, finish. decks, railings, and interior 12.0 hours laboratory per week 12.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable 174A CTCH Prerequisite: 174B Advisory: CTCH 250. Advisory: CTCH Provides basic instruction in the skills required to install interior and ex- terior doors, cabinet systems, interior and exterior trim, cases, including wainscot, stair decks and railings. Also covers basic millwork moldings. chine use for making special and ma- 174A 8.0 hours laboratory) week: (4.0 hours lecture, 12.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly CTECH 75) (Formerly CTECH 76) (Formerly CTECH 77) (Formerly CTECH 80A) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 74A) CTECH (Formerly CTECH 74B) (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) Cuesta College Cuesta HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT AND CONCRETE I - LAYOUT HOMEBUILDING HOMEBUILDING - ROOF FRAMING I HOMEBUILDING - ROOF FRAMING II I HOMEBUILDING - FINISH CARPENTRY II HOMEBUILDING - FINISH CARPENTRY HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT AND CONCRETE II AND CONCRETE HOMEBUILDING - LAYOUT FRAMING AND WALL HOMEBUILDING - FLOOR FRAMING II HOMEBUILDING - FLOOR AND WALL 571A 12.0 hours laboratory per week 574A. 174A or CTCH Advisory: CTCH Course provides an opportunity to develop speed and skill in doors, installing installing cabinets, installing base, window, closet and wall trim, decks, railings, and interior finish. 12.0 hours laboratory per week 572A or consent of instructor 172A, CTCH CTCH Prerequisite: instruction to Provides develop speed and skill through repetition and in- carpentryin rough for employment responsibility including floor creasing systems, wall framing, exterior siding, shear walls, trusses, windows, roof sheathing, and fireplaces. 573A laboratory) 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours 250. Advisory: CTCH Introduces types of roof and stair systems, roofing, structuraldead loads, and specialized systems. estimatinglive and 573B 12.0 hours laboratory per week 573A or consent of instructor 173A, CTCH CTCH Prerequisite: an Provides opportunity to develop speed and skill and framing roof sys- structuraltems, stair systems and specialized systems. 574A 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours laboratory) 250. Advisory: CTCH Provides basic instruction in the skills required to install interior and ex- terior doors, cabinet systems, interior and exterior trim, cases, including wainscot, stair decks and railings. Also covers basic millwork chine use for making special moldings. and ma- 574B 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours laboratory) week: (4.0 hours lecture, 12.0 hours per 250. Advisory: CTCH basic Provides instruction in the skills required for employment in - build ing construction. Includes instruction in tool, equipment, and construc- surveying, blueprint tion reading, concrete site formwork, backhoe safety, flatwork. operations, and concrete 571B week 12.0 hours laboratory per of instructor 571A or consent CTCH 171A, CTCH Prerequisite: instruction to Provides develop speed and skill through repetition and in- creasing responsibility for employment in building layout and construction. concrete 572A laboratory) 12.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 8.0 hours 250. Advisory: CTCH basic Provides instruction in the skills required for employment in build- ing construction. Includes instruction in rough carpentry - floor systems, wall framing, ceiling joists, exterior siding, shear walls, trusses, windows sheathing, and fireplaces. and roof 572B (Formerly CTECH 571A) CTECH (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 571B) (Formerly CTECH 572A) (Formerly CTECH 572B) (Formerly CTECH 573A) (Formerly CTECH 573B) (Formerly CTECH 574A) (Formerly CTECH 574B) (Formerly (0.0) (2.0) (1.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Introduces Introduces advanced wood and cabinet making skills. Examines the types cab- faceframe and European in used composites and plywoods, woods, of inet systems. methods Includes of fastening cabinet joints, cabinet design, techniques. and production 570 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 555 or consent of instructor 255, CTCH CTCH Prerequisite: Introduces Introduces basic residential wiring skills. ory, Includes installation basic techniques, electrical basic the- plan reading, methods. estimating and wiring 569 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 250. Advisory: CTCH Introduces basic residential plumbing theory, installation techniques, plan techniques, installation theory, plumbing residential basic Introduces and estimating methods. reading 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 568 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Presents the application of power and hand tools to the mill and cabinet trade. Examines types of woods, both hard and soft. Deals with methods of fastening and types of fasteners and joints. Emphasizes general lathe. and shaper power sander, press, drill planer, jointer, saw, table as such tools covered. are capabilities and techniques Safety, 555 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Overview of construction careers with focus market. Includes discussion on of career opportunities in preparing construction, both for the job union and non-union. Focus on providing the tools necessary to and obtain a position in the construction industry. target 195 193F 12.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable 193E 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Introduces advanced furniture making skills. Examines types used of in woods furniture making and includes joints. methods Deals of with bentwood, fastening lath furniture work, advanced machine set ups design. furniture and 193B 193 Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. (Formerly CTECH 570) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 93F) (Formerly CTECH 95) (Formerly CTECH 555) (Formerly CTECH 568) (Formerly CTECH 569) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 93B) (Formerly CTECH 93E) (Formerly (Formerly CTECH 93) CTECH (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 127

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 JUVENILE JUSTICE PROCEDURES CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE PRINCIPLES OF INVESTIGATION AND JOB SHADOWING CAREER SKILLS JUSTICE INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM STICE CRIMINAL JU Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile justice agencies. Covers juvenile processing and detention, case disposition, stat- utes, and court procedures. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents legal processes, responsibilities, and interrelationships component of the of justice system. Includes a each review of case and common pertinent court decisions, case methodology and research. law, CSU. Transfer: 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable elements of Presents the penal code and general laws about crimes against and the state. of morality, standards persons, property, CSU; UC. Transfer: 208 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable kinds Presents of evidence and witness principles compe- of admissibility, to procedures the Includes hearsay. and communications, privileged tency, in evidence collection and preservation. be followed CSU. Transfer: 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents investigation fundamentals of crime scene search, collecting/ - re in used procedures Covers interviews evidence, interrogation. and cording kinds of criminal activity. various investigating 261 per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility work personal of exploration through concepts readiness career Introduces attitudes and skills, study of job search techniques, experiences. and job shadowing CSU. Transfer: 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Presents the and history, philosophy, organization of the criminal justice system. Surveys criminal procedures and theories of crime, punishment, rehabilitation, and prevention. Reviews standards for professionalism in the system. CSU; UC. Transfer: 204 (Formerly COUNS 61) COUNS (Formerly CJ 2) (Formerly CJ 4) (Formerly CJ 6) (Formerly CJ 8) (Formerly CJ 10) (Formerly CJ 12) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (0.5) (0.5) (2.0) (1.0) PLANNING FOR TRANSFER TO COLLEGE START GREAT STUDENT SUCCESS CAREER EXPLORATION ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE FOR RE-ENTRY STUDENTS TO COLLEGE FOR RE-ENTRY ORIENTATION MATH ANXIETY MATH ELING COUNS Cuesta College Cuesta Designed Designed to provide students with information and resources to facilitate a smooth transfer from Cuesta College to four year colleges and - universi ties. Students learn to research transfer possibilities, find a school which Educational Student a develop and needs, personal and academic their fits to plan transfer goal(s). transfer goal. Plan 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. 160 Introduces Introduces new students to Cuesta College and prepares them for firsttheir semester. Students attend “Great a Start” Orientation Assessment workshop Testing to and understand the requirements for their tional educa- goal of transfer, Associate Degree or certificate, aswell as policies and procedures of the college. Students (SEP). Plan Education and complete a Student workshops participate in student success 0.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Workshop Assessment and Orientation Start” Completion of “Great Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 099. 158 Advisory: ENGL 156. students for a successful Prepares college experience. College skills will in- communication, diversity, campus/community of understanding the clude set- resources, campus/community utilizing college, for planning financial at ting educational priorities to include looking regula- rules, college of understanding and programs, certificate and major tions, and policies. 156 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Assesses the student’s Assesses interests, the skills, values, student’s and personality, includes ca- reer research in a planning process. Applies assessment information to oc- majors. cupational possibilities and choice of college CSU. Transfer: 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility 254 Directed toward the adult re-entry student, 25 years or older. Presents self Presents the adult re-entry toward student, 25 or years older. Directed Covers plan. education student a developing and setting, goal exploration, solving, problem clarification, value management, stress and time of issues and support systems. decision making, college resources, 152 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents cognitive and behavioral techniques to reduce math anxiety well as as effective strategies for solving mathematical problems at thementary ele- algebra level. 2.0 hours lecture per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 123, MATH in MATH enrollment of or concurrent Completion Prerequisite: 123SI or equivalent 150 (Formerly COUNS 54) (Formerly COUNS 56) (Formerly COUNS 58) (Formerly COUNS 60) (Formerly (Formerly COUNS 50) COUNS (Formerly COUNS 52) (Formerly (1.0) (1.5) (1.0) (1.0) (0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INTERMEDIATE BAKING INTERMEDIATE GARDE MANGER CUISINE INTERNATIONAL BAKING AND BAKING SCIENCE I BAKING SCIENCE BAKING AND AND AND SEAFOOD ANALYSIS POULTRY, MEAT, PRODUCTION grain, starch and the principles and practices used in prepared are of menu items A variety environment. items in a commercial producing pantry including salads, salad dressings, sandwiches, and vegetable, grain and le- gume dishes. 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable CUL 230 Prerequisite: CUL 240 AND CUL 145 Co-requisite: Engages the student in gourmet international food preparation applied to restaurants. Explores customs, serving styles, and preparation techniques of foods unique to selected international cultures. Cultures but not to limited to: Italian, include, German, French, Asian, Middle Eastern, and Latin. CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 235 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CUL 125 Prerequisite: CUL 230 Co-requisite: Engages the student in the skills necessary for the tortes, production of cakes, French pastries, and techniques. petit fours utilizing CSU. commercial Transfer: baking 240 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CUL 230 Prerequisite: CUL 243 AND CUL 145 Co-requisite: Engages the student in a comprehensive study of the skills necessary for the preparation of cold buffets. The course focuses on “hands-on” expe- rience in the production of aspic jellies, terrines, galantines, salads, nishes, gar- chaud froid sauces, forcemeats, pates, gelatins, sausages, mousses, brines, dry cures, marinades, smoked meats, poultry and fish, salt dough us- centerpieces tray and table buffet and flowers, vegetable pieces, display ing fruits ice sculptures. and and vegetables CSU. Transfer: 243 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 125 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable CUL 210 Prerequisite: CUL 220 Co-requisite: Introduces the student to the basic skills needed for professional baking. Enables the student to learn and practice the skills and production of methods bread, desserts, and of other baked goods the using quantity - pro duction techniques. 230 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 4.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable CUL 220 Prerequisite: CUL 235 Co-requisite: Engages the student in the and seafood. poultry, pork, methods for major cuts of beef, practical kitchen application and cooking (Formerly CULART 25) CULART (Formerly 30) CULART (Formerly 35) CULART (Formerly 40) CULART (Formerly 43) CULART (Formerly (1.5) (2.5) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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CULINAR Engages Engages the student in the practical kitchen application of vegetable, 6.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 4.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable CUL 210 Prerequisite: CUL 125 Co-requisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 220 Examines Examines the principles of hygiene and sanitation and their application to food service operations. Emphasis is placed on the implementation of proper methods and procedures and the food handlers responsibility in maintaining high sanitation and safety standards. 213 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Introduces the student Introduces to the culinary arts profession and the professional kitchen. Emphasis on basic cooking methods, equipment gredients provides use, the and student in- with a beginning understanding of chemistry and cooking food techniques. The course includes expe- “hands-on” stocks, of production the in kitchen and room dining the managing rience cookery. sauces, gravies, soups, and breakfast broths, 210 laboratory) 10.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the tech- course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: nical field in which the study is to be undertaken. an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides individual student in a selected topic of criminal justice under the - direc tion of an instructor. 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Examines the interrelationships between criminal justice agencies and the Emphasizes a community. public service image, an understanding of eth- with the public during crises. and skills in confrontations nic groups, Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 224 Presents Presents concepts, responsibilities, in and handling techniques ordinary of responsibilities. police police patrol occurrences, including public service 213 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Transfer: CSU. Transfer: (Formerly CULART 20) CULART (Formerly (Formerly CULART 10) CULART (Formerly 13) CULART (Formerly (Formerly CJ 13) (Formerly CJ 24) (Formerly CJ 93) (Formerly (Formerly CJ 47) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (2.0) (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) 129

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 JAZZ DANCE DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY AND PERFORMANCE MODERN DANCE, BEGINNING OF THE WORLD DANCE CULTURES INTRODUCTION TO DANCE BALLET 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents beginning Modern Dance techniques, Includes technique practice focusing theoryon the fundamentals of time, and space prepara- processes. and forms dance efficient anatomically of exploration energy, and class performance. through tion for individual expression CSU; UC. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 256 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces jazz dance techniques including phrasing, performance, tech- of simple dance. and the presentation nique, choreography, CSU; UC. Transfer: 258 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable basic Presents dance techniques and choreography as they apply to dance production. Requires rehearsal and performance of selected student and/ or faculty choreography and pieces. dance Presents production experience in a professional stage setting to broaden and expand comprehension of dance as an artistic form of expression. and commercial CSU; UC. Transfer: 260A 252 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree An introductory overview to some of the major dance traditions world. of Emphasis is the on why people dance, how they dance and why they dance the way they do. The particular forms mayvary each semester but may include; African, Asian, Native American, Flamenco, Hawaiian and dance. primitive CSU; UC. Transfer: 254 week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the technique, history and jor choreography dance of forms: ballet, the jazz dance, three and modern ma- dance. performance. Includes a final CSU; UC. Transfer: 255 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable turnout, alignment, Develops ballet. classical Introduces Ballet: Beginning muscular control, grace, fiveflexibility, basic positions, and terminology, fundamentals Reviews of ballet techniques Ballet”: rhythm. “Intermediate with increased complexity and introducing additional - vocabu movement demi-point, on exercises of means by feet in strength of Development lary. development of stability and strength in legs by increasing the number of movements covered. Development of technique by executing the - move ments in a faster tempo. (Formerly DANCE 52) DANCE (Formerly DANCE 58) (Formerly DANCE 60A) (Formerly (Formerly DANCE 54) (Formerly DANCE 55) (Formerly DANCE 56) (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) OF THE 20TH CENTURY DANCE HISTORY DANCE ENSEMBLE SOCIAL DANCE FORMS AND COMPOSITION DANCE IMPROVISATION CULINARY ARTS SPECIAL TOPIC CULINARY VEGETARIAN CUISINE VEGETARIAN ADVANCED PASTRY ARTS PASTRY ADVANCED DANCE Cuesta College Cuesta A study of 20th century social and theatrical dance forms in the context of context the in forms dance theatrical and social century 20th of study A western societies with an emphasis on American dance. Influential- chore ographers, dancers and theorists will be discussed. CSU; UC. Transfer: 250 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: By audition or consent of instructor By Prerequisite: Advisory: semester of dance technique in ballet, jazz, or modern One recommended. A laboratory course providing instruction in various music collaboration, make-up, choreography, costume construction, dance light techniques, design, and set construction, cumulating in an rehearsal. mance. Requires informal dance perfor- 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 249 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduction to social dance techniques. Instruction dances. and Tango and Rhumba practice Trot, to Fox in- Waltz, Cha Cha, clude Swing, Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 228 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Exploration and development of improvisational and composition skills for the craft of choreography. 225 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Engages Engages the student in gourmet vegetarian food preparation, focusing on worldwide, vegetarianism of history the Explores applications. service food nutrition and health implications, ingredient selection, and preparation diets. of vegetarian and cooking techniques of a wide variety 22.0 hours per week: (16.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 22.0 hours per week: (16.0 Associate Degree Applicable 149 Prerequisite: CUL 235 CUL Prerequisite: 240 AND CUL 243 CUL Co-requisite: Engages the student in the advanced techniques of classical and modern pastry. Emphasis on advanced professional bakeshop operations. Cakes, using displayed, and created are sauces and chocolates meringues, pastries, Hands-on experience in the plate design. theories of different icing. marzipan, croquant, and royal and display of pastillage, production 145 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly DANCE 50) (Formerly (Formerly DANCE 25) (Formerly DANCE 28) (Formerly (Formerly CULART 45) CULART (Formerly 49) CULART (Formerly DANCE 49) (Formerly (Formerly CULART 93) CULART (Formerly (2.0) (4.0) (2.0) (4.0) (2.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta GENERAL AND ORAL PATHOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND GERIATRICS PATIENT CLINICAL PRACTICE I EDUCATION HEALTH DENTAL INTRODUCTION TO CLINIC LOCAL ANESTHESIA AND NITROUS OXIDE 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 110 and/or Prerequisite: DH 124 Co-requisite: beginning clinical Provides experience in the treatment of adult and child patient. Various clinical procedures utilizing scaling and polishing tech- charting,periodontal and dental screening, cancer inspection, oral niques, principles of ultrasonic scaling, plaque control instruction and applied. application are fluoride Prerequisite: DH 110 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 121 Co-requisite: Covers the pharmacology and physiology of local anesthetic agents and effective technique in delivery of these agents to the oralFocuses cavity. on the anatomy of the nerves, physiology of nerve conduction, and how anesthesia works. the and Discusses prevention management of associated practiced in a clinical setting on student partners. are emergencies. Skills 121 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable DH 110 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 122 Co-requisite: Explains pathological processes of inflammation, immunologydegeneration, defense, neoplasm, developmental disorders, Recognition of abnormalities healing in the human body with a special emphasis and repair. cavity. on normal and abnormal conditions in the oral 122 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 110 and/or Prerequisite: DH 123 Co-requisite: Teaches characteristics of individual patients, motivation, and manage- ment of same and interpersonal of communication. Treatment the com- therapy is presented. patient and myofunctional promised 123 Studies the anatomical structures Studies of the head and neck and regions relates practice of dental hygiene. to the clinical these structures 113 per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree into the dental hygiene program Admittance Prerequisite: DH 114 Co-requisite: the Teaches principles and practices of prevention and control of dental disease with emphasis on nutrition, plaque control, and chairside education. patient motivation 114 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable into the dental hygiene program Admittance Prerequisite: DH 110 Co-requisite: hygiene dental for needed skills and procedures clinical all to Introduction planning and basic instrumentation. assessment, treatment 120 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly DH 13) DH (Formerly DH 14) (Formerly DH 20) (Formerly DH 21) (Formerly DH 22) (Formerly DH 23) (Formerly (2.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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HYGIENE DENTAL 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable hygiene program into the dental Admittance Prerequisite: DH 113 Co-requisite: 112 Prerequisite: Admittance into the dental hygiene program into the dental Admittance Prerequisite: DH 112 Co-requisite: Fundamentals of radiation equipment and avoidance of exposure hazards along with clinical application of procedures involved in exposing, - pro dental radiographs. and interpreting cessing, preparing 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 111 Prerequisite: Admittance into the dental hygiene program Admittance Prerequisite: DH 111 Co-requisite: the Presents embryology and histology of oral structural formation, clini- cal recognition of normal oral structures, the physiological and structural functions of teeth and supporting tissues, and oral dental hygiene procedures. proper anatomy relative to 110 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: Successful completion of a health screening examination. completion of a health screening Advisory: Successful 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 193A Advisory: Successful completion of a health screening examination. completion of a health screening Advisory: Successful the technique Presents of the Pilates method as a supportive conditioning practice for dance. The exercises encompass strength and flexibility com- ponents while focusing on alignment, efficiency as it pertains needs. to dancers and their specific and coordination movement, of balance CSU. Transfer: 270 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours laboratory per week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents advanced Modern Dance Includes technique practice techniques, focusing on the fundamentals theoryof time, space and - prepara and forms dance efficient anatomically of exploration energy, and processes. class performance. through tion for individual expression Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 260C Presents Presents intermediate Modern Dance techniques, theory and processes. Includes technique practice focusing on the fundamentals of time, space prepara- and forms dance efficient anatomically of exploration energy, and class performance. through tion for individual expression 260B 60B) DANCE (Formerly per week 3.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly DH 12) (Formerly (Formerly DANCE 93A) (Formerly DH 10) (Formerly DH 11) (Formerly (Formerly DANCE 60C) (Formerly (Formerly DANCE 70) (Formerly Courses Courses (4.0) (1.0) (1.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) 131

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 CLINICAL PRACTICE II CLINICAL PRACTICE COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH PRACTICE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CLINICAL PRACTICE III CLINICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR III CLINICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR II (1.0) CLINICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR PERIODONTICS II 134 Provides an Provides expanded opportunity to learn and practice advanced instru- mentation techniques, intraoral photography, video equipment use and evaluate dental products within the standards of of acceptance”. Association “seal the American Dental 144 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 130 and/or Prerequisite: DH 145 Corequisite: Prerequisite: DH 130 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 141 Corequisite: Increases the assessment skills and treatment planning for patients with periodontal disease. advanced 141 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable DH 130 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 142 Corequisite: office practice management andTeaches business matters relating to den- tal hygiene practice. Explores dental specialties, job management. opportunities and strategies for stress preparation, career 142 12.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable DH 130 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 143 Corequisite: Provides the opportunity to become more proficient in the clinical skills learned and practiced in previous clinical courses and to them prepare for examinations. success on their state and national board 143 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 130 and/or Prerequisite: DH 144 Corequisite: 12.0 hours laboratory per week 12.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree the dental hygiene program 120 and/or admission to DH Prerequisite: 135 DH Corequisite: Applies advanced skills of dental hygiene. Assessment and treatment are practiced on patients in a clinical setting, with emphasis on planning and comprehensive treatment. Expands on the procedures and techniques in- and clinical courses. preclinical in previous troduced 135 DH 35) (Formerly 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable program DH 120 and/or admission to the dental hygiene Prerequisite: DH 130 Corequisite: Provides an expanded learning experience through discussion of hygiene care dental for the culturally diverse, tobacco cessation counseling, and seminar study of clinical cases. 140 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly DH 34) DH (Formerly (Formerly DH 40) (Formerly DH 41) (Formerly DH 42) (Formerly DH 43) (Formerly DH 44) (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) ADVANCED CLINICAL TOPICS ADVANCED MATERIALS DENTAL PHARMACOLOGY PERIODONTICS I NUTRITION IN DENTISTRY CLINICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR I CLINICAL PRACTICE Cuesta College Cuesta Teaches advanced clinical skills Teaches and topics for periodontally involved and technologies in the field of dentistry discussed. are implant patients. New 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 120 and/or Prerequisite: DH 134 Corequisite: 133 Presents Presents the history, composition, chemical and physical properties and use of materials commonly utilized in the dental laboratory operatory. Provides laboratory and experience dental in performing common dental laboratory procedures. 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable admission to the dental hygiene program DH 120 and/or Prerequisite: DH 133 Corequisite: 132 Teaches Teaches pharmacology as it Emphasizes affectsdrugs commonly used for in treatment dentistry, of common the clinical practicesystemic and oral diseases, and for emergency treatment: effects, adminis- of dentistry. tration, and Builds toxicology. on basic and dental sciences and prepares for clinical dental hygiene practice. 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable DH 120 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 132 Corequisite: 131 Teaches identification of the normal periodontiumrecognition and of de- Teaches viations from normal; the etiology and principles of periodontal diseases, measures. and preventative treatment examination procedures, 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable DH 120 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program Prerequisite: DH 131 Co-requisite: 130 Prerequisite: DH 110 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program DH 110 and/or admission to the dental hygiene Prerequisite: DH 120 Co-requisite: Provides the basic principles of nutrition and their relationship to dental performand dietaryto patients students surveysclinic teach on To health. to plan nutritional dietary programs. 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 125 Prerequisite: DH 110 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program 110 and/or admission to DH Prerequisite: 125 DH Co-requisite: an expanded learning opportunity to discuss actual clinic Provides patient case types from simple to complex. An actual comprehensive treatment plan is developed along with a portfolio of patient cases. Discussions of emergency preparedness and instrumentation selection and maintenance setting will also be addressed. decisions while in the clinic 124 per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly DH 30) (Formerly DH 31) (Formerly DH 32) (Formerly DH 33) (Formerly (Formerly DH 24) DH (Formerly DH 25) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta MAIN STYLES IN FILMS STAGECRAFT STAGECRAFT ADVANCED MOVEMENT INTRODUCTION TO STAGE THEATRE INTRODUCTION TO THE VOICE FOR THE ACTOR rent rent and classical plays with special emphasis on cultural dramatic significance for non-drama analysis majors. Also and provides background in various technical aspects of production and in the skills and musicals. both plays successfully produce to quired and talents - re Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 218 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 201A. the Traces main currents in American and British filmsby means of the various movie genres and the representative films.Explores the- conven tions and aesthetic standards for the musical, mystery, comedy, Western, and science fiction of motion pictures. CSU; UC. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 211A laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Introduces theatre shop equipment and of stage sceneryneeded for design fabrication, and finishing basic and props. construction techniques CSU; UC. Transfer: 211B laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable DRA 211A Prerequisite: Continues the study of theatre shop equipment and basic techniques needed construction for design, fabrication, and finishing of stage scenery and props. CSU; UC. Transfer: 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the student to various aspects ing choreography, of blocking, stage stage movement, combat, includ- mime, and Develops awareness students’ of the expressive nature of the character human body work. a character. to use the body as a tool for creating and how Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit one course between DRA 206 and DRA 206 one course between credit UC, maximum CSU; UC (For Transfer: 207). 207 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility theatre and Introduces related crafts such as costuming, lighting, and the- atre architecture. Emphasizes awareness of components constituting an artistic entity and the ability to objectively evaluate a professional or non- performance.professional DRA 206 and one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 207). 208 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: DRA 201A. Designed to (1) improve natural, clear, unaffected speech, and(2) - elimi nate negative habits and regional accents: exercises for physical and articulation. tension, quality, support, vocal vocal tone production, (Formerly DRA 7) (Formerly DRA 8) (Formerly DRA 11A) (Formerly DRA 11B) (Formerly DRA 15) (Formerly DRA 18) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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DRAMA Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 156. enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent A study of the combined elements of through theatre examination of cur- 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Surveys the development of the world theatre from Greek drama to the present time as observed in the plays. reading of Introduces representative the playwrights, works, conventions, and traditions of important - move ments in the history of the theatre. 205 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents experience Presents in ensemble interaction within the framework of dra- an opportunitymatic works. to Provides perform in workshop scenes and of short for an audience. a program dramatic works to present CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable DRA 201A Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable DRA 201A, DRA 248 or DRA 252 Prerequisite: Continues the study of the theory and practice of acting with special em- phasis on styles and forms of acting. 201B Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Explores each person’s creative artistic expression study of acting as and a discipline. The fundamental emphasizes techniques of acting are the explored by analyzing plays with an emphasis on the approach actor’s to personal awareness, characterization, and the performer’s relationship to production. all parts of the play’s 201A laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Prerequisite: DH 130 and/or admission to the dental hygiene program DH 130 and/or admission to the dental hygiene Prerequisite: DH 140 Corequisite: the Teaches fundamentals necessary to be employed and practice within the ethical and legal framework of the state dental practice Association. Dental code of ethics of the American act and the 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 145 Introduces students to the principles and practices of dental public health. health. public dental of practices and principles the to students Introduces Emphasis is placed on the role of the of, and dental an educator hygienist in community as health programs. an Public health innovator issues will be discussed. emphasis Additionally, will be placed on teaching and presentation techniques to target populations ranging from preschool to top- health dental of variety a on plans lessons design will Students elderly. target group. to a designated dental health education ics and present (Formerly DRA 6) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 1A) (Formerly DRA 1B) (Formerly DRA 2) (Formerly DRA 5) (Formerly (Formerly DH 45) (Formerly Courses Courses (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 1.0) 133

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ION Y CHILDHOOD EDUCAT CHILD HEALTH SAFETY AND NUTRITION CHILD HEALTH CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY CHILD, FAMILY CURRICULUM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN DRAMA SPECIAL TOPIC DRAMA SPECIAL PLAYWRITING PERFORMANCE IMPROVISATIONAL CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT EARL Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 204 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Explores the interrelated roles of the home, munity in meeting the the health, and safety, school, nutritional needs of and the young the com- 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 156 Prerequisite: Presents a study of human development from conception to adolescence. Examines cognitive, language, physical, social, and emotional ment, both typical and - develop atypical. Fosters the understanding of human - be DS 1. XXII requirements, Title Meets havior and self-awareness. CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 156 Prerequisite: the emphasizing contemporaryin living family of patterns society, Studies varying roles and interaction of family members and factors which affect family life. Discusses cultural, social, economic, racial, and ethnic differ- ences. Focuses on the developing child and emphasizes the influences of family and community. Same as FMST 202. Meets Title XXII - require ments, DS 2. CSU; UC. Transfer: 203 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility math/ma- activities creative and Explores experiences in language/literacy, nipulatives, social sciencing/discovery, science, creative expression, music and drama. Integrates developmentally appropriate practices based upon theory that influences learning.Meets children’s 3 unitsrequired for the DS 3. XXII requirements: Title and Permit Child Development Presents Presents practical experience in the creation of a within the production class, company, whose objectives are the casting, performance theatre. of live rehearsal, and public CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline- of fering this course. 193D hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 Associate Degree Applicable 193E hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable 201 (Formerly DRA 93D) (Formerly ECE 1) (Formerly ECE 2) (Formerly ECE 3) (Formerly ECE 4) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 93) DRA (Formerly DRA 93E) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) WRITING, DIRECTING, AND ACTING FOR THEATRE MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE MUSICAL THEATRE MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP MUSICAL THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION PLAY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: DRAMA DIRECTING FOR THE CAMERA ACTING FOR THE CAMERA ACTING FOR Cuesta College Cuesta 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 252 Studies the techniques in Studies involved the production of a full-length musical stagecraft, makeup, costuming, dancing, singing, acting, on emphasis with and publicity. Produces one musical each semester. Public performance as MUS 251. Same will be required. Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in DRA 250 or MUS 250 enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: and/or audition for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility 251 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable experience is recommended. choral and previous is required Audition Prerequisite: including theatre, musical in performance for skills students’ the Develops singing, acting, stage movement and choreography. Public performance as MUS 250. Same may be required. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 250 Studies Studies the techniques involved in the Emphasizes production of directing, dramatic acting, works. stagecraft, costuming, ity, and make-up, stage public- lighting. Students responsibility. must complete a major production 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 Eligibility Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 248 Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study or practicum experience by by experience practicum or study in-depth an opportunityfor an Provides an individual student in a selected topic of drama, under the direction of an instructor. 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Introduces students to the art Develops skills and in pre-visualizing, pre-production, and craft executing success- of directing and actors with work effectively to for students Prepares sessions. shooting ful the camera. members. other crew Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 222 Prepares Prepares students to present themselves in a professional manner for the camera. appearance, Voice, movement and the technical aspects of cam- era performance will and through exercises be comprehensive on- covered camera evaluation. 221 4.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly DRA 52) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 50) (Formerly DRA 51) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 48) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 21) DRA (Formerly DRA 22) (Formerly (Formerly DRA 47) (Formerly (4.0) (3.0) (0.5) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta PREKINDERGARTEN LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT PREKINDERGARTEN LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES INTRODUCTION TO THE TEACHING PROFESSION TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY PRACTICUM: CURRICULUM AND ENVIRONMENT CURRICULUM AND PRACTICUM: ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG MUSIC AND MOVEMENT CHILDREN Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 156 Eligibility Prerequisite: Examines the major social, economic, and volved in psychological interactions and processes relationships in- as related to differences with impact these work processes sonal characteristics and and group how in per- young children and their families in early education approaches programs. will be explored, with emphasis on an anti-bias approach. Self Various and equity promote to practices of integration and reflection examination, sense a gain they as children support best to how of understanding deepen complex, our of members confident and respectful become and identity of society. diverse CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 114 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the Prekindergarten Learning and Development Guidelines de- veloped by the California Department of Education. TheGuidelines rep- resent the best practices as definedby NAEYC for education appropriate for children ages’ three through five, including children with disabilities and other special needs. 213 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Provides a minimum of 45 hours of supervised observation and partici- pation in cooperating public schools. Discussion focuses on instructional practice and subject matter taught in the grades observed, as well as the historical, philosophical and social foundations of American public edu- cation. Examines opportunities, requirements, responsibilities, new - direc tions, and rewards in teaching. Places students in a more informed - posi in education. the decision to pursue a career tion regarding CSU; UC. Transfer: 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 210 9.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 10.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree XXII, Section Title 208 and Department ECE of Social Services Prerequisite: TB clearance current 101215B requires 209 ECE Corequisite: Applies principles of behavior and development which help to meet the theo- Includes settings. group in and individually children young of needs ries of play, creativity, and concept development in planning, providing supervisedand evaluating the practical preschool program. Provides expe- DS 3. XXII requirements: Title Meets program. rience in a preschool CSU. Transfer: 211 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: for ENGL 156. Eligible Presents techniques and guidelines for teaching movement exploration, physical education, and music to the preschool through grade third child. need for effective skills movement Examines andthe musicalchild’s expe- DS 3, DS 5. XXII requirements: Title riences. Meets (Formerly ECE 10) ECE (Formerly ECE 11) (Formerly ECE 14) (Formerly 11) FAMST (Formerly ECE 15) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents the principles of behavior and development that tive inform effec- guidance, classroom management, curriculum, and ronments. Analyzes learning the envi- sources of curriculum and in methodologies planning, presenting and used assessing learning experiences and classroom DS 3. XXII requirements: Title ecologies. Meets 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 205 ECE 203 and ECE Prerequisite: ECE 210 Corequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 209 Prerequisite: ECE 206 and Department of Social Services Title XXII, Section XXII, Section Title ECE 206 and Department of Social Services Prerequisite: TB clearance current 101216B requires ECE 207 Corequisite: Presents an opportunity for observation of and interaction children with in young order to study their techniques behavior will and be development. applied through Guidance supervised practical DS 3. XXII requirements: Title experience setting. Meets preschool in a 208 laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: ECE 205 Prerequisite: ECE 208 Corequisite: Presents the theories of behavior and development of The the social, young child. emotional, intellectual, moral and physicalthe development young child of will be examined in DS 3. XXII requirements: Title Meets relation Childhood classroom. to guidance in the Early 207 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ECE 205 is highly recommended. enrollment Advisory: Concurrent Explores techniques in observing, recording, and assessing the - develop ment and behavior of children. Anecdotal records, checklists, rating sys- tems, and multiple assessment strategies will be explored. Meets 3 units Permit. for the Child Development required 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 206 Provides an overview Provides of Early Childhood Education, educational - require ments, compensation for teachers in California, and developmentally ap- curriculum propriate planning and teaching methods. Thisreviews course the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the ethics and identity. professional advocacy, practices promoting 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in ECE 206 is highly recommended. enrollment Advisory: Concurrent 205 child. Referral procedures to utilize community resources will be explored. explored. be will resources community utilize to procedures Referral child. XXII 3 Meets units Title for required the and Child Development Permit DS 3. requirements: CSU. Transfer: (Formerly ECE 7) (Formerly ECE 8) (Formerly ECE 9) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 5) (Formerly ECE 6) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) (0.5) 135

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING MODULE VI INFANT-TODDLER INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING MODULE III INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING MODULE IV INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING MODULE V INFANT-TODDLER INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING INFANT-TODDLER MODULE I CAREGIVING INFANT-TODDLER CAREGIVING MODULE II INFANT-TODDLER Presents theories, techniques, and guidelines for the appropriate care, nur- care, appropriate the for guidelines and techniques, theories, Presents of development the Examines toddlers. and infants of guidance and turing emotions and social skills. Explores the development of self esteem, fears, trust, security, and autonomy. Presents guidance techniques appropriate for infants and toddlers. CSU. Transfer: 242F 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents theories, techniques, and guidelines for the appropriate care, nur- care, appropriate the for guidelines and techniques, theories, Presents curriculum, as play Examines toddlers. and infants of guidance and turing of development attachment, implications of early brain and development, roles. adult caregiving CSU. Transfer: 242C 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable nur- care, appropriate the for guidelines and techniques, theories, Presents turing and guidance of infants and toddlers. Examinees the development and motor skills. of perception CSU. Transfer: 242D 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable nur- care, appropriate the for guidelines and techniques, theories, Presents of development the Examines toddlers. and infants of guidance and turing im- their and communication and language of development the cognition, portance in the development of the brain. Explores the impact of culture on communication and special considerations for special needs children. CSU. Transfer: 242E 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 242 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Presents theories, techniques, and guidelines nurturing for and guidance the of infants and appropriate toddlers. Examines the care, materials, equipment and activities appropriate for children from infancy through age three. Examines the special needs of infants and toddlers with regard to health and safety, nutrition, rest and toileting. Meets DS 4. quirements: Title XXII - re CSU. Transfer: 242A 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable nur- care, appropriate the for guidelines and techniques, theories, Presents turing and guidance of infants and toddlers. Examines the principles of caregiving for infants and toddlers, caregiving routines and cultural communication. group as curriculum, and cross caregiving care, CSU. Transfer: 242B 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly ECE 42E) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 42) ECE (Formerly ECE 42A) (Formerly ECE 42B) (Formerly ECE 42C) (Formerly ECE 42D) (Formerly ECE 42F) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) INTERNSHIP UNDERSTANDING THE CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS UNDERSTANDING STRATEGIES FOR CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS IN THE ECE FOR CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS STRATEGIES CLASSROOM CHILDREN’S LITERATURE CHILDREN’S LITERATURE CRAFTS FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN CRAFTS FOR SCHOOL ART FOR CHILDREN Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: ECE 210, an interview and Department of Social Services Title XXII, Title ECE 210, an interview and Department of Social Services Prerequisite: TB clearance. current 101216B requires Section Provides selected advanced students an opportunity to experience the - re Meets program. preschool a in members staff intern being of sponsibilities DS 3. XXII requirements: Title 241 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines the characteristics of children with special needs effectively and meet their individual how needs.Presents the identification, to educa- tional needs, rights behavior management, family relationships, children’s needs. of/for the child with special and community resources 236 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the biological and environmental risks associated with - prena tal, perinatal, and postnatal brain development and the behavioral, psy- chological and cognitive implications for teachers. Presents strategies for Early dealing with challenging behaviors Childhood in the Education Early Childhood Classroom that result from cultural differences and/or and sensory motivation, processing. difficulties with self-regulation, Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 135 Presents Presents a survey of literature for children from infancy through elemen- tary school with an emphasis on a diversity perspective. genre: Introduces picture books, the traditional literature, fantasy, poetry, historical fic- un- Emphasizes books. informational and biography fiction, realistic tion, derstanding, analysis, appreciation and application through an in-depth examination of a variety of books. children’s Meets Title XXII ments: DS3, DS5. - require 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 201A Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 234 Presents the universal nature of crafts including their historical origins and origins historical their including crafts of nature universal the Presents current applications. Introduces a variety of crafts appropriate for school age children including weaving, dyes, embroidery and applique, quilting, candle making, jewelry and paper creations. 222 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents the study of the developmental sequence of children’s art and the the study of Presents the developmental sequence of children’s an with eight age through two age from children for implications teaching emphasis on creative expression, aesthetic development, cultural and art heritage. Introduces a variety of media including drawing, painting, col- Title Meets making. puppet and mask assemblage, clay, printmaking, lage, DS 3, DS 5. XXII requirements: 220 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ECE 41) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 34) (Formerly ECE 35) (Formerly ECE 36) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 20) ECE (Formerly ECE 22) (Formerly (2.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ESSENTIALS OF CHILD SAFETY, HEALTH AND HEALTH ESSENTIALS OF CHILD SAFETY, NUTRITION SCHOOL AND INTRODUCTION TO CHILD, FAMILY, COMMUNITY DISCIPLINE AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SEMINAR EDUCATION CHILDHOOD EARLY OF CHILD GROWTH AND FUNDAMENTALS DEVELOPMENT AND DEVELOPMENT TO CHILD CARE ORIENTATION PROGRAMS KEY CONCEPTS IN OBSERVING AND RECORDING 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents developmentally appropriate techniques for guiding young chil- behavior in dren’s an early childhood education setting. Common - devel opmental guidance problems will be explored as well as schedules, management. tines and general classroom - rou CSU. Transfer: 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Explores key concepts in observing and recording the development and behavior of children. Includes observation techniques, types of observa- tions, and analysis of observations. 154 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents an overview health, safety, of and children’s nutritional needs in prevention emergency preparedness, situations. group care Physical safety, of infectious diseases, and nutrition will be addressed. Meets Title XXII and CPR pediatric than (other training safety and health for requirements first aid). 155 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable the emphasizing society, contemporary in patterns living family Introduces Presents influences of the family and community on child. the developing the interaction of family members and factors both family in that and outside affect the family life. Studies economic, social,and racial differences. cultural, ethnic, 256 150 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility issues in the current fieldExamines of early childhood education affecting requirements: XXII Title Meets twelve. age through infancy from children DS 3, DS 5. 151 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents a study of human development from conception to adolescence. Examines cognitive, language, moral, physical, social, and emotional de- human of understanding the Fosters atypical. and typical both velopment, behavior and self-awareness. 152 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents an overview of center based child grams, care philosophies, and hours development of - pro operation, regulatory laws, permit child regulations. Introduces care as a profession licensing with a career lad- and Permit. 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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of early childhood education of an instructor. under the direction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 247 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ECE 244 or ECE 245 Prerequisite: Presents principles and practices in supervision and management of - pre - pro of study the Includes programs. other and centers, care child schools, personnel developing requirements, budgeting organizing, planning, gram doing policy, record keeping, following legal requirements and establish- Meets agencies. regulatory and parents, community, with relationships ing DS 6 Advanced. XXII requirements: Title 246 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents principles Presents and practices in staffrelations and the supervision and evaluation of staff in early childhood programs.Includes the study of the method of clinical supervision and performance styles, group dynamics, conflict evaluation, resolution, staff development, staffdiver- leadership staffsity, roles andresponsibilities. TitleMeets XXIIrequirements: DS 6 DS 6 Advanced Advanced: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable teaching experi- Childhood Education of Early ECE 207 or one year Prerequisite: ence 245 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Explores Explores the interdependent relationship between the parent(s) teacher of and a young the child. Investigates the parent involvement, wide parent range participation, and of parent activities education in in early childhood education. Presents techniques for working with parent(s), in- cluding: development of long-range plans, interview and guidance skills, and the ability to work with small and DS 6 Basic. requirements: large groups. Meets Title XXII 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable teaching experi- Childhood Education of Early ECE 205 or one year Prerequisite: ence. 244 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents theories, techniques, and guidelines nurturing for the and guidance appropriate care, of infants cal and environment: equipment, toddlers. safety, and Examines group the size. Explores physi- the environment: social culture and self image, parental background and perspectives, cultural communication between parent development. and caregiver, and staff (Formerly ECE 45) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 46) (Formerly ECE 47) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 44) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (0.5) (3.0) (0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) 137

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 FAMILY FOCUS ON THE CHILD CARE: FAMILY FAMILY CHILD CARE: BOOKKEEPING PRACTICES FAMILY EARLY LITERACY FOR CHILDREN: EARLY STEPS TO EARLY LITERACY FOR CHILDREN: EARLY READING SUCCESS STEPS TO EARLY LITERACY FOR CHILDREN: EARLY READING SUCCESS STEPS TO READING EARLY LITERACY FOR CHILDREN: EARLY SUCCESS PREKINDERGARTEN LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE FAMILY CHILD CARE: FOCUS ON THE CHILDREN CHILD CARE: FOCUS FAMILY SPECIAL TOPIC CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EARLY CRAFTS FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN 166 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193H 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193C 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193D laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 193E 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193F 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193G 1.0 hours lecture per week 1.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree This course is one of a seriesdesigned to promote and enhance quality in in family child course is on the families The focus of the care. family child - parent include: diversity, Topics and the care: both provider’s. the client’s ing styles, provider family concerns, client family concerns, and creating successful relationships. 167 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable This courseis one of a series designed to promotein andfamily enhancechild quality care. The focus of the course isTopics include: on theprinciples childrenof inchild care. development, creating learning envi- guidance child activities, appropriate developmentally planning ronments, indicators for family child care. care techniques and quality 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193B (Formerly ECE 66) ECE (Formerly (Formerly ECE 67) (Formerly ECE 93B) (Formerly ECE 93C) (Formerly ECE 93D) (Formerly ECE 93E) (Formerly ECE 93F) (Formerly ECE 93G) (Formerly ECE 93H) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 93) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 0.5) FAMILY CHILD CARE: FOCUS ON THE BUSINESS FAMILY FAMILY CHILD CARE: FOCUS ON THE PROVIDER FAMILY FAMILY CHILD CARE SEMINAR FAMILY TEACHING RESOURCE MATERIALS SUPERVISED FIELD EXPERIENCE DEVELOPING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: PROGRAM AND PROGRAM THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: DEVELOPING CURRICULUM Cuesta College Cuesta This course is one of a series designed to promotein family child and care. The focus enhance of this course quality is on the business aspects of family child care. Topics covered include: professional support strat- systems, marketing plan, business a developing businesses, small for resources egies and ongoing operating procedures. 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 165 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable This course is one of a series designed to promote andenhance quality in family child care. The focus of the course is on the provider: identifying characteristics of the successful practicing provider, effective communica- tion skills, developing strategies to avoid stress and burnout and - profes sionalism in family child care. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 164 Examines Examines current issues in child through age care 12 in Family Child affectingCare, center based care or childrenout-of-school from infancy care. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 260 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ECE 203. Provides an opportunity to create teaching materials for use with young children using a diversity/anti-bias approach. Explores themes and a - web bing approach to describe developmentally appropriate activities in all ar- eas of the curriculum. Includes creating lesson plans that meet the cogni- and physical needs of children. social, emotional, creative tive, 159 Applies curriculum planning to create a learning environment appropriate appropriate environment learning a create to planning curriculum Applies for young children. for Provides observation of and interaction with chil- dren including planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities. The emphasis will be on using a diversity/anti-bias perspective to meet the needs Provides of as individual and a children children group. supervised practical experience in Center. a child development lab/Children’s 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Section XXII, Title ECE 203 and Department of Social Services Prerequisite: TB clearance. current 1012168 requires Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 158 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Presents methodology used in planning, presenting and evaluating - devel opmentally appropriate curriculum used in early Meeting childhood group and education. individual needs in the areas of play, science, studies, nutrition, music, language, social movement, literature, and ex- creative pression will criteria be for explored. Presents the identification and selec- used in the classroom. tion of materials and equipment 257 (Formerly ECE 59) (Formerly ECE 64) (Formerly ECE 65) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 57) ECE (Formerly ECE 58) (Formerly ECE 60) (Formerly (1.0) (0.0) (2.0) (3.0) (1.0) (2.0) (8.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER MAINTENANCE SEMINAR PRACTICUM: LEARNING ASSISTED FACILITATOR 1A ECONOMICS ECONOMICS BASIC SKILLS HSD NON-CREDIT SEMINAR SERVICES EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL GY ELECTRONICS TECHONOLO ICES IONAL SERV EDUCAT 36.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Prepares the student for the fication. “A+” The computer course service covers technician certi- basic concepts of computer maintenance. 110 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable - program and applications, operation, robot of principles basic Introduces ming. Students will analyze basic applications, robot as well configurations as proper and uses, safety industrial and workplace Students will environment. configure trainerrobots forvarious applications, and- pro gram them with script language for process robot automation. Team de- course concepts. sign and competition will integrate many of the 113 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI 123 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: 124A. Advisory: MATH Introduces fundamental topics in electricity and and theory of electronics. DC studied are and electronics with AC heavy emphasis on Principles basic concepts. Circuit analysis, test, measurement, and troubleshooting methods will be studied using computer simulation software. 114 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents a broad overview of the field of as field the in electronicsopportunities various the on discussion andIncludes manufacturing technology. to be successful in school and in the profession. as skills required well 015 193A per week 1.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 401 20.0 hours lecture per week Thisis an elective course towards a high study school diploma.microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international Students will economic - re lationships. The course will equip the studentwith both thevocabulary and the technical knowledge needed for an understanding of economic issues, both in the media and at the collegiate level of Thestudy. course will also provide the student with information and analytical tools useful to economic issues. in regard of values a personal system in developing 120 8.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Examines current issues in the field of studyrelating to the seminar. sponsoring the training/workshop program educational (Formerly ECON 93A) ECON (Formerly ECON 401) (Formerly 10) ELTECH (Formerly 13) ELTECH (Formerly 14) ELTECH (Formerly 15) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly EDSER 120) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (0.5) (1.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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ECONOMICS Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience - direc the under Economics of topic selected a in student individual an by tion of an instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 Advisory: 201A. ECON Examines international trade patterns and the underlying economic theo- to include be trade policies, investigated - the emergence of devel Issues ry. will be an exploration Included oping nations, and international mobility. relations. international financial of past and present 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 211 Presents Presents a continuation of ECON 201A with emphasis on the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis as they pertain to the economics of the firmresource and allocation; economic current problems such asanti- trust rural regulations, economics, urban economics, income distribution, and the world economy. the radical critique; international economics 201B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Introduces Introduces the concepts and tools of macroeconomic analysis, especially as they apply to the United States economy. Includes problem; the resource allocation economizing between the private and public sectors; na- tional income determination; fiscal and monetary policies as theyrelate to business cycles; and alternative views of Keynesians, Monetarists and to solving economic problems. supply-siders as they relate 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility 201A 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193J 193I per week 4.5 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ECON 1B) (Formerly ECON 11) (Formerly ECON 93) (Formerly (Formerly ECE 93I) ECE (Formerly ECE 93J) (Formerly ECON 1A) (Formerly ECON 47) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (1.0) (6.0) (2.0) (4.0) (4.0) 139

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION IN ELECTRONICS IN CAREER PREPARATION TECHNICAL ANALOG DEVICES CIRCUITS DIGITAL AND WIRELESS NETWORK COMMUNICATION ADMINISTRATION LABORATORY TECHNIQUES I LABORATORY ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS 198 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 213. Advisory: ETCH Includes topics related to wireless networking and communications that address the NetworkAdministratorCertifiedWireless (CWNA) certifica- tion. This is an introductory course with broad exposure to the wireless communication field.General coverage of wireless transmissions, wireless be addressed. connectivity will administration, and wireless network CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 215 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 213 ETCH Prerequisite: 224. Advisory: ETCH fundamental Presents concepts in: transistor amplifiers, silicon controlled rectifiers, and op-amp circuits. Class building and and troubleshooting projects lab of circuits using both will includeschematic/simulator the tools and actual hardware. CSU. Transfer: 216 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 213 111 or ETCH 113 and ETCH ETCH Prerequisite: Presents basic digital logic concepts, binary, octal, hexadecimal numbers used in digital logic systems, logic gates, logic, integrated counters, and programmable logic registers, devices. These concepts sequential will be expanded to include design applications. CSU. Transfer: 218 1.0 hours lecture per week 1.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Overview of electronics careers with focus on preparing for the job mar- ket. Includes discussion of career opportunities in electronics, both union and non-union. Focus on providing the tools necessary to target and ob- industry. tain a position in the electronics 111 week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents safety instruction for industrial situations, schematic - interpreta tion, test equipment utilization, and circuit construction. Signal genera- tors, test meters and oscilloscopes will be used. Students including soldering. techniques production board also circuit will learn 213 laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 127 123, MATH in MATH enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: 127SI or MATH Introduces a broad Fundamentals of DC, range AC, transistors, and digital logic are of all addressed topics with heavy emphasis in on basic electricity concepts. will be studied using a hands-on approach. troubleshooting Circuit and analysis methods electronics. and (Formerly ELTECH 98) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 111) ELTECH (Formerly 113) ELTECH (Formerly 115) ELTECH (Formerly 116) ELTECH (Formerly 118) ELTECH (Formerly (0.5) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) UNDERSTANDING OSHA POLICIES AND PROCEDURES UNDERSTANDING INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY FIELD TRIP INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY TECHNICAL PHYSICS LAB TECHNICAL PHYSICS PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER SEMINAR LOGIC CONTROLLER PROGRAMMABLE Cuesta College Cuesta Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193D 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193C 18.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193B 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Provides an opportunity for in-depth study or practicum experience by an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides individual student in a selected topic in the area Electronics Technology an instructor. from with support and direction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the tech- course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: nical field in which the study is to be undertaken. 247 Presents applied physics concepts and experiments that support Technical applied physics Presents concepts and experiments Technical that support Physics (PHYS 130) lecture material. The experiments form the basis of a well-balanced course in physics for the student who plans a career in a technical or vocational field.Experiments cover topics such as- measure ment systems, acceleration, Physics friction, waves. and heat, forces, flow, volume, pressure, laws, gas power, machines, simple work, levels, gears, concepts will be taught using industrial equipment whenever practical to world applications and physical laws. real between relationship show 3.0 hours laboratory per week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable 124A 123 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: 130 PHYS Corequisite: 130L Advisory: ETCH 213 or equivalent. Advisory: ETCH Course includes basic topics related to Programmable Logic Controllers include a purpose, discussion of basic the operation, Topics PLC’s (PLC). functions, and applications. 128 per week 18.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable Troubleshooting Troubleshooting techniques, fault hardware configuration, and PC isolation, maintenance will be some of the topics software addressed. configuration, (Formerly ELTECH 93D) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 93B) ELTECH (Formerly 93C) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 28) ELTECH (Formerly 30L) ELTECH (Formerly 93) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 47) ELTECH (Formerly (4.0) (2.5) (3.0) (2.0) Cuesta College Cuesta COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROLS MANUFACTURING COMPUTER INTEGRATED ROBOTICS TECHNOLOGY NUMERICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS architecture architecture and hardware will be investigated including I/O - pro PLC supplies. power and unit, processing central configurations, and structures ladder including relay gramming basics logic, extended relay instructions, timers and counters, math functions, data and bit manipulation will be studied. Programs will be written and debugged in a laboratory environment that interface to - electromechani accessories and peripherals PLC equipment. pneumatic and hydraulic, cal, will also be studied. 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 138 ETCH Prerequisite: 235. 228 and ETCH Advisory: ETCH This course combines the concepts ofrobotics, computer numerical con- trol, and automation programming into setting. Control of an manufacturing processes by integrated both centralized and dis- manufacturing tributed computer systems will be studied. The manufacturing processes using CAD design, CAM implementation and finished CNC will be integrated into a robotic assembly line utilizing a vision inspection product, system for quality control. Broader CIM concepts of Just In Time (JIT) 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 226 Prerequisite: Advisory: CIS 213 or CIS 214. manu- to application its and software CAM and CAD study will Students facturing processes. Software will be utilized to design components that will be produced on CNC Themachinery. basics of CNC hardware and operation, as well as programming will be studied. The mathematics controlling tool of paths, the integration of software and hardware, and the manufacturing of products using CNC machines will be applied to experiments. lab 239 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: CIS 213 and ENGR 226. basic concepts Presents in CAD and CAM software and its application to manufacturing processes. Software will be utilized to design components that will be produced on CNC Themachinery. basics of CNC hardware and operation, as well as programming in one, two, and dimensions three integration the paths, tool controlling of mathematics The studied. be will and the using manufacturing of CNC products and hardware, of software machines will be applied to lab experiments. CNC will also be addressed. Manufacturing Computer Integrated as a component of CSU. Transfer: 144 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 235 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 130. 213 and PHYS Advisory: 213, ETCH CIS Introduces the history and use of robots in industry. Standard arm con- figurations andhardware including principlessensing, of speed control, path and motion position control, and servo-actuators Arm configuration, basic are mechanics and kinematics examined. of arm structure and hardware are investigated. End-effectors, supplemental tooling hardware, and sensors are studied in workcell applications. Includes programming language using a teach pendant. in a high level the controller CSU. Transfer: 138 (Formerly ELTECH 135) ELTECH (Formerly 138) ELTECH (Formerly 139) ELTECH (Formerly 144) ELTECH (Formerly (4.0) (4.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Prerequisite: ETCH 213 ETCH Prerequisite: Course includes basic topics related to Programmable Logic Controllers include a discussion purpose, basic of the operation, Topics PLC’s (PLC). functions, and applications. PLC 228 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents Presents basic topics related to fluid and pneumatic systems and devices. ap- into lead will pneumatics and hydraulics fluid to relating physics Basic plied topics such as tanks, pumps, pump filters, accumulators, actuators, valves, compressors, and pressure regulators. Some advanced topics such as accumulator circuits, directional control valves, sequencers, accumula- con- solenoid and pilots sequencers, valves, control directional circuits, tor will be addressed. valves and servo controlled valves, flow trolled 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 210. PHYS Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 227 Course includes basic topics related to industrial electronics. A brief - re view of analog circuits is expanded upon to develop more advanced cir- cuit concepts. Topics include FET’s, SCR’s, basic components involved be will circuits controller their and motors, AC and DC control, motor in covered. Operational amplifiers will be covered, and their applications to sensor instrumentation. Transducers and applications to various sensors for heat, flow, force, etc. will beTroubleshooting developed. techniques will be incorporated with each section. topics for the above 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 213 111 or ETCH 113 and ETCH ETCH Prerequisite: 216. Advisory: ETCH 224 Presents basic Presents troubleshooting techniques at both the system and compo- inter- processes; troubleshooting systematic and logical Covers levels. nent pretation of block diagrams, flow charts, and schematics for use in fault paths in schematic diagrams; isolation; determining signal flow fault isolation methods such as bracketing, and half splitting; lation fault in parallel iso- systems and multiple channel systems; troubleshooting tools and techniques using: extender boards, chip clips, jumpers, piggy- and cold. and applications of heat back IC’s, 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 213 ETCH Prerequisite: 224. Advisory: ETCH Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 122 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 216. Advisory: CIS 214 and ETCH Presents basic microprocessor concepts including internal memory, addressing, and architecture, control through the use of assembly language. Students will write a variety of assembly language programs to logic perform functions and hardware control operations. The use of assemblers, tools will be explored. linkers, and debugging 220 (Formerly ELTECH 128) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 124) ELTECH (Formerly 127) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 120) ELTECH (Formerly 122) ELTECH (Formerly Courses Courses (2.0) (4.0) (2.0) (4.0) (6.0) 141

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN I ALARM SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS AND ROTATING MACHINERY CABLING CERTIFICATION FIBER NETWORK AND CONTROL COMPUTER INSTRUMENTATION EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 201 7.0 hours per week: (6.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable (2) requires 100066 22 Section Title California Code of Regulations, Prerequisite: at Guidelines Association’s Heart to the American equivalent CPR training verifying level. Provider the Healthcare for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the techniques of emergency medical care presently consid- Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 160 laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents installation requirements, operation and maintenance of security both intrusion and fire alarm systems.safely install, operate The student and maintain will systems to be meet able to standards. relevant codes and 267 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 224. Advisory: ELTECH Course includes topics related to fundamental industrial electrical main- tenance training developed in conjunction with Gas Pacific andElectric’s (PG&E’s) Electrical Maintenance Training Program. A brief review electrical theory and practical troubleshooting is expanded upon to - devel of include power op Topics electrical comprehensive system power concepts. drawings and circuit diagrams, grounding-cabling and conduit, meters, power transformers, circuit protection, relays, rotating electrical machin- electrical ery, testing equipment, bolting practices, controllers, safety and protection. fire CSU. Transfer: Testing Testing of network cabling and terminations using conductivity, band- be explored. will reflectivity and time domain width, attenuation, CSU. Transfer: 256 1.5 hours laboratory) week: (1.5 hours lecture, 3.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable 123. 213, MATH Advisory: ETCH Presents network connectivity subjects including multi-level BICSI cer- tification topics: Shielded copper cabling and terminations;theory, cabling, fiber optic and termination techniques. Grounding and performance testing, and bonding, inspection of copper and fiber systems will also be covered. CSU. Transfer: 257 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 224. Advisory: ETCH Course includes topics related to basic process instrumentation and con- trol developed in conjunction with Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E’s) I&C technician training program. A brief review of industrial electronics is expanded upon to develop more advanced process instrumentation and control concepts. Topics include advanced applications of used components in both DC and AC motor control, sensors sensors, flow sensors, level sensors, pressure recorders, actuators, temperature control valves and and instrumentation maintenance techniques. (Formerly ELTECH 156) ELTECH (Formerly 157) ELTECH (Formerly 160) ELTECH (Formerly 167) ELTECH (Formerly EMS 1) (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 2.0) NETWORK CABLING CERTIFICATION SERVER MAINTENANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MICROCOMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS FOR TECHNICIANS MICROCOMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS AUTOMATION PROJECT AUTOMATION INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY Cuesta College Cuesta Advisory: MATH 123. Advisory: MATH Addresses topics on the BICSI LEVEL I industry standard network bling ca- certification test.Presents basic concepts in network cabling and its cable types, wir- application to network infrastructure. Basic terminology, ing structures, installation factors and techniques will be discussed. LAN - investi be will standards and management, technology, wiring topologies, techniques for twisted pair gated and applied Termination to lab practice. and fiber optic cables and connectors will be studied and applied.Fiber optic theory, cable design, and cabling techniques will be investigated. 255 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 253, CIS 221. Advisory: ETCH Prepares the student for the COMPTIA “SERVER+” computer service technician and Microsoft Server Administration certifications. The course builds on basic concepts taught in the Microcomputer fundamentals and operating system courses. Topics include di- advanced OS’s, multiple architectures, newcomputer troubleshooting, PC hardware and advanced agnostic tools, storage devices, RAID controllers, dual processor systems, server operating system installation and configuration. disk recovery, hard Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 254 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 213. Advisory: ETCH Introduces fundamental concepts involved with upgrading and repairing personal computer systems. Includes topics computer on servicethe “A+” technician certification. Lectures and labs will cover internal- microcom puter operation, operating systems, primary and secondary storage meth- ods (system memory modules and disk drives), adapter cards, serial and parallel ports, and power supplies. Different components and subsystems will be compared and evaluated based on performance specifications and design considerations. 253 The course will develop the ability students’ to plan, schedule, self-direct, evaluate, build communication skills, and develop team niques. building Students tech- are required to undertake a automation project, simulating as nearly as possible the integration of ad- large manufacturing and technologies. vanced 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable 144 ETCH Prerequisite: 152 Prerequisite: ETCH 144 ETCH Prerequisite: placement with empha- work obtain and complete a cooperative Students sis on development and use of technical, analytical, presentation skills. report Students complete work term logs, - writing employment-relat and and presentations. ed technical reports 150 9.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 10.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable manufacturing, manufacturing, Database Management System (DBMS), Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP), and OSI-based Manufacturer’s Automation in labs settings. will be discussed or implemented (MAP) Protocol (Formerly ELTECH 153) ELTECH (Formerly 154) ELTECH (Formerly 155) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 152) ELTECH (Formerly (Formerly ELTECH 150) ELTECH (Formerly (9.0) (1.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta LITERATURE BY LOCAL AUTHORS LITERATURE HISTORY WRITING BITS AND PIECES OF PERSONAL WRITERS’ WORKSHOPS FOR SENIORS - PUBLISHING A BOOK OLDER ADULTS COMPOSING YOUR LIFE STORY OLDER ADULTS WORKSHOP PARAMEDIC INTERN PARAMEDIC SERVICES SPECIAL TOPIC EMERGENCY MEDICAL PREPARATORY PARAMEDIC EMERITUS COLLEGE 3.0 hours lecture per week 406 ECOL Prerequisite: Offers workshopa adults for designed is course to thoseThis Story. Life studentsYour Composing 406, ECOL whohave previously enrolled in 50. over 400 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents discussion of selected novels, short story collections, and poetry context the in considered are works These writers. area Obispo Luis San by of contemporary fiction and poetry using techniques ofreading, analysis, 50. over and discussion. This course is designed for adults 401 3.0 hours lecture per week the Introduces use of memoirs, essays, vignettes, and letters to write small these of examples discussing and reading after history personal of incidents genres. writing Student is read, discussed, revised, and edited. This course 50. is designed for adults over 402 3.0 hours lecture per week workshop to those studentsOffers who a enrolled have previously writers’ 50. over in EMCOLL 401, 411. This course is designed for adults 404 3.0 hours lecture per week publica- toward manuscript completed a opportunityan move to Presents tion including discussion of genres, writing groups, editing, agents, - pro posals, and ways to publish and market. This course is designed for adults 50. over 405 108 per week 27.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree in EMS 107 enrollment of or Concurrent Completion Prerequisite: Application of the third and final phase of paramedic training, which al- lows the student to be assigned to an emergency response vehicle with a fieldpreceptor to establish advanced life support patientresponsibili- care ties. Each student must have a minimum of forty (40) advanced life sup- phase this of completion successful Upon course. this during contacts port of training, the student will become eligible for - Paramedic. state Technician certification Medical Emergency as an 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline- of fering this course. 193A laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly EMS 8) EMS (Formerly EMS 93A) (Formerly EMCOLL 400) (Formerly EMCOLL 401) (Formerly EMCOLL 402) (Formerly EMCOLL 404) (Formerly EMCOLL 405) (Formerly (Formerly EMS 93) (Formerly (0.5) (6.0) (1.5) (1.5) (14.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Develops Develops advance life support concepts with the clinical cognitive application knowledge and skills in the of acute patient care area for the para- medic student. Opportunities for increasing depth of skill performance Thisand of phase presentation advanced skills more extends provided. are the theory and operations. discussion of EMS 5 with special events 12.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 9.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable EMS 106 Prerequisite: Pediatric Support, Life Trauma Basic Support, Life Cardiac Advanced Corequisite: Support Life Advanced 107 Applies Applies advanced life support training vices in career structure covering all the techniques of anatomy and emergency physiology. medical ser- Includes cardiovascular, respiratory, pediatric, OB/GYN and traumatic emergency training. This course meets the minimum1090 450 minimum hours of the hours required to complete paramedic state of California. Course training content is based on the guidelines and author- in the ity of the Title 22, Division 9, of the California Code or regulations and the US Department of Transportation Emergency Medical Technician- Curriculum. National Standard Paramedic 22.0 hours per week: (10.0 hours lecture, 12.0 hours laboratory) 22.0 hours per week: (10.0 hours lecture, 12.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable admission. Program Prerequisite: 106 Prerequisite: Valid CA driver’s license and be 18 years or older. license and be 18 years CA driver’s Valid Prerequisite: vehicles operate to skills and knowledge with operators ambulance Presents so that and vehicle, equipment, patients crew, will be delivered safely and The safety of the publicefficiently. will be assured during all phases of the Services the ambulance. (EMS) involving delivery Medical of Emergency 5.5 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 5.5 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 104 Focus Focus is safety in hazardous materials response as an emergency - respond er. After successful completion of this course, the student will California receive a State certificate for Operational level. The CA Hazardous Certification meets the Materials requirements of Title First8 CCR Sec. 5192 (q) and is by required emergency A providers. certifica- Responder the course. prior to completion of tion fee is required 9.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 103 7.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 1 certificate Technician Medical Emergency Prerequisite: State the for qualify to required skills and knowledge updates and Reviews of California Emergency Level Medical Technician 1 certification. EMT the in received be to need will numbers security social and certificate Basic register online for this course. order to nursing office in 102 ered ered within the responsibilities of the Emergency 1. Medical Technician of years 18 be must Students skills. selected of practice laboratory Includes to be certified.age or older CSU. Transfer: (Formerly EMS 4) (Formerly EMS 7) (Formerly (Formerly EMS 2) EMS (Formerly EMS 3) (Formerly EMS 6) (Formerly Courses Courses (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) 143

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 FOR SENIORS DRAWING FINANCE: WILLS AND TRUSTS READING SELECTED LITERATURE: GREAT ACCOUNTING: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS WATERCOLOR ART: YOGA FOR SENIORS AFFECTING SENIORS AND PROGRAMS LAWS FOCUSED READING FOR OLDER ADULTS 414 3.0 hours lecture per week col- preparation, and Planning watercolor. of fundamentals the Introduces or mixing and theory, design and composition, perspective are included. Several painting techniques and criteria for evaluation are taught as stu- dents create and critique their work. This course 50. over is designed for adults 3.0 hours lecture per week poetry, story, literaryparticular genre--short a of reading guided a Presents novel, drama, including analysis and discussion, historical and - biographi cal information about the writer. This course is designed for adults over 50. 420 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents the pros and cons of wills and trusts, the process of probate, the types of trusts and of powers of attorney. Students need to know findto make informed estate-planning outdecisions. This course what is they 50. designed for adults over 421 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents a guided reading of a selected great work Dante’s of Inferno literature or such as Virgil’s Aeneid or Reading a selection play by changes William each Shakespeare. session. characterization occurs Discussion in class; in addition, students of read aloud portions theme, setting, of the work and learn about the historical and cultural context of its writ- 50. over ing. This course is designed for adults 422 3.0 hours lecture per week the Presents content and construction of financial statements, and the in- terpretation and application of their contents. This course is designed for 50. adults over 423 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Presents basic skills of drawing with an opportunity to experience using pen and ink, charcoal, conte crayon. This course 50. over designedis adults for 415 week 3.0 hours laboratory per Presents yoga to enhance health and well-being. Instruction and practice relaxation 50, of age the over students for adapted exercise passive includes while stretching, strengthening, deep breathing, postural alignment, yoga asanas (postures) to enhance and develop full range of motion, flexibility course This poses. holding while musculature of strengthening muscles, of 50. is designed for adults over 417 3.0 hours laboratory per week Presents information about laws and programs such as affecting Medicare, Medi-Cal, SSI; oldernutrition, energy, transportation; legal citizens assistance; education and recreation; veterans’ benefits; home health and 50. over to adults This course is directed day care. 418 (Formerly EMCOLL 414) EMCOLL (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 415) (Formerly EMCOLL 417) (Formerly EMCOLL 418) (Formerly EMCOLL 420) (Formerly EMCOLL 421) (Formerly EMCOLL 422) (Formerly EMCOLL 423) (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) PASTEL DRAWING AND PAINTING FOR SENIORS AND PAINTING DRAWING PASTEL BRAIN LONGEVITY: WAYS TO PRESERVE AND RESTORE WAYS BRAIN LONGEVITY: MEMORY CREATIVE WRITING FOR SENIORS CREATIVE YOUR GUIDE TO MAINTAINING THE OLDER ADULTS PERSONAL RECORDS SENIOR CHORUS BEGINNING MUSIC ARTS FOR SENIORS BEGINNING MUSIC ARTS FUNDAMENTAL MUSIC THEORY FOR SENIORS MUSIC THEORY FUNDAMENTAL YOUR LIFE STORY COMPOSING Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours lecture per week Introduces the techniques and materials of pastel with emphasis on color, form, value, composition, perspective, and visual Subjects - cov creativity. ered include landscape components, still life, and the human form. This 50. course is designed for adults over 413 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents information about brain longevity reversing memory including loss; effects of preventing diet and and physical and approaches psychological to Disease; mentalcauses and treatments of Alzheimer’s exercise; 50. memoryover preservation. This course is designed for adults 412 3.0 hours lecture per week Introduces the writing of creative nonfiction, plays, OR poetry, short fic- own their workshop and writing published discuss and read Students tion. 50. over writing. This course is designed for adults 411 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents information about maintaining a master list of personal records: income tax data, pension and paycheck information, financialrecords in- instructions,health of letter and will details, investment and bank cluding and insurance records, possessions inventory. This course is designed for 50. adults over 410 3.0 hours lecture per week choral literature including Studies selections from the 16th century to the present, encompassing numerous musical styles. The class presentsvocal exercises, fundamentals of music theory, and the aesthetics of music. performance for family and A friends may conclude the class. This course is 50. designed for adults over 409 Develops Develops critical listening ability and enriches musical experiences with the study of style, intonation, and lyrical content of Attendance musical selections. at concerts and preliminary and follow-up discussions critical listeners. students to become more help 3.0 hours lecture per week 408 3.0 hours lecture per week the Presents fundamentals of music theory in an overview of classical and includes class This present. the to recorded earliest the from music popular the study of musical themes, melodic and bass lines, and orchestra instru - ments as well as participation in music games and singing. This course is 50. designed for adults over 407 406 per week 3.0 hours lecture personal a chronologically developing and ordering of process the Presents history, including introductory genealogical research and preservation of 50. over is designed for adults materials. This course family historical (Formerly EMCOLL 413) (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 409) (Formerly EMCOLL 410) (Formerly EMCOLL 411) (Formerly EMCOLL 412) (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 406) EMCOLL (Formerly EMCOLL 407) (Formerly EMCOLL 408) (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) Cuesta College Cuesta SENIOR SEMINAR FOR ADULT 50+ FOR ADULT SENIOR SEMINAR ADAPTED EXERCISE FOR FRAIL OLDER ADULTS MUSIC ARTS FOR FRAIL OLDER ADULTS ARTS FOR FRAIL OLDER ADULTS CREATIVE EXPLORATION IN ART FOR ADULTS 50+ IN ART FOR ADULTS EXPLORATION WONDERS:CENTRAL EXPLORE NATURAL/CULTURAL 50+ COAST-ADULTS 50+ MUSIC ARTS FOR ADULTS 433 2.0 hours laboratory per week mental and physical provides course this adult, older frail the for Designed stimulation through a variety of art media. Projects encourage art - expres tech- methods, artistic design, artistic in art through appreciation and sion niques, tools and materials. Eye-hand (fine motor) coordination will be utilized to develop, stimulate and perceptual, and enhance psycho-motor, skills. cognitive 2.0 hours lecture per week Designed for the older adult, this class will discover connections the between influences ideas, and values and concepts to expand your standing of under- a variety of topics. In a setting that encourages dialogue and interaction this class covers topics in the areas of health, culture, philoso- events, current science literature, and history older adult students are phy, - interna about learn and experiences life compare and share to encouraged and issues. tional, national and/or local events 470 2.0 hours laboratory per week Designed for the maintenance of the physical and mental well-being of the frail older adult, this course is geared to increasing strength, range of motion/flexibility, balance, agility, eye/hand and coordination, foot older the of en- alertness mental increasing and system circulatory the hancing adult. are Techniques adapted to meet the needs of older adults at their and functional capacities. fitness levels various 471 2.0 hours laboratory per week Designed for the frail older adult, this course encourages appreciation of music from different time periods and genres. Through active participa- tion in discussions, musical reminiscence, sing-along and rhythmic activi- of music. ties the older adult student will be exposed to a variety 472 1.0 hours lecture per week 1.0 hours lecture Discover the influences and connections between ideas,values and con- cepts on a variety of topics of interest to the older adult. In a setting that encourages dialogue and interaction this class covers topics in areas such as, health, culture, literature, psychology, philosophy, current events, sci- ence and history. Students are encouraged to share and compare life ex- periences and learn about international, national and/or local events and issues. 434 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 - expres self appreciation, art encourages class this 50+, adults for Designed sion and creativity in a variety of art media. give Projects students experi- ence with different creative non-traditional artistic methods and artistic and material. design techniques, tools 435 1.5 hours laboratory per week Introduces senior adults to adventures and activities associated with the natural and cultural wonders of the Central Coast, including nature - pro tection and awareness, cultural preservation, volunteer and docent oppor- tunities. The classinvolves visits to sites of cultural and historic significance. as sites well museums, as suchParks, as nature preserves, State 436 (Formerly EMCOLL 433) EMCOLL (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 434) (Formerly EMCOLL 435) (Formerly EMCOLL 436) (Formerly EMCOLL 470) (Formerly EMCOLL 471) (Formerly EMCOLL 472) (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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3.0 hours lecture per week includ- research, genealogical of overview and to introduction an Provides ing the collection of genealogical information from a variety and of the composition sources of pedigree charts and history sheets. This course is 50. designed for adults over 432 431 3.0 hours lecture per week Examines the changes of midlife and beyond such as - retirement, bereave ment, travel, community involvement, and grandparenting, with the in- and challenges. to concerns tent to discuss, anticipate, and respond Presents information and Presents techniques to help the mind and body work to- 50. over good health. This course is designed for adults gether toward 430 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents camera choices, developing and through printing techniques commercial available developers, light and 50. over with a camera. This course is designed for adults composition, and traveling 429 3.0 hours lecture per week Studies major films to consider historical context, dramatic issues, artis- tic and technical objectives, and the process and elements of filmmaking. 50. over This course is designed for adults 428 3.0 hours lecture per week the Presents basics of nutrition, how older nutritional adults’ needs differ, and how to meet those needs. Students learn about shopping in surgery from today’s This illness. and recovery aid to eat to how and marketplaces 50. course is designed for adults over 427 Presents Presents an opportunity to analyze, interpret, and perform orally a work of literature. Selections may be chosen from drama, poetry, short stories or novels, and are adapted specifically for in-class dramaticreadings. This 50. course is designed for adults over 3.0 hours lecture per week 426 3.0 hours lecture per week Presents an overview of art emphasizing historical development and cul- tural influences.Discussion and evaluation of works may center on a par- ticular period or type of art such as modernism or impressionism or folk spanning several general presentation art, or may be a more 50. over is designed for adults centuries. This course 425 424 per week 3.0 hours lecture theories of color Presents mixing and composition, and the process of cri- tiquing. Students create a piece of work in oil or 50. acrylic. adults over designed for This course is (Formerly EMCOLL 432) (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 427) (Formerly EMCOLL 428) (Formerly EMCOLL 429) (Formerly EMCOLL 430) (Formerly EMCOLL 431) (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 424) EMCOLL (Formerly EMCOLL 425) (Formerly EMCOLL 426) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (1.0) 145

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ENGINEERING MATERIALS LAB ENGINEERING MATERIALS MATERIALS ENGINEERING MATERIALS ENGINEERING MATERIALS AUTOCAD I ENGINEERING DRAWING II ENGINEERING DRAWING 246L 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 246 Co-requisite: - prop resulting and treatment heat laboratorythe on experiments Presents erties of metals, effects of cold deformation of metals, brittle-ductile frac- ture equilibrium behavior, phase relationships, corrosion, mechanical be- as properties of semiconductor devices. havior of polymers, as well CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 125 or ENGR 226 Prerequisite: Presents advanced subjects in engineering drawing using AutoCAD and Course topics include 3D, customization, macros, and - an intro Inventor. duction to AutoLisp. CSU; UC. Transfer: 245 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CHEM 201A Prerequisite: Presents the fundamentals of the structure of Introduces matter. physical and mechanical properties of materials including metals, alloys, ceramics, insulating materials, semi-conductors, and polymers. Provides a study of heat treatments, materials selection, corrosion phenomena, and equilib- rium diagrams. CSU; UC. Transfer: 246 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable CHEM 201A Prerequisite: ENGR 246L Co-requisite: Presents the fundamentals of the structure of Introduces matter. physical and mechanical properties of materials including metals, alloys, ceramics, semi-conductors, and polymers. a Provides study of heat treatments, ma- phenomena, and equilibrium diagrams. terials selection, corrosion CSU. Transfer: 125 Applicable Associate Degree environment. operating Windows of a Advisory: knowledge CIS 210 or basic Introduction to include AutoCAD. Topics all basic drawing commands, layers, dimensioning, and editing objects. Intended wanting to for learn the those software and not students necessarily how to draw. Ideal for interior or architecture in students or architects and engineers professional design. This course is exactly the same material as the course). ENGR 226 (18 week first six weeks of 226 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable Introduction to engineering drawing using geometric AutoCAD. construction, Topics include orthographic projection, isometrics, sectionals, auxiliaries, descriptive geometry, dimensioning, and working drawings. are the same as ENGR 125. weeks of this course The first six CSU; UC. Transfer: 227 (Formerly ENGR 25) ENGR (Formerly hours laboratory) 2.0 (4.0 hours lecture, week: 6.0 hours per ENGR 26) (Formerly ENGR 27) (Formerly ENGR 45) (Formerly ENGR 46) (Formerly ENGR 46L) (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) LOGIC AND SWITCHING CIRCUITS INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS METHODS COMPUTATIONAL PLANE SURVEYING OLDER ADULTS REMINISCING FOR FRAIL ADULTS FOOD FOR FRAIL OLDER FUN WITH ENGINEERING Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Introduces digital Introduces circuits and logic design for computer science and elec- include numbering systems and binary trical Topics engineering students. mathematics, Boolean algebra and circuit minimization techniques, com- analysis and design. binational and sequential circuit 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 231 CIS 217 or CIS Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 219 Presents an integrated transient and steady-state analysis of linear DC and Presents AC circuits by use of the mesh and node approach. theorems, Examines phasors, network complex-frequency concepts, and analysis. computer circuit 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 208B PHYS Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 217 Methodology Methodology and techniques for solving engineering/science using problems numerical-analysis computer-application programs MATLAB and computing EXCEL. Technical and visualization of problems in mechan- ics, electrical circuits, thermal systems, fluid systems and other branches of engineering. Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 265A or higher OR concurrent enrollment in enrollment or higher OR concurrent 265A Completion of MATH Prerequisite: 265A. MATH Advisory: 205A or 208A. PHYS 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 229 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Introduces the principles and practices of surveying, of including the tape, engineer’s the level, transit, use and the use of an EDM (Electronic ThisDistance Measurement). equipment will be used to perform compu- tations for horizontal and vertical distances, profiles, azimuths and bear- grading, land and earthwork mapping, topographic closures, traverse ings, and horizontal and vertical curves. and Maps land description also will be discussed. 201 Presents to frail older adults various topics as a basis for reminiscing about about reminiscing for basis a as topics various adults older frail to Presents their life experiences and for recalling cultural and historical events that their lives. marked 2.0 hours laboratory per week 2.0 hours laboratory per 474 473 per week 2.0 hours laboratory Designed for the frail older adult, this course offers a largevariety of food preparation topics related to the health and well being of the older adult. Diverse topics of interest such as nutrition, consumerism, cultural tradi- tions, entertaining,safety will be discussed. health and (Formerly ENGR 10) (Formerly ENGR 17) (Formerly ENGR 19) (Formerly (Formerly EMCOLL 473) EMCOLL (Formerly EMCOLL 474) (Formerly ENGR 1) (Formerly (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta REACTOR CORE FUNDAMENTALS ENGINEERING SPECIAL TOPIC IN ENGINEERING TECHNICAL CAREER PREPARATION SYSTEMS FOR ARCHITECTS STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS NUCLEAR POWER PLANT & RADIATION PROTECTION TECH BASIC RADIATION MEASUREMENTS LAB 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Overview of engineering careers with focus on preparing for the job mar- union both engineering, in opportunities career of discussion Includes ket. and non-union. Focus on providing the tools necessary to target and ob- tain a position in the engineering industry. 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 205B ENGR 170 and PHYS Prerequisite: the principles Introduces and applications of radi- health physics covering ation sources, biological effects of radiation and radiation dosimetry fun- damentals. Presents a description of radiation detection instrumentation, dosimetryinternal techniques and systems, monitoring personnel external used in industry. Environmental survey techniques including standards, contamination, control, air sampling, waste management and emergency examined. planning are 174 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 205B ENGR 170 and PHYS Prerequisite: Introduction to the basic concepts of nuclear reactor core Topics physics. include: neutron sources and energies; flux, cross-sections,reaction rates; life Neutron cycle, six factor power formula and and energy. reactivity are defined and examined.Reactivity defects for givenreactivity coefficients and temperature changes are calculated. Applications to various reactor designs involving different core geometrics for heterogeneous and homo- made. geneous systems are 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 195 260 per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 250 ENGR Prerequisite: sub- structural stability, and integrity structural of concepts the Introduces methods of analysis. systems, and CSU. Transfer: 170 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 226 Prerequisite: Presents a description of systems and major components, their function, opera- of limits characteristics, constructionoperating design, of materials tion, system interfaces, and where applicable, control systems and limits (PWR) commercial Reactor Water associated with a Pressurized nuclear power plant. Access to the course requires current employment at Canyon PG&E Diablo Plant. 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Study of stress and strain transformations, analysis of beam deflection and deflection beam of analysis transformations, strain and stress of Study indeterminate beams, and column buckling. rotation, UC, both ENGR 252A and 252B must be completed in CSU; UC (For Transfer: credits). transfer to receive order 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 252A Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, both ENGR 252A and 252B must be completed in CSU; UC (For Transfer: credits). transfer to receive order 252B 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGR 250 Prerequisite: Study of stresses, strains, and deformations sional, and associated flexural loading with of bars, axial, shafts, and tor- beams.Includes analysis of elementary determinate and indeterminate mechanical and structural systems. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 252A Prerequisite: ENGR 250 Prerequisite: Analyzes the dynamics associated with motion of rigid bodies ticles, acceleration, including relative and work, velocity, motion, mo- energy, par- mathematics. vector mentum, and impulse. Utilizes 251 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: PHYS 208A PHYS Prerequisite: Analyzes forces on structures in equilibrium, properties ments, of couples and forces, resultant, mo- conditions for equilibrium, friction, troids, cen- and area moments of inertia. Introduces mathematical modeling mathematics. utilizing vector and problem-solving 250 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility societies professional including engineering, of field the of overview Broad and their student chapters, professional licensing and registration, - profes elements of sional codes of ethics, the engineering design, and the scope of analysis and design activities under- and public sector civil design professionals. private taken by 248 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the tech- work course preparatory completed student must have The Prerequisite: undertaken. which the study is to be nical field in an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides individual student in a selected topic in with the supportengineering area an instructor. from and direction 247 per week 6.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ENGR 50) (Formerly ENGR 51) (Formerly ENGR 52A) (Formerly ENGR 52B) (Formerly (Formerly ENGR 48) (Formerly (Formerly ENGR 47) ENGR (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 147

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 LITERATURE AND FILM LITERATURE VOICES IN AMERICAN LITERATURE MULTICULTURAL SHAKESPEARE TO THE SHORT STORY INTRODUCTION AMERICAN LITERATURE AMERICAN LITERATURE Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 216 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: the Presents techniques of literary criticism to analyze films and the liter- ary works that inspired them. Examines narrative in film and the criteria 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: The study of major America writers fromWar the up Civil through con- London, Crane, Howells, Twain, as such writers Includes times. temporary Hemingway, Steinbeck, Faulkner, Wright, Dos Eliot, Passos, Stevens, Cummings, Frost, O’Neill, Tennessee Williams, Pound, Arthur Miller, and Plath. Sexton Berryman, Lowell, Walker, Alice O’Connor, CSU; UC. Transfer: 213 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Introduces current literary study gender, which class, focuses sexual orientation, upon and issues ethnicity Surveys American of in history and American race, culture literature. in the context of al its literary multicultur- tradition from the early Native American tradition to present day. Emphasizes the formation of minority discourse against and within American mainstream culture and its literary tradition. Uses poems, - nov els, short essays for study. stories, and CSU; UC. Transfer: 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: and character of analysis on emphasis with works Shakespeare’s Introduces structured scene and requires preparation of critical papers based on ana- and investigation. lytical reading 207 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree better of C or 201A with a grade ENGL Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 201B. Introduces the study of the short story with emphasis on understanding, examina- in-depth an through storyshort the of appreciation and analysis, of literarytion of a variety works. CSU; UC. Transfer: 212A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Presents a survey of American literature from the pre-colonial period to the Civil War. Introduces the study of major American their historical writers backgrounds. Such against writers as Bradstreet, Paine, Franklin, Poe,Jefferson,Irving, Cooper, Bryant, Melville, Hawthorne, Longfellow, studied. are Dickinson and Whitman, Thoreau, Emerson, CSU; UC. Transfer: 212B (Formerly ENGL 7) ENGL (Formerly ENGL 12A) (Formerly ENGL 12B) (Formerly ENGL 13) (Formerly ENGL 15) (Formerly ENGL 16) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL INTRODUCTION TO POETRY ENGLISH COMPOSITION: CRITICAL THINKING LITERATURE ENGLISH COMPOSITION: INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH COMPOSITION COMMUNICATION WRITING AND ORAL TECHNICAL ENGLISH Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: ENGL 201A with a grade of C or better a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 201B. with the emphasis study on of understanding, the Introduces novel analy- sis, and appreciation of the novel through an in-depth examination of a of literaryvariety works. 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: ENGL 201A with a grade of C or better a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 201B. Introduces the study of poetry with emphasis on understanding, analysis, and appreciation of poetry through an in-depth examination of a variety of literary works. 205 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Presents a composition course beyond ENGL 201A critical thinking and which reading in order to develop further logical emphasizes reasoning writing skills. and analytical and argumentative Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 201C Prerequisite: ENGL 201A with a grade of C or better. ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Provides an introduction to the study of literature with further training in writing and critical thinking. Emphasis is placed on analysis of selected drama, and poetry. literary specifically the short forms and types, story, 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 201B 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better a grade ENGL 50, ENGL 156 or ENGL 165 with Prerequisite: a Provides study of and practice in the use of language and writing of ar- papers. essays and research gumentative/analytical Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 201A Presents an overview of the principles of technical writing. Discussion and Discussion writing. technical of principles the of overview an Presents application of rhetorical principles, both oral and written, as they pertain to technical writing. Study of methods, resources, and common formats used in technical environments. 4.0 hours lecture per week 4.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Equivalent Composition or 201A: English English Prerequisite: 210 (Formerly ENGL 1B) (Formerly ENGL 1C) (Formerly ENGL 5) (Formerly ENGL 6) (Formerly (Formerly ENGL 1) ENGL (Formerly ENGL 1A) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) (4.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta BASIC READING AND WRITING COLLEGE READING AND WRITING BASIC TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION ENGLISH SPECIAL TOPICS BRITISH LITERATURE SURVEY OF SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ENGLISH Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 099 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable ESL 050 with a C or better or ESL 006A and 036 and ACSK ACSK Prerequisite: on the Assessment test or equivalent. 006B with a C or better or qualifying score Introduces students to the language arts through intensive reading, writ- and reading to approach process the Emphasizes thinking. critical and ing, writing. Provides a basic course in sentence and paragraph construction, to the essay. with limited introduction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience an by individual student in a selected topic of under English the direction of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 156 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 099 with a C or better or equivalent. Prerequisite: a Provides basic course in college reading and writing with individual at- tention to sentence structure, paragraph and essay and critical thinking skills. structure, grammar, 165 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 099 or equivalent. Prerequisite: Provides a basic course in technical the communication fundamentals of with written and attention verbal communication to in business and industry. 193 Associate Degree Applicable 246A per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree better. of C or 201A with a grade ENGL Prerequisite: Presents a survey of their against writers British major of British study the Introduces century. the18th literature from the Middle Ages historical through backgrounds. Such writers as Chaucer, Spenser, Jonson, Donne, Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden, Swift, Pope, Johnson, and Boswell will be studied. CSU; UC. Transfer: 246B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 201A with a C or better. Pre-requisite: Presents a survey of major British writers extending Wordsworth, from as writers such on focusing the century, 20th Romantic the through Period Browning, Arnold, Hopkins, Tennyson, Keats, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Woolf. Thomas, and Auden, Eliot, Lawrence, Yeats, CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 (Formerly ENGL 100) (Formerly (Formerly ENGL 46A) ENGL (Formerly ENGL 46B) (Formerly ENGL 56) (Formerly ENGL 65) (Formerly (Formerly ENGL 47) (Formerly ENGL 93) (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: into up Age Neo-classical the from literature European of survey a Presents the moderns of Major authors the include covered 20th Moliere, century. Racine, Voltaire, Rousseau, Goethe, Flaubert, Ibsen, Tolstoy, Chekhov, and Camus. Kafka, Sarte, Baudelaire, Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 244B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better. a grade ENGL 201A with Prerequisite: up through a the from surveyearly literature Greeks of European Presents the Renaissance of the 15th and 16th thors centuries. covered Major include works Homer, Sophocles, and Aristophanes, Plato, au- Aristotle, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Dante, Roland,” of Song “The Catullus, Ovid, Virgil, and Cervantes. Machiavelli, Rabelais, Cellini, Erasmus, 244A Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 201A. enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Provides the opportunity for broadening a background student’s in gen- eral education and for providing study and practice in greater writing. depth Emphasis in is on discussion and analysis of subject matter, issues in the field. advancements to the field of study and current related only to students admitted to the honors program. Open 242H 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: ENGL 201A with a grade of C or better ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Presents an opportunity for creative literary expression and techniques in writing poems, emphasizes and/or short stories, and/or plays for infor- mal discussion and criticism by the class and by the instructor. Provides skills. talent and to practice writing one’s the opportunity to discover 231 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: ENGL 201A with a grade of C or better. ENGL 201A with a grade Prerequisite: Presents a survey of literature by women of from English-speaking the Middle Ages countries to the 21st with century, an emphasis on compar- ing historically oppressed women writers and lesbian writers) (including to those in the mainstream. include Authors covered African-American Phillis Wheatley, Anne Bradstreet, Mary Sojourner Wollstonecraft, Truth, Jane Harriet Austen, Beecher Stowe, Kate Anne Maya Sexton, Hurston, Neale Zora Woolf, Virginia Gertrude Stein, Chopin, Willa Cather, Alice Lorde, Audre Plath, Sylvia Morrison, Toni Rich, Angelou, Adrienne and Louie Erdrich. Walker, 217 per week 3.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable for evaluating films and literature emphasizing objective analysis and com- and analysis objective emphasizing literature and films evaluating for contrast. parison and CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly ENGL 31) (Formerly ENGL 42H) (Formerly ENGL 44A) (Formerly ENGL 44B) (Formerly (Formerly ENGL 17) ENGL (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 149

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE, READING, LEVEL 6 READING, LEVEL A SECOND LANGUAGE, ENGLISH AS BEGINNING LEVEL CONVERSATION LEVEL CONVERSATION INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CONVERSATION INTERMEDIATE BEGINNING LEVEL CONVERSATION BEGINNING LEVEL CONVERSATION 006B Prerequisite: Intermediate-level score on the oral component of the ESL placement on the oral score Intermediate-level Prerequisite: of C or test or completion of ESL 015 or 015A or 015B or 015C with a grade better. speaking and comprehension listening in skills communication on Focuses for speakers of other languages and enables the intermediate-level student to function in everyday English-speaking situations. students Prepares for ESL 035A, 035B or 035C. Focuses Focuses on basic communication skills in listening comprehension speaking and for speakers of other languages and enables the beginning-level student stu- to function in common English-speaking situations. Prepares dents for ESL 025A, 025B or 025C. 015C 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable test. component of the ESL placement on the oral score Beginning-level Prerequisite: Focuses on basic communication skills in listening comprehension speaking and for speakers of other languages and enables the beginning-level student stu- to function in common English-speaking situations. Prepares dents for ESL 025A, 025B or 025C. 025A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable of the ESL placement component on the oral score Intermediate-level Prerequisite: of C or test or completion of ESL 015 or 015A or 015B or 015C with a grade better. speaking and comprehension listening in skills communication on Focuses for speakers of other languages and enables the intermediate-level student to function in everyday English-speaking situations. students Prepares for ESL 035A, 035B or 035C. 025B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree completion of Level the ESL placement test or on score High-advanced Prerequisite: C or better. of 5 with a grade languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis on reading at the high-advanced level. 006A and ESL 015, ESL 025, or ESL 035. with ESL May concurrently be taken 015A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable of the ESL placement test. component on the oral score Beginning-level Prerequisite: Focuses on basic communication skills in listening comprehension speaking and for speakers of other languages and enables the beginning-level student stu- to function in common English-speaking situations. Prepares or 025C. dents for ESL 025A, 025B 015B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable test. component of the ESL placement on the oral score Beginning-level Prerequisite: (Formerly ESL 6B) ESL (Formerly (Formerly ESL 15A) (Formerly ESL 15B) (Formerly ESL 15C) (Formerly ESL 25A) (Formerly ESL 25B) (Formerly (6.0) (6.0) (6.0) (6.0) (6.0) (6.0) ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE, WRITING AND GRAMMAR, LEVEL 6 ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, LEVEL 5 ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, LEVEL 4 ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, LEVEL 3 ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, ESL READING, WRITING, AND GRAMMAR, LEVEL 2 ESL READING, WRITING, AND CONVERSATION GRAMMAR READING, WRITING, GUAGE ECOND LAN ENGLISH S Cuesta College Cuesta Associate Degree Non-Applicable on the ESL placement test or completion of Level score High-advanced Prerequisite: of C or better. 5 with a grade languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis on writing and grammar at May the be taken high-advanced concurrently level. with ESL 006B and ESL ESL 035. 015, ESL 025 or 006A per week 6.0 hours lecture Focuses on building English language skills for speakers of other languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis on reading, writing and grammar at the low-advanced with ESL 015, ESL 025 or ESL 035. be taken concurrently May level. Prerequisite: Low-advanced score on the ESL placement test or completion of ESL score Low-advanced Prerequisite: of C or better. 004 with a grade 005 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Focuses on building English language skills for speakers of other languages languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses - high-intermedi the at grammar and writing reading, on emphasis an with with ESL 015, ESL 025 or ESL 035. be taken concurrently May ate level. 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable on the ESL placement test or completion of score High-intermediate Prerequisite: of C or better. ESL 003 with a grade 004 Prerequisite: Low-intermediate score on the ESL placement test or successful comple- score Low-intermediate Prerequisite: of C or better. tion of ESL 002 with a grade languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis on reading, writing and grammar at the - low-intermedi with ESL 015, ESL 025 or ESL 035. be taken concurrently May ate level. 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 003 Prerequisite: High-beginning score on the ESL placement test or successful comple- on the ESL placement test or successful score High-beginning Prerequisite: of C or better. tion of ESL 001 with a grade languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis listening on and reading, writing, speaking at grammar, the high-beginning level. May be taken concurrently with ESL 015, ESL 025 or ESL 035. 002 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Focuses on building English language skills for speakers of other languages other of speakers for skills language English building on Focuses with an emphasis listening on and reading, speaking writing, grammar, at the beginning level. May be taken concurrently with ESL 015, ESL 025, or ESL 035. 6.0 hours lecture per week 6.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree Test. ESL Placement Prerequisite: 001 (Formerly ESL 3) (Formerly ESL 4) (Formerly ESL 5) (Formerly ESL 6A) (Formerly (Formerly ESL 1) ESL (Formerly ESL 2) (Formerly (0.5) (6.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) Cuesta College Cuesta ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH - LEVEL 5 ESL INTERMEDIATE ESL BEGINNING LITERACY - LEVEL 2 ESL BEGINNING HIGH - LEVEL 3 LOW - LEVEL 4 ESL INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE SKILLS LABORATORY - LANGUAGE SKILLS LABORATORY ENGLISH AS A SECOND ADVANCED AND STUDY SKILLS BEGINNING LITERACY ESL BEGINNING LITERACY—LEVEL 1 Provides students with basic skills Provides in English at the intermediate-low level through listening/speaking practice. Lifeskills, grammar, pronunciation, taught. are and culture government, history, vocabulary, 705 4.5 hours lecture per week level intermediate-high the at English in skills basic with students Provides through listening/speaking practice. Lifeskills, grammar, pronunciation, taught. are and culture government, history, vocabulary, 4.5 hours lecture per week The purpose of this students course pre-literate who is have ex- to provide with primarylanguage their in skills reading/writing no or limited tremely necessarybasic English successfully in everyday to function encounters. 702 4.5 hours lecture per week Provides students with basic skills at the beginning-low level in English through listening/speaking practice. Lifeskills, grammar, pronunciation, taught. are and culture government, history, vocabulary, 703 4.5 hours lecture per week Provides students with basic skills in English at the beginning-high level through listening/speaking practice. Lifeskills, grammar, pronunciation, taught. are and culture government, history, vocabulary, 704 4.5 hours lecture per week Advisory: 002B. ESL 002A and ESL Provides ESL students with specialized programs reading, designed vocabulary, listening to comprehension, improve pronunciation, grammar, idiomatic expression, conversation, word processing and writing level. intermediate at the 083 week 1.5 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Non-Applicable Advisory: 004A and ESL 004B. ESL Provides ESL students with specialized programs reading, designed vocabulary, listening to comprehension, improve pronunciation, grammar, idiomatic expression, conversation, word processing and writing level. advanced at the 090 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Advisory: ESL placement test. Develops students’ literacy and study skills. Focuses reading on and building writing basic skills with an emphasis word and on sentence formation, the classroom vocabulary, and alphabet, beginning spelling, lev- el grammar. Introduces students to skills essential for academic success. Topics include time management, materials organization, active ing, note listen- taking, test preparation, and understanding the college learning environment. 701 Associate Degree Non-Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ESL 103) (Formerly ESL 90) (Formerly ESL 701) (Formerly ESL 702) (Formerly ESL 703) (Formerly ESL 704) (Formerly ESL 705) (Formerly (0.5) (0.5) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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1.5 hours laboratory per week 082 Prerequisite: ESL placement test. Prerequisite: programs specialized with students Language Second a as English Provides designed to improve reading, vocabulary, listening comprehension, - pro nunciation, grammar, idiomatic expression, conversation, and writing at for two sections of lab. may register Students NOTE: the beginning level. 1.5 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 081 (Formerly ESL 93) (Formerly Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Prerequisite: Advanced-level score on the oral component of the ESL placement test component of the ESL placement on the oral score Advanced-level Prerequisite: of C or better. with a grade or completion of ESL 025 or 025A or 025B or 025C Focuses on communication skills in listening comprehension and speak- ing for speakers of other languages and enables dent to the function in academic, professional and everyday English-speaking advanced-level stu- situations. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 035C Prerequisite: Advanced-level score on the oral component of the ESL placement test component of the ESL placement on the oral score Advanced-level Prerequisite: of C or better. with a grade or completion of ESL 025 or 025A or 025B or 025C Focuses on communication skills in listening comprehension and speak- ing for speakers of other languages and enables dent to the function in academic, professional and everyday English-speaking advanced-level stu- situations. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 035B Prerequisite: Advanced-level score on the oral component of the ESL placement test component on the oral score Advanced-level Prerequisite: of C or better. or 025A or 025B or 025C with a grade or completion of ESL 025 Focuses on communication skills in listening comprehension and speak- ing for speakers of other languages and enables dent to the function in academic, professional and everyday English-speaking advanced-level stu- situations. 035A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Focuses on communication skills in listening comprehension and speaking and comprehension listening in skills communication on Focuses for speakers of other languages and enables the intermediate-level student to function in everyday English-speaking situations. students Prepares for ESL 035A, 035B or 035C. Prerequisite: Intermediate-level score on the oral component of the ESL placement component of on the oral score Intermediate-level Prerequisite: of C or grade or 015B or 015C with a of ESL 015 or 015A test or completion better. 025C per week 3.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly ESL 102 (Formerly (Formerly ESL 101) (Formerly (Formerly ESL 35C) (Formerly (Formerly ESL 35B) (Formerly (Formerly ESL 25C) ESL (Formerly ESL 35A) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 151

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 FAMILY, RELATIONSHIPS AND INTIMACY RELATIONSHIPS FAMILY, OF WOMEN PATTERNS DEVELOPMENTAL PARENTING LIFE SPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: ACROSS THE LIFE ETHNIC IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT SPAN 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents background for understanding parent-child relationships in the changing social environment. Examines common problems in child - rear ing and emphasizes development of a philosophy of parenthood and de- behavior. parenting of effective velopment CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 214 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. intimate of concepts cross-cultural and psychological sociological, Presents relationships and the family unit. on Focuses diversity within and the de- velopment of committed relationships and the family unit. Emphasizes intimacy dynamics, communication processes, and assessment of tionality and wellness. func- CSU; UC. Transfer: 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Studies the biological, social, and on central issues affecting women. the lifespan. Focuses through emotional development of women FMST 212 of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 215). 216 212 Applicable Associate Degree Advisory: ENGL 156. Integrates the physical, social, emotional and cognitive aspects of human development throughout the lifespan. Discusses the developmental tasks facing people at various points in the life cycle. Explores the interaction way and social cultural institutions shape the development of the DS 1. indi- requirements: XXII Title vidual. Meets FMST 212 of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 215). 213 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Interrogates the relationship and psychosocial development between of major ethnic ethnic Latino/a Americans, groups Asian Americans, Euro-Americans, and multi-ethnic (Native identity People, development - develop human in grounded theories Applies U.S. the within Americans) ment/behavioral sciences to analyze ethnic identity development and its impact on self-concept, self-esteem, consciousness, and - interpersonal rela tionships across the life span. Examines research methodologies and find- ings on ethnic identity formation and psycho-social development across the life span. Examines how socio-cultural forces and identity politics in- fluence the developmentof selfhood and the accomplishment of- psycho tasks. social developmental (Formerly FAMST 12) FAMST (Formerly per week 3.0 hours lecture 13) FAMST (Formerly 14) FAMST (Formerly 15) FAMST (Formerly 16) FAMST (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) Y STUDIES INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES LIFE MANAGEMENT CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY CHILD, FAMILY ESL FOR SOCIAL COMMUNICATION U. S. CITIZENSHIP ESL ADVANCED - LEVEL 6 - LEVEL ESL ADVANCED MIL FA Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. an overview and history of the human services,Presents with emphasis on the groups needing services in contemporary society. Acquaints students with career opportunities in, and the education and job requirements of services.the different 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Life Management provides individuals with skills for understanding and now society in effectively function to resources external and internal using and in the future. Major topics covered in the course include: the effects and standards, on values, trends and future of cultural forces and conflict stress, goals; skills for decision making, time, personal energy, management; and techniques for improving self-esteem and self-under- relationships. clarification, and interpersonal standing, values Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 205 Prerequisite: ENGL 156 Prerequisite: the emphasizing contemporaryin living family of patterns society, Studies varying roles and interaction of family members and factors which affect family life. Discusses cultural, social, economic, racial, and ethnic differ- child and emphasizes on the developing ences. Focuses the influences of family andSame community. as ECE 202.Title Meets DS 2. XXII requirements: 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Focuses Focuses on conversational American work and strategies social settings. This multi-level ESL for course includes discussions appropriate about cross-cultural factors in communication and social cus- interaction in toms and practices. 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 VESL 702, or equivalent or Advisory: High) of ESL 703 (Beginning Completion language skills. 708 3.0 hours lecture per week Designed to provide non-U.S. citizens with federal and an state system of government in-depth and the U. study S. Constitution. This of the class will also prepare students for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration and oral interview. Service process application 707 706 per week 4.5 hours lecture through level advanced the at English in skills basic with students Provides listening/speaking practice. Lifeskills, grammar, pronunciation, - vocabu taught. are and culture government, history, lary, (Formerly FAMST 2) FAMST (Formerly 5) FAMST (Formerly 10) FAMST (Formerly (Formerly ESL 706) ESL (Formerly ESL 707) (Formerly ESL 708) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta EVALUATION APPAREL ELEMENTARY EDUCATION INTERNSHIP EDUCATION ELEMENTARY INTRODUCTION TO FASHION TEXTILES BASIC INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING SKILLS BASIC INTERVIEWING STUDIES SPECIAL TOPIC FAMILY INTRODUCTION TO HOME VISITATION DISING SHION DESIGN & MERCHAN FA Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 214 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Analyzes components of apparel and related fashion accessories. Develops techniques for quality comparison. evaluation CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193B laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Explores the fashion industry and careers related to design, production, of fashion products. and merchandising CSU. Transfer: 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces fibers, yarns, fabric constructions, and finishestextile selection, uses, and care; provides experiences in textile testing and affect which product textile consumer to science textile relates and identification; fabric as ID 212. selection. Same Advisory: FMST 210. Presents theories, skills, techniques, and legal and ethical practices damental fun- to client treatment and case management with an emphasis on working with the chemically dependent individual. Includes assessment, diagnosis, development and implementation of treatment plans within a of settings. variety CSU. Transfer: 280 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 210. FMST Presents and develops basic competency in one-on-one counseling skills relevant to the helping professions with emphasis on motivational inter- on emphasis strong a Places approaches. empowerment client and viewing professional ethics and boundaries. Skills may be applied in counseling, and interpersonal settings. mediation, negotiation CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193A (Formerly FAMST 80) FAMST (Formerly 93A) FAMST (Formerly 93B) FAMST (Formerly FDM 10) (Formerly FDM 12) (Formerly FDM 14) (Formerly (Formerly FAMST 93) FAMST (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 279 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable ENGL 156. Prerequisite: Examines common patterns of family structure correlated with and substance abuse and functioning addiction including often the major types of family systems and dynamics. Reviews basic clinical practice including therapeutic approaches, skills, and techniques for effective and the family system. modalities for both individuals and treatment intervention 278 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. use, the on perspectives sociological and psychological, historical, Explores abuse, and social control of drugs.psychoactive in depth Presents analysis of the theoretical models of the biopsychosocial nature of addiction, the dynamics of addiction, the impact of addiction on children, families and society with emphasis on special populations, and the addiction counseling profession. approaches, and prevention contemporary treatment 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 270 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of family of an instructor. direction studies under the 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 247 Provides an introduction to the rapidly changing fieldProvides of gerontology -the study of aging. Aging and the end of life are explored from a multidisci- plinary perspective that views aging as not only a psychological, biological, emotional and social but process. Includes the also effect on family a members, ways of adapting living and working environments, and deci- sions that need to be made to prepare for death. Introduces local, state, and federal programs that can assist in meeting the needs of the aged and their families. students Provides with tools to better prepare for their par- later years. and their own ents’ 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 220 Advisory: ENGL 156. - psychologi and psychological, social, complex the of overview an Presents cal aspects of human Examines sexuality. responsible use of sexuality as a part of life adjustment. 218 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly FAMST 79) FAMST (Formerly (Formerly FAMST 70) FAMST (Formerly 78) FAMST (Formerly (Formerly FAMST 18) FAMST (Formerly 20) FAMST (Formerly (Formerly FAMST 47) FAMST (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 153

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 VISUAL MERCHANDISING AND DISPLAY DESIGN AND INDEPENDENT STUDIES: FASHION MERCHANDISING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT APPAREL BUYING FASHION PROMOTION FASHION centuries. Includes sociological, technological, economic, cultural, affecting the design. political factors and 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: FDM 214. Explores the dynamic facets of Apparel Product Development from Line garment silhouettes, fabrica- Evaluates Production. through Development tion, construction, and quality. Demonstrates how to develop a Materials, Cost Bill Sheets, of and SpecificationSheets. Presents sizing, fit, and options. sourcing CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 240 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156 and FDM 215. Presents a study of the visual approach to selling with how Includes and emphasis a why brief of contemporaryhistorydisplay. of display, on the visual merchandising, art principles, and sales theory. Experience in de- signing and constructing strategies to visual displays for merchandising image. sales and store increase CSU. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of fashion design or fashion of an instructor. under the direction merchandising CSU. Transfer: 260 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 230 per week 3.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable 123SI. 123 or MATH Advisory: 156 and MATH ENGL Principles of buying for resale in independent stores, mer- fashion for buying department Includes buying. centralized with stores stores chain and chandise, staples, hard and soft merchandise lines, merchandise planning - merchan pricing, regulations, trade legal relations, resource selection, and dise management and control. Emphasizes quantitative techniques as merchandising applied to pricing, mark-downs, discounts, stock control, and balance sheets. budgets, income statements CSU. Transfer: 235 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Principles of fashion promotion and coordination. Study of the - psychol ogy of fashion, functions of the fashion coordinator and techniques and procedures for presenting fashion. Observation and participation in area of the Studies the functions fashion of industry. fashion coordinators an and wholesale fields. in retail and directors (Formerly FDM 30) FDM (Formerly FDM 35) (Formerly FDM 40) (Formerly FDM 60) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 47) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 20TH CENTURY TRENDS AND DESIGNS 20TH CENTURY HISTORY OF FASHION: CLASSIC THROUGH 19TH OF FASHION: HISTORY CENTURY ANALYSIS FASHION COMMERCIAL FASHION DESIGN COMMERCIAL FASHION ILLUSTRATION FASHION AND COLOR THEORY DESIGN ANALYSIS Cuesta College Cuesta Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the evolution of apparel and accessory styles from the late 19th century through the present. Explores the relationship of recurring style trends between decades within the century as well as any from previous 226 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: A survey of the evolution of apparel and accessory styles from the classic civilizations, medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and the various periods of the 19th Century. Emphasizes the relationship of recurring styles of the past to contemporary trends. Includes the impact of sociological, techno- logical, economic and political factors on fashion. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 225 Advisory: ENGL 156. Studies the psychological and sociological significance of clothing styles. Applies elements and principles of design of apparel and figure types to image. a desired project 20 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: FDM 216. Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study of fashion design plied to the as commercial apparel Presents the industry. concept ap- of design- ing collections or coordinated groups of themed designs. A wide variety to fashion related solving problems applications will be utilized of creative design. Students will create original fashions using a croquis. Developing specifications is also explored. flats for commercial Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 218 Presents Presents techniques of using “quick sketch” pencil, pen, art markers, and watercolors. Students will also learn how to show fabric texture and - pat tern in their finished drawings which may become portfolio. part of their design 216 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents the design elements and principles as they apply to interior de- sign, clothing, textiles, jewelry and accessories. Includes a wide variety of creative applications with special emphasis on color theory and use. Same as ID 215. 215 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly FDM 26) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 18) (Formerly FDM 25) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 20) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 15) FDM (Formerly FDM 16) (Formerly (4.0) (4.0) (4.0) (2.0) (4.0) (2.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta FRENCH REVIEW BEGINNING FRENCH CONVERSATION AND READING BEGINNING FRENCH CONVERSATION AND READING FRENCH CONVERSATION INDEPENDENT STUDIES: FRENCH FRENCH FRENCH including cultural vignettes, Language prose, and laboratory poetry. prac- tice is required. 263 3.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable FR 201 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents a topic-centered review of French structures through comprehension, interactive activities and compositions. Cultural readings listening include an historical perspective to contrast with the contemporary and authentic literary selections. Language laboratory practice, including use is required. and the Internet, of the CD-ROMs CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 110 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Emphasizes basic vocabulary and pronunciations needed to converse in will Students also French. develop listening comprehension, reading skills Language cultures. and and knowledge understanding of French-speaking laboratory practice required. 120 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable FR 201 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents intensive practice of oral communication also skills. develop reading Students strategies will to access authentic cultural Language laboratory information. practice is required. 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for in-depth study by an individual student in a an instructor. of under the direction selected topic of French CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3 1.0 hours laboratory) week: (4.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable FR 202 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of FR 202 with more intensive, practice in grammatical structures including topic-centered the subjunctive, future, con- ditional, past conditional and past perfect tenses. Practice includes group discussions, cultural readings from the French-speaking world including - presenta oral and poetry, and prose advanced more and vignettes, cultural tions in French. CSU; UC. Transfer: 204 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable FR 203 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents a topic-centered, in-depth study of French structures at an termediate level - in through interactive activities, extensive readings and au- thentic and recordings, compositions. learn Students to deal orally and in lab use is required. written form with complex situations. 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FRENCH Prerequisite: FR 201 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of FR 201 with intensive, tice topic-centered in prac- listening comprehension, language acquisition, conversations and composition. Selected cultural readings from the French-speaking world 202 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable with contemporaryFrench in course topic-based introductory, an Presents an emphasis on listening language comprehension, acquisition, oral inter- action, culture-centered reading and writing basic Social and French. cul- tural aspects of the world French-speaking are presented along with some of the most essential forms, structures and vocabulary Language laboratory practice required. in the language. 201 193A laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CSU. Transfer: Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: FDM 218 Prerequisite: Preparation of a fashion design Portfolio portfolio and contents based and on research and apparel analysis of collection industry trends flats. formats and techniques. and utilizing professional 270 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Presents Presents the flat pattern methodon bodices, collars, sleeves, of pattern skirts, pants, designing and selected design Develops variations. an with emphasis understanding of pattern adjustments, garment fitting, and the use of fabric grain. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 263. FDM Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 165 Provides Provides lecture, demonstration, and laboratory experience in the tech- niques of garment construction. Includes sewing equipment use and care, pattern selection and adjustments, and garment fitting construct will one garment. at least Students and alterations. 263 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly FR 2) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 70) (Formerly FDM 93A) (Formerly FR 1) (Formerly (Formerly FDM 63) FDM (Formerly FDM 65) (Formerly FDM 93) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (4.0) (4.0) (4.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 155

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 GERMAN GEOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC APPLIED METHODS IN OCEANOGRAPHY GERMAN ELEMENTARY GERMAN SCIENCE FIELD STUDIES GEOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES GEOLOGICAL SCIENCE GERMAN Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 203 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable GER 202 or equivalent Prerequisite: Reviews grammar, including discussion of grammatical features beyond the elementary level including intensive oral and written drills in idiom- 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193A 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 201 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable contemporarylanguage to introduction German topic-centered a Presents and culture. will Students achieve basic functional proficiency in oral and written communication skills and develop knowledge and ing of understand- German-speaking cultures based on social and historical contexts. Language laboratory practice is required. CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable GER 201 or equivalent Prerequisite: practice intensive topic-centered with 201 GER of continuation a Presents of oral and written communication skills. Students will develop strategies to access authentic cultural information including prose, poetry and cur- Language laboratory events. rent practice is required. Advisory: ENGL 156. geol- physical and historical of the principles and processes the Introduces ogy of California. CSU; UC. Transfer: 229A hours lecture, 40.0 hours laboratory) 49.0 hours per week: (9.0 Associate Degree Applicable 210, GEOL 211 or in GEOL enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: GEOL 220 Presents an on-site field study area. Valley and Owens Caldera, Valley Long Basin, Yosemite,of Sierra the Nevada, Mono CSU; UC. Transfer: 229B Associate Degree Applicable in GEOL 210, GEOL 211 or enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: GEOL 220 Presents an on-site field area. studyValley desert, and the Death fault, Mojave Andreas of Transversethe Ranges, central CSU; UC. San Transfer: (Formerly GEOL 29A) GEOL (Formerly GEOL 29B) (Formerly 40.0 hours laboratory) lecture, (9.0 hours 49.0 hours per week: GEOL 93A) (Formerly GER 1) (Formerly GER 2) (Formerly GER 3) (Formerly (Formerly GEOL 93) (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) GEOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA GEOLOGIC HAZARDS, MAN, AND THE ENVIRONMENT HISTORICAL GEOLOGY PHYSICAL GEOLOGY CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY CULTURAL PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY FRENCH SPECIAL TOPIC FRENCH SPECIAL GEOLOGY PHY GEOGRA Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 220 Studies geologic hazards as they relate to human interaction with the envi- the with interaction human to relate they as hazards geologic Studies ronment. Emphasizes the cause of earthquakes, their recording, location, volca- and subsidence, landslides, flooding, covers Also measurement. and nic hazards. Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 212 Presents Presents the theory of the origin and evolution of the earth and its forms; life- emphasizing the tectonic development of North America and its time. through biological evolution 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or 123 or MATH and MATH GEOL 210 or equivalent Prerequisite: for ENGL 201A. Advisory:equivalent Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 211 Prerequisite: MATH 123 or MATH 123SI 123 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. the concepts Introduces and principles upon which geologic is knowledge based including the composition, structure, and description of the earth’s and features. external and internal processes 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 210 - environ cultural the of elements basic the with interaction human Studies ment. Includes language, religion, and economy, other cultural phenom- ena and their patterns of distribution. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Studies human interaction with the basic elements of the physical envi- patterns their and landforms, soils, vegetation, climate, Includes ronment. of distribution. 201 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193 Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. (Formerly GEOL 20) (Formerly (Formerly GEOL 10) (Formerly GEOL 11) (Formerly GEOL 12) (Formerly per week 3.0 hours lecture (Formerly GEOG 1) (Formerly GEOG 2) (Formerly (Formerly FR 93) (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta Y OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS HISTORY HEALTH ASPECTS OF DRUG USE HEALTH HEALTH MULTICULTURAL SPECIAL TOPIC EDUCATION HEALTH WOMEN’S HEALTH ISSUES HEALTH WOMEN’S AID AND CPR (CARDIOPULMONARY FIRST STANDARD RESUSCITATION) HISTOR Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 203A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility with associated problems health major the of analysis depth in an Presents the use, misuse, and abuse of drugs including herbs/plants, performance and controlled, designer drugs. prescription, enhancing, over-the-counter, Emphasizes the metabolism of drugs, drug-drug and herb addiction from an interactions, age, and gender, ethnic perspective, and the impact of of cultures. substance use and abuse on a variety CSU; UC. Transfer: 208 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the major health problems facing non-dominant/minority eth- variations. biological and assimilation, acculturation, to related groups nic Various health beliefs systems, folk remedies, health practices, and tudes atti- toward health will be analyzed to promote prejudice reduction and understanding of cultural differences. Avariety of non-traditional and- ex periential teaching/learning strategies will be used to examine alternative to healthy lifestyles. approaches HEED 202, of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 203 and 208). 193 203 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility major health Presents issues of special significance to women cross cultur- chronic of prevention the in trends current on placed be will Emphasis ally. and image, body positive a of promotion the disorders, health and diseases access of obstacles cultural significant of Identification self-empowerment. health for care women’s by non-dominant groups are presented. In addi- tion, traditional, as well as, experiential and cooperative teaching/learning strategies will be used to explore the application and practices. individual health beliefs of lifestyle changes to HEED 202, of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 203 and 208). 204 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility information and Presents training in the immediate and temporary emer- gency care in case of accident or illness. Prepares the student for first-aid certificate examinations. and C.P.R. (Formerly HEED 3) HEED (Formerly HEED 4) (Formerly HEED 6) (Formerly HEED 8) (Formerly HIST 3A) (Formerly (Formerly HEED 93) (Formerly (4.0) (3.0) (4.0) (4.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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ION H EDUCAT HEALT Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of one course between HEED 202, of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 203 and 208). Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility - pre the emphasizing topics, health major of survey broad-based a Presents vention of chronic conditions, promotion of health and fitness- through out the lifespan, and the application of current trends in health to affect behavior and lifestyle changes in the student. Health from examples relevant using issues perspective multi-dimensional a from cussed will be dis- a variety of diverse populations, including predominant ethnic minority groups. 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Provides an Provides opportunity for in-depth study by an individual student in a of an instructor. under the direction selected topic of German CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. 247 Prerequisite: GER 201, GER 110 or equivalent Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of GER 110 with intensive practice of oral - com munication skills. Students will also develop reading strategies to access authentic cultural information. Language laboratory practice is required. 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 120 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (4.0 Associate Degree Applicable converse to needed skills vocabularypronunciations basic and Emphasizes in German. Students will also develop listening comprehension, reading skills and knowledge and understanding of Language laboratory practice required. German-speaking cultures. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 110 Prerequisite: GER 203 or equivalent Prerequisite: A continuation of GER 203 with extensive practice in composition, con- versation, and comprehension, with readings from classical and contem- porary writers and with language laboratory practice. 204 1.0 hours laboratory) week: (4.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable atic construction, composition, conversation, cultural readings and lan- guage laboratory practice. CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly GER 20) (Formerly HEED 2) (Formerly (Formerly GER 4) GER (Formerly GER 10) (Formerly GER 47) (Formerly GER 93) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 157

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 HISTORY OF THE FAR EAST OF THE FAR HISTORY OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY OF AFRICAN CIVILIZATION HISTORY AMERICA OF LATIN HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA HISTORY OF THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the history of Africa from antiquity to the present. the Emphasizes ancient African kingdoms, societies, and cultures before Arabic and European invasions. Studies the impact of European colonization lead- ing to contemporary African demands for self-determination and nation- building. CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the major social and cultural events scent of people north of of Mexican Mexico. de- Presents their history background of Hispanic-Mexican in history. Emphasizes the relation history to of the the broad since 1848. States United Southwest CSU; UC. Transfer: 219 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the social, political, and economic history of China, Japan, and other Asian countries. Emphasizes themes and concepts resulting in the States. to the United they relate East and how of the Far problems current CSU; UC. Transfer: 233 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the political, economic and social history of the Afro-Americans contribu- the on emphasis with present the centuryto 17th early the from to American culture. tions of Afro-Americans CSU; UC. Transfer: 235 208B per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Advisory: ENGL 156. Examines the rise of Latin American social, economic stitutions and from political the Age in- of Independence to the present. Emphasizes the trends and themes which compose a collective Latin American historical identity. CSU; UC. Transfer: 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Introduces the concepts and California. Emphasizes issues the physical environment, the that indigenous Indian have shaped culture, the Hispanic culture, and the the American culture. Analyzes - politi history of cal, social, and economic factors. CSU; UC. Transfer: 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly HIST 8B) HIST (Formerly HIST 10) (Formerly HIST 10) (Formerly HIST 19) (Formerly HIST 33) (Formerly HIST 35) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA OF LATIN HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS HISTORY Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Examines the colonial history of Latin America from discovery to inde- pendence in 1821. Emphasizes the impact of European and - non-Europe review a Includes culture. American Latin distinctive a to contributions an cultures. World African, and New European, of pre-1492 208A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. the States political, Surveys social and cultural of development the United from 1865 to the present. Emphasizes those developments the American way of life. conditioned and characterized which have Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 207B Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents a survey of the political, economic, social and cultural - develop to 1865 with States emphasis on development which ments of the United the American way of life. conditioned and characterized have 207A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the history of Western Civilization from the well as methodology historical Emphasizes present. the to (1603) England Stuart dynasty in as the physical environment, religious beliefs, and social, economic factors. political, and 204B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: ENGL 156. Surveys the history of Civilization Western from Mesopotamia (ca. 3000 B.C.) to the Elizabethan age (1603 A.D.). Emphasizes historical - method eco- and political social, and beliefs, religious environment, physical ology, Civilization. Western antecedents of the diverse nomic factors. Explores 204A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Surveys the major world civilizations from the early sixteenth century to the present. Explores the people, ideas, and events that have shaped the modern world, including the social economic, and political institutions to the human experience. made significant contributions that have Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 203B Surveys the Surveys major world civilizations from antiquity to the early sixteenth century. Explores the people, ideas, and events that have shaped the an- cient world, including the social, economic, and political institutions that human experience. contributions to the made significant have (Formerly HIST 8A) (Formerly (Formerly HIST 4B) (Formerly HIST 7A) (Formerly HIST 7B) (Formerly (Formerly HIST 3B) (Formerly HIST 4A) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta INDUSTRY SUPERVISION IN THE HOSPITALITY LAW HOSPITALITY FOOD AND BEVERAGE OPERATIONS FRONT OFFICE OPERATIONS MARKETING AND SALES HOSPITALITY HOUSEKEEPING OPERATIONS ITY HOSPITAL 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility Provides the skills necessary to successfully supervise a Beverage Department. hotel Includes department Food responsibilities and and staff su- pervision issues in addition to the knowledge and practices of of food a and beverage variety operations including menu development, food and services,beverage scheduling and costs control. 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility Provides students with the competencies necessary to successfully super- the of responsibilities the Presents hotel. a of operations housekeeping vise departmentsthe hotel and other to relation in Department Housekeeping skills necessary to supervise housekeeping and laundry staff. 120 laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility Introduction supervisory skills necessary in the hospitality industry such as effective communications, training, coaching, evaluating, disciplining, application. study and practical and managing conflict, through 125 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility Presents a wide range of laws regulating hotel responsibilities to rights. and employee guest rights, hotel facility regulations, guests, 130 has served as a model for other nations and that the rights and freedoms we enjoy are not accidents, but the results of defined setof political prin- ciples that are not always basic to citizens understand that our rights of under the U.S. Constitution are a other precious in- countries. Students citizenry educated an and preservationon their depends for that heritance protection. 105 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. 156 and employment for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Provides knowledge and skills to supervise a hotel front office including reservations, registration, check-out, accounting, settlement, and security, application. study and practical audits through 110 laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the student to effective sales and customer service techniques strategies, pricing data, serviceas areas such in behavior, guest encounters, selling and entrepreneurship. 115 (Formerly HOSP 5) (Formerly HOSP 10) (Formerly HOSP 15) (Formerly HOSP 20) (Formerly HOSP 25) (Formerly HOSP 30) (Formerly (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS U.S. HISTORY HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS WORLD HISTORY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: HISTORY HISTORY OF THE ROLE OF WOMEN HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN HISTORY

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20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.Students study the major turning points in American history in the twentieth Following century. a review of the nation’s Enlightenment beginnings on US democratic and ideals, students the build upon impact the tenth of grade study the of global industrialization to understand the emergence and impact of new technology and a corporate including economy, the social and cultural effects. They trace the change in the ethnic composition of American society; the movement toward equal rights for racial minorities An as a major world power. States and women; and the of role the United emphasis is placed on the expanding role of the federal government and and individual the between tension continuing the as well as courts federal the state. Students consider the major social problems of trace our their time causes and in historical events. They learn that theUnited States 402 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.Students study major turning points that shaped the modern world, from the late eigh- two of course and cause the including present, the century teenth through world wars. They trace the rise of democratic ideas and develop an under- standing of the historical roots of current world issues, especially as they pertain to international Theyrelations. extrapolate from the American ex- perience that democratic ideals are often achieved at a high price, remain not practiced everywhere in the world. vulnerable, and are them relate and issues world current of understanding an develop Students to their historical, geographic, political, economic, and cultural contexts. Students consider multiple accounts of events in order to understand in- of perspectives. a variety from ternational relations Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 401 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of history under the direction of an instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: for which the study is undertaken. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 Advisory: 156. ENGL Surveys place woman’s historically and sociologically in specific cultures throughout the ages. Assesses how womankind is perceived in her status, limitations, role, and opportunities in various historic and periods and one person to another. from the dynamics of change in role analyzes 239 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156 or equivalent. Advisory: Eligibility Surveys the social, political, economic, and cultural history of women in America from pre-European Native American societies through the late twentieth century, with particular emphasis on in America. and equality women and their struggles for justice, power, the marginalization of 237 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly HIST 401) (Formerly HIST 402) (Formerly (Formerly HIST 37) HIST (Formerly HIST 39) (Formerly (Formerly HIST 47) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) 159

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 INTERIOR DESIGN INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE TOURS II AND III HISTORY OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS HISTORY INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE TOUR I INTERIOR DESIGN 210 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. an overview Presents of interior design as a profession. Includes the basics 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours 204. 203, ART Advisory: 210, ART SPCH 201A, HIST 207B, HIST Presents basic concepts and techniques of historical interpretation as em- ployed at Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument. Students will be trained as historical guides employing Hearst San Simeon Monument as the resource to be interpreted. Students will be introduced to the col- lection, the architecture, and the people who comprise environment of the the Hearst Monument. Students will interpretive spend time in both a traditional classroom and on site at the Hearst Monument. The course will require students demonstrate their competence in both written and oral forms in the subject areas including but not limited to Art History, Architecture, Social History of the 1920s and 30s, and the mission and purposes of California State Parks as Tour I these specifically Monument; State Simeon topics apply to Hearst San 561 laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours HUMN 160 OR HUMN 560 Prerequisite: Presents basic concepts and techniques of historical interpretation as em- ployed at Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument. Students will be trained as historical guides employing Hearst San Simeon Monument as the resource to be interpreted. Students will be introduced to the col- lection, the architecture, and the people who comprise environment of the the Hearst Monument. Students will interpretive spend time in both a traditional classroom and on site at the Hearst Monument. The course will require students demonstrate their competence in both written and oral forms in the subject areas including but not limited to Art History, Architecture, Social History of the 1920s and 30s, and the mission and purposes of California State Parks as Tours II and III. these specifically Monument; State Simeon topics apply to Hearst San a traditional classroom and on site at the Hearst Monument. he will course require students demonstrate their competence in both written and oral forms in the subject areas including but not limited to Art History, Architecture, Social History of the 1920s and 30s, and the mission and purposes of California State Parks as and III. Tours II these specifically Monument; State Simeon topics apply to Hearst San 218 Associate Degree Applicable 156 is recommended. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the history of visual and performing arts. The main objective of this course is to increase understanding of painting, sculpture, theatre, and music and their roles in society. Thestudents will explorestyles different and types of works of cultural production eras, from and various locations. cultures, Students will demonstrate an understanding basic elements of these art forms of and apply this to knowledge analyze and the evaluate works of art. Particular emphasis will be placed on of the arts of the value to the individual and society. and interpretations discussions CSU. Transfer: 560 (Formerly HUMAN 118) (Formerly 1.0 hours laboratory) lecture, (3.0 hours 4.0 hours per week: HUMAN 560) (Formerly HUMAN 561) (Formerly INTDES 10) (Formerly (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE TOURS II AND III INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE TOUR I (2.0) INTERPRETIVE GUIDE TRAINING HEARST CASTLE HOSPITALITY SPECIAL TOPICS HOSPITALITY HOSPITALITY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: HOSPITALITY TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SKILLS HOSPITALITY AND LOSS PREVENTION SECURITY HOSPITALITY HUMANITIES Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable HUMN 560 HUMN 160 OR Prerequisite: Presents basic concepts and techniques of historical interpretation as em- ployed at Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument. Students will be trained as historical guides employing Hearst San Simeon Monument as there source to be interpreted. Students will be introduced to the col- lection, the architecture, and the people who comprise environment of the the Hearst Monument. Students will interpretive spend time in both 161 (Formerly HUMAN 60) (Formerly laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 204. 203, ART Advisory: 210, ART SPCH 201A, HIST 207B, HIST Presents basic concepts and techniques of historical interpretation as em- ployed at Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument. Students will be trained as historical guides employing Hearst San Simeon Monument as the resource to be interpreted. Students will be introduced to the col- lection, the architecture, and the people who comprise environment of the the Hearst Monument. Students will interpretive spend time in both a traditional class room and on site at the Hearst Monument. The course will require students demonstrate their competence in both written and oral forms in the subject areas including but not limited to Art History, Architecture, Social History of the 1920s and 30s, and the mission and purposes of California State Parks as Tour I these specifically Monument; State Simeon topics apply to Hearst San 160 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience - direc the under Hospitality of topic selected a in student individual an by tion of an instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 147 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable in the industry. 156 and employment for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Prepares students to assess training and development needs, mentor and train staff and evaluate training initiatives through study and practical ap- setting. plication in a hospitality 140 Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree the industry. in for ENGL 156 and employment Advisory: Eligibility hospitality address to strategies and systems security hospitality Introduces security concerns and emergency situations, through study and practical application. 135 (Formerly HUMAN 61) (Formerly (Formerly HOSP 35) HOSP (Formerly hours laboratory) 6.0 (1.0 hours lecture, week: 7.0 hours per HOSP 40) (Formerly HOSP 93) (Formerly (Formerly HOSP 47) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta AUTOCAD FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES OF FURNITURE: ANCIENT - DESIGN AND HISTORY 18TH CENTURY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DESIGN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Examines the development of furniture styles America from ancient times through of the Discusses the 18th - evo century. Western Europe and lution of design based on historical foundations. CSU. Transfer: 234 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable CIS 210 Prerequisite: Advisory: ID 219. Presents an introduction to computer aided drafting using the latest - ver sion of AutoCAD. This course emphasizes 2D architectural and interior design drafting will It on demonstrate the how to computer. correctly use the AutoCAD commands to complete a floor plan, demonstrate also elevations,will It drawing. sections, completed the print and plot to how and a library to develop draft interiors of buildings. how of templates used to CSU. Transfer: 135 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the business practices commonly found in the field of bothresi- dential and commercial interior design. Defines thevarious types of inte- rior design business formations. Examines methods of compensation for design services, project contract writing, billing, purchasing, management, and marketing, professional communication liability, skills. Explores the differentprofessional organizations and ethical practice. is placed on professional tests. Emphasis and the qualification 240 Presents Presents techniques of planning successful interior spaces in and commercial residential buildings. Evaluation of interior space for functions of lifestyle, workstyle, human factors, standard accesses, clearances, flow traffic andADA laws. Demonstratesthe process plans to beginning develop with viable space the schematic design drawing phase phase through using final common design presentation methods. Addresses free interiors, barrier space planning of kitchens and baths, and principles of interior lighting. the beginning CSU. Transfer: 228 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable ID 210 and ID 222 Prerequisite: 111. Advisory: CTCH Studies interior design as it relates to personal and plus business and public spaces. is Emphasis placed on the design process; family living spaces gathering information, analyzing the space, solving design problems and will be the Included to the problem. the solution presenting study of aspectsdifferent of homes and businesses such as space planning, scale, trafficflow, human factors, lighting, barrierfree design, codes and regulations, furnishings, appropriate fabrics, finishes and materials used structures. and commercial for residential CSU. Transfer: (Formerly INTDES 28) (Formerly INTDES 34) (Formerly INTDES 35) (Formerly INTDES 40) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

AND LIGHT PLANNING INTERIOR SPACE MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS OF INTERIOR DESIGN MATERIALS INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING RENDERING AND RAPID VISUALIZATION FOR INTERIOR RENDERING AND RAPID VISUALIZATION DESIGN AND COLOR THEORY DESIGN ANALYSIS TEXTILES

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5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable ID 210 Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 222 Prerequisite: ID 210 Prerequisite: 007. Advisory: ID 222 and MATH Demonstrates design. interior in used products and materials the Explores how to calculate the amount of merchandise that is needed to order place for an the materials and products. Applies design and to create drafting floor plans skills and an interior specification binder for residential a com- presentation professional and personal of variety a Examines project. munication skills. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 220 Presents Presents the tools and techniques for drafting for Interior Design includ- dimensioning, plans, ing: lettering, measuring techniques, scale problems, elevations and sections. Students will develop and draft commercial residential floor and plan, compose a drawing for furniture layout and specifications to accompany a full set of drawings. velop de- 219 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Co-requisite: ID 210 Co-requisite: Presents the methods, techniques and tools used for illustrating interior - produc and design rapid on placed emphasis an with products and spaces will texture and fabric shade, light, in techniques illustration Various tion. be practiced and assignments may become part of a design portfolio. 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 217 Advisory: ENGL 156. Presents the design elements and principles as they apply to interior de- sign, clothing, textiles, jewelry and accessories. Includes a wide variety of FDM as Same theory. color on emphasis special with applications creative 215. 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: 156. ENGL Introduces fibers, yarns, fabric constructions, and finishestextile selection, uses, and care; provides experiences in textile testing and which affect product textile consumer to science textile relates and identification; fabric as FDM 212. selection. Same 212 per week 3.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable of color and design elements necessary to plan functional, interiors. personalized CSU. Transfer: (Formerly INTDES 22) (Formerly (Formerly INTDES 17) (Formerly INTDES 19) (Formerly INTDES 20) (Formerly (Formerly INTDES 12) INTDES (Formerly INTDES 15) (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) (3.0) (3.0) 161

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 NEWS WRITING AND REPORTING INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION AND INTERIOR DESIGN FOR FASHION ILLUSTRATION FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS AUTOCAD EXCURSIONS INTERIOR DESIGN: CALIFORNIA INTERIOR DESIGN: EUROPEAN EXCURSIONS JOURNALISM Advisory: ENGL 156. a Presents survey of the field of journalism, media, and opportunities, in- cluding an introduction to journalism literature, news analysis, compari- son of journalistic styles, and an introduction to the writing and structure of news stories. CSU; UC. Transfer: 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours laboratory) 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours Advisory: ID 211. Emphasizes observations and techniques used to appreciate, evaluate, and sketch original art, decorative arts and design in museums, castles, manor houses, galleries, and showrooms, other historical sites in Airfare, Europe. food, accommodations, and other expenses will be the responsibility the students. of 201A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces techniques of news reporting and writing. Provides intensive practice in gathering and evaluating information and writing basic news stories. Considers ethical and legal aspects of publications. Concentrates on the lead and simple story types, organization and stories, and the language and style of journalism. structure of news CSU. Transfer: 201B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193H 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree 193J hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable CIS 210 Prerequisite: Advisory:219. ID Presents an introduction to computer aided drafting using the latest - ver sion of AutoCAD. This course emphasizes 2D architectural and interior design drafting will It on demonstrate the how to computer. correctly use the AutoCAD commands to complete a floor plan,demonstrate also elevations,will It drawing. sections, completed the print and plot to how and a library develop of templates used to draft interiors of buildings. howto 555 laboratory) 19.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 14.0 hours Advisory: ID 211. Emphasizes observations and techniques used to appreciate, evaluate, and sketch original art, decorative arts and/or attend seminars conducted by professionals in the design field.Excursions may include: museums, gal- leries, manufacturing facilities, showrooms, showcase houses and/or his- - responsibil the be will expenses other and Food California. in sites torical ity of the students. 560 (Formerly INTDES 93H) INTDES (Formerly 93J) INTDES (Formerly INTDES 555) (Formerly INTDES 560) (Formerly JOUR 1A) (Formerly JOUR 1B) (Formerly (2.0) (0.5) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) INTERIOR DESIGN EUROPE EXCURSIONS INTERIOR DESIGN: DESIGN AND HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN: DESIGN AND HISTORY FURNISHINGS INTERIOR DESIGN SPECIAL TOPIC INTERIOR DESIGN: EUROPEAN EXCURSIONS INTERIOR DESIGN: CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS INDEPENDENT STUDIES: INTERIOR DESIGN INDEPENDENT STUDIES: DESIGN AND HISTORY OF FURNITURE: 18TH - OF FURNITURE: HISTORY DESIGN AND 20TH CENTURY Cuesta College Cuesta 193G 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193C Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Emphasizes Emphasizes observations and techniques used to appreciate, evaluate, and sketch original art, decorative arts and design in museums, castles, manor houses, galleries, and showrooms, other historical sites in Airfare, Europe. food, accommodations, and other expenses will be the responsibility the students. of 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours laboratory) 36.0 hours per week: (9.0 hours lecture, 27.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ID 211. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 260 19.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 14.0 hours laboratory) 19.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 14.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ID 210 and ID 211. Emphasizes observations and techniques used to appreciate, evaluate, and sketch original art, decorative arts and/or attend seminars conducted by professionals in the design field.Excursions may include: museums, gal- leries, manufacturing facilities, showrooms, showcase houses and/or his- - responsibil the be will expenses other and Food California. in sites torical ity of the students. 255 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of interior design under the of an instructor. direction CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours laboratory per week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 247 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 210 is recommended. Design Interior Prerequisite: Examines the styles of furniture of Western Europe, Pacific Rim America, from and the the 18th through theseries 21st centuries. of Emphasizes complex historical the events, technology, fashion, aesthetics, social events and human needs that have affected the evolution of furniture and interior design. 245 (Formerly INTDES 93G) (Formerly (Formerly INTDES 55) (Formerly INTDES 60) (Formerly INTDES 93C) (Formerly (Formerly INTDES 45) INTDES (Formerly INTDES 93) (Formerly (Formerly INTDES 47) (Formerly (2.0) (2.0) (1.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) (3.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta CAMPUS PEER EDUCATOR PEER COUNSELING COMMUNITY INTERNSHIP JOURNALISM SPECIAL TOPIC JOURNALISM LEADERSHIP INDEPENDENT STUDIES: LEADER - ORIENTATION PEER EDUCATOR SHIP LEADER Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 256 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in LDER 253. enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: This course is designed for studentswho interested are been invited to be a campus peer education Peer educator. is a inleadership or who have program which takes the knowledge gained from LDER 253 and applies among all it healthy members in behaviors and a way wellness to promote College community. of the Cuesta CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 253 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable in ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent Peer Counseling is a practicum experience that helps to address positive mental health concepts. It prepares students to assist other students with issues and problems facing many college students, including self-accep- solving/decision making, and interpersonal tance, problem relationships. CSU. Transfer: 255 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: LEADER 253. Provides students the opportunity to explore - pro experience life Internship objectives. learning complete to students guide goals. Training helps vides a structured, on-the-job opportunity in a human elementary services school, and/or setting, college. Students also participate in a training at their on-site placement. program 193 Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 247 week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be an opportunityProvides for an in-depth study or skill development expe- the under Leadership of topic selected a in student individual an by rience of an instructor. direction CSU. Transfer: 250 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: LEADER 253. been have who or in interested are who students for designed is course This invited to be an orientation leader. Students will become knowledgeable in campus policies, procedures, and services. Leadership diversity theory, awareness and appreciation are also explored, as well as the psychological and personal issues facing college students. Students will have the oppor- tunity to lead group discussions, make and presentations, be trained to be as peer educators on campus. counselors, as well Days SLO (Formerly LEADER 50) (Formerly LEADER 53) (Formerly LEADER 56) (Formerly (Formerly JOUR 93) JOUR (Formerly LEADER 47) (Formerly LEADER 55) (Formerly (4.0) (4.0) (3.0) (4.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of journalism under - the direc tion of an instructor. 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility feature critical writing Introduces analysis techniques. of Presents markets for nonfiction articles and practice inresearch and preparation of articles for both magazines and newspapers. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 203 Involves Involves students in major hands-on editorial positions and leadership in using state-of-the-art computer technology to produce TheCuestonian, the student Continues newspaper. the study of all aspects of the newspa- per business. 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: JOUR 202B. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 202C Advisory: JOUR 202A. Involves students in puter technology editorial to produce “TheCuestonian,” positions the student newspaper. using Continues the study of all aspects of the newspaper business. state-of-the-art com- 202B laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: 156. ENGL Introduces hands-on preparatory news production using state-of-the-art Presents newspaper. student the Cuestonian,” “The produce to technology photog- writing, reporting, including business newspaper the of aspects all processing, word typesetting, editing, graphic design, composition, raphy, desk-top publishing, and distribution. layout, 202A hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents on-site studies of local, state, or national and/or government publications entities, and broadcasting stations. Students must pay proportional their part of the expenses resulting from and lodging. transportation, meals, 201C per week 18.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly JOUR 2B) (Formerly JOUR 2C) (Formerly JOUR 3) (Formerly (Formerly JOUR 47) (Formerly (Formerly JOUR 2A) (Formerly (Formerly JOUR 1C) JOUR (Formerly Courses Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 163

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION ESTATE LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING TORT AND INSURANCE LAW LEADERSHIP SPECIAL TOPIC LEADERSHIP SPECIAL INTRODUCTION TO LAW LEGAL Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 123 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 102B. PLGL with enrollment Advisory: ENGL 156, Concurrent Overview of the fundamental principles of estate planning and adminis- include tration. Topics estate administration, including probate - proceed ings and disposition of estates outside of probate, in preparation of wills, trusts, planning documents. and other estate Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of one course between BUS 218 and BUS of one course between UC, maximum credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 217). LGL 220 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility An introduction to the fundamental aspects of legal research depth analysis by of case an statutorylaw, and law, in- administrative law on both a federal and state level. will Students learn to locate authority relevant to briefs, concise and clear writing to applied is skill This issues. legal selected memoranda, and points and authorities employing the IRAC (issue, rule, analysis, conclusion) legal analytical formula. CSU. Transfer: 222 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. An introduction to the causes of action, include defenses, various intentional torts, major Topics neg- categories of tort and law. remedies in the compensation. and workers’ insurance law, ligence, strict liability, Evaluates Evaluates how purpose in life influences goals and leadership in a rapidly context the in commitments and responsibilities Analyzes world. changing of leadership for the common good and for purposeful change. Examines shape mutually participants and leaders how Explores potential. leadership community. an organization and/or of the environment CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline- of fering this course. 217 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces the student to the study of law and the interrelationship be- tween law and society as a whole. Addresses the fundamental but seem- ingly contradictory functions the law serves as an instrument of both so- plays law the role critical the examines Also change. social and control cial in conflictresolution, especially withregard to conflicts between majority the and evolution social impact Explores and in minority society. interests of different legal systems, competing sources of the law, and conflicting theories of the Integrates law. an examination of selected procedural and of the law areas with substantive a critical as analysis sources of these areas of social control, social change, and conflict mediation amongvarious so- cial groups. (Formerly LEGAL 17) (Formerly LEGAL 20) (Formerly LEGAL 22) (Formerly LEGAL 23) (Formerly (Formerly LEADER 93) (Formerly (3.0) (1.5) (1.5) (2.0) (2.0) (3.0 to 1.0) EXPLORING LEADERSHIP-MAKING A DIFFERENCE STUDENT LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP: SUCCESS STRATEGIES SEMINAR LEADERSHIP: SUCCESS STRATEGIES PHILOSOPHY OF LEADERSHIP COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP THROUGH APPLIED COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP VOLUNTARISM CAMPUS PEER INTERNSHIP CAMPUS PEER Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 263 Provides Provides membership experience in the Student Senate with leadership additional experiences in the planning and implementation of student ac- off-campus and campus on initiate to students services.Allows and tivities and programs. community projects 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in LDER 261A or LDER 261B enrollment Advisory: Completion of or concurrent Senate. Student for first time elected or appointed officers in the Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 262 Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 156 or ENGL 165 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: This course is designed to help students create greater success innecessaryqualities inner those become to college discover doing, so In life. in and responsibil- personal include on touched qualities Such leader. effective an ity; motivating purpose; taking effective action;building mutually sup- portive relationships; gaining heightened self awareness; developing emo- tional maturity; and believing in yourself. 261B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in ENGL 156 or ENGL 165 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Studies group and individual leadership techniques. Identifies, classifies, and analyzes the components essential to the development of leadership. Includes definitions, traits and behaviors of leadership, personal consid- erations in leadership, listening skills, personal values, and problem solv- ing. Recommended for all first-time elected or appointed officers in the with organizations other of officers for recommended and Senate; Student Senate. position on the Student a voting 261A Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable 210. in SOC 201A or FMST enrollment Advisory: of or concurrent Completion Integrates public service experience through community volunteer work with instruction on voluntarism. Presents historical perspective of - volun teer work for human improving conditions. Develops interpersonal skills, and sensitivity to economic conditions. of civic responsibility, awareness 260 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in LDER 256 enrollment of or concurrent Completion Prerequisite: Advisory: LDER 253. This course provides structured, on-the-job experience on campus with the opportunity to serve as a peer counselor in a student services setting. Therequired seminar is scheduled during the 1st, 4th,8th,12th, andlast of the semester. week 257 4.5 hours laboratory) week: (0.5 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly LEADER 63) (Formerly (Formerly LEADER 61A) (Formerly LEADER 61B) (Formerly (Formerly LEADER 62) (Formerly (Formerly LEADER 57) LEADER (Formerly LEADER 60) (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (2.0) (1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta CENTER COLLECTIONS LIBRARY/INFORMATION FUNDAMENTALS JAVASCRIPT LIBRARY SUPERVISORY SKILLS SUPERVISORY LIBRARY PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARY CENTER SERVICES SCHOOL LIBRARY/MEDIA INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET INTRODUCTION TO THE WITH XHTML DEVELOPMENT WEB PAGE 105 Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in LIBT 101 in LIBT enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: Explores the role of the school library media program in the educational Introduces students to the basic community. skills and competencies nec- school library effective essary for grades K-12. media programs to provide 111 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable of C or better or consent of instructor 207 with a grade LIBT Prerequisite: Introduces the fundamentals techniques. of JavaScript and web page design Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 108 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 101 in LIBT enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: supervisory Introduces librarya of context the within skills department or branch. Covers how to train, motivate, counsel and evaluate employees, of memos and time - management, statisti delegation preparation of work, cal reports. 109 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 101 in LIBT enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Surveys all major library services provided to the public. Focuses on the associated policies with and reference/information procedures philosophy, and circulation services. Major emphasis is placed on skill building in de- fining and executing search strategies that answer information questions the public. from 110 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 101 in LIBT enrollment of or concurrent Completion Prerequisite: an Provides overview of how to select, purchase, and organize print, elec- library/informationstock to materials collections. other center and tronic, 106 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Designed to prepare students to use the Internet for demic needs. This personal course is an and introduction tovarious aca- features and com- - evalu and location the on placed also is Emphasis Internet. the of ponents resources. ation of Internet 207 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 106. Advisory: LIBT neces- steps the and XHTML understand to students prepare to Designed sary to the effective design and development of aweb site. All elements of web page design will be including covered such topics as content, naviga- tion and aesthetics. The student will have the opportunity to demonstrate This project. site web collaborative a on working by masterysubject the of development. class is for the student who is new page web to (Formerly LIBINF 5) LIBINF (Formerly (Formerly LIBINF 6) (Formerly LIBINF 7) (Formerly LIBINF 8) (Formerly LIBINF 9) (Formerly LIBINF 10) (Formerly LIBINF 11) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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ORGANIZING INFORMATION INTRODUCTION TO WEB TECHNOLOGIES AND INTRODUCTION TO WEB TECHNOLOGIES AND CONCEPTS INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY SERVICES INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY LEGAL SPECIAL TOPIC INDEPENDENT STUDIES: LEGAL INDEPENDENT STUDIES: LAW FAMILY

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LIBRAR A practical introduction to the tasks involved with cataloging book and AACR2, using cataloging librarydescriptive non-book Includes materials. subject cataloging, and classification.Covers MARC formatstheir as use in well as the OCLC bibliographic utility and local automated library systems. Associate Degree Applicable 101 in LIBT enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility 104 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable technolo- and concepts of range wide the to students introduces class This gies involved in web publishing, and management as well as employment opportunities. Topics will include the discussion and demonstration of multimedia and web technologies, web development languages, Internet publishing ethics, network fundamentals, marketing, management, and industry outlook. employment 102 Surveys Surveys the history, organization, services, personnel and functions of li- braries and information centers. Provides beginning library/information technology students with an introduction and overview to the field and identifies job opportunities. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable in DIST 101 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: of C or better. Advisory: ENGL 156 with a grade 101 Examine a special topic in the field of study related to thea special discipline offer- topic in the Examine field of study ing this course. 193 Associate Degree Applicable Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience an individual by student in a selected of legal an topic under the direction instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be 247 Advisory: ENGL 156, Concurrent enrollment in PLGL 102A. in PLGL enrollment Advisory: ENGL 156, Concurrent Overview of the substantive and procedural aspects of California Family Law, including community property, marriage agreements, postnuptial, and prenuptial, separation, dissolutions, support, paternity custody, and and domestic violence. adoption, annulment, 124 per week 2.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly LIBINF 1) (Formerly LIBINF 2) (Formerly LIBINF 4) (Formerly 1.5 hours laboratory) (2.5 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per week: (Formerly LEGAL 24) LEGAL (Formerly (Formerly LEGAL 93) (Formerly (Formerly LEGAL 47) (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (1.0) (5.0) (6.5) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) 165

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 LIBRARY INFORMATION SPECIAL TOPIC INFORMATION LIBRARY AND BASICS OF NURSING THEORY FUNDAMENTALS SKILLS FUNDAMENTAL CONNECTING ADULT READERS WITH BOOKS READERS ADULT CONNECTING OF CASCADING STYLE SHEETS FUNDAMENTALS INDEPENDENT STUDIES: LIBRARY/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NG IONAL NURSI LICENSED VOCAT 9.5 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 4.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 101B 101 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: Theory, demonstration and supervised practicebased on scientific of principles and correlated basic nursing with concepts skills from simulated a in theory. practiced are care patient basic implementing and Planning clinical setting. Relationships between these concepts and nursing skills 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable which the in the field in course work 101 and other preparatory LIBT Prerequisite: study is to be undertaken. Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study ence by an or individual student a in a practicum selected topic of experi- Library/Information Technology (more specialized than is covered in the curriculum) under of an instructor. the direction 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 101 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable admission Program Prerequisite: 101B 101A and LVN LVN Co-requisite: This is the first in a series of theory courses, whichprepares practice students vocational nursing. to The CaringFramework is used for the study med- and nursing standard and process, nursing fundamentals, nursing of ical care for a variety of common disease states. The course compares and contrasts nursing care systems employed in health maintenance, acute ill- ness, chronic illness and rehabilitation. Adapting standard nursing care to meet the needs of the elderly is also a focus. 101A materials selection, evaluation and youth programming will be related to contemporaryother and multiculturalism culture, popular trends, teenage subjects of importance to adolescents. 119 per week 2.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable adult beginning interests reading with Explores the history of and reading progressing through genres, mass media, book discussion groups and the anyone for designed is course This advisory. readers’ for methods and tools in reading. with an interest 120 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 269 207 or CAOA LIBT Prerequisite: The es- the Developer. Introduces fundamentals Page of CSS for the Web sential elements such as selectors, positioning, floating, andvertical align- ment, tables, and other topics will be explored. 147 (Formerly LIBINF 19) LIBINF (Formerly LIBINF 20) (Formerly 1) LVN (Formerly 1A) LVN (Formerly (Formerly LIBINF 47) (Formerly LIBINF 93) (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) CONNECTING ADOLESCENTS WITH LITERATURE AND CONNECTING ADOLESCENTS WITH LITERATURE LIBRARIES ETHICS IN THE INFORMATION AGE ETHICS IN THE INFORMATION MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS FOR THE WEB APPLICATIONS MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP INFORMATION ADVANCED INTERNET SEARCHING ADVANCED RESEARCH SKILLS FOR INFORMATION AGE SKILLS FOR INFORMATION RESEARCH Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable essential for library resources and electronic techni- the literature Explores cians withIssuesto effectively adolescents of work in the information age. 118 Focuses Focuses on ethical and legal issues of information access and publishing of a copyright basic laws, as knowledge applicable Include to the Internet. security and privacy issues, Internet advertising, and the appropriate use as an information deliveryof the Internet system. 117 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Focus is on the various ways of creating, editing, and presenting multime- editing, and presenting ways of creating, is on the various Focus dia content for use on the web. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 207. Advisory: LIBT 116 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable This course offers a practical look atproper approachesused andto understand, techniques utilize and troubleshoot workplace technology--par- ticularly computer and multimedia technology. 115 Provides Provides structured on-the-job experience in an appropriate information business, etc.) library, (e.g., information center, technology environment. 5.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 4.5 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 4.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable in enrollment of C or better or concurrent Completion of with a grade Prerequisite: 105, 104, LIBT 101, LIBT LIBT units from Technology 10 Library/Information - Develop Web 117 or ten or LIBT 115, 109, LIBT 108, LIBT 106, LIBT LIBT 102, LIBT 248, LIBT 243, BUS 220, BUS ART units from Technologies ment 117 and Consent of the instructor. 116 or LIBT 111, LIBT 207, LIBT 106, LIBT 114 Prerequisite: Completion of LIBT 106 with a grade of C or better. of C 106 with a grade Completion of LIBT Prerequisite: Moves beyond general Web searching and focuses on techniques and strategies for searching library advanced catalogs, research databases search databases, appropriate select to how learn will Students resources. Web and these resources. information from queries, and retrieve formulate search 113 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: An information literacy course for students wishing to improve their - re search skills. This course will students prepare to effectively address differ- them with the ent information or questions, providing problems issues by skills to locate, interpret, analyze, synthesize, evaluate and communicate information. 212 per week 1.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly LIBINF 18) (Formerly (Formerly LIBINF 14) (Formerly LIBINF 15) (Formerly LIBINF 16) (Formerly LIBINF 17) (Formerly (Formerly LIBINF 12) LIBINF (Formerly LIBINF 13) (Formerly (6.5) (5.5) (2.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ARITHMETIC BASIC INTRAVENOUS THERAPY, BLOOD TRANSFUSION, BLOOD THERAPY, BASIC INTRAVENOUS AND PHLEBOTOMY SPECIAL TOPICS LVN NURSING SKILLS LAB FOR VOCATIONAL ADVANCED NURSING CLINICAL VOCATIONAL ADVANCED ICS HEMAT MAT 003 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Provides a review of the basic skills of arithmetic. Designed course mathematics a taken not either have as who students for course tional a transi- for a considerable period of time or who have been in a tutorial program. This course is organized in aregular classroom setting to prepare students course. for a pre-algebra 16.5 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 102B LVN Prerequisite: 103A 103 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: Prepares students to make the transition from student vocational to nurse entry-level practice. The principles learned in co-requisites and- previ ous theory and skills level courses are applied to care of patients in acute, component. leadership team a with settings nursing skilled and care home are challenged with Students complicated more and unstable patients in a visits. includes which focus, health community a is This settings. of variety the during component preceptorship hour 108 a includes also course This of the semester. last 5 weeks 004 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Non-Applicable 103B or the equivalent Completion of LVN Prerequisite: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Co-requisite: LVN 103A and LVN 103B and LVN 103A LVN Co-requisite: Concepts learned in previous theory courses are integrated in the of study nursing care for severely acute and chronic illness patients in hospitals, set- health community and skilled residential care, home ambulatory care, delegation supervisionand leadership, the to fundamental Concepts tings. roles are presented. Community health and illness are studied. prevention Health promotion and maintenance are emphasized. common in the elderly and legal/ethical dilemmas Health arising in their care are problems explored. 103A hours lecture, 4.5 hours laboratory) 9.5 hours per week: (5.0 Associate Degree Applicable 102B LVN Prerequisite: 103B 103 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: Theory, demonstration and supervised practicenursing of advanced skills of scientific vocational principles & concepts from previously learned theory. Planning & implementing advanced patient care in a simulated clinical setting relevant to steps in the nursing process: assessment, plan- ning, implementing, evaluating and documenting, extended for care facility, patients community and in psychiatric setting. the Students will demonstrate competent skills prior to use in clinical settings. Course in- cludes the reinforcement of previously learned skills. Skills such as trach care, complex wound care, leadership & IV therapy within VN scope are demonstrated. 103B (Formerly LVN 3A) LVN (Formerly 3B) LVN (Formerly 4) LVN (Formerly 3) MATH (Formerly (Formerly LVN 93) LVN (Formerly (6.0) (6.5) (5.5) (2.5) (6.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 102B LVN Prerequisite: 103 Maternal Maternal child and intermediate clinical course for vocational Application of concepts and skills learned nursing. with integration of pharmacol- Care of ogy. the normal and acute care of the obstetric, neonate, and pe- diatric clients. An emphasis on normal growth and development process in relationship to disease is emphasized. The family as a whole system of interactions for patient teaching and the administration of culturally sen- sitive care is applied to diverse clinical setting. Application of the critical elements for clinical skills performance. 16.5 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 101B LVN Prerequisite: 102A 102 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: 102B Theory, demonstrationTheory, and supervised practice of intermediate skills and medication administration are based on scientific principles and concepts from theory including maternal/child. Planning and implementing inter- mediate patient care are done in the simulated clinical setting relevant to steps in the nursing process: assessment, planning, implementing, - evalu ation and documentation. Students will practice and demonstrate skills in the lab setting prior to the assignment setting. of these skills in the clinical 9.5 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 4.5 hours laboratory) 9.5 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 4.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 101B LVN Prerequisite: 102B 102 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: 102A Prerequisite: LVN 101B LVN Prerequisite: 102B 102A and LVN LVN Co-requisite: the Prepares licensed vocational nurse to care for patients and integration of pharmacology concepts across the lifespan. The main foci are (1)Basic concepts of maternal and child health nursing with an emphasis on - well sys- a as family and Infant (3) mother for period perinatal Normal (2) ness tem. (4) Deviations from norms are presented in all aspects of the perina- medical/ and interventions common with infant and mother for period tal nursing regimens. (5) Integration of pediatric conditions related to each development and growth normal to related Concepts systems. body the of are integrated into the content. (6) Adult patients with increasingly com- plex problems (7) Pathological processes of selected disease states are ex- patient. of the perioperative with an emphasis on care plored 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 102 Co-requisite: LVN 101 and LVN 101A 101 and LVN LVN Co-requisite: care the in applied theory of principles are courses skills and Fundamental - edu physical adaptive and health day respite term-care, long in patients of cation settings. Mental & spiritual health concepts and socio-cultural as- they apply to individually assigned patients. as explored pects are 101B per week 7.5 hours laboratory Associate Degree Applicable relevant to steps in assessment, the planning, nursing - implement process; relevant ing, evaluation and documentation are practiced. Students demonstrate skill performancecompetent a simulated clinical setting. in (Formerly LVN 3) LVN (Formerly (Formerly LVN 2A) LVN (Formerly 2B) LVN (Formerly (Formerly LVN 1B) LVN (Formerly 2) LVN (Formerly Courses Courses (5.0) (5.0) (3.0) (5.0) (5.0) (5.0) 167

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 TWO-SEMESTER BEGINNING ALGEBRA: PART 2 PART BEGINNING ALGEBRA: TWO-SEMESTER INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA-PART 1 ALGEBRA-PART INTERMEDIATE 2 ALGEBRA-PART INTERMEDIATE ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA ELEMENTARY PLANE GEOMETRY complete the equivalent of Elementary123) at Algebra, a (MATH slower 122 MATH and equivalent or 021 MATH of completion Successful pace. 123. to MATH is equivalent 122 Prerequisite: MATH 126A or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade 126A or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Algebra. Intermediate in course two-semester a of half second the Presents This course enables students to completeIntermediate Algebra (MATH 127) at a slower pace. include Topics functions and relations, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, and sequences and series. 127 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or course with a grade 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: better with space Euclidean two-dimensional geometryof the of study a Presents three to introduction An reasoning. deductive using proof on emphasis an dimensional geometry and applications of both two- and sional geometry presented. is also - three-dimen 126A 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable - 123SI or equiva or MATH 123 122, MATH 20D, MATH MATH Prerequisite: College on the Cuesta score of C or better or a recommending lent with a grade Test. Assessment Presents the first half of a two-semester courseThis in intermediate course enables algebra. students to complete the equivalent ofIntermediate Algebra 127) (MATH at a slower include pace. Topics factoring polyno- mial expressions, simplifying rational expressions, absolute tions value and inequalities, functions and relations, and solving systems of equa- lin- ear equations and inequalities. 126B 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 5.0 hours lecture per week 5.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable of C or better (two-semester with a grade 021 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: part I). beginning algebra, Presents the second half of a two-semester course for the in student who has no algebraic background. This beginning courseenables the algebra students to complete the equivalent of Elementary 123) Algebra (MATH at a slower pace. Successful completion of 021 MATH or equivalent and 123. to MATH is equivalent 122 MATH 123 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better a grade with 007 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Presents a first course in algebrasolv- inequalities, and equations linear solving include Topics for background. the student without any algebraic ing quadratic equations by factoring, polynomial expressions, factoring, systems solving variables, the in inequalities and equations linear graphing and equations. of two linear equations and radical expressions 125 (Formerly MATH 22) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 23) MATH (Formerly 25) MATH (Formerly 26A) MATH (Formerly 26B) MATH (Formerly 27) MATH (Formerly (5.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (2.0 to 0.5) TWO-SEMESTER BEGINNING ALGEBRA: PART 1 TWO-SEMESTER BEGINNING ALGEBRA: PART COLLEGE MATHEMATICS ELEMENTARY INTERNSHIP: MATHEMATICS WORD PROBLEMS CONVERTING MEASUREMENTS INTRODUCTION TO FACTORING PRE-ALGEBRA Cuesta College Cuesta 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable of C or better with a grade 007 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: the for algebra beginning in course two-semester a of half first the Presents student who has no algebraic Thisbackground. course enables students to 021 Prerequisite: MATH 007 or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade 007 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: a course in college mathematics for the student without any alge- Presents braic include background. Topics solving linear equations, including ap- plications; geometry; statistics; and finance. and descriptive probability 119 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 265A in MATH enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: an opportunity for a tutorial experience by an Provides individual student of an instructor. in selected topics in mathematics under the direction 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 115 Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 123, MATH 123, MATH in MATH enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: 127SI 127 or MATH 123SI, MATH such problems word solving successfully for strategies presents course This as distance, mixture, work and others at the elementary and intermediate problems word with students help to intended is course This level. algebra 127. 123 and MATH in MATH 114 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces Introduces the student to methods of converting from one measurement unit to another. Emphasis will be on basic applications from physical sciences and other disciplines. nursing, chemistry, nutrition, 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 112 Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 007 or equivalent Completion of MATH Prerequisite: Introduces the student to methods of factoring polynomials. Presents the topic from geometric, numeric and algebraic perspectives. Multi-sensory have should Students graphing. and manipulatives include will approaches neg- and positives including skills, arithmetic number whole in proficiency for solving simple linear equations. of procedures and knowledge atives 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable 008 Prerequisite: MATH 003 or equivalent with a grade of C or better of C or with a grade or equivalent 003 MATH Prerequisite: suc- for necessary skills arithmetic and concepts mathematical the Presents cess in elementary algebra and for further work in mathematics. The con- cepts are applied to numerous practical problems in order to demonstrate their applicability to real life situations. Not open to students with credit the is 123 MATH which for course any or equivalent its or 123 MATH in prerequisite. 007 per week 3.0 hours lecture Non-Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly MATH 21) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 12) MATH (Formerly 14) MATH (Formerly 19) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 7) MATH (Formerly 8) MATH (Formerly 15) MATH (Formerly (5.0) (1.0) (4.0) (3.0) (5.0) Cuesta College Cuesta ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS GEOMETRY ANALYTIC INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA PRE-CALCULUS PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA: GRAPHING CALCULATOR COMPONENT statistical methods, with an emphasis on applications, to students prepare for work in the disciplines of psychology, sociology, education, life science. ences, and applied sci- 265A 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 229 or equivalent 242 and MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents a study of analytic geometry, limits, continuity, the calculus of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions as well as applications of the derivative and integral. topic Every will be taught geo- and algebraically. numerically, metrically, 255 MATH of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 265A). - enroll and concurrent 127 or equivalent, completion of Math Advisory: Successful 242, is advised. ment in Math Supports the MATH 242 Pre-calculus Algebra course by presenting the features and use of a graphing calculator that to course. covered Topics will solve parallel problems the development specificof concepts to in MATH 242. A TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator is required. models not supported.) (Other 247 4.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents a study of basic descriptive and inferential statistics designed to psychology, business, economics, of fields the in work for students prepare education, mathematics and applied science. Not open to students with 49. 39 or MATH in MATH credit 247). 236 and MATH maximum between UC, 4 credit CSU; UC(For Transfer: 255 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 242 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: the on placed emphasis with calculus of techniques the of study a Presents application of these concepts to business and management related - prob lems. The applications of derivatives and integrals of functions including studied. polynomials, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions are 255 MATH of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 265A). Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, 4 credit maximum between MATH 236 and 247). MATH between maximum UC, 4 credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 242 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 126B or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents a study of pre-calculus algebra and such topics as analytic algebraic equations and inequalities, geometry. functions and Covers graphs, zeros of functions, polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, parametric equations, conic sections, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, determinants, sequences and se- ries, and probability. The course is designedprepareto calculus. the student for 232 MATH of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 242). 142G 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly MATH 42) MATH (Formerly 42G) MATH (Formerly 47) MATH (Formerly 55) MATH (Formerly 65A) MATH (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (5.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Prerequisite: MATH 127, MATH 127SI or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Presents an introduction to the study of basic descriptive and inferential 236 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, maximum credit of one course between MATH 232 MATH of one course between UC, maximum credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: and 242). 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: emphasis an with geometry analytic and algebra college of study a Presents on mathematical modeling. such Covers topics as algebraic equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, zeros of functions rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, conic sections, systems of equa- tions, matrices and determinants. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 232 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: with topics from Trigonometry 229 the content entire of MATH Presents MATH 125 Geometry. Topics include trigonometric functions, geometric includes Also triangles. of solution and identities, graphs, tions, equa- congruence, properties of polygons, parallel lines, similarity, areas, volumes. and 231 Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, MATH 230 is elective credit only; it does not meet a only; it credit 230 is elective UC, MATH (For CSU; UC Transfer: for transfer). UC math admission requirement Prerequisite: MATH 127, MATH 127SI or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade 127SI or equivalent 127, MATH MATH Prerequisite: applications of intermediate Presents algebra and critical thinking to solv- ing contemporary problems in mathematics. include Topics mathemati- cal reasoning with four additional topics selected from number systems, number finance,theory, computer statistics applications, and probability, mathematical modeling. 230 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Presents trigonometry Presents from a function approach using both right triangle and circular relationships. Therelationships between the angles and sides of triangles and relationships between central angles and the coordinates of points on a circle are developed. The course is designed to prepare the student for further study in the mathematics required in the sciences and technical areas. Prerequisite: Math 127 (Intermediate Algebra) or Math 127SI and Math 125 127SI and Math or Math Algebra) 127 (Intermediate Math Prerequisite: of C or better. a grade courses with or equivalent (Geometry) Advisory: 242. Math 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 229 Prerequisite: MATH 20D, MATH 122, MATH 123 or Math 123SI or equivalent 123SI 123 or Math MATH 122, 20D, MATH MATH Prerequisite: College Assess- on the Cuesta score or better or a recommending of C with a grade Test. ment Broadens and adds to the concepts of elementary algebra. Such additions include rational expressions, quadratic equations, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse of functions, solving systems of two or and series. equations, and sequences linear more (Formerly MATH 36) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 30) MATH (Formerly 31) MATH (Formerly 32) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 29) MATH (Formerly Courses Courses (0.0) (0.0) (3.5) (2.0) (5.0) (12.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 169

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 MUSIC THEORY MEDICAL ASSISTING BASICS TRACK MEDICAL ASSISTING FAST MEDICAL ASSISTING SPECIAL TOPIC HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS ALGEBRA II BASIC SKILLS HSD NON-CREDIT SKILLS GEOMETRY HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC PHLEBOTOMY MUSIC MEDICAL ASSISTING Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 203A 6.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable background 239, MUS 258 or equivalent Completion of MUS Prerequisite: 5.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.5 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable of high school or proof and documents CPR Card Provider Care Health Prerequisite: education. or equivalent Aid. First Advisory: Standard Designed to prepare the student in essential blood requirements. skills to fulfill state phlebotomy certificate specimen collecting 110 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the medical assisting role and responsibilities, professionalism, computer and physiology, anatomy, of Concepts terminology. medical and to facilitate entry presented medical assisting practice. level basics are 111 laboratory) 14.0 hours per week: (11.5 hours lecture, 2.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable or better or concurrent of C 110 with a grade Completion of MAST Prerequisite: in MAST 110 enrollment Aid First and Standard CPR Provider Care Health Current Co-requisite: Designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position as a medical assistant. The content includesverbal and written communication, basic and advanced clinical skills, medical office management techniques, and preceptorship skills. Includes marketing employment professional experience. 193 ics and the sciences. Also, a range of problem solving situations allow for algebraic skills and concepts. of the development 402 per week 20.0 hours lecture This a is high an school elective course diploma. towards Algebra II topics include linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations and poly- in- be to topics Geometric functions. logarithmic and exponential nomial, cluded are triangular and circular Other trigonometry. topics covered are functions and their graphs. conic sections and trigonometric probability, 403 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.This mainly plane Theand focus course coordinate isGeometry. fundamental- knowl is edge of basic geometric postulates and theorems and their use in proofs. pe- calculate to formulas Using setting. geometric a in Algebra Integrating of geometric shapes. of a variety and volume area, rimeter, 109 (Formerly MATH 402) MATH (Formerly 403) MATH (Formerly MEDAST 9) (Formerly MEDAST 10) (Formerly MUS 3A) (Formerly (Formerly MEDAST 11) (Formerly MEDAST 93) (Formerly (0.0) (5.0) (1.5) (1.0) (5.0) (5.0) (4.0 to 0.5) HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS ALGEBRA I MEDICINE MATH FOR NURSING MEDICINE MATH PROOFS INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL MATH SPECIAL TOPIC MATH LINEAR ANALYSIS CALCULUS AND CALCULUS GEOMETRY ANALYTIC Cuesta College Cuesta 401 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.It isdesigned to cover symbolic reasoning and calculations with symbols allowing a stu- dent to develop an understanding of the symbolic language of mathemat- 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable of C or better with a grade 003 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Prerequisite: MATH 003 or equivalent with a grade of C or better with a grade 003 or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: 193C 193B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: MATH 265B or equivalent with a grade of C or better a grade with 265B or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: Presents a study of separable and linear with ordinary selected applications; numerical differentialand analytical solutions; equations second or- der differential equations; Laplace transforms.Delves into Linear Algebra with a study of vectors in n-space, matrices, linear transformations, eigen- values, eigenvectors, diagonalization; applies linear algebra in the study of equation. systems of linear differential 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 287 Presents Presents a study of differentiation and integrationfunctions, parametric curves in of multipletwo and three variable dimensions, optimization, line integrals, and the calculus of vector vector functions, partial fields. derivatives, surfaces, Specificparametric equations, mul- topics include tiple integrals (with rectangular, polar, cylindrical, and spherical - coordi nates), and vector calculus (including line integrals, flux integrals,Greens will topic Every Theorem). Stokes and Theorem, Divergence the Theorem, and algebraically. numerically, be taught geometrically, 5.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable with a or equivalent and Calculus) Geometry 265B (Analytic MATH Prerequisite: of C or better grade Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 283 Presents Presents a continuing study on integration, some first and second order differential Taylor equations, and Fourier series, multiple variable func- tions, vectors, and their applications. topic Every will be taught - geometri and algebraically. numerically, cally, Prerequisite: MATH 265A or equivalent with a grade of C or better (NOTE: If If or better (NOTE: of C with a grade or equivalent 265A MATH Prerequisite: for MATH on the quarter a college from system the prerequisite transferring are you of with a grade 142 it is MATH Poly Cal quarters265B is two From Calculus. of C or better). 265B per week 5.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly MATH 401) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 87) MATH (Formerly 93B) MATH (Formerly 93C) MATH (Formerly (Formerly MATH 65B) MATH (Formerly 83) MATH (Formerly 93) MATH (Formerly (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (3.0 to 2.0) (3.0 to 1.0) (3.0 to 1.0) Cuesta College Cuesta INSTRUMENTAL SMALL ENSEMBLE INSTRUMENTAL VOCAL JAZZ WORKSHOP WIND ORCHESTRA BAND ELEMENTARY VOICE ELEMENTARY VOICE INTERMEDIATE VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE Presents Presents the study and performance of appropriate erature wind ensemble with lit- emphasis on performances. developing repertoire for CSU; UC. Transfer: required public 227 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable to play a musical instrument and audition and/or consent of Ability Prerequisite: instructor Presents the study and performance of appropriate literature for limited, Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 224 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: Practice and study vocal jazz literature and techniques. Introduce jazz harmonies. and vocal jazz improvisation vocal CSU; UC. Transfer: 225 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: and Study public performance of music written specifically for large wind orchestras (woodwinds, brass, and percussion). Limited to those students instruments. had experience with wind and percussion who have CSU; UC. Transfer: 226 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable to play a band instrument and audition and/or consent of Ability Prerequisite: instructor 220 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree range will for solo singing. Music training of the techniques of voice a study Presents performance musicals. Class selections from and repertoire song appropriate through CSU; UC. Transfer: required. 222 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable of instructor or audition and/or consent MUS 220 or equivalent Prerequisite: an Provides opportunity for students to continue with advanced study of singing and preparation of song repertoire on an individual basis. Public performance required. CSU; UC. Transfer: 223 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility pop- and jazz vocal the in literature of performance and study the Presents ular music genre with emphasis upon vocal improvisation in the jazz and scat style. Student compositions and arrangements will at scheduled performancesAttendance is required. be encouraged. (Formerly MUS 20) MUS (Formerly MUS 22) (Formerly MUS 24) (Formerly MUS 25) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 23) (Formerly MUS 26) (Formerly MUS 27) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (5.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU. Transfer: A workshop/recital class and a private student one-hour is required lesson to practice per on campus week. a minimum The of five hours and week, to and enroll participate in a large performing per music ensemble. Applied lessons are available in voice, piano, strings, guitar, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. 7.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: MUS 239 and MUS 223, MUS 203A, MUS 203B, MUS 203C or Co-requisite: MUS 225, MUS 226, MUS 227, MUS 228, MUS 229, MUS 231, MUS 232A, MUS 253, MUS 262, MUS 263 or MUS 265 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 212 Prerequisite: MUS 203A, MUS 203B, MUS 203C, or consent of instructor Prerequisite: technique is desirable. Advisory: of piano/keyboard Knowledge A study of the various aspects of composing for video, motion pictures, and television, including appropriate compositional techniques, stylistic considerations and an in-depth study of the uses and application of com- puter technology in writing, scoring, and synchronizing music for video and film. 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable MUS 203B or equivalent Prerequisite: A continuation of MUS 203B, with contrapuntal harmonic practices of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The course explores ninth chords, di- minished sevenths, half-diminished sevenths, augmented chord sixth chords, beyond the ninths, through four-part writing whole-tone analysis, essays and discussion. Required systems of all and music majors. current practices Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 203C Prerequisite: MUS 203A or equivalent Prerequisite: A continuation of MUS 203A. theory Written pursues further part-writ- six- including era, Practice Common the of principles the of study and ing chords, six-four chords, major-minor sevenths, melodic embellishments and modulation. Aural skills are further developed through sight-singing chromatics using movable do, and melodic and harmonic dictation. This of all music majors. Required a sequence of three. course is the second in 203B hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (5.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Presents a correlated course with two areas of music study: traditional har- traditional study: music of areas two with course correlated a Presents monic practice studied through the principles of writing of the Common four-partroot and in writing chords tonality, scales, including era Practice position; and aural skills which include solfege with movable do, singing, and and aural dictation recognition of intervals and sight- rhythm. This of all music majors. Required three. first in a sequence of course is the (Formerly MUS 3C) (Formerly MUS 6) (Formerly MUS 12) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 3B) (Formerly Courses Courses (2.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) 171

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 MUSIC APPRECIATION: CLASSICAL MUSIC CLASSICAL MUSIC APPRECIATION: POPULAR MUSIC AMERICAN MUSIC APPRECIATION: JAZZ HISTORY MUSIC APPRECIATION: OF MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS IMPROVISATION JAZZ AND ORCHESTRATION ARRANGING, SCORING, piano skills 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable musical experience necessary. previous Advisory: No Provides a thorough foundation in fundamentals of music for the non- major or the potential music background. major who does not have if taken after any of MUS 203A, 203B, UC, no credit CSU; UC (For an Transfer: adequate 203C, 230A, 230B, or 230C). 235 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces classical music in its through the evolution 20th century. Includes the from study and the analysis of significant earliest works. recorded CSU; UC. Transfer: 237 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility the non-music major to the Introduces history of the and popu- literature lar music movement in the United States. Emphasizes musical styles and the late fortiespersonalities from to the present. CSU; UC. Transfer: 238 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the history and literature of jazz music in the the to 1900 United from involved personalities musical and styles the States. Emphasizes for the non-music major. Designed present. CSU; UC. Transfer: 239 233 1.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree music and play an instrument or sign and audition read to Ability Prerequisite: Advisory: and of MUS 239 or equivalent Completion of instructor. and/or consent in MUS 227. enrollment concurrent Provides an opportunity for performance and analysis of jazz - improvisa performances may be required. tion. Public CSU; UC. Transfer: 234 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable styles and of jazz literature, and knowledge MUS 203B or equivalent Prerequisite: basic 228, in MUS 223, MUS 225, MUS 227, MUS enrollment Advisory: Concurrent MUS 232A. MUS 229, MUS 231, or Provides an opportunity for composing, arranging and orchestrating for jazz ensembles and on orchestras. the Focuses analysis of jazz and classical harmonic practices, relation of contemporary melodic and rhythmic con- cepts to instrumentation. CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly MUS 33) MUS (Formerly MUS 34) (Formerly MUS 35) (Formerly MUS 37) (Formerly MUS 38) (Formerly MUS 39) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0 to 1.0) (3.0 to 1.0) (3.0 to 1.0) CONCERT JAZZ ENSEMBLE JAZZ ENSEMBLE MUSIC HISTORY MUSIC HISTORY CHAMBER SINGERS MIXED CHORUS Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: The concert jazz ensemble is a performance organization designed to ac- quaint the student with a wide variety of jazz and arrangers and swing guest soloists. compositions, This course will stress stylistic interpretation and ensemble playing. It will be limited experience. to students with considerable 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: to play an instrument. Advisory: Ability Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 232A Provides Provides for reading, preparing, and performing of music arranged band the for for compose a and arrange to opportunity the Presents band. dance at scheduled performances Attendance is required. as to direct. as well 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable audition music at sight and to play an instrument and to read Ability Prerequisite: and/or consent of instructor Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 231 Advisory: 203A. MUS 230A, MUS 239 or MUS Presents a study of the history of music in the civilization Western from the end of the Baroque period to Techniques. and Serial Garde the current period, including Avant 230B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Studies Studies the history of music in western civilization from the Ancient pe- period. riod to the culmination of the Baroque CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: MUS 239 or MUS 203A. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 230A Prerequisite: Audition and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: experience. choral Advisory: Previous A small group ensemble specializing in madrigals and vocal chamber mu- sic of all cultures and time periods. Frequent campus will be a large part of the class. performances on and off 229 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: Audition and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: notation. Advisory: of music Knowledge select- the study and performance choral literature of appropriate Presents ed from the wide variety of historic eras and musical styles from the 16th performance required. Century Public to the present. 228 per week 9.0 hours laboratory Associate Degree Applicable carefully carefully balanced ensembles with emphasis on developing repertoire for public performances. required CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly MUS 30A) (Formerly MUS 30B) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 32A) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 29) (Formerly MUS 31) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 28) MUS (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to Cuesta College Cuesta MASTER CHORALE MUSIC ENSEMBLE WORKSHOP IN INSTRUMENTAL ORCHESTRA MUSIC STUDIES: INDEPENDENT WORKSHOP MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE MUSICAL THEATRE 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable instrument and audition and/or consent of to play an orchestral Ability Prerequisite: instructor Presents the study and performance of appropriate combined string and wind ensemble literature with the emphasis upon developing repertoire public performances. for required CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in DRA 250 or MUS 250 or enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: audition and/or consent of instructor the Studies techniques involved in the production of a full length musical stagecraft, makeup, costuming, dancing, singing, acting, on emphasis with and publicity. Produces one musical each semester. Public performance as DRA 251. Same will be required. CSU; UC. Transfer: 253 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: Presents the study and performance of performance is required. Public major historical choral works. CSU; UC. Transfer: 255 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable to play a musical instrument and audition and/or consent of Ability Prerequisite: instructor. the study and performance instrumental of appropriate ensemble Presents and orchestral music selected from standard repertoires leading to a series of public performances. CSU; UC. Transfer: 256 247 per week 6.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree of instructor and/or consent Audition Prerequisite: an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of music under the direction of an instructor. CSU; UC. Transfer: 250 hours lecture, 4.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: in MUS 203A or MUS 239 enrollment concurrent Completion of or Co-requisite: or dance experience is recommended. choral Advisory: Previous Develops skills for performance in Musical Theatre,acting, includingstage singing, movement, and choreography. Public performance may be as DRA 250. Same required. CSU; UC. Transfer: 251 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable (Formerly MUS 50) (Formerly MUS 51) (Formerly MUS 53) (Formerly MUS 55) (Formerly MUS 56) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 47) MUS (Formerly (3.0) (4.0) (2.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: Audition or consent of instructor. Audition Prerequisite: Provides experience reading, rehearsing and public performance of mu- sic arranged for large jazz group and will stress stylistic interpretation and atten- and ensemble balanced carefully a to limited is It playing. ensemble dance at scheduled performances is required. 246 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: Audition Prerequisite: to play an instrument. Advisory: Ability the acquaint to designed performance organization a is workshop jazz The student with a wide variety of jazz and swing compositions, arrangers and and ensemble playing. stylistic interpretation guest soloists. Stresses 245 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable This is project a based course that offers studentsedit, mix, master studioand create a portfolio time to track, of five sessions from avariety of both the instructor selected by and student. musical sources CSU. Transfer: 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable I, II and III, or other assessed Arts completion of Recording Successful Prerequisite: the instructor. by Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 243 Provides an advanced study Provides or new technologies, focusing on an in-depth Tools Pro HD Digidesign the within mixing and editing recording, at look and D-Command Console. environment 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable I and II or other experience Arts completion of Recording Successful Prerequisite: the instructor. assessed by Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 242 Provides Provides the student with an in-depth introduction to audio equipment design equipment procedures, studio basic include Topics techniques. and and proper use of multitrack techniques using the Digidesign Pro Tools and D-Command Console. HD System 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable MUS 240 Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 241 Introduction Introduction to audio including technology, sound characteristics, signal techniques, and types microphone functions, console recording basic flow, techniques. , and mixing signal processing 240 1.0 hours laboratory) week: (3.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly MUS 42) (Formerly MUS 43) (Formerly MUS 45) (Formerly MUS 46) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 41) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 40) MUS (Formerly Courses Courses (2.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (5.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 173

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 EKG MONITOR OBSERVER ACUTE CARE NURSE ASSISTANT NURSING ASSISTANT MUS V: MASTER WORKS FROM J.S. BACH TO MOZART FROM J.S. BACH TO MASTER WORKS MUS V: (2.0) GUITAR ELEMENTARY MUSIC SPECIAL TOPIC CHORAL MUSIC APPRECIATION INTERNATIONAL NURSING ASSISTANT 18.0 hours per week: (6.0 hours lecture, 12.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents theory and practice supervisedRequires clinical experiences in Upon a skilled nursing facility. skills necessary for Assistant completion of this eligible course, to students take are the Nurse basic nursing care. 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 125 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides the student with the skills to analyze and interpret basic cardiac rhythms. Emphasis is on recognition of Treatment is clinically not covered. significant Concepts rhythms. include basic cardiac anatomy and physiology, electrical conduction through the heart, components of the EKG waveform, and identificationrhythms. of normal and abnormal cardiac 145 12.0 hours per week: (5.0 hours lecture, 7.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable of having completed proof Assistant, or provide NRAST 148 Nursing Prerequisite: Nursing be a Certified or already Program, Training Assistant Nursing an approved CPR card. Rescuer or Professional Provider Healthcare a current Assistant. Have Advisory: ENGL 156. Prepares the certified nurse assistant to function at a competent level in the acute care setting. Provides guidelines for acute clinical experiences. Facilitate an understanding of human beings as integrated physiological, organisms. social, and psychological 148 265 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree and/or consent of the instructor. for placement Audition Prerequisite: the study and performancePresents of major historical choral works from develop will Students Mozart. Amadeus Wolfgang to Bach J.S. of time the the at required Audition techniques. and skills singing choral improve and be taken four semesters for credit. May beginning of each semester. CSU; UC. Transfer: 270 MUS 70) (Formerly hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.5 Associate Degree Applicable Introduces the techniques of playing the guitar. Topics include reading music, flat picking and finger picking, chords, andthe playing of melo- dies. No previous musical experience is required. Students must provide acoustic or electric guitar. their own CSU; UC. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193C (Formerly MUS 65) MUS (Formerly MUS 93C) (Formerly NRAST 25) (Formerly NRAST 45) (Formerly NRAST 48) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 93) (Formerly (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0) (2.0 to 1.0) (2.0 to 1.0) MUSIC IV: MODERN PERIOD MUSIC IV: TO EARLY MUSIC III: CHORAL MUSIC OF THE ROMANTIC 20TH CENT CHORAL MUSIC II: CHORAL MUSIC OF THE CLASSICAL CHORAL MUSIC II: CHORAL MUSIC OF THE PERIOD JAZZ PIANO TECHNIQUES INTERMEDIATE PIANO INTERMEDIATE ELEMENTARY PIANO ELEMENTARY Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Audition and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: Presents the study and performance I to present). War with concentration World on the (Post of Modern Period major historical choral works Students will develop and improve choral music techniques will be scheduled at the beginning of each semester. Auditions toire. and - reper 264 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: Audition and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: Presents the study and performance with concentration on the from Romantic the of Period end of the Classical major historical choral improve and develop will choral Students century. 20th early the to works Period of beginning the at scheduled be will Auditions repertoire. and techniques each semester. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 263 Prerequisite: Audition and/or consent of instructor Audition Prerequisite: the Presents study and performance of major historical choral works with concentration on the Classical Students will Period. develop and improve the at scheduled be will Auditions repertoire. and techniques music choral beginning of each semester. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 262 Prerequisite: MUS 258 or equivalent or audition and/or consent of instructor. MUS 258 or equivalent Prerequisite: This course provides the student with basic jazz piano playingcluding skills voicings of in- 9th, 11th, and 13th chords applied to arranging lead sheets for piano. 260 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable of instructor. or audition and/or consent MUS 258 or equivalent Prerequisite: The study and performance of concertClassic, piano Romantic, and 20th literatureCentury time periods. The Baroque, from student will de- piano skills and repertoire. and improve velop Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 259 Introduces Introduces the student to practical keyboard facility, sight reading, har- mony and performance of elementary piano repertoire. Required for - mu sic majors. 258 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (1.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly MUS 62) (Formerly MUS 63) (Formerly MUS 64) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 58) MUS (Formerly (Formerly MUS 60) (Formerly (Formerly MUS 59) (Formerly (3.0) (8.0) (2.0) (1.0) (2.0) Cuesta College Cuesta DECISION MAKING DATA II DECISION MAKING DATA NURSING TRANSITIONS NURSE CARING CONCEPTS III NURSE CARING FAMILY CONCEPTS FAMILY NURSE CARING II NURSE CARING PRACTICUM 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable admission to the nursing program NRAD 202D and/or Prerequisite: NRAD 203B Co-requisite: Applies nurse caring concepts to care of child, adult, and elderly clients with goal setting, energy, and caring problems. Includes cultural health, musculoskeletal, sity and ethnic considerations, men - diver and women’s nutrition and elimination, degenerative nervous system, skin, liver, acute oxygenation, hematologic, and vascular problems. Emphasizes intervention. nursing CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 202D 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable NRAD 201B and/or admission to nursing program Prerequisite: NRAD 202A Co-requisite: Builds on fundamental concepts related to pharmacology, nutrition, di- agnostic testing across the life span. Emphasis is placed on the role of the nurse in client education. Cultural concepts presented. are problems pertinent to nursing care CSU. Transfer: 203 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Admission Program Option 30 Unit Prerequisite: NRAD 203A Co-requisite: caring Introduces theory as the essence of nursing. Self care and academic nurs- of aspects ethical and legal Surveys introduced. are principles success multi- a in caring and advocacy patient thinking, critical emphasizing ing, an 8-week Provides transition course cultural required for society. 30 unit option students. CSU. Transfer: 203A 202A per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree to the nursing program 201B and/or admission NRAD Prerequisite: 202B NRAD Co-requisite: Continues the study of caring concepts in greater nursing Teaches ity. care depth of and the childbearing complex- family, children and young through middle adulthood. Introduces family considerations in establish- ing short-term and long-term goals for health promotion. Continues fo- cus on the individual assuming responsibility for health promotion nursing and of evaluation and implementation planning, Emphasizes learning. in a multicultural society. process CSU. Transfer: 202B hours lecture, 18.0 hours laboratory) 20.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable and Current NRAD 201B and/or admission to the nursing program Prerequisite: is required CPR card Provider Care Health NRAD 202D Co-requisite: Applies nurse caring concepts to the clinical practice of nursing in a wide nurse related caring skills. Provides variety of health settings. care Presents opportunity to deliver planned culturally relevant nursing care for mater- nity clients, infants, children, and young/middle-aged adults in moder- practice. clinical ately structured (Formerly NRAD 2A) NRAD (Formerly NRAD 2B) (Formerly NRAD 2D) (Formerly NRAD 3) (Formerly NRAD 3A) (Formerly (2.0) (5.0) (2.0) (2.0) (4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 NCLEX PREPARATION BEGINNING STUDENT INTERN NURSING SKILLS PRACTICE SUPPLEMENTARY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY RISK PRACTICUM FOR PEOPLE AT NURSE CARING RISK CONCEPTS AT NURSE CARING FOR PEOPLE 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. Introduces medical terminology for body structure, body diagnostic systems, work. Prefixes, and suffixes and combined root forms are used to identify medical terms. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 004E 0.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable NRAD 204B Co-requisite: exam. licensing state the for student RN the prepare help to is course This Critical thinking strategies required to answer the NCLEX questions are presented. A portion of this class will be hands-on testing format. computer simulate the state board testing to 219 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable NRAD 202B Prerequisite: the opportunity to Provides practice selected nursing skills learned during the firstyear of AssociateNursingDegree course work under the supervi- experience in a participating Offers work agency. sion of a preceptor. CSU. Transfer: 120 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the nursing program Enrollment Co-requisite: Provides the opportunity to practice nursing skills in a skills will varyment. the from simple Nursing to the for complex. Allows caring - environ demonstration and assessment of nursing skills and knowledge learned in nursing lecture and laboratory courses. Practice opportunities vary from highly structured to less structured simulated clinical situations. semester. in first, second, and third 0.5 unit required Note: 222 204B per week 18.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree and Current to the nursing program 203D and/or admission NRAD Prerequisite: is required CPR card Provider Care Health 204D NRAD Co-requisite: Applies culturally sensitive nursing care for people at risk in health care settings, which are varied and more complex. client Provides care experi- ences in a less structured environment and with increasing independence. Includes preceptorship experience, which covers a designated period of settings. life span in a variety the of clients across time and a variety of CSU. Transfer: 204D 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable program NRAD 203D and/or admission to the nursing Prerequisite: NRAD 204 Co-requisite: Applies nurse caring concepts to develop nursing care for clients at risk. Presents the critical care environment and how to establish priorities for clients with altered homeostasis. Emphasis is on clients with cular - problems cardiovas and crisis. Coping strategies, life style issues to presented. are care promote health, and culturally relevant (Formerly NRAD 4D) (Formerly NRAD 4E) (Formerly NRAD 19A) (Formerly NRAD 20) (Formerly NRAD 22) (Formerly (Formerly NRAD 4B) NRAD (Formerly (1.0) (0.5) (1.0) (2.0) (5.0) (2.0) NURSE CARING CONCEPTS FOR CLIENTS PSYCHIATRICALLY NURSE CARING CONCEPTS FOR CLIENTS PSYCHIATRICALLY RISK AT NURSE LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT THIRD SEMESTER NURSING READINESS CRITICAL THINKING SEMINAR NURSE CARING FOR MEDICAL-SURGICAL CLIENTS NURSE CARING FOR MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSE CARING PRACTICUM III NURSE CARING Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Applies Applies nurse caring concepts to planning nursing care for clients at risk from mental illness, dysfunction and niques, nursing diagnoses and specific nursing interventions. crisis. Presents assessment tech- 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable admission to the nursing program NRAD 203D and/or Prerequisite: NRAD 204B Co-requisite: 204A Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: NRAD 203D and/or admission to the nursing program NRAD 203D and/or Prerequisite: NRAD 204A Co-requisite: Associate the at content management and leadership develop to Continues management the Includes practice. beginning for required as level Degree change and making, decision skills, organizational skills, assertion process, theory. Explores work-role relationships and collegiality, including con- reality shock and strategies to deal with burnout. resolution, flict 204 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable A course designed for registered nursing students entering the mester. third Nursing se- concepts necessary for success in the third semester are reviewed. 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable to the nursing program Admission Prerequisite: NRAD 203A Co-requisite: 103H For For the third semester nursing student. An analysis of scenarios complex that patient require independent critical thinking for nurse. Incorporates the advanced assessment entry skills level to modify and revise the plan for complex clients. care 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable to the nursing program Admission Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 103G Prerequisite: NRAD 202D and/or admission to the nursing program NRAD 202D and/or admission to the nursing Prerequisite: NRAD 203A Co-requisite: Applies nursing interventions of prevention, and caring to a variety of health maintenance, problems: - re neurologic, genito-urinary, restoration nal, endocrine. Content is related to life pathophysiology, span, barriers to goal-setting, nursing process and teaching/learning. Emphasis is fami- and client the on has crisis situational this that impact the on also placed lies ability to cope. 203D 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Prerequisite: NRAD 202D and/or admission to the nursing program and Current and Current to the nursing program 202D and/or admission NRAD Prerequisite: is required CPR card Provider Care Health 203D NRAD Co-requisite: 203B 9.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 11.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly NRAD 3G) (Formerly NRAD 3H) (Formerly NRAD 4) (Formerly NRAD 4A) (Formerly (Formerly NRAD 3B) NRAD (Formerly NRAD 3D) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta FOOD CUSTOMS AND CULTURE NUTRITION FOR FITNESS AND SPORT INDEPENDENT STUDIES: NUTRITION NUTRITION INFANT NUTRITION TODDLER/PRESCHOOLER CHILD NUTRITION & MATERNAL 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of nutrition under the - direc tion of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 222 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: NUTR 210. Examines the impact of stereotypes, stigmas, and discrimination on the (women, groups minority select and ethnic/racial non-dominant of health children and religious) based on their heritage consistent and food preferences. socio-political, Various patterns industrial, environmental, com- munication styles, and psychological factors influencing assimilation and acculturation will be analyzed to promote prejudice reduction derstanding and of the un- meaning of food to cultures around the world. Non- traditional and/or experiential teaching/learning strategies may be used to the life span. as deficiencies across as well nutritional excesses evaluate CSU. Transfer: 230 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156 and NUTR 210. Presents a specialized course relating nutrition to physical and fitness. performance Explores current trends, controversies, and professional pub- lications. Provides opportunity to analyze various dietary - recommenda them to specific physical needs. tions and relate CSU. Transfer: 247 214 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Examines the nutritional needs of the infant, including the importance of and its breastfeeding chemical composition as applied to the utilization of of these particularnutrients in the bodies individuals. CSU. Transfer: 216 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines the nutritional needs of the toddler/preschooler, including the interpretation of food groups and their chemical composition as applied in the bodies of these particularto the utilization of nutrients individuals. CSU. Transfer: 218 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines the nutritional requirements of the pregnant woman, - develop ing fetus, infant, toddler and child. (Formerly NUTR 14) NUTR (Formerly NUTR 16) (Formerly NUTR 18) (Formerly NUTR 22) (Formerly NUTR 30) (Formerly NUTR 47) (Formerly (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (1.0) (2.0 to 0.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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NUTRITION Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines the nutritional needs of the pregnant woman and developing fetus, including interpretation of food groups and their position chemical as com- applied to the utilization of nutrients in the particular individuals. bodies of these Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. This course is designed for current or prospective members of health- pro dentists, dietitians, assistants, physician physicians, nurses, as such fessions dental hygienists, physical therapists and occupational therapists. Studies the nutritional needs of the human life function cycle. and chemical Examines classification the of biological nutrients.Relates nutrition con- cepts to health and disease. 211 Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Examines nutritional needs throughout the life cycle including the inter- utilization the to applied as food of composition chemical the of pretation of nutrients in the body. 210 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Non-Applicable Identification and application of skills designedthe nursing program. Emphasizes effective study to supportroutines, time manage- success in establishing preparation, clinical texts, nursing reading for strategies ment, and running effective studyTest groups. taking strategies specific to the reviewed. NCLEX style test question are 000 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline- of fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience an individual by student in a selected topic of nursing under the direction of an instructor. 6.0 hours laboratory per week 6.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertakenin which the study is to be 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 247 (Formerly NRAD 100) (Formerly NUTR 10) (Formerly NUTR 11) (Formerly NUTR 12) (Formerly (Formerly NRAD 93) (Formerly (Formerly NRAD 47) NRAD (Formerly Courses Courses (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 1.0) 177

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 PARALEGAL FAMILY LAW PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE PRACTICE LAW FAMILY PARALEGAL PARALEGAL INTERNSHIP PARALEGAL DOCUMENTS PROCEDURES AND CIVIL/LITIGATION BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS LAW PROCEDURES FOR FAMILY OFFICE LAW PLANNING AND PROCEDURES FOR ESTATE OFFICE LAW ADMINISTRATION Prerequisite: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in BUS 218 in BUS enrollment completion of or concurrent Successful Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. the terminology Introduces and used procedures in non-litigation matters law practice. in a business and legal document preparation 107 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 or equiv. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the terminology Introduces used and procedures in non-litigation matters and estate planning matters. in probate and legal documents preparation 203 laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 7.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable 220 105 and LGL 101, PLGL PLGL Prerequisite: Provides students an opportunity to experience the responsibilities of an to their courses in paralegal studies. in a legal setting related employee CSU. Transfer: 105 laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable per minute 120A or the ability to type 25 words CAOA 162, CAOA Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. procedure civil general in used procedures and terminology the Introduces and litigation trial, including and pretrial procedures, post discovery, trial em- and disputes landlord/tenant as such areas specific Covers procedures. - res dispute alternative in used procedures includes and disputes ployment olution such as arbitration and mediation. Sample pleadings, forms, and documents will be processed in logical sequence and will be accompanied by definitions, background information and stepby step instructions and statements of procedures. 106 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. rules including paralegal, the of responsibilities professional the Introduces ethical regarding conduct and a basic overview of the legal system and - re search. Covers different law office management functions commonly per- formed by paralegals such as basic correspondence, billing and financial management, calendar and docket control management, file and record management, and library management. 102A week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable 124 in LGL enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Advisory: 156. ENGL the terminology Introduces and used in procedures non-litigation matters Law matters. in California Family and legal documents preparation 102B 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 123 in LGL enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156. Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly PARAL 2A) PARAL (Formerly 2B) PARAL (Formerly 3) PARAL (Formerly 5) PARAL (Formerly 6) PARAL (Formerly 7) PARAL (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (0.5) (3.0) (0.5) (3.0) ( 4.0 to 0.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) INTRODUCTION TO LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES FOR INTRODUCTION TO LAW PARALEGALS INTRODUCTION TO ONLINE COURSES INDEPENDENT STUDIES - OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION OCEANOGRAPHY & CHILD NUTRITION MATERNAL NUTRITION SPECIAL TOPIC NUTRITION ARALEGAL P ONLINE OCEANOGRAPHY Cuesta College Cuesta 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 101 4.5 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable students Introduces to the different types of technologies utilized in a dis- tance education course. Students will determine if distance education is right for them and learn academic and technological skills for success in distance education and technology mediated courses. 101 Provides an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of Oceanography under the of an instructor. direction CSU. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in OCEN 210 enrollment Completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: Laboratory and field investigationsing geologic, physical, chemical, and biological aspects of marineof the ocean and environments, coastal area. The course emphasizes changing physical factors and human includ- activities as they affect the oceans. 210L 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: An introductory course designed to acquaint treated the oceanography. Topics include the student history and with scope of general oceanog- propertiesocean of currents, ocean sea waves and water, tides, raphy, sub- marine morphology and geology, marine sediments, life in the sea, and environments. the significance of the oceans to local and global 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI 123 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. 210 193F 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193D 193 Applicable Associate Degree Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. (Formerly PARAL 1) PARAL (Formerly (Formerly OCEAN 10L) (Formerly OCEAN 47) (Formerly ONLINE 1) (Formerly (Formerly NUTR 93) NUTR (Formerly NUTR 93D) (Formerly NUTR 93F) (Formerly OCEAN 10) (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta WRESTLING SPRINGBOARD DIVING POLO WATER INDEPENDENT STUDIES: PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY PARALEGALS ISSUES FOR CURRENT ETHICAL FOR PARALEGALS AND INVESTIGATION INTERVIEWING LIBRARY LAW SWIMMING PE ACTIVITIES Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 250 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable and Greco-Roman freestyle, in involved techniques skill basic the Presents Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 241 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable instruction Provides and practice in springboard diving with emphasis on mastery body mechanics and coordination, of diving techniques. PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 242 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Provides the opportunity for swimmers to the rulesof knowledge water and polo. Presents fundamental skills of the develop an interest in and game. PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an opportunityProvides for an in-depth study or skill development expe- rience by an individual student in a selected topic of physical education of an instructor. under the direction 193B per week 6.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 193C 6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193D 4.5 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 240 week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the enrolling before skill level of the preceding the objectives Advisory: Meet levels. advanced Provides training for students wishing to improve swimming skills in or- der to increase recreational enjoyment, to improve stroke technique, and and stamina. endurance, strength, to increase (Formerly PARAL 93B) PARAL (Formerly 93C) PARAL (Formerly 93D) PARAL (Formerly 41) PEACT (Formerly 42) PEACT (Formerly 47) PEACT (Formerly 50) PEACT (Formerly (Formerly PEACT 40) PEACT (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (1.0) (2.0 to 0.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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6.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193A Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193 Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of Paralegal under the - direc tion of an instructor. 147 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces Introduces the paralegal student to legal terminology commonly used in corpo- law, criminal procedures, and litigation civil law, family of areas the law and estate planning. administrative rate law, 132 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Examines Examines current ethical issues for paralegals using case law and examples and paralegal misconduct. of lawyer 131 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable investigative Presents techniques and strategies and interviewing methods of litigation. for evidence gathering for all areas 130 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable 156 or equiv. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the fundamental principles of estate planning and tration along with adminis- the procedures, terminology, and legal document and form preparation involved in estate planning and administration matters. cover aspects of estate Topics planning including the preparation of wills, trusts, and related documents along with aspects of estate administration disposition outside of probate. and estate proceedings including probate 108 Introduces Introduces the fundamental principles of California Family with Law the terminology, along procedures, and legal document and form - prepa ration involved in family law partnerships,domestic principles versus marriage regarding law California matters. Topics include an overview of of community property law, marital and cohabitation agreements, legal separations, marital and domestic partnership dissolutions, annulments, spousal and domestic partner support, child custody and support, pater- adoption, and domestic violence. nity, (Formerly PARAL 93A) PARAL (Formerly (Formerly PARAL 93) PARAL (Formerly (Formerly PARAL 31) PARAL (Formerly 32) PARAL (Formerly 47) PARAL (Formerly (Formerly PARAL 8) PARAL (Formerly 30) PARAL (Formerly General Info Courses (1.0) (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) 179

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 TOTAL BODY FITNESS TOTAL Baseball BASKETBALL SPECIAL TOPIC PHYSICAL EDUCATION TRAINING IN ATHLETICS PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE GOLF TENNIS tation, and courttation, and etiquette of badminton. 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 193C 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable development, cardiovascular endurance, muscular of concepts the Presents and resistance training to improve overall muscle tone, cardiovascular fit- ness and body composition. Students will use various exercise equipment fitness. overall to improve in a guided environment Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 291 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents baseball. advanced of practice and theory drills, skills, the Presents individual and team instruction to own personal develop skills player’s in atmosphere. a competitive PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 292 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Emphasizes basic skills, techniques, theories, strategems, and rule inter- used in basketball. pretations PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 193B Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC in PEAD, total of 4 semester credits limit CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 283 per week 3.0 hours laboratory Associate Degree Applicable sportthe in skills and knowledge one’s develop opportunityto an Presents technique. etiquette and rules, emphasizes strategy, Instruction of golf. PEAC total in PEAD, credits limit of 4 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 285 week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the enrolling before skill level of the preceding the objectives Advisory: Meet levels. advanced Introduces the basic Tennis: Beginning skills and strokes used in - control ling rules, play, and etiquette of the Reviews game. Tennis: Intermediate basic ground strokes, improves serving technique, introduces skills and starts advanced on basic in- strategy Presents patterns. Tennis: Advanced dividual instruction to develop own player’s personal stroke pattern and atmosphere. skills in a competitive refine (Formerly PEACT 93) PEACT (Formerly (Formerly PEACT 91) PEACT (Formerly 92) PEACT (Formerly 93B) PEACT (Formerly 93C) PEACT (Formerly (Formerly PEACT 83 PEACT (Formerly 85) PEACT (Formerly (1.0) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) BADMINTON WEIGHT TRAINING CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING STRETCHING ROUTINES FOR FITNESS AND STRETCHING ROUTINES FOR FITNESS AND SPORTS ENDURANCE CONDITIONING ADULT FITNESS ADULT STEP TRAINING Cuesta College Cuesta 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable skill techniques, strategy Emphasizes of singles and doubles, rule- interpre 281 Presents the different concepts of strength, endurance and muscle tone de- tone muscle and endurance strength, of concepts different the Presents weights free and machine use will Students training. weight of velopment for fitness development. PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 270 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT Introduces Introduces an open laboratory physical fitness course designed to develop muscular endurance and strength. Presents an opportunity to develop a opti- efficiency, cardiovascular to leading habits work and attitude positive mum body composition and flexibility. 269 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable re- a program of Presents controlled stretch patterns to increase flexibility, injuries in sports activities. lax tension, and help prevent 268 Presents Presents a programmed walking, running,through swimming and/or cycling. method of cardiovascular/respiratory PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC fitness Transfer: courses). and PEAT 266 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 3.0 hours laboratory per week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents the methods, opportunity, materials, and knowledge for the stu- program. dent to begin a lifetime adult physical fitness Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, credits limit of 4 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 265 3.0 hours laboratory per week 3.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents a total program. a step training fitness through and flexibility strength fitnessprogram, including cardiovascular, muscular 264 college-style wrestling. Emphasizes active participation in drill and scrim- and drill participation in active Emphasizes wrestling. college-style mage situations. PEAC PEAD, total in of 4 semester credits limit CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT (PEACT 69) (PEACT 70) PEACT (Formerly 81) PEACT (Formerly (Formerly PEACT 64) PEACT (Formerly 65) PEACT (Formerly 66) PEACT (Formerly 68) (PEACT (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL: WOMEN INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING AND DIVING INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL: MEN BASEBALL: INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL: MEN INTERCOLLEGIATE WOMEN BASKETBALL: INTERCOLLEGIATE ICS HLET PE AT 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable an opportunity for physically students advanced to furtherPresents - devel and skill op in knowledge the sport of swimming and diving. Appropriate for students desiring the physical, mental and emotional challenges that in competition. inherent are PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 233 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Considers broad aspects of intercollegiate basketball. Emphasizes offen- sive and defensive floor strategies, thefor engaging physicalin competitive sports, conditioningand the necessary responsibilities required of a who participatesplayer in a team activity. PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 228 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents the theory and practice of cross country running participation competition. in intercollegiate and includes PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 231 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Develops advanced knowledge and skill in the sport softball. of women’s the physical, mental, and emotional Provides challenges in inherent inter- collegiate competition. PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 232 225 per week 10.0 hours laboratory Applicable Associate Degree Develops advanced knowledge Appropriate and for students skills desiring the in physical, baseball competition. intercollegiate in challenges inherent mental, the and emotional sport of PEAC total in PEAD, credits limit of 4 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: baseball. courses). and PEAT 226 week 10.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Considers broad aspects of intercollegiate basketball emphasis on offensive and defensive floor strategies. Attention is given to competition with the and sports competitive in engaging for necessary conditioning physical who participates of a player in a team activity. required responsibilities PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 227 (Formerly PEATH 28) PEATH (Formerly 31) PEATH (Formerly 32) PEATH (Formerly 33) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 25) PEATH (Formerly 26) PEATH (Formerly 27) PEATH (Formerly (1.0) (1.0) (3.0) (0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) (1.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 Y INTRODUCTION TO RECREATION AND LEISURE INTRODUCTION TO RECREATION SERVICES INTRAMURAL AND RECREATIONAL SPORT INTRAMURAL AND RECREATIONAL PROGRAMMING PROGRAM PLANNING RECREATION INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION INDEPENDENT STUDIES: PHYSICAL EDUCATION EDUCATION STUDIES: PHYSICAL INDEPENDENT ATHLETICS SPECIAL TOPIC ATHLETICS PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE THEOR Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the heritage, current programs and the future physical education profession. potential of the CSU; UC. Transfer: 207 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 203 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156 Eligibility Prerequisite: Presents philosophy, foundations, policy and techniques underlying in- tramurals and recreational sport programming in schools, public, private and commercial recreation settings. Analyzes program design for informal, club, league and tournament formats. Discusses appropriate means for promotion, safety and risk management and participant recognition. sport plan created. Detailed program courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: 204 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents a theoretical and practical approach to program planning, orga- nization, implementation, and evaluation of recreation services in public, non-profit, private, and commercial settings. Emphasis on- interrelation physi- objectives, and goals with participants of interests and needs of ship events conducting and planning Includes content. activity and settings cal supervisionunder direct of instructor and local agency supervisor. courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 205 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable lenges that are inherent in competition against students representing other other representing students against competition in inherent are that lenges colleges. PEAC PEAD, total in of 4 semester credits limit CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 247 week 6.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: undertaken.in which the study is to be an opportunityProvides for an in-depth study or skill development expe- rience by an individual student in a selected topic of physical education of an instructor. athletics under the direction CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. (Formerly PETHRY 3) PETHRY (Formerly 4) PETHRY (Formerly 5) PETHRY (Formerly 7) PETHRY (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 93) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 47) PEATH (Formerly (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) (3.0 to 1.5) WOMEN’S INTERCOLLEGIATE WATER POLO WATER WOMEN’S INTERCOLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE WOMEN’S SOCCER INTERCOLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE WRESTLING INTERCOLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE WATER POLO WATER INTERCOLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL: WOMEN INTERCOLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK AND FIELD TRACK INTERCOLLEGIATE Cuesta College Cuesta 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents an opportunity for physically advanced students to further de- velop a knowledge and skill in the sport of chal- emotional and mental water physical, the desiring students for appropriate polo. This offering is Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 239 Develops advanced knowledge and skills in the sport of soccer. Appropriate Appropriate soccer. of sport the in skills and knowledge advanced Develops for students desiring the physical, mental and emotional challenges inher- soccer competition. ent in intercollegiate 238 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Develops knowledge and skill in the sport of wrestling. Emphasizes skill instruction and conditioning techniques that prepare students for inter- collegiate competition. 237 Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT 10.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Presents an opportunity for physically advanced students to further de- velop a knowledge and skill in the sport of water polo. chal- emotional and mental physical, the desiring students for This appropriate offering is other representing students against competition in inherent are that lenges colleges. 236 Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, limit of 4 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: courses). and PEAT Presents Presents an opportunity for physically advanced students to further de- velop a knowledge and skill in the sport chal- of emotional and mental physical, the desiring students for appropriate volleyball. This offering is other representing students against competition in inherent are that lenges colleges. 235 week 10.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 4 semester credits total in PEAD, PEAC PEAC total in PEAD, credits limit of 4 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT 10.0 hours laboratory per week 10.0 hours laboratory per Associate Degree Applicable Presents the theory and practice of track and field athletics. Includes the rules and fundamentals of the track and field events and participation in track meets. intercollegiate 234 Presents Presents an opportunity for advanced tennis students to further develop a knowledge and skill in the sport. Appropriate for students desiring the competition. of intercollegiate and emotional challenge physical, mental, PEAC PEAD, total in of 4 semester credits limit CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: courses). and PEAT (Formerly PEATH 39) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 38) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 37) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 35) PEATH (Formerly 36) PEATH (Formerly (Formerly PEATH 34) PEATH (Formerly (3.0) (2.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) Cuesta College Cuesta INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC LIFEGUARD TRAINING INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY FUNDAMENTALS OF PERSONAL TRAINING AND TRAINING AND OF PERSONAL FUNDAMENTALS EXERCISE LEADERSHIP SAFETY INSTRUCTOR WATER PHILOSOPHY Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 208 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility a Presents study of language and its functions, definitions, informal falla- of techniques and concepts fundamental the and reasoning, inductive cies, traditional and modern logic. CSU; UC. Transfer: 222 laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable swimming instruction completion of advanced and a health- Successful Prerequisite: recommended examination are screening Prepares individuals to effectively assumeties theof lifeguards at swimming dutiespools and protected (no-surf) open - responsibili and water beaches. courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: 205 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the literature of the through New Testament their history, Hebrew literary conventions, authors, scriptures and and the sources. Christian CSU; UC. Transfer: 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Analyzes philosophers. major of concepts and methods, scope, the Presents texts. original from of selections the reading their philosophies through Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). total in PETH semester credits limit of 8 UC (UC credit CSU; Transfer: CSU; UC. 218 3.0 hours laboratory) week: (2.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Presents fundamentals of personal training healthy populations. Students will demonstrate skills and in formulating and leading exercise - conduct and prescriptions with exercise assessments, fitness and risk evaluating training sessions. and individual ing both group courses). total in PETH credits limit of 8 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 221 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 Associate Degree Applicable swim- of advanced for ENGL 156 and successful completion Advisory: Eligibility examination. ming instructions and a health-screening instruction Provides and practice in American Red Cross life-saving tech- swimming niques. and Cross life-saving Red Reviews courses. Cross Red Instructor may be earned. Safety Water certification as a courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: (Formerly PETHRY 18) PETHRY (Formerly 21) PETHRY (Formerly 22) PETHRY (Formerly 5) PHIL (Formerly 6) PHIL (Formerly 8) PHIL (Formerly (2.0) (2.0) (3.0) (2.0) (3.0) (3.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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Introduces Introduces the basic fundamentals, techniques, rules, regulations and or- country. ganization of track and field and cross 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 216 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents all the fundamental phases of defensive and offensivein- are studies video and demonstrations, discussion, chalkboard Lectures, baseball. cluded in the course. 215 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the physiological principles and other factors that foundations provide for the the development and maintenance of fitness. optimal physical Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: 214 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility the student with basic to exposure the and of Provides care ac- prevention tivity injuries. Includes general principles in sports medicine and athletic training. 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 213 Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses. total in PETH limit of 8 semester credits (UC credit CSU; UC Transfer: 210). 225 and PETH ACSK of one course between credit Maximum 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Designed to increase the success student’s in college by assisting the stu- education- reach to necessary concepts of knowledge the obtaining in dent al objectives. Information and opportunities are provided for students to and life. learn and adopt methods to be successful in college Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). total in PETH credits limit of 8 semester CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 210 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Presents the history, the and philosophy, the theory of recreation leader- ship and the associated techniques used by modern recreation and leisure and skills. leadership styles, characteristics Emphasizes professionals. 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 4.0 hours per week: (2.5 Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (UC credit limit of 8 semester credits total in PETH courses). PETH total in of 8 semester credits limit CSU; UC (UC credit Transfer: 208 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the principles, philosophy, history, organization and direction - com and private voluntary, public, the in services leisure and recreation of career and clientele facilities, areas, functions, Emphasizes sectors. mercial opportunities within the profession. available (Formerly PETHRY 16) PETHRY (Formerly (Formerly PETHRY 13) PETHRY (Formerly 14) PETHRY (Formerly 15) PETHRY (Formerly (Formerly PETHRY 8) PETHRY (Formerly 10) PETHRY (Formerly General Info Courses (3.0) (3.0) ( 4.0) ( 5.0) ( 5.0) ( 4.0) 183

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 MODERN PHYSICS GENERAL PHYSICS PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS PHYSICAL SCIENCE: ASTRONOMY AND GEOLOGY SCIENCE: ASTRONOMY PHYSICAL GENERAL PHYSICS PHYSICS Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, credit for one series only between PHYS 205A-205B PHYS for one series only between UC, credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 208A-208B-208C). and PHYS 208C 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 208B PHYS Prerequisite: quan- theory, Bohr particles, and waves relativity, of principles the Presents structure, elementaryatomic equation, Schroedinger’s and mechanics tum algebra. and radioactivity using calculus and vector nuclear structure 205A-205B PHYS for one series only between UC, credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 208A-208B-208C). and PHYS 205B laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 205A or equivalent PHYS Prerequisite: Presents the principles of geometric optics, dynamic electricity physical and magnetism, optics, introductory D.C. static and A.C. and circuit particlestheory, relativity, and waves, atomic structure, radioactivity and using trigonometry. nuclear reactions 205A-205B PHYS for one series only between UC, credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 208A-208B-208C). and PHYS 208A laboratory) 7.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable 265A or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: the Presents principles of statics and dynamics of particles and rigid bod- using calculus. ies, fluids, harmonic motion, heat and thermodynamics 205A-205B PHYS for one series only between UC, credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 208A-208B-208C). and PHYS 208B 7.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 265B 208A and MATH PHYS Prerequisite: Presents the principles of wave motion, sound, geometric toptics, static and dynamic electricity and magnetism, and D.C. and A.C. cir- physical cuit theory using calculus. waves and electromagnetic 201B per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree 123SI or equivalent MATH 123, MATH Prerequisite: Advisory: 165. ENGL 156 or ENGL Presents a survey of the physical sciences, astronomy and geology. Not open to students who have credit for any college geology course. or astronomy - course in Chem if taken after a college level UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: istry or Physics). 205A hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (3.0 Associate Degree Applicable 231 or equivalent 229 or MATH MATH Prerequisite: the Presents principles of statics and dynamics of particles and rigid bod- ies, harmonic motion, fluidmechanics, heat, thermodynamics, wave mo- tion and sound using trigonometry. 205A-205B PHYS for one series only between UC, credit (For CSU; UC Transfer: 208A-208B-208C). and PHYS (Formerly PHYS 5B) PHYS (Formerly 8A) PHYS (Formerly 8B) PHYS (Formerly (Formerly PHYSCI 1B) PHYSCI (Formerly 8C) PHYS (Formerly (Formerly PHYS 5A) PHYS (Formerly (3.0) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB PHYSICAL SCIENCE: PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY (3.0) PHYSICAL SCIENCE: PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSICS IN ETHICS AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSICS IN ETHICS AND PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSICS IN THEORY OF REALITY AND OF OF IN THEORY PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSICS KNOWLEDGE WORLD RELIGIONS PHYSICAL SCIENCE Cuesta College Cuesta Applies Applies laboratory principles developed in Physical Science: Physics and Chemistry. course in Chem- if taken after a college level UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: istry or Physics). 3.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in PSCI 201A or equivalent enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, no credit if taken after a college level course in Chem- if taken after a college level UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: istry or Physics). 201AL Presents a survey of the physical sciences, physics and chemistry. Not open Not chemistry. and physics sciences, physical the of survey a Presents for any college chemistry credit to students who have or physics course. (Formerly PHYSCI 1A) PHYSCI (Formerly 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 123SI or equivalent 123, MATH MATH Prerequisite: Advisory: ENGL 156 or ENGL 165. 201A Provides an Provides opportunity for in-depth study or a practicum experience by direction the under philosophy of topic selected a in student individual an of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Studies problems in ethics and social philosophy by critically analyzing a selection of classic texts. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 213 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Presents an in-depth study of problems in the theoryclassics of selection a of analysis critical of a of means by reality knowledge of theory and the in philosophy. 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Presents the history, concepts, and Buddism. and Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, cultures Judaism, Emphasizes gions. of the world’s major - reli Surveys Jainism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Taoism, Shintoism, and Sikhism. 209 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly PHIL 13) PHIL (Formerly 1AL) PHYSCI (Formerly (Formerly PHIL 9) PHIL (Formerly 12) PHIL (Formerly 47) PHIL (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0 to 1.0) (2.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INDEPENDENT STUDIES: POLITICAL SCIENCE COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT COMPARATIVE INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY GOVERNMENT/POLITICS INTERNSHIP THE UNITED STATES AND POLITICS OF GOVERNMENT WORLD POLITICS AND POLITICS LAW 9.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable of instructor. approval POLS 202 and Prerequisite: Provides practical experience in the office of an elected representative, a or government agency, a non-governmental organization. Instructor will placement. coordinate 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 201A. Introduces the political and constitutional context of major legal - contro including versies, but not limited to civil rights, civil liberties, presidential state and local power. and national versus power, congressional versus CSU; UC. Transfer: 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Studies and compares constitutional ments, and political principles, problems of selected foreign institutions, countries and and institutions, developments, regions. philosophies, political - govern current Emphasizes basis. practices on a regional CSU; UC. Transfer: 209 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: POLS 201 and Eligibility Surveys the diversity of ideas and concepts in political thought from the to contemporary Plato from feminism. ancients to the present, CSU; UC. Transfer: 137 202 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility outputs policy and operation, institutions, the to introduction an Presents of the American political system at the national, state, The structures and functions of and American will government be explored in local levels. the context of their historical development and their relation to political today. and interest power CSU; UC. Transfer: 204 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Examines the nature of relations among states. Analyzes the basic forces affecting the formulation of foreign policy and the dynamics of interna- tional politics. Emphasizes contemporary problems affecting theUnited other nations of the world. to of America in relation States CSU; UC. Transfer: 205 (Formerly POLSCI 2) POLSCI (Formerly POLSCI 4) (Formerly POLSCI 5) (Formerly POLSCI 6) (Formerly POLSCI 9) (Formerly POLSCI 37) (Formerly POLSCI 47) (Formerly (3.0) (1.5) (1.0) (3.0) (3.0) ( 4.0 to 0.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE ADDITIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING TOPICS FOR PHYSICS ADDITIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING 208A/B PHYSICS RESEARCH SEMINAR PHYSICS SPECIAL TOPIC INDEPENDENT STUDIES – PHYSICS TECHNICAL PHYSICS INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS INTRODUCTION

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POLITICAL SCIENCE Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Surveys the scope, methods and theories of political science with special emphasis on contemporary political issues and problems. 201 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable This course presents students calculus-based in physics problems and problem solving strategies. It additional with is designed for students who are currently enrolled in either PHYS 208A or PHYS 208B and is closely these classes. in aligned with the pace and topics presented 1.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 193B Instructs Instructs and guides students with an interest in physics, astrophysics, or geophysics in planning and conducting their own modest research topic and presenting their results as a scientific paper and talk. Hands-on class papers, and senior applicable to research skills directly develops projects. 193A laboratory) 3.0 hours per week: (1.0 hours lecture, 2.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of Physics under the direction of an instructor. 247 Prerequisite: MATH 124A or equivalent MATH Prerequisite: 124B or equivalent MATH Co-requisite: Presents the basic physics principles of statics and dynamics of particles heat, gases, and waves. and rigid bodies, fluids, 230 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU; UC (For UC, no credit if taken after PHYS 205A, 208A or PSCI if taken after PHYS UC, no credit CSU; UC (For Transfer: 201A). Prerequisite: MATH 123 or MATH 123SI or MATH 123 MATH Prerequisite: Advisory: 165. ENGL 156 or ENGL Presents a survey of physical laws and principles involved in classical and 1A. for PHYSCI credit open to students who have modern physics. Not 210 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly POLSCI 1) (Formerly (Formerly PHYS 93A) PHYS (Formerly 93B) PHYS (Formerly (Formerly PHYS 47) PHYS (Formerly 6.0 hours laboratory per week (Formerly PHYS 10) PHYS (Formerly 30) PHYS (Formerly 93) PHYS (Formerly General Info Courses (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (0.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 185

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY PERSONALITY AND ADJUSTMENT INDEPENDENT STUDIES: PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL OLOGY PSYCH 401 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.designed to introduce students The to Psychologythe vast diverse field of psychology. is think, people what them, motivates what are, they who learn will students and a myriad of other questions about themselves and other people. They will begin to explore the science of human behavior through guest speak- ers, lectures, and readings. The scope of study will be an introduction to the psychology, exploration of the conscious and unconscious mind, the developmental processes throughout the lifespan, and therapeutic methods. disorders ment, and psychological personality - develop 206 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: PSYC 201. un- in useful methods and issues principles, concepts, basic the Introduces derstanding social behavior. Emphasizes social thinking and influence, and conflict. structure attitudes, biases, group CSU; UC. Transfer: 233 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable PSYC 201 Prerequisite: Presents theories in the study of personality. Includes a healthy comparison and unhealthy developmental of patterns. Emphasizes self-manage- and changing behavior. ment techniques as a means of understanding CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience - direc the under psychology of topic selected a in student individual an by tion of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 201 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree Advisory: 156. ENGL Introduces the field of psychology through a study of the facts and prin- ciples involved in learning, development, motivation, personality adjust- ment and the physiological and social bases of behavior. Presents concepts, basic vocabulary and methods of Emphasis psychology. is placed on to an understanding of human behavior those concepts which relate CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable PSYC 201 Prerequisite: Presents an analysis of the biological bases of behavior in terms lutionary, genetic, of anatomical - and evo physiological determinants. Examines development, sensory heredity, processes and the function of the nervous and endocrine systems. CSU; UC. Transfer: (Formerly PSYCH 1A) PSYCH (Formerly 2) PSYCH (Formerly 6) PSYCH (Formerly 33) PSYCH (Formerly 47) PSYCH (Formerly 401) PSYCH (Formerly (0.0) ( 6.5) (18.0) (18.5) (19.5) ( 4.0 to 0.5) PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN SPECIAL TOPIC PSYCHIATRIC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHIATRIC PSYCHIATRIC NURSING PSYCHIATRIC CARE OF THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED CARE OF THE DEVELOPMENTALLY NURSING SCIENCE HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS POLITICAL SCIENCE BASIC SKILLS HSD NON-CREDIT HNICIAN IC TEC PSYCHIATR Cuesta College Cuesta 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. Introductory psychiatric Introductory technician psychiatric training program. Concepts necessary presented. are institution mental forensic a in legally and safely practice to presented. are care client and and its affect on the The effect of culture 40.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Program Technician to the Psychiatric Admission Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 110 34.5 hours per week: (14.0 hours lecture, 20.5 hours laboratory) 34.5 hours per week: (14.0 hours lecture, 20.5 hours Associate Degree Applicable PSYT 207 Prerequisite: Introduces psychological and mental health concepts. prevention, Presents and treatment causes, of mental, emotional and behavior disorders. practice in interpersonal Provides skills, self understanding, problem solv- in methods ing, communication, and the use of rehabilitative client care. providing Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 209 Introduces Introduces concepts of care for the causes, developmentally prevention, and disabled. treatment of developmentally Presents disabled disorders. practice Provides and the rise of rehabilitative methods, problem solving, client care. and communication in providing 34.0 hours per week: (13.0 hours lecture, 21.0 hours laboratory) 34.0 hours per week: (13.0 hours lecture, 21.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable PSYT 207 Prerequisite: Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 208 Prerequisite: PSYT 110 Prerequisite: Presents principles of Mental Health and Physical Health. Term Principles Long of in patients of care the in applied are Skills Clinical Theory and Care and Respite Day Care facilities. Students demonstrate skill competent performance in a simulated clinical for a Care of variety common diseases and care Nursing Standard setting. Process, Principles of Nursing also a focus. of the elderly are 207 hours lecture, 20.5 hours laboratory) 36.0 hours per week: (15.5 Associate Degree Applicable 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course a towards highPolitical schoolScience diploma. is designed to acquaint the student with the organization and mechanics of our federal, state, and local systems of will Students government. study contemporary- as rel well issues as democracy American of ideals basic the to American government. evant 401 Provides an opportunity for an in-depth study or practicum experience by by experience practicum or study in-depth an opportunityfor an Provides an individual student in a selected topic of government under the - direc tion of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: (Formerly PSYTEC 10) (Formerly (Formerly PSYTEC 93) (Formerly (Formerly POLSCI 401) POLSCI (Formerly PSYTEC 8) (Formerly PSYTEC 9) (Formerly (Formerly PSYTEC 7) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS SOCIAL PROBLEMS MANAGEMENT PROPERTY REAL ESTATE SPECIAL TOPIC REAL ESTATE INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY 204 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: SOC 201A and eligibility for ENGL 156. Introduces the basic principles of criminology including the various the- ories of criminal behavior and the processing of delinquency and prison. from trial, detention, and release crime icluding arrest, CSU. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Introduces the basic principles of sociology including life. of group and process and the structure society, of human structure the study of the CSU; UC. Transfer: 201B 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: ENGL 156. SOC 201A and eligibility for education, religion, economy, (family, institutions social major the Studies and politics) including their structures and functions. Considers of other our institutions and those and draws comparisons between works major societies. CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: SOC 201A and eligibility for ENGL 156. Examines current social problems and the sociological concepts, theories, and methods used in their analysis. Emphasis is on the role of power and consequences and causes the problems, social of definition the in ideology crime, include Topics intervention. of methods the and problems, social of and family problems. race/ethnic inequality, gender inequality, poverty, CSU; UC. Transfer: to analyze the impact that national, regional, and community, - neighbor CA the of portion a Meets values. and uses estate real on have trends hood requirements. pre-licensing of RE education Dept. 169 per week 3.0 hours lecture Associate Degree Applicable RE 160 Prerequisite: 156 or equivalent for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Presents a comprehensive introduction into the principles and practices of Real Property Management from the property manager’s perspective. Course covers residential, special housing, retail, property office, management. and Emphasis industrial on practical management principles. application of property 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 201A (Formerly RE 69) (Formerly SOC 1A) (Formerly SOC 1B) (Formerly SOC 2) (Formerly SOC 4) (Formerly (Formerly RE 93) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0 to 0.5) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 SPANISH SPECIAL TOPIC SPANISH I HSD NON-CREDIT BASIC SKILLS SPANISH CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH WITH A FOCUS ON DAILY WITH A FOCUS ON DAILY SPANISH CONVERSATIONAL ACTIVITIES INDEPENDENT STUDIES: SPANISH SPANISH SPANISH 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 401 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.Per California Foreign Language Standards (1995), Spanish 1 focuses on teaching stu- Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 210 2.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 201 or equivalent SPAN Prerequisite: Presents an opportunity to practice and build upon previously acquired Spanish speaking and listening skills. Through topic-based conversations, guided discussions and skills building spontaneous), students will activities continue to (both develop their oral/aural controlled abilities and in Spanish. Course emphasis will include increasing speaking proficiency and adding to awareness of aspects of the diverse Hispanic culture. This course is offered in week 9 modules. The vocabulary in accordance with the componenttopic of the module. varies The grammar component is Spanish. in common to all modules. This course is taught CSU. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory have The student must Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience direction the under Spanish of topic selected a in student individual an by of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 203 1.0 hours laboratory) week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 5.0 hours per Applicable Associate Degree equivalent 202 or SPAN Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of SPAN view 202 with topic-centered incorporating intensive practice an in listening intensive comprehension, language - re acquisition, oral interaction, and paragraph readings from the Hispanic world writing. include social, cultural, and history Selected vi- Language laboratory practice is required. and poetry. gnettes, prose, CSU; UC. Transfer: 204 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 Associate Degree Applicable 203 or equivalent SPAN Prerequisite: com- in practice extensive gives and 203 SPAN of continuation a Presents position, conversation and comprehension. sources, the course Drawing provides a comprehensive from grammar review, extensive authentic oral practice and an introduction to literary concepts. flects the emerging students’ ability to perform Competency both orally and in written - re form with complicated situations. Language lab practice is required. Lab material is computer-based and includes an interactive CD ROM, digi- talized video and extensive on-line resources either created or organized the instructor. by (Formerly SPAN 3) SPAN (Formerly 4) SPAN (Formerly 10) SPAN (Formerly 47) SPAN (Formerly 93) SPAN (Formerly 401) SPAN (Formerly (4.0) (3.0) (3.0) ( 4.0) (2.0 to 0.5) SPANISH SPANISH ELEMENTARY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: SOCIOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S GROUP RELATIONS MINORITY ANISH SP Cuesta College Cuesta Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 5.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable 201 or equivalent SPAN Prerequisite: Presents a continuation of SPAN 201 with practice a in topic-centered, listening intensive comprehension, language acquisition, world Hispanic the from readings oral Selected development. writing and tion, interac- laboratoryLanguage practice poetry. and prose, vignettes, cultural include is required. Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 202 5.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: ( 4.0 hours lecture, 1.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable with introductorytopic-based, contemporaryin a course Spanish Presents emphasis on listening comprehension, language acquisition, oral interac- tion, culture-centered reading, and writing basic Spanish. Social and cul- some with along presented are world Spanish-speaking the of aspects tural of the most essential forms, structures, and vocabulary in the Language laboratory practice is required. language. 201 Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Prerequisite: The student must have completed preparatory course work in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of sociology under the - direc tion of an instructor. 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Studies Studies the interaction of gender and Introduces theories society. of gen- der differentiation, stratification, genderand roles.methodology and examines current Discusses research on gender, research both within and outside the United States. Investigates how social (e.g., race, class) and have shaped the lives of cultural men and women as factors well as how they have affected their social and cultural environments.Examines the role and status of U.S. women and men within the larger social structure. Women and men in varying cultural settings will be examined, with larger affect and women of roles an the shape systems social how on emphasis U.S. institutions. 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Advisory: 156. ENGL Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 208 Advisory:eligibility for ENGL 156. SOC 201A and Studies America. in groups minority selected of characteristics the Surveys issues and social conflictsrelationships. associated with minority-group dominant 206 per week 3.0 hours lecture Applicable Associate Degree (Formerly SPAN 2) SPAN (Formerly (Formerly SPAN 1) SPAN (Formerly (Formerly SOC 6) SOC (Formerly SOC 8) (Formerly SOC 47) (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (2.0 to 0.5) (4.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta ENGLISH FOR BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS INDEPENDENT STUDIES: SPEECH SPEECH SPECIAL TOPIC SKILLS, LEVEL 1 CONVERSATIONAL WORK-RELATED SKILLS, LEVEL 2 CONVERSATIONAL WORK-RELATED COMMUNICATION INTERCULTURAL AND DEBATE ARGUMENTATION IONAL ESL VOCAT 3.0 hours lecture per week VESL 701 or equivalent. Advisory: 703 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) Advisory: Literacy). Completion of ESL 701 (Beginning on Focuses basic language skills associated with computers, computer - vo cabulary in the automated office environment. used and procedures Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 247 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: in which the study is to be undertaken. an Provides opportunity for an in-depth study or a practicum experience by an individual student in a selected topic of speech under the direction of an instructor. CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 701 3.0 hours lecture per week Advisory: or equivalent. ESL placement evaluation Focuses on work-related conversation, reading, and writing for the non- is required. English No speaker at the beginning level. native 702 Provides Provides for an exploration of discussion techniques, personality interac- tion and group decision making. Students will select discussions. topics for class and research the CSU. Transfer: 212 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable 156. for ENGL Advisory: Eligibility Focuses on the importance of culture and its effect on communication. Examines interactive patterns of communication across various cultural contexts (international, ethnic, gender, and methods class) and and techniques assess of different adapting overcome communication the difficulties to of intercultural enhance communication. Analyzes and how cultures adapt, borrow, communicate verbally and non-verbally, and are world. in a diverse represented CSU; UC. Transfer: 215 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 201A. Advisory: Eligibility Building, defending, and refuting arguments in formal and informal set- tings. Evaluation and use of evidence, reasoning, and sources. Emphasis on oral advocacy and debate skills such as organization, refutation, cross examination, and audience adaptation. Students will debate and commu- nicate arguments orally. (Formerly SPCH 93) (Formerly (Formerly SPCH 12) SPCH (Formerly SPCH 15) (Formerly SPCH 47) (Formerly VESL 701) (Formerly VESL 702) (Formerly VESL 703 (Formerly (3.0) (3.0) (3.0) (0.0) (0.0) 2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009

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IONS SPEECH COMMUNICAT 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility Transfer: CSU; UC. Transfer: 210 Presents an introduction Presents to the oral and reading dramat- of prose, poetry, ic literature. Emphasis is placed on techniques of analysis. delivery and literary 202A 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable Introduces public speaking with an emphasis on clear, logical organization logical clear, on emphasis an with speaking public Introduces deliveryand effective of expository speeches. and persuasive CSU; UC. Transfer: 3.0 hours lecture per week Associate Degree Applicable for ENGL 156. Advisory: Eligibility 201A 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towards a high school diploma.Per California Foreign Language Standards (1995), Spanish 3 focuses on teaching stu- dents how to read, write, speak and understand standard Spanish topics and structures grammar the revisiting as well As at level. intermediate an focused on during 2, Spanish students will delve deeper into the - relation ship between the preterit and the imperfect, the use of direct and indirect subjunctive, present the learn will pronouns, reflexive and pronouns object conditional, and present perfect tenses, and be introduced to the Spanish passive voice and the imperfect subjunctive. They willreach further into their cultural knowledge in order to be able to express and defend opin- will Students skills. language their develop and furtherrefine will and ions use Spanish selectively both within and beyond the school setting. This class requires students to participate in cultural projects which stress the world language applications. integration of textbook learning with real 403 20.0 hours lecture per week This is an elective course towardsa high school diploma.Per California Foreign Language Standards (1995), Spanish 2 focuses on teaching stu- dents how to read, write, speak and understand standard Spanish at a ba- sic level. Students will acquire additional basic vocabulary and grammar structures, including the regular and irregular direct and comparisons, tense, future the interrogatives, commands, preterit tense, tense, imperfect and indirect object pronouns. Students are exposed to and expected to work with the cultures of the Spanish-speaking countries of Students the will use world. Spanish selectively both within and beyond the school setting. This classrequires students to participate in culturalprojects, in- to their own. cluding comparing and contrasting other cultures 402 dents how to read, write, speak and understand standard Spanish at a basic basic a at Spanish standard understand and speak write, read, to how dents level. Students will acquire basic vocabulary and grammar structures, in- cluding the simple present tense, noun-adjective agreement, subject-verb agreement, interrogatives, the immediate future tense, and the preterite tense. Students are exposed to and expected to work with the cultures of the Spanish-speaking countries of the world. Students will use Spanish selectively both within and beyond the school setting. This class requires students to participate in cultural projects, including comparing and con- to their own. trasting other cultures (Formerly SPCH 10) (Formerly (Formerly SPCH 1A) (Formerly SPCH 2A) (Formerly (Formerly SPAN 402) SPAN (Formerly 403) SPAN (Formerly General Info Courses (3.0) (2.5) (2.5) (3.0) (4.0 to 3.0) ( 4.0 to 0.5) 189

2008-2009 Catalog 2008-2009 WELDING TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL TOPIC FABRICATION METAL WELDING CERTIFICATION METALLURGY PROCESSING AND MATERIALS BLUEPRINT READING WELDING POWER Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 193 Associate Degree Applicable Examines a special topic in the field of studyrelated to the discipline of- fering this course. 4.5 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (1.5 hours lecture, 3.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable - var of repair and diagnostics maintenance, selection, of principles Applies ious welding power supplies and external drive mechanisms. Includes in- struction and hands on experiences in electrical principles as they pertain to machine selection, installation, operation and maintenance. Manual, semiautomatic and automatic equipment will be included as focus topics for this course. 277 laboratory) 6.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 4.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable WELD 270A Prerequisite: met- from projects major construct and design to opportunity an Provides al. Manufacturing processes and production techniques are included in projects. planning and developing CSU. Transfer: 280 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable WELD 270B in enrollment concurrent Completion of or Prerequisite: the Continues WELD student 270B. to Prepares meet industry standards in shielded metal arc welding on plate steel. Includes procedure performance qualification, and workmanship, techniques, inspection. Provides opportunity for certification to Code. Welding Structural the American Welding Society D1.1 Presents advanced welding with Gas Tungsten Arc (Heliarc) Welding, Gas Gas Welding, (Heliarc) Arc Tungsten Gas with welding advanced Presents and Metal Arc processes Flux Core (Wire Welding on Arc Feed) Welding materials. and nonferrous ferrous CSU. Transfer: 273 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 5.0 hours per week: (2.0 Associate Degree Applicable Emphasizes the mechanical and physical properties of ferrous and non- ferrous metals. preparation and Includes inspection of metal samples and processes. manufacturing and forming CSU. Transfer: 175 hours lecture, 3.0 hours laboratory) 4.5 hours per week: (1.5 Associate Degree Applicable WELD in enrollment WELD 270A, and completion of or concurrent Prerequisite: 270B. 123. Advisory: MATH Provides students with instruction and experience with structural, - archi tectural and shop blueprints commonly utilized in the welding industry. Interpretation, drawing, and application of skills will be applied to deter- construction.mining job cost, material acquisition and project 176 (Formerly WELD 93) (Formerly (Formerly WELD 73) WELD (Formerly WELD 75) (Formerly WELD 76) (Formerly WELD 77) (Formerly WELD 80) (Formerly (2.0) (0.0) (0.0) (0.0) (4.0 to 3.0) (4.0 to 3.0) (4.0 to 3.0) & GTAW WELDING: GMAW ADVANCED WELDING ADVANCED BASIC WELDING INDEPENDENT STUDIES: METALS TECHNOLOGY INDEPENDENT STUDIES: METALS SKILLS FOR WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE COMMUNICATION BASIC OFFICE SKILLS ENGLISH FOR WELDING Cuesta College Cuesta Prerequisite: WELD 270A Prerequisite: 270C 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours laboratory) Associate Degree Applicable WELD 270A Prerequisite: Continues WELD 270A with emphasis placed on vertical and overhead welding with the shielded metal arc processes. instructionIncludes on air carbon arc gouging, flux core arcwelding, and development ofwelding and techniques. procedures Transfer: CSU. Transfer: 270B - weld arc metal shielded and oxyacetylene in instruction basic for Provides ing. Begins with the fundamentals and quickly progresses through inter- mediate skills for welding steel. Includes information em- on An welding. non-ferrous and cutting, welding arc vertical braze metallurgy, welding, phasis is placed on developing good manipulative welding skills for join- positions. ing steel in the flat and horizontal 270A laboratory) 8.0 hours per week: (2.0 hours lecture, 6.0 hours Associate Degree Applicable Provides an opportunity for in-depth study or practicum experience by an by experience practicum or study in-depth opportunityfor an Provides with area Technology Welding the in topic selected a in student individual an instructor. from support and direction CSU. Transfer: 6.0 hours laboratory per week Associate Degree Applicable in the tech- course work completed preparatory The student must have Prerequisite: nical field in which the study is to be undertaken. 247 Focuses on Focuses the basic verbal communication skills and cultural knowledge States. in the United and job search needed in job readiness 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours 715 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory) 2.0 hours per week: (0.5 VESL 702, or equivalent or Advisory: High) of ESL 703 (Beginning Completion language skills. Presents verbal communication skills for customer service needed in job settings such as janitorial, hospitality, landscaping and housekeeping po- sitions. Students learn to handle customers, engage be general, supervisorsin with and, performance work discuss co-workers, in small talk with situations. of work able to participate in a variety in conversations 713 Focuses Focuses on language skills, computer vocabulary and terminology in the used automated officeenvironment. Additional focus will be on- knowl edge and procedures for responding to computer messages and problem- solving. 704 1.5 hours laboratory) week: (0.5 hours lecture, 2.0 hours per or equivalent. VESL 703 Advisory: 701 and Completion of ESL (Formerly WELD 47) (Formerly WELD 70B) (Formerly WELD 70C) (Formerly (Formerly WELD 70A) (Formerly (Formerly VESL 704) VESL (Formerly VESL 713) (Formerly VESL 715) (Formerly (0.0) (3.0) (0.5) (2.0 to 0.5) Cuesta College Cuesta INDEPENDENT STUDIES: WORK EXPERIENCE WORK EXPERIENCE COOPERATIVE ADAPTED AQUATICS READINESS (3.0) INTRODUCTION TO WORKPLACE INTRODUCTION TO WORKPLACE READINESS: VESL IENCE WORK EXPER Transfer: CSU. Transfer: Introduction Introduction of fundamentals for workplace readiness and job retention, vocabularyand workplace. the grammar pertainingESL to basic as well as Students will learn to develop oral interac- build interviewtechniques, application, employment an complete and written communication skills, employers. qualities sought by and develop relations, workplace tive CSU. Transfer: 147 Associate Degree Applicable in the field course work completed preparatory The