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Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) by Departments

Department Course Number Course Outcome
2D Animation and GamingANIM 1412D Game Level Design^ Students will be able to analyze and evaluate the game mechanics that make a successful level. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast game level categories of side scroller, puzzle, first person shooter, and top down level with 80% accuracy. ^ Students will be able to define successful game level design. ^ Students will be able to design platform specific levels for original game concepts. ^ Students will be able to identify characteristics of successful user interfaces. ^ Students will be able to the elements of story by presenting synopses of games utilizing simplicity, consistency, suspense, and fairness.
3D AnimationANIM 1493-D Character Rigging^ Ability to create simple Mel scripts using expressions, to automatize controls on the rig ^ Ability to plan and design IK solutions for various types of structures based on the needs of animation. ^ Demonstrate ability to evaluate a mesh, and design appropriate rigging techniques to make it animatable. ^ Demonstrate ability to skin and paint weights on organic deformable meshes, and hard non-deformable meshees ^ The ability to design control systems that are user friendly, and intuitive to the end user, the animator.
Art HistoryAHIS 10A History of Greek and Roman Art and Architecture^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
MathMath 245A Transition to Advanced Mathematics^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform set operations using union, intersection, complementation, and DeMorgan's Laws. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use techniques such as contradiction and contrapositive to prove statements. ^ Use the Axiom of Choice to prove statements pertaining to the cardinality of a set. Apply the Axiom of Choice to prove the Comparability Theorem. ^ Use the Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorem to prove statements involving accumulation points and limit points. ^ Use the Heine-Borel Theorem to prove statements involving compact sets. ^ Write proofs involving one-to-one functions, onto functions, preimage, and inverse image. ^ Write proofs involving the well-ordering principle and mathematical induction. ^ Write proofs pertaining to finite sets, countable sets, and uncountable sets. Apply the Bernstein-Schroder Theorem to prove the equivalence between sets. ^ Write proofs pertaining to relations, equivalence relations, partitions, and equivalence classes.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 60 (VOC)A+ Certification Preparation^ CNET 60 students will be prepared to take the A+ Certification Exam. ^ Students completing CNET 60 will be able to analyze types of preventative maintenance products and procedures, and when to use/perform them.
PsychologyPSYC 19Abnormal Psychology^ Analyze ethical issues in treatment of disorders. ^ Apply diagnostic criteria to suggest possible diagnoses and treatment for disorders to case studies. ^ Compare and contrast the major theoretical perspectives in abnormal psychology. ^ Compare various research methods that are used to study abnormal behavior. ^ Evaluate legal definitions of insanity and incompetence. ^ Explain sociocultural issues in diagnosis and treatment. ^ Explain the criteria for defining abnormal behavior. ^ Explain the history, structure, use and limitations of the DSM 5. ^ Identify and analyze major psychological disorders using signs and symptoms from the current DSM. ^ Identify and apply theoretical perspectives used to describe the causes of mental disorders. ^ Identify symptoms of disorders, incl. adjustment, anxiety, mood, somatoform, psychotic, personality, dissociation, eating, sleeping, gender, sexual, & substance-related. ^ Students will analyze the relationship between social institutions and human behavior.
DSP&SDSPS 30Academic Success Strategies for Students with Disabilities^ Students who successfully complete DSPS 30 will feel it helped them be more successful and confident in the associated class (es). ^ Students who successfully complete DSPS 30 will report using a wider variety of learning strategies and supports. ^ Students will be able to communicate a good or acceptable explanation of what "using a strategy" means.
American LanguageAMLA 21SAccent Reduction^ Measure accuracy of AMLA 21 students’ pronunciation. ^ Measure AMLA 21 students’ self-awareness of pronunciation accuracy ^ students will assess their level of confidence when speaking English ^ Students will rate their awareness of personal pronunciation strengths ^ Students will rate their awareness of personal pronunciation weaknesses
TheaterTHTR 17Acting for Television^ Analyze principles and examples of acting for film and television. ^ Analyze the relationship of the actor to the producer, director, agent, and manager in the film and television profession. ^ Evaluate and apply specific and appropriate acting techniques to varied types of film and television scripts. ^ Evaluate performance of self and others to assess developmental principles in acting. ^ Explain professional acting skills in the film and television modes. ^ Students completing THTR 17 will demonstrate the skills needed to successfully audition for a television commercial. ^ Students who complete THTR 17 will demonstrate knowledge of common terms and activities used when acting in a single-camera or multicamera TV shoot. ^ Synthesize required techniques for use in auditioning, cold reading of script, script analysis and interpretation, and on-camera acting practices.
School of Continuing EducationVOC HTH04Acute Care Nursing Assistant^ Students in Acute CNA will pass their final examination. ^ Students will demonstrate competency in performing basic skills commonly provided by nursing assistants in acute care clinical settings. ^ Students will pass the skills demonstration in a clinical setting.
DSP&SDSPS LRND3Adaptive Academic Preparation^ Students enrolled in DSPS Lernd 3 (AAP) will meet one or more of their cognitive and/or language improvement goals they established for the semester. ^ Students who complete 6 weeks or more of enrollment in Acquired Brain Injury Intervention (DSPS LERND3) will report that the program is helping them progress towards their goal. ^ Students who enroll in DSPS LERND3 (AAP) will continue to attend (find the service helpful) after their initial orientation.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 71AAdministration of Child Development Programs^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will articulate strategies needed to develop and manage a children's program according to current California laws and regulations governing public and private early childhood programs ^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will be able to develop and evaluate child development program operational budgets, record keeping and legal aspects. ^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will be able to develop strategies for personnel selection, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and evaluation. ^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will be able to evaluate the physical environment, equipment and support staff to promote the physical health and safety of the young child. ^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will be able to identify and analyze approaches to education, philosophies, administration functions and governing boards related to children's programs. ^ Students completing CHLD 71A - Administration of Child Development Programs will identify and evaluate leadership characteristics and behaviors in administering a child development program
KinesiologyKIN 15Administration of Fitness Programs^ Students will have an understanding of exercise facility management characteristics. ^ Students will understand the components of sports marketing.
Administration of JusticeADJU 68 (VOC)Administration of Justice Report Writing^ 60% of students score 70% or higher on a crime report, documenting a given crime scenario Schedule: ^ Students will be able to discriminate relevant elements of a report narrative. ^ Students will be able to prepare and write a basic search warrant ^ Students will provide the necessary documentation and structure for a crime report.
Adult Basic EducationBS ABE02Adult Basic Education^ Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. ^ Students will apply basic computational skills to convert and compare fractions, decimals and percents. ^ Students will demonstrate basic reading comprehension skills through identifying main ideas, making inferences, reading for meaning, and proper sequencing of events.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 55Adult Respiratory Intensive Care^ MO: Analyze hemodynamic values and waveforms. ^ MO: Assess the effectiveness of ventilation and propose strategies to improve ventilation. ^ MO: Assess the effectiveness oxygenation and propose strategies to improve oxygenation. ^ MO: Compare and contrast the different methods of weaning from mechanical ventilation and choose the best method for a given patient. ^ MO: Identify the pharmacologic agents used during mechanical ventilation. ^ MO: Interpret ventilator waveforms. ^ The student will compare and contrast the features and benefits of volume controlled mechanical ventilation, (VC), and pressure controlled ventilation, (PC). ^ The student will list and describe the methods used to wean a patient from mechanical ventilation
3D AnimationANIM 146Advanced 3-D Animation^ Animate 3D rigged characters in walk cycles using inverse kinematics. ^ Apply motion analysis to key framed character animations. ^ Create key poses for animation using rigged characters. ^ Create portfolios. ^ Create run cycles with character rigs. ^ Refine 3D character's walk cycle animation using the graph editor. ^ Students will be able animate a 3D rigged character, in a walk cycle, using inverse kinematics. 96% of students passed this SLO assessments. ^ Students will be able to refine the character's walk cycle animation using the graph editor. 96% of students passed this SLO assessments.
3D AnimationANIM 145Advanced 3-D Modeling^ Control character movement. ^ Create facial setups for animation using blend shape animation. ^ Identify what characters are expected to do, using locking attributes, expressions and constraints ^ Inspect animation models for character set-up. ^ Model the human figure from character references using polygon modeling techniques. ^ Plan models for animation. ^ Students will be able model a low polygon 3D game character. 85% of students passed this SLO assessment ^ Students will be able to texture map a low polygon 3D game character using a UV texture map layout. 85% of students pass this SLO assessment
CISCISP 14Advanced Basic Programming^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to create a web site that accesses data from a database. ^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to display data from related database tables. ^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to update a SQL Server database.
Business AdministrationBUSL 19Advanced Business Law^ I am able to apply management concepts and functions ^ Students completing BUSL 19 - Advanced Business Law will be able to identify negotiable instruments and defenses. ^ Students completing BUSL 19 - Advanced Business Law will be able to distinguish between various forms of business organizations.
CISCISP 34Advanced C++ Programming^ Students completing CISP 34 - Advanced C++ Programming Lecture will be able to connect C++ program to the database and incorporate SQL statements into C++ code. ^ Students completing CISP 34 - Advanced C++ Programming Lecture will be able to create event-driven program, using Windows Forms
CISCISP 34LAdvanced C++ Programming Laboratory^ Students completing CISP 34L - Advanced C++ Programming Laboratory will be able to apply their knowledge in connection C++ program to the database and incorporating SQL statements to write GUI application ^ Students completing CISP 34L- Advanced C++ Programming Laboratory will be able to apply their knowledge in event-driven programs by creating aplication using Windows Forms.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 220Advanced CAD^ Student will be able to apply CAD surface modeling techniques to develop mold designs and prototypes . ^ Students will be able to convert surfaces through spline and surface integrity analysis.
Foreign LanguageITAL 54Advanced Conversational Italian^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to accurately respond or react to a set of unpredictable questions. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
CISCISD 14Advanced Database Management - Microcomputers^ Students completing CISD 14 - Advanced Database Management - Microsoft Access will be able to apply appropriate Visual Basic for Applications code (VBA) to update Access table data. ^ Students completing CISD 14 - Advanced Database Management - Microsoft Access will use embedded SQL statements within VBA procedures to create and run ad hoc queries for users. ^ Students completing CISD 14 - VBA for Excel and Access will be able to incorporate appropriate decision statements in Access VBA. ^ Students completing CISD 14 - VBA for Excel and Access will be able to use the Excel Object Model in finding solutions to Excel problems.
ArchitectureARCH 222 (VOC)Advanced Digital Design, Illustration and Animation^ Students will be able to create animated walk-through and fly-through "movies" of building interior and exteriors. ^ Students will be able to use rendering/animation software for architectural (and interior)3-D model making ^ Students will set camera-specific views of the virtual model or scene
PhotographyPHOT 24Advanced Digital Image Editing for Photographers^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 24 will be able convert color images to high quality black and white imagery ^ Students that complete PHOT 24 will be able to correct for lens distortion in architectural images ^ Students that complete PHOT 24 will be able to display multiple photographic works using Slideshows or Multimedia tools. ^ Students that complete PHOT 24 will be able to produce high quality digital images using advanced image editing workflow procedures for professional photographers. ^ Students that complete PHOT 24 will be able to restore degraded original images
KinesiologyKIN 5Advanced First Aid/CPR/Emergency Response^ 80% of the students will meet the CPR standards which include Adult, Infant and Child CPR Techniques as required by the American Red Cross Certification. ^ Assess the signs and symptoms of various life threatening?conditions and demonstrate the appropriate actions to provide?care. ^ Compare and contrast the difference between manual compressions?and using an AED. ^ Identify and analyze the different body systems. ^ Identify skills necessary for certification in American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response. ^ Perform with competency, the techniques used for immobilization. ^ Recognize scenarios that require CPR and First Aid skills. ^ Students will be able to pass the skills tests, established by the American Red Cross, with the skill level needed to qualify for the First Responder, CPR for the Professional Rescuer ARC cards. ^ Students will take a written exam to qualify for an American Red Cross - First Responder/Emergency Response CPR and First Aid Card.
MusicMUS 24Advanced Guitar^ Analyze the background of the pieces performed. ^ Demonstrate skill in performing a variety of musical compositions. ^ Demonstrate skill in performing solo or in ensembles ^ Demonstrate skill in playing technical exercises such as scales, arpeggios, slurs, and other playing techniques. ^ Demonstrate skill in sight reading new music in several positions on the guitar. ^ Students who complete MUS 24 will demonstrate their ability to play assigned technical exercises using appropriate technique. ^ Students who have completed MUS 24 will demonstrate their ability to play two assigned pieces of music from the textbook used in the course. ^ Utilize appropriate interpretation in performing compositions from a variety of historical style periods.
BiologyHT 14Advanced Histotechniques^ Students will be able to cut 7 blocks with 28 acceptable sections for H&E staining in a 1 hour period. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate and describe decalcification, microtomy, and staining for bone. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate and describe special staining protocols for carbohydrates, amyloid, connective tissues, muscle, and nervous tissues. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate and describe special staining protocols for cytoplasmic granules, minerals, and pigments. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the operation and maintenance of general types of histological equipment and trouble-shoot equipment problems. ^ Students will be able to describe and demonstrate methods of cytology preparation and staining. ^ Students will be able to describe and practice microtomy of frozen sections. ^ Students will be able to discuss standard protocols involving microwaving. ^ Students will be able to discuss types of microscopes used in histology and compare and contrast the functions. ^ Students will be able to evaluate microtomy and staining results. ^ Students will be able to prepare a resume and cover letter for employment.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 14Advanced Internship/Seminar^ Students successfully completing AD 14 will be able to complete an admission process for eligible clients. ^ Students successfully completing AD 14 will be able to determine the scope of client's problems and decide on need level of intervention. ^ Students successfully completing AD 14 will be able to provide referrals for clients. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to demonstrate competency in basic counseling skills. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to prepare a professional assessment and treatment plan. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to present case studies and identify clinical and ethical issues. (MO)
Sign LanguageSIGN 232Advanced Interpreting^ Given a English narrative successfully give a functional equivalent message in ASL in a simultaneous mode. ^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting.
Foreign LanguageJAPN 5Advanced Japanese^ Japanese 5 students will demonstrate their comprehension of a paragraph containing Japanese 5 vocabulary and grammer at a advanced low level (See ACTFL Proficiency Guidalines) ^ Japanese students will be able to answer questions about the Japanese culture presented in movies/plays/poems. ^ Students will analyze a short story and present a thematic statement. ^ Students will be able to recall of the Potential forms the forms of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will become familiar with past and present cultural characteristics of several francophone countries, as discussed in an advanced level course.
CISCISP 24LAdvanced Java Laboratory^ Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to create an object oriented program that will use custom classes. ^ Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to develop a program that handles their own designed exception handling.
CISCISP 24Advanced Java Programming^ Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to create an object oriented program that will use remote method invocation using the Java programming language. ^ Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to develop a dynamic web page programming Java Server Pages.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 14Advanced Landscape Design^ Students completing this course will be technically proficient at computer aided design (cad) ^ Students successfully completing this course will be able to make a professional landscape design presentation to a customer
Business AdministrationPLGL 31BAdvanced Legal Analysis and Writing^ Students completing PLGL 31B - Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to prepare a legal memorandum. ^ Students completing PLGL 31B - Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to prepare a trial brief. ^ Students successfully completing Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing (PLGL 31B) will have successfully completed the official paralegal certification program offered by Lexis/Nexis. This certification is offered for free, online. If Lexis/Nexis stops offering the certification in this manner, the program may discontinue this SLO. ^ Students successfully completing Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing (PLGL 31B) will have successfully completed the official paralegal certification program offered by Westlaw. This certification is offered for free, online. If Westlaw stops offering the certification in this manner, the program may discontinue this SLO. ^ Successful PLGL 31B course completers will have met with a counselor or educational advisor and prepared an educational plan for their coursework at Mt. SAC. Alternatively, students may submit a copy of their petition to graduate (at the conclusion of that semester).
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 38BAdvanced MasterCAM^ Students will create 2D and 3D tool paths for various industry-representative parts and then machine them effectively using CNC mills and/ or lathes ^ Students will develop functional CAD/CAM multi-axis machining concepts and how they relate to industry.
School of Continuing EducationVOC MF38BAdvanced MasterCAM^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #1 for this course will be identical to SLO #1 in its credit counterpart course. ^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #2 for this course will be identical to SLO #2 in its credit counterpart course.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 34Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration^ AIRC 34 course completers will evaluate the opertion of a commercial refrigeration system ^ AIRC course completers will modify the operation of a commercial refrigertion system.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 210Advanced Media^ Students will be able to evaluate design proposals in the context of design history. ^ Students will be able to graphically represent a product concept ^ Students will be able to explain and justify design concepts and rationale.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 58DAdvanced Medical-Surgical Nursing and Pharmacology for PT^ 80% of students successfully completing Ment 58D will be able to identify body system disorders and the correct nursing interventions. ^ Demonstrate accurate drug calculations. (mo) ^ Describe appropriate medication administration procedures. (mo) ^ Describe dietary issues related to care provisions for the diseases in endocrine, cardiovascular, nutritional, digestive, ventilation, elimination, urological, neurological, sensory and musculoskeletal systems. (mo) ^ Describe drug classifications. (mo) ^ Describe endocrine, cardiovascular, nutritional, digestive, ventilation, elimination, urological, neurological, sensory and musculoskeletal systems. (mo) ^ Describe nursing care for diseases in the endocrine, cardiovascular, nutritional, digestive, ventilation, elimination, urological, neurological, sensory and musculoskeletal systems. (mo) ^ Explain the symptoms for diseases in the endocrine, cardiovascular, nutritional, digestive, ventilation, elimination, urological, neurological, sensory and musculoskeletal systems. (mo) ^ Identify the diseases of the endocrine , cardiovascular, nutritional, digestive, ventilation, elimination, urological, neurological, sensory and musculoskeletal systems. (mo) ^ Student completing MENT 58D will describe the nursing care for the diseases in various body systems. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 58D will be able to identify abnormal assessments that require intervention. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 58D will be able to identify categories of drugs as the drugs relate to identified body systems. ^ Students successfully completing MENT 58D will be able to apply the principles of the nursing process as it relates to the patient's medical disorders. ^ Students successfully completing Ment 58D will be able to identify body system disorders and the correct nursing interventions. ^ Students successfully completing Ment 58D will be able to identify classifications of medications that are utilized for specific body system disorders
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 58LAdvanced Medical-Surgical Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians Clinical ^ Administer medication safely. (mo) ^ Assess and design treatment plans. (mo) ^ Evaluate treatment plans. (mo) ^ Explain scope of practice. (mo) ^ Intervene accurately and appropriately. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 58L will be able to safely prepare and administer an injection. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 58L will demonstrate competency in nursing processes of assessing, designing, implementing and evaluating nursing treatment plans. ^ Student successfully completing Ment 58L will demonstrate competency in utilizing the nursing process by designing a care plan including assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient outcomes ^ Student successfully completing MENT 58L will demonstrate correct technique for tracheal suctioning. ^ Student successfully completing Ment 58L will demonstrate correct technique for urethral catheterization.
MusicMUS 18Advanced Piano^ Students who complete MUS 18 will demonstrate ability to play assigned technical exercises using appropriate technique. ^ Students who complete MUS18 will be able to play two assigned pieces of music from the textbook used in the course.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 109Advanced Principles of Animation^ Anim 109 students will be able to successfully execute the advanced "Principles of Animation." ^ Animate drawings with arc, squash and stretch, timing, follow-through, overlapping action, and drag. ^ Apply process of animation creation from script to storyboard through layout and key posing to in betweening, clean-up, lip syncing, and editing. ^ Demonstrate in between drawing analysis and execution. ^ Demonstrate line clean-up skills. ^ Develop and render advanced character movements through cycles of walking, running, throwing, and anticipation. ^ Interpret timing sheets. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to demonstrate ?line clean-up? by taking rough pencil sketches and transforming them to final inked drawings. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to render a convincing 'walk cycle' to a given character. ^ Translate storyboards to layout drawings for staging and key posing of character animation.
PhotographyPHOT 11 (VOC)Advanced Professional Photography^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion ^ Students that complete PHOT 11 will be able to capture and output images using a variety of media (i.e. digital or film). ^ Students that complete PHOT 11 will be able to determine appropriate image capture techniques and apply proper lighting techniques ^ Students that complete PHOT 11 will be able to identify problems and solutions related to view camera theory and practices ^ Students that complete PHOT 11 will be able to properly use DSLR cameras. ^ Students that complete PHOT 11 will be able to properly use medium and large format cameras.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 11BAdvanced Radio Production^ Accurately perform quality control on a recording master. ^ Apply terminology related to a Pro Tools recording environment. ^ Demonstrate mastery of recording studio techniques. ^ Evaluate multiple elements of sound, analyze digital audio. ^ Exhibit the skills of a professional, radio production facility engineer or producer. ^ Perform all aspects of recording studio procedures.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 62 (VOC)Advanced Surface Mount Assembly and Rework^ In a laboratory setting, students will perform component removal, desoldering, and rework tasks to industry standards. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to solder a surface-mount electronic circuit board to approved industry standards (IPC7711/7721)
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 19BAdvanced Television Production^ Act as crew on a remote production shoot. ^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Edit programs using industry standard nonlinear editing software. ^ Record and mix sound to a professional standard. ^ Set up lighting instruments for both interiors and exteriors to a professional standard. ^ Write narrative scripts.
CISCISP 14LAdvanced Visual Basic.NET Laboratory^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Laboratory will be able to display data from related database tables. ^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Laboratory will be able to update a SQL Server database.
MusicMUS 21Advanced Voice^ Demonstrate good vocal practice habits. ^ Demonstrate principles of good vocal technique. ^ Demonstrate skill in singing Italian, German, and French. ^ Develop a repertoire. ^ Interpret songs from operas and musicals. ^ Perform songs by memory. ^ Sing using correct diction and pronunciation. ^ Students who complete MUS 21 will be able to demonstrate ability to perform three (3) songs of varying styles from memory as assigned from the class curriculum. ^ Students who complete MUS 21 will be able to demonstrate appropriate phrasing, dynamics, diction, and expression within song presentations.
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 33Advertising and Promotion^ I am able to compare and contrast the effectiveness of promotional campaigns ^ I am able to differentiate between the various media available to promote sales ^ I am able to identify sources of information needed for research, planning and evaluating the promotion mix
KinesiologyKINF 38BAerobics^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of exercise training principles. ^ Students will show improvements in muscular strength.
KinesiologyKINF 38AAerobics - Beginning^ Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio/respiratory fitness and muscular strength. ^ Students taking KINF 38 will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise. ^ Students taking KINF 38 will show an improvement in step test scores ^ Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 15 (VOC)Aesthetic Design in Fashion^ Students completing FASH 15 will develop pictorial collages highlighting the reasons and functions of dress/clothing ^ Students completing will develop pictorial collages, supported by definitions, of the aesthetic elements and principles of design.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 20African American Literature^ Students will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Political SciencePOLI 35African American Politics^ Students will be able to assess the success of African Americans in attaining representation in various levels of government. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify significant changes that have occurred in African-American political participation since the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
KinesiologyKINF 51AAgility Test Preparation Law and Fire - Beginning^ Students taking KIN F51 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions. ^ Students taking KIN F51 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times. ^ Students taking KIN F51 will develop sufficient core strength. ^ Students taking the KIN F51 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
KinesiologyKINF 51BAgility Test Preparation Law and Fire - Intermediate^ Student will be able to show improvements in muscular strength ^ Students will be able to show improvement in their cardiovascular endurance. ^ Students will be able to show improvements in pushing body weight several times. ^ Students will be able to show improvements is core strength.
Agricultural SciencesAGAG 91Agricultural Calculations^ Caluate the amount of cement, sand, and gravel to mix concrete of a given area ^ Completors will be able to calculate the area of a pasture to determine acreage, fertilizer and seed quantities
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 12Air Conditioning Codes and Standards^ AIRC 12 course completers will be able to apply bullding codes to the installation of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. ^ Course completers will understand the structure and organization of the Uniform Mechanical Code
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 32AAir Properties and Measurement^ AIRC 32a course completers will evaluate the operation of an air conditioning system based on the treatment of air across the evaporator. ^ Course completers will be able to determine make-up air requirements for various commercial applications
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 201LAir Traffic Control Laboratory^ Students will distinguish ATC handoff procedures, including coordination between TRACON and control towers. ^ Students will manage simultaneous calls from aircraft, including proper establishment of communication priorities
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 251Air Traffic Control Team Skills^ Students will combine techniques for effective teams in the accomplishment of ATC tasks involving interpersonal coordination, including aircraft handoffs and in-flight emergencies. ^ Students will construct scenario solutions involving the impact of attitudes and values in teamwork situations.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 152Air Transportation^ Analyze aviation career opportunities in regard to personal strengths and weaknesses, minimum job requirements, and job outlook ^ Analyze economic and marketing process within a typical airline ^ Distinguish economic, cultural, and political factors impacting the air transportation industry ^ Evaluate the administrative processes of agencies regulating air transportation industry ^ Identify organizations controlling the regulatory processes in international aviation ^ Identify the components of a commercial organization which administers and operates a typical airline ^ Identify the events, persons, equipment, facilities, and legislation which led to development of air transportation industry ^ Students will analyze the economic and marketing process within a typical airline ^ Students will Identify the events, persons, equipment, facilities, and legislation which led to the development of the air transportation industry
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 202Aircraft and Engines^ Analyze operation of jet engine fuel systems, fuel storage, and fuel transfer. ^ Diagram basic aircraft subsystems, including hydraulic systems and pneumatic systems (to include identification of system components and their function). ^ Differentiate aircraft engine problems from malfunctions involving other aircraft subsystems, including relating decisions for successful troubleshooting of operational engine problems. ^ Identify engine components and their function on a four-stroke aircraft engine. ^ Interpret aircraft schematic diagrams and illustrated parts breakdowns. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between fixed pitch and variable pitch propeller systems ^ Students will be able to identify the Four Stroke Engine Cycle and the components of the aircraft engine
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 254Aircraft Dispatcher Operations^ Students will be able to analyze weather forecasts to determine departure minimums and possible alternates, routing, and destination alternate(s).
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 70AAircraft Maintenance Electricity and Electronics^ Students will be able to select and use proper size wire ^ Students will build an electrical kit.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 70BAircraft Maintenance Electricity and Electronics^ Students will demonstrate the proper use of electrical system test equipment ^ Students will understand current flow in an alternating current circuit
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 74Aircraft Maintenance Technology - Work Experience^ Employers of Aircraft Maintenance Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Aircraft Maintenance Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Students will gain "in the field" experience using maintenance practices they have been taught in the lab
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 65AAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ 95% of students will perform ad document a recip engine overhaul to FAA standards. ^ Students will understand reciprocating and turbine engine theory
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 98AAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ 90% of students will earn a minimum of 70% (FAA standard) on a written exam pertaining to engine ignition systems, magneto theory, magneto timing, spark plugs, and ignition leads. ^ 90% of students will earn a minimum of 70% (FAA standard) on a written exam pertaining to turbine engine ignition systems, spark ignitors, ignition leads, and ignition system safety.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 98BAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ 90% of students will earn a minimum of 70% (FAA standard) on a written exam pertaining to engine lubication system construction, operation and adjustment.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 65BAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ 90% of students will earn a score of 70% or greater on exams pertaining to recip and turbine engine systems (ignition, fuel control, props, lubrication)
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 95AAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to repair reciprocating engines ^ Students will understand reciprocating engine displacement formulas
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 95BAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to apply all of the steps necessary to overhaul a reciprocating engine ^ Students will be able to perform reciprocating engine runs
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 96AAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to perform turbine engine inspections ^ Students will understand Newton's laws as applied to turbine engine theory
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 96BAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to repair a propeller ^ Students will understand the theory of propeller lift
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 97AAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to perform engine fire detection and suppression system inspections ^ Students will understand the operation of instruments used with aircraft engines
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 97BAircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology^ Students will understand the effects of air pressure and air velocity as it effects the internal operation of a carburetor. ^ Students will understand the procedure for trimming a turbine engine fuel control unit.
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 151Aircraft Recognition and Performance^ Student will be able to recognize aircraft visually and identify the aircraft's manufacturer, aircraft designator, aircraft name, and FAA identification number. ^ Students will be able to identify aircraft by their category and weight class for separation purposes.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 66AAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to calculate set back and bend allowance ^ Students will understand the correct use of sheet metal fasteners
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 93AAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to inspect aircraft heating and cooling systems ^ Students will be able to troubleshoot the operation of ice and rain control systems
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 93BAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to demonstrate proper aircraft inspection techniques ^ Students will be able to inspect aircraft fire detection systems
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 66BAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will demonstrate knowledge required to perform inspection of an installed brake for servicability. ^ The quarterly reports that are published by the FAA will be monitored for student certification success rates.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 90AAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to balance a flight control ^ Students will have an understanding of Bernoulli's Principle
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 90BAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will understand the theory of operation and control of a rotorcraft while in flight ^ Students will use the proper aircraft nomenclature in their description of an aircraft and its operation
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 91AAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will demonstrate the ability to apply aircraft finishes and paints ^ Students will know how to inspect wooden structures for defects
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 91BAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will demonstrate proper composite construction practices ^ Students will repair damaged composite structures
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 92AAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to repair aircraft brake systems ^ Students will understand the use of hydraulic force
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 92BAirframe Maintenance Technology^ Students will be able to inspect aircraft fuel storage systems ^ Students will be able to troubleshoot flight instrumentation systems
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 1Alcohol/Drug Dependency^ Students successfully completing AD 1 will be able to discuss the development of drug control in the US legal system. ^ Students will be able to describe the impact of substance abuse on the community, family, and individual. (MO) ^ Students will be able to describe the term "addiction" and explain various theories of causation. ^ Students will be able to Identify and describe different approaches used in the treatment of addictions. (MO) ^ Students will be able to Identify and describe the different psychoactive substances used in America . (MO)
DanceDNCE 39AAlignment and Correctives I^ DNCE 39A students will be able to execute personal alignment corrections based on information and exercises learned in class. ^ DNCE 39A (Alignment and Correctives I) students will learn to execute basic Pilates techniques.
Writing CenterBS TR01All Subject Tutoring^ Seventy percent of students will agree (or strongly agree) that they developed an awareness of their own writing process. ^ 2. Students will improve their strategies for academic success in writing. ^ Students will develop a greater awareness of their own learning process. ^ Students will develop strategies for academic success. ^ Students will improve essential academic skills for college courses.
Sign LanguageSIGN 202American Deaf Culture^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to correctly contrast specific aspects of American Deaf culture with general American hearing culture.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 24American Film History ^ Analyze the artistic construction of key American films. ^ Analyze the impact and reflection of minorities and feminism in American film. ^ Analyze the impact of key films in sociological, economic, political, cultural, artistic and technological contexts. ^ Identify major developments and events in American film history. ^ Identify major developments and events in American film history. ^ Identify major industry figures and their contributions.
MusicMUS 14BAmerican Folk Music^ Aurally identify the musical characteristics of these various folk music styles. ^ Describe and identify, using appropriate terminology, some of the many folk music styles of the United States. ^ Describe the role of religion in the development of American song forms ^ Examine these folk music styles in the broader context of American political, social, and cultural history. ^ Review and analyze the social context of American folk music. ^ Students will be able to recognize the genre and subgenres of the various American folk musical styles discussed in class.
American LanguageAMLA 33RAmerican Language Advanced Reading^ Students will comprehend the central meaning and/or details of a text of level appropriate length and difficulty ^ Students will demonstrate acquisition of new vocabulary in a course-embedded tests of either a combination of passive (no more than 50% of the words) and active masteries or active mastery alone. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate reading selection. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate vocabulary.
American LanguageAMLA 43WAmerican Language Advanced Writing^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that has appropriate sentence variety. ^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that shows appropriate development of ideas. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the course standard for focus. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the standard for language use. ^ Upon completion of AMLA 43 students will be able to edit for incorrect verb tense. ^ Upon completion of AMLA 43 students will be able to identify correct SV agreement.
American LanguageAMLA 31RAmerican Language Basic Reading^ Students will comprehend the central meaning and/or details of a text of level appropriate length and difficulty ^ Students will demonstrate acquisition of new vocabulary in a course-embedded tests of either a combination of passive (no more than 50% of the words) and active masteries or active mastery alone. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate reading selection. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate vocabulary
American LanguageAMLA 41WAmerican Language Basic Writing^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that demonstrates the ability to develop ideas. ^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that has appropriate sentence variety. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the course standard for focus. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the course standard for language use. ^ Using a Langford-style pre/post survey, 100% of AMLA 41 students will self-assess their level of understanding of AMLA 41 major grammar points. At the end of the semester, 70% of the students responding will rate their understanding as "I can use it correctly" or better on 70% of the language objectives.
American LanguageAMLA 23SAmerican Language Formal Speaking^ Students should rate themselves higher on impromptu speech eye contact on the post assessment than on the pre assessment. ^ Students will demonstrate greater confidence in academic public speaking ^ students will organize and deliver a formal speech ^ Students will rate their organization of impromptu speeches higher on the post test than on the pre test ^ students will self-assess their pronunciation strengths and weaknesses ^ Students will successfully take notes on the main ideas of an academic lecture
American LanguageAMLA 32RAmerican Language Intermediate Reading^ Students will demonstrate acquisition of new vocabulary in a course-embedded tests of either a combination of passive (no more than 50% of the words) and active masteries or active mastery alone. ^ Demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate vocabulary. ^ Students will comprehend the central meaning and/or details of a text of level appropriate length and difficulty ^ Students will demonstrate active and passive mastery of 60 newly acquired vocabulary to be generally taken from the General Service List and the Academic word list. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate reading selection. ^ Students will write a paraphrase of main ideas from a paragraph-length text
American LanguageAMLA 42WAmerican Language Intermediate Writing^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that demonstrates the ability to appropriately develop ideas. ^ By the end of the semester, students will produce a piece of writing that has appropriate sentence variety. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the course standard for focus. ^ Students will produce a body of writing that meets the course standard for language use. ^ Upon completion of AMLA 42 students will be able to identify correct verb tenses.
American LanguageAMLA 56American Language Nouns and Articles^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate definite article ^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate indefinite article
American LanguageAMLA 59American Language Prepositions^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate prepositions of place ^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate prepositions of time
American LanguageAMLA 57American Language Verb Review I^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate present and present progressive tenses ^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate present perfect and present perfect progressive tenses
American LanguageAMLA 58American Language Verb Review II^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate modal auxiliary ^ students will improve their performance in correctly utilizing the appropriate perfect modal auxiliary
American LanguageAMLA 60American Language Verb Review III^ Students will construct sentences/paragraphs using verb structures learned in the course. ^ Students will construct sentences/paragraphs with the verb forms learned in the course. ^ Students will demonstrate an awareness of verbals and distinguish between gerunds in context. ^ Students will demonstrate an awareness of verbals and distinguish between infinitives in context.
American LanguageAMLA 61American Language Word Forms^ Students will construct paragraphs using the rules pertaining to word forms learned in the course. ^ Students will construct sentences with correct word forms. ^ Students will demonstrate an awareness of word forms (n, v, adj, adv) used correctly in context.
Sign LanguageSIGN 101American Sign Language 1^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students who take this course and complete it will at the end of the course feel more positively towards Deaf People. (This positive attitude adjustment will be one that moves students away from a pathological view of Deaf People, seeing Deaf people as defective, and towards a Cultural view, seeing Deaf people as individuals with a unique linguistic and cultural background.) APRIL 2008 UPDATE We developed a survey instrument and surveyed all SIGN 101 students the first week of the Spring '08 semester. We will conduct a post survey during the 14th week of the Spring semester. With the results of the second survey we will be able to ascertain whether or not students attitudes towards Deaf people moved in a positive direction. ^ Students will be able to identify immediate and extended family signs.
Sign LanguageSIGN 101HAmerican Sign Language 1 - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students who take this course and complete it will at the end of the course feel more positively towards Deaf People. (This positive attitude adjustment will be one that moves students away from a pathological view of Deaf People, seeing Deaf people as defective, and towards a Cultural view, seeing Deaf people as individuals with a unique linguistic and cultural background.)
Sign LanguageSIGN 102American Sign Language 2^ By the end of SIGN 102, American Sign Language 2, 70% of students will be able to successfully comprehend a signed presentation that locates objects in a room. ^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will properly mark the topic in ASL sentences using non-manual markers. ^ Successfully incorporate topicalization and correct spatial referencing when comparing and contrasting between two different people.
Sign LanguageSIGN 103American Sign Language 3^ Be able to use accurately the personal and possessive pronoun signs in spatial means. ^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between the culture of Deaf Americans and that of hearing Americans.
Sign LanguageSIGN 104American Sign Language 4^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate various traffic rules with related vocabulary in the list of a study guide. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between the culture of Deaf Americans and that of hearing Americans.
Sign LanguageSIGN 105American Sign Language 5^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between the culture of Deaf Americans and that of hearing Americans. ^ Successfully communicate Health Information in ASL through the use of classifier predicates
Sign LanguageSIGN 210American Sign Language Structure^ Students will be able to describe why signs take longer to articulate than words. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between derivational and inflectional morphological processes in ASL ^ Students will be able to identify ASL articulators and contrast them with spoken language articulators.
American LanguageAMLA 22SAmLa Interpersonal Communication^ Demonstrate improvement in ability to recognize correct grammar and usage of common language functions (pre-post objective assessment) ^ Students will demonstrate greater confidence in English conversation. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to interpret the meaning of common American gestures ^ Students will recognize correct use of grammar and language functions in conversational speech (e.g. ?I am interested in?.? vs.? I am interesting in?.? and correct sentence structure in ?I was wondering if you could tell me the answer to number 13.?). ^ students will self-assess their strengths and weaknesses in pronunciation of vowels consonants ^ students will self-assessment the strengths and weaknesses with stress and intonation
LAC - InstructionalREAD 100Analysis and Critical Reading^ 1. Students will be able to explain their own schemata for approaching multi-discipline texts. ^ 2. Students will be able to use structural organization to explain multi-disciplinary texts. ^ 3. Students will be able to use vocabulary strategies appropriate for multi-disciplinary texts. ^ 4. Students will be able to recognize connections among ideas in multi-disciplinary texts. ^ 5. Students will be able to question multi-disciplinary texts at a variety of comprehension levels. ^ 6. Students will be able have awareness of the demands of various multi-disciplinary texts. ^ Faculty will examine and determine consistent and effective approaches to teaching Word Concept Mapping to READ 100 students. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students will be able to identify and answer questions at all four Levels of Comprehension.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 86Anat & Phys of Domestic Animals^ Students completeing AGHE 86 will be able to describe the functions of the major organ systems of various domestic animal species ^ Students completing AGHE 86 will be able to identify various clinically relevant anatomical structures of domestic animals. ^ Students completing AGHE86 will be able to describe the flow of blood through the body.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 10Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics^ Upon completion of this course, students will be able to define and describe each of the human body systems including function, normal physiology and pathological states of concern to the paramedic's scope of practice as well as describe and classify the paramedic management skills employed in treating the common problems involving each body system. ^ Upon completion of this course, students will be able to describe and illustrate the functions of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems as they relate to paramedic practices and patient care.
CISCISP 54LAndroid Programming Laboratory^ Students will be able to create a program on Android that will display a picture in a gridView
Agricultural SciencesAGAN 94 (VOC)Animal Breeding^ Course completers should be able to recognize & discuss current topics dealing with artificial insemination, embryo manipulation and reproductive biotechnology ^ Course completers should be able to recognize major breeding systems for domestic animals
Fine ArtsANIM 111AAnimal Drawing^ Create drawings that demonstrate the interrelationship of animal figures with drawing principles and techniques. ^ Create original animal drawings, which include anatomical structure and landmarks. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Synthesize the formal art elements, principles and techniques with the observed animal form in varying compositional formats and movements. ^ Use a variety of quick gestural sketches that capture the essence of a live animal for application to animation. ^ Use live animals as a reference for characters and imbue them with animated characteristics in original drawings.
Fine ArtsANIM 111BAnimal Drawing ^ Create images that convey emotion and story. ^ Create images using a variety of media. ^ Demonstrate advanced animal sketching and drawing skills. ^ Execute drawings demonstrating an understanding of design. ^ Execute images demonstrating an advanced understanding of the muscular system and its various functions. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the animal through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to use line techniques to create a subjective expressive figure drawings with expressive use of materials to convey concept. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction.
Agricultural SciencesAGAN 51 (VOC)Animal Handling and Restraint^ Students completing this course will be able to correctly place a halter on a horse. ^ Students completing this course will be able to demonstrate the correct restraint method for canine jugular venipuncture.
Agricultural SciencesAGAN 2 (VOC)Animal Nutrition^ 80% of the students will be able to formulate a ration for a livestock animal, utilizing the pearson square method. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of positive and negative aspects of nutritional supplements and additives. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of nutritional requirements of various life stages of the canine.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 96 (VOC)Animal Sanitation and Disease Control^ Students will be able to describe appropriate sanitation procedures for animal confinement areas. ^ Students will be able to identify poisonous plants that are commonly poisonous to animals. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of key nutritional factors that would influence disease conditions.
Agricultural SciencesAGAN 1 (VOC)Animal Science^ Course completers should be able to discuss the major current agricultural industry issues ^ Course completers should be able to identify the common species & breeds of livestock
3D AnimationANIM 136Animation Environment Layout^ Students will be able create a low polygon 3D urban environment. ^ Students will be able to map 2D textures to 3D surfaces using UV texture map layout. 100% of students passed this SLO assessment.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 84BApplied Animal Health Procedures ^ At the completion of AGHE84B the student will be able to perform a jugular venipuncture on a food animal patient ^ Students compleing AGHE84B will be able to administer a liquid medication to a food animal patient. ^ Students completing AGHE 84B will be able to administer a intramuscular injection in a food animal patient. ^ Students completing 84B will be able to administer a subcutaneous injection to a food animal patient. ^ Students completing AGHE84B will be able to administer a bolus medication to a food animal patient.
Business AdministrationBUSC 17Applied Business Statistics^ Students completing 80% of the students were able to tabulate and graph the collected data. ^ Students completing 92% of the students were able to analyze the data critically and be able to suggest recommendations. ^ Students were asked to collect both primary and secondary data. 100% of the students were able to collect both primary and secondary data.correctly. ^ Students were asked to write a complete research survey/questionnaire. 100% of the students were able to write a complete survey questionnaire.
Business AdministrationBUSR 81Appraisal: Principles and Procedures^ Students completing BUSR 81 - Appraisal: Principles and Procedures will be able to define highest and best use. ^ Students completing BUSR 81 - Appraisal: Principles and Procedures will be able to identify the three methods of apprasing real property.
KinesiologyKINA 20Aquatic Fitness^ Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required of the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
BiologyANTH 3Archaeology^ Students will be able to apply the different theories about proposed routes and dates of prehistoric migrations into the New World and illustrate these on a map. ^ Students will be able to define archaeology as part of anthropology (not the study of dinosaurs). ^ Students will be able to differentiate among great ancient cultures by recognizing key artifacts, written languages, and monuments. ^ Students will be able to evaluate dating methods for specific prehistoric materials. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the ethics and legality of unauthorized excavation, collection, display or sale of artifacts, especially from Native American graves. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate pseudoscientific interpretations of the past by comparing them with relevant information in the textbook. ^ Students will be able to identify cultural milestones such as ancient stone tool-making techniques and place them in chronological order. ^ Students will be able to illustrate the location of ancient cultures and sites on a world map. ^ Students will be able to interpret subsistence strategies and sociopolitical structures of hypothetical ancient cultures. ^ Students will be able to name, describe, and locate an early civilization
ArchitectureARCH 147 (VOC)Architectural CAD and BIM^ Students will be able to use architectural software for building virtual models for design and Design Development drawings. ^ Students will successfully plot 2D and 3D projections of virtual building model according to industry standards.
ArchitectureARCH 247 (VOC)Architectural CAD Working Drawings^ Students will be able to use common and architectural software for detailed 3-D computer-simulated models (both interior and exterior). ^ Students will create design development and working drawing sets reflecting refined job skills in architectural CAD.
ArchitectureARCH 146Architectural Drawings and Fabrications^ Students will apply appropriate architectural standards to produce construction drawings. ^ Students will apply quality control procedures to produce architectural working drawings ^ Students will be able to produce a simple set of working drawings of a light-frame building of "Type V" construction suitable for building department "Plan-check" submittal.
ArchitectureARCH 221Architectural Illustration^ Students will be able to solve graphic design problems in shade, shadow, and view composition ^ Students will prepare perspective illustrations as they relate to the architectural and interior design professions.
ArchitectureARCH 142Architectural Materials and Specifications^ Students will be able to describe the relationship of the various construction trades in their application of construction specifications. ^ Students will be able to identify the primary CSI divisions by name and correlated number ^ Students will construct both full- and scale-models of construction assemblies. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic materials and methods of construction ^ Students will identify key elements of contract documents
ArchitectureARCH 122Architectural Presentations^ Students will incorporate invisible grid form layout in a presentation board, ^ Students will prepare architectural presentations utilizing multi-part views and physical models
ArchitectureARCH 290Architectural Work Experience^ Architecture Work Experience Students will have good work habits ^ Architecture Work Experience Students will have strong technical skills
CommunicationSPCH 20Argumentation and Debate^ Students will critique an argument. ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will be more argumentative. ^ Students will become less verbally aggressive. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform in front of a live audience.
CommunicationSPCH 20HArgumentation and Debate - Honors^ Students will be more argumentative. ^ Students will become less verbally aggressive. ^ Students will critique an argument. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform in front of a live audience. ^ Students will use multiple electronic resources to conduct research.
Adult Basic EducationASVAB 2Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery 2^ Students will solve measurement problems using geometric shapes and formulas as needed to demonstrate proficiency on the ASVAB. ^ Students will solve simple and multi-step word problems involving ratios, proportions, and averages for technical applications as needed to demonstrate proficiency on the ASVAB.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 10Arson and Fire Investigation^ Compare preserved evidence to determine if a fire is arson or accidental. (MO) ^ Identify the various motives used in arson fires and court procedures used to prosecute. (MO) ^ Recognize the difference between cause and origin of fires. (MO) ^ Recognize, protect and preserve evidence of an incendiary fire. (MO) ^ Students will Identify the various motives used in arson fires. ^ The student will be able recognize the difference between the cause and origin of fires. ^ Use the technique of "known to unknown" to distinguish between an arson and incendiary fire. (MO)
Fine ArtsARTG 20Art, Artists and Society^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will develop a working knowledge of basic visual arts vocabulary that coordinates with ARTG 20.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 97 (VOC)Artificial Insemination of Livestock^ Course completers should be able to recognize major breeding systems for various livestock species. ^ Course completers will be able to demonstrate the proper procedural steps of artificial insemination on various livestock species.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 36Asian American Communities^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to describe with clarity a change in cultural attitudes over time. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework.
Child Development, EducationEDUC 16Aspects and Issues in Teaching Service Learning^ Describe the educational system today locally, state-wide, and nationally. ^ Identify a variety of effective teaching strategies.
Computer ScienceCSCI 150Assembly Language/Machine Architecture^ Analyze disk operations and compare different file systems. ^ Construct internal representations of simple data types. ^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Explain different number systems and manipulate bits and bytes. ^ Identify the basic principles of the operating system. ^ Identify the components of a computer and the organization of those components. ^ Map statements and constructs in a high-level language into a sequence of machine instructions. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use assembly language instructions to write programs. ^ Utilize procedures in assembly programs.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 5LAstronomical Observing Laboratory^ 1) Consider the following 3 telescopes that you can buy at a store. Telescope A: Galilean telescope with 3cm objective lens and 50 cm focal leng Telescope B: Galilean telescope with 10cm objective lens and 100cm focal length Telescope C: Newtonian telescope with 15cm primary mirror and 75cm focal length. All three telescopes come with the same accessories (eyepieces, motorized control, etc.) and are the same quality and price. Note: You may use a telescope more than once. a) Which telescope would you buy if your main interest was observing the structure of craters on Earth's moon? Explain your answer. b) Which telescope would you buy if your main interest was observing a very distant star? Explain your answer. c) Which telescope would you buy if your main interest was observing the moons of Jupiter? Explain your answer. success would be receiving 4 out of 6 points or higher. Each question would be worth 2 points - one point for the correct answer and one point for a valid explanation. ^ Matching of Constellation names with their common names (i.e. Taurus = the bull) ^ Matching of Constellation Names with their shapes / pictures ^ Students will be able to apply three coordinate systems (terrestrial, equatorial, and alt-azimuth) to globes, maps, atlases and the planetarium. ^ Students will be able to classify spectra of main-sequence stars from an objective prism spectrogram, using key reference spectra. ^ Students will be able to compare telescopes to determine which would be the best instrument for a given observation. ^ Students will be able to identify important objects in the sky using planisphere. Start assessing in Fall 08 ^ Students will be able to identify parts of equatorial-mount refracting and reflecting telescopes. ^ Students will be able to identify winter and summer constellations and the brightest stars in each by name. ^ Students will be able to interpret star atlases, maps, catalogs and planispheres. ^ Students will be able to plot planetary, lunar and/or solar motions on a graph, utilizing appropriate tables of positions, and interpreting the objects' apparent motions on the celestial sphere
Business AdministrationPLGL 35BAutomated Law Office Procedures^ Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a client letter. ^ Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a memorandum of law. ^ Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a simple motion. ^ Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to format a legal document which meets the requirements of the California Code of Civil Procedure and the California Rules of Court. ^ Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to prepare a table of authorities for a legal brief, using a software program such as MS Word. ^ Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to prepare a table of contents for a legal brief, using a software program such as MS Word. ^ Successful PLGL 35B completers will become competent in the use of computerized legal billing software such as Clio and Tabs 3. ^ Successful PLGL 35B completers will become familiar with various legal specialty software applications used in local law offices, e.g., Relativity, Abacus, Clio, TimeMap, CaseMap, Trial Director, etc.
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC WL91Automotive Welding, Cutting and Modification^ Students will be able to perform the required practical projects used in GMAW welding and cutting. ^ Students will demonstrate safe usage of welding equipment used in the automotive industry
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 71Aviation Maintenance Science ^ 90% of Students will demonstrate the proper methods used in weighing an aircraft, and then properly computing an aircraft's weight and its center of gravity location ^ 90% of Students will earn a score of 70% or greater on an exam pertaining to 14 CFR 43, 65, and 91. ^ Students will be able to perform aircraft weight and balance computations
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 72Aviation Materials and Processes^ 90% of Students will demonstrate the proper techniques for drilling and tapping aluminum. ^ 90% of Students will earn 70% or greater on an exam pertaining to semi-rigid tubing, flex hoses and aircraft hose fittings. ^ Students will be able to perform heat treating processes ^ Students will be able to use the coding method used with aircraft hardware
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 200Aviation Safety and Human Factors^ Analyze aviation accident case studies and identify key factors leading to the accidents. ^ Combine techniques for Crew Resource Management into principles of applied cockpit and air traffic control efficiency and safety. ^ Describe the various human factors that relate to and/or lead to an aviation accident. ^ Explain the common illusions that a pilot might experience during flight. ^ Identify strategies recommended to reduce hazardous personal attitudes leading to pilot error and aviation accidents. ^ Students will be able to identify the aeronautical decision making process ^ Students will be able to identify the common chain of events that lead to aircraft accidents
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 102Aviation Weather^ Appraise cause and effect of evaporation, saturation, condensation, and precipitation on atmosphere's water cycle. ^ Correlate and summarize the aviation weather conditions and forecast for a specific location on a particular day using U.S. Low-Level Significant Weather Prognostic Chart, High-Level Significant Weather Prognostic Chart, and the Radar Summary Chart. ^ Determine effect of earth's uneven heat distribution on atmospheric pressure and weather. ^ Encode and decode hourly surface weather observations; and decode pilot reports, terminal forecasts, area forecasts, winds aloft forecasts, and meteorological advisories. ^ Identify layers of earth's atmosphere and determine height and at least one characteristic of each layer. ^ Relate differences in true altitude, actual altitude, indicated altitude, and pressure altitude. ^ Students will be able to decipher Federal Aviation Administration hourly airport weather observations (METAR) and terminal aerodrome forecasts (TAF). ^ Students will be able to distinguish the various types of air masses and fronts that affect the weather of the United States.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 73Aviation Welding ^ Students will demonstrate the use of oxygen acetylene welding methods ^ Students will understand and use inert gas welding techniques
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 76 (VOC)Aviculture - Cage and Aviary Birds^ Students completing this course will be able to assess the difference between normal and abnormal avian behavior. ^ Students will be able to explain and diagram the necessary aviary for a specific breed of bird.
KinesiologyKINI 4CBadminton - Advanced^ Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
KinesiologyKINI 4ABadminton - Beginning^ Students in KINI 4A will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity
KinesiologyKINI 4BBadminton - Intermediate^ Students in KINI 4B will show improvement in 4 various shots and in 3 types of strokes. ^ Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 82Baking and Pastry^ Plan a food production schedule and assemble the tools, equipment, and ingredients required to produce a receipe in an organized and efficient manner. ^ Recipe knowledge, accuracy and execution: Follow recipe procedures to produce food at the appropriate temperature, consistency, texture, flavor, and in a timely manner.
DanceDNCE 1Ballet Fundamentals^ Compare and contrast the differences in fundamental barre technique, center floor technique and floor progression technique. ^ Demonstrate proper alignment in first position. ^ Demonstrate proper timing on floor progressions ^ Demonstrate the five basic arm positions. ^ DNCE 1 (Ballet Fundamentals) students will be able to execute fundamental ballet techniques. ^ DNCE 1 students will be able to define fundamental ballet dance terms. ^ Use fundamental ballet terminology.
DanceDNCE 2ABallet I^ DNCE 2A (Ballet I) students will be able to execute basic ballet techniques. ^ DNCE 2A (Ballet I) students will be able to define basic ballet terms.
DanceDNCE 2BBallet II^ DNCE 2B (Ballet II) students will be able to execute intermediate ballet techniques. ^ DNCE 2B-2 (Ballet II) students will be able to define intermediate ballet terms.
DanceDNCE 3Ballet Performance^ DNCE 3 (Ballet Performance) students will be able to define advanced ballet terms. ^ DNCE 3 (Ballet Performance) students will be able to execute and perform advanced ballet techniques and classical variations.
Business AdministrationPLGL 44Bankruptcy Law^ Students completing PLGL 44 - Bankruptcy Law will be able to distinguish between different types of bankruptcy. ^ Students completing PLGL 44 - Bankruptcy Law will be able to successfully prepare a bankruptcy petition.
KinesiologyKINX 6Baseball - Men^ Student will be able to execute in 3 pitching categories. ^ Student will be able to execute in 4 offensive categories.
Manufacturing TechnologyEDT 16Basic CAD and Computer Applications^ After instruction and demonstration, students will create a Titleblock that will be inserted into future drawing projects. ^ EDT 16 students will demostrate and understand how to plot/print CADD projects to scale.
Education for Older AdultsVOC BCDPBasic Computing - Desktop Publishing^ The students in Desktop publishing for the Beginner will display proper formatting of text boxes/tables through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Desktop Publishing for the Beginner will properly integrate text and graphics through completion of a class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBC1Basic Computing Level 1^ Students in Basic Computing Level 1 will demonstrate proper computer terminology through completion of a class project. ^ Students in Basic Computing Level 1 will display their ability of mouse demonstrate through completion of a class project. ^ Students in Basic computing Level 1 will display their ability to manage files and folders through completion of a class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBC2Basic Computing Level 2^ Students in Basic Computing Level 2 will display ability to create and save a document through completion of a class project. ^ Students in Basic Computing Level 2 will display proper use of Cut, Copy and paste through completion of a class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBC3Basic Computing Level 3^ Students in Basic Computing Level 3 will display ability to save documents in multiple locations ^ Students in Basic Computing Level 3 will display proper use of ClipArt/graphics through completion of a class project.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 54Basic Cooking Techniques^ Plan a food production schedule and assemble the tools, equipment, and ingredients required to produce a receipe in an organized and efficient manner. ^ Recipe knowledge, accuracy and execution: Follow recipe procedures to produce food at the appropriate temperature, consistency, texture, flavor, and in a timely manner.
PhotographyPHOT 10 (VOC)Basic Digital and Film Photography^ Demonstrate appropriate shutter settings for motion and freeze action. ^ Determine correct exposure values to produce photographic images. ^ Identify and describe the parts of a camera (i.e. lens, f/stop, shutter, etc.) and their functions. ^ Identify compositional elements (i.e. line, texture, shape, patterns, perspective) of a photographic image. ^ Relate aperture settings to resulting depth of field characteristics. ^ Select and present photographs in a presentation format appropriate to the subject (e.g. dry mounting , digital media, projection.) ^ Select appropriate output media (i.e. digital or silver gelatin) for photographic prints. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion.
WeldingWELD 51 (VOC)Basic Electric Arc Welding^ Apply safety principles in arc welding procedures. (MO) ^ Calculate times required to complete quality welding used with the electric arc welding processes. (MO) ^ Demonstrate and describe how to set electric arc welding machines using gas metal arc, shield metal arc, gas tungsten arc and the flux cored arc welding processes. (MO) ^ Demonstrate daily maintenance of a safe work place environment. (MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate knowledge of which process is most commonly used for different aspects of the welding and what advantage it will provide to that aspect of the industry ^ Explain and demonstrate safe and efficient operation of welding equipment. (SLO/MO ^ Students will be able to demonstrate a variety of electric welding processes used in bonding metals. ^ Students will be able to use reference charts to select filler material ^ Students will demonstrate safe operation of welding equipment. ^ Use a vocabulary of terms and conditions related to the welding trades. (MO) ^ Use and interpret reference charts to select filler material. (SLO/MO) ^ Utilize different types of power sources used for welding in shield metal arc, gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc and flux cored arc welding processes. (MO)
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBE1Basic Excel - Level 1^ The students in Basic Excel Level 1 will properly create a table or chart through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Basic Excel Level 1 will properly identify basic Excel tools through completion of a class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBE2Basic Excel - Level 2^ The students in Basic Excel Level 2 will display proper application of basic worksheet functions through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Basic Excel Level 2 will display their ability to modify columns, rows and cells of data in a table through completion of a class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPBE3Basic Excel - Level 3^ The students in Basic Excel Level 3 will display proper use of chart graphics through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Basic Excel Level 3 will display their ability to analyze and organize data using proper formatting through completion of a class project.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 86Basic Fire Academy^ Analyze and describe differences between certificate, two-year, and four-year degree programs, and state certification. (MO) ^ Analyze relationships between fire prevention efforts and resulting reduction of life and property loss. (MO) ^ Assess fire prevention, how to protect of life and property, and hazardous materials procedures. (MO) ^ Define and describe the purpose and scope of fire departments. (MO) ^ Describe educational requirements, duties, and information sources for various occupations in fire protection. (MO) ^ Develop skills in: managing hose, using fire-fighting hand tools, knot-tying for hoisting and securing, and using power tools, the Hurst tool, jaws of life, generators, and power saws. (MO ^ Identify basic components of fire as a chemical reaction, the major phases of fire, and the main factors that influence fire spread and fire behavior. (MO) ^ Students will be able to pass the Comprehensive Physical Agility Test ^ Students will be able to pass the State Firefighter 1 written and manipulative skills certification exam.
LAC - InstructionalLERN 48Basic Math Skills Review^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ LERN students completing the one semester linked LERN 48/49 sequence will be able to complete the coures with greater success than unliked, semester long LERN 48/49 classes. ^ Student will be able to apply strategies for learning math. ^ Student will be able to demonstrate proper use of math terms/vocabulary. ^ Student will be able to select strategies for solving a variety of word problems. ^ Student will be able to solve multi-step problems using more than one approach. ^ Student will be able to solve problems of basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for whole numbers, exponents, order of operations, factoring, multiples, prime numbers, prime factoring) ^ Using a 3-point rubric constructed by LAC Math Faculty, more than 60% of the students will earn an average score of at least 2. Also, less than 20% will score 1 in any of the three categories.
School of Continuing EducationVOC CP150Basic PowerPoint^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #1 for this course will be identical to SLO #1 in its credit counterpart course. ^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #2 for this course will be identical to SLO #2 in its credit counterpart course.
Fine ArtsARTB 14Basic Studio Arts^ ARTB14 students will be able to produce an edition of three block prints. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to correctly Identify and define value, hue, and intensity.
KinesiologyKINX 8Basketball - Men^ Demonstrate fundamental principles of defensive scheme ^ Demonstrating required set plays with profiency
KinesiologyKINX 10Basketball - Women^ Demonstrate fundamental principles of defensive scheme ^ Demonstrating required set plays with profiency
KinesiologyKINS 2ABasketball Beginning^ Demonstrate Fundamental principles of shooting. ^ Demonstrating adequate basketball skills Demonstrate Fundamental principles of shooting. ^ Students in KINS 2 classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport. ^ Students in KINS 2 will develop improved skills relative to team play.
KinesiologyKINS 2BBasketball Intermediate^ Students will improve shooting accuracy from assigned positions on the court. ^ Students will improve the ability to perform various dribbling techniques during team play.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 30 (VOC)Beef Production^ Course completers should be able to identify all common beef breeds ^ Students who complete this course will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation.
WeldingWELD 70A (VOC)Beginning Arc Welding^ Differentiate between welding processes and where industry applies them in the workforce. (MO) ^ Select different types of filler materials with the SMAW, FCAW and GMAW processes on plate steel. (MO) ^ Solve problems as related to cutting, preparing and fitting up materials prior to welding. (SLO/MO) ^ Students will be able to perform the required practical projects in the flat and horizontal positions. ^ Students will demonstrate safe usage of welding equipment ^ Students will solve problems as related to cutting materials prior to welding. ^ Students will solve problems as related to preparing materials prior to welding.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD10Beginning Decorate Art Production for Retails Sales^ The students in Beginning Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate ability to mix colors through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Beginning Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper brushing techniques through completion of a class project ^ The students in Beginning Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper cost analysis through completion of a class project.
BiologyHT 12Beginning Histotechniques^ Compare and contrast various hematoxylin stains. ^ Students will be able to analyze and troubleshoot H&E and microorganism staining procedures. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate proper orientation and embedding of tissue specimens in paraffin. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to cut acceptable sections while performing routine microtomy of paraffin embedded tissue. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to perform hematoxylin and eosin staining and microorganism staining of routine paraffin embedded tissue sections. ^ Students will be able to describe and perform tissue processing, including dehydration, clearing, and infiltration. ^ Students will be able to determine acceptable H&E tissue sections. ^ Students will be able to discuss and demonstrate the ability to perform the maintenance and quality control of equipment used in a histotechnology lab, including tissue processors, embedding centers, microtomes, flotation baths, and ovens ^ Students will be able to dismantle and reassemble the knife holder and specimen holder on a rotary microtome. ^ Students will be able to identify the purpose, ingredients, function, and action of histological fixatives and the criteria for choosing the appropriate fixative. ^ Students will be able to identify the purpose, principle, reagents, function, and action of histological stains for routine H&E staining and selected microorganism staining and the criteria for choosing the appropriate control tissue. ^ Students will be able to perform coverslipping procedures correctly and efficiently.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 101Beginning News Writing^ Students will be able to write summary and other leads. ^ Students will demonstrate news judgment. ^ Students will understand AP style.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 11ABeginning Radio Production^ Combine voice, music and sound effects in the creation of a radio commercial suitable for airing. ^ Demonstrate proper maintenance of studio equipment. ^ Differentiate various editing effects of voice, sound and music in both tape-based and digital technologies. ^ Explain the components of an interview. ^ Identify equipment needed for operation of a studio. ^ Students will be able to correctly identify and state the use of the major pieces of equipment found in a radio studio. ^ Students will be able to set a proper microphone level suitable to create a broadcast-quality recording.
KinesiologyKINS 10ABeginning Soccer^ Students in KINS 10 will develop improved in passing skills. ^ Students in KINS 10 will increase knowledge of soccer terminology. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 19ABeginning Television Production^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Apply aesthetic principles of lighting, including three-point lighting, lighting quality, and color temperature. ^ Compose shots that convey meaning through choice of composition, lens and camera placement. ^ Evaluate basic sound concepts as they apply to video projects through recording and editing of audio ^ Students exiting RTV 19A will be able to use cameras in both studio and field configurations ^ Use cameras in both studio and field configurations. ^ Use computer editing software to structure relevant moving images and sound into paced sequences that constitute a complete Narrative-form short film. ^ Use visual storytelling fundamentals
BiologyANTH 1Biological Anthropology^ Students will be able to compare behaviors among primate species, including claims of language and other cultural attributes. ^ Students will be able to contrast and compare scientific and creationist views of evolution. ^ Students will be able to define and illustrate the mechanisms of evolution (such as those responsible for genetic diseases) including mutation, natural selection, gene flow, genetic drift, and non-random mating. ^ Students will be able to describe the basic methods of paleoanthropology and explain the various dating techniques. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the various genetic theories of human behavior and modern variation. ^ Students will be able to evaluate theories relating to the origins of bipedalism, tool use, language, modern Homo sapiens, art and symbolism. ^ Students will be able to evaluate various approaches to the classification of nonhuman and hominid primates such as cladistics vs. traditional systematics and issues about lumping vs. splitting species. ^ Students will be able to identify and differentiate among hominid fossils including the robust and other australopithecines; early genus Homo; Homo erectus; Neanderthals and other archaics; and modern Homo sapiens. ^ Students will be able to identify living and fossil nonhuman primates in terms of skeletal attributes and observed or inferred behaviors. ^ Students will be able to identify the origins of evolutionary thought and the major historical figures in the field. ^ Students will be able to locate other primates [i.e., other than Homo sapiens] on a world map. ^ Students will be able to name one hominin species, describe it, provide an approximate date, and explain why the species can be considered transitional
BiologyANTH 1HBiological Anthropology - Honors^ Students will be able to compare behaviors among primate species, including claims of language and other cultural attributes. ^ Students will be able to contrast and compare scientific and creationist views of evolution. ^ Students will be able to define and illustrate the mechanisms of evolution (such as those responsible for genetic diseases) including mutation, natural selection, gene flow, genetic drift, and non-random mating. ^ Students will be able to describe at least 5 physical and behavioral differences between monkeys and apes ^ Students will be able to describe the basic methods of paleoanthropology and explain the various dating techniques. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the various genetic theories of human behavior and modern variation. ^ Students will be able to evaluate theories relating to the origins of bipedalism, tool use, language, modern Homo sapiens, art and symbolism. ^ Students will be able to evaluate various approaches to the classification of nonhuman and hominid primates such as cladistics vs. traditional systematics and issues about lumping vs. splitting species. ^ Students will be able to identify and differentiate among hominid fossils including the robust and other australopithecines; early genus Homo; Homo erectus; Neanderthals and other archaics; and modern Homo sapiens. ^ Students will be able to identify living and fossil nonhuman primates in terms of skeletal attributes and observed or inferred behaviors. ^ Students will be able to identify the origins of evolutionary thought and the major historical figures in the field.
BiologyANTH 1LBiological Anthropology Laboratory^ Students will be able to analyze genetic data from populations; use the Hardy-Weinberg formula; calculate chi square; and establish selection coefficients and relative fitness. ^ Students will be able to categorize primate behavior and compare behavior among species. ^ Students will be able to construct family pedigrees tracing inherited diseases. ^ Students will be able to determine sex, estimate age and stature, assess population affinity, and identify pathology and trauma of human skeletal remains. ^ Students will be able to identify primates and make taxonomic assignments using cladistic analysis. ^ Students will be able to identify, observe, measure, and construct phylogenetic inferences from hominid fossils. ^ Students will be able to identify, observe, measure, and construct phylogenetic inferences of primate fossils. ^ Students will be able to measure body fat, identify human traits, identify human bones, locate anthropometric measurement points, and make measurements. ^ Students will be able to observe and measure primate dentition, make taxonomic and dietary inferences, observe primate skeletons and construct locomotion inferences. ^ Students will be able to solve problems in Mendelian genetics.
PsychologyPSYC 1BBiological Psychology^ Analyze the different methods of investigation of the nervous system. ^ Appraise the role of genetics in understanding behavior and/or nervous system functioning. ^ Classify the different types of neurons and glial cells in the nervous system. ^ Describe the effects of various types of brain damage and disease (i.e., strokes, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia, etc.) upon the nervous system. ^ Describe the research on pre/post natal development of the brain and neuroplasticity. ^ Evaluate the research evidence concerning the role that different brain areas play in the following behaviors and/or functions: perception, biological rhythms, motivation and emotion, sexual behaviors, response to stress, learning and memory, lateralization and languages. ^ Explain the neural impulse in terms of the voltage and chemical changes that occur in the neuron. ^ Explain the process of synaptic transmission and the hypothesized effects of neurotransmitters on behavior. ^ Explain the role of natural selection in nervous system functioning ^ Identify the major anatomical structures, and their functions, of the nervous system. ^ Identify the major structures and main sequence of events of neural chemical transmission. ^ Identify the major structures of the brain from coronal, mid sagittal, and horizontal views. ^ Students will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives.
BiologyBIOL 50Biology Basic Skills^ Bio 50 students will be able to apply 3 different memorization techniques to their specific course content. ^ Demonstrate good time management skill ^ Develop personal study plans for biology courses. ^ Distinguish the differences in demands of science vs. non-science courses. ^ Interpret information from a graph. ^ Practice effective preparation for biological laboratory as well as lecture sessions. ^ Utilize appropriate test-taking strategies to pass biological science exams and laboratory practicums.
BiologyBIOL 4Biology for Majors^ Students completing this project will be able to demonstrate the ability to show the relevance of biology on their daily lives. ^ Students will be able to apply principles of the scientific method in experimental situations and demonstrate explain the purpose and expected outcomes of laboratory experiments. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the components of the organizational hierarchy within the biosphere. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and explain the significance of the similarities and differences between the two processes. ^ Students will be able to describe the structure of DNA, its mechanism of replication and the implications of this process on inheritance, evolution and biodiversity. ^ Students will be able to evaluate experimental results in the laboratory and explain why these may differ from expected results. ^ Students will be able to examine the chemical organization and structure of cells, and relate these to cellular processes including transport, synthesis and cell reproduction. ^ Students will be able to integrate the principles of ecology to explain relationships within the biosphere and human impact on the planet. ^ Students will have the ability to form a hypothesis, collect data, conduct statistical analysis, and interpret data.
BiologyBIOL 4HBiology for Majors - Honors^ Students completing this project will be able to demonstrate the ability to show the relevance of biology on their daily lives. ^ Students will be able to apply principles of the scientific method in experimental situations and demonstrate explain the purpose and expected outcomes of laboratory experiments. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the components of the organizational hierarchy within the biosphere. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and explain the significance of the similarities and differences between the two processes. ^ Students will be able to describe the structure of DNA, its mechanism of replication and the implications of this process on inheritance, evolution and biodiversity. ^ Students will be able to evaluate experimental results in the laboratory and explain why these may differ from expected results. ^ Students will be able to examine the chemical organization and structure of cells, and relate these to cellular processes including transport, synthesis and cell reproduction. ^ Students will be able to integrate the principles of ecology to explain relationships within the biosphere and human impact on the planet. ^ Students will have the ability to form a hypothesis, collect data, conduct statistical analysis, and interpret data.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 72 (VOC)Bookkeeping - Accounting^ I am able to analyze business transactions, and journalize and post transactions to ledger accounts ^ I am able to explain the concept of double-entry accounting within the categories of asset, liability, owner's equity, revenue and expense account ^ I am able to utilize procedures of cash control in such areas as petty cash funds, change funds, cash short and over and bank reconciliation
Education for Older AdultsOAD BHTH1Brain Health 1^ The students in Brain Health 1 will demonstrate improved narrative memory after taking the course. ^ The students in Brain Health Level 1 will demonstrate improved attention with increased reaction time. ^ The students in Brain Health level 1 will demonstrate improved Processing Speed. ^ The students in Brain Health Level 1 will demonstrate improved working memory.
Education for Older AdultsOAD BHTH2Brain Health 2^ The students in Brain Health 2 will demonstrate improved Attention. ^ The students in Brain Health 2 will demonstrate improved Categorization (processing speed).
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 15Broadcast Business Practices^ Analyze and evaluate entertainment industry contracts. ^ Contrast and compare union contracts with non-union contracts. ^ Evaluate the role of unions in the entertainment industry. ^ Interpret the First Amendment as it applies to electronic media. ^ Outline the process to apply for and protect copyrights and trademarks for intellectual properties. ^ Students will be able to explain various elements of a standard broadcasting industry contract. ^ Students will be able to state the requirements for joining the various broadcast unions.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 04Broadcast News Field Reporting^ Analyze and research news stories and events. ^ Apply legal and ethical evaluators to news stories and their coverage. ^ Effectively cover events such as breaking news, news conferences and features. ^ Objectively "enterprise" news stories keeping in mind target demographics. ^ Objectively analyze news events for their broadcast value. ^ Properly "advance" news stories. ^ Students will be able to identify a story on their own and create a feature piece on that story suitable for broadcast on one of the college radio stations. ^ Students will be able to research a news story or event in order to discover a minimum of two related stories that could be pursued for broadcast.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 09Broadcast Sales and Promotion^ Create and explain effective advertising schedules and campaigns applying target demographics and ratings analysis. ^ Develop advertising campaigns directed toward a specific demographic. ^ Evaluate sales figures to determine the effectiveness of campaigns and make recommendations to increase effectiveness of subsequent campaigns. ^ Interact, evaluate, and apply talents of on-air personalities with respect to promotions and contests. ^ Students will be able to identify demographics as they apply to certain radio stations. ^ Students will be able to use demographic data to select an appropriate station for a specific advertiser. ^ Use copywriting techniques when developing commercial campaigns. ^ Utilize market surveys and demographic evaluation in developing station and client promotions.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 06Broadcast Traffic Reporting^ Deliver traffic reports for a variety of different radio and television formats. ^ Evaluate computer traffic screens and determine which incidents should be included in a particular traffic report. ^ Evaluate the effectiveness of a variety of radio and television traffic reports. ^ Interpret law enforcement codes as they pertain to traffic reporting. ^ Students will be able to translate common law enforcement codes as they pertain to traffic into words. ^ Students will demonstrate that they can perform a concise and informative traffic report. ^ Write a timely, concise, and informative traffic reports for broadcast.
ArchitectureARCH 145Building and Zoning Codes^ students will be able to determine occupancy type and occupant load requirements for a specific building design ^ Students will be able to determine the applicable current building and zoning code titles/editions for any given location. ^ Students will be able to follow typical government procedures in obtaining zoning approval and building permits of simulated building project. ^ Students will be able to use basic zoning and building code requirements with other design criteria in non-complex architectural design and construction documents.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 61Building Automation Fundamentals^ AIRC 61 completers will understand the operation and function of the major components of a Central Plant. Method of Evaluation: Students will properly identify the major components that are critical to a Central Plant. ^ AIRC 61 course completers will understand the application and use of general purpose controllers and application specific controllers.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 65Building Automation Networks and Programming^ AIRC 65 completers will successfully understand the setup procedure for a general purpose controller.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 4Building Construction for Fire Protection^ Analyze, prepare, and present building construction systems that include building materials, occupancy requirements, and occupant and fire safety. (MO) ^ Define flame spread, its hazards, contributing factors and possible solutions. (MO) ^ Demonstrate fire inspection practices that are applicable to individual buildings. (MO) ^ Describe building construction as it relates to firefighter safety, building codes and inspections, fire prevention, and firefighting strategies. ^ Differentiate between the loads that are placed on a building and describe each type of load. ^ Identify building design, materials, systems and their relationship to fire behavior and potential structural failure. ^ Identify firefighting practices and procedures that have developed for different types of construction. (MO) ^ List and compare the structural members on various types of construction. (MO) ^ Students will understand five types of building construction. (SLO) ^ Students will understand the dangers of light-weight building construction. (SLO)
Interior DesignID 31Building Systems for Interior Design^ Students will accurately assemble a building model based on construction details provided within a set of construction documents. ^ 1. Apply principles of construction theory and common practices. 2. Employ standard terminology appropriate to the construction industry. 3. Analyze construction processes. 4. Read, analyze, and organize construction documentation sets. 5. Plan paths for plumbing, HVAC, and electrical systems. 6. Analyze drawings based on the International Residential Code. ^ Students will accurately certify a building for LEED based on USGBC requirements. ^ Students will have successfully demonstrated craftsmanship skills in the construction of the building model. ^ Students will have successfully demonstrated craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the final project. ^ Students will successfully apply critical thinking to the process of constructing a model illustrating building systems. ^ Students will successfully apply research to the process of certifying a building for LEED.
Accounting and ManagementBUSO 25 (VOC)Business Communications^ I am able to compose an appropriate, effective letter presenting good news, bad news, sales, or persuasive content ^ I am able to develop and deliver a 3-5 minute presentation on a business related topic ^ I am able to use informative and sales letters to convey information and influence people favorably
Accounting and ManagementBUSO 5 (VOC)Business English^ I am able to analyze sentences in terms of part of speech and sentence structure ^ I am able to apply correct punctuation to sentences ^ I am able to develop business related ideas into unified, coherent paragraphs, using correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation
Business AdministrationBUSL 18Business Law^ Students completing BUSL 18 - Business Law will be able to brief a case. ^ Students completing BUSL 18 - Business Law will be able to distinguish between a civil cause of action and a criminal cause of action.
Business AdministrationBUSL 18HBusiness Law - Honors^ Students completing BUSL 18H - Business Law - Honors will be able to brief a case. ^ Students completing BUSL 18H - Business Law - Honors will be able to distinguish between a civil cause of action and a criminal cause of action.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 68 (VOC)Business Mathematics^ I am able to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers ^ I am able to round whole numbers, decimals and percents ^ I am able to solve business-related word problems
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 61 (VOC)Business Organization and Management^ I am able to apply management concepts and functions ^ I am able to identify organizing principles and identify different organizational designs ^ I am able to perform the strategic planning process and utilize decision making models
Interior DesignID 37Business Practices for Interior Design^ 1. Develop flow charts of the design process. 2. Write estimates and prepare orders for purchase of interior design furnishings, finish materials and products, and installation. 3. Write and utilize change orders, transmittals, letters, design concept statements, report and flow charts. 4. Evaluate and write material and products specifications. 5. Identify legal issues that impact an interior designer. 6. Generate client records, orders, and correspondence. 7. Demonstrate an awareness of professional image. 8. Define and utilize legal, business and accounting terms used in the practice of interior design. 9. Analyze and calculate methods of compensation. 10. Develop a client budget and plan in response to budgetary constraints. 11. Define and apply ethical practices required of a professional interior designer. 12. Develop a business plan. ^ Students will successfully compose a business plan accurately based on required contents. ^ Students will successfully demonstrated craftsmanship skills through the presentation of a business plan. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to research elements of a business plan
Computer ScienceCSCI 140C++ Language and Object Development^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ For a given algorithm students will be able to write modular C++ code using classes in an OOP approach. ^ Students will be able to analyze problems and design algorithms in pseudo code. ^ Students will be able to read, understand and trace the execution of programs written in C++ language. ^ Students will be able to use given classes and virtual functions in a class hierarchy to create new derived classes and the code that uses them. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 54Cabling and Wiring Standards^ Students will complete a working radio-frequency (RF) signal-distribution network using coaxial cable. ^ Students will demonstrate a working electronic telephone system installation.
ArchitectureARCH 121 (VOC)CADD and Digital Design Media Level I ^ Students will be able to utilize common software for word processing for basic report/specification writing. ^ Students will produce architectural or engineering CADD drawings to the appropriate scale using industry standard conventions
MathMath 180Calculus and Analytic Geometry^ Apply derivatives to rates of change and related rates problems, linear approximations and differentials, increasing and decreasing functions, maximum and minimum values, inflections and concavity, graphing, optimization problems, and Newton's Method. Apply the Mean Value Theorem in example problems. Use L'Hospital's Rule to evaluate limits of indeterminate forms. Use a Computer Algebra Systems in applications of calculus. ^ Compute first and higher order derivatives of polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions. Evaluate derivatives using the product, quotient and chain rules and implicit differentiation. ^ Evaluate indefinite integrals and definite integrals using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Evaluate integrals using the substitution rule and integration by parts. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Prove limits using properties of limits and solve problems involving the formal definition of the limits. Solve problems involving continuity of functions. Evaluate limits at infinity and represent these graphically. Use limits to find slopes of tangent lines, velocities, other rates of change and derivatives. ^ Represent functions verbally, algebraically, numerically and graphically. Construct mathematical models of physical phenomena. Graph functions with transformations. Use logarithmic and exponential functions in applications. Solve calculus problems using a computer algebra system. ^ Students can compute instantaneous rates of change in applications ^ Students can differentiate algebraic and transcendental functions ^ Students can evaluate integrals of elementary functions using the method of substitution. ^ Students can solve optimization problems. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
MathMath 181Calculus and Analytic Geometry^ Determine representations of functions as power series including Taylor and Maclaurin series. ^ Differentiate hyperbolic functions and integrate functions that result in hyperbolic forms. ^ Evaluate indefinite and definite integrals (proper and improper) using integration by parts, trigonometric identities and substitutions, partial fractions, tables, computer algebra systems, and numerical techniques. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Plot curves parametrically and in polar coordinates, using calculus to compute associated areas, arc-lengths, and slopes. ^ Solve separable differential equations with applications. ^ Students can apply the definite integral to applications. ^ Students can describe objects algebraically and geometrically in various 2- or 3-dimensional coordinate systems. ^ Students can determine convergence of infinite series of various forms using various techniques. ^ Students can integrate algebraic and transcendental function using a variety of techniques ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Test for convergence for sequences and series using the integral, comparison, alternating series, ratio, and root tests. ^ Use definite integrals to calculate areas between curves, volumes - including solids of revolution, work, the mean value of functions, arc lengths, areas of surfaces of revolution, moments, centers of mass, and other physics applications. ^ Use power series in applications.
MathMath 280Calculus and Analytic Geometry^ Compute directional derivatives and the gradient vector, solve application problems using their properties. ? ^ Compute domain of functions of several variables, plot surfaces, level curves and level surfaces for functions of several variables. ? ^ Compute the equations for tangent planes and normal lines to surfaces.? ^ Compute the total differential for a function of several variables, and apply this to error estimation. ^ Determine differentiability and evaluate partial derivatives, including the use of Chain Rule. ^ Evaluate limits for functions of several variables and test for continuity.? ^ Identify and classify extrema and saddle points of functions of several variables, using the second partials test. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform vector operation, including linear combinations, dot and cross products and projections. ^ Plot and parameterize space curves, compute velocity and acceleration vectors, decompose acceleration vector into normal and tangential components, compute arc length and curvature.? ^ Plot points, graph cylinders and quadric surfaces, computer distances and give equations of lines and planes in three dimensional rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems. ^ Students can analytically describe the physical states of objects with mass traveling in three dimensions. ^ Students can apply partial derivatives to optimization problems. ^ Students can compute partial and directional derivatives for functions of several variables ^ Students can evaluate multiple integrals to compute volumes, surface areas, moments and centers of mass, flux, and work. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
MathMath 140Calculus for Business^ Analyze a variety of applied problems using calculus. ^ Apply calculus techniques to analyze functions of several variables. ^ Apply the definition of continuity. ^ Apply the derivative to curve sketching, related rates, and optimization problems. ^ Determine the first and higher-order derivatives for functions (algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and combinations of these), explicitly and implicitly. ^ Evaluate the limit of a function. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Select and use the appropriate integration technique suitable to given problems. ^ Solve real-life problems using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. ^ Solve separable differential equations. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Students will understand the use of the derivative and be able to accurately differentiate a given function as suggested by the notation and/or the wording of the problem. ^ Students will understand the use of the integral and will be able to accurately integrate a given function as suggested by the notation and/or the wording of the problem.
HistoryHIST 39California History^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to assess and explain the repeating patterns of population rushes that characterize the history of California. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in California History
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 96BCampus Radio Station Lab: Disc Jockey and News Anchor/Reporter Skills^ Create and execute or plan and produce live two-hour radio shows.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 96CCampus Radio Station Lab: Hosting and Management Skills^ Evaluate recorded shows performed by other students and provide a written critique.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 96ACampus Radio Station Lab: Studio Procedures and Equipment Operations^ Operate the studio console and equipment during a live one-hour broadcast.
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 71 (VOC)Canine Management^ Students will be able to identify various canine behavioral problems and suggest corrective treatment. ^ Students will prepare and present an oral report in class on a certrain breed of dog, the presentation will be evaluated by set criteria. ^ The student will describe the most common canine diseases, explain the symptoms and identify the proper preventive vaccinations.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 40Cardiology for Paramedics^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to identify and describe the anatomy of the cardiovascular system, Identify and describe the physiology of the normal heart, Identify and describe the pathophysiology of the abnormal heart as well as describe the electrophysiology and conduction of a heartbeat ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will evaluate various cardiac patients and describe the pertinent findings that affect treatment protocols. Evaluate and contrast various treatment algorithms when given various heart disease scenarios ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will Recognize and describe the characteristics and hemodynamic significance of and appropriate interventions for static and dynamic: a) sinus rhythms, b) atrial rhythms, c) junctional rhythms, d) heart blocks, pacer rhythms.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 53Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology^ MO: Distinguish and illustrate the anatomic alterations of the lungs of commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ MO: Evaluate and classify the clinical manifestations associated with commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ MO: Given a case study, create a respiratory assessment and plan for patients with commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ MO: State the general management of commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ MO: Summarize the etiologies of commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and classify the clinical manifestations associated with commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases. ^ Students will be able to examine and illustrate general management of commonly encountered cardiopulmonary diseases.
KinesiologyKINF 34ACardiorespiratory Training Beginning^ 5 questions on the Midterm and Final exams focusing on body fat % and obesity guidelines. ^ Students in KIN-F 34 will show an improvement in cardio/respiratory fitness. ^ Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise. ^ Students will be given test questions regarding weight machines and a muscle chart. ^ The PE F students will show an improvement in lower body strength tests. ^ The PE F students will show an improvement in upper body strength.
KinesiologyKINF 34BCardiorespiratory Training Intermediate^ Students will apply ACSM intermediate fitness goals for aerobic endurance. ^ Students will be able to show improvement in their cardiovascular fitness.
CounselingCOUN 5Career / Life Planning^ Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being ^ Students who complete COUN 5 will be able to clearly identify pathways to transfer to four-year universities. ^ Students who complete COUN 5 will feel more confident of their choice of major/career or have changed to a more appropriate major/career ^ Students who complete COUN 5 will thoroughly evaluate Associate Degree and Certificate options if transfer is not their primary choice. ^ Students who complete Counseling 5 will be able to identify their personality type. ^ Students who complete Counseling 5 will feel confident in their ability to choose a major. ^ Students who complete Counseling 5 will feel more confident about their interviewing skills. ^ Students who complete Counseling 5 will have identified several careers based on their identified personal attributes. ^ Students will identify at least one career/occupational field that they would like to pursue as a result of the completion of COUN 5.
Adult Basic EducationBS ABE05Career Development^ Students will construct a professional resume. ^ Students will demonstrate appropriate interview strategies.
DSP&SDSPS 12Career Exploration and Planning for Students with Disabilities^ Students who complete DSPS 12 will identify at least one career or occupational goal that they would like to pursue or further explore. ^ Students will develop a current educational plan by the end of the subsequent semester that is consistent with identified career interests.
Adult Basic EducationBS ABE01Career Info and Guidance^ ABE students who attend orientation will be able to describe the matriculation process. ^ Create initial educational plans for attending ABE students. ^ In order to improve potential for college success and employability, students will show an improvement on reading assessments. ^ Students will explore and determine their career interests.
CounselingCOUN 51Career Planning^ Students who complete COUN 51 will identify how self-evaluation is applicable to their career plans. ^ Students who complete COUN 51 will make an informed career decision based on increased self-awareness
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 62Catering^ Develop a business plan for a catering business and understand the enormity of planning for and opening a small business. ^ Students will be able to meet with prospective clients and plan all elements of a special event.
BiologyBIOL 8Cell and Molecular Biology^ Students will be able to accurately draw a plasmid map based on the results of a restriction digest of a plasmid. ^ Students will be able to identify the function of each component of the SDS PAGE development process (primary antibody, secondary antibody, biotin, milk protein).
Fine ArtsARTS 31Ceramics: Advanced Studio^ Students will integrate hand building and throwing techniques to create a visually unified ceramic set. ^ Students will synthesize design, craftsmanship and function to design and create two functional teapots.
Fine ArtsARTS 30ACeramics: Beginning I^ Students will appropriately apply ceramic knowledge to writing about a ceramic artist. ^ Students will understand the relationship between the objects they are making and the materials used in ceramics class with those used in daily living: this goal will be measured with a survey at the end of the year. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to throw and trim four cups that are a minimum of 4" tall and apply handles. ^ Students will develop a working knowledge of basic ceramics vocabulary that coordinates with ARTS 30A curriculum.
Fine ArtsARTS 30BCeramics: Beginning II^ Students will apply ceramic knowledge and writing skills in writing about ceramics. ^ Students will be able to create lids that fit a vessel or jar. ^ Students will be able to create multiples of the same form on the pottery wheel.
Fine ArtsARTS 33Ceramics: Hand Construction^ Students will appropriately apply ceramic knowledge to writing about a ceramic artist. ^ Students will be able to build a coiled vessel. ^ Students will be able to utilize wet clay surface treatments. ^ Students will construct a ceramic, slab built mask inspired by historical reference.
WeldingWELD 70C (VOC)Certification for Welders^ 75% of students will pass the L.A. City Department of Building and Safety written exam for Structural Steel Welder certification with a score of 70% or better. ^ Demonstrate proper and safe usage of welding equipment and practices by written and practical tests. (MO) ^ Identify modern welding practices. (MO) ^ Read and interpret welding and building codes in the area of light gauge and heavy material of the construction industry. (MO) ^ Students will be able to compare SMAW and FCAW processes for appropriateness of code welding. ^ Students will evaluate finished welds for defects by visual and bend inspections.
School of Continuing EducationVOC HTH01Certified Nursing Assistance^ Students completing the CNA course will pass the state examination. ^ Students completing the CNA externship will pass their site evaluation.
MusicMUS 27Chamber Winds^ Develop growth in musical and technical skills as instrumentalists ^ Play wind repertory in various styles. ^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common classical rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing common musical stylistic elements, including pitch identification, dynamics, and varied articulation, through music preparation.
MusicMUS 45Chambers Singers^ Blend with each voice in groups. ^ Develop vocalizing skills. ^ Differentiate tone colors needed for effective interpretation of the music. ^ Harmonize with each voice in groups. ^ Memorize music and present public performances as a member of an ensemble. ^ Sight read musical pieces. ^ Students will be able to identify all major key signatures and names of notes in the treble and bass clefs. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key. ^ The Mt SAC Chamber Singers will travel to New York City to peform at Carnegie Hall. The students will have the opportunity to perform their own concert as well as joining with a large festival choir of over 150 voices to perform the "Gloria" by Vivaldi and "Regina Coeli" by Mozart with a full orchestra. The students will be asked to come up with differences and similarities between performing music in a small ensemble as opposed to a large ensemble. Also, to compare performing a cappella as opposed to singing with a full orchestra. The students will also have the opportunity to hear and work with other collegiate choirs and to evaluate each groups' performance.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 116Character Development^ Create drawings exploring a variety of facial expressions. ^ Create five point character turn-arounds. ^ Develop a cohesive cast of characters. ^ Develop and render characters on-model. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to create a model sheets for each of their own characters. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of rendering a basic character, of their choice, with consistency. ^ Produce character comparison charts. ^ Render character emotions through body posing.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 3Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery^ Students successfully completing AD 3 will be able to identify and describe various modalities in the treatment of addictions. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to analyze the effectiveness of major treatment modalities and support systems in recovery. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to describe medical and behavioral models of addiction treatment. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to describe the etiology and symptomology of addiction. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to list methods of intervention in addiction. (MO)
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 5Chemical Dependency: Prevention and Education^ Students successfully completing AD 5 will be able to compare and contrast drug program effectiveness ^ Students successfully completing AD 5 will be able to examine different prevention programs overall projected effectiveness based on research analysis. ^ Students successfully completing AD 5 will be able to identify each of the five steps involved in developing a prevention program. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to examine different prevention programs and evaluate their effectiveness based on research analysis. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify each of the five steps involved in developing a prevention program. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify groups considered "at risk" for drug abuse and addiction in the community. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify societal attitudes toward alcohol and drug abuse. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to summarize governmental and law enforcement efforts to stop drug trafficking and sales (locally, nationally, and internationally. (MO)
ChemistryCHEM 10Chemistry for Allied Health Majors^ 1) Chem 10 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of acid-base concepts such as comparing relative acidity of solutions based on pH 2) Chem 10 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of acid-base concepts such as calculating the concentrations of hydronium ions, hydroxide ions, and pH of acidic and basic solutions ^ Analyze the structure of an atom, and write electron configurations for elements in the Periodic Table. ^ Apply gas laws to describe the behavior of gases. Set up and solve gas law problems. ^ Apply the concepts of reversible reactions to explain chemical equilibrium. ^ Chem 10 student will be successful at defining a chemical reaction and identifying the observations that indicate a chemical reaction. ^ Chem 10 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of acid-base concepts such as predicting products of neutralization reaction, comparing relative acidity of solutions based on pH, and calculating the concentrations of hydronium ions, hydroxide ions, and pH of acidic and basic solutions. ^ Chem 10 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of chemical bonding concepts such as writing the electron-dot (Lewis) structure, predicting molecular geometry, and determining whether a given bond is ionic, nonpolar covalent or polar-covalent. ^ Compare and contrast the structure and properties, apply the IUPAC naming system, identify functional groups, and draw structural formulas for organic compounds. ^ Compare and contrast the three states of matter and forms of energy. Evaluate energy profiles of chemical reactions and calculate the energy for changes of state. ^ Complete and balance various types of chemical equations including oxidation-reduction reactions. Apply the concept of mole to solve for quantities in chemical reactions. ^ Demonstrate proper and safe laboratory techniques, record observations, collect and analyze data, and form conclusion by performing both qualitative and quantitative experiments that support lecture topics. ^ Differentiate types of radioactivity, contrast methods of medical applications, write nuclear equations and solve problems relating to half-lives of radioactive substances. ^ Express measurements using correct significant figures. Perform calculations, set up and solve problems using conversion factors. ^ Identify common characteristics of acids and bases including names, strengths, reactions, ionization in aqueous solution, pH scale, and buffers. Calculate the pH of solutions and evaluate the effects of adding an acid/base to a buffer system. ^ Identify the types of bonds, predict bond polarity, and write the names or formulas for inorganic compounds. ^ Solve various solution problems including solubility, concentration, and dilution. Compare solution properties such as osmosis, dialysis, electrolytes, and non-electrolytes. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. This GEO assessment was based on the topic of Reaction Rates ^ Students enrolling in CHEM 10 are able to perform appropriate algebra skills.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 11Child and Adolescent Development^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will analyze major developmental milestones for children prenatal through adolescence in the areas of physical, psychosocial, cognitive, language and brain development using standard research methodologies. ^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will analyze the importance of development in the early years and the interaction between maturational processes and social and environmental factors. ^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will apply developmental theory to the analysis of child observations and interviews using objective evaluative techniques. ^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will be able to compare and contrast diverse theoretical, cultural and historical perspectives and contexts, including current research trends that relate to the study of child development. ^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students completing CHLD 11 - Child and Adolescent Development will differentiate characteristics of typical and atypical development at various stages of development.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 15Child Development^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to apply a sociological understanding of the various social and environmental forces that shape child development. ^ Students will be able to apply a sociological understanding physical growth and social, emotional, and cognitive development from conception to adolescence across all major concepts of child development. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of child development.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 10Child Growth and Development^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to analyze how cultural, economic, political, historical contexts affect children's development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to analyze major developmental milestones in the areas of physical, psychosocial, cognitive, and language development using standard research methodologies from conception through adulthood. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to analyze the importance of development in the first five years and understand how the interaction between maturational processes and environmental factors during this period effect later development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to apply developmental theory to the analysis of child observations, surveys, and/or interviews using investigative research methodologies. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to compare and contrast various theoretical frameworks that relate to the study of human development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10 - Child Growth and Development will be able to differentiate characteristics of typical and atypical development at various stages of development.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 10HChild Growth and Development - Honors^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to analyze how cultural, economic, political, historical contexts affect children's development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to analyze major developmental milestones in the areas of physical, psychosocial, cognitive, and language development using standard research methodologies from conception through adulthood. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to analyze the importance of the early years and the interaction between maturational processes and social/environmental factors and their effect on various stages of development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to apply developmental theory to the analysis of child observations, surveys, and/or interviews using investigative research methodologies. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to compare and contrast various thoeoretical frameworks that relate to the study of human development. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students completing CHLD 10H - Child Growth and Development - Honors will be able to differentiate characteristics of typical and atypical development at various stages of development.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 1Child, Family and Community^ Students completing CHLD 1 - Child, Family and Community will be able to identify and analyze theories of socialization that address the interrelationship of child, family, and community as well as family systems, beliefs and dynamics that promote healthy family relationships. ^ Students completing CHLD 1 - Child, Family and Community will be able to critically assess how changing educational, political, social, economic and cultural factors directly impact the lives of children and families. ^ Students completing CHLD 1 - Child, Family and Community will be able to critique strategies that support and empower families through respectful, reciprocal relationships to involve all families in their children's development and learning. ^ Students completing CHLD 1 - Child, Family and Community will be able to examine and describe the agents of socialization (family, peers, school, media and community) and social issues that influence the developing child. ^ Students completing CHLD 1 - Child, Family and Community will be able to explore and evaluate community support services and agencies that are available to families, develop referral skills that help children and families access empowering community resources and analyze effective advocacy skills that establish effectual public policies pertaining to children and families ^ Students enrolled in CHLD 1 will be able to analyze one’s own goals and sense of self as related to family history and life experiences, assessing how this impacts relationships with children and families.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 68Children with Special Needs^ Students completing in CHLD 68 - Children with Special Needs will be able to analyze and evaluate the history of legislation pertaining to the education of children with disabilites from 1975 to the present. ^ Students completing in CHLD 68 - Children with Special Needs will be able to identify and describe the categories of disability recognized by the California Department of Education and their associated definitions and characteristics. ^ Students completing in CHLD 68 - Children with Special Needs will be able to identify key elements of development from birth through 8 years, and assess genetic and environmental risk factors to this development.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 40Children's Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will analyze major themes and concerns in children's literature. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
TheaterTHTR 60 (VOC)Children's Theatre^ Develop adaptability as an actor by performing in different venues. ^ Develop flexibility as an actor by learning and performing at least two different roles within a production. ^ Develop reliability as a team member by meeting all rehearsal and development deadlines. ^ Develop the ability to repeat performances accurately and consistency. ^ Increase ability to creatively collaborate with other students through production meetings and performances. ^ Increase vocal and physical communication skills through frequent performances throughout the semester ^ Students completing THTR 60 will identify traits of the kindergarten through 3rd grade audience, and formulate a set of basic acting skills which will appeal to that audience. ^ Students who complete THTR 60 will demonstrate the discipline, focus, and commitment necessary to successfully perform a play repeatedly over a period of several weeks.
MusicMUS 29Choral Workshop^ Blend with other voices in section. ^ Define musical terms. ^ Develop and practice skills in basic elements of vocalizing, i.e. proper breath support and exhalation. ^ Differentiate tone colors to express correct meaning of words in text. ^ Exercise skill in watching and following the conductor. ^ Harmonize with other voices in section. ^ Memorize selected works to be performed by the choir. ^ Prepare selections for in class or public performance. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key. ^ Students will be able to identify the names of the notes on both treble and bass clefs, and identify all of the major key signatures.
DanceDNCE 4Choreography^ DNCE 4 (Choreography) students will be able to present basic choreographic forms and compositional design. ^ DNCE 4 (Choreography) students will expand their theoretical and historical knowledge in the field of choreography.
KinesiologyKINF 36ACircuit Training Beginning^ Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio/respiratory fitness. ^ Students taking KINF 36 will show an improvement in lower body strength. ^ Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise. ^ Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %. ^ Students will be given test questions regarding weight machines and a muscle chart. ^ The PE F students will show an improvement in upper body strength.
KinesiologyKINF 36BCircuit Training Intermediate^ Students will be able to show an improvement in their cardiovascular fitness. ^ Students will be able to show improvements in their muscular strength
CISCISN 51Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing^ Students completing CISN 51 - Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing Lecture will be able to configure and setup static routing. ^ Students completing CISN 51 - Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing Lecture will be able to implement VLAN and VLAN routing.
CISCISN 51LCisco CCNA Networking and Routing^ Students completing CISN 51L - Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing Lab will be able to implement NATand VLAN ^ Students completing CISN 51L - Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing Lab will be able to install and configure various wireless implementations.
ESLCITZ NATCitizenship^ Students will improve their understanding of the listening and writing content of the U.S. Citizenship interview. ^ Students will improve their understanding of U.S. history & government content outlined by U.S. Naturalization Dept.
Business AdministrationPLGL 33BCivil Procedure - Trial and Post-Trial^ Students completing PLGL 33B - Civil Procedure - Trial and Post-Trial will be able to distinguish among the various discovery tools including depositions, interrogatories, requests for production, and requests for admission. ^ Students completing PLGL 33B - Civil Procedure - Trial and Post-Trial will be able to prepare a basic motion.
Business AdministrationPLGL 33ACivil Procedure Pretrial^ Students completing PLGL 33A - Civil Procedure Pretrial will be able to initiate a civil lawsuit. ^ Students completing PLGL 33A - Civil Procedure Pretrial will successfully draft an answer to a complaint.
DanceDNCE 31Classical Dance^ DNCE 31 (Classical Dance) students will be able to execute and perform intermediate ballet techniques and classical variations. ^ DNCE 31 (Classical Dance) students will improve ballet skills by exploring different schools of ballet technique.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 10Client Record and Documentation^ Employers will be satisfied with students charting skills ^ Students successfully competing AD 10 will be able to write treatment plans with behavior objectives. ^ Students successfully completing AD 10 will demonstrate record keeping that meets legal and ethical standards. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to describe record keeping that meets legal and ethical standards. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explain the process of biopsychosocial assessment of clients. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explain the purpose of client record documentation. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to prepare effective discharge and aftercare planning documentation in clinical records. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to utilize terminology and standard abbreviations in order to use clinical records as a treatment tool. (MO)
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 1AClincal Experience 1A^ Student will apply accurate positioning skills ^ The student will critique images for appropriate anatomy, accuracy of positioning, image quality, and patient identification. ^ The student will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in the clinical setting. ^ The student will demonstrate proper use of lead markers. ^ The student will operate the beam restrictor (collimator) to limit patient exposure. ^ The student will position the patient and image receptor to achieve accurate demonstration of the affected body part. ^ The student will properly position the affected body part and image receptor. ^ The student will use appropriate and effective written, oral and nonverbal communication with patients, the public, and members of the healthcare team ^ The student will use personnel and radiation protection measures each exam warrants
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 56LClinical Experience^ 100% of students successfully completing Ment 56L will be able to describe and apply the principles of the nursing process to organize the patient care. ^ Assess client’s status using Roy’s Adaptation Model in understanding, creating, implementing and evaluating nursing care plans. (mo) ^ Calculate medication dosages. (mo) ^ Demonstrate and practice safe medication administration with supervisor. (mo) ^ Describe structure and function of the human body as it relates to client care. (mo) ^ Practice within the current standards of the Psychiatric Technician Law. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 56L will accurately do a head to toe assessment. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 56L will demonstrate accurate skills assessing body systems. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 56L will utilize safe practice by preventing and recognizing hazards, potential injuries and infectious agents. ^ Students successfully completing Ment 56L will be able to follow correct procedural guidelines to administering medications safely. ^ Utilize safe practice by preventing and recognizing hazards, potential injuries and infectious agents. (mo) ^ Utilize theory concepts of aging as they relate to the bio-psycho-social aspects of care. (mo) ^ Utilize theory concepts of culture as they relate to the bio-psycho-social aspects of care. (mo)
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 1BClinical Experience 1B^ Student will apply accurate positioning skills ^ The student will accurately position the body part for optimal imaging. ^ The student will critique images for appropriate anatomy, accuracy of positioning, image quality, and patient identification. ^ The student will demonstrate proper patient care techniques. ^ The student will demonstrate proper use of lead markers. ^ The student will observe and assess patients condition. ^ The student will position the patient and image receptor to achieve accurate demonstration of the affected body part. ^ The student will use appropriate and effective written, oral and nonverbal communication with patients, the public, and members of the healthcare team ^ The student will use personnel and radiation protection measures each exam warrants
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 2AClinical Experience 2A^ The student will be able to explain radiographic procedures to patients completely and clearly. ^ The student will be able to operate the beam restrictor to limit radiation exposure and improve image quality. ^ The student will demonstrate advanced-level competency on radiographic examinations. ^ The student will select technical factors appropriate for the part examined to produce a diagnostic image.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 2BClinical Experience 2B^ The student will accurately assess patient condition for every radiographic procedure. ^ The student will be able to select technical factors appropriate for the body part being radiographed. ^ The student will demonstrate proper aseptic and sterile technique.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 3AClinical Experience 3A^ Student will apply accurate positioning skills ^ The student will clearly and thoroughly explain radiology examinations to patients and knowledgeably answer questions. ^ The student will critique images for appropriate anatomy, accuracy of positioning, image quality, and patient identification. ^ The student will demonstrate proper use of lead markers. ^ The student will position the patient and image receptor to achieve accurate demonstration of the affected body part. ^ The student will use appropriate and effective written, oral and nonverbal communication with patients, the public, and members of the healthcare team ^ The student will use personnel and radiation protection measures each exam warrants
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 3BClinical Experience 3B^ Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in the clinical setting ^ The student will select proper technical factors (kVp & mAs)
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 3CClinical Experience 3C^ The student has adequate knowledge of radiographic procedures and competently applies technical skills in clinical applications. ^ The student will determine corrective measures to improve inadequate images.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 4Clinical Experience 4^ The student will demonstrate technical competency.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 62AClinical Pathology^ 72% of Students will properly perform a CBC with a differential slide ^ 72% Student will perform a proper direct and fecal float exam for parasite eggs
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 62BClinical Pathology^ 72% of Student will perform a complete urinalysis including a specific gravity, multireagant strip and sediment exam. ^ 72% Students will perform a bacteria sample 4 quadrant plating and then gram stain
DSP&SDSPS LRND1Clinical Speech Instruction^ Students who complete the course will report more successful functional communication. ^ Students will feel an increased level of comfort in communicating with others. ^ Students will improve at least one social communication skill.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 10 (VOC)Clothing Construction I^ Students completing FASH 10 will be able to construct an adult short sleeve shirt with yoke and collar pursuant to apparel industry standards. ^ Students will be able to construct an adult sized pair of shorts with a fly front zipper pursuant to apparel industry standards.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 12 (VOC)Clothing Construction II^ Students completing FASH 12 will be able to construct a pant with a fly front zipper and pockets. ^ Students completing FASH 12 will be able to construct an adult sized long sleeve shirt with yoke, sleeve placket opening and cuffs.
CISCISS 29CNASM Service Learning^ Students completing CISS 29 - CNASM Service Learning will be able to evaluate and demonstrate the use of ASA (Adaptive Security Appliance), Web, and Radius authentication services. ^ Students completing CISS 29 - CNASM Service Learning will be able to compare and contrast various implementation of secured wireless network.
Interior DesignID 25Codes and Specifications for Interior Design^ 1. Apply drafting skills and code knowledge to interior spaces. 2. Identify and define the purpose of federal and state regulatory acts, standards, organizations, and various codes that affect interiors. 3. Design code complaint spaces. 4. Use code books to research code information. 5. Decipher building construction types and apply appropriate codes. 6. Determine occupancy classifications and calculate occupant loads. 7. Diagram types of egress, their arrangements, capacity, and travel distance. 8. Arrange exit lighting and signage requirements. 9. Compare and contrast types of fire and smoke prevention, detection, and suppression systems. 10. Construct specifications with clearly communicated format and content. ^ Students will successfully research code requirements from multiple sources. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through implementing graphic standards in the drawing of a space. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to apply CAD nomenclature.
Sign LanguageSIGN 227Cognitive Processing for Interpreters^ Given a piece of discourse in ASL correctly identify themes, main points, and details. ^ Given a piece of discourse in English correctly identify themes, main points, and details.
MathMath 130College Algebra^ Analyze a variety of applied problems (including variation problems) and work with the resulting equation or function to respond to the problem, using complete sentence responses. ^ Demonstrate properties of matrices. ^ Expand powers of binomials using the Binomial Theorem. ^ Graph functions and relations, including polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions (using transformations when appropriate). ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations with functions including composition and determine the domain, range and inverse of a function. ^ Prove statements using mathematical induction. ^ Recognize patterns in sequences and series (arithmetic and geometric) to determine terms and find sums, using sigma notation as appropriate. ^ Simplify expressions, including polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic. ^ Solve equations and inequalities, including linear, higher-order polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic and literal. ^ Solve systems of equations (linear and non-linear) by methods of substitution, elimination, graphing and matrices. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
CounselingCOUN 2College Success Strategies^ Students will be able to explain a new time management strategy. ^ Students will be able to identify and explain 2 reasons for procrastination. ^ Students will be able to identify at least 2 study skill strategies important for success. ^ Students will be able to identify external and internal factors that influence academic success. ^ Students will be able to identify two success strategies and how they would help in achieving academic success. ^ Students will disucss two time management strategies learned from COUN 2
MusicMUS 30Collegiate Chorale^ Define key musical terms. ^ Demonstrate skill in harmonizing with other voices in the ensemble. ^ Demonstrate skills in basic elements of vocalizing, including blend, balance and solfeggio. ^ Demonstrate skills in effectively blending with other voices in section. ^ Differentiate tone colors to express correct meaning of words in text. ^ Exercise skill in watching and following the conductor. ^ Memorize selected works to be performed by the choir. ^ Prepare and perform a selected solo. ^ Student will be able to hold his/her own part in multi-part harmony, as selected from the ensemble's concert repertoire, when asked to perform in scheduled parts tests. A minimum of 80% accuracy of pitch and rhythm is expected when tested. ^ Student will be able to name the notes as indicated on the music staff in both the treble and bass clefs. ^ Students will be able to identify all major key signatures and names of notes in the treble and bass clefs. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key. ^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common jazz and commercial music rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing common musical elements (pitch identification, dynamics, and articulation) through music preparation.
Interior DesignID 20Color and Design Theory 1^ Students will successfully apply the knowledge of color to a space accurately based on key concepts. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the color application. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking in applying color and design theory to a space. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to complete a written analysis on color concepts.
Interior DesignID 21Color and Design Theory II^ 1. Utilize design tools and equipment of the profession. 2. Employ graphic principles, standards, and conventions used in 3D architectural design. 3. Analyze and apply concepts of creativity and design processes. 4. Demonstrate and apply psychological and physiological characteristics of design elements and principles. 5. Create portfolio pieces that include descriptive geometry reflecting basic 3D design skills. ^ Students will successfully apply the knowledge of 3D design elements in a space accurately based on key concepts. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through the construction of a model. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to provide a written analysis on 3D design elements
PhotographyPHOT 20 (VOC)Color Photography^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to analyze color images using color theory principles ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to create color corrected prints ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to create five color schemes: monochrome, analogous, triad, complementary and warm ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to create mood using color psychology principles ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to present prints using matting and color coordination
PhotographyPHOT 30 (VOC)Commercial and Illustrative Photography^ Student will present an action plan listing perspective job targets, listing "resources needed", "interview dates," and client presenting to; and plan will include a personal resume. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able apply organizational and production skills for large commercial photographic projects. ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able to apply appropriate lighting techniques to produce innovative commercial studio and location images. ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able to employ techniques in fashion, glamour, or executive portraiture for effective lighting of a person. ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able to operate equipment related to commercial photography, ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able to produce photographs that work within a layout. ^ Students that complete PHOT 30 will be able to use proper digital image capture and editing techniques. ^ Students will create a portfolio of 20-25 pieces.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 280Commercial Art Studio - Special Projects^ Effectively operate within interdisciplinary teams to complete complex commercial art projects. ^ Prepare complex creative briefs defining the purpose and goals of a project. ^ Prepare plans defining the project's scope, deliverables, required resources, and milestones of a project. ^ Present original commercial art solutions explaining how they successfully satisfy project goals. ^ Solve specific creative, design and production problems related to a Commercial Art project. ^ Students will prepare plans defining the project's scope, deliverables, required resources, and milestones.
DanceDNCE 32Commercial Dance^ DNCE 32 (Commercial Dance) students will learn intermediate commercial dance techniques. ^ DNCE 32 students will learn basic performance skills and be able to execute commercial dance choreography.
DanceDNCE 36Commercial Dance II^ DNCE 32 (Commercial Dance II) students will learn advanced commercial dance technique. ^ DNCE 36 Students will improve commercial dance skills by learning and performing different schools of commercial dance.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 31Commercial Electrical for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration^ Completers will understand electrical sequence of operations of commercial refrigeration equipment. ^ Students will monitor proper phasing for 3 phase power
PhotographyPHOT 14Commercial Lighting^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, and what they do : control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, what they do: control exposure and motion ^ Students that complete PHOT 14 will be able to apply color temperature and color correction tools (on-set and capture correction). ^ Students that complete PHOT 14 will be able to apply lighting techniques for optimum imagery of glassware or reflective subjects. ^ Students that complete PHOT 14 will be able to apply location lighting techniques to produce high quality imagery. ^ Students that complete PHOT 14 will be able to apply main and secondary light sources to provide correct lighting ratios. ^ Students that complete PHOT 14 will be able to combine studio lighting techniques to produce imagery with optimum technical and aesthetic value.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 150Commercial Pilot Ground School^ Appraise takeoff decisions based on computed aircraft weight and balance, including center of gravity and the aircraft's safe operating limitations. ^ Calculate aircraft performance data necessary for takeoff and landing, and cross-country flight. ^ Describe the objective, procedures, and common errors of the Commercial Pilot flight maneuvers. ^ Diagram the basic fuel system of a single-engine aircraft and relate the function of individual components to the overall system. ^ Explain the principles of flight and aerodynamics as they relate to high-performance aircraft. ^ Students completing the course will be able to compute takeoff and landing data. ^ Students will be able to compute weight and balance calculations that include 'weight shift' and 'weight change' problems
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 07ACommercial Voice-Overs^ Determine the who, what, where, when and why of a particular role in a commercial. ^ Effectively analyze a commercial script to determine appropriate voicing technique. ^ Perform a commercial audition. ^ Recognize the differences between varieties of approaches to a commercial script. ^ Students will demonstrate the proper way to perform a level check for a voice-over audition or session. ^ Students will demonstrate the proper way to record a slate for a voice-over audition or session. ^ Take verbal direction on a piece of copy and utilize that direction in the performance of the piece.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 53 (VOC)Communications Circuits Theory^ Calculate and analyze various modulation characteristics using a variety of modulation principles. ^ Compare and contrast various parameters of different modulation principles. ^ Define common communication terms used in telecommunication circuits. ^ Demonstrate effective use of test equipment during measurements on various communication circuits. ^ Evaluate and measure the reception effectiveness of several modulated sources. ^ Explain circuit operation of various communication circuits. ^ Measure and record parameters of several modulated sources. ^ Students completing ELEC 53 will be able to calculate the bandwidth and power characteristics of frequency-modulated signals using the table of normalized Bessel functions. ^ Students completing ELEC 53 will be able to interpret amplitude and frequency characteristics of signals displayed on the spectrum analyzer screen.
Administration of JusticeADJU 5 (VOC)Community Relations^ Students will be able to identify the Three Eras of Policing in America. ^ Students will demonstrate that they understand the beginnings of the Modern Police Force.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 107Company Officer 2A: Human Resource Management for Company Officers^ Identify core management and supervisory duties of the company officer ^ Identify Nationally recognized standards use to promote firefighter safety and wellness programs
Fire TechnologyFIRE 102Company Officer 2B General Administrative Functions^ Identify components of an organization and related administrative functions ^ Identify the basic components of the purchasing process
Fire TechnologyFIRE 100Company Officer 2C: Fire Inspections and Investigations^ Describe the components and procedures of a fire and life safety inspection ^ Describe the various occupancies classifications according to the current California Fire Code
Fire TechnologyFIRE 101Company Officer 2D All Risk Command Operations^ Describe the system components and the responsibilities of the incident command officer ^ Identify building construction features that prevent the spread of fire
Fire TechnologyFIRE 103Company Officer 2E : Wildland Incident Operations^ Identify common wildland hazards and the limitations they impose of firefighters and their equipment ^ Identify the minimum personnel qualifications required of a wildland firefighter.
Business AdministrationPLGL 50Comparative Law^ Students completing PLGL 50 - Comparative Law will be able to analyze substantive and procedural differences. ^ Students completing PLGL 50 - Comparative Law will be able to evaluate legal systems.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 60Comprehensive Pulmonary Assessment^ MO: Analyze patient data and determine the related pathophysiology. ^ MO: Create a patient care plans. ^ MO: Describe the causes and characteristics of common cardiopulmonary symptoms. ^ MO: Interpret arterial blood gas data. ^ MO: Locate the topographic position of thoracic landmarks on a diagram of the ^ MO: Select appropriate therapy based on patient assessment data. ^ SLO: Given arterial blood gas data, the student will be able to determine the patient’s acid base status. ^ SLO: Given patient assessment data, create an assessment statement and treatment plan. ^ Students will be able to analyze and apply laboratory date and recommend appropriate care. ^ Students will be able to interpret arterial blood gas results. ^ Students will be able to interpret physical examination data relative to the cardiopulmonary system.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 7AComputed Tomography Clinical Experience 7A^ The student will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in the clinical setting ^ The student will determine corrective measures to improve inadequate images ^ The student will position the patient and gantry to achieve accurate demonstration of the affected body part
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 7BComputed Tomography Clinical Experience 7B^ The student will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in the clinical setting ^ The student will determine corrective measures to improve inadequate images ^ The student will position the patient and gantry to achieve accurate demonstration of the affected body part
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 72Computed Tomography Physcis and Instrumentation^ The student will evaluate a given Computed Tomography (CT) image and list the type of artifact present, describe the artifact’s appearance on the image, and explain how the artifact may be eliminated or reduced. ^ The student will identify the components of the CT imaging system. ^ The student will sequence the events in CT scanning from the application of electrical current to the CT radiographic tube to the CT detector.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 71Computed Tomography Procedures and Patient Care^ The student will determine if the use of contrast media is contraindicated and explain why by evaluating the patient medical laboratory results, patient history and charted information. ^ The student will identify the symptoms and describe appropriate medical interventions for a patient with a contrast agent reaction. ^ The student will list the range, anatomical landmarks, patient orientation and position and technical factors for pediatric patients used to produce scout and scan images for a given procedure. ^ The student will specify the patient preparation required for each procedure.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 70Computed Tomography Sectional Anatomy and Pathology^ The student will define common terms used in the study of pathology. ^ The student will evaluate CT images to locate characteristic CT manifestations of a given pathology. ^ The student will identify various anatomic structures displayed on axial, multiplanar, and three-dimensional computed tomography images. ^ The student will locate each anatomical structure on CT images in the transverse, coronal, sagittal and orthogonal cross-sectional imaging planes.
Interior DesignID 34Computer Aided Design II^ 1. Develop three-dimensional models to create photorealistic renderings and fly-throughs. 2. Utilize CAD software to create models. 3. Light three-dimensional interior spaces including furniture, lighting, and background. 4. Texture and create scenes in three-dimensional environments. 5. Evaluate software for effectiveness in drawing appropriate models and environments for rendering. 6. Design portfolios reflecting three-dimensional modeling skills. ^ Students will successfully assemble a construction document set accurately based industry standards. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through implementing the proper CAD graphic standards. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to apply CAD nomenclature.
Interior DesignID 23Computer Aided Drawing for Interior Design I^ 1. Utilize software for word processing for basic reports and specification writing. 2. Use spreadsheet and graphic presentation software applications. 3. Utilize CAD software for scaled drawings. 4. Use graphic symbols for interior material finishes. 5. Sequence dimension techniques and annotations. 6. Construct drawings sets using Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) programs. 7. Compile digital portfolios. ^ Students will successfully assemble a construction document set accurately based industry standards. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through implementing the proper CAD graphic standards. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to apply CAD nomenclature.
CISCISB 11Computer Information Systems^ Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will be able to define the following Internet terms: Internet, World Wide Web, browser, IP address, URL ^ Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will be able to identify five ways to protect a computer from harmful attacks. ^ Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will know the four primary operations of a computer and the hardware that performs these operations. ^ Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will know the six phases of the system development life cycle and two activities that occur in each phase.
School of Continuing EducationVOC CPCLComputer Laboratory^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #1 for this course will be identical to SLO #1 in its credit counterpart course. ^ This is a dual-listed course which is identical to its credit counterpart. The credit course ID matches this course ID with the elimination of the VOC prefix. SLO #2 for this course will be identical to SLO #2 in its credit counterpart course.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 56Computer Networks^ Students completing CNET 56 will be able to determine the most appropriate standards, protocols, and access methods for a given network. ^ Students completing CNET 56 will be able to identify and distinguish among the different media used in network communications. ^ Students completing CNET56 will be able to correctly determine an IPv4 address, broadcast address, and network address from a binary IPv4 address and binary subnet mask.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 12 (VOC)Computer Simulation and Troubleshooting^ Analyze circuits for faults. ^ Analyze operational circuit parameters when component values are changed. ^ Course completers will demonstrate the ability to isolate defective components on physical (as opposed to simulated) circuit boards. ^ Demonstrate basic computer operating skills. ^ Demonstrate how to troubleshoot circuits, and replace faulty components through simulation. ^ Predict circuit operating parameters based on simulated characteristics. ^ Using MultiSim students will be able to locate hidden faults in an analog circuit. ^ Using MultiSim students will construct and simulate a discrete-component analog circuit.
Administration of JusticeADJU 3 (VOC)Concepts of Criminal Law^ Analyze the impact of appellate and supreme court decisions on statutes ^ Demonstrate an awareness of how to identify criminal codes and discriminate between them based on their elements ^ Students will detail the interview and investigation process that is used to identify evidence of a crime ^ Students will identify the elements of criminal codes.
Administration of JusticeADJU 6 (VOC)Concepts of Enforcement Services^ Demonstrate understanding different types and levels of enforcement ^ Demonstrate understanding laws related civil liberties, civil disobedience, and riots ^ Describe the various types of patrols ^ Students will be able to describe the different tasks within general patrol functions. ^ Students will compare and contrast the role of the patrol officer as facilitator and enforcer.
Administration of JusticeADJU 13 (VOC)Concepts of Traffic Services^ Demonstrate Field Sobriety Test proficiency ^ Demonstrate the ability to accurately diagram a traffic collision ^ Students will be able to accurately compelte a traffic citation ^ Students will understand the relevant aspects of traffic collision reporting. ^ Students will write an accurate DUI arrest report
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 169Conceptual Illustration^ Students will be able to communicate concept through composition ^ Students will be able to communicate concept through design. ^ Students will be able to summarize contemporary art trends. ^ Students will demonstrate a unique visual language. ^ Students will present a portfolio representative of their ability to communicate visually through illustration demonstrating the use of composition, contemporary art trends, and cultural, social, and visual language.
MusicMUS 36Concert and Community Band^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common classical rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing common musical elements, including pitch identification, dynamics, and varied articulation, through music preparation.
MusicMUS 31Concert Choir^ Apply proper breath support to singing ^ Contrast tone colors to express correct meaning of text. ^ Demonstrate skill in effective group singing and following the conductor at all times. ^ Practice and apply elements of vocalizing. ^ Students will be able to identify all major key signatures and names of notes in the treble and bass clefs. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key. ^ Utilize vocalizing skills to blend effeictively with each voice in the section. ^ Utilize vocalizing skills to harmonize with other sections of the choir
KinesiologyKINX 9Conditioning for Sports^ Improved upper body strength ^ Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio/respiratory fitness and muscular strength. ^ Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise. ^ Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
DanceDNCE 40Conditioning Through Dance^ DNCE 40 (Conditioning Through Dance) students will improve physical fitness through the coordination of dance exercises. ^ DNCE 40 students will demonstrate an understanding of how exercise effects overall health physically, mentally and emotionally.
MusicMUS 22Conducting^ Apply effective interpretation skills. ^ Conduct singers and/or instrumentalists in a rehearsal. ^ Demonstrate effective leadership qualities and physical carriage. ^ Demonstrate effective rehearsal techniques. ^ Read music from a full score. ^ Show use of effective beat patterns. ^ Students will be able to conduct multiple patterns in varied styles. ^ Students will be able to conduct simple selections utilizing mixed meters. ^ Use music terminology commonly found in musical scores.
BiologyBIOL 25Conservation Biology^ Analyze the significance of biodiversity to ecological function. ^ Apply current theories of genetics to illustrate problems with inbreeding and small population sizes. ^ Apply principles of the design of nature reserves to the Mt. SAC Wildlife Sanctuary. ^ Compare and contrast similarities and differences between laws that apply to national parks and laws that apply to multiple use public lands. ^ Describe the relationship between the illegal trade in the wool of the Tibetan antelope and the illegal trade in tiger parts from India used for traditional Chinese medicine. ^ Determine, from sample sets of data, the relationship between habitat island size and the degree of isolation on extinction rates. ^ Differentiate between biosphere reserves, national parks, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands, national forest lands, and national wildlife refuges in terms of management philosophies and objectives. ^ Integrate principles of ecology to explain relationships between habitat loss and extinction. ^ Participate in a group project that requires verbal presentation of a topic related to natural resource conservation.
ArchitectureINSP 71Construction Estimating^ Students will prepare a construction bid using plans for a simple building. ^ Students will solve basic problems in construction estimation.
Family & Consumer SciencesFCS 51Consumerism: The Movement, its Impact, and Issues^ Students completing FCS 51 - Consumer Skills, Issues, and Strategies and who complete the Advertising and Illth, Nealth and Wealth assignment will be able to identify products that promote illth, nealth or wealth. ^ Students completing FCS 51 - Consumer Skills, Issues, and Strategies will be able to demonstrate their ability to write a consumer complaint letter. ^ Students completing FCS 51 - Consumer Skills, Issues, and Strategies will be able to identify consumer related government agencies and compare/contrast the services they provide to consumers.
DanceDNCE 30Contemporary Dance^ DNCE 30 (Contemporary Dance) students will be able to define basic contemporary dance terms. ^ DNCE 30 (Contemporary Dance) students will be able to execute contemporary dance technique.
BiologyBIOL 5Contemporary Health Issues^ Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students will be able to analyze problems in health care delivery in the U.S. ^ Students will be able to compare and evaluate elements of a nutritionally healthy diet. ^ Students will be able to describe risk reduction strategies for preventing sexually transmitted diseases. ^ Students will be able to describe the components of a behavior modification program. ^ Students will be able to describe the effects of psychoactive drugs on multiple body systems. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the interaction between fitness and nutrition and chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer. ^ Students will be able to examine the effects of stress on physical and mental health. ^ Students will be able to identify patterns of disease and disability in the U.S. ^ Students will be able to identify risk factors for intentional and unintentional injuries. ^ Students will be able to synthesize the interaction of multiple environmental hazards. ^ Students will be able toiIdentify the benefits of prenatal care and testing. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 25Contemporary Mexican American Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Foreign LanguageITAL 53Continuing Conversational Italian^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation. ^ This course is currently not offered. We will offer it in Fall 2016.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 54Continuing Conversational Spanish^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
Foreign LanguageARAB 2Continuing Elementary Arabic^ Students will be able to recombine learned material and vocabulary to write simple sentences on familiar topics with a focus on elements from daily life without being able to sustain sentence-level writing all the time. ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the Arabic culture as taught in a continuing beginning level class. ^ Students will demonstrate acquired knowledge of Arabic vocabulary and grammatical structures by reading, comprehending, and translating Arabic sentences into English. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of simple sentences related to everyday topics, based on the vocabulary and sentence structures they have learned. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to tell time using the correct expressions in Modern Standard Arabic. ^ Students will read a text related to one of the topics from relevant chapters in the text ^ Students will show understanding of basic facts about Arab culture as taught in a continuing elementary level language class.
Foreign LanguageCHIN 2Continuing Elementary Chinese^ Students will be able to recall different type of Verbs. ^ Students will be able to recognize Chinese characters, words and comprehend the reading materials through the application of grammatical patterns they acquired. ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the Chinese culture as taught in a continuing beginning level class. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ The students will be able to comprehend the target language.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 2Continuing Elementary French^ Beginning to use language creatively, student will be able to write about personal past events and relate other people's past stories. ^ Students will answer 50 multiple choice questions using the vocabulary as presented in a context. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about the French culture. ^ Students will be able to understand and use most elementary structural concepts and rules. ^ Students will be able to understand novice-high level written texts. ^ Students will be acquainted with the basic characteristics of the cultures of several francophone countries as taught in a second semester class. ^ Using mostly learned phrases, students will be able to talk about their past, present or future immediate environment.
Foreign LanguageITAL 2Continuing Elementary Italian^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about Italian culture. ^ Students will be able to identify the meaning of terms in the target language
Foreign LanguageJAPN 2Continuing Elementary Japanese^ Japanese 2 students will demonstrate their comprehension of a paragraph containing Japanese 2 vocabulary and grammer at a continuing elementery level (See ACTFL Proficiency Guidalines) ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Preterite & Imperfect Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will be acquainted with the basic characteristics of the culture as it relates to festivals and events as taught in a second semester class. ^ Students will demonstrate writing ability by composing simple sentences related to everyday topics, based on the vocabularies and sentence structures they have learned. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Art HistoryLATN 2Continuing Elementary Latin^ Students will be able to identify and correctly translate Latin clauses containing "indirect statement" into idiomatic English. ^ Students will be able to identify and parse nouns and adjectives of the third and fourth declensions. ^ Students will be able to translate a compound English sentence into a grammatically correct English sentence. ^ Students will be able to translate a simple English sentence into a grammatically correct Latin sentence.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 2Continuing Elementary Spanish^ As a result of taking this course, the students will be able to comprehend and identify certain cultural aspects of the countries in this course: Guatemala, Chile, Costa Rica, Peru, Argentina and Panama. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Preterite & Imperfect Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate correct usage of the preterit versus the imperfect tense. ^ Students will demonstrate reading comprehension of a Continuing Elementary Spanish text. ^ Students will demonstrate reading comprehension of an continuing elementary Spanish text. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Foreign LanguageCHIN 4Continuing Intermediate Chinese^ Students will analyze a short story and present a thematic statement. ^ Students will be able to recall the Passive forms ofVerbs. . ^ Students will be able to recognize Chinese characters, words and comprehend the reading materials through the application of grammatical patterns they acquired ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the Chinese culture as taught in a continuing intermediate level class. ^ The students will be able to comprehend the target language.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 54Continuing Intermediate Conversational French^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 4Continuing Intermediate French^ Students will be able to answer questions about the French culture. ^ Students will be able to discuss feelings, relate stories and hypothesize about past, present or future events in their own and other people's lives. ^ Students will be able to understand and analyze short literary and journalistic texts and simple poetry ^ Students will be able to understand and apply intermediate level structural concepts and rules. ^ Students will be able to write short texts with intermediate-high level structural accuracy and vocabulary ^ Students will find the vocabulary words from a reading as it is presented in context. ^ Students will learn to understand the historical and political reasons for living conditions in several francophone countries as taught in an immediate level course. ^ Students will present a sketch in class using the vocabulary and grammar in context.
Foreign LanguageITAL 4Continuing Intermediate Italian^ Students will analyze a short story and present a thematic statement. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about Italian culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Present Subjunctive Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ Students will read the conclusion of a story (approximately 10 pages) in class and answer content questions. ^ Students will use written target language allowing for clear comprehension and using correct syntax.
Foreign LanguageJAPN 4Continuing Intermediate Japanese^ Japanese 4 students will demonstrate their comprehension of a paragraph containing Japanese 4 vocabulary and grammer at a continuing intermediate level (See ACTFL Proficiency Guidalines) ^ Students will analyze a short story and present a thematic statement. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about the Japanese culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the Passive forms of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will be able to transcribe, recognize/define, and pronounce the Continued intermediate level-Japanese 4 vocabulary with correct usage of Hiragana, Katakana, and limited number of Kanji Characters. ^ Students will present a sketch in class using the vocabulary and grammar in context. ^ The student will use the informal style, polite style and formal style (with honorifics and humble forms) in the three basic structures, N+ N, N+ADJ and N+V, properly in writing.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 4Continuing Intermediate Spanish^ Students will analyze a short story and present a thematic statement. ^ Students will be able to recall and apply the forms of the Past Subjunctive Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of the plot of a short story. ^ Students will demonstrate reading comprehension of an Continuing Intermediate Spanish text.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 12Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking^ In an embedded test, students will have to identify the word that is correctly accented. ^ Students will be able to form and / or identify the present perfect of verbs. ^ Students will be able to identify the direct and indirect object nouns in series of sentences and replace the nouns with objective pronouns. Including the "se" in the combinations: lo, la, las, & los. ^ Students will comprehend the plot of a short story. ^ Students will correctly identify if and where a written accent mark is required. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of the application of the rules of accent mark in Spanish.
Business AdministrationPLGL 39Contract Law^ Students completing PLGL 39 - Contract Law will be able to recognize the basic defenses to the formation of a valid contract. ^ Students completing PLGL 39 - Contract Law will be able to recognize the essential elements of a valid contract.
Foreign LanguageITAL 52Conversational Italian^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 53Conversational Spanish^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will communicate effectively in the target language with other students in original situational dialogues. Eighty percent of students will achieve at least 80%. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
Nutrition & FoodNF 81 (VOC)Cooking for Your Heart and Health^ Students completing NF 81 - Cooking for Your Heart and Health will be able to analyze food labels for a food's fat, saturated fat, trans fat, sodium, cholesterol, sugar, fiber, and vitamin and mineral content in order to assist in heart healthy food selection. ^ Students completing NF 81 - Cooking for Your Heart and Health will feel motivated and confident in their abilities to apply the information they learned in class to their lives. ^ Students completing NF 81 - Cooking for Your Heart and Health will modify and present a recipe.
KinesiologyKINF 25Core Performance and Foundation Movement^ Course not offered ^ Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio/respiratory fitness and muscular strength. ^ Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise. ^ Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 21Cost Accounting^ I am able to accumulate data for special decisions and long- range planning ^ I am able to define cost concepts, terms, behaviors and evaluate relevant costs for decision making ^ I am able to evaluate data for planning and controlling current operations
Foreign LanguageGERM 2Countinuing Elementary German^ Beginning to use language creatively, students will be able to write about personal past events. ^ Knowledge of the German culture. Students will be able to identify key elements of the German culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Preterite & Imperfect Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate intermediate written communication of simple to complex sentences and utilize German vocabulary related to everyday topics, based on the vocabulary and sentence structure they have learned. ^ Students will read a text related to chapters 7 and 8 in Treffpunkt Deutsch and answer questions based on the text. ^ Students will read a text related to one of the topics from chapters 5-8 in Treffpunkt Deutsch. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPCCCreative Computing^ Students in Creative Computing classes will complete a class project that displays students ability to place images into printed format. ^ The students in Creative computing classes will display their use of graphic art skills on various mediums through completion of a class project.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 63Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children^ Students completing CHLD 63 - Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children will be able to analyze and apply current basic math and science principles for developmentally appropriate curriculum. ^ Students completing CHLD 63 - Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children will be able to design and demonstrate appropriate math and science activities/curriculum planning. ^ Students completing CHLD 63 - Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children will be able to evaluate and apply current developmental learning theory. ^ Students completing CHLD 63 - Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children will be able to examine personal awareness of math or science phobia and analyze its effect when working with children. ^ Students completing CHLD 63 - Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children will be able to justify activities which develop national/state standards/foundations
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 8ACreative Writing - Fiction^ Students will understand the elements of fiction. ^ Students will write a short story.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 8FCreative Writing - Nonfiction^ Students will understand the elements of creative nonfiction. ^ Students will write a piece of nonfiction.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 8BCreative Writing - Poetry^ Students will understand the elements of poetry. ^ Students will write a poem.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 8ECreative Writing Memoir^ Students will understand the elements of the memoir. ^ Students will write a memoir.
Business AdministrationPLGL 45Creditors' Rights^ Students completing PLGL 45 - Creditors' Rights will be able to preparation a writ of execution and abstract of judgment. ^ Students completing PLGL 45 - Creditors' Rights will be able to prepare a Notice of Lien.
Business AdministrationPLGL 48Criminal Law and Procedures^ Students completing PLGL 48 - Criminal Law and Procedures will be able to analyze and synthesize statutory and case law in criminal law and procedure by reading and briefing important statutes and cases. ^ Students completing PLGL 48 - Criminal Law and Procedures will be able to apply the procedural aspects of the criminal justice system through a study of a case as it progresses through the system.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 9HCritical Analysis and Writing ?Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Critical Analysis and Writing Honors course will be able to develop a thesis statement that advances a clear argument. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 8Critical Thinking^ Pre and Post-Surveys to identify student knowledge of Classifying Arguments (Inductive and Deductive) ^ Students completing an assignment in Critical Thinking will be able to develop a thesis statement that advances a clear argument. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will take Pre and Post-Surveys to identify knowledge of Evaluation Arguments (Strong/weak, Cogent/Uncogent; Valid/Invalid, Sound/Unsound).
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 9Critical Thinking and Logical Writing^ Students completing an assignment in Critical Thinking and Logical Writing will be able to develop a thesis statement that advances a clear argument. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will take an embedded surveys to identify their knowledge of Evaluating Arguments (Strong/weak, Cogent/Uncogent; Valid/Invalid, Sound/Unsound).
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 1CCritical Thinking and Writing^ In conversation with multiple texts, whether assigned by the instructor or chosen by the student, students will write a formal argument. ^ Students will evaluate the soundness of arguments.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 1CHCritical Thinking and Writing - Honors^ In conversation with multiple texts, whether assigned by the instructor or chosen by the student, students will write a formal argument. ^ Students will evaluate the soundness of arguments.
KinesiologyKINX 11Cross Country - Men^ Assess improvement in cardiovascular fitness ^ Demonstrate working knowledge of safety precautions and rules in cross country
KinesiologyKINX 12Cross Country - Women^ Assess improvement in cardiovascular fitness ^ Demonstrate working knowledge of safety precautions and rules in cross country
Nutrition & FoodNF 28Cultural and Ethnic Foods^ Students completing NF 28 - Cultural and Ethnic Foods will be able to complete an assignment that demonstrates meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their personal wellbeing. ^ Students completing NF 28 - Cultural and Ethnic Foods will compare the cuisine of a selected culture with the typical American diet and demonstrate how the culture influenced American cuisine. ^ Students completing NF 28 - Cultural and Ethnic Foods will feel motivated to continue discovering about the foods of other cultures.
Art HistoryAHIS 15Culture and Art of Pompeii^ Students completing a course in Area C: Arts will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to analyze the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, social, economic, etc.) in art and cultures.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 83Current Issues in Child Development^ Students completing CHLD 83 - Current Issues in Child Development will be able to compare and contrast research and current practices in the field of Early Care and Education to analyze appropriate solutions to current issues within the field of Early Care and Education that either positively or negatively impact children and their families. ^ Students completing CHLD 83 - Current Issues in Child Development will be able to demonstrate the ability to research and contact a community agency or organization related to the identified issue and report to the class. ^ Students completing CHLD 83 - Current Issues in Child Development will be able to identify current issues within the field of Early Care and Education that either positively or negatively impact children and their families.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 61Current Issues in Respiratory Care^ MO: Create a prescription for cardiopulmonary rehabilitation activities in an actual patient. ^ MO: Evaluate and summarize research articles on evidence-based guidelines for respiratory therapy practices and procedures. ^ MO: Apply principles of quality improvement ^ MO: Evaluate collected sleep study data and classify the type of sleep abnormality present ^ MO: Review, collate, and interpret data collected from Respiratory Therapy student surveys using quality assurance processes. ^ Students will be able to examine quality improvement processes for determination of standards of performance. ^ Students will be able to utilize evidence-based medicine and respiratory therapy
Electronics & Computer TechnologyTECH 60 (VOC)Customer Relations for the Technician^ Compare and contrast ethical decisions made. ^ Compare and contrast hard skills versus soft skills. ^ Demonstrate proper customer and team interactions. ^ Demonstrate proper responses and appropriate attire in an interview. ^ Describe the benefits of using effective customer contact skills. ^ Evaluate the effectiveness of appropriately used customer contact tools. ^ Identify and use customer contact tools. ^ Know and use effective communication skills. ^ Know and use effective questioning techniques. ^ Students completing TECH 60 will be able to identify qualities employers seek in new hires. ^ Students completing TECH 60 will demonstrate the ability to answer questions in a positive manner in a mock job interview.
DanceDNCE 34Dance Directives^ Dance Directives students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of various forms of pedagogical approaches as they relate to Dance. ^ DNCE 34 (Dance Directives) students will be able to generate a dance lesson plan based on the investigation of a broad range of physical and conceptual abilities.
DanceDNCE 24Dance Production^ DNCE 24 (Dance Production) students will learn the basic elements of concert production. ^ DNCE 24 (Dance Production) students will learn the basic elements of technical production.
DanceDNCE 22Dance Rehearsal^ DNCE 22 (Dance rehearsal) students will learn the basic elements of rehearsal and performance skill. ^ DNCE 22 students will be able to define stage and production terminology.
DanceDN-T 38Dance Teaching Methods^ Students will be able to assemble a comprehensive job portfolio that includes a cover letter, resume and business card template. ^ Students will be able to present a comprehensive portfolio that includes lesson plans, teaching analogies and personal responses that chronicle the process of becoming a successful dance teacher. ^ To develop and write lesson plans in ballet, jazz and modern dance. ^ To experience and develop dance pedagogy applicable in ballet, jazz and modern dance.
Computer ScienceCSCI 220Data Structures I^ Analyze problems and select the appropriate data structure. ^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Demonstrate effective debugging techniques. ^ Design the most efficient data structure for solving a problem. ^ Estimate running time for the algorithm studied in class or new algorithms. ^ Implement the data structure through effective C++/Java code. ^ Students will be able to implement and use linear data structures including lists. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education ^ Utilize effective search, insertion and deletion algorithms. ^ Write and organize documentation for data structures.
Computer ScienceCSCI 230Data Structures II^ Analyze algorithms and select the most efficient one to solve a problem. ^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Estimate running time for sort, search, and graph algorithms. ^ Identify main memory access and disk access costs. ^ Implement hashing algorithms. ^ Implement sorting algorithms. ^ Students will be able to represent graphs and implement well-known graph algorithms. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use self-organizing lists in problem solving. ^ Utilize object-oriented techniques in design of data structures and algorithms.
CISCISD 40Database Design^ Students completing CISD 40 - Database Design will be able to apply normalization rules to database design. ^ Students completing CISD 40 - Database Design will be able to create E-R (Entity Relationship) and UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagrams for a given database scenario.
CISCISD 31LDatabase Managemen - Oracle Laboratory^ Students completing CISD 31L will be able to create queries to retrieve data from multiple tables using Oracle functions, views, and scripts. ^ Students completing CISD 31L will be able to use decision making statements, loops, and cursors in order to create a business application.
CISCISD 31Database Management^ Students completing CISD 31 - Database Management - Oracle Lecture will be able to create queries to retrieve data from multiple tables using Oracle functions, views, and scripts. ^ Students completing CISD 31 - Database Management - Oracle Lecture will be able to use decision making statements, loops, and cursors in order to create a business application. ^ Students completing CISD 31 will be able to understand subqueries. ^ Students completing CISD31 will understand exception handling and know how to take the actions when exceptions are raised.
CISCISD 11Database Management - Microcomputers^ Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create effective queries that answer needed questions. ^ Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create effective reports based on given criteria. ^ Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create useful and professional-looking mainform/subforms using Access ^ Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to use Microsoft Access to create a professional and user-friendly working database with little or no assistance.
CISCISD 11LDatabase Management - MIcrosoft Access Lab^ Students completing CISD 11L - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lab will be able to create tables and set appropriate relationships between them. ^ Students completing CISD11L - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lab will be able to create queries that answer specific questions about the data in the database.
CISCISD 21LDatabase Management - Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory^ Student completing CISD21L - SQL Server Lab will be able to create database triggers to enforce referential integrity. ^ Students completing CISD21L - Microsoft SQL Server Lab will be able to use the aggregation functions to create summary queries for database tables.
Sign LanguageSIGN 201Deaf Perspectives^ Students will be able to differentiate between language, speech, and communication. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the impact of the Deaf child on the family. ^ Successfully compare and contrast the criteria for different pedagogical approaches to educating deaf and hard of hearing people. ^ Successfully identify three causes of deafness that occurs at/before birth (congenital) and three causes of deafness that occurs after birth (adventitious).
CISCISS 27Defending Computer Systems^ Students completing CISS 27 - Defending Computer Systems will be able to install a virtual server and configure the system to have all services running. ^ Students completing CISS 27 - Defending Computer Systems will be able to write a report and prepare a presentation that analyzes a network intrusion, breach, or attack.
3D AnimationANIM 148Demo-Reel^ Apply principles of composition and animation in objective and subjective analysis of work appropriate for demo reel. ^ Create demo-reel of appropriate art work, cover letter and resume that will assist in entering animation field or baccalaureate institution. ^ Discuss, analyze and evaluate work with appropriate terminology for content, technique and style. ^ Evaluate how animation and images work together in a demo reel as a strategic tool for entering animation fields. ^ Identify and solve demo reel problems by applying animation concepts and techniques. ^ Identify area of focus within animation fields based on interest, skill and strength. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to identify an area of focus within the 3D animation field. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will create a demo-reel of appropriate artwork based on the research produced in the class.
ArchitectureARCH 141 (VOC)Design Drawing and Communication^ Students will be able to perform the various drawing standards and conventions used in architecture. ^ Students will execute orthographic and 3D drawing projections ^ Students will use basic architectural nomenclature related to the design of structures.
Interior DesignID 22Design Drawing for Interior Design^ 1. Define and use basic architectural nomenclature related to the design of interiors. 2. Perform various drawing standards and conventions used in interior design. 3. Read and create construction documentation sets. 4. Develop portfolio pieces that represents basic drawing skills and architectural conventions. 5. Use construction standards and principles when designing interiors. ^ Students will successfully assemble a construction document set accurately based industry standards. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through implementing the proper drafting techniques. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to apply drafting nomenclature.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 110Design Foundation - Visual Literacy^ Students will be able to analyze existing products through rendering. ^ Students will be able to sketch an existing product with material textures included. ^ Students will be able to use rapid visualization techniques to sketch multiple variations of proscribed designs within defined parameters.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 150Design Foundations^ Students will be able to analyze designs and manufacturing parameters for existing products. ^ Students will be able to develop concept sketches and presentations. ^ Students will be able to explain design criteria for existing products.
ArchitectureARCH 101Design I - Elements of Design^ Students will apply subractive process as a design methodology ^ Students will be able to apply graphic principles/standards and conventions used in 2D/3D architectural design. ^ Students will be able to use design tools and equipment of the profession. ^ Students will complete three-dimensional drawings and physical models. ^ Upon completion of this course, 70% of students will pass a test with a grade of C or better. ^ Visit and synthesize actual site, program and concept to produce small buildings for a specific location.
ArchitectureARCH 102Design II - Architectural Design^ Students will be able to apply the design process to create small building design(s). ^ Students will develop a repetitive tensile structure that achieves a static stability, using light thread and small wood sticks.
ArchitectureARCH 201Design III - Environmental Design^ Students will be able to apply the environmental design process and procedure beyond the scope of a single building. ^ Students will develop a response to a site analysis
ArchitectureARCH 202Design IV - Advanced Project^ Students will be able to synthesize preliminary design alternatives into one well-presented final architectural design solution ^ Students will demonstrate architectural design research techniques ^ Students will present and evaluate the pros and cons of particular architectural design alternative solution.
Fine ArtsARTD 21Design: Color and Composition^ Apply the formal elements, principles of design, and forms of compositional structure in evaluative oral and written discussions, analysis, critiques and studio problems. ^ Demonstrate ability to match colors. ^ Demonstrate the use of color in space informed by light logic. ^ Make use of critical thinking (reading, writing, listening, speaking, observing and assessing) skills elemental to the problem solving of design and the visual arts. ^ Students will apply visual arts concepts in oral and written communication. ^ Students will be able to identify 4 color harmonies. ^ Students will be able to use a monochromatic color harmony in an original design. ^ Students will be able to use analogous color harmony in an original design. ^ Synthesis visual content, communicative, psychological, and emotional aspects of color harmonies in design projects. ^ Synthesize basic color harmonies in pigment and demonstrate their relationship to RGB and CMYK pallets. ^ Use and recognize historic and modern forms of perspective. ^ Use art terminology in evaluative oral and written discussions, analysis, critiques and studio problems. ^ Use creative and analytic techniques and strategies in planning and executing original artworks.
Fine ArtsARTS 22Design: Three Dimensional^ Apply molding principles by creating multi-piece molds and cold cast reproductions of three-dimensional objects. ^ Define problems, organize information, analyze results, generate creative ideas, and synthesize complex visual, structural and practical considerations to create original solutions to three-dimensional design problems. ^ Design and produce projects using a variety of materials. ^ Identify, analyze, and evaluate interrelationships between formal elements, principles of design, materials, technique, function, and cost. ^ Recognize, define, and apply three-dimensional design terminology in evaluative oral and written discussions, analysis and critiques. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will accurately identify safety rules for required stationary power tools. ^ Students will safely and successfully use a variety of required stationary power tools: Band saw, sanders, lathe. ^ Use a variety of hand tools and equipment to manipulate media.
Fine ArtsARTD 20Design: Two Dimensional^ Differentiate preferential, factual, and judicious thinking elemental to solving problems in design and visual arts. ^ Identify, evaluate, discuss, and use the formal elements and principles of design and forms of compositional structure. ^ Make use of critical thinking (reading, writing, listening, speaking, observing and assessing) skills elemental to the problem solving of design and the visual arts. ^ Perceive and demonstrate the relationship of color complements by mixing, analyzing and appraising complementary tones (chromatic grays). ^ Perceive and demonstrate the relationship of color to value by mixing, analyzing, and appraising monochromatic tints and shades relative to the achromatic value scale. ^ Perceive and demonstrate the relationship of hues to the conceptual pigment color wheel by mixing, analyzing, appraising, and identifying color correct swatches for ^ Perceive and interpret the 3-D world through contour line drawings. ^ Recognize, analyze and interpret the expressive and creative qualities of art media in a work of art as it affects elementary compositional decisions. ^ Recognize, define and appropriately apply 2-D terminology to evaluate works of art in oral or written discussions, analysis or critiques. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will accurately identify three different spatial devices ^ Students will be able to identify the three basic types of balance/symmetries. ^ Two-dimensional design students will be able to list all of the elements and principles of design by the 8th week of the semester. ^ Two-Dimensional Design students will be able to list all of the elements and principles of design by the eighth week of the semester. ^ Use historic and current forms of abstraction in the visual arts. ^ Use the formal elements, principles of design, and principles of gestalt to create well-designed studio projects in achromatic value and color. ^ Use value to describe form and express light logic.
LAC - InstructionalREAD 80Developing Reading Comprehension^ 1. Students will be able to explain their own schema for approaching expository text. ^ 2. Students will be able to use structural organization to explain expository text. ^ 3. Students will be able to use strategies appropriate to expository text. ^ 4. Students will be able to recognize connections among ideas in an expository text. ^ 5. Students will be able to question expository text at a variety of comprehension levels. ^ 6. Students will be able to demonstrate awareness of demands for reading expository text. ^ 60% of students completing READ 80 will be able to explain their vocabulary strategy use for a given narrative and a given expository excerpt as measured by a rubric constructed by reading faculty as a “meets standard” level in all areas measured. ^ 70% of students will demonstrate the effectiveness of their chosen vocabulary strategy by accurately using their word in context. ^ Faculty will examine and determine consistent and effective approaches to teaching Word Concept Mapping to READ 80 students. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students.
PsychologyPSYC 14Developmental Psychology^ Analyze the attachment process and its impact on psychological development throughout the lifespan. ^ Analyze the developmental changes that take place during the prenatal, infancy, early and middle childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood stages, and later adulthood, and death. ^ Analyze the stages of bereavement and death with an understanding of cultural differences. ^ Apply major theories in developmental psychology. (changed from identify to apply - 7/3/13) ^ Compare the major development theorists including Erikson, Piaget, Vygotsky, Ainsworth, Lorenz, Levinson, Watson, Skinner, Kohlberg, Gilligan, White and Freud. ^ Evaluate scientific research methods (longitudinal, cross-sectional, sequential, twin method) used in developmental psychology. ^ Evaluate the historical and current traditional approaches to the study of developmental psychology. ^ Evaluate the implication of cultural processes on the psychological development of the individual. ^ Evaluate the Nature versus Nurture Controversy as it applies to developmental psychology. ^ Evaluate the relative contributions of nature and nurture to human development. ^ Students will analyze the relationship between social institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 55 (VOC)Diesel Engine Repair^ Disassembly, evaluation and reassembly of multi-cylinder liquid-cooled diesel engines ^ Students completing this course will learn to measure engine components using various measurement tools (micrometers, calipers, bore gauges, telescoping gauges, etc.)
PhotographyPHOT 5Digital Cameras and Composition^ Analyze images for quality, composition, lighting and artistic expression. ^ Compare and contrast photographic imagery for good composition. ^ Create images using the guidelines photographic compositions. ^ Produce images using creative camera controls. ^ Produce quality digital images using software tools. ^ Students will know guidelines for photographic composition: simplicity, lines, balance, rule of thirds, framing, avoid mergers ^ Students will learn basic digital image editing ^ Use available lighting for image quality and effects. ^ Use basic camera operations for quality imagery.
PhotographyPHOT 25Digital Capture Workflow^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, and what they do (such as shallow depth of field and great depth of field). ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, what they do, (such as stop action and create blur).
PhotographyPHOT 19Digital Color Management^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students completing this course ill know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are i.e. 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, and what they to i.e. control Depth of Field and exposure. ^ Students completing this course will know the core skills of shutter control, what the shutter speeds are i.2. 1000, 500, 250 125, 60 30, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1. and what they do i.e. control motion ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply camera settings and white balance to reproduce accurate color ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply color correction methods for accurate color. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply color management and workflow methods for accurate color in a variety of output. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply color response measurement and calibration devices. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply metadata and backup practices. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to apply raw capture and software to manage color. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to classify color profiles and rendering intents. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to describe color space conversion methods. ^ Students that complete PHOT 19 will be able to describe color theory.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 56 (VOC)Digital Electronics^ Analyze combinational logic circuits and waveforms. ^ Analyze sequential logic circuits and wave forms. ^ Demonstrate reduction techniques of combinational logic. ^ Evaluate logic circuit parameters from truth tables. ^ Measure logic circuit input and output signals using a variety of testing techniques. ^ Recognize logic symbols and logic interpretation. ^ Troubleshoot logic circuits and find faults. ^ Using a state machine design, students will construct a synchronus counter that counts a random number sequence and then repeats. ^ Using the design algorithm, students will design and build a combinational logic control circuit.
PhotographyPHOT 9Digital Image Editing for Photographers ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 9 will be able to create digital photo composites. ^ Students that complete PHOT 9 will be able to edit and produce optimum quality final prints. ^ Students that complete PHOT 9 will be able to produce images using non-destructive digital editing techniques ^ Students that complete PHOT 9 will be able to produce optimum quality digital images using a variety of software tools. ^ Students that complete PHOT 9 will be able to scan grayscale and color photographs.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 32Digital Imaging in Radiology^ Relate the exposure indicator values to technical factors and patient exposure.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 100Digital Paint and Ink^ Create drawings and paintings using custom brush libraries. ^ Demonstrate the use of digital drawing tools for both bitmap and vector software. ^ Export digital content for use in other software programs. ^ Synthesize painting and drawing techniques to create stylized artwork. ^ Use Bezier paths to digitally ink vector graphic drawings.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPDIDigital Photography for the Beginner^ Students in digital photograhpy for the beginner will complete a class project that displays students ability of proper usage of camera settings. ^ Students in Digital Photograhpy for the beginner will display proper camera setting terminology through completion of a class project.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 53Dining Room Service Management^ Differentiate between the various styles of service including: American (Pre-plated), English (Family), Russian (Platter), French (Gueridon). ^ Identify food safety and sanitation practices within a food service establishment.
Computer ScienceCSCI 190Discrete Mathematics Applied to Computer Science^ Classify problems according to mathematical aspect that is relevant to it ^ Compose proofs using truth tables or predicate calculus ^ Define problems in mathematical terms using the language of sets, logic, arithmetic, combinatorics ^ Demonstrate elementary counting techniques ^ Develop algorithms using recursion ^ Solve problems using mathematical induction ^ Use Prim’s algorithm to find a spanning tree of minimum weight. Caution: there may be more rows in the table than the number of edges required to construct a spanning tree. The vertices are labeled A, B, C, D, …H, and the numbers on the edges are the weights. ^ Utilize discrete probability for practical problems. ^ Utilize modular arithmetic and integer arithmetic in problem solving with computers ^ Utilize the appropriate mathematical tool in algorithm design ^ Utilize the language of graphs in problem solving and algorithm design ^ x^ 5 <- -> 2(mod13)
Fine ArtsANIM 101ADrawing - Gesture and Figure^ MO 1. Create drawings that capture gesture. ^ MO 2. Create drawings that use human proportions. ^ MO 3. Develop quick study drawing skills. ^ MO 4. Create drawings that incorporate drapery and costume. ^ MO 5. Execute drawings demonstrating communicative potential of the human figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction.
Education for Older AdultsOAD FNA32Drawing ? Beginning Through Advanced^ The students in Drawing-Beginning through Advanced classes will demonstrate proper anatomical proportions through a personal class project. ^ The students in Drawing-Beginning through Advanced classes will demonstrate shadow casting through a personal class project.
Fine ArtsANIM 104Drawing Fundamentals^ Perceive, comprehend, interpret, and invent imagery ^ Students will develop an understanding of basic drawing terminology that coordinates with the ANIM 104 curriculum. ^ Analyze drawings in oral or written critique using design and composition concepts ^ Apply visual concepts of format, negative and positive shapes, form, shadow, light, value and basic linear perspective in drawings. ^ Create original drawings using design and composition concepts. ^ Create sketches and finished drawings which demonstrate the capacity to perceive, comprehend and interpret the three-dimensional world using various media and techniques. ^ Discuss, analyze, and evaluate personal, contemporary and historical art works and their place in visual and commercial arts using art terminology for content, technique, and style in both written and oral critiques. ^ Draw in a variety of technique. ^ Observe and analyze individual form as seen volumetrically in space and structure that form as part of the whole pictorial composition. ^ Sketch or draw complex objects gesturally as basic or modified basic shapes and form to solve complex composition problems ^ Students will be able to create illusions of three-dimensional forms using the rules of light logic. ^ Synthesize the formal art elements and principles with the observed world in varying compositional formats. ^ Utilize original and creative thinking in projects and writings such as the keeping of a visual and/or written journal.
Fine ArtsARTD 23BDrawing: Advanced Heads and Hands^ Students will be able to assess and communicate proportions of the head. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction.
Fine ArtsARTD 15ADrawing: Beginning^ Students will develop an understanding of basic drawing terminology that coordinates with the ARTSD 15A curriculum. ^ Create original drawings, which demonstrate the capacity to perceive, comprehend, and interpret the three-dimensional visual world using dry media in a variety of techniques, which include stipple, line, and hatching. ^ Discuss, analyze, and evaluate personal works of art and that of contemporary and historical artists by using appropriate art-specific terminology for content, technique, and style in both written and oral critiques. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to create illusions of three-dimensional forms using the rules of light logic. ^ Students will be able to identify zones of light as explained by light logic using appropriate vocabulary. ^ Students will demonstrate their understanding of fundamental illusions of three dimensional forms on a two dimensional plane by locating the eye level and vanishing points in examples of perspective boxes. ^ Synthesize the formal art elements and principles with the observed world in varying compositional formats. ^ Utilize original and creative thinking in projects and writings. ^ Utilize quick study drawing skills through visual notes and personal studies as a basis for planning larger extended works of art. ^ Utilize quick study techniques to develop extended drawings. ^ Utilize the principles of composition in objective and subjective analysis of historical and contemporary works of visual art.
Fine ArtsARTD 15BDrawing: Beginning^ Students will develop an understanding of basic drawing terminology that coordinates with the ARTSD 15B curriculum. ^ Students will be able to create illusions of three-dimensional forms using the rules of light logic. ^ Students will be able to identify similarities and differences in colors using proper terminology.
Fine ArtsARTD 23CDrawing: Expressive Heads and Hands^ Students will be able to use expressive line and wash techniques to create a subjective expressive portrait, using materials to convey concept. ^ Students will be able to use line and wash techniques to create an objective portrait with accurate proportion and form.
Fine ArtsARTD 23ADrawing: Head and Hands^ Students will be able to assess and communicate accurate proportions of the head. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction.
Fine ArtsARTD 17ADrawing: Life^ Create drawings of the human body using drawing principles and techniques. ^ Create the illusion of three-dimensional form using various media and techniques based on formal art principles. ^ Develop and use original and creative thinking in drawing the human body. ^ Evaluate and discuss historical and contemporary art/artists through written and oral critiques using appropriate art-specific terminology. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate accurate proportion of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction. ^ Work from a general visual shorthand to more specific studies that result in finished art.
Fine ArtsARTD 17BDrawing: Life^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate accurate proportion of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction.
Fine ArtsARTD 16Drawing: Perspective^ Create original drawings that interpret organic forms using perspective principles and techniques. ^ Create original drawings that interpret three-dimensional objects and space using perspective principles and techniques. ^ Create original drawings using rendering techniques including lighting, shade and shadow, and texture. ^ Identify and discuss perspective techniques and drawing terminology in evaluative oral and written discussions, analysis and critiques. ^ MO 5. Analyze objectively and subjectively historical and contemporary works of visual art for their use of linear and atmospheric perspectives to organize subject, form and compositional elements of drawing and painting. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to create drawings using techniques that demonstrate a clear understanding of atmospheric perspective. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to draw 3 dimensional objects in space based on plan and elevation information. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the use of depth measuring systems. ^ Use perspective in a variety of quick freehand sketches/drawings for visual notes, extended personal studies, and as a basis for planning larger extended works of art.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 14Dress, Culture and Identity^ After completing FASH 14 students will be able to analyze the role of clothing appearance in development of the self concept. ^ After completing this course students will be able to analyze clothing expression as a result of influences from economic, political and religious institutions in historical perspective.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 6Dual Diagnosis^ Students successfully completing AD 6 will be able to describe the relationship between psychiatric disorders and substance abuse. ^ Students successfully completing AD 6 will be able to identify and assess the major psychiatric disorders that co-occur with substance use disorders. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to describe the social and political issues effecting the treatment of co-occurring substance use and mental disorders. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of evidence-based treatment approaches for clients with co-occurring disorders. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify and understand the use of psychiatric medications for treatment of mental illness and addiction. (MO)
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 163Dynamic Sketching^ Students will be able to apply 3-dimensional and freehand perspective techniques to sketching. ^ Students will demonstrate compositional integrity in the application of sketching concepts and techniques. ^ Students will demonstrate synthesis in the use of line, shape, volume, light, and texture in quick-sketch. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to apply light logic and tone to form and texture in sketches. ^ Students will present a sketchbook portfolio representing a breadth of sketching techniques and represented by a minimum of 65 completed pages.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 41Dynamics^ Dynamics students will be able to solve a differential problem ^ Dynamics students will be able to solve a relative motion problem ^ Students will be able to apply dynamics to mechanical vibrations of structures. ^ Students will be able to apply energy and impulse-momentum principles. ^ Students will be able to apply kinematics principles to particles and rigid bodies to obtain position, velocity and acceleration. ^ Students will be able to calculate mass moment of inertia of rigid bodies. ^ Students will be able to evaluate forces in connected particles and rigid bodies. ^ Students will be able to obtain the location of instantaneous center of rotation of rigid bodies. ^ Students will be able to use Newton's Second Law for particles and rigid bodies.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 1Early American Literature^ Students completing an assignment is Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will analyze major themes and concerns in American literature before 1900. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 91Early Childhood Development Field Work^ Students completing CHLD 91 - Early Childhood Development Field Work will be able to design, implement, and execute curriculum activities that are based on observation and assessment ^ Students completing CHLD 91 - Early Childhood Development Field Work will be able to integrate understandings of children's development and needs to develop challenging learning environments for all children in a community school site. ^ Students completing CHLD 91 - Early Childhood Development Field Work will be able to integrate understandings of children's development and needs, to develop and maintain healthy and safe environments for all children in a community school site. ^ Students completing CHLD 91 - Early Childhood Development Field Work will be proficient in their practice in their field of study.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 69Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar^ Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to outline strategies for personal marketability and continuing professional development. ^ Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to apply a variety of effective approaches, strategies and techniques supporting positive relationships with children and adults. ^ Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to assess quality indicators in early childhood development programs utilizing appropriate tools. ^ Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to critically assess one's own teaching experiences to guide and inform practice. ^ Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to develop strategies to inform and involve families in their children's learning and development.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 66Early Childhood Development Observation^ Students completing CHLD 66 - Early Childhood Development Observation will be able to assess the value of partnership with families and other professionals in utilizing interpretations of observational data to inform teaching responses and strategies. ^ Students completing CHLD 66 - Early Childhood Development Observation will be able to critically compare the purpose, value and use of formal and informal observation and assessment strategies and ethical implications within cultural and social contexts in early childhood settings. ^ Students completing CHLD 66 - Early Childhood Development Observation will be able to demonstrate knowledge and application of the Desired Results Developmental Profile, California Child Development Permit Matrix, and California Preschool Learning Foundations. ^ Students completing CHLD 66 - Early Childhood Development Observation will be able to demonstrate systematic observation methods to provide data to assess the impact of environment, interactions and curriculum on all domains of children's learning and development. ^ Students completing CHLD 66 - Early Childhood Development Observation will be able to embed activities related to assessment within play-based environments, developmentally appropriate curriculum and care routines for typical and atypically developing children.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 66LEarly Childhood Development Observation Laboratory^ Students completing CHLD 66L - Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory will be able to assess a child's development using detailed observations and synthesize a comprehensive child study report. ^ Students completing CHLD 66L - Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory will be able to demonstrate developmentally appropriate curriculum plans for small groups of children utilizing information assessed through observations. ^ Students completing CHLD 66L - Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory will be able to determine at least three developmental needs of a child by analyzing specific records of observations and assessment tools to design a means of promoting the child's growth and development while demonstrating social and cultural sensitivity. ^ Students completing CHLD 66L - Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory will be able to identify, through observations of young children, behavior showing relationships with the social environment and write objective records to assess developmental domains. ^ Students completing CHLD 66L - Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory will be able to synthesize and produce a summary of child's behavior and growth trends by analyzing specific records of observations and assessment tools.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 67Early Childhood Development Participation^ Students completing CHLD 67 - Early Childhood Development Participation will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of early childhood curriculum and classroom practices. ^ Students completing in CHLD 67 - Early Childhood Development Participation will be able to create a supportive learning environments for children, by addressing their needs and interests.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 67LEarly Childhood Development Participation Laboratory^ Students completing in CHLD 67L - Early Childhood Development Participation Laboratory will be able to critically assess one's own teaching experiences to guide and inform practice. ^ Students completing in CHLD 67L - Early Childhood Development Participation Laboratory will be able to design, implement and evaluate curriculum activities that are based on observation and assessment of young children. ^ Students completing in CHLD 67L - Early Childhood Development Participation Laboratory will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum, classroom set up, teaching practices, an how teachers involve families in their childrens development and learning in order to improve practicum students teaching practices. ^ Students completing in CHLD 67L - Early Childhood Development Participation Laboratory will be able to integrate understandings of children's development and needs to develop curriculum that is respectful, supportive and challenging for children.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 51Early Literacy in Child Development^ Students completing CHLD 51 - Early Literacy in Child Development know the place of literacy in our society, primarily its pivotal role in progressing through the education system, and the subsequent rewards of a postsecondary degree. ^ Students completing CHLD 51 - Early Literacy in Child Development know the regions of the brain related to language use, their typical development and ways to promote it ^ Students completing CHLD 51 - Early Literacy in Child Development will be able to identify the various mechanisms of dual language learning as they apply in and out of the school setting ^ Students completing CHLD 51 - Early Literacy in Child Development will know the principles and theories related to learning to read ^ Students completing CHLD 51 - Early Literacy in Child Development will know the various mechanisms involved in acquiring language, including pertinent theories of same
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 8Earth Science^ Analyze atmospheric circulation patterns, their influence on ocean circulation (surface currents, waves, upwellings, etc.), and the physical and chemical factors affecting local and regional weather and climate. ^ Ocean Circulation ^ Plate tectonics ^ Students will be able to analyze global plate tectonics and its influence on the formation and occurrence of minerals, rocks, earthquakes and volcanoes, continents and oceans, and their physical features. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific terminology and methodology to analyze the natural processes affecting the Earth. ^ Students will be able to assess atmospheric circulation patterns, their influence on ocean circulation (surface currents, waves, upwellings, etc.), and the physical and chemical factors affecting local and regional weather and climate. ^ Students will be able to describe and classify essential minerals and rocks that compose the Earth's crust. ^ Students will be able to describe the geologic, meteorologic, oceanographic, and astronomic processes that affect the Earth today. ^ Students will be able to describe the origin and composition of Earth's atmosphere and how physical and chemical differences between air masses create clouds, precipitation, lightning and thunder, Ihurricanes, and tornadoes. ^ Students will be able to describe the origin and nature of the solar system (planets, moons, asteroids, meteoroids, comets) and other astronomic features (stars, galaxies) beyond Earth's solar system. ^ Students will be able to synthesize inter-relationships between geologic, meteorologic, oceanographic and astronomic processes. ^ Types of rocks - Formation (Geol8)
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 8HEarth Science - Honors^ Analyze atmospheric circulation patterns, their influence on ocean circulation (surface currents, waves, upwellings, etc.), and the physical and chemical factors affecting local and regional weather and climate. ^ Students will be able to analyze global plate tectonics and its influence on the formation and occurrence of minerals, rocks, earthquakes and volcanoes, continents and oceans, and their physical features. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific terminology and methodology to analyze the natural processes affecting the Earth. ^ Students will be able to describe and classify essential minerals and rocks that compose the Earth's crust. ^ Students will be able to describe the geologic, meteorologic, oceanographic, and astronomic processes that affect the Earth today. ^ Students will be able to describe the origin and composition of Earth's atmosphere and how physical and chemical differences between air masses create clouds, precipitation, lightning and thunder, Ihurricanes, and tornadoes. ^ Students will be able to describe the origin and nature of the solar system (planets, moons, asteroids, meteoroids, comets) and other astronomic features (stars, galaxies) beyond Earth's solar system. ^ Students will be able to evaluate contemporary scientific issues and relate these to Earth's physical environment and processes. ^ Students will be able to synthesize inter-relationships between geologic, meteorologic, oceanographic and astronomic processes.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 8LEarth Science Laboratory^ (1) SLO: The student will be able to correctly identify the mineral quartz. (2) SLO: The student will be able to determine distance using a topographic map. (3) SLO: The student will be able to calculate the velocity of a wave. (4) SLO: The student will be able to apply principles of relative dating to a hypothetical rock outcrop. A dike intrudes a sandstone. Which of the units is younger? (5) SLO: The student will be able to list the planets in the Solar System. ^ Students will be able to apply simple mathematical formulas in describing the velocity of seismic waves, locating an earthquake epicenter, calculating rates of motion of tectonic plates, and determining physical characteristics of ocean waves. ^ Students will be able to apply the scientific method in analyzing Earth's processes. ^ Students will be able to classify and identify essential minerals and rocks that compose the Earth's crust. ^ Students will be able to describe the steps and results of a scientific investigation. ^ Students will be able to interpret information portrayed on graphs, tables, and maps. ^ Students will be able to interpret spatial data in the Earth Sciences. ^ Students will be able to utilize appropriate methods and tools for data collection in the Earth Sciences.
BiologyBIOL 3Ecology and Field Biology^ Students will be able to apply scientific theories and concerns (e.g. human population growth). ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast environmental topics such as ozone depletion vs. global warming, various animal mating systems, various foraging strategies, etc. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to show the relevance of biology on their daily lives. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate various field techniques such as insect collection/ mounting, plant pressing, vegetation line transects, etc. ^ Students will be able to diagram biogeochemical cycles and their relationship to environmental problems such as acid rain and global warming. ^ Students will be able to examine current ecological applications (i.e. sharing of neighborhoods by people and predatory species, effectiveness of the endangered species act, fragmentation of wildlife habitat, etc.). ^ Students will be able to explain the concept of natural selection through ecological examples of comparative adaptations. ^ Students will be able to identify various local habitat types and their associated organisms, including amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and plants. ^ Students will be able to integrate principles of ecology to explain relationships within the biosphere and man's impact on the planet. ^ Students will be able to use dichotomous keys in identification of plant and animal species.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 22Editing for Film and Television^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Edit a music video using fluid space and time techniques. ^ Edit a narrative-form video using continuity editing techniques and cinematic storytelling principles. ^ Export a Deliverable using Codec software appropriate to the target device. ^ Operate professional-standard nonlinear editing computer hardware and software. ^ Synchronize and edit footage from multiple cameras shooting at the same time.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 105Editor Training^ Students will edit for AP style, English, and journalistic writing. ^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 44Electrical Engineering^ Students will analyze and demonstrate understanding of the electrical behavior of second order DC circuits. ^ Students will be able to analyze and construct a basic non-inverting amplifier. ^ Students will be able to analyze simple circuits. ^ Students will be able to apply operational amplifiers to create analog models of mathematical operations. ^ Students will be able to apply the theories of engineering physics to electrical devices. ^ Students will be able to evaluate applications of electrical circuits and devices. ^ Students will be able to explain the purposes of electrical devices. ^ Students will be able to utilize modeling techniques for system analyses. ^ Students will create a Bode plot representation for the transfer function of a frequency dependent filter circuit.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 25Electrical Fundamentals for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration^ AIRC 25 Course completers will understand the electrical sequence of operation for a five ton air conditioning system. ^ Course completers will successfully use electrical meters commonly used in the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration industry.
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 50Electrical Fundamentals for Cable Installations^ In a laboratory setting, students will demonstrate the ability to use multimeters and oscilloscope to analyze a circuit provided by the instructor. ^ Students completing the eighth week of EST50 will demonstrate the ability to interpret the general-purpose and precision resistor color codes.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 61 (VOC)Electronic Assembly and Fabrication^ Define or explain various terms used in assembly and manufacturing processes. ^ Demonstrate the proper manufacturing techniques of soldering and de-soldering. ^ Design a printed circuit board using computer-aided drafting (CAD). ^ Differentiate between types of assembly techniques and justify the merits of one versus the other. ^ Recognize acceptable assembly connections from unacceptable ones. ^ Students completing ELEC 61 will demonstrate the ability to capture a schematic and render a printed circuit board phototool from an instructor-supplied list of compoent requirements. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to assemble an electronic circuit board to approved industry standards (IPC7711/7721) ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to solder a through-hole electronic circuit board to approved industry standards (IPC7711/7721)
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 51 (VOC)Electronic Devices Theory^ Analyze switching circuits and timers. ^ Analyze troubleshooting techniques of various semiconductor devices and circuits. ^ Analyze various op-amp design parameters. ^ Compare and contrast various oscillator types. ^ Explain operating parameters of various semiconductor devices and circuits. ^ Explain system application of various semiconductor devices and circuits. ^ Measure electrical quantities. ^ Students completing ELEC 51 will be able to determine expected gain and bandwidth of an operational amplifier. ^ Students completing ELEC 51 will be able to determine voltage gain and bandwidth characteristics of a common-emitter transistor amplifier.
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 62Electronic Troubleshooting I^ EST 62 students will demonstrate the ability to adjust (align) a video display in accordance with manufacturer specifications. ^ Students completing EST 62 will be able to troubleshoot an audio product or television receiver to component level. ^ Students will be able to use test equipment to measure a waveform. ^ Students will exhibit the ability to read and identify components in a schematic wiring diagram.
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 64Electronic Troubleshooting II^ Students completing EST 64 will be able to demonstrate proper techniques for replacement of circuit boards in digital video displays ^ Students completing EST 64 will be able to troubleshoot a faulty circuit in a video system to component level. ^ Students will be able to perform research to match comparable electronic components to replace faulty components. ^ Students will be able to use schematics and test equipment to troubleshoot a basic electronic appliance or device.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 50A (VOC)Electronics Theory^ Analyze from problems various DC unknown quantities. ^ Analyze from schematics various DC unknown quantities. ^ As a consequence of significant program modification in which electronics math concepts will be covered in the ELEC 50A theory course, students in ELEC 50A will be able to numerically analyze a series-parallel circuit. ^ Calculate unknown electrical quantities in DC circuits. ^ Define common terms and recognize symbols used in DC electronic circuits. ^ Demonstrate proper use of test equipment ^ Explain circuit operation of various DC circuitry. ^ Measure and record electrical quantities. ^ Predict unknown electronic quantities before solving electronic formulas. ^ Students completing ELEC 50A will be able to make accurate readings of voltage, current, and resistance using analog and digital multimeters. ^ Troubleshoot various defects in DC circuitry.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 50B (VOC)Electronics Theory^ Analyze operation of AC circuits. (MO) ^ Calculate unknown electrical quantities in AC circuits. (MO) ^ Compare and contrast characteristics of series versus parallel AC circuits. (MO) ^ Define common terms and recognize symbols used in AC electronics. (MO) ^ Demonstrate the proper use of test equipment (oscilloscope, function generator, frequency counter) when measuring electrical quantities in a lab exercise. (MO) ^ Evaluate the characteristics of frequency selective circuits. (MO) ^ Measure and record AC electrical quantities. (MO) ^ Students completing ELEC 50B will be able to employ polar and/or rectangular notation to determine the magnitude and phase shift of an unknown circuit parameter (voltage, current, impedance, and/or power). ^ Students will be able to accurately measure amplitude and time parameters of a periodic waveform displayed on the oscilloscope screen.
MathMath 51Elementary Algebra^ Communicate effectively in mathematical language. ^ Develop problem-solving techniques by solving a wide variety of applications. ^ Graph solutions of linear equations in the Cartesian Coordinate System. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations with polynomials including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and factoring. ^ Simplify algebraic expressions including linear, quadratic, rational, and radical. ^ Solve and graph solutions of linear inequalities in one and two variables. ^ Solve linear equations and inequalities, rational equations, and equations involving radicals. ^ Solve quadratic equations using the methods of factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula. ^ Solve systems of linear equations. ^ Students will be able to factor a wide variety of polynomials. ^ Students will be able to solve a wide variety of equations without being given the type of equation. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Write equations of lines given specific information about the line.
MathMath 51AElementary Algebra - First Half^ Communicate effectively in mathematical language. ^ Develop problem solving skills. ^ Math 51 students will be able to solve a linear equation. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations with polynomials, including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and factoring. ^ Simplify algebraic expressions, including linear and rational. ^ Solve linear equations and inequalities. ^ Solve rational equations. ^ Students will be able to factor a wide variety of polynomials. ^ Students will be able to solve a wide variety of equations without being given the type of equation. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
MathMath 51BElementary Algebra - Second Half^ Communicate effectively in mathematical language. ^ Develop problem solving techniques by solving a wide variety of applications. ^ Graph solutions of linear equations in the Cartesian Coordinate System. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations with polynomials including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and factoring. ^ Simplify algebraic expressions including linear, quadratic, rational, and radical. ^ Solve and graph solutions of linear inequalities in one and two variables. ^ Solve linear equations and inequalities, rational equations, and equations involving radicals. ^ Solve quadratic equations using methods of factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula. ^ Solve systems of linear equations. ^ Students will be able to solve a wide variety of equations without being told what type of equation they are solving. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Write the equation of a line given specific information about the line.
Foreign LanguageARAB 1Elementary Arabic^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of simple sentences related to everyday topics, based on the vocabulary and sentence structures they have learned. ^ Students will demonstrate familiarity with all letters of the alphabet in all their forms and the ability to write them correctly. ^ Students will demonstrate recognition and comprehension of Arabic vocabulary words learned during the semester. ^ Students will show understanding of basic facts about Arab culture as taught in a elementary level class. ^ The student will be able to: Communicate minimally using memorized expressions or a recombination of these where conversation is restricted to predictable topics like personal information, basic objects, immediate needs, preferences and a limited number of activities
Foreign LanguageCHIN 1Elementary Chinese^ Students will be able to recall the different aspects of Verbs . ^ Students will be able to recognize Chinese characters, words and comprehend the reading materials through the application of grammatical patterns they acquired ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the Chinese culture as taught in a beginning level class. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ The students will be able to comprehend the target language.
MusicMUS 23AElementary Class Guitar^ Composition of sight reading ^ Ensemble and chords E, A, and D ^ Music fundamentals, practice notes on the first and second strings ^ New strumming patterns ^ Note reading chords G, G7, F, and C ^ Notes on the fifth string, key signatures ^ Notes on the fourth string ^ Notes on the sixth string ^ Notes on the third string, ensemble practice ^ Notes, rhythms, and clefs ^ Proper posture, hand positions, and strumming technique ^ Scales, chords, strumming patterns, songs in groups ^ Sight reading on all six strings ^ Sight reading on the first four strings, work on duets ^ Students who complete MUS 23A will be able to demonstrate their ability to tune the guitar with or without the help of a tuner. ^ Students who complete MUS 23A will demonstrate their ability to play two assigned pieces of music from their textbook used in the course using appropriate technique. ^ Ties, rests, eighth and dotted notes
MusicMUS 17AElementary Class Piano^ Students who complete MUS17A will be able to demonstrate ability to play C, G, D, A, and E major scales with hands together. ^ Students who successfully complete MUS17A will be able to demonstrate ability to play two assigned pieces of music from the textbook used in the course.
MusicMUS 20AElementary Class Voice^ Define musical terms and follow them in the music. ^ Describe the background of songs. ^ Perform songs from memory. ^ Student can describe the elements of breath support that are required for healthy singing. ^ Students who complete MUS 20A be able to demonstrate their ability to perform one (1) song from memory as assigned from the class curriculum. ^ Students who complete MUS 20A will be able to explain and demonstrate diaphragmatic breathing. ^ Use breathing (breath control), posture, resonance, flexibility, and enunciation. ^ Use effective practice habits.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 1Elementary French^ French 1 students will be able to differentiate between oral statements about the past, the present, and the future tense. ^ French 1 students will be able to recognize statements about the past, the present and the future. ^ Students will answer 50 multiple choice questions about the vocabulary learned during the semester. ^ Students will answer orally questions presented in a certain context. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about the French Culture. ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the cultures of several francophone countries as taught in a beginning level class. ^ Students will be acquainted with basic structural concepts and rules. ^ Using learned phrases students will be able to write simple texts about their immediate concrete environment. ^ Using learned phrases, students will be able to respond to questions about their present or future immediate concrete environment.
Foreign LanguageGERM 1Elementary German^ Students will demonstrate basic written communication of simple sentences and utilize German vocabulary related to everyday topics, based on the vocabulary and sentence structure they have learned. ^ Students will perform sketches/skits in class and will orally demonstrate key grammatical concepts of the German language while presenting on an element of German culture. ^ Knowledge of culture of Germany. Students will be able to identify key elements of the German culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Present Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will perform sketches/skits in class and will orally demonstrate key grammatical concepts of the German language while presenting on an element of German culture. ^ Students will read a short text related to one of the topics from the first four chapters. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ Using learned phrases, students will produce an essay based on the grammar and vocabulary from the first four chapters of the text.
Foreign LanguageITAL 1Elementary Italian^ Students will be able to answer questions about Italian culture. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Foreign LanguageJAPN 1Elementary Japanese^ Japanese 1 students will be able to recognize statements about the past, the present and the future. ^ Japanese 1 students will demonstrate their comprehension of a paragraph containing Japanese 1 vocabulary and grammer at a novice level (See ACTFL Proficiency Guidalines) ^ Japanese students will be able to identify basic cultural information related to Japanese in the U.S.A. and in Japan ^ Students will be able to read and write simple sentences in hiragana, with an introductory understanding of katakana. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Present Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Art HistoryLATN 1Elementary Latin^ Students will be able to identify and parse nouns and adjectives of the first and second declensions. ^ Students will be able to translate a compound sentence in the original Latin into idiomatic English. ^ Students will be able to translate a simple sentence in the original Latin into idiomatic English.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 1Elementary Spanish^ As a result of taking this course, the students will be able to comprehend and identify certain cultural aspects of Spain, Ecuador, Puerto Rico and Cuba, as well as the latino population in the United States and Canada. ^ Spanish 1 students will be able to understand elementary Spanish grammar. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Present Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate reading comprehension of an elementary Spanish text. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to correctly use the verbs tener, ser and estar in the present tense. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
MathMath 110Elementary Statistics^ Define basic statistical terms and notation. ^ Describe the distributions of quantitative data in terms of center, shape, and spread. ^ Describe the proper methods of sampling. ^ Determine the appropriate statistical methods by data type and number of populations or treatments. ^ Employ the principles of inferential statistics in estimation and hypothesis testing. ^ Explain the basic concepts of probability theory and calculate probabilities. ^ Infer from observational and experimental studies. ^ Math 110 students will demonstrate the ability and willingness to take the steps necessary to succeed in their math class. ^ Math 110 students will demonstrate the thinking skill of accurate self-assessment. ^ Math 110 students will feel comfortable in their math class. ^ Math 110 students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education. ^ Math 110 students will feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Students will be able to determine descriptive statistics from a sample ^ Students will be able to use sample statistics to develop a confidence interval for population parameters ^ Using bivariate data, students will be able to determine whether a significant linear correlation exists between two variables and determine the equation of the regression line. ^ Using sample statistics from one or more samples, students will be able to test a claim made about a population parameter. ^ Utilize computer technology in statistical analyses. ^ Utilize statistical techniques with a variety of applications that pertain to business, the social, natural and physical sciences.
MathMath 110HElementary Statistics -Honors^ Define basic statistical terms and notation. ^ Demonstrate ability to combine appropriate data gathering techniques and ability to express statistical conclusions in formal writing to complete a large, semester-long project. ^ Describe the distributions of quantitative data in terms of center, shape, and spread. ^ Describe the proper methods of sampling. ^ Determine the appropriate statistical methods by data type and number of populations or treatments. ^ Employ the principles of inferential statistics in estimation and hypothesis testing. ^ Explain the basic concepts of probability theory and calculate probabilities. ^ Infer from observational and experimental studies. ^ Math 110H students will demonstrate the ability and willingness to take the steps necessary to succeed in their math class. ^ Math 110H students will demonstrate the thinking skill of accurate self-assessment. ^ Math 110H students will feel comfortable in their math class. ^ Math 110H students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education. ^ Math 110H students will feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Students will be able to determine descriptive statistics from a sample. ^ Students will be able to use sample statistics to develop a confidence interval for population parameters ^ Using bivariate data, students will be able to determine whether a significant linear correlation exists between two variables and determine the equation of the regression line. ^ Using sample statistics from one or more samples, students will be able to test a claim made about a population parameter ^ Utilize computer technology in statistical analyses. ^ Utilize statistical techniques with a variety of applications that pertain to business, the social, natural and physical sciences.
ArchitectureINSP 70Elements of Construction^ Students will apply a CPM scheduling technique to a simple construction project. ^ Students will be able to describe the process of a building construction project from planning, design, contracting, construction to facility management.
GeographyGEOG 1HElements of Physical geography - Honors^ Apply geographical methodology in the interpretation of spatial relationships involving distance, area and direction on the Earth’s surface. ^ At this time, the department is not offering GEOG 1H because of low enrollments. When the course is offered again, we will collect data on outcomes. ^ Compare and correlate the Earth’s major climates and biomes. ^ Define geography as an integrative discipline using examples of the Earth’s four spheres. ^ Describe common patterns of temperature and temperature inversions, high and low pressure, ocean and land winds, global winds, rain and desert patterns. ^ Distinguish between internal, mountain-building processes and external, landform-shaping processes. ^ Examine the physical forces and processes which operate within the natural environment. ^ Locate major physical features of Earth on a series of world maps. ^ Recognize and identify how human and physical processes differ from place to place.
GeographyGEOG 1Elements of Physical Georgraphy^ Apply geographical methodology in the interpretation of spatial relationships involving distance, area, and direction on the earth's surface. ^ Compare and correlate the Earth’s major climates and biomes. ^ Define geography as an integrative discipline using examples of the Earth’s four spheres. ^ Describe common patterns of temperature and temperature inversions, high and low pressure, ocean and land winds, global winds, rain and desert patterns. ^ Distinguish between internal, mountain-building processes and external, landform-shaping processes. ^ Examine the physical forces and processes which operate within the natural environment. ^ Locate major physical features of Earth on a series of world maps. ^ Recognize and identify how physical processes differ from place to place on the globe. ^ Students will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 20Emergency Cardiac Care for Paramedics^ Upon completion of this course, students will be able to describe the early warning signs of impending cardiac arrest subsequent to cardiovascular disease, demonstrate the appropriate intervention steps for treating a victim of cardiac arrest and demonstrate cardiopulmonary resuscitation to the standards of the AHA. ^ Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to prioritize the uses, actions, indications, contraindications, cautions, dosages, and manners supplied for each cardiac drug on the paramedic list. ^ Upon successful completion of the course, students will prioritize, within 6 seconds, each of the required dysrhythmias and list any appropriate interventions. This will include static images and dynamic rhythms from the electrocardiography monitor. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate advanced airway skills (endotracheal airway, King Airway, oropharyngeal airway, nasopharyngeal airway, etc.), demonstrate proper execution of treatment algorithms according to AHA and Los Angeles County standards and Utilize the ECG monitor-defibrillator on simulated patients
Emergency Medical ServicesEMT 90Emergency Medical Technician I^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to perform a scene survey, perform a complete patient assessment of medical and trauma patients, integrate diagnostic signs and symptoms and formulate a working diagnosis ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Analyze and differentiate the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Medical Technician in performing both emergency care and operations aspects of the job. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to describe the signs and symptoms characteristic of each disease and traumatic injury in the EMT scope of practice as well as differentiate between pediatric and adult patients in terms of changes in signs/symptoms and treatment protocols ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to implement an appropriate treatment protocol within the EMT scope of practice based on assessment findings and diagnosis ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to perform each skill within the EMT scope of practice and assemble and apply or utilize each piece of equipment normally used by EMTs.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMT 91Emergency Medical Technician I Refresher^ Refresher students will demonstrate skill competency for recertification ^ Students successfully completing the Refresher class will demonstrate updated EMS knowledge
Business AdministrationPLGL 38Employment and Ethical Issues in Paralegalism^ Students completing PLGL 38 - Employment and Ethical Issues in Paralegalism will be able to prepare an employment portfolio. ^ Students completing PLGL 38 - Employment and Ethical Issues in Paralegalism will understand unauthorized practice of law. ^ Successful course completers will assemble a minimum of two professional writing samples which can be used as part of their job search process. ^ Successful course completers will have posted a profile on a professional networking site such as LinkedIn. ^ Successful course completers will participate in a mock interview with an interviewer who is not the course instructor. ^ Successful course completers will prepare a professional paralegal resume which may include links to the student's LinkedIn profile, the program's website, and an e-portfolio. ^ Successful course completers will score at least 70% on an assessment of the students' comprehension of the California Rules of Professional Conduct.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 60EMS Theory for Paramedics^ Upon completion of this course, students will be able to Evaluate common obstetrical emergencies, and interventions for normal and abnormal deliveries as well as Evaluate common signs, symptoms, and interventions for pediatric emergencies ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Describe and demonstrate management plans for trauma to the chest, head, spine, and extremities, Describe and plan management objectives for multiple casualty incidents, and triage considerations to include legal considerations, evaluate the need for and utilize crisis intervention skills in psychiatric emergencies and identify signs of stress and prioritize methods of management. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to describe the application of the laws governing the paramedic's scope of practice and prepare EMS forms as required by county regulations. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to identify and describe the methods of transmission of common communicable diseases, Identify and manage common abdominal emergencies, Analyze common neurological emergencies and formulate interventions, Formulate treatment plans for the four types of shock, Identify common respiratory emergencies and interventions and Identify signs, symptoms, and interventions for diabetic emergencies.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 67Energy Management^ AIRC 67 completers will successfully understand the proper use and application of a light level meter. ^ AIRC 67 completers will understand the design of an energy model.
Physics & EngineeringPHSC 3Energy Science^ Analyze the technical, social, and economic factors driving our present energy production and distribution systems. ^ Apply basic heat transfer processes to explain the design of solar thermal collectors and systems. ^ Calculate the efficiency of an energy-transfer processes. ^ Calculate the power generated by a given volume flow of water falling through a known distance through a hydroelectric generator of known efficiency. ^ Describe the challenges that must be surmounted for alternative energy production to become fully integrated into the modern energy mix. ^ Describe the processes underlying nuclear power generation, and be able to calculate the theoretical energy yielded from both fission and fusion reactions. ^ Explain how an electrical generator produces electricity, and how energy from a variety of sources is transformed into electrical energy. ^ Explain the pivotal role energy production and consumption play in maintaining the standard of living in a modern, technological society. ^ Students can explain the science behind global warming, and can explain the relationship between the use of fossil fuels and climate change. ^ Students can identify the particular heat transfer mechanisms at play in the design of a solar water heating collector. ^ Students will be able to explain how understanding the relationship between fossils fuel use and climate change relates to real life.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 56 (VOC)Engine Diagnostics^ Students completing this course will learn the seven basic steps essential to proper engine diagnosis. ^ Students completing this course will learn to identify and apply practical application of tools and equipment used for proper diagnosis of various engine types and the systems involved.
Manufacturing TechnologyEDT 24Engineering CAD 3-D Solids and Surfaces^ EDT 24 students will create and generate 2D prints from 3-D parametric solid models and complete a 3D (mated) assembly model. ^ Students correctly use Solid works software at an intermediate level ^ Students will develop detailed 2D views from a 3D parmetric model with dimensions to fully describe the part/model.
Manufacturing TechnologyEDT 18Engineering CAD Applications^ EDT 18 students will demonstrate parametric solid modeling skills by developing a complete portfolio at the end of the semester. ^ EDT 18 students will develop 2D and 3D CAD skills required to gain entry level employment.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 1CEngineering Critical Thinking^ Students will be able to analyze, advocate and criticize ideas and reach conclusions. ^ Students will be able to assess the discovery, critical evaluation, and reporting of information in engineering projects. ^ Students will be able to complete team based projects, including stage of group formation and conflict resolution. ^ Students will be able to connect critical thinking, writing and language skills to the daily practice of engineering. ^ Students will be able to construct and evaluate arguments that utilize both the rational and creative faculties. ^ Students will be able to construct and evaluate logical arguments for client-centered design project presentations. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the performance of engineering design projects, including presentations. ^ Students will be able to illustrate and distinguish matters of fact from opinion or judgment and reach supported factual conclusions based on evidence. ^ Students will be able to produce high quality writing that is appropriate to a college level course. ^ Students will be able to understand and identify formal and informal fallacies of thought and language including those that are commonly found in technical practice. ^ Students will be able to write reports (6000 words total per semester) that analyze, summarize and evaluate student design projects that employ such strategies as analysis and synthesis and require definition, analysis, interpretation and refutation.
Industrial Design EngineeringEDT 89Engineering Design Technology Work Experience^ Employers of EDT Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of EDT Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Students will demonstrate competency using skills developed in the IDE, EDT or MFG programs by developing and completing a project according to industry partner and/ or faculty advisor
Physics & EngineeringENGR 24Engineering Graphics^ Students will be able to apply good dimensioning techniques using CAD. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate use of extrusion process for solid modeling. ^ Students will be able to develop a 3D model of an existing product based on direct measurement. ^ Students will be able to draw a cam displacement diagram from the given specifications. ^ Students will be able to insert text and data in drawings. ^ Students will be able to obtain the development length of a plank to produce a part with given dimensions. ^ Students will be able to perform necessary calculations for design. ^ Students will be able to prepare detailed and assembly drawings for the portfolio. ^ Students will be able to prepare engineering drawings using a CAD platform for 2D and 3D drawings.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 4AEngineering Physics^ Physics 4A students will be able to calculate the moment of inertia of a typical continuous body. ^ Students will analytically predict the period of a physical pendulum, then design an experiment to measure the period. ^ Students will be able to apply the material from the course to real life situations. ^ Students will be able to design an experiment to find the rotational inertia of an object. ^ Students will be able to propagate uncertainty.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 4BEngineering Physics^ Students will be able to analyze a circuit using Kirchhoff's Rules. ^ Students will be able to apply the material from the course to real life situations. ^ Students will be able to make electrical measurements. ^ Students will be able to use an Oscilloscope to measure the effect of frequency on the impedance of an RC circuit.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 4CEngineering Physics^ Students will analyze the hydrogen atom and demonstrate the connection between observed spectral lines and the energy levels in the hydrogen atom. ^ Students will be able to apply the material from the course to real life situations. ^ Students will be able to show Einsteins time dilation and length contraction relations starting from appropriate postulates. ^ Students will use a laser and single and/or double slit system or diffraction grating and design and execute an experiment to determine the wavelength of a light source.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 1BEnglish - Introduction to Literary Types^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
ESLESL LANG3English for Specific Uses^ Students will apply accent improvement strategies to demonstrate effective oral communication in a specific school or vocational settings. ^ Students will apply effective strategies such as use of contextual cues and prefix/suffix inference to demonstrate understanding of vocabulary in a specific field of study. ^ Students will watch a career-related video clip or listen to a career-related audio selection and take accurate notes on a form provided.
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 203Enroute Air Traffic Control^ Students will compose microphone phraseology pertinent to radar and non-radar ATC instructions ^ Students will distinguish the differences and the relationship between radar positions within Air Route Traffic Control Center, including radar handoff procedures.
MusicMUS 38Ensemble^ Students participating in MUS 38 will develop the skills necessary to perform in an ensemble, follow a conductor, and perform on stage. ^ The ensemble course, MUS 38, is comprised of variously sized ensembles on any given semesters. However, students should be able to start, finish, and perform musical excerpts and selections on their own, without the assistance of a conductor.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 9Environmental Geology^ EXAMINE DATA TO CALCULATE, INTERPRET AND PREDICT THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTALLY IMPORTANT GEOLOGIC PROCESSES See att doc ^ Students will be able to describe the causes and results of geologic processes and their consequences to humans ^ Study the sketch to analyze ground water quality. See att doc
Political SciencePOLI 10Environmental Politics^ Students should be able to define sustainability taking account of social, economic, and environmental indicators. ^ Students should be able to identify and compare competing models of sustainable political economy.
Business AdministrationBUSR 76Escrow Procedures I^ Students completing BUSR 76 - Escrow Procedures 1 will be able calculate an escrow proration ^ Students completing BUSR 76 - Escrow Procedures 1 will be able to define key words and phrases used in the escrow profession.
ESLESL VHLTHESL - Health Professionals^ Students will listen to a medically-related audio selection and will take accurate notes on a provided form. ^ Students will participate in a medically-related discussion and will be evaluated on their oral fluency according to a rubric.
ESLESL LVL1ESL - Level 1^ Students will be able to describe services offered at DMV as well as identify roadside signs and traffic signals. ^ Students will demonstrate ability to follow appropriate procedures and access community-assistance agencies in the case of an emergency or disaster. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of basic vocabulary, phrases, and commands used in everyday situations. ^ Students will respond to questions about the history and government of the United States and talk about the flag of the United States in a role play interview with a US Citizenship and Immigration Services officer. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of beginning level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL LVL2ESL - Level 2^ (Level 2) Students will be able to respond correctly to questions about the history and government of the United States in order to be successful in the naturalization process ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to make a doctor's appointment, complete a medical history form, and talk with a doctor regarding a medical issue. ^ Students will differentiate between present, past, and future events based on an audio conversation. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of beginning level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL LVL3ESL - Level 3^ By the end of the term, at least 65% of the students in Level 3 will be able to correctly answer at least 12 out of 20 listening comprehension questions given by their level instructors. ^ Students will be able to complete a job application and demonstrate ability to access employment by engaging in a job interview. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of intermediate level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL LVL4ESL - Level 4^ By the end of the term, 70% of the ESL students taking Level 4 will receive a passing score of 12 or higher (out of 18) on an ESL department oral rubric as measured by their instructors for their interview presentation of someone whom they did not know before taking the class. ^ Students exiting Level 4 will be able to prepare a comparison table using Microsoft Word noting several advantages/disadvantages of two schools from which they will write a short composition and participate in a role play explaining one or more barriers to continuing their education. ^ Students will be able to detect the the mood and urgency of a message based on an audio segment of a conversation. ^ Students will be able to report orally via a presentation and a mock phone call about an environmental problem. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of intermediate level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL LVL5ESL - Level 5^ (Level 5) Students will be able to report orally the results of an interview with a native English speaker in the community or the workplace. ^ By the end of the term, at least 70% of the students in Level 5 will be able to correctly answer at least 12 out of 20 listening comprehension questions given by their level instructors. ^ Students will be able to complete a job application and demonstrate ability to access employment by engaging in a job interview. ^ Students will be able to write a personal statement essay and use this as a basis for a role play interview with an admissions counselor. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of advanced level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL LVL6ESL - Level 6^ By the end of the term, at least 70% of the students in Level 6 will be able to correctly answer at least 12 out of 20 listening comprehension questions given by their level instructors. ^ Students will be able to research jobs online and to present via PowerPoint the research results of an identified career path using multiple resources. ^ Students will submit a comprehensive portfolio that includes multiple measures and evidence of advanced level skill achievement in English language proficiency.
ESLESL SPKAESL - Speaking A^ Beginning level ESL students will orally present their own personal history in the form of a timeline. ^ Beginning level ESL students will talk about their hometowns or about a holiday in their native country.
ESLESL SPKBESL - Speaking B^ Intermediate level ESL students will give a presentation about a movie they have recently watched in English to the class. ^ Intermediate level ESL students will present a past vacation experience to the class. ^ Intermediate level ESL students will present a personal hobby to their classmates. ^ Intermediate level ESL students will talk about a scary or funny event that has significantly impacted their lives.
ESLESL SPKCESL - Speaking C^ Advanced ESL students will present a biography of an influential person. ^ Advanced level ESL students will orally present a compare/contrast speech. ^ Advanced-level Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) students will present via PowerPoint the research results of an identified U.S. company using multiple resources. ^ Advanced-level Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) team of students will develop a product or service, prepare a marketing strategy for it, and give a PowerPoint presentation to the class.
ESLESL WRTAESL - Writing A^ Beginning level ESL students will edit paragraphs containing errors that include grammar, spelling, capitalization, mechanics and punctuation. ^ Beginning level ESL students will write a short paragraph about a favorite person guided by "wh-" questions (who, what, when, where, and why).
ESLESL WRTBESL - Writing B^ Intermediate level ESL students will edit a classmate's writing sample using a worksheet provided by the instructor that includes such criteria as main idea, attention to detail, editing errors, and questions to the author. ^ Intermediate level ESL students will edit a short composition and complete a worksheet provided by the instructor. ^ Intermediate level ESL students will write a business letter (asking for career advice) following the business letter format they studied in class.
ESLESL WRTCESL - Writing C^ Advanced ESL students will develop an outline for a comparison/contrast essay using an outline worksheet provided by the instructor that includes clear main idea, two points of comparison or two points of contrast with two specific details and examples for each point, and a conclusion. ^ Advanced ESL students will write a composition that consists of a summary and response to a nonfiction reading (e.g., newspaper, magazine). The composition includes the title of the selection, the author, the source, the general idea of the entire article, and only the most essential points. ^ Advanced Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) students will individually write a two-page report on the product or service they developed for their team presentation. ^ Advanced-level Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) students will individually write a one-page report on the company they researched in teams.
ESLESL PLVL1ESL Pre-Level 1^ Pre-1) Students will be able to demonstrate basic knowledge and awareness of the emergency services available in the community and ways to contact and use emergency services and legal assistance agencies. ^ Students will be able to describe services offered at the DMV as well as identify roadside signs and traffic signals. ^ Students will demonstrate understanding of simple words, phrases and questions related to personal information or familiar materials.
ESLESL SPKP1ESL Speaking A for Beginners (Pre-1)^ Literacy level ESL students will listen and retell short stories with main idea and factual detail. ^ Literacy level ESL students will talk about their hometowns in their native countries.
ESLESL WRTP1ESL Writing A for Beginners (Pre-1)^ Literacy level ESL students will edit sentences containing errors that include grammar, spelling, and capitalization. ^ Literacy level ESL students will write five simple sentences about an important person in their life.
Nutrition & FoodNF 25Essentials of Nutrition^ Students completing NF 25 - Essentials of Nutrition will be able to demonstrate mastery of course material by planning a diet that meets or exceeds standards of nutritional adequacy. ^ Students completing NF 25 - Essentials of Nutrition will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation of their current food choices related to increasing their lifelong personal wellbeing.
Nutrition & FoodNF 25HEssentials of Nutrition - Honors^ Students completing NF 25H - Essentials of Nutrition (Honors) will be able to demonstrate mastery of course material by planning a diet that meets or exceeds standards of nutritional adequacy. ^ Students completing NF 25H - Essentials of Nutrition (Honors) will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation of their current food choices related to increasing their lifelong personal wellbeing. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
Sign LanguageSIGN 225Ethical Decision Making for Interpreters^ Identify differences between a technical professions and a practice professions and explain why interpreting is a practice profession. ^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting. ^ Students will effectively give well-rounded responses to hypothetical and real-life scenarios applying recognized industry standards and support their responses by referencing industry standard publications.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 12Ethics^ Students completing an assignment in Ethics will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their ethics coursework. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Philosophers and their Ethical Systems (Aristotle, Kant, Ross, Sartre). ^ Students will identify various Ethical Systems (Deontological, Teleological, Virtue Ethics).
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 12HEthics - Honors^ Students will be able to identify both culture and its influence on human expression. ^ Students will be able to identify the different Ethical Systems (Deontological, Teleological, Virtue Ethics) ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Philosophers and their Ethical systems
Business AdministrationBUSL 100Everyday Law^ Students will be able to analyze the cultural, economic, and political environment of the civil rights movement. ^ Students will be able to apply legal concepts to contemporary political debates.
Business AdministrationPLGL 49Evidence Law^ Students completing PLGL 49 - Evidence Law will be able to apply some of the basic rules of California evidence. ^ Students completing PLGL 49 - Evidence Law will be able to distinguish among some of the basic California rules of evidence.
Fine ArtsARTG 22AExhibition Design and Art gallery Operation Work Experience^ Analyze the design, fabrication, installation, concept, and content of contemporary exhibitions. ^ Apply design concepts to personal or professional art collections within any given space. ^ Apply fabrication skills toward the professional production of an exhibition. ^ Apply installation techniques toward the production of an exhibition. ^ Evaluate exhibition design, planning, and timetables. ^ Evaluate public commentary. ^ Student will understand the expectation and value of teamwork. ^ Students will be able to identify their role as an artist in their chosen field. ^ Synthesize a wide range of knowledge and skills to assure quality performance as an exhibition design technician. ^ Synthesize contemporary and historical techniques in order to produce a more purposeful art exhibition.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 12 (VOC)Exotic Animal Management^ Students in the Exotic animal class will analyze and differentiate between the different types of pet bird species and their species specific husbandry requirements. ^ Students in the Exotic animal class will analyze and differentiate between the different types of pet reptile species and their species specific husbandry requirements.
PhotographyPHOT 21 (VOC)Exploring Color Photography^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 20 will be able to present prints using matting and color coordination ^ Students that complete PHOT 21 will be able select color and lighting to enhance photographs. ^ Students that complete PHOT 21 will be able to create unique color schema photographs. ^ Students that complete PHOT 21 will be able to identify effects of specialized lighting. ^ Students that complete PHOT 21 will be able to identify mixed light sources ^ Students that complete PHOT 21 will be able to use specialized resources for oversized print production
CounselingLEAD 55Exploring Leadership^ Students completing assignments in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
WeldingWELD 80 (VOC)Fabrication and Construction Welding^ Accurately measure to one sixteenth of an inch. (MO) ^ Anticipate and solve problems in project fabrication. (MO) ^ Apply principles of identifying base metals and carbon contents of materials used in welding. (MO) ^ Apply welding skills in required practical projects. (MO) ^ Demonstrate proper and safe usage of welding equipment. (MO) ^ Differentiate the theoretical knowledge necessary to run various electrodes and filler metals using the welding processes presented in the class. (MO) ^ Identify materials used in construction and fabrication industry and select the correct filler metals for welding and joining. (MO ^ Student will be able to select the correct welding applications and processes. ^ Student will be able to select the correct welding applications and processes. (SLO) ^ Students will be able to apply the principles of layout and blueprint reading ^ Students will be able to apply the principles of layout and blueprint reading. (SLO) ^ Students will demonstrate welding skills to industry standards. ^ Students will demonstrate welding skills to industry standards. (SLO)
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 52Fabrication Techniques for Cable Installations^ Students will be able to identify the proper tools and techniques for repairing a hole made in wallboard during the installation of a low-voltage wiring project. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to make parallel offset bends in 1/2-inch electrical metallic tubing (EMT).
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 9Family Counseling^ Students successfully completing AD 9 will be able to accurately analyze and describe the dynamics of the addictive family. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to accurately assess, identify and analyze family problems/needs and implement appropriate interventions.(MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to demonstrate competency in basic family counseling skills through role-play and experiential exercises. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explain and apply the use of the genogram as a family counseling and assessment tool. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to Identify and explain dynamics of a “normal” family system and the dynamics of a “dysfunctional” family system. (MO)
Business AdministrationPLGL 42Family Law^ Students completing PLGL 42 - Family Law will be able to complete a petition for dissolution of marriage. ^ Students completing PLGL 42 - Family Law will be able to comprehend community property concepts and apply to division of assets.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 25Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing^ Students completing FASH 25 will be able to create a resort swimsuit collection including textile designs, sheer fabrics and technical drawing flats. ^ Students completing FASH 25 will be able to create technical drawings of shirts which include assorted sewing seam lines, garment construction details and stitching.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 22 (VOC)Fashion Design by Draping^ Students completing FASH 22 will be able to create a bias cut dress on a mannequin. ^ Students completing FASH 22 will be able to create skirt and bodice pattern sloppers by draping on a mannequin.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 24Fashion Patternmaking by Computer^ Students completing FASH 24 - Fashion Patternmaking by Computer will be proficient in using Gerber Patternmaking. ^ Students completing FASH 24 will be able to create a sized skirt with accurate point movements, grading and a fabric marker using CAD software. ^ Students completing FASH 24 will be able to create an apparel pattern that includes pattern card, flip codes, fabric categories and storage folders using CAD patternmaking software.
PhotographyPHOT 16 (VOC)Fashion Photography^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 16 will be able to create advertisements utilizing fashion subjects. ^ Students that complete PHOT 16 will be able to create images using strobe and natural lighting techniques used in the fashion industry. ^ Students that complete PHOT 16 will be able to create sample look books. ^ Students that complete PHOT 16 will be able to describe business practices common to fashion studios ^ Students that complete PHOT 16 will be able to document details of fashion client interactions.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 63Fashion Promotion^ Students completing FASH will be able to research a selected brand and develop a profile of the company and the media used for marketing and advertising. ^ Students completing FASH 63 will be able to develop a creative multi-media marketing campaign for an existing business. ^ Students completing FASH 63 will be able to produce a creative multi-media marketing campaign for an existing business. ^ Students completing FASH 63 will be able to research and analyze the marketing and promotional techniques used by companies. ^ Students completing FASH 63 will understand the factors that impact companies in establishing an advertising and promotional strategy.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 59 Fashion Retailing^ After completing this course students will be able to create a retail analysis report. ^ After completing this course, students will be able to compare and contrast niche markets in the fashion retail industry.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 104Federal Aviation Regulations^ Analyze requirements for Visual Flight Rules operations, including weather minimums in a variety of airspace scenarios. ^ Classify airspace by operational differences and equipment requirements. ^ Examine the variety of planning requirements for cross-country flights including an analysis of FAR Part 1 regulations. ^ Identify the FAA eligibility requirements, aeronautical knowledge requirements and aeronautical experience requirements for each FAA pilot certificate and rating. ^ Identify the terms and vocabulary associated with aviation terminology and federal aviation regulations. ^ Students will be able to identify FAA eligibility requirements and aeronautical experience requirements for each FAA pilot certificate and rating. ^ Students will be able to identify, classify, and describe FAA airspace by the operational differences and equipment requirements.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 58Federal Income Tax Law^ I am able to calculate tax accounting problems ^ I am able to define accounting terms and concepts related to federal and state income tax ^ I am able to prepare federal income tax returns
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 72 (VOC)Feline Management^ Students will be able to identify fifteen purebred breeds of cats when given a slide show quiz, which will be evaluated by set criteria. ^ Students will search the internet and other sources to create a oral presention on a domestic or wild breed of cat. This presentation will be evaluated by set criteria
Fine ArtsARTD 99Figure Drawing Special Studies ^ Improved Skills-Students completing a Special Studio-Art Studies course will feel that they have improved their skills in the selected area of study. ^ Self motivation/ discipline-Students will appreciate the necessity of self motivation and self discipline for the practice of art.
Fine ArtsANIM 101BFigure Gesture - Design^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate accurate proportion of the figure. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction. ^ Students will be able to use pose to communicate a characters internal narrative.
Fine ArtsANIM 101CFigure Gesture-Design^ Students will be able to use line and wash techniques to create a subjective expressive figure drawings with expressive use of materials to convey concept. ^ Students will be able to use line and wash techniques to create an objective figure drawing with accurate proportion and form.
Fine ArtsANIM 107Figure in Motion^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the action of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the proportions of the figure through gesture drawing. ^ Students will be able to use line to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through use of cross contour and construction
Fine ArtsARTD 19AFigure Painting^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate two-dimensionally the shape of the figure. ^ Students will be able to use three values to create the illusion of three-dimensional form through the use of value.
KinesiologyKINI 30AFilipino Martial Arts - Beginning^ Assess students knowledge of double stick offensive techniques ^ Assess students knowledge of how to block and counter single stick strikes
KinesiologyKINI 30BFilipino Martial Arts - Intermediate^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Adult Basic EducationFDB 1Financial Database Management 1^ Students will create a database and enter data in tables. ^ Students will create, edit, and delete customers and transactions.
Adult Basic EducationFDB 2Financial Database Management 2^ Students will create accounts and enter data to record physical inventory transactions using financial software. ^ Students will modify forms and reports in financial and database software.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 71 (VOC)Financial Planning^ I am able to develop a personal definition of financial success ^ I am able to explain the importance of planning and saving for retirement during the course of my lifetime ^ I know how to evaluate my own personal spending patterns and create my own personal budgets
Family & Consumer SciencesFCS 80Financial Planning^ Students completing FCS 80 - Financial Planning will be able to employ strategies for the wise use of credit. ^ Students completing FCS 80 - Financial Planning will be able to evaluate the importance of early retirement planning. ^ Students completing FCS 80 - Financial Planning will be able to develop a personal and/or family budget.
Sign LanguageSIGN 108Fingerspelling^ Students will correctly read the fingerspelling of 3 to 4-lettered fingerspelled names ^ Students will correctly read the fingerspelling of phone numbers. ^ Successfully demonstrate the use of lexicalized fingerspelling loan words in grammatically correct ASL sentences. ^ Successfully recognize and record dates about events (historical and/or birthdays) as demonstrated to them in ASL by the instructor.
MathMath 120Finite Mathematics^ Analyze, organize, and interpret numerical data. ^ Apply formulas for calculating interest, present value, annuities, and sinking funds, as well as determine payments and lump sum deposits. ^ Apply linear programming techniques for maximizing and minimizing linear functions. ^ Apply techniques of mathematical modeling to problems from business, economics and social sciences using formulas, graphs, and systems of equations. ^ Develop models that use Markov chains to study patterns for the future and to make predictions. ^ Formulate probabilistic models and calculate the probability of various events. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Propose appropriate counting models involving sets, permutations, and combinations for situations where straightforward counting is impractical. ^ Students will be able to solve a binomial probability distribution problem. ^ Students will be able to solve a linear programming problem using the geometric approach ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Translate large amounts of real life data into mathematical models involving matrices, and use matrix theory to manipulate data.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 91Fire Academy Ladder Orientation^ Analyze ladder placement. (MO) ^ Demonstrate ladder maintenance, cleaning and inspection of ladders. (MO) ^ Demonstrate ladder safety. (MO) ^ Describe the function of the different types of ground ladders. (MO) ^ Identify the parts of a ladder. (MO) ^ Raise, carry and climb ladders. (MO) ^ Students will be able to understand ladder terminology, analyze ladder placement, and determine proper climbing angles when placed against buildings. ^ Students will understand maintenance, cleaning and inspection functions for ladders.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 11Fire Apparatus and Equipment^ Compare and contrast different types of fire apparatus and equipment based on use. ^ Compare and contrast gas vs. diesel engines. (MO) ^ Compare and contrast various pump types. (MO) ^ Compare design types of fire apparatus and equipment and explain construction features and systems. (MO) ^ Describe design variances between 2 and 4 cycle engines. (MO) ^ Discuss safety troubleshooting and daily maintenance check on an engine, aerial ladder truck and elevating platform and small motorized equipment. (MO) ^ Students will understand the National Fire Protection Association Standard for Fire Apparatus
Fire TechnologyFIRE 5Fire Behavior and Combustion^ Analyze the transportation of hazardous materials; determine the proper placarding is in place. (MO) ^ Define classifications of fire and associated methods of extinguishment. ^ Define in the physical properties of dangerous chemicals. (MO) ^ Define the terms and concept associated with the chemistry, and dynamics of fire. ^ Explain the importance of the various properties of the three physical states of matter. (MO) ^ Explain the theory of fire and compare the applications of various extinguishing techniques. (MO) ^ Identify the Department of Transportation warning placards and labeling systems. (MO) ^ Students will be able to explain the theory of fire and compare the applications of various extinguishing techniques. (SLO) ^ Students will understand the four phases of fire. (SLO)
Fire TechnologyFIRE 8Fire Company Organization and Management^ Apply appropriate safety regulations and standards. (MO) ^ Assess firefighting capability. (MO) ^ Classify specific management principles that impact the organization's productivity. (MO) ^ Demonstrate accurate report writing and record keeping. (MO) ^ Demonstrate effective written communication skills. (MO) ^ Describe the principles of conflict resolution. (MO) ^ Explain different leadership styles and their impact on meeting organizational goals and objectives. (MO) ^ Identify skills necessary for successful transition from firefighter to supervisor. (MO) ^ Students will be able to explain principles of group dynamics and their impact on the function of the organization. ^ Students will describe the principles of conflict resolution.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 7Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategy^ Analyze and apply the incident command system at structure fires, wildland and Haz Mat incidents. (MO) ^ Analyze the principles of fire ground tactics and strategy and how they relate to fire behavior. (MO) ^ Determine appropriate staffing requirements for structure fire situations. (MO) ^ Determine scene size-up requirements for commercial fires. (MO) ^ Evaluate different extinguishing agents and their effectiveness. (MO) ^ Recognize and describe the need to implement rapid intervention at the fire scene. (MO) ^ The student will apply the incident command system at structure fires, wildland fires and HazMat situations. ^ The student will develop pre-fire plans for various types of occupancies.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 9Fire Hydraulics^ Calculate friction loss in various types of fire hoses, required engine pressure at ground level, engine pressure for elevated streams and pump capacity. (MO) ^ Calculate the area and volume of appliances. (MO) ^ Calculate the horizontal reach of fire streams, water flow velocity, nozzle directions and hydrant and nozzle discharge. (MO) ^ Calculate the number of pumpers required in relay operations and calculate the remaining pump pressure in drafting operations. (MO) ^ Calculate volume and capacity of fire hoses, water systems. (MO) ^ Students will be able to calculate engine and pump pressure during fire fighting operations. ^ Students will be able to calculate the horizontal reach of fire streams, water flow velocity, nozzle pressure, and hydrant discharge. ^ Summarize principles of hydraulic operations.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 2Fire Prevention Technology^ Classify the major types of fire hazards that could be found on a commercial fire inspection. (MO) ^ Correlate the relationship between fire prevention efforts and the resulting reduction of life and property loss. (MO) ^ Define the national fire problem, and functions of fire prevention organizations and associations. ^ Define the principal functions of a fire prevention bureau. (MO) ^ Describe the common fire detection signaling systems found in commercial buildings. (MO) ^ Describe the hazard correction process used by a fire prevention bureau. (MO) ^ Determine which fire codes would be applied based on different occupancy types. (MO) ^ Identify the model codes, standards, and regulations related to fire prevention.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 3Fire Protection Equipment and Systems^ Analyze, prepare, and present diagrams of fire protection systems that demonstrate complete knowledge of residential, commercial, and industrial, sprinkler systems. (MO) ^ Compare detection, alarm, and supervisory devices and systems. (MO) ^ Compare heat and smoke detection devices and hardware. (MO) ^ Describe the required care and maintenance for portable and fixed fire protection systems. (MO) ^ Describe the types, and the design of fire detection and alarm systems, and the codes and standards that regulate them. ^ Explain the application, use and maintenance of portable fire suppression systems. ^ Identify types, components, and operation of automatic and special sprinkler systems. (MO) ^ Students will identify types of standpipe systems and water supply requirements. (SLO) ^ Students will understand the five fire protection systems. (SLO)
Fire TechnologyFIRE 1Fire Protection Organization^ Compare and contrast the relative effectiveness of positions in the fire department and their function using paramilitary structure. ^ Define terms, equipment, facilities, and emergency management systems associated with fire service and public safety originations. ^ Define the field of fire protection technology. ^ Describe career opportunities in fire protection and related fields. (MO) ^ Describe the history, functions, culture and development of local, state, and federal public safety, and emergency s organizations. ^ Describe the overall problems of fire in the United States compared to other countries. (MO) ^ Explain the importance of fire behavior (chemistry) and how it relates to fire extinguishment. (MO) ^ Identify the types of common fire department apparatus, equipment, and personal safety equipment used for firefighting. (SLO) ^ List the educational requirements, duties, and information sources for various occupations in fire protection. (SLO)
Fire TechnologyFIRE 93Firefighter 1 Skills Review and Testing^ Appropriately request the retake through the AHJ. (MO) ^ Complete paperwork per Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) regulations in accordance with the National Firefighter 1 Certification process. (MO) ^ Perform all manipulative skills in abidance with safety requirements. (MO) ^ Perform basic firefighting skills at an AHJ approved level. (MO) ^ Prepare for and pass a summative written exam set by the AHJ. (MO) ^ Students will prepare for and be able to pass the IFSAC/PROBOARD manipulative certification exam. ^ Students will prepare for and be able to pass the IFSAC/PROBOARD written certification exam.
KinesiologyKIN 3First Aid and CPR^ Complete the study questions at the conclusion of each chapter. ^ Develop a scenario for the identification, care and treatment of a sudden illness. ^ Students will learn and demonstrate skills necessary for controlling bleeding, immobilization techniques and care for sudden illnesses. ^ Students will meet the CPR standards, which includes CPR, rescue breathing and obstructed airway, as required by the American Red Cross for certification of the Adult, Child and Infant population. ^ Using the mannequin, perform the necessary one-person intervention for a rescue-breathing scenario. ^ With a classmate demonstrate the proper technique of controlling severe bleeding.
KinesiologyKINF 52AFitness and Conditioning for Law and Fire - Beginning^ Students taking KIN F52 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions. ^ Students taking KIN F52 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times. ^ Students taking KIN F52 will develop sufficient core strength. ^ Students taking KIN F52 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
KinesiologyKINF 52BFitness and Conditioning for Law and Fire - Intermediate^ Students will be able to show improvements in core strength. ^ Students will be able to show improvements in muscular strength ^ Students will be able to show improvements in their cardiovascular endurance. ^ Students will be able to show improvements is pushing body weight.
KinesiologyKIN 34Fitness for Living^ Examine the six dimensions of fitness and wellness. ^ Analyze current levels of stress and identify appropriate types of stress management and relaxation techniques. ^ Compare nutritional habits with federal nutritional guidelines. ^ Describe safe and effective exercise programs ^ Develop personal fitness programs using the F.I.T.T. principles. ^ Identify common assessments for components of fitness. ^ Identify common treatment procedures for exercise related injuries. ^ Identify the relationship of exercise on disease prevention. ^ Read and evaluate food label ^ Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students will be able to define and identify the Five Components of Health Related Fitness and their appropriate assessment tools for each. ^ Students will be able to define the 5 Components of Fitness and identify a benefit of each one. ^ Students will be able to read and evaluate a nutritional food label.
KinesiologyKIN 85Fitness Specialist Internship^ Student will be able to set up a workout log of their clients workouts. ^ Students will be able to develop a workout plan that will meet their clients needs.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 256Flight Instructor Ground School^ Analyze basic flight maneuvers for common coordination errors made by student pilots. ^ Combine factors necessary for successful completion of newly introduced flight maneuvers and demonstrate how these factors will be utilized in flight lessons. ^ Construct flight lesson plans, provide background regarding required training items, and demonstrate lesson plans to peers. ^ Differentiate errors made by student pilots in basic flight maneuvers, including correction of those errors by demonstration and further practice. ^ Distinguish flight test preparation requirements, including documents required. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of instructional methods as outlined by the FAA ^ Students will create lesson plans for basic and advanced flight lessons
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 206LFlight Simulator Laboratory^ Students will demonstrate basic skill in instrument cross-check (scan), instrument interpretation, and aircraft control. ^ Students will demonstrate basic skills in intercepting and tracking VOR radials and airways.
School of Continuing EducationVOC AGR25Floral Design 1^ Students will create arrangements showing basic principles of floral design including asymmetry and symmetry. ^ Students will display proficiency in proper placement of the floral product. ^ Students will identify flowers and their types. ^ Students will identify flowers, plants and basic design tools.
School of Continuing EducationVOC AGR26Floral Design 2^ Produce a class project that demonstrates the proper construction of a fundamental floral design ^ Recognize flowers, plants and basic design tools by common names ^ Students will apply individual creative styles and unusual flower forms to create floral designs. ^ Students will apply skills and procedures to a floral shop setting.
School of Continuing EducationVOC AGR27Floral Design 3^ Students will apply principles of floral design for special occasions. ^ Students will demonstrate construction of an advanced floral design ^ Students will describe management practices of a typical florist operation. ^ Students will describe the cultural and ethnic trends in global floriculture. ^ Students will identify unusual flower and plant types and advanced tools
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 31Fluoroscopy and Radiobiology^ The student will identify radiation induced chemical reactions, potential biologic damage, & factors influencing radiation response/radiosensitivity of cells . ^ The student will identify the components of the fluoroscopy unit, including the image intensifier and viewing/recording system. ^ The student will identify the structure and function of the image intensifier.
Agricultural SciencesAGAG 1 (VOC)Food Production, Land use and Politics - A Global Perspective^ GEO - Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence of world agriculture systems. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to discuss the impact that the endangered species act has on current agricultural practices. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to evaluate the sustainability of current food production systems. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to explain how water issues impact world agriculture ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to formulate possible solutions to the conflicting demands for land use between suburban development and agriculture. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to identify and describe the key elements in sustainable agriculture. ^ Students completing AGAG 1 will be able to prepare and present an argument in favor of, or in opposition to, a variety of controversial topics in the arena of agriculture.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 52Food Safety and Sanitation^ Determine the presence of foodborne-illness outbreak. ^ Identify foodborne pathogen, their sources, and resulting illnesses, and symptoms.
Nutrition & FoodNF 30Food Science Technologies^ Students completing NF 30 - Food Science Technologies will describe the chemistry underlying the properties and reactions of various food components. ^ Students completing NF 30 - Food Science Technologies will describe the major chemical reactions that limit shelf life.
KinesiologyKINX 16Football - Men^ Students will demonstrate a knowledge regarding the rules of the game. ^ Students will show an improvement in cardiovascular fitness
CommunicationSPCH 15Forensics: Contest Speech and Debate^ Students will apply techniques from multiple genres of speech communication ^ Students will compete in an intercollegiate forensics tournament. ^ Students will feel more confident
CommunicationSPCH 17Forensics: Debate Team^ Students will apply techniques from multiple genres of speech communication ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will become more argumentative. ^ Students will compete in an intercollegiate forensics tournament ^ Students will feel more confident.
CommunicationSPCH 16Forensics: Individual Event Team^ Students will apply techniques from multiple genres of speech communication. ^ Students will compete in an intercollegiate forensics tournament ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will record their performances on video and review their own and others' performances to enhance their understanding of performance events and evaluate their own strengths and weaknesses as speakers.
CommunicationSPCH 18Forensics: Readers Theater Team^ Students will collaborate to stage and perform multiple selections of literature as a group. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform for a live audience.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 60French Culture Through Cinema^ Students learn vocabulary associated with making movies and with discussing movies as works of art. ^ Students will be able to analyze the historical, social, and philosophical background of French-speaking movies from different francophone countries as well as the psychological motivations of the characters in the movies. ^ The history of French (and to a lesser degree of American) Cinema, from its start in Paris, to the present time.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 1AFreshman Composition^ Students will apply MLA format for citing and documenting sources. ^ Students will write an essay in which they synthesize information from a variety of sources.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 1AHFreshman Composition - Honors^ Students will apply MLA format for citing and documenting sources. ^ Students will write an essay in which they synthesize information from multiple texts.
DanceDN-T 28Functional Anatomy for Pilates^ Students will be able to analyze the biomechanics of Pilates exercises. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic anatomy as to how it is applied in teaching pilates.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 1Fundamentals for Paramedics^ Prospective Paramedic students will demonstrate Medical Terminology readiness for entry into the Paramedic Program. ^ Students who have completed the math skills component of the pre-course will demonstrate math readiness for entry into the Paramedic Program. ^ Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to analyze case studies involving disease pathophysiology and traumatic injury.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 11 (VOC)Fundamentals of Accounting^ I am able to calculate depreciation using the straight line method of depreciation ^ I am able to calculate simple interest for a loan ^ I am able to compute the ending balance in a company?s inventory account using FIFO and LIFO inventory methods
CommunicationSPCH 2Fundamentals of Communication^ Students will evaluate their self concept ^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform three speeches ^ Students will solve a problem as a group. ^ Students will understand the need to adapt communication style to acknowledge the differences in others
Computer ScienceCSCI 110Fundamentals of Computer Science^ Analyze and design efficient algorithms for problem solving. ^ Create correct code, and debug simple errors in one of the higher level languages (C, C++ or Java.) ^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Define computer terminology. ^ Demonstrate number system conversion to and from binary, decimal and hexadecimal. ^ Describe instruction set, computer organization and operating system features. ^ Describe various data representations. ^ Discuss fundamental units of digital computers. ^ For a given algorithm students will be able to write the C++ code using a modular approach. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education ^ Utilize appropriate data types and structures. ^ Utilize text editors, compilers and IDEs. ^ Write, organize and assemble program documentation.
ArchitectureINSP 87Fundamentals of Construction Inspection^ Document and report results of construction field inspections according to established guidelines. ^ Identify building codes and construction standards applicable for a particular building type and location. ^ Identify improper wood framing field practices and defective field connections of steel framing. ^ Recommend proper procedures to correct construction field defects. ^ Students will be able to identify building codes and construction standards applicable for a particular building type and location. ^ Students will be able to verify structural elements in accordance to approved construction drawings and code requirements of a light frame construction. ^ Verify structural elements in accordance to approved construction drawings and code requirements of a light frame construction.
BiologyBIOL 34Fundamentals of Genetics^ Students will be able to describe the components of the eukaryotic genome. ^ Students will be able to describe the methods and applications of recombinant DNA technology. ^ Students will be able to describe the role of gene expression in development using specific genes as examples. ^ Students will be able to describe types of mutations at the chromosomal level including aneuploidies, deletions, duplications, inversions and translocations. ^ Students will be able to describe types of mutations at the molecular level. ^ Students will be able to determine the mode of inheritance of a human genetic disorder from examining a pedigree of inheritance of that disorder. ^ Students will be able to discuss the relationship between mutation and molecular evolution and evolution in organisms. ^ Students will be able to explain the process of RNA and protein synthesis and how these processes are regulated. ^ Students will be able to identify and discuss the ethical and moral implications of genetic technology including recombinant DNA technology. ^ students will be able to provide the correct map distance between genes with data from a three point cross. ^ Students will be able to relate the structures of DNA to DNA replication. ^ Students will be able to solve genetics problems including those involving dominance, incomplete dominance, multiple genes, sex linkage, and epistasis. ^ Students will be able to solve genetics problems involving linkage and recombination.
BiologyBIOL 34LFundamentals of Genetics Lab^ Students will be able to analyze genetics data with appropriate statistical tests such as a chi-squared test. ^ Students will be able to determine recombination frequencies and construct genetic maps from genetic crosses. ^ Students will be able to determine the mode of inheritance from a pedigree. ^ Students will be able to determine the mode of inheritance of a Mendelian trait from the results of a breeding experiment. ^ Students will be able to measure mutation rates. ^ Students will be able to perform DNA extraction, PCR, and DNA gel electrophoresis. ^ Students will be able to quantify DNA concentration. ^ Students will be able to solve problems in population genetics using the Hardy-Weinberg equation. ^ Students will be able to use online databases to compare DNA and protein sequence data.
MusicMUS 7Fundamentals of Music^ Analyze triadic harmonies for their root, quality and inversion, and construct triads using musical notation. ^ Calculate the size and quality of intervals and construct intervals of an indicated size using musical notation. ^ Designate and identify pitches and octave registers on the grand staff and piano keyboard. ^ Interpret rhythm notation. ^ MUS 7 students will be able to identify the size and quality of non-compound harmonic intervals when notated on the treble staff. ^ Music 7 students will be able to identify any key on the piano keyboard using all enharmonic possibilities, including, where possible, single and double accidentals. ^ Recognize and construct all major and minor scales and key signatures. ^ Students will develop the ability to correctly interpret musical notation, or what is called "basic music literacy."
2D Animation and GamingANIM 151Game Prototype Production^ Students will build game production schedules that identify milestones and deadlines. ^ Students will create 2D and 3D game art assets utilizing industry standard software. ^ Students will develop marketing strategies for game distribution. ^ Students will differentiate between the following four main production cycles of design, art building, technical scripting and marketing. ^ Students will produce game prototypes.
Administration of JusticeADJU 59 (VOC)Gangs in the Community/Corrections^ Demonstrate how to identify and document a criminal street or prison gang member in compliance with federal and state law ^ Explain the difference between a criminal street gang member, a prison gang member, and a member of a disruptive group ^ Students will describe prevention techniques used to address community and prison based gang activity. ^ Students will describe suppression techniques used to address community and prison based gang activity.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 81Garde Manager^ Plan a food production schedule and assemble the tools, equipment, and ingredients required to produce a receipe in an organized and efficient manner. ^ Recipe knowledge, accuracy and execution: Follow recipe procedures to produce food at the appropriate temperature, consistency, texture, flavor, and in a timely manner.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 26Gas Heating Fundamentals^ AIRC 26b course completers will correctly evaluate the sequence of operation for a high efficiency furnace. ^ AIRC 26B course completers will properly evaluate furnace installations
WeldingWELD 90A (VOC)Gas Tungsten Arc Welding^ Demonstrate the application of theoretical knowledge necessary to run different types of filler materials with the GTAW processes on different types of metals. (MO) ^ Recognize differences between welding processes and their industry applications. (MO) ^ Students will be able to perform the required practical projects used in GTAW ^ Students will demonstrate safe usage of welding equipment. ^ Students will solve problems as related to preparing materials prior to welding
CommunicationSPCH 30Gateway to Communication Studies^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will assess various areas of the communication field and choose one specific area for further study. ^ Students will conduct research using a communication database. ^ Students will construct a literature review on one aspect of communication studies. ^ Students will evaluate theoretical components of communication theories. ^ Students will illustrate competence in research in the communication field. ^ Students will synthesize theoretical communication studies and draw conclusions.
Adult Basic EducationBS GEDWRGED Preparation - Language Arts, Writing^ Students will apply the writing process to produce a 1-2 page essay. ^ Students will construct an effective extended response to a prompt. ^ Students will demonstrate proficiency in drawing comparisons between two texts and making inferences. ^ Students will revise documents.
Adult Basic EducationBS GEDMAGED Preparation - Mathematics^ GED students will apply basic number properties to charts and graphs. ^ Students will solve simple and multi-step mathematical word problems. ^ Students will write and simplify ratios and proportions.
Adult Basic EducationBS GEDSCGED Preparation - Science^ Students will describe the earth’s structure, weather, resources and their influence on human life. ^ Students will describe the solar system. ^ Students will draw scientific conclusions from charts, tables, graphs, maps and figures.
Adult Basic EducationBS GEDSSGED Preparation - Social Studies^ Students will interpret historical texts, charts, tables, maps, photographs and cartoons ^ Students will recognize key facts of United States and world history in texts.
BiologyBIOL 1General Biology - GE^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students' developmental learning will be addressed through tailored instruction using clicker technology such that students who are taught in courses using clicker technology will have a greater ability to solve metric problems. ^ An advisory prereq of READ 100 has been added to Bio 1 course outline. It is currently in the queue for review by Ed Design. ^ Assess how population and community dynamics are affected by ecological interactions. ^ Can students answer general questions about community and population ecology and natural selection after completing a related activity in lab? ^ Classify the molecules of living systems and apply basic principles of chemistry to their interaction. ^ Compare and contrast the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in terms of energy transformation in cells. ^ Describe how the systems of the human body interact to maintain homeostasis. ^ Evaluate how life forms duplicate, maintain control, and exhibit hereditary patterns. ^ Explain why evolution is the most all-encompassing scientific explanation for the history of life and the similarities in biochemistry and physiological processes among living things. ^ Relate cell structure and physiology. ^ Students will be able to analyze data and construct a graph of their results in a scientifically appropriate manner. ^ Students' developmental learning will be addressed through tailored instruction using clicker technology such that students who are taught in courses using clicker technology will have greater abilities to understand new terminology through recognizing the meanings of prefixes, suffixes and word roots. ^ Summarize the various types of evidence used to examine evolutionary principles.
ChemistryCHEM 50General Chemistry I^ Chem 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of oxidation-reduction concepts, such as: a. Determining oxidation numbers b. Identifying redox reactions c. Determining the oxidizing and reducing agents in a chemical reaction d. Classifying half-reactions as oxidation or reduction ^ Chem 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of oxidation-reduction concepts, such as: a. Determining oxidation numbers b. Identifying redox reactions c. Determining the oxidizing and reducing agents in a chemical reaction d. Classifying half-reactions as oxidation or reduction ^ Chem 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of solution chemistry such as calculating molarity, making dilutions, and performing stoichiometric calculations. ^ Chem 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of solution chemistry such as: a. calculating molarity b. making dilutions c. performing stoichiometric calculations. ^ Chem 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of solution chemistry such as: a. calculating molarity b. making dilutions c. performing stoichiometric calculations. ^ Chem. 50 students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of oxidation-reduction (redox) chemistry such as calculating oxidation numbers, identifying a redox reaction, finding oxidizing and reducing agents, and recognizing oxidation and reduction half-reactions of a redox reaction. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. This assessment deals with dilutions.
ChemistryCHEM 50HGeneral Chemistry I - Honors^ Chem 50H students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of solution chemistry such as calculating molarity, making dilutions, and performing stoichiometric calculations. ^ Chem 50H students will be able to record measurements from common laboratory devices to the proper precision of each device. ^ Chem 50H students will be able to; a. predict a compound?s water solubility, b. predict a compound?s water reaction and electrolyte classification, c. predict single and double replacement reaction products including, neutralization, gas formation and, d. identify the net ionic equation for a reaction ^ Chemistry experiment and laboratory report: Determine the enthaply of 2 different chemical reactions by preparing, experimenting, calculating, and reporting chemical results properly, using critical thinking in offering suggestions on how to improve results in further experimentation.
ChemistryCHEM 51General Chemistry II^ By using the concept of Le Chatelier’s Principle, students will be able to a. predict the effect that causes the reaction to shift toward products in a gas phase reaction initially at equilibrium. b. predict the correct effect of different stresses on a gas phase reaction at equilibrium c. predict the correct effect of adding a substance that reacts with a component in the equilibrium system of a slightly soluble salt that was used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment d. predict the correct effect (by color of solution) from adding common ion in the aqueous phase equilibrium system used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment e. predict the correct effect (by color of solution) from adding a substance that reacts with a component in the equilibrium system used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment. The questions focused on determining the direction of shift of a reaction upon adding a variety of stresses to a system at equilibrium. Some of the questions related directly to experiences that they had in several lab experiments. ^ By using the concept of Le Chatelier’s Principle, students will be able to a. predict the effect that causes the reaction to shift toward products in a gas phase reaction initially at equilibrium. b. predict the correct effect of different stresses on a gas phase reaction at equilibrium c. predict the correct effect of adding a substance that reacts with a component in the equilibrium system of a slightly soluble salt that was used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment d. predict the correct effect (by color of solution) from adding common ion in the aqueous phase equilibrium system used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment e. predict the correct effect (by color of solution) from adding a substance that reacts with a component in the equilibrium system used in the “Review of Equilibrium Systems” experiment. The questions focused on determining the direction of shift of a reaction upon adding a variety of stresses to a system at equilibrium. Some of the questions related directly to experiences that they had in several lab experiments ^ Chem 51 students will be able to a. determine the equilibrium constant expression (Law of Mass Action) when given a balanced chemical equation b. relate the magnitude of the equilibrium constant to the general position of the equilibrium c. determine the value of the equilibrium constant when given concentrations of reactants and/or products and the equilibrium expression d. apply stoichiometric principles to determine concentrations of reactants and/or products (simple algebraic or quadratic equation method) when given initial conditions, the value of the equilibrium constant, and the equilibrium expression e. apply Le Chatelier's Principle to an equilibrium system to predict the shift in equilibrium position when reaction conditions of concentration, temperature, or volume are changed ^ Chem 51 students will be able to a. examine and predict the effect of common ions on an aqueous equilibrium system b. recognize a buffer solution c. determine pH of a buffer solution d. determine pH of a buffer solution upon addition of a strong acid or base e. determine Kb from a corresponding Ka or vice versa f. determine chemical quantities needed in order to prepare a buffer solution of given pH and acid or base concentration ^ Chem 51 students will be able to a. examine and predict the effect of common ions on an aqueous equilibrium system b. examine and predict the effect of common ions on an aqueous equilibrium system as applied to the Solubility Procudt Constant (Ksp) Experiment c. predicting degree of solubility based on solubility product constants d. calculating the value of the solubility of a solution containing a common ion The questions focused on determination of solubility, understanding the concept of Ksp, and the effects of the common ion effect on solubility. Some of the questions related directly to experiences that they had in several lab experiments. ^ Chem 51 students will be able to determine the order, rate law, and rate constant of a chemical equation based on a. Initial rates vs concentration data and b. Graphical analysis of concentration vs time data ^ Chem 51 students will be able to; a. Examine and predict the common ion effect on an equilibrium b. Recognize buffer a solution c. Determine pH of a buffer solutions d. Determine pH of a buffer solution upon addition of a strong acid or base. e. Determine chemical quantities needed in order to prepare a buffer solution. ^ SLO on Common Ion Effect and Solubility Product Constant (Ksp) focused on the following measureable objectives: 2. Write equilibrium expression for reversible chemical systems. Calculate the equilibrium position, value of the equilibrium constant, and concentrations of all components of the system. 3. Apply Le Chatelier's Principle to systems at equilibrium to predict responses to stresses on the systems. The questions focused on determination of solubility, understanding the concept of Ksp, and the effects of the common ion effect on solubility. Some of the questions related directly to experiences that they had in several lab experiments. ^ Student will be able to understand kinetics ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. The Chem 51 GEO assessment question for Fall 2012 dealt with solubility equilibria and Le Chatelier?s Principle
BiologyANTH 22General Cultural Anthropology^ Students will be able to analyze and describe differences between kinship and nonkinship systems of organization in various societies, as well as the various patterns of political organizations. ^ Students will be able to contrast and compare the universal functions of religion and art in various cultures. ^ Students will be able to contrast and compare the various subsistence patterns required in various environments including methods of exchange and differences in consumption practices. ^ Students will be able to distinguish human language as a unique form of communication. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and describe the influence of American culture on various ethnic groups. ^ Students will be able to examine the field of anthropology and its history as a holistic discipline. ^ Students will be able to explain and analyze the potential influence of culture on personality development, and on the structure of marriage and the motivation for particular marriage rules. ^ Students will be able to explain ethnographic field work and cultural relativism. ^ Students will be able to identify and analyze ethnocentric attitudes and beliefs in themselves and as expressed by others. ^ Students will be able to identify and predict the current and future problems facing humanity. ^ Students will be able to illustrate the evolution of culture through the development of civilization.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 2AGGeneral Physics^ Physics 2AG students will be able to draw a correct rigid body diagram for a typical rigid body problem. ^ Students should be able to measure the acceleration of a falling body. ^ Students will be able to analyze a mass pulley system involving masses, friction and a massive pulley. ^ Students will be able to apply the material from the course to real life situations. ^ Students will be able to correctly write the equation of motion to describe a system involving both translation and rotation. ^ Students will be able to experimentally analyze a two spring – mass system. ^ Students will be able to find the minimum coefficient of friction for a particular equilibrium situation.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 2BGGeneral Physics^ Students will be able to demonstrate the meaning of index of refraction and apply Snell's law of refraction to a problem ^ Students will be able to use electronic equipment to determine the resistance of a resistor. ^ Students will be asked to apply some concept from the course to real life. 70% of the students should be able to make a clear connection between course materials and real life
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 6AGeneral Physics with Calculus^ Analyze and evaluate measured data for accuracy and consistency. ^ Collect experimental data and perform data manipulation and analysis using the proper software. ^ Communicate the results of measurements and of subsequent data analysis, including appropriate use of error propagation, units and significant figures. ^ Construct relationships between physical quantities in the areas of mechanics, fluids, and thermodynamics using experimental results. ^ Integrate diverse physics principles and apply them to problem solving in mechanics, fluids, and thermodynamics. ^ Measure a variety of quantities such as length, time, mass, and temperature using appropriate tools. ^ Perform experiments in the areas of mechanics, fluids, and thermodynamics, oscillations and waves using the scientific method. ^ Physics 6A students will be able to determine the velocity and acceleration of a body using calculus. ^ Physics 6A students will be able to draw a correct rigid body diagram for a typical rigid body problem. ^ Relate the results of experimental data to the physical concepts discussed in the lecture portion of the class.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 6BGeneral Physics with Calculus^ Analyze real-world experimental data, including appropriate use of units and significant figures. ^ Calculate the electric fields and electric potentials at points in space and explain the physical meaning of these calculated results.q ^ Calculate time and distance measurements made in one frame of reference given the time and distance measurements made in a different inertial frame of reference. ^ Determine fractions of initially radioactive samples remaining after some period of time. ^ Experimentally determine focal lengths of convex and concave lens. ^ Explain how emission spectra are produced, and why different elements produce different emission spectra. ^ Interpret patterns in experimental results and draw conclusions from data regarding principle of physics. ^ Physics 6B students will be able to apply Snell's law of refraction to find the index of refraction. ^ Physics 6B students will be able to use electronic equipment to determine the resistance of an unknown resistor. ^ Relate the results of experimental data to the physical concepts discussed in the lecture portion of the class. ^ Solve written qualitative and quantitative problems (at the calculus level) involving electricity, magnetism, light, atomic and nuclear physics. ^ Understand the limitations of classical physics and begin to develop an awareness of the importance of modern physics (i.e. quantum theory and special relativity) in the natural world. ^ Use digital multimeters correctly to determine the current through and voltage across various elements of an electric circuit.
GeographyGEOG 30Geography of California^ Analyze the influence of varying cultural and ethnic groups in the shaping of the cultural landscapes of California. ^ Analyze the relationship between humans and the environment of California. ^ Analyze the use of natural resources in the state, particularly the role of water in the development of both the economic and social landscape of California. ^ Describe the physical processes that shape the natural environments of California. ^ Explain patterns of urban development in the state and distinguish current trends in urban development in California. ^ Explain the origins and development of agriculture and industry in California. ^ Identify and evaluate how human and physical processes differ from place to place and be able to analyze the distributional and locational relationship of things in the state of California. ^ Recognize and evaluate how human and physical processes differ from place to place and analyze the distributional and locational relationship of things in the state of California.
GeographyGEOG 30HGeography of California - Honors^ Analyze the influence of varying cultural and ethnic groups in the shaping of the cultural landscapes of California. ^ Analyze the relationship between humans and the environment of California. ^ Analyze the use of natural resources in the state, particularly the role of water in the development of both the economic and social landscape of California. ^ Describe the physical processes that shape the natural environments of California. ^ Explain patterns of urban development in the state and distinguish current trends in urban development in California. ^ Explain the origins and development of agriculture and industry in California. ^ Identify and evaluate how human and physical processes differ from place to place and be able to analyze the distributional and locational relationship of things in the state of California. ^ Recognize and evaluate how human and physical processes differ from place to place and analyze the distributional and locational relationship of things in the state of California.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 24Geologic Field Studies: Central California^ 1. What is an unconformity? 2. What kind of rock makes up the Sierra Nevada Mountains? 3. What is a glacier? ^ Students will be able to apply primary geological principles. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast geological features between selected central California geological provinces. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and classify major rock types. ^ Students will be able to identify and describe dominant features, geological structures, and processes from regions visited on field trips. ^ Students will be able to interpret central California geologic features using photographic essays.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 25Geologic Field Studies: Southern California^ Students will be able to apply primary geological principles. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast geological features between selected Southern California geological provinces. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and classify common minerals. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and classify major rock types. ^ Students will be able to identify and describe dominant features, geological structures, and processes from regions visited on field trips. ^ Students will be able to interpret Southern California geological features using photographic essays. ^ this course will be offered in fall 2013.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 7Geology of California^ Students will be able to analyze causes and effects of geologic processes in the California provinces. ^ Students will be able to analyze geologic time as it relates to the evolution of the natural provinces of California. ^ Students will be able to analyze how plate tectonics influences the formation and occurrence of minerals, rocks, earthquakes, volcanoes, and landscapes in California. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific thinking and the scientific method to interpret and analyze data to solve geologic problems specific to California. ^ Students will be able to identify earth materials pertaining to California.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 7Geology of the Solar System^ 7. Describe the various processes responsible for creating and altering the surfaces of planets, moons, asteroids, and meteorites. ^ Imagine that you were stranded in the middle of the wilderness. You are able to locate Polaris in the sky to find north. Explain how you could use celestial objects (Sun, moon, stars, planets, etc.) to determine when a day, month, and year had passed. ^ Students will be able to apply basic principles of remote sensing. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast current theories of the origin and evolution of the solar system. ^ Students will be able to describe the geometry and mechanisms of lunar and solar eclipses and lunar phases. ^ Students will be able to describe the major processes operating to shape the surface of the earth. ^ Students will be able to describe the nature of electromagnetic radiation, and demonstrate basic principles of optics. ^ Students will be able to describe the various processes responsible for creating and altering the surfaces of planets, moons, asteroids, and meteorites. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the limitations and types of instruments that characterize space missions. ^ Students will be able to explain the basic motion of planets, with emphasis on the three basic motions of Earth (rotation, revolution, and precession), what causes them and how they can be measured.
KinesiologyKINI 18CGolf - Advanced^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in driving, chipping and putting. ^ Students will benefit from improved technique through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 18AGolf - Beginning^ Student will be able to hit a 100yd shot within 30 yards to target. ^ Student will be able to make a 3 foot putt. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students were asked to chip 5 balls from 20 yards away from the hole and we counted the balls within 15 feet of the hole. ^ Students were asked to Putt 5 balls from 20 feet away from the hole and we gave a point for every ball within 4 feet of the hole. ^ Students will benefit from improved technique through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 18BGolf - Intermediate^ SLO #1 Students were asked to Putt 5 balls from 20 feet away from the hole and we gave a point for every ball within 3 feet of the hole. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students were asked to chip 5 balls from 20 yards away from the hole and we counted the balls within 10 feet of the hole. ^ Students will benefit from improved technique through activity.
KinesiologyKINX 18Golf - Men^ Chipping proficiency from a set distance ^ Proficiency and accuracy with putting from set distance.
KinesiologyKINX 19Golf - Women^ Chipping proficiency from a set distance ^ Proficiency and accuracy with putting from set distance.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 65Grammar Review^ Students will correct common sentence errors. ^ Students will identify parts of speech and parts of sentences.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 100Graphic Design I^ ARTC 100 students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of three important design elements: color, shape, and space. ^ ARTC 100 students will produce composites in Photoshop using effective selection techniques and non-destructive editing. ^ Create thumbnails, sketches, roughs and comprehensives that effectively communicate creative thinking. ^ Critique graphic design projects based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Design original commercial art, combining text and images to successfully communicate messages to a target audience. ^ Employ appropriate technology (hardware, software, and fabrication tools) to produce graphic design projects. ^ Operate effectively within small teams to solve typical graphic design problems. ^ Present original graphic design projects, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts. ^ Produce composites effectively using Photoshop selection techniques.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 120Graphic Design II^ ARTC 120 students will be able to demonstrate basic competency in visually communicating layout ideas via thumbnails, roughs, and comps. ^ ARTC 120 students will be able to produce a creative brief that effectively communicates the nature and scope of a design project. ^ Critique student and professional print design products based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Develop original print design projects. ^ Organize and prepare digital files for production. ^ Prepare digital files for print. ^ Present original print design projects, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts. ^ Propose and justify creative solutions to common print design problems.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 140Graphic Design III^ ARTC 140 students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of two important design principals: balance and contrast. ^ ARTC 140 students will be able to demonstrate competency in using Adobe Illustrator's pen tool. ^ Create thumbnails, sketches, roughs and comprehensives that effectively communicate creative thinking. ^ Critique student and professional illustrations based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Design and produce effective digital illustrations for use in print. ^ Design and produce information graphics. ^ Present original digital illustration projects, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 299Graphic Design Internship^ Examine and analyze roles in the organization. ^ Explain the entry-level and advancement opportunities available in the chosen area of commercial art. ^ Identify skills needed to successfully operate as an individual or within a team to produce commercial art. ^ Produce commercial art according to the standards and direction of site supervisor. ^ Self -assess knowledge and skills gained though the work experience. ^ Student will understand the expectation and value of teamwork. ^ Students will be able to identify their role as an artist in their chosen field.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 220Graphic Design IV^ Critique designs based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Demonstrate creative thinking through the creation of thumbnails, sketches and comprehensives that communicate solutions to design problems. ^ Explain the necessity, purpose, and process of branding and advertising. ^ Present original design projects, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts. ^ Produce effective designs, advertisements, and packaging for use in a variety of commercial art applications. ^ Produce realistic-looking Photoshop composites.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 8Group Process and Leadership^ Students successfullly completing AD 8 will demonstrate competency in basic group counseling skills. ^ Students successfully completing AD 8 will be able to demonstrate 5 specific skills/techniques required as an effective group leader for competency in role-playing situations. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to apply and demonstrate effective group counseling skills. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to compare and contrast interventions for specifically identified problems with resistance and denial.(MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explain group process as a vehicle of personal change. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify and apply various counseling theories and techniques in group settings. (MO)
Child Development, EducationCHLD 84Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings^ Students completing CHLD 84 - Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings will be able to analyze classroom and playground environments that promote positive guidance and limit discipline requirements. ^ Students completing CHLD 84 - Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings will be able to examine and evaluate literature on various attitudes and cultural differences of child rearing, child guidance, discipline theory and approaches. ^ Students completing CHLD 84 - Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings will be able to identify, apply and analyze guidance and discipline procedures appropriate to specific ages and situations. ^ Students completing CHLD 84 - Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings will observe in a classroom setting and analyze the teacher's effectiveness in classroom management and discipline. Students will apply appropriate strategies. ^ Students completing CHLD 84 - Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings will understand children's basic needs, age related characteristics, motivations, and fears which influence behavior using foundational theoretical knowledge.
Adult Basic EducationBS ABE04Guidance and Orientation^ ABE students who attend orientation will be able to describe the matriculation process. ^ ABE students will create an educational plan. ^ GED/Adult high school students will develop an educational plan ^ HSE students will identify program guidelines and requirements.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD07Handcrafted Needlework for Retail Sales and Boutiques^ The students in Handcrafted Needlework for Retail Sales and Boutiques Classes will demonstrate proper cost analysis through completion of a class project ^ The students in Handcrafted Needlework for Retail Sales and Boutiques Classes will demonstrate proper needlework techniques through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Handcrafted Needlework for Retail Sales and Boutiques Classes will demonstrate proper yarn selection for garments through completion of a class project
MusicMUS 3AHarmony A^ Analyze a diatonic figured bass for harmony using Roman numerals and bass position figures. ^ Analyze, using Roman numerals and bass position figures, diatonic passages from Bach-style chorales employing passing tones, neighbor tones and suspensions. ^ Compose music in four-part keyboard and SATB style from Roman numerals, outer voices with Roman numerals, basses with Roman numerals, sopranos with Roman numerals and unfigured outer voices. ^ Embellish four-part writing with passing tones, neighbor tones and single suspensions. ^ Harmonize in four-part keyboard and SATB style a diatonic melody using diatonic triads in any acceptable inversion and the dominant seventh in root position. ^ Locate and classify passing tones, neighbor tones and suspensions in diatonic music employing a chorale texture. ^ Locate and identify contrapuntal errors, voicing errors and line errors in part writing. ^ Locate deviations from normative chord syntax in major and minor chord progressions. ^ MUS 3A students will be able to analyze a diatonic chorale phrase for harmony and non-chord tones. ^ MUS 3A students will be able to realize a diatonic figured bass and analyze its figures for harmony (using Roman numerals). This figured bass may include figures for diatonic triads in any inversion and figures for the dominant seventh chord in any inversion. ^ Realize, in four-part keyboard and SATB style, diatonic figured basses employing the figures 5/3, 6/3, 6/4, 7 and their common variants.
MusicMUS 3BHarmony B^ Analyze a chromatic figured bass for harmony using Roman numerals and bass position symbols. ^ Analyze, using Roman numerals and bass position figures, keyboard music employing secondary function chords, common chord modulations, phrase modulations, sequential modulations and non-chord tones ^ Compose a rounded binary in unembellished SAB or SATB format. ^ Compose music in three and four parts from Roman numerals, outer voices with Roman numerals, basses with Roman numerals, sopranos with Roman numerals and unfigured outer voices using chords with a secondary function and modulation. ^ Compose parallel modulating, parallel non-modulating, contrasting modulating and contrasting non-modulating periods in unembellished SAB or SATB format. ^ Construct secondary function chords in music notation from Roman numerals and figures. ^ Embellish SAB or SATB reductions in a classical style. ^ Harmonize in three or four parts a chorale tune using chromatic chords with a secondary function in modulating and non-modulating progressions. ^ Identify by ear themes and variations chosen at random from an assigned listening list. ^ MUS 3B students will be able to analyze a short passage of Classical or Romantic era piano repertoire for harmony and non-chord tones. This passage will incorporate secondary chromaticism and a common chord modulation to the dominant or mediant. ^ MUS 3B students will be able to realize a chromatic figured bass and analyze its figures for harmony (using Roman numerals). This figured bass may include triadic, seventh chord and single suspension figures in any inversion; it may use diatonic and secondary function chords. ^ Realize in three or four parts a figured bass that employs chromatic chords with a secondary function, with or without sevenths and in any bass position; and 2-3, 4-3, 7-6 and 9-8 suspensions, single or double. ^ Recognize, identify and diagram period, binary and ternary forms. ^ Students will be able to spell secondary function chords.
MusicMUS 3CHarmony C^ Analyze for harmony, using Roman numerals and bass position figures, any chromatic figured bass. ^ Analyze for harmony, using Roman numerals and bass position figures, any music or musical excerpt from the common practice period, including solo music, keyboard music and ensemble music. ^ Compose music in three or four parts from Roman numerals, outer voices with Roman numerals, basses with Roman numerals, sopranos with Roman numerals and unfigured outer voices using advanced chromatic techniques, including mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords, the common tone diminished seventh chord, altered dominants, extended dominants and advanced techniques of modulation. ^ Compose phrases in unembellished SAB or SATB format that modulate to foreign keys using chromatic chords and advanced techniques of modulation. ^ Construct church modes and modes of limited transposition in music notation. ^ Construct mode mixture chords, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords and altered dominants in music notation from Roman numerals and bass position figures. ^ Describe the location and function of each section and subsection of Darcy-Hepokoski Type 3 sonata form. ^ Harmonize in three or four parts a chorale tune using advanced chromatic techniques, including mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords, the common tone diminished seventh chord, altered dominants, extended dominants and advanced techniques of modulation. ^ Identify by ear sonata form sections and subsections for pieces from an assigned listening list. ^ Locate and identify on a printed musical score the sections and subsections of sonata form. ^ MUS 3C students will be able to analyze a short passage of Classical or Romantic era piano repertoire for harmony and non-chord tones. This passage may incorporate secondary chromaticism, common chord modulation, enharmonic modulation, mode mixture and chromatic "voice leading" chords such as the Neapolitan, augmented sixth and common tone diminished chord. ^ MUS 3C students will, upon hearing 10 one-minute excerpts of pre-assigned sonata form repertoire, be able to identify the composer, composition and formal section or sections (slow introduction, exposition, development, recapitulation or coda) spanned by each excerpt. ^ Realize in three or four parts a figured bass that employs mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords, common tone diminished chords and advanced techniques of modulation.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 6Hazardous Materials/ICS^ Analyze, and then conduct scene isolation, scene stabilization and incident control. (MO) ^ Compare and contrast importance of evaluation, non-commitment by the fire department, and total withdrawal procedures. (MO) ^ Describe the various DOT Hazard classifications. (MO) ^ Identify OSHA mandated safety training requirements for employers and employees when handling, storing, and using hazardous materials in the work environment. (MO) ^ Students will be able to identify and describe the difference between flammable, combustible, and toxic materials. ^ Students will understand the importance of the three haz mat zones of operation. ^ Write a technical report on the health dangers within chemical classes, and describe their resultant symptoms during physical human contact. (MO)
School of Continuing EducationVOC HTH05Health Careers Resource Center^ Students enrolled in health occupations programs will use the HCRC to enhance their learning. ^ Students will be satisfied with the resources offered by HCRC.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 64Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children^ Students completing CHLD 64 - Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children will be able to analyze the nutritional needs of children at various ages and evaluate the relationship between healthy development and nutrition. ^ Students completing CHLD 64 - Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children will be able to assess strategies to maximize the mental and physical health of children and adults in programs for all young children in accordance with culturally, linguistic and developmentally sound practice. ^ Students completing CHLD 64 - Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children will be able to evaluate regulations, standards, policies according to Title 22 California Health & Safety Codes. ^ Students completing CHLD 64 - Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children will be able to evaluate regulations, standards, policies and procedures related to health, safety, and nutrition in support of young children, teachers and families. ^ Students completing CHLD 64 - Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children will be able to identify health, safety, and environmental risks in children's programs in the indoor and outdoor environments.
Education for Older AdultsOAD MOX01Healthy Aging^ The students in Healthy Aging classes will at least maintain their individual levels of endurance. ^ The students in Healthy Aging classes will at least maintain their upper-body strength. ^ The students in Healthy Aging classes will at least obtain a score of 60% on their written assessement.
Education for Older AdultsOAD MOX06Healthy Aging - Principles of Aquatic Resistance^ Students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Aquatic Resistance will at least obtain a score of 60% on their written assessment. ^ The students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Aquatic Resistance classes will at least maintain their core body strength. ^ The students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Aquatic Resistance classes will keep their bodies moving to at least maintain their level of endurance.
Education for Older AdultsOAD MOX04Healthy Aging - Principles of Posture and Flexibility^ 50% students in Healthy Aging – Principles of Postures and Flexibility classes will at least maintain their individual level of balance as noted on record sheets maintained in class by the instructor. ^ Students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Posture and Flexibility will at least obtain a score of 60% on their written assessment. ^ The students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Posture and Flexibility classes will at least maintain their individual level of shoulder flexibility (rotator cuff flexibility). ^ The students in Healthy Aging Principles of Posture and Flexibility classes will at least maintain their individual levels of lower back and hamstring flexibility.
Education for Older AdultsOAD MOX11Healthy Aging - Fall Prevention: Balance and Mobility^ Students in Fall Prevention: Balance and Mobility classes will at least maintain their static balance. ^ Students in Fall Prevention: Balance and Mobility will at least maintain their dynamic balance. ^ Students in Healthy Aging - Fall Prevention: Balance and Mobility classes will at least obtain a score of 60% on their written assessment.
Education for Older AdultsOAD MOX02Healthy Aging - Principles of Slow Movement^ 70% of the students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Slow Movement classes will at least obtain a score of 70-79% on their written assessment. ^ Students in Healthy Aging - Principles of Slow Movement classes will at least maintain their individaul levels of balance. ^ Students in the Healthy Aging - Principles of Slow movement classes will at least maintain their individual levels of mobility.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 30Heat Load Calculations and Design^ AIRC 30 course completers will properly conduct a Heat Load calcualtion ^ Course completers will properly select air conditioning equipment
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ALG1High School Algebra 1^ Solve multi- step and word problems, involving linear equations, inequalities and polynomials ^ Solve problems by taking the opposite, finding the reciprocal, taking a root, and raising to a fractional power. ^ Solve quadratic equations by factoring or completing the square. ^ Student will be able to graph and compute the x and y intercepts. Define the region of the linear inequality. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will solve equations by factoring and simplifying.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ALG2High School Algebra 2^ Add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers ^ Algebra 2 students will be able to factor polynomials. ^ Determine the maxima, minima, and zeros of the function from the graph of the quadratic function. ^ Simplify logarithmic numeric expressions ^ Solve quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, or quadratic formula ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ART1High School Art & Creative Expression^ Art A students will be able to select colors that will provide clues about the mood or personality of the main subject. ^ Create a color wheel (or similar device), using relevant color terminology and color theory concepts. ^ Design and create an original drawing and explain the effective use of the elements and principles of art in the work. ^ Explore careers in the field of art and design ^ Research the work and life of a specific artist (research paper, presentation) ^ Students will create a work of art that involves effective use of the principles of design. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will write a formal critique of a work of art.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ART2High School Art 2^ Create a work of art that reflects a feeling or point of view. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Using contemporary technology, design a work of art.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS BIOHigh School Biology^ Biology students will be able to complete illustrations of biological concepts. ^ Describe the components of a eukaryotic cell and their specific role in carrying out cellular processes. ^ Distinguish between bacteria and viruses. ^ Explain the flow of energy through a living system. ^ Explain the relationship between an individual's genotype and phenotype. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the skill of working collaboratively within a laboratory setting in order to demonstrate proficiency in cell biology. ^ Students will be able to explain the role of action potentials and neurotransmitters in producing electrochemical signals. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will use Punnett Squares to predict the possible genotypes and phenotypes of offspring.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS CHEMHigh School Chemistry^ Apply the gas laws to solve problems related to changes in pressure, volume, and temperature. ^ Calculate moles, mass, or molecules of reactants or products in a chemical reaction using stoichiometry. ^ Chemistry students will be able to demonstrate the skill of working productively and collaboratively within a laboratory setting in order to demonstrate proficiency in the properties of matter. ^ Chemistry students will be able to gather data, organize the data, and analyze the data collected within a laboratory setting. ^ Identify periodic trends for atomic size, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ionic size. ^ Identify the type of bond created between two atoms. ^ Students will determine the relationship between mass, moles, number of particles, and the volume of a gas by converting from one to another. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will use the periodic table to determine the number of valence electrons in an atom and the type of bond the atom can form.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS CIVHigh School Civics/American Government^ Analyze the roles and responsibilities of the three branches of government as established by the U.S. Constitution. ^ Evaluate the influence of the media on American political life. ^ Students analyze a major landmark U.S. Supreme Court interpretation and its relevant amendments. ^ Students will analyze the fundamental principles of American democracy as expressed in documents of American democracy. ^ Students will analyze U.S. Supreme Court interpretations of the Constitution and its amendments. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS CPTCHigh School Computer Technology^ Create a new word processing document using at least 16 devices and modifications (insert table, picture, clip art, shapes, chart, header, footer, page number and text boxes; modifications to margins, orientation, size, page color, columns, spacing and page borders, etc.) ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Type a minimum of 35 words per minute with an error rate of 10% of less.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS EASCHigh School Earth Science^ Describe the structure of solar system. ^ Explain evidence for, the theories of , and the mechanisms of plate tectonics. ^ Explain the dynamic processes of oceans. ^ High School Earth Science students will be able to identify the different factors that influence weather and climate. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ECONHigh School Economics^ Economics students will be able creating a report on the 3 major economic systems of the world today. ^ Students will be able to analyze key economic indicators (unemployment, GDP growth, CPI, etc). ^ Students will be able to analyze the influence of the federal government on the American economy. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between fiscal policies and the tools of monetary policy in influencing economic activity. ^ Students will explain common economic terms and concepts. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ENG1High School English 1^ Analyze a historically or culturally significant work of literature (i.e., short story, novel, poem, excerpt, novella, etc.). ^ Apply knowledge of word origins to determine the meaning of new words encountered in reading materials (i.e., literal vs figurative, denotative vs connotative, mythology, etc.) ^ English 1 students will compose a well-thought out and written introduction that supports the necessary details incorporated within the essay. ^ Prepare a bibliography (works cited) of reference materials using a variety of fiction, non-fiction, consumer, workplace, and public documents in MLA format. ^ Students will analyze literature based on the themes of searching for the self, talent, relationships, courage, perseverance, journeys, and visions of the future. ^ Students will construct an essay with all necessary components. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ENG2High School English 2^ Analyze a document (fiction, nonfiction, historical, informational) to determine the key influences (historical, cultural, author beliefs) and effectiveness. ^ Analyze a historically or culturally significant work of literature (i.e., short story, novel, poem, excerpt, novella, etc.). ^ Apply knowledge of word origins to determine the meaning of new words encountered in reading materials (i.e., literal vs figurative, denotative vs connotative, mythology, etc.) ^ English 2 students will compose a well-thought out thesis that is supported by relevant details. ^ Prepare a bibliography (works cited) of reference materials using a variety of fiction, non-fiction, consumer, workplace, and public documents in MLA format. ^ Students will construct an essay with all necessary components. ^ Students will effectively construct and essay with all necessary components based on the California State Standards. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ENG3High School English 3^ Analyze a piece of literature describing the impact of literary devices authors use to convey their point and emotion (i.e., personification, imagery, etc). ^ Analyze grade-level appropriate material based on the author's position/belief. ^ Apply knowledge of word origins to determine the meaning of the word and use these new words as they are encountered in reading materials (i.e., etymology, Greek, Latin, Anglo-Saxon roots, analogies, etc.). ^ Students will construct an essay with all necessary components. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will write a persuasive essay. ^ Write a research investigative report that conveys a well defined perspective and tightly-reasoned argument.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS ENG4High School English 4^ Analyze grade-level appropriate material based on the author's position/belief. ^ Apply knowledge of word origins to determine the meaning of the word and use these new words as they are encountered in reading materials (i.e., etymology, Greek, Latin, Anglo-Saxon roots, analogies, etc.). ^ English 4 students will effectively analyze societal problems and develop appropriate solutions. ^ Students will analyze a piece of literature describing the impact of literary devices authors use to convey their point and emotion (i.e., personification, imagery, etc). ^ Students will compose focused and coherent presentations that convey clear and distinct perspectives and solid reasoning ^ Students will effectively construct an essay with all necessary components. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Write a research report that conveys a well defined perspective and tightly-reasoned argument.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS GEOGHigh School Geography^ Analyze the human bearing on the earth including the diversity of cultural mosaics, patterns of settlement, and the use of resources. ^ Analyze various regions of the earth and locate both physical and political representations on a map. ^ High school geography students will analyze the physical and cultural geography of Latin America ^ High school geography students will be able to describe the physical and human features that geographers study ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS GEOMHigh School Geometry^ Compute areas for basic polygons - squares, rectangles, prallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. ^ Geometry students will be able to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the measure of an unknown side of a right triangle. ^ Given a parallelogram with interior lines and the measures of certain angles, calculate unknown angles using geometric properties and theorems that involve parallel lines cut by a transversal. ^ Given two similar triangles, utilize principles of similarity and congruence to calculate the unknown sides of a triangle. ^ Students solve problems with circles for area, lengths of arcs, degree measures of angles and their related arcs, and lengths of line segments (radii, chords, secant lines, tangents, and diameters). ^ Students will apply theorems involving the properties of parallel lines. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will write geometric proofs.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS HLTHHigh School Health^ Health A students will be able to identify personal stressors and develop a set of strategies to manage them. ^ Students will analyze strategies for disease prevention. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will present a persuasive solution to the problem of alcohol, tobacco, or one other drug used among teens.(presentation, report) ^ Write a nutritionally balanced diet that demonstrates adequate decision-making.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS WRIT1High School Literature and Writing Fundamentals 1^ Students will pass the final exam ^ Write clear and focused paragraphs to accurately address the assigned topic working up to a well-constructed essay.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS WRIT2High School Literature and Writing Fundamentals 2^ Compare and contrast multiple sources of information or genres from the same time period or topic on theme, style, structure, and significance. ^ Students will create and deliver presentations/
Adult Basic EducationBSHS MUSCHigh School Music Appreciation^ Analyze the role of music in past and present cultures throughout the world. ^ Compare and contrast music from different periods. ^ Research an American genre of music and defend their choice of best artist in that genre. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Summarize musical careers; including those in radio, television, and advertising.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS PHSCHigh School Physical Science^ Apply the concepts of motion in a variety of physical situations. ^ Differentiate between physical and chemical properties and changes of matter. ^ Students will differentiate between pure substances and mixtures. ^ Students will pass a cumulative course exam (midterm, final)
Adult Basic EducationBSHS PLNGHigh School Planning and Guidance^ Identify career values, goals, skills, interests and personality types and relate them to jobs or career fields ^ Students will construct a professional resume. ^ Students will create an educational plan ^ Students will develop a personalized budget plan (yearly, monthly, and weekly) based on career and educational goals and decisions. ^ Students will pass the final exam
Adult Basic EducationBSHS PREAHigh School Pre-Algebra^ Pre-Algebra students will solve problems using Order of Operations. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Students will solve problems involving rational numbers.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS PSYHigh School Psychology^ Students will analyze a theory relating to motivation. ^ Students will analyze different theories related to cognitive development. ^ Students will pass a course final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS SOCHigh School Sociology^ Students will analyze issues of social stratification in nonindustrial and industrial societies. ^ Students will analyze social roles and social groups. ^ Students will pass a final course exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS SPN2High School Spanish 2^ Correctly use tu vs. usted when writing sentences, phrases and questions that could be used in formal and informal conversations. ^ Describe family members/friends and what they did during the summer using the present tense and the preterit. ^ Express feelings about their childhood using the imperfect indicative (writing or speaking). ^ Narrate an anecdote or a story using verbs in the present, preterit, imperfect, and future verbs ^ Student will write a well thought out essay in Spanish demonstrating the ability to use a variety of verb tenses (Present, Preterit, Imperfect, future, and conditional). ^ Students will learn about different Spanish speaking countries. a) capital cities b) key cultural information ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS SPN1High School Spanish, Conversation and Writing (Spanish 1)^ Construct sentences using verbs in the present, preterit, imperfect, and conditional of the indicative. ^ Correctly use ser vs. estar. ^ Describe family members/friends' likes and dislikes using the present tense (writing or speaking). ^ Describe his/her weekend using verbs in the preterit (skit, dialogue, writing sample). ^ Describe in writing his/her aspirations for the future. ^ Research a Latin American country and describe popular vacation destinations and the culture of the country. ^ Respond in Spanish to basic personal information. (egs.,Como te llamas?) ^ Students will be able to describe their physical appearance and personality using adjectives and correct pronunciation. ^ Students will describe orally their favorite past times and activities using the verb "gustar" in the correct tense. They will also demonstrate correct Spanish pronunciation. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Write and pronounce numbers up to 100, days of the week, and basic colors.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS SSKHigh School Study Skills^ Locate and accurately use a variety of research materials. ^ Students will develop methods for note-taking. ^ Students will identify their own individual learning style and describe strategies maximize learning. ^ Students will pass the final exam.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS USHSHigh School United States History^ Analyze the political, economic, and social effects of WWI on the homefront. ^ Determine the effects of industrialization on living and working conditions in an urban environment. ^ Students will analyze the American rationale for entering World War II. ^ Students will analyze the causes and effects of the Great Deprsseion. ^ Students will analyze the causes and experiences of the Great Depression. ^ Students will analyze the effects civil rights advocates had on the development of federal civil rights. ^ Students will be able to complete a project that clearly expresses a logical and informed opinion on whether they are more politically conservative or liberal. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ United States History students will demonstrate critical thinking skills by effectively completing a project showing: (a) a clear and concise purpose; (b) analysis of relevant information; (c) a well-reasoned conclusion.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS WHSHigh School World History^ Analyze the causes of World War II ^ Analyze the causes of WWI ^ Analyze the the effects of the Industrial Revolution with regards to technological, massive, social, economic, and cultural change in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. ^ Evaluate significant consequences of WWI. ^ Students will analyze the major causes and effects of the first World War. ^ Students will analyze the Nazi policy of pursuing racial purity. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ World History A students will be able to describe the major concepts of the first World War. ^ World History students will demonstrate critical thinking skills by effectively completing a project showing: (a) a clear and concise purpose; (b) analysis of relevant information; (c) a well-reasoned conclusion. ^ Write a persuasive essay arguing for or against the use of demonstrations, marches, and riots for changing public opinion and policy
DSP&SDSPS LRND2High Tech Center Tutorial/Assistance Class^ Students enrolled in DSPS LERND2 (High Tech Center Tutorial) will meet one or more of the learning, improvement, and/or completion goals they established for the semester. ^ Students in DSPS LERND2 (ATC) who complete the survey will report that the supports of the ATC is helping them make progress towards their goal(s). ^ Students who register for DSPS LERND2 (High Tech Center Tutorial) will continue to attend after their initial orientation. Continued attendance is viewed as indicating the support/instruction provided is beneficial.
HistoryHIST 3HHisotry of World Civilization - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in World History ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of World cultures.
BiologyHT 16Histochemistry/Immunohistochemistry^ Students will be able to compare and contrast methods of immunohistochemical staining and identify the hazards involved. ^ Students will be able to discuss flow cytometry. ^ Students will be able to discuss in situ hybridization. ^ Students will be able to evaluate various enzyme histochemical methodologies. ^ Students will be able to identify antibodies: types, structure, their role in the immune process and how they relate to immunohistochemical staining. ^ Students will be able to perform and evaluate manual enzyme histochemistry. ^ Students will be able to practice various commonly used immunohistochemical staining methods, and evaluate the quality of the staining. ^ Students will be able to review the histology and pathology of muscle. ^ Students will be able to solve common problems encountered in immunohistochemical staining. ^ Students will be able to use of controls and apply the appropriate usage.
BiologyHT 10Histology^ Students will be able to compare and contrast different types of normal connective tissue (including connective tissue proper, cartilage, bone, and blood) with connective tissue displaying pathological conditions. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast different types of normal epithelium with epithelia displaying pathological conditions. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast normal skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle types with muscle tissues displaying pathological conditions. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate proper use and maintenance of the compound microscope. ^ Students will be able to describe cellular components, division and differentiation, stem cells, and levels of maturity of various cell types. ^ Students will be able to distinguish between four primary tissue types: epithelium, connective tissue, muscle, and nervous tissue. ^ Students will be able to identify normal nervous tissue and describe pathological conditions. ^ Students will be able to identify organs within each organ system and describe the normal and pathological histology of these organs. ^ Students will recognize the microanatomy of the basic tissue and organ system tissue types.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 2Historical Geology^ Students will be able to analyze causes and effects of Earth processes in the evolution of life and the Earth's crust using the scientific method and scientific thinking. ^ Students will be able to articulate the concept of deep geologic time using the record of rocks and fossils. ^ Students will be able to describe and categorize sedimentary rocks and construct geologic maps. ^ Students will be able to describe how global tectonics has influenced geography, climate, and evolution of life through time. ^ Students will be able to reconstruct paleogeographic conditions through analysis of biogeochemical data
DanceDN-T 20History and Appreciation of Dance^ Analyze dance in film and live performance. ^ Assess the cross-cultural influences that have shaped theatrical dance. ^ Compare and contrast classical and contemporary periods of theatrical dance. ^ DN-T 20 (History and appreciation of Dance) students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the chronological overview of western theatrical dance from the Renaissance period to the present. ^ DN-T 20 (History and appreciation of Dance) students will gain an appreciation of dance as a performing art. ^ Identify a chronological overview of theatrical dance from renaissance court to present time. ^ Identify major artists of dance periods. ^ Students completing DN-T 20 will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
MusicMUS 15HHistory and Appreciation of Rock and Popular Music - Honors^ Compare and contrast historical, cultural, and socio-political contexts of different musical genres. ^ Critically analyze live concerts or a live video recording of a performance ^ Define the musical characteristics such as form and instrumentation of various different rock styles. ^ Evaluate the sociological trends as reflected in musical styles and song lyrics. ^ Identify important writers and producers of rock music. ^ Identify various people important in the creation of rock music and the musical instruments they play(ed). ^ Synthesize the different musical genres that came together to create rock music, including blues and country, and discuss the continuing influences of those styles on current music.
HistoryHIST 35History of Africa^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in African History ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of African culture.
HistoryHIST 11History of Asia^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in Asian History ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of Asian culture.
HistoryHIST 10History of Asia^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in Asian History ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in Asian history. ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of Asian culture.
Art HistoryAHIS 9History of Asian Art^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and cultures.
Interior DesignID 14 (VOC)History of Furniture and Decorative Arts^ 1. Identify the contributions from antiquity to present that have created historical influences on the decorative arts, furniture and interior architecture. 2. Evaluate the historical, political, social and economic implications that affect design. 3. Identify the social, geographic and religious influences on the decorative arts, furniture and interior architecture. 4. Compare and contrast the architectural concepts of ancient and classic civilizations to current design trends. 5. Identify the major design movements of ancient and classic civilizations to present. ^ Students will successfully apply knowledge of historic design styles accurately through the creation of a notebook. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through the assembly of a notebook. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to complete a written analysis on various historic design styles.
MusicMUS 12History of Jazz^ Compare and contrast soloists associated within the same historical style period. ^ Differentiate between musical styles and performers ^ Discuss the origins of jazz and the cultural and sociological significance of the music. ^ Evaluate and assess the artistic and musical skills of various live performers. ^ Explain general musical concepts including pitch, rhythm, melody, harmony, form and syncopation. ^ Explain musical characteristics and identify musical instruments common to various styles of jazz. ^ Students who complete MUS 12 will be able to identify the jazz style of a piece of music when one minute from each piece is played in class during the final exam. ^ Students who complete MUS 12 will be able to identify the solo or featured musical instrument when one minute of each of two recordings including featured instruments are played in class during the final exam.
Art HistoryAHIS 8History of Medieval Art and Architecture^ Students completing a course in Area C: Arts will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to analyze the role of visual art and culture in art and cultures.
HistoryHIST 19History of Mexico^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in Mexican History ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of Mexican culture.
Art HistoryAHIS 6History of Modern Art^ Analyze the influence of photography on the emergence of Modern art. ^ Analyze the two basic movements in Modern art (abstraction and expressionism) and demonstrate an ability to apply this knowledge to various artists/artwork and cultural trends from the Early Modern period through WWII. ^ Analyze works of art in terms of knowledge acquired through class lecture and discussion, readings and comparison with other works of art. ^ Apply the proper artistic vocabulary in order to describe and analyze works of art. ^ Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of some of the various approaches used in the study and interpretation of Modern and Post-Modern art. ^ Identify works of art, their artistic style and their socio-political and cultural context. ^ Know the various aesthetic criteria by which Modern and Post-Modern art has been evaluated and discuss them in their cultural context. ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate stlyes among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures. ^ Summarize and evaluate the strength of various hypotheses presented in scholarly writings on Western art. ^ Synthesize ideas and knowledge into a written format, striving for clarity of expression,
Art HistoryAHIS 6HHistory of Modern Art - Honors^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
HistoryHIST 44History of Native Americans^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in Native American History ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of institutions--religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of Native American culture.
PhotographyPHOT 15 (VOC)History of Photography^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to analyze the various historical styles within the early photo art movements ^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to contrast early art photography and commercial photography ^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to define the major photographic movements from the early 1800's to mid 1900's. ^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to describe the major early photographic processes. ^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to discuss the social impact photography had in the first decades of its introduction. ^ Students that complete PHOT 15 will be able to identify the major inventors contributing at the inception of photographic processes. ^ Students will recognize at least two major technological events leading to the invention of the first photographic process. ^ The student will recognize the major inventors of the first photographic processes; i.e. Daguerreotype, Calotype, Collodion etc.
Art HistoryAHIS 12History of Precolumbian Art^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Art HistoryAHIS 12HHistory of Precolumbian Art - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 31History of Radio DJs^ Evaluate current radio DJs in order to determine their influences and effectiveness ^ Evaluate the influence DJs have had on radio development ^ Explain how the role of the DJ has changed over the years. ^ Identify and evaluate a variety of DJ styles. ^ Identify and explain the various techniques employed by a number of famous DJs to attract and keep audiences. ^ Students will be able to discuss the careers of at least one famous radio DJ. ^ Students will understand the law as it applies to Payola and Plugola.
HistoryHIST 30History of the African American^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time as those changes effect African Americans within the political/constitutional process. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in the role and place of African Americans in American History.
HistoryHIST 31History of the African American^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time as those changes effect African Americans within the political/constitutional process. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in the role and place of African Americans in American History.
HistoryHIST 40History of the Mexican American^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History effecting Mexican Americans ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of institutions--religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of Mexican American culture.
HistoryHIST 1History of the United States^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History. ^ Students will comprehend the basic elements of the American Constitution, including the Bill of Rights and important Constitutional Amendments relating to the Reconstruction Era and the Progressive Era. Students will understand the significance of the Supreme Court's enforcement of the Constitution.
HistoryHIST 7History of the United States^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History
HistoryHIST 8History of the United States^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History
HistoryHIST 8H History of the United States - Honors^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History
HistoryHIST 7HHistory of the United States - Honors^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History
TheaterTHTR 10History of Theatre Arts^ Analyze processes by which modern dramaturgy has developed. ^ Analyze the process whereby Western theatrical arts developed through theory, architecture, and dramaturgy. ^ Read and analyze representative examples of major Western dramaturgy. ^ Students who complete THTR 10 will be able to explain how the theater reflects its surrounding culture. ^ Students who complete THTR 10 will know the social and political conditions that led to the Golden Era of theater. ^ Students will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression.   ^ Synthesize relationships between the theatrical arts and the contemporary concerns of each period. ^ Synthesize the specific form of dramatic literature to the theatrical concerns of its epoch.
Art HistoryAHIS 4History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic^ Analyze religious iconography in the arts of the Middle Ages and relate it to written sources from the period. ^ Analyze the art and architecture of the Ancient, Classical or Medieval periods in terms of knowledge acquired through class lecture and discussion, readings and comparison with other works of art. ^ Describe the role of magic and ritual in prehistoric art. ^ Identify works of art, their artistic style and their cultural contexts. ^ Recognize benefits and drawbacks of various approaches used in the study and interpretation of Western art. ^ Recognize iconographic themes and discuss them in their cultural contexts. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures. ^ Synthesize ideas and knowledge about Ancient, Classical, or Medieval art and architecture into a written format, striving for clarity of expression, organization and relevance of arguments. ^ Use proper artistic vocabulary to describe and analyze works of art.
Art HistoryAHIS 4HHistory of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements ande differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Art HistoryAHIS 5History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern^ Analyze and synthesize the basic goals of Modern art and explain how it differs in content and style from artistic styles that preceded it. ^ Analyze art in terms of knowledge acquired through class lecture and discussion, readings and comparison with other works of art. ^ Identify the connection between the cultural movements of the Renaissance and the emergence of a naturalistic, idealized and humanized artistic style. ^ Identify works of art, their artistic style and their cultural context in the periods addressed. ^ Recognize benefits and drawbacks of various approaches used in the study and interpretation of Western art. ^ Recognize iconographic themes and discuss them in their cultural contexts. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures. ^ Summarize and evaluate the strength of various hypotheses presented in scholarly writings on Western art. ^ Synthesize ideas and knowledge into a written format, striving for clarity of expression, organization and relevance of arguments. ^ Utilize proper artistic vocabulary to describe and analyze works of art.
Art HistoryAHIS 5HHistory of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 20AHistory of Western Philosophy^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of five major schools of thought. ^ Students completing an assignment in History of Western Philosophy will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their history of philosophy coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 20BHistory of Western Philosophy^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of the founders of the major schools of modern thought. ^ Students completing an assignment in History of Western Philosophy course will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their history of western philosophy coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 20BHHistory of Western Philosophy - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in History of Western Philosophy Honors course will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 20AHHistory of Western Philosophy - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in History of Western Philosophy Honors will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
Art HistoryAHIS 3History of Women and Gender in Art^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Art HistoryAHIS 3HHistory of Women and Gender in Art - Honors^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
HistoryHIST 3History of World Civilization^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in World History ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of World cultures.
HistoryHIST 4History of World Civilization^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in World History. ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of World cultures.
HistoryHIST 4HHistory of World Civilization - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Ara C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression ^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area D2 courses will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in World History ^ Students will be able to identiy through analysis the role of institutions (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in the development of World cultures.
Art HistoryAHIS 11History on African, Oceanic, and Native American Art^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Short Term Vocational (STV)VOC EST 56Home Electronic Systems^ Students will demonstrate the ability to install and program a home-security system. ^ Students will design a layout and set up speakers for a home-theater system. ^ Students will develop a plan to automate the home design they developed for their home security portfolio project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC AGR-GHome Gardening^ The students in Home Gardening will design a garden using proper foliage in regard to shady areas through completion of an individual class project. ^ The students in Home Gardening will design a garden using proper foliage in regard to sunny areas through completion of an individual class project.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 20 (VOC)Horse Behavior and Training^ Course completers will decribe correct methods for handling young horses. ^ Students completing AGLI 20 will understand how horses learn. ^ Students completing AGLI 20 will understand the foundations of training common to multiple disciplines.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 19 (VOC)Horse Hoof Care^ Students completing AGLI 19 will be able to describe common methods of corrective shoeing and their uses. ^ Students completing AGLI 19 will be able to identify various diseases of the foot. ^ Students completing this course will be able to identify the major functional structures of the equine lower limb.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 16 (VOC)Horse Production^ Students completing AGLI 16 will be able to distinguish between different breeds of the modern horse. ^ Students completing AGLI 16 will be able to explain the structural changes that occured during the evolution of the horse. ^ Students completing AGLI 16 will be able to follow the vaccination schedule recommended by the American Association of Equine Practitioners.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 18 (VOC)Horse Ranch Management^ Course completers will develop and implement a health plan for a breeding program with the resources available. ^ Course completers will explain laws and legislations regulating horse farms and businesses. ^ Students completing AGLI 18 will be able to develop a business plan for a proposed equine facility.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 1 (VOC)Horticultural Science^ GEO- Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. ^ Students completing AGOR 1 will be able to correctly identify the nutrients required to correct nutrient deficiencies in plants. ^ Students completing AGOR 1 will be able to describe climatic and microclimate interactions and how they influence plant growth. ^ Students completing AGOR 1 will be able to explain concepts related to plant structure and function. ^ Students completing AGOR 1 will be able to explain how different types of soils can be managed to improve plant growth
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 64Hospitality Financial Accounting I^ Develop a Balance Sheet for a hospitality operation. ^ Develop an Income Statement (P&L) for a hospitality operation.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 66Hospitality Law^ Analyze a hospitality civil case and determine the facts, elements of negligence, possible consequences and outcomes. ^ Identify and differentiate the four sources of law.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS WREXHS Expository Writing^ Construct an essay with all necessary components ^ Revise an essay, focusing on logic, and structure and tone in ways that are consistent with purpose and genre. ^ Students will pass the final exam. ^ Write an essay that is well-organized in an appropriate and effective pattern that structures ideas in a sustained and persuasive way.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS INMA1HS Integrated Math 1^ Find perimeter and area of parallelograms, triangle, trapezoids, rhombus, and kites by applying formulas. ^ Solve and explain system of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS INMA2HS Integrated Math 2^ Add, subtract, multiply, and factor polynomials ^ Prove triangles similar and examine similarities in right traingles.
Adult Basic EducationBSHS READHS Reading^ Analyze narrative and expository texts using comprehension strategies that include main ideas, drawing conclusions, making judgments, distinguishing fact and opinion, and determining cause and effect. ^ Students will pass the final exam
CISCISW 17HTML, CSS & JavaScript Programming^ Students completing CISW 17 - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript will be able to design dynamic web pages using JavaScript. ^ Students completing CISW 17 - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript will be able to design web pages using tables and multimedia objects.
BiologyANAT 35Human Anatomy^ After taking Anat 35 students can give the name location, origin and insertion of muscles. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate accurate dissection technique and identification of important muscles, viscera, blood vessels and nerves in the cat, and structures of the sheep brain, eye and heart. ^ Students will be able to describe the structure of organs at the histological level. ^ Students will be able to identify bone markings and their normal variations on human specimens. ^ Students will be able to locate and describe the major organs of the mammalian body. ^ Students will be able to master muscle anatomy and give the name location, origin and insertion of muscles. ^ Students will be able to master the anatomy of the Human Skeletal System including names of bones, whether a paired bone is from the left or right side of the body, and diagnostic features of bones. ^ Students will be able to recognize and describe the fundamental classes of tissues and distinguish between tissue types within each class. ^ Students will be able to review the organization of each organ system and describe and define its components. ^ Students will be able to sequence pathways of movement and flow in such organ systems as circulatory, nervous, reproductive, digestive and respiratory systems.
GeographyGEOG 2Human Geography^ Analyze the spatial expression and cultural impacts of contemporary globalization. ^ Analyze the spatial variation of humans and their activities around the world. ^ Describe human impacts on the environment including impacts of the use of renewable and non-renewable energy resources. ^ Describe the distribution of humans globally and explain the tools used by geographers to evaluate human population change. ^ Describe the scope of the discipline of geography and the tools used by geographers to study human processes on the earth. ^ Describe the tools and theories used in geographic research. ^ Evaluate the relationship of humans and the environment. ^ Explain spatial variation of and describe patterns of cultural and social expression including language, religion, ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality, political processes, urbanization, development, agriculture, manufacturing and service economies. ^ Synthesize theories of human migration to explain historical and contemporary patterns of human mobility.
GeographyGEOG 2HHuman Geography - Honors^ Analyze the spatial expression and cultural impacts of contemporary globalization. ^ Analyze the spatial variation of humans and their activities around the world. ^ Describe human impacts on the environment including impacts of the use of renewable and non-renewable energy resources. ^ Describe the distribution of humans globally and explain the tools used by geographers to evaluate human population change. ^ Describe the scope of the discipline of geography and the tools used by geographers to study human processes on the earth. ^ Describe the tools and theories used in geographic research. ^ Evaluate the relationship between humans and the environment. ^ Explain spatial variation of and describe patterns of cultural and social expression including language, religion, ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality, political processes, urbanization, development, agriculture, manufacturing and service economies. ^ Synthesize theories of human migration to explain historical and contemporary patterns of human mobility.
BiologyANAT 36Human Physiology^ Apply tools of the scientific method including data acquisition (conventional and computerized), simple statistical analysis, and presentation of data to reporting of data collected in laboratory activities. ^ Collect and analyze ECG data. ^ Describe key interactions between organ systems, including acid and base regulation, fluid balance, and metabolic regulation. ^ Determine the number of ATP produced in the complete aerobic respiration of either a triglyceride, a simple sugar, or any combination thereof. ^ Explain the mechanisms of cellular, cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular, sensory, digestive, renal, and reproductive physiology, and the regulation of these mechanisms. ^ Make predictions and draw conclusions which demonstrate physiological principles of physical transport, bioenergetics, hemodynamics, cardiovascular and respiratory dynamics, digestive enzyme kinetics, and renal function. ^ Predict changes in normal physiological pathways that occur in common pathologies. ^ Predict the outcomes of laboratory exercises according to concepts, principles, and laws discussed in the course.
BiologyANAT 40AHuman Prosection^ Demonstrate laboratory practices and procedures in place to ensure a safe laboratory environment and ethical treatment of anatomical specimen. ^ Demonstrate muscles of each body region on a human cadaver specimen to other anatomy students. ^ Demonstrate precise prosection technique while exposing superficial and deep muscles of the human body at the gross level. ^ Identify and explain anatomical variations and abnormalities in deep and superficial muscle between human specimens. ^ Separate the muscles of the human body and identify their origin, insertion and principle action.
BiologyANAT 40BHuman Prosection^ Demonstrate internal structures, blood vessels, and nerves of each body region on a human cadaver specimen to other anatomy students. ^ Demonstrate precise prosection technique while exposing internal organs, blood vessels, and nerves of the human body at the gross level. ^ Identify and explain anatomical variations and abnormalities in internal organs, blood vessels, and nerves between human specimens. ^ Identify, locate, dissect and describe the major organs of the human body while prosecting a human cadaver. ^ List the structures and describe the organization of each organ system while prosecting a human cadaver. ^ Sequence pathways of movement/flow in organ systems such as circulatory, nervous, reproductive, digestive and respiratory.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 60 (VOC)Human Relations in Business^ I am able to analyze social perception ^ I am able to define organizational culture, socialization and mentoring ^ I am able to review motivational theories related to organizational behavior
BiologyBIOL 13Human Reproduction, Development and Aging^ Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students will able to summarize the biophysical, cognitive, and psychosocial development of infants, toddlers, children, adolescents and adults, and factors that influence these developmental areas. ^ Students will be able to describe cell division, and the principles of genetics, with special emphasis on their impact on human development. ^ Students will be able to describe male and female sexual anatomy and physiology, including sex hormones and their actions. ^ Students will be able to discuss the impact of death in our Western culture, and how we deal with dying, death, loss and bereavement. ^ Students will be able to explain conception, embryological and fetal development, and the birth process, as well as problems that may arise in any of these stages. ^ Students will be able to explain the major developmental theories and scientific methods used to study development. ^ Students will compare and evaluate opposing positions on a controversial issue in lifespan development.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 62 (VOC)Human resources Management^ I am able to develop interviewing skills ^ I am able to explain theory and practical application of Equal Employment Opportunity current employment laws ^ I am able to write a job description and job specification
BiologyBIOL 15Human Sexuality^ Students demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being ^ Students will compare and evaluate opposing positions on a controversial issue in human sexuality. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
BiologyBIOL 15HHuman Sexuality - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students will be able to analyze controversies related to current issues in sexual science, and construct reasonable solutions/compromises. ^ Students will be able to compare and evaluate opposing positions on a controversial issue in human sexuality. ^ Students will be able to describe common sexual disorders and therapies, and the sexual abilities and needs of disabled people. ^ Students will be able to describe common variations in sexual behavior. ^ Students will be able to describe how cultural values and ethics influence human sexuality. ^ Students will be able to describe male and female sexual anatomy, physiology and sexual response. ^ Students will be able to describe the events of pregnancy, delivery, and how to enhance the birth of a healthy baby. ^ Students will be able to discuss issues of power, violence and commercialization of sexuality. ^ Students will be able to explain behavioral aspects of human sexuality, regarding gender, relationships and communication. ^ Students will be able to explain sexuality over the lifespan. ^ Students will be able to explain the multi-faceted aspects of sexual orientation. ^ Students will be able to judge the validity of sexual research. ^ Students will be able to locate seminal articles related to a field of sexology and critically evaluate the subsequent progression of data and hypotheses. ^ Students will be able to outline the advantages and disadvantages of various family planning methods. ^ Students will be able to outline the characteristics of major sexually transmitted diseases. ^ Students will be able to synthesize data collected from a literature review, meta-analysis and/or original research in an area of interest related to human sexuality.
BiologyBIOL 6Humans and the Environment^ Integrate ecological principles into everyday thought and apply them to decision- making. ^ Appraise the complexities of the biological and environmental problems confronting humans. ^ Contrast the laws of matter and thermodynamics and assess their connections to pollution. ^ Evaluate the "J"-shaped curves of increasing population, natural resource use and pollution with respect to their ability to disrupt the earth's life support system. ^ Evaluate the concept of carrying capacity as it relates to the earth's resources and matter recycling systems. ^ Evaluate the task of moving from simplistic, linear thinking to circular, cybernetic thinking that is harmonious with the ecological cycles that sustain us. ^ Examine the differences between a frontier society and a sustainable earth society. ^ Illustrate the basic ecological concept that everything living and non-living is interconnected. ^ Students will develop intelligent activism in efforts to save the environment from deterioration. ^ Students will learn ecological principles, differentiate which ecological principles relate to specific ecological situations inspected in class and/or determine the relevance of environmental science to their daily lives
BiologyBIOL 6LHumans and the Environment Laboratory^ Illustrate a flow chart of an urban water reclamation plant. ^ Analyze and evaluate the pros and cons of resource recycling. ^ Analyze information and describe the effects of nuclear weapons on the abiotic and biotic environment. ^ Analyze the ecological principles presented in a variety of environmental articles. ^ Assess the potential problems of abused ecosystems and describe these problems. ^ Examine and evaluate the biological and social values of the Mt. San Antonio College Wildlife Sanctuary and other ecological reserves. ^ Examine the process of energy production from waste resources. ^ Select appropriate ecological principles from the textbook and integrate these principles in preparing written field notebooks. ^ Students will learn ecological principles, differentiate which ecological principles relate to specific ecological situations inspected in lab and determine the relevance of environmental science to their daily lives ^ Students will summarize and evaluate in writing critical ecological concerns regarding Mt. San Antonio College?s Wildlife Sanctuary ^ Summarize and evaluate critical ecological concerns along the Southern California coast. ^ Summarize the characteristics of California native plant communities.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 52 (VOC)Hydraulics^ Students completing this course will be able to identify component and parts of hydraulic systems on farm and landscape equipment ^ will learn to identify hydraulic symbols used in hydraulic schematics
Fire TechnologyFIRE 108ICS 300: Advance Incident Command^ Identify the fundamental components of the incident command structure ^ Identify the ICS forms needed to conduct an effective incident planning meeting
American LanguageAMLA 24Idiomatic English^ AmLa 24S Students will demonstrate greater confidence when using idioms in spoken English. ^ On exiting the course, students will be able to define literal vs. figurative language ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate idioms. ^ Students will demonstrate comprehension of level-appropriate proverbs. ^ Students will recognize correct usage of thirty-five common English idioms. ^ Students will score better on a 35 question test which measures the ability to recognize correct usage of common English idioms.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 165Illustration^ ARTC 165 students will be able to demonstrate the ability to evaluate peer work via written critiques. ^ ARTC 165 students will be able to describe the history of illustration and its application to various fields. ^ Create original illustrations that interpret the visual world. ^ Describe the history of illustration and its application to various disciplines. ^ Develop skill in the use of tools and materials, which are common to the field. ^ Discuss, analyze, and evaluate personal and professional illustration projects in both written and oral critiques. ^ Identify principles, problems, and practices relevant to illustration. ^ Synthesize the formal art elements and principles of design with illustration skills and techniques in varying pictorial formats that range from simple to complex.
LAC - InstructionalREAD 70Improving Reading Comprehension^ 1. Students will be able to explain own schema for approaching narrative text. ^ 2. Students will be able to use structural organization to explain narrative text. ^ 3. Students will be able to use vocabulary stategies appropriate to narrative text. ^ 4. Students will be able to recognize connections among ideas in a narrative text. ^ 5. Students will be able to question narrative text at a variety of comprehension levels. ^ 6. Students will be able to demonstrate awareness of demands for reading narrative text. ^ 60% of students completing READ 70 will be able to explain their vocabulary strategy choice a given narrative text as measured by a rubric constructed by reading faculty as a “meets standard” level in all areas measured. ^ 70% of students will demonstrate the effectiveness of their chosen vocabulary strategy by accurately using their word in context. ^ Faculty will examine and determine consistent and effective approaches to teaching Word Concept Mapping to READ 70 students. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students.
LAC - InstructionalLERN 81 (VOC)Improving Writing Skills^ Students will increase how much they value writing and be able to be able to articulate the value of writing in their lives by making real world connections. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to adapt their learning strategies to their writing. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to apply structure to their writing. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to respond to a given assignment. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to self-evaluate their own writing process. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to self-evaluate their own writing product. ^ Students in LERN 81 will be able to utilize writing resources.
DanceDNCE 33Improvisation^ DNCE 33 (Improvisation) students will be able to execute the 5 energies of improvisation. ^ Students will demonstrate partner and group awareness through performance of improvisational partner exercises.
School of Continuing EducationVOC HTH18In-Home Care of Alzheimer's and Dementia Clients^ Students will demonstrate effective skills for communicating with dementia clients. ^ Students will identify safety concerns and strategies related to dementia clients.
Business AdministrationBUSR 57Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate Investment^ Students completing BUSR 57 - Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate Investment will understand the importance of an assets tax basis. ^ Students completing BUSR 57 - Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate Investment will understand the method of depreciating (cost recovery) of real estate for tax purposes
MusicMUS 16Individual Instruction ^ Demonstrate interpretative skills. ^ Demonstrate regular practice habits. ^ Memorize music for performance ^ Music 16 students will be able to perform the 12 major scales on their instrument. We ran this test for two years, starting with the major scales and then added the minor scales in the second year, patterning the requirements of majors set by CSU, Fullerton. After analyzing the results from 2006-07 (see SLO 2006-07), we created a Music Major handbook and have attached some of the sections from that document to the documents page (handbook example). ^ Perform representative repertoire using good stage presence. ^ Students who complete MUS 16 will be able to demonstrate proficiency at playing technical exercises as assigned by the private teacher. ^ Students who complete MUS 16 will be able to preform from one to three pieces of music or songs learned during the semester, as requested by the faculty jury. ^ Use appropriate playing or singing techniques.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 54A (VOC)Industrial Circuits Theory^ Analyze various parameters of industrial components and basic circuits. ^ Compare and contrast various DC and AC motor controls. ^ Compare and contrast various principles of power sources. ^ Define common industrial electronic terms. ^ Explain circuit applications of various industrial components and basic circuits. ^ Explain circuit operation of various industrial electronic components. ^ Explain operation and applications of various transducers. ^ Identify various principles of optoelectronic components. ^ Measure circuit parameters for various motor control circuits. ^ Students will be able to explain the operation of industrial electronic components in circuits ^ Students will be able to make comparative assessments of direct-current (DC) motor controls
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 54B (VOC)Industrial Electronic Systems^ Compare and contrast PLC programming methods. ^ Define common industrial electronic terms. ^ Demonstrate PLC programming methods. ^ Differentiate number systems and codes used with common PLCs. ^ Explain circuit operation of various industrial electronic circuits. ^ Explain system applications of various industrial electronic circuits. ^ Identify Programmable Logic Controller components. ^ Students completing ELEC 54B will be capable of assessing the quality of a programmable logic control (PLC) program. ^ Students completing ELEC 54B will be prepared to produce a ladder logic diagram for the control of an industrial process. ^ Students will be able to describe the key operational advantages of a PLC factory environment, including input, output, and communication protocols. ^ Synthesize the program (software) to the appropriate hardware electrical connection.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 73Infant/Toddler Care and Development^ Students completing CHLD 73 - Demonstrate how to assess key elements in a high quality infant and Toddler environment ^ Students completing CHLD 73 - Describe how attachment and brain development are crucial to Infants and Toddler development ^ Students completing CHLD 73 - Relate observations to theory, principles and practice ^ Students completing CHLD 73 -Identify developmentally appropriate caregiving practices for Infants and Toddlers. ^ Students completing CHLD 73 -Recognize the necessity of responsive caregiving as it relates to curriculum
Child Development, EducationCHLD 85Infants at Risk^ Students who complete CHLD 85 - Infants at Risk will be able to appraise prenatal risk factors and recommend appropriate interventions. ^ Students who complete CHLD 85 - Infants at Risk will be able to explain the in utero and neonatal problems associated with exposure to drugs and alcohol. ^ Students who complete CHLD 85 - Infants at Risk will be able to list key features of legislation related to serving families with at-risk infants.
LibraryLIBR 1Information Resources and Research Methods^ Students will be able to evaluate information sources based on a set of criteria. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the reliability of information sources. ^ Students will be able to prepare accurate citations for various sources.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 104Instructional Methodology^ Identify levels of instruction ^ Identify the four-step method as it relates to cognitive and psychomotor training
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 252Instrument Ground School^ Analyze aircraft instruments to assure that each instrument is functioning properly ^ Calculate and complete an instrument flight planning log using aircraft performance data, instrument routing, weather data, and flight computer ^ Diagram an instrument holding pattern and compute an appropriate holding pattern entry ^ Examine departure situations, including analysis of aircraft equipment requirements for IFR flights. ^ Explain the minimum flight instruments required for instrument flight ^ Students will be able to diagram holding patterns and holding pattern entries using a variety of radio navigation systems. ^ Students will be able to plan IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) cross country flights.
MathMath 70SIntegrated Intermediate Algebra^ Answer questions regarding observational and experimental statistical studies. ^ Graph functions of linear, quadratic, radical, exponential, and logarithmic forms. ^ Solve linear inequalities. ^ Solve linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic equations. Solve linear systems of equations. ^ Solve problems involving the interpretation of linear, quadratic, rational radical, exponential and logarithmic graphs. ^ Solve problems involving the simplification of linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions. ^ Students will describe the characteristics of the distribution of a quantitative variable. ^ Students will distinguish observational from experimental research studies and give appropriate conclusions to them. ^ Students will graph linear equations. ^ Summarize univariate statistical data graphically and numerically. ^ Use correct statistical terminology and notation.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 24 (VOC)Integrated Pest Management^ Course completers will be able to formulate and implement a complete Integrated Pest Management program for a specific site. ^ Students completing AGOR 24 will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation ^ Students successfully completing this course will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Laws and Regulations of California Department of Pesticide Regulation ^ Successful completers will be able to identify local pests and disorders of trees, turf, and ornamental landscapes.
MathMath 110SIntegrated Statistics^ Compute probabilities from continuous probability distributions ^ Determine probabilities, mean, standard deviation from discrete and probability distributions ^ Distinguish between data types and appropriate numerical and graphical summaries ^ Distinguish between experimental and observational studies and appropriate conclusions ^ Explain the basic concepts of probability theory and calculate probabilities. ^ Perform statistical inference for estimation and hypothesis testing. ^ Students will be able to use sample statistics to develop a confidence interval for population parameters. ^ Use correct statistical terminology and notation. ^ Using bivariate data, students will be able to determine the strength, form, and direction (when linear) of a relationship between two variables. ^ Using sample statistics from one or more samples, students will be able to test a claim made about a population parameter. ^ Utilize computer technology to aide in the solution of statistical analyses. ^ Validate methods of sampling
CommunicationSPCH 7Intercultural Communication^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will define culture. ^ Students will demonstrate cultural sensitivity in conflict management ^ Students will evaluate their own intercultural competencies ^ Students will examine cultural factors that influence perceptions. ^ Students will examine the relationship between communication and culture. ^ Students will feel more confident.
CommunicationSPCH 7HIntercultural Communication - Honors^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will define culture. ^ Students will demonstrate cultural sensitivity in conflict management ^ Students will evaluate their own intercultural competencies ^ Students will examine cultural factors that influence perceptions. ^ Students will examine the relationship between communication and culture. ^ Students will feel more confident.
Interior DesignID 52Interior Design Laboratory Studies^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of a space. ^ Students will successfully design a space based on a concept. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Interior DesignID 50Interior Design Specialized Studio^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of a space. ^ Students will successfully design a space based on a concept. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Interior DesignID 39Interior Design Studio 2^ 1. Create a visual language based on concept development. 2. Develop and critique concepts diagrams. 3. Integrate concepts into planning design decisions. 4. Assess and apply commercial codes applications. 5. Sketch and render graphic depictions of space. 6. Present projects in a professional manner. 7. Debate current issues and ethics that impact the field of interior design. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of a space. ^ Students will successfully design a space based on a concept. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Interior DesignID 29Interior Design Studio I^ 1. Utilize design process to integrate design concepts and develop solutions for design projects. 2. Design and draw floor plans. 3. Determine relationships of design elements and principles in conceptual two-dimensional and three-dimensional design and interior spaces. 4. Synthesize legal code requirements and universal design in planning interior spaces. 5. Use CAD computer technology. 6. Select and utilize appropriate equipment and materials for design projects. 7. Apply color theories and systems to design projects. 8. Select and coordinate interior furnishings, finishes, and materials. 9. Present projects that reinforce concepts orally, graphically and in writing. 10. Demonstrate time management skills. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of a space. ^ Students will successfully design a space based on a concept. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 15 (VOC)Interior Landscaping^ Course completers will be able to identify and explain appropriate irrigation practices for interior applications. ^ Course completers will be able to interact with clients in a professional manner. ^ Course completers will be able to recognize and explain the benefits of plants in the interior.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 52Intermediate Accounting^ I am able to interpret accounting statements ^ I am able to prepare a balance sheet ^ I am able to prepare an income statement
MathMath 71Intermediate Algebra^ Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and factor polynomials. ^ Apply the binomial theorem. ^ Construct, interpret and analyze graphs for the following: linear and quadratic equations, conic sections, linear inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, and both linear and non-linear systems. ^ Define a function and its domain and range. ^ Evaluate and perform operations on exponential and logarithmic functions. ^ Evaluate and perform operations on radical terms, expressions containing rational exponents, and complex numbers. ^ Evaluate series. ^ Find the domain of a function involving rational or radical expressions. ^ Find the equation of a line given facts about the line. ^ Find the inverse of a function. ^ Find the values of a sequence. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations on functions. ^ Rationalize denominators. ^ Simplify and perform operations on rational expressions. ^ Simplify complex fractions. ^ Solve applications involving the quadratic equations. ^ Solve applications using equations in one variable. ^ Solve applications using linear systems. ^ Solve compound inequalities. ^ Solve linear systems in two and three variables. ^ Solve literal equations. ^ Solve non-linear systems in two variables. ^ Solve polynomial and rational inequalities. ^ Solve the following types of equations in one variable: polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic. ^ Students will be able to solve a wide variety of equations without being told what type of equation they are solving. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use the rules for exponents to simplify expressions. ^ Use the square root property, completing the square, quadratic formula, and factoring methods to solve quadratic equations and others that are quadratic in form.
MathMath 71AIntermediate Algebra - First Half^ Use the rules for exponents to simplify expressions. ^ Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and factor polynomials. ^ Construct, interpret and analyze graphs for the following: linear and quadratic equations, linear inequalities, and linear systems ^ Define a function and its domain and range. ^ Find the domain of a function involving rational expressions. ^ Find the equation of a line given facts about the line. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations on functions. ^ Simplify and perform operations on rational expressions. ^ Simplify complex fractions. ^ Solve applications involving polynomial and rational equations. ^ Solve applications using linear systems. ^ Solve compound inequalities. ^ Solve linear inequalities. ^ Solve linear systems in two and three variables. ^ Solve literal equations. ^ Solve the following types of equations in one variable: polynomial, absolute value, and rational. ^ Students will be able to factor a wide variety of polynomials. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
MathMath 71BIntermediate Algebra - Second Half^ Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and factor polynomials. ^ Apply the binomial theorem. ^ Construct, interpret and analyze graphs for the following: linear and quadratic equations, conic sections, linear inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, and both linear and non-linear systems. ^ Define a function and its domain and range. ^ Evaluate and perform operations on exponential and logarithmic functions. ^ Evaluate and perform operations on radical terms, expressions containing rational exponents, and complex numbers. ^ Evaluate series. ^ Find the domain of a function involving rational or radical expressions. ^ Find the equation of a line given facts about the line. ^ Find the inverse of a function. ^ Find the values of a sequence. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform operations on functions. ^ Rationalize denominators. ^ Simplify and perform operations on rational expressions. ^ Simplify complex fractions. ^ Solve applications involving the quadratic equations. ^ Solve applications using equations in one variable. ^ Solve compound inequalities. ^ Solve linear systems in two and three variables. ^ Solve literal equations. ^ Solve non-linear systems in two variables. ^ Solve polynomial and rational inequalities. ^ Solve the following types of equations in one variable: polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic. ^ Students will be able to graph a wide variety of functions and conic sections. ^ Students will be able to solve a wide variety of equations without being told what type of equation they are solving ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use the rules for exponents to simplify expressions. ^ Use the square root property, completing the square, quadratic formula, and factoring methods to solve quadratic equations and others that are quadratic in form.
WeldingWELD 70B (VOC)Intermediate Arc Welding^ Explain safe and efficient operation of welding equipment. (SLO/MO) ^ Interpret charts as a reference to select filler materials for welding. (MO) ^ Students will be able to utilize different welding processing for welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions for quality products. ^ Students will demonstrate machine setups for SMAW & FCAW processes. ^ Students will demonstrate safe operation of welding equipment. ^ Use vocabulary of terms and conditions related to the welding trades. (MO)
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 160Intermediate CAD^ Students will be able to create 3D models and the necessary views for production. ^ Students will be able to develop drawings using parametric solid modeling technology. ^ Students will be able to graphically represent technical designs, using accepted standard practices.
Foreign LanguageCHIN 3Intermediate Chinese^ Students will be able to recall of different aspects of verbs ^ Students will be able to recognize Chinese characters, words and comprehend the reading materials through the application of grammatical patterns they acquired. ^ Students will be acquainted with basic facts about the Chinese culture as taught in a intermediate level class. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ The students will comprehend the target language.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 53Intermediate Conversational French^ Students will be able to orally communicate with other students in the target language in created situations. ^ Students will identify aspects in history/art/social & cultural practices and social & cultural practices of the target culture of interest to them and share with the class in an oral presentation.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD11Intermediate Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales^ The students in Intermediate Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper brushing techniques through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Intermediate Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper color mixing techniques through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Intermediate Decorative Art Production for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper cost analysis by pricing a class project.
Fine ArtsARTG 21BIntermediate Exhibition^ Students will be able to design an exhibition promotional package. ^ Students will be able to prepare an exhibition promotional package.
Foreign LanguageFRCH 3Intermediate French^ Students will be able to answer questions about the French culture. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the cultures of several francophone countries as taught in an intermediate level course. ^ Students will be able to talk about past, present or future events in their own and other people's lives. ^ Students will be able to understand and apply most intermediate level structural concepts and rules. ^ Students will be able to understand intermediate level written texts. ^ Students will be able to write (using somewhat creative language) about present, future, past and hypothetical events. ^ Students will find the vocabulary words from a reading as it is presented in context. ^ Students will present sketches in class using the vocabulary and grammar as presented in context.
Foreign LanguageGERM 3Intermediate German^ Students will be able to identify key elements of the German culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Future Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will present sketches in which they demonstrate their oral proficiency in grammar and understanding of German culture. ^ Students will read a text related to one of the topics from chapters 9-12 in Treffpunkt Deutsch. ^ Students will read a text related to the topics from chapter 11 in Treffpunkt Deutsch ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
MusicMUS 23BIntermediate Guitar^ Demonstrate skillful dominant hand techniques in playing polyphonic music using both rest and free strokes. ^ Demonstrate skillfull subordinate hand technique in playing polyphonic music. ^ Interpret pieces performed based on stylistic period. ^ Perform pieces from memory. ^ Play guitar duets. ^ Sight read musical pieces. ^ Students who complete MUS 23B will be able to identify any note on the treble clef, including those on ledger lines, within the guitar pitch range in two enharmonically equivalent ways. ^ Students who complete MUS 23B will demonstrate their ability to play two assigned pieces of music from the textboook used in the course using appropriate technique.
Foreign LanguageITAL 3Intermediate Italian^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context. ^ Students will be able to answer questions about Italian culture. ^ Students will be able to compose a three paragraph essay in which they independently use the present subjunctive correctly ^ Students will be able to read a text on a familiar topic fluently. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Future Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
Foreign LanguageJAPN 3Intermediate Japanese^ Japanese 3 students will demonstrate their comprehension of a paragraph containing Japanese 2 vocabulary and grammer at a intermediate level (See ACTFL Proficiency Guidalines) ^ Students will be able to answer questions about the Japanese culture. ^ Students will be able to recall the short forms of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate writing ability by composing simple sentences related to everyday topics, based on the vocabularies and sentence structures they have learned. ^ Students will present sketches in class using the vocabulary and grammar as presented in context. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 102Intermediate Newswriting^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics. ^ Students will write an in-depth news story.
Fine ArtsARTD 46BIntermediate Painterly Printmaking^ Students will generate a variable edition of multi-color monoprints.
MusicMUS 17BIntermediate Piano^ Students who complete MUS 17B will demonstrate their ability to play natural, harmonic, and melodic minor scales in at least one octave, right hand alone, in the keys of a minor, d minor, and e minor. ^ Students who complete MUS17B will demonstrate their ability to play two assigned pieces of music from the textbook used in the course.
Fine ArtsARTD 43BIntermediate Printmaking in Intaglio/Relief^ Student will acquire knowledge of relief/intaglio printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 43B curriculum. ^ Students will create original works which combine intaglio and relief processes. ^ Students will register multiple color matrices in relief or intaglio prints.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 3Intermediate Spanish^ As a result of taking this course, the students will be able to comprehend and identify certain cultural aspects of Mexico, Columbia, Venezuela, Nicaragua, la Republica Dominicana and El Salvador. ^ In an embedded quiz, 80% of students will have at least 80% correct answers, which reflect their understanding of the reading. ^ Students will be able to recall the forms of the Present Subjunctive Mode/Tense of Regular and Irregular Verbs. ^ Students will demonstrate correct usage of the present indicative versus present subjunctive. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of various cultural aspects in several Hispanic countries. These countries will include Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, República Dominicana, El Salvador, Honduras, Paraguay, and Uruguay. ^ Students will read and comprehend the vocabulary as presented in context.
MusicMUS 20BIntermediate Voice^ Correctly identify musical terms utilized on songs. ^ Correctly pronounce foreign text while singing. ^ Demonstrate breathing (breath control), posture, resonance, flexibility, and enunciation. ^ Interpret songs from different style periods. ^ Perform selections at varying tempi, including adagio, moderato, and allegro. ^ Perform songs in a foreign language from memory. ^ Sight read musical compositions. ^ Students who complete MUS 20B will be able to demonstrate appropriate phrasing, dynamics, diction, and expression within their song presentation. ^ Students who complete MUS 20B Will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform two (2) songs of differing styles from memory as assigned from the class curriculum.
Business AdministrationBUSL 20International Business Law^ Students completing BUSL 20 - International Business Law will be able to evaluate international regulations. ^ Students completing BUSL 20 - International Business Law will be able to distinguish between doing business domestically and doing business internationally.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 83International Cuisines^ Plan a food production schedule and assemble the tools, equipment, and ingredients required to produce a receipe in an organized and efficient manner. ^ Recipe knowledge, accuracy and execution: Follow recipe procedures to produce food at the appropriate temperature, consistency, texture, flavor, and in a timely manner.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 17Internet Radio and Podcasting^ Analyze the connection between traditional radio and Internet radio. ^ Correctly prepare a podcast for transmission. ^ Create and apply Internet radio and podcast programming. ^ Demonstrate an understanding of the development of Internet radio and podcasting. ^ Demonstrate the ability to apply for music and content licensing. ^ Demonstrate the ability to utilize audience principals in gaining listenership. ^ Demonstrate the ability to work within the changing arena of regulation and control of non-traditional radio. ^ Demonstrate the application of streaming audio. ^ Develop interactive strategies between Internet radio and traditional radio. ^ Evaluate tradition radio content for Internet application or podcasting. ^ Students will be able to correctly prepare a podcast for transmission. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the differences between terrestrial and Internet radio.
Education for Older AdultsVOC CPNETInternet Research ? An Introduction^ Students in Internet Research - An Introduction will complete a class project displaying the students Internet search techniques. ^ Students in Internet Research - An Introduction will display through a class project ability to manage e-mails.
Interior DesignID 38Internship in Interior Design^ Students enrolled in ID 38 - Internship in Interior Design will create learning objectives related to their educational or career goal. They obtain approval and accomplish their goals during the internship ^ Students enrolled in ID 38 - Internship in Interior Design will successfully complete their Learning Objectives with the assistance of their supervisor. ^ Students will successfully complete required hours
Interior DesignID 48Internship in Kitchen and Bath^ Students enrolled in ID 48 - Internship in Kitchen & Bath will successfully complete their Learning Objectives with the assistance of their supervisor. ^ Students enrolled in ID 48 - Internship in Kitchen & Bath will create learning objectives related to their educational or career goal. ^ Students wills successfully complete required hours
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 13Internship/Seminar^ Students successfully completing AD 13 will be able to identify the role of the intern in the clinical facility. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to assess and analyze the techniques used by professionals in the field of substance abuse treatment. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify and apply ethical and legal requirements for addictions counselors. (MO)
CommunicationSPCH 26Interpersonal Communication^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to formulate suitable conflict management strategies for interpersonal conflict. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well being. ^ Students will evaluate their self concept. ^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will improve their interpersonal listening skills.
CommunicationSPCH 26HInterpersonal Communication - Honors^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to formulate suitable conflict management strategies for interpersonal conflict. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well being. ^ Students will evaluate their self concept. ^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will improve their interpersonal listening skills.
Sign LanguageSIGN 231Interpreting^ Given a English narrative successfully give a functional equivalent message in ASL in a consecutive mode. ^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting.
Sign LanguageSIGN 250Interpreting with Classifiers^ Be able to identify and use 13 mouth morphemes in ASL with accuracy and success. ^ Given a sequence of visual events, students will correctly identify appropriate classifier predicates in terms of type of movement root and classifier handshape.
School of Continuing EducationVOC RDTECIntravenous Therapy for Radiologic Technology^ Students will safely perform venipunctures.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 01Intro to Broadcasting^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of professionals in the entertainment industry. ^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ Analyze regulations of electronic media. ^ Define commonly-used electronic communication technology. ^ Describe the technical evolution of electronic media. ^ Identify key developments in the history of major U.S. electronic media industries, especially their evolution as social, political, and economic forces in U.S. society. ^ Identify the business structure and revenue streams for each medium. ^ Identify the principal means of economic and political support for different electronic media, and discuss their impact.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 10 (VOC)Intro to Mechatronics^ ELEC 10 students will be able to recognize standard symbols used in electronic schematic diagrams. ^ ELEC 10 students will demonstrate proficiency in the assembly of an electromechanical system
BiologyANAT 10AIntrodcutory to Human Anatomy^ Students' developmental learning will be addressed through tailored instruction using clicker technology such that students who are taught in courses using clicker technology will have a greater ability to solve metric problems. ^ 75% of students will solve metric-metric and metric-English problems. ^ Describe the functional classes of tissues, and distinguish between tissue subtypes. ^ Describe the structure of the major organs of the human body at the tissue level. ^ Identify and describe structures of the eukaryotic cell. ^ Identify and locate major bone markings on all human bones and determine which side of the body a bone belongs to. ^ Identify body cavities and their contents. ^ Locate and describe the major organs of the human and cat. ^ Review the organs/structures in each organ system and describe the components of each. ^ Sequence functional pathways in organ systems such as circulatory, nervous, digestive, respiratory, musculoskeletal, and reproductive systems. ^ Students will understand 75% of the new terminology through recognizing the word roots, prefixes, and suffixes. ^ Students' developmental learning will be addressed through tailored instruction using clicker technology such that students who are taught in courses using clicker technology will have greater abilities to understand new terminology through recognizing the meanings of prefixes, suffixes and word roots. ^ Use anatomical regions and directional terms to describe positions and relative positions in the human body.
3D AnimationANIM 130Introduction to 3-D Modeling^ Create a complete scene from photographic reference using all acquired 3D modeling techniques. ^ Create UV maps and apply simple textures and materials on hard-surface objects. ^ Critique polygonal modeling projects based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Plan, organize, and execute large scale modeling projects that include over 200 independent objects. ^ Students will be able to animate a bouncing ball in 3D Computer Graphics, using squash and stretch deformers, create movements to convey gravity and weight of a bouncing ball. ^ Students will be able to refine the ball?s squash and stretch animation with the Graph Editor. ^ Use appropriate tools and techniques to produce polygonal objects of varying complexity (hard-surface based and organic based) that can be used in games and animation media.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 5Introduction to Astronomy^ Imagine that you were stranded in the middle of the wilderness. You are able to locate Polaris in the sky to find north. Explain how you could use celestial objects (Sun, moon, stars, planets, etc.) to determine when a day, month, and year had passed. ^ Kepler's law of planetary motion ^ Students will be able to analyze electromagnetic radiation. ^ Students will be able to classify and identify meteorites based on their visual properties. ^ Students will be able to compare the three motions of the earth and predict the motion of objects in the sky due to these motions. ^ Students will be able to explain stellar evolution. ^ Students will be able to explain the motion and phases of the Moon, as well as the mechanism of eclipses. ^ Students will be able to identify and explain the basic motion of the planets. ^ Students will be able to relate the major structures of the universe to specific units of measurement. ^ Students will be able to summarize and evaluate current theories of the origin and evolution of the solar system. ^ Students will be able to summarize and evaluate our current understanding of cosmology.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 5HIntroduction to Astronomy-Honors^ Imagine that you were stranded in the middle of the wilderness. You are able to locate Polaris in the sky to find north. Explain how you could use celestial objects (Sun, moon, stars, planets, etc.) to determine when a day, month, and year had passed. ^ Student will be able to classify types electromagnetic radiation. ^ Students will be able to classify and identify meteorites based on their visual properties. ^ Students will be able to compare the three motions of the earth and predict the motion of the sky due to these motions. ^ Students will be able to evaluate and discuss the merits of proposed astronomical instruments (telescopes, satellites, etc.). ^ Students will be able to explain stellar evolution. ^ Students will be able to explain the motion and phases of the Moon, as well as the mechanism of eclipses. ^ Students will be able to identify and explain the basic motion of the planets. ^ Students will be able to identify current developments in astronomy and understand their significance. ^ Students will be able to relate the major structures of the universe to specific units of measurement. ^ Students will be able to summarize and evaluate current theories of the origin and evolution of the solar system. ^ Students will be able to summarize and evaluate our current understanding of cosmology.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 29Introduction to Audio Production for Film and Television^ Students will be able to separate sound from a 2-minute video clip, re-edit the dialog, music and sound effects of the clip, and recombine it with the video while keeping all dialog and sound effects in sync.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 120Introduction to CAD^ Students will develop a portfolio of industry standard drawings in CAD. ^ Students will be able to create CAD drawings and prototypes using given specifications. ^ Students will be able to evaluate software for effectiveness in drawing appropriate scales on drawings.
KinesiologyKIN 19Introduction to Care/Prevention of Activity/Sports-Related Injuries^ Analyze the involvement of the elbow during throwing and how it predisposes young athletes to injury. ^ Apply therapeutic modalities and how they affect athletic injury treatment. ^ Assess flexibility and understand injury predisposition. ^ Assess spine injury and observe the importance of preventing further injury during spine boarding. ^ Demonstrate the ability to assess lower leg injuries by watching and noting each others biomechanics during standing and walking. ^ Demonstrate the knowledge of ankle injuries by participating in rehabilitation exercises and athletic taping. ^ Describe overhead throwing patterns after reviewing the text and video on proper throwing mechanics. ^ Identify various Southern California weather conditions and how they impact physical activity and athletic health. ^ Students will be able to perform a basic injury evaluation. ^ Students will demonstrate proficient skill in the various tape and wrap techniques. ^ Understand the roles and responsibilities of the certified athletic trainer.
PsychologyPSYC 15Introduction to Child Psychology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social institutions and human behavior. ^ Analyze key physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes from the birth through adolescence. ^ Analyze the psychological implications of the developmental stages. ^ Apply physical (including changes in the brain), cognitive, and psychosocial (social, emotional and personality) changes throughout childhood (infancy through adolescence) to explain children's behavior. ^ Compare theories of child psychology. ^ Define the process of conception and the prenatal period. ^ Describe and evaluate methodology used to assess child psychology (including cross-sectional, longitudinal, and sequential). ^ Explain child and adolescent psychological disorders and therapies ^ Recognize ethical issues concerning research with minors.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 15Introduction to Cinema^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
CounselingCOUN 1Introduction to College^ Students will be able identify 2 Student Service Areas and their function. ^ Students will be able to explain the differences between the academic programs at Mt. SAC (i.e. degrees, certificates, transfer). ^ Students will identify 2 Student Services and how they will assist in their academic success.
CounselingCOUN 1HIntroduction to College - Honors^ Students will be able identify 2 Student Service Areas and their function. ^ Students will be able to explain the differences between the academic programs at Mt. SAC (i.e. degrees, certificates, transfer). ^ Students will identify 2 Student Services and how they will assist in their academic success.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 5Introduction to Criminology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to apply a sociological understanding to assess how race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and age affect victimization patterns, arrest rates, charges, sentencing, and treatment of criminals. ^ Students will be able to use criminological theories and research to analyze of the nature, extent, and causes of crime and delinquency. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of criminology.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 5HIntroduction to Criminology - Honors^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to apply a sociological understanding to assess how race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and age affect victimization patterns, arrest rates, charges, sentencing, and treatment of criminals. ^ Students will be able to use criminological theories and research to analyze of the nature, extent, and causes of crime and delinquency. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of criminology.
DanceDN-T 18Introduction to Dance^ Compare and contrast different dance forms through performance and written evaluation. ^ Demonstrate knowledge of various dance forms. ^ DN-T 18 (Introduction of Dance) students will gain an appreciation of dance as a performing art. ^ DN-T 18 (Introduction to Dance) students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of various multicultural dance forms. ^ Identify basic dance forms. ^ Improve general physical condition through participation in the dance activities. ^ Understand criteria to critique dance performances.
Child Development, EducationEDUC 10Introduction to Education^ Explain the recent changes in elementary school teacher preparation bases for teacher assessment, status and work conditions, as well as supply and demand for teachers in the 21st century. ^ Identify the reasons for entering the teaching profession, conditions of teaching and the characteristics of contemporary teachers; assess personal readiness for entering the teaching profession.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMT 90-AIntroduction to EMS System^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Perform CPR and basic airway management skills for healthcare providers (HCP) to American Heart Association (AHA) standards. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to Check vital signs in a lab setting, including identifying normal and abnormal vital sign parameters. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to perform a scene survey, properly utilizing resources and distinguishing safe from unsafe scenes. Perform a basic patient assessment of medical and trauma patients
Physics & EngineeringENGR 1Introduction to Engineering^ Engineering 1 students will be able to design an appropriate educational plan for their time at Mt SAC, in preparation for transfer. ^ Students will be able to apply engineering ethics principles to decisions pertaining to public safety. ^ Students will be able to create course sequence plans for engineering or surveying majors ^ Students will be able to describe advantages of engineering and surveying degrees as a preparation for careers in medicine, law, and business administration. ^ Students will be able to evaluate engineering majors to find the best fit for abilities and interests. ^ Students will be able to locate information on Fundamentals of Engineering and Land Surveyors-in Training examinations. ^ Students will be able to plan proper course sequences for transition to a four-year institution. ^ Students will be able to produce resumes and cover letters.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 18Introduction to Engineering Graphics^ Students will be able to apply geometric construction principles to engineering problems. ^ Students will be able to determine the proper position of objects for auxiliary views. ^ Students will be able to draw a spiral with instruments. ^ Students will be able to draw three orthographic views of a given object. ^ Students will be able to identify and use drafting instruments. ^ Students will be able to prepare orthographic, isometric, and oblique drawings. ^ Students will be able to select the best orientation for isometric views.
Fine ArtsARTG 21AIntroduction to Exhibition Productions^ Students will apply visual arts terminology in oral and written communication. ^ Students will be able to identify compositional styles used in the visual arts.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 8 (VOC)Introduction to Fashion^ After completing this course, students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of core fashion terminology by relating specific terms to photos and illustrations. ^ After completing this course, students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the fashion industry trend research process through the development of a trend research and forecasting project.
Administration of JusticeADJU 50Introduction to Forensics for Criminal Justice^ 70% of the students will describe in detail three main tasks required of the first officers arriving at a crime scene. ^ 70% of the students will describe the roll of a forensic expert in the legal system.
CISCISP 61Introduction to Game Programming^ Students completing "Introduction to Game Programming" will be able to design 2D and 3D games ^ Students completing 'Introduction to Game Programming" will be able to create simple game using different IDEs.
CISCISP 61LIntroduction to Game Programming Lab^ Students will be able to apply coloring and texturing techniques to the game ^ Students will be able to Implement scenes and designing projects using the following: shaders, graphics pipelines, character movement, and texturing
2D Animation and GamingANIM 131Introduction to Gaming^ MO1: Demonstrate ability to organize digital assets required for a short game, in a manner that is easy to decipher, and manage. ^ MO2: Demonstrate ability to plan a short game production, and track it through its completion using a simple production planning system. ^ MO3: Demonstrate ability to conceive, design, and create game mechanics for an intended gameplay experience in a computer game. ^ MO4: Shows evidence of understanding the need of the game developer to continually communicate with the player. ^ MO5: Shows ability to implement a short game project, including all the aspects of the development: game design, art assets creation, sound design, coding, bug fixing, testing, and create a working build of the game. ^ MO6: Demonstrate ability to conceive, design, create art assets, interface with a vendor site, and produce a working board game. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the following four game types: 1. Shoot-em-ups, 2. First person shooter, 3. Strategy games, 4. Puzzle games ^ The students will be able to use the elements of story by presenting synopses of games utilizing simplicity, consistency, suspense, and fairness.
ChemistryCHEM 40Introduction to General Chemistry^ CHEM 40 students will be able to assign a molecular geometry of linear, bent, trigonal planar, trigonal pyramidal, or tetrahedral to a given molecule. ^ Chemistry 40 students will be able to apply the principles of stoichiometry to calculate the quantities of any component in a balanced chemical reaction equation. ^ Chemistry 40 students will be able to interpret information and determine the sub-atomic particles and structure of atoms, isotopes and ions. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. This assessment involved using household chemicals to identify counterfeit currency. ^ This GEO assessment was based on the topic of the Household Chemicals experiment and the following questions were selected: In the Household Chemicals experiment, you observed one of the reactions between iodine and starch. The counterfeit banknote detection pen is a device used to by businesses to detect fake bills. The pen uses iodine-based ink to detect authenticity. Keep in mind that all US dollar bills are printed on paper made out of cotton fibers which do not contain starch while counterfeit bills are usually printed on paper containing some starch. In your own words (in five sentences or less) describe what would happen when ink from a counterfeit banknote detection pen writes on real United States bills versus a counterfeit bill. Please describe what kind of observation you would expect to witness. Would you be able to detect a counterfeit banknote?
GeographyGEOG 10 (VOC)Introduction to Geographic Information Systems^ Analyze case studies of geographic problems and the procedures used to solve them. ^ Apply principles of geographic data display to GIS problems. ^ Assess procedures necessary for spatial problem solving through the implementation of a method or tool. ^ Communicate the results of GIS analysis through appropriate maps, documents and web pages. ^ Construct and maintain computer GIS files. ^ Construct simple spatial databases. ^ Demonstrate the ability to communicate the results of GIS analysis through appropriate maps, documents and web pages. ^ Describe the fundamentals of cartography and the importance of map projections in constructing effective maps. ^ Explore GIS career opportunities in a discipline specific field. ^ Manipulate geographic data and the fundamentals of geographic data structures ^ Perform simple spatial data analyses using appropriate software. ^ Perform simple spatial data analysis using appropriate software. ^ Perform simple spatial data analysis using appropriate software. ^ Use desktop GIS software.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 4Introduction to Gerontology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of gerontology.
BiologyHT 1Introduction to Histotechnology^ Students will be able to describe regulatory and accrediting agencies that set standards for histotechnology laboratories. ^ Students will be able to describe the essential functions necessary for admission and participation in the Histologic Technician Training Program. ^ Students will be able to develop an educational plan (with assistance from counseling faculty) to complete the program and prepare a portfolio to record program progress and skills acquired. ^ Students will be able to identify program admission requirements, essential functions, course requirements, clinical work experience, program policies and procedures, and certification. ^ Students will be able to identify the role of the histotechnician in tissue sample preparation in clinical, research, veterinary, and other histology laboratories. ^ Students will be able to identify the steps in tissue processing that all tissue specimens undergo from arrival in the laboratory to the completed report. ^ Students will be able to list the equipment and reagents needed to process routine tissue specimens. ^ Students will be able to use the internet to locate histotechnology journals, newsletters, conferences, and support resources to be used in subsequent courses and future careers. ^ Students will be informed of the courses required for the Histotechnician training program. ^ Students will set up an employment portfolio for use throughout the program
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 51Introduction to Hospitality^ Identify a recognized hospitality leader and accurately describing type of leadership style adopted by this leader and the characteristics that made them successful. ^ Locate a current hospitality job, write a report on the prospective employer, write a cover letter and resume.
PsychologyPSYC 17Introduction to Human Services^ Achieve more clarity in one's own desire to pursue a career in Human Service. ^ Apply modalities to interacting and communicating with clients. ^ Differentiate models of human service delivery. ^ Evaluate how the following factors affect services clients receive: culture, language, financial status, intellect, educational level, physical ability, mental health, age, gender, sexual orientation.
BiologyMICR 26Introduction to Immunology^ Students will be able to analyze and evaluate various immunological assays as to their utility for a particular application. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast direct and indirect methods of identifying antibody bound to antigen. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast innate and adaptive immunity. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast MHC Class I and II and their respective roles in the presentation of intracellular and extracellular antigen. ^ Students will be able to describe the role of antigen presenting cells in eliciting an effective immune response to bacterial and viral infection. ^ Students will be able to describe the use of antibodies in identifying specific antigen in tissue slides. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the contributions of B and T lymphocytes in the specific immune response. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the nature and efficacy of physical and chemical barriers of the innate immune response. ^ Students will be able to examine the structure of the five classes of immunoglobulins and evaluate the role of the specific and nonspecific structural regions relative to immune function. ^ Students will be able to formulate an hypothesis for the treatment of insulin dependent diabetes mellitus using immunotherapy based on an understanding of immune system structure and function. ^ Students will be able to interpret the results of laboratory tests utilizing the following techniques; ELISA, Western Blot, and immunoradial diffusion ^ Students will be able to validate the role of typing and cross-matching in solid organ transplantation.
Interior DesignID 10 (VOC)Introduction to Interior Design^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the final project. ^ Students will successfully design a space to which required contents are presented accurately. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking in the design of a space.
Interior DesignID 10LIntroduction to Interior Design Laboratory^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the 3D models project. ^ Students will successfully design 3D models based on Design Terminologies ^ Students will successfully design 3D models to which required contents are presented accurately.
Political SciencePOLI 9Introduction to International Relations^ Analyze and evaluate key topics such as globalization, conflict, cooperation, diplomacy, international law, human rights, and international political economy. ^ Analyze the relationship between social, political and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Define, explain, analyze and compare core theories in International Relations and explain which theory best describes international relations and why. ^ Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the United Nations, World Trade Organization, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Cold War and its aftermath, the politics of the Middle East and American foreign policy. ^ Describe the International Relations concept Levels of Analysis and argue which level, or levels, best explains and analyzes international relations. ^ Describe the roles of national, international, transnational and sub-national actors in promoting or hindering international cooperation. ^ Explain the impact of important historical events on the contemporary study of international relations and world politics. ^ Explain two theories of International Relations and argue which theory best explains International Relations and support said theory with appropriate evidence. ^ Students demonstrate comprehension of two theories of International Relations, able to argue which theory best explains International Relations support said argument with appropriate evidence.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 40Introduction to Interviewing and Counseling^ Demonstrate awareness of personal skills in the helping professions. (mo) ^ Determine where and in which circumstances particular counseling skills and methods are most applicable and appropriate. (mo) ^ Develop one-on-one counseling skills in mock counseling sessions. (mo) ^ Identify personal prejudgement and therapeutic responses to working with individuals from a different race, ethnic, religious, educational, socio-cultural background. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 40 will demonstrate use of active listening. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 40 will use appropriate therapeutic communication tools in an interview scenario. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 40 will utilize interviewing techniques to attain data to assist with problem identification. ^ Use helping micro skills including nonverbal skills, listening skills, reflecting, paraphrasing, challenging, and goal setting. (mo)
LibraryLIBR 1AIntroduction to Library Research^ Students will be able to evaluate information sources based on a set of criteria. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the reliability of information sources. ^ Students will be able to prepare accurate citations for various sources.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 70Introduction to Lodging^ Establish room rates based on desired profits using the Hubbart formula. ^ Identify staffing needs for a hotel Front Desk based on occupancy, level of activity, and budget constraints.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 230Introduction to Mechanical Principles^ Students will be able to design CAD based mechanical devices that demonstrate a common mechanical principle ^ Students will be able to evaluate off-the-shelf components and devices in terms of their mechanical purpose and match component and device specifications with design requirements. ^ Students will be able to integrate existing components and devices into mechanical design solutions.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 14Introduction to Modern Poetry^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
MusicMUS 13Introduction to Music Appreciation^ Critically analyze live or recorded musical examples. ^ Identify musical compositions or performances. ^ Recognize and define musical elements relating to rhythm, melody, dynamics, tone color, and harmony and identify concepts in musical examples. ^ Recognize major composers of each style period, including the Classical and Baroque eras, and identify aspects of their lives that affected their music. ^ Students will be able to accurately relate the musical elements of a work to its structure and/or compositional techniques, including but not limited to programmatic content and form. ^ Students will be able to aurally identify the instruments of the symphony orchestra. ^ Students will understand the cultural and social trends of the major style periods in music history (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical/Enlightenment, Romantic, Modernism, and Postmodernism), and relate these issues to the critical analysis of a musical work. ^ Students will understand the musical trends of the major style periods in music history (Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical/Enlightenment, Romantic, Modernism, and Postmodernism), and relate these issues to the critical analysis of a musical work.
MusicMUS 13HIntroduction to Music Appreciation - Honors^ compare and contrast the reception of a musician (or a group of musicians) in different ethnic and nationalistic cultures within a historical period ^ identify trends (i.e. reception, repertoire) within a period ^ Students who complete MUS 13H will be able to identify the style period (medieval, Renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, 20th century, or 21st century) during which each of three pieces of music was composed when one minute from each piece is played in class during the final exam. ^ Students who have completed MUS 13H will be able to identify the solo or featured musical instrument when one minute of each of two recordings including the instruments are played in class during the final exam. ^ to accurately relate the musical elements of a programmatic work to its narrative
MusicMUS 9Introduction to Music Technology^ Apply knowledge of digital audio file formats, storage media and modes of digital transmission to transport and disseminate sound. ^ Apply knowledge of the physics of sound to generate a variety of musical timbres using software synthesizers ^ Explain the history of music technologies from the advent of sound recording to the present. ^ Recognize, use and explain basic audio terms and concepts. ^ Students who complete MUS 9 will be able to hook up a condenser microphone to a small road mixer (such as the Mackie 1202), trim the signal to an optimal level and route that signal to the main output. ^ Students who complete MUS 9 will be able to manipulate digital audio and MIDI using music production software. ^ Use a MIDI controller and sequencing software to create and modify MIDI song files. ^ Use a multitrack digital audio editor to modify and combine sound samples. ^ Use music notation software to generate printed music from MIDI data.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 36Introduction to mythology^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Nutrition & FoodNF 1Introduction to Nutrition as a Career^ Students completing NF 1 - Introduction to Nutrition as a Career identify career options in dietetics using at least two different communication platforms. ^ Students completing NF 1 - Introduction to Nutrition as a Career will be able to evaluate an assigned dietetic internship program. ^ Students completing NF 1 - Introduction to Nutrition as a Career will demonstrate effective oral communication skills by delivering in-class oral presentations and interviewing members of the profession.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyOCEA 10Introduction to Oceanography^ Course embedded short answer questions. ^ see att doc ^ Student will be able to interpret / apply the effect of oceanographic processes. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific terms and the scientific method in analyzing ocean processes and the results of those processes. ^ Students will be able to describe distinctive properties of the water molecule and show how these properties relate to the physical and chemical properties of seawater. ^ Students will be able to describe how atmospheric circulation influences ocean circulation (surface currents, waves, upwelling, etc.); explain how physical and chemical factors of the ocean affect weather and climate. ^ Students will be able to describe how atmospheric circulation influences ocean circulation. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the human impact on the ocean, especially in coastal areas and in relation to global climate change ^ Students will be able to explain how physical and chemical factors of the ocean affect global and local weather and climate in the past, present and future. ^ Students will be able to provide examples of ways in which modern knowledge of the ocean was achieved through use of the scientific method. ^ Students will be able to summarize the geologic time scale, and apply it to the age of the Earth and ocean.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyOCEA 10HIntroduction to Oceanography - Honors^ Course embedded short answer questions. ^ Student will be able to interpret / apply the effect of oceanographic processes. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific terms and the scientific method in analyzing ocean processes and the results of those processes. ^ Students will be able to describe distinctive properties of the water molecule, and show how those properties relate to the physical and chemical properties of seawater. ^ Students will be able to describe how atmospheric circulation influences ocean circulation. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the human impact on the ocean, especially in coastal areas and in relation to global climate change. 8. Identify and explain current developments in oceanography and their scientific significance. ^ Students will be able to explain how physical and chemical factors of the ocean affect global and local weather and climate in the past, present and future. ^ Students will be able to explain how volcanic eruptions, weathering, erosion, sedimentation, and the motion of tectonic plates are responsible for the origin and character of Earth's ocean. ^ Students will be able to provide examples of ways in which modern knowledge of the ocean was achieved through use of the scientific method.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyOCEA 10LIntroduction to Oceanography Laboratory^ (1) SLO: The student will be able to calculate the velocity of tectonic plates given appropriate geophysical data. (2) SLO: The student will be able to explain the origin of lithogenous and biogenous sediment. (3) SLO: The student will be able to calculate the velocity of a wave. (4) SLO: The student will be able to determine ocean floor physiography using a bathymetric map. (5) SLO: The student will be able to analyze ocean salinity data.Generally, which locations exhibit the highest surface salinities? ^ Students will be able to analyze and interpret oceanographic data and interpreting ocean processes such as those responsible for differences in salinity, temperature, density, and changing climate. ^ Students will be able to apply simple mathematical formulas and tools to determine rate of motion of tectonic plates, physical characteristics of ocean waves (e.g. velocity), bathymetry, and chemical characteristics of seawater. ^ Students will be able to apply the scientific method in analyzing oceanographic data and interpreting ocean processes. ^ Students will be able to collect and analyze ocean salinity, temperature, water depth, and pH data. ^ Students will be able to describe the steps involved in obtaining results in a scientific investigation. ^ Students will be able to interpret information displayed in graphs, tables, charts, and maps.
CISCISP 62Introduction to OpenGL ^ After completion of CISP62 students will be able to add texture and light to the objects in the program ^ After completion of CISP62 students will be able to use OPENGL to animate the objects in the program
CISCISP 62LIntroduction to OpenGL Laboratory ^ After completion of CISP62L students will be able to add user's feedback into their projects. ^ After completion of CISP62L students will be able to create and run projects in OpenGL
Fine ArtsARTD 46AIntroduction to Painterly Printmaking^ Students will create reductive method monotype prints.
Business AdministrationPLGL 30Introduction to Paralegal/Legal^ Students completing PLGL 30 - Introduction to Paralegal/Legal will be able to successfully prepare a case brief. ^ Students completing PLGL 30 - Introduction to Paralegal/Legal will successfully prepare a legal memorandum. ^ Successful PLGL 30 course completers will have met with a counselor or educational advisor and prepared an educational plan for their coursework at Mt. SAC. Ideally the goal of the educational plan will be the A.S. in Paralegal Studies, but this is not required.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 5Introduction to Philosophy^ Students completing an assignment in Introduction to Philosophy will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Empirical and Rational systems of knowledge. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Ethical Systems (Deontological, Teleological, Virtue Ethics). ^ Students will identify knowledge of Ontological topics (Monism, Dualism, Pluralism).
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 5HIntroduction to Philosophy - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Introduction to Philosophy Honors will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will attempt to identify knowledge of Empirical and Rational systems of knowledge. ^ Students will attempt to identify knowledge of Ethical Systems (Deonlogical, Teleological, and Virtue Ethics). ^ Students will attempt to identify of Ontological topics (Monism, Dualism, and Pluralism) ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
KinesiologyKIN 17Introduction to Physical Education^ Describe the historical, ethical, and philosophical foundations of kinesiology. ^ Identify the basic concepts of kinesiology. ^ Identify the pathways and requirements for career opportunities. ^ Identify the relationship between performance in the movement forms of sport, dance, and exercise and the conceptual foundations of the sub-disciplines. ^ Investigate current issues and problems in physical education and athletics ^ Investigate the scope and breadth of the field and the variety of career opportunities in kinesiology. ^ Students will be able to describe three regular job responsibilities of each of the following: Exercise physiologist, Philosopher, Historian, Sociologist, Psychologist, Biomechanist, Motor behaviorist. ^ Students will be able to list 15 of the successful teaching characteristics from John Wooden's pyramid of success. ^ Students will be able to list and define ten of the fifteen successful coaching characteristics from John Wooden’s Pyramid ^ Students will be able to teach a chosen skill. ^ Students will be able to teach their given skill in a three step teaching progression at a minimum score of 70% ^ Students will describe the following areas in a presentation of their chosen career in the field of Kinesiology: 1.job description, 2. Job outlook, 3. Salary, 4. Education/certification requirement, 5. Areas of expertise, 6. Experience required, and 7. Positives/negatives of the job.
Fine ArtsARTD 43AIntroduction to Printmaking^ Student will acquire knowledge of printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 43A curriculum. ^ Students will learn techniques to translate original or existing imagery to the particulars of the printmaking processes. ^ Students will understand the concept of multiple originals.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 170Introduction to Prototyping^ Students will be able to construct proof of concept, presentation and prototype models from concept sketches and CAD models. ^ Students will be able to construct prototype models using common prototyping methods and technologies. ^ Students will be able to evaluate structural and aesthetic merits of design proposals and compare with other approaches to the same problem. ^ Students will be able to use rapid prototyping technologies to create models and molds from digital CAD files.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 70Introduction to Psychiatric Technology^ Describe development patterns. (mo) ^ Describe etiology of mental retardation. (mo) ^ Discuss behavior modification terminology. (mo) ^ Explain laws related to involuntary commitments. (mo) ^ Explain scope of practice. (mo) ^ Relate development theories to analysis of personality and values. (mo) ^ Student completing MENT 70 will comprehend scope of practice ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70 will identify laws regarding mental health issues. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70 will understand laws pertaining to developmental disabilties ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70 will understand laws regarding Mental Health issues. ^ Students completing MENT 70 will identify tasks that fall within and without the psychiatric technician scope of practice. ^ Students successfully completing MENT 70 will describe process of positive behavior support.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 70LIntroduction to Psychiatric Technology Clinical Technicians ^ Apply principles of ‘normalization’ to client and environment. ^ Apply principles of human development. ^ Assess characteristics of etiologies and discuss interventions. ^ Assess personality development using various models. ^ Assess sensorimotor skills. ^ Demonstrate appropriate scope of practice for Psychiatric Technicians. ^ Demonstrate correct assessments of a clients' mental status using mental status exams. ^ Formulate and demonstrate components of behavior modification positive behavior support plans. ^ Student completing MENT 70L will demonstrate role function of psychiatric technician student in the clinical setting. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70L will demonstrate correct assessment using Mental Status Exam ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70L will demonstrate clinical practice within scope of practice ^ Student successfully completing MENT 70L will understand role function of student in the clinical setting. ^ Use professional standards and ethics.
PsychologyPSYC 1AIntroduction to Psychology^ Apply concepts and theories from the following general domains: (a) biological bases of behavior and mental processes, (b) sensation and perception, (c) consciousness, (d) learning and memory, (e) cognition, intelligence, and language (f) lifespan development (g) motivation and emotion, (h) gender and sexuality, (i) stress and health, (j) social psychology, (k) personality, and (l) psychological disorders and approaches to treatment. ^ Apply psychological principles to personal experience. ^ Apply psychological principles to personal observations and / or experiences. ^ Compare and contrast major theoretical perspectives of psychology (e.g., psychoanalytic, behavioral, humanistic, etc.) ^ Compare and contrast research methods in psychology, including advantages and disadvantages of each (e.g., observation, case study, survey, correlational method, experimental method). ^ Demonstrate psychology is a science by explaining how psychology utilizes the scientific method. ^ Differentiate the major theoretical perspectives of psychology. ^ Distinguish between scientific and non-scientific methods of understanding. ^ Identify the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, core empirical findings, and historic trends in psychology. ^ Students will analyze the relationship between social institutions and human behavior.
PsychologyPSYC 1AHIntroduction to Psychology - Honors^ Apply psychological principles to personal experiences. ^ Be able to differentiate the major theoretical perspecties of psychology. ^ Explain how psychology utilizes the scientific method ^ Students will analyze the relationship between social institutions and human behavior.
BiologyBIOL 24Introduction to Public Health^ Students will be able to describe how ethics influences health policy. ^ Students will be able to describe how incidence of disease differs from disease prevalence. ^ Students will be able to describe the expanding role of public health occupations in the 21st century. ^ Students will be able to discuss the relationship of public health with the development of health policy. ^ Students will be able to discuss the role of public health in emergency preparedness. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the contributions of history in the development of our current public health system. ^ Students will be able to explain how public health complements nursing professions. ^ Students will be able to identify a minimum of 5 contributions to improving the health of the public that are a direct result of health education and information and analyze their effectiveness.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 50Introduction to Radiologic Science and Health Care^ The student will describe and understand legal considerations relative to the patient/peer/physician relationship. ^ The student will describe and understand the principles of professional ethics set forth by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. ^ The student will describe the principles of radiation protection.
PsychologyPSYC 3Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology^ Compare and contrast research designs used by psychologists ^ Compare and contrast the various research designs and describe their relative strengths and weaknesses. ^ Describe and discuss statistical validity. ^ Describe the process of answering psychological questions from a scientific perspective. ^ Determine appropriate statistical analyses for designs. ^ Evaluate published research. ^ Identify the goals of science and the goals of research ^ Perform literature searches and reviews using standard resources. ^ Perform original psychological research using American Psychological Association (APA) code of ethics ^ Use APA style correctly in writing empirically-based reports and literature reviews.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 8Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe^ Imagine that you were stranded in the middle of the wilderness. You are able to locate Polaris in the sky to find north. Explain how you could use celestial objects (Sun, moon, stars, planets, etc.) to determine when a day, month, and year had passed. New and better wording: Imagine that you were suddenly placed in the middle of the wilderness. You know that you will be stranded here for at least 10 years! You have no contact with other people, either in person or through technology. You also don?t have a watch, compass, or phone! Describe in as much detail as possible how you could use the sky (Sun, Moon, Stars) to keep track of time. Be sure to discuss how you can measure not only short periods of time (days, etc.) but also longer periods of time (months, years, etc.). Also, be sure to mention how you would figure out directions (north, etc.). ^ Student will be able to identify and describe methods of analysis of electromagnetic radiation. ^ Students will be able to analyze the structure and location of the Earth and the objects in our solar system as a model of a stellar system in the universe. ^ Students will be able to describe the historical development of cosmology, from the perspectives of ancient cultures up through modern times. ^ Students will be able to describe the motions of celestial objects. ^ Students will be able to describe the scale of the universe and relate it to specific units of measurement. ^ Students will be able to explain current theories relating to the origins and evolutionary cycles of stars of various masses; include a description and evaluation of our current understanding of the nature of bizarre objects like white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes. ^ Students will be able to identify and describe the various types and structures of galaxies. ^ Students will be able to recognize the structure and principles underlying the operation of various telescopes. ^ Students will be able to summarize recent advances in current scientific understanding of the field of cosmology.
CounselingCOUN 7Introduction to the Transfer Process^ Students who complete COUN 7 will identify at least 2 differences between the CSU and UC systems and explain how each of these differences influences their decision on where to transfer. ^ Students who complete COUN 7 will identify the key transfer requirements to the CSU and UC systems. ^ Students will be able to identify the "Golden 4" requirement for the California State University System.
TheaterTHTR 9Introduction to Theatre Arts^ A student completing THTR 9 will know the duties of the various theater professionals and how those professions work collaboratively to produce a play. ^ Analyze how theater is affected by its audience. ^ Analyze playscripts using conventional concepts like genre, style, and structure. ^ Distinguish job responsibilities of all areas of theater. ^ Evaluate how a given production relates to the text of the playscript. ^ Evaluate how theater reflects the time and place in which it is created. ^ Identify design concepts such as balance, color and rhythm and evaluate their use by theater designers. ^ Identify the chain of command in various theater models. ^ Identify the historical placement of key theatrical movements. ^ Identify the various architectural forms of theater and their influence on production. ^ Students who complete THTR 9 will be able to do a critical analysis of theatrical performances. ^ Students will be able to give a deep definition of "theater" and the concept of "suspension of disbelief."
LAC - InstructionalTUTR 10A (VOC)Introduction to Tutoring^ Students who take this course will identify goals and strategies of effective tutoring sessions. ^ Students who take this course will link conflict types to factors affecting the tutoring process ^ Students who take TUTR 10A will demonstrate growth in their awareness of the scope of a tutor?s responsibilities. ^ Students who take TUTR 10A will rank course curriculum as to its correlation with effective tutoring sessions. ^ Students who take TUTR 10A will report their personal training goal was met. ^ Students who take TUTR 10A will transform passive tutoring interactions into active ones. ^ Students will be able to identify at least three ways to promote active learning with students in tutoring sessions. ^ Students will be able to identify goals and strategies of effective tutoring sessions. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10A will demonstrate understanding of questioning methods to encourage active learning. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10A will identify characteristics of Basic Skills students. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10A will use questioning methods to encourage active learning. ^ Tutors will be able to identify tutoring challenges and ways to address those challenges.
Computer ScienceCSCI 170Introduction to Unix Operating System^ Configure user shells and perform basic tasks as "root" on the system. ^ Describe the function performed by an operating system. ^ Discuss features of UNIX implementations and compare to other operating systems. ^ Explain networking basics, routing, TCP/IP and DNS. ^ Manage system administration on SOLARIS and LINUX boxes. ^ Utilize compilers for C/C++, Java under UNIX. ^ Utilize file systems under UNIX. ^ Utilize process management under UNIX. ^ Utilize vi and emacs text editors. ^ Write scripts for shell programming in UNIX.
WeldingWELD 40Introduction to Welding^ Completers will be able to successfully identify and differentiate between various welding processes presented in the class. ^ Completers will be able to successfully identify and differentiate between various welding processes presented in the class. (SLO) ^ Define terms and conditions related to the welding industry. (MO) ^ Demonstrate the use of Oxy-acetylene welding (OAW),Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding(GMAW),Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW),Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC),Carbon Arc Cutting(CAC) principles to join and cut metals. (MO) ^ Discuss the different base metal compositions used to make metallurgical bonds. (MO) ^ Identify the cost effectiveness of each welding process. (MO) ^ Incorporate safety practices into all welding activities. (MO) ^ Recognize and describe common welding processes used in bonding metals. (MO) ^ Recognize and illustrate basic metallurgy related to the welding trades. (MO) ^ students will be able to effectively operate the equipment for various welding processes . ^ Students will be able to effectively operate the equipment for various welding processes. (SLO)
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 28Introduction to Writing for Electronic Media^ Apply technical and aesthetic issues related to writing for the film and electronic media. ^ Create a complete, short fictional narrative ^ Students will demonstrate proficiency in writing in a variety of script formats, including the radio script, two-column video script, film script and sitcom script formats. ^ Use fundamental principles of narrative fiction screenwriting. ^ Use mechanics of clear and concise writing. ^ Write in a variety of script formats, including the radio script, two-column video script, film script and sitcom script formats.
BiologyANAT 10BIntroductory Human Physiology^ Acquire laboratory-generated data and perform statistical analyses within the framework of the scientific method. ^ Analyze EKG data. ^ Compare and contrast normal physiology and pathophysiology observed in specific disease states. ^ Demonstrate the ability to describe key interactions between organ systems including acid/base regulation, fluid balance, and metabolic regulation. ^ Determine the number of ATP produced in the complete aerobic respiration of either a triglyceride, a simple sugar, or any combination thereof. ^ Evaluate case studies by applying physiological principles on a molecular, cellular, organ, and systems level. ^ Explain the mechanisms of cellular, cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular, sensory, digestive, renal, and reproductive physiology, and the regulation of these mechanisms. ^ Predict the outcome of laboratory exercises according to concepts, principles, and laws discussed in the course.
ChemistryCHEM 20Introductory Organic and Biochemistry^ Classify biomolecules as lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, or nucleic acids. Identify the function of biomolecules in living systems. Identify the locations, steps, and products involved in metabolic pathways. Identify the locations, steps, and products involved in gene expression. ^ Classify biomolecules as lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, or nucleic acids. Identify the function of biomolecules in living systems. Identify the locations, steps, and products involved in metabolic pathways. Identify the locations, steps, and products involved in gene expression. ^ Classify organic molecules based on functional groups Differentiate constitutional isomers from cis-trans isomers (stereoisomers) Relate the physical properties of organic molecules to their structure Propose and name the products of organic chemical reactions ^ Classify organic molecules based on functional groups Differentiate constitutional isomers from cis-trans isomers (stereoisomers) Relate the physical properties of organic molecules to their structure Propose and name the products of organic chemical reactions ^ Given a segment of DNA, students will be able to: 1. Identify which strand is used for transcription and draw the primary structure of the mRNA produced in the transcription underneath the strand. 2. Write the sequence of polypeptide that will be produced from the DNA. 3. Clearly describe the effect on the protein chain when a base pair is mutated. ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives. The topic of this assessment is the application of intermolecular attractions to biological systems. ^ Students will be able to: Describe the fate of proteins that enter the body. Describe what happens to the excess amino acids in the body? Describe the ultimate fate of the nitrogen atoms from excess amino acids? Describe TWO different possible fates of the carbon skeletons from excess amino acids.
Administration of JusticeCORS 10 (VOC)Introdution to Correctional Sciences^ Students will compare the duties of probation officers and parole agents ^ Students will define the duties of the courts at the county, state, and federal levels and relate those duties to the tasks of corrections.
CISCISP 53iOS Programming^ Students will be able to incorporate animation and media into the project and display them on the screen
CISCISP 53LiOS Programming Laboratory^ Students will be able to design interactive program with animation and media in iOS
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 4Issues in Domestic Violence^ Students successfully completing AD 4 will be able to explain anger management interventions. ^ Students successfully completing AD 4 will be able to explain theories of domestic violence. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to assess, identify, and analyze client problems/needs and implement appropriate interventions in relation to domestic violence. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to describe the social and psychological dynamics of domestic violence. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explain the relationship between substance abuse and domestic violence. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to identify and explain the primary theories of domestic violence. (MO
Foreign LanguageITAL 60Italian Culture Through Cinema^ Acquaintance with History of Italian Cinema The history of Italian Cinema, from Neorealism to the present time. ^ Students will be able to analyze the historical, social, and philosophical background of Italian-speaking movies from different regions of Italy as well as the psychological motivations of the characters in the movies. ^ Students will correctly identify the veracity of statements pertaining to Italian history and culture as pertinent to the films viewed in class.
Computer ScienceCSCI 145Java Language and Object Oriented Programming^ Analyze problems and design appropriate algorithms. ^ Code algorithms into the Java language. ^ CS students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Demonstrate debugging techniques. ^ Demonstrate the paradigm of object oriented programming. ^ Develop standards for comparing the efficiency of various algorithms. ^ Recognize and produce proper Java syntax. ^ Students will feel that computer science is a beneficial part of their education ^ Utilize recursion, iteration and arrays. ^ Write, organize and assemble program documentation.
MusicMUS 47Jazz Band^ Apply sight-reading skills. ^ Develop growth in musical and technical skills as instrumentalists. ^ Identify stylistic characteristics related to historical accuracy of arrangements ^ Improvise stylistically in the jazz medium. ^ Play jazz repertory in various styles. ^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common jazz and commercial rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing common musical elements, including pitch identification, dynamics, and varied articulation, through music preparation. ^ To measure the benefits of travel with performing ensembles. The Mt SAC Jazz Ensemble will travel to compete at the Reno Jazz Festival. Competition is important in measuring student success as well as gaining recognition for the college as a whole. Students also gain exposure to other community college programs as well a 4 year university programs. This exposure shows the students the level that must be attained to perform with a high level university program. Students will also gain an educational benefit through the various master classes offered throughout the festival.
DanceDNCE 17Jazz Fundamentals^ DNCE 17 (Jazz Fundamentals) students will be able to define fundamental jazz dance terms. ^ DNCE 17 (Jazz Fundamentals) students will be able to execute fundamental jazz dance techniques.
DanceDNCE 14AJazz I^ Course completers will appreciate Jazz Dance as a performing art. ^ DNCE 14A (Jazz I) Students will be able to execute basic jazz dance technique.
DanceDNCE 14BJazz II^ DNCE 14 B (Jazz II) Students will be able to execute intermediate jazz dance technique. ^ DNCE 14B (Jazz II) students will be able to define intermediate jazz dance terms.
MusicMUS 25AJazz Improvisation^ Apply jazz theory into performance and written exercises. ^ Classify major, dominant, and minor scales related to chord symbols. ^ Demonstrate aural development by imitating short melodic phrases. ^ Develop melodic ideas ^ Improvise stylistically correct solos over a blues chord progression. ^ Improvise using major, dominant and minor scales in all twelve keys. ^ Perform coherent improvised solos on a simple jazz song. ^ Students will be able to identify major, mixolydian, and dorian scales as related to jazz chord symbols. ^ Students will be asked to identify the chord changes to a standard 12-bar blues progression.
MusicMUS 50Jazz Improvisation and Performance Choir^ Demonstrate appropriate vocal-jazz articulations (pure vowels, clipped consonants, etc.) while performing. ^ Determine keys and modes for various vocal jazz charts. ^ Discuss and define the qualities of good vocal jazz solo singing. ^ Perform scat solos and critique them in rehearsal. ^ Prepare small group song interpretations of vocal jazz charts ^ Students will be able to perform a bass line, melody line, and a scat solo to an assigned jazz chart. ^ Students will perform an assigned transcribed scat solo with appropriate scat syllables using correct rhythms and pitches. They will perfrom these solos with at least 80% accuracy. ^ The Mt SAC Jazz Improv and Performance Choir will travel to compete at the Next Generation Jazz Festival in Monterey. Competition is important in measuring student success as well as gaining recognition for the college as a whole. This SLO will be measured by the scores and comments acquired during competition. It is expected that the students should score a minimum of 80 out of 100 from each of the 4 judges. Students will also gain exposure to other community college programs as well a 4 year university programs. Students will also gain an educational benefit through the various master classes offered throughout the festival. ^ Write out transcriptions of vocal and instrumental improvisation solos.
MusicMUS 25BJazz Improvisation B^ Develop melodic ideas over extended phrase and song lengths. ^ Identify altered dominant, half diminished, and full diminished scales related to advanced chord symbols ^ Improvise melodic minor, diminished and Lydian dominant scales in all twelve keys. ^ Improvise stylistically correct solos over a rhythm change chord progression ^ Integrate jazz theory through exercises and performances. ^ Perform a coherent improvised solo in an extended song form, based on non-traditional harmonies, including Lydian dominant and altered chords. ^ Students will be able to identify scales as related to advanced chord symbols, including the most common (melodic minor, diminished and whole-tone scale). ^ Students will be able to improvise over a standard ii-V7-I progression in multiple keys.
DanceDNCE 15Jazz Performance^ DNCE 15 (Jazz Performance) students will be able to define advanced jazz dance terms. ^ DNCE 15 (Jazz performance) students will be able to execute and perform advanced jazz dance technique.
KinesiologyKINI 27AJeet Kune Do - Beginning^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques ^ Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 27BJeet Kune Do - Intermediate^ Jeet Kune Do - Intermediate knowledge, skill development, performance improvement : Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques ^ Jeet Kune Do-Intermediate knowledge Acquisition, Fitness development, performance improvement ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD08Jewelry Production and Design for Retail Sales^ The students in Jewelry production and Design for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper wire wrapping techniques through personal class projects. ^ The students in Jewelry production and Design for Retail Sales Classes will illustrate proper equipment maintenance used in jewelry making through completion of personal class project.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD15Jewelry/Lapidary Production Design^ The students in Jewelry/Lapidary Classes will illustrate proper equipment maintenance used in jewelry making through completion of personal class project. ^ The students in Jewelry/Lapidary Production Design Classes will demonstrate proper jewelry design through personal class projects.
KinesiologyKINI 31AJiujitsu - Beginning^ Assess students knowledge of how to submit opponent from control position ^ Assess students knowledge of various control positions ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 31BJiujitsu - Intermediate^ Assess students knowledge of how to submit opponent from transitioning from different control position ^ Assess students knowledge of transitioning through various control positions. ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
MusicMUS 10AKeyboard Skills^ Harmonize at sight diatonic melodies using do-fa-sol bass lines, block primary triads and the dominant seventh. ^ Perform at sight beginning to early intermediate solo piano repertoire. ^ Perform within an ensemble and demonstrate playing techniques (fingerings, pedaling, phrasing). ^ Play primary triads and the dominant seventh chord in the keys of C major, F major, G major, A minor and D minor. ^ Play scales up to two octaves, hands separately and together, as well as scale patterns for the keys of B, E, A, D, G, and C major. ^ Read grand staff notation, Roman numeral notation and lead sheet symbols ^ Students will be able to realize a figured bass-line at the piano. ^ Transpose at sight melodies and harmonic patterns between the major keys of C, F and G and the minor keys of A and D.
MusicMUS 10BKeyboard Skills^ Harmonize with one and two hands at sight diatonic melodies using diatonic triads and the dominant seventh. ^ Perform at sight intermediate solo piano repertoire. ^ Perform at sight two simultaneous parts of vocal and C score instrumental music from open score format ^ Perform within an ensemble and demonstrate playing techniques (fingerings, pedaling, phrasing). ^ Play natural, harmonic and melodic scales up to two octaves, with hands separately and together, as well as scale patterns for the minor keys of A, E, B, D, G, C and F. ^ Play scales up to two octaves, hands separately and together, as well as scale patterns for the major keys of B, E, A, D, G, C, F and B-flat. ^ Read grand staff notation, Roman numeral notation, lead-sheet symbols and bass figures. ^ Students will be able to play any and all major and harmonic minor scales, ascending and descending, two octaves. ^ Transpose at sight melodies and their accompanying harmonies up or down a minor and major second.
KinesiologyKINI 33AKickboxing Beginning^ Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply defensive skills ^ Assess students Knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply punching and kicking skills. ^ Assess students' ability to defend against a round house kick ^ Assess students' ability to throw a jab-cross punching combination ^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 33BKickboxing Intermediate^ Student will be able to perform punching and kicking combination
KinesiologyKIN 24Kinesiology^ Students will demonstrate understanding of cardinal planes of motion and corresponding axes of rotation. ^ Students will demonstrate understanding of the 3 classes of levers.
Interior DesignID 40Kitchen and Bath Studio 1^ 1. Develop plans using NKBA Planning Guidelines. 2. Develop plans using NKBA Graphic & Presentation Standards. 3. Appraise function and placement of appliances, fixtures, and cabinetry. 4. Specify proper surfaces for kitchens and baths. 5. Measure kitchen and bath areas using NKBA standards. 6. Safely plan kitchen and bath spaces in the home. 7. Assess residential house plans for critical systems information. 8. Quote minor projects based on house plan assessment. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the final project. ^ Students will successfully design a bath based NKBA standards. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Interior DesignID 41Kitchen and Bath Studio 2^ 1. Design kitchen and bathroom spaces using a concept as the focus of design decisions. 2. Design kitchen and bathroom spaces using universal design. 3. Produce necessary project documentation. 4. Present solutions for projects visually and verbally. 5. Develop construction details for projects. 6. Determine proper appliance placement. 7. Select appropriate materials, equipment, and fixtures. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of the final project. ^ Students will successfully design a kitchen based NKBA standards. ^ Students will successfully meet program requirements.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 81 (VOC)Lab Studies Electronics^ Demonstrate completed project and report outcomes. ^ Demonstrate proper use of lab equipment while working on project. ^ Plan procedural steps in order to facilitate project completion. ^ Research requisite information required to complete the project. ^ Select a project idea that meets the need of the student. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to perform research necessary to obtain information sufficient to complete a semester project of the student's choosing. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to produce a project timeline showing procedural steps, critical tasks, and goals.
Aircraft MaintenanceAIRM 80Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance Technology^ Student will document laboratory assignments in required log book entry format to FAA standards ^ Students will develop a personal work plan identifying specific skills/competencies related to program module or lab assignments.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 79Laboratory Animal Medicine and Care^ Students completing this course will be able to properly demonstrate how to restrain laboratory rodents. ^ Students will be able to correctly describe animal husbandry techniques for given laboratory animals. ^ Working in groups students will develop a protocol for biomedical study
MusicMUS 39Laboratory Band^ Apply sight-reading skills ^ Develop growth in musical and technical skills as instrumentalists. ^ Identify stylistic characteristics related to historical accuracy of arrangements. ^ Improvise stylistically in the jazz medium. ^ Play jazz repertory in various styles. ^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common jazz and commercial music rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing common musical elements (pitch identification, dynamics, and articulation) through music preparation.
PhotographyPHOT 1BLaboratory Studies: Advanced Black and White Photography^ Students that complete PHOT 1B will assemble a body of photographic work that demonstrates advanced camera, processing, and enlarging techniques. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1B will be able to advanced black-and-white photographic printing techniques such as contrast control, dodging and burning. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1B will be able to demonstrate advanced black-and-white film processing procedures ^ Students that complete PHOT 1B will be able to demonstrate proper use of cold-light enlargers fro enlarging various format negatives. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1B will be able to demonstrate proper use of medium and large format cameras. ^ Students will demonstrate improvement in print quality ^ Students will gain additional experience/skills in managing and creating photographic projects
PhotographyPHOT 1ALaboratory Studies: Beginning Black and White Photography^ Students will demonstrate improvement in print quality ^ Students will gain additional experience/skills in managing and creating photographic projects
PhotographyPHOT 1 (VOC)Laboratory Studies: Black and White Photography^ Student will demonstrated improvement on print quality. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1A will be able to assemble a body of photographic work that demonstrates advanced camera, processing and enlarging techniques. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1A will be able to demonstrate correct use of camera controls to properly expose 35m black-and-white film. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1A will be able to demonstrate proper black-and-white film processing procedures ^ Students that complete PHOT 1A will be able to demonstrate proper black-and-white printing techniques ^ Students that complete PHOT 1A will be assemble a body of photographic work illustrating competence in basic photographic techniques. ^ Students will gain additional experience/skills in managing and creating photographic prints.
PhotographyPHOT 1DLaboratory Studies: Computer Applications in Photography ^ Students that complete PHOT 1D will be able to demonstrate basic digital camera use for image capture. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1D will be able to demonstrate basic editing, enhancing, and correction of digital images ^ Students that complete PHOT 1D will be able to demonstrate proper use of card readers to import digital images into computers. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1D will be able to demonstrate proper use of inkjet printers for optimal digital output ^ Students that complete PHOT 1D will be able to improve digital image-editing skills through additional practice ^ Students will demonstrate improvement in print quality ^ Students will gain additional experience/skills in managing and creating photographic projects
PhotographyPHOT 1CLaboratory Studies: Studio Photography ^ Students that complete PHOT 1C will be able to apply artificial lighting techniques to produce high-quality imagery. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1C will be able to demonstrate ability to produce, compose, and execute commercial studio photographs using models, props, or backgrounds. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1C will be able to demonstrate proper use of continuous light sources ^ Students that complete PHOT 1C will be able to demonstrate proper use of strobe light sources. ^ Students that complete PHOT 1C will be able to demonstrate proper use of studio equipment. ^ Students will demonstrate improvement in print quality ^ Students will gain additional experience/skills in managing and creating photographic projects
Business AdministrationPLGL 40Landlord - Tenant Law^ Students completing PLGL 40 - Landlord - Tenant Law will be able to draft a residential tenancy agreement. ^ Students completing PLGL 40 - Landlord - Tenant Law will be able to identify and define what constitutes a habitable residential dwelling as well as understanding the legal ramifications to the parites in a non-habitable tenancy situation.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 71 (VOC)Landscape Construction Fundamentals^ Identify and correctly use the proper tool needed for landscape projects. Undersatand basic electrical concepts for low voltage landcape lighting projects ^ Students will prepare site and properly install bricks on sand for a walkway project.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 13 (VOC)Landscape Design^ Course completers will be able to evaluate a site and develop a functional design that meets client criteria ^ Students completing AGOR 13 will be able to demonstrate competency in one on one customer relations. ^ Students completing AGOR 13 will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 72 (VOC)Landscape Hardscape Applications^ Completers will calculate electical loads for a low voltage lighting system. ^ Student will design and estimate materials needed for a block wall project.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 62 (VOC)Landscape Irrigation - Design and Installation^ Course completers will be able to evaluate a site and develop a functional design that meets client criteria ^ Identify the proper components of a efficient automatic irrigation system
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 64 (VOC)Landscape Irrigation - Drip and Low Volume^ Completers will be able to install a proper drip irrigation system. 70% of the completers will be able identify basic components used for drip installations ^ Course completers will be able to evaluate a site and develop a functional drip/low flow design that meets client criteria
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 63 (VOC)Landscape Irrigation Systems Management^ Completers will be able to properly repair a PVC piping system used in Irrigation. ^ Students will be able to determine the distribution uniformity of an irrigation system.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 32 (VOC)Landscaping and Nursery Management^ Demonstrate a work ethic appropriate to the plant production industry. ^ Students completing AGOR 32 will be able to demonstrate good customer relations skills. ^ Students completing this course will be able to explain the organizational structure of the nursery industry.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 73 (VOC)Landscaping Laws, Contracting, and Estimating^ Students completing AGOR 73 will be able to organize and estimate labor and materials needed to complete a landscape project ^ Students completing AGOR 73 will be able to prepare and implement a Home Improvement Contract. ^ Students successfully completing this course will be able to compose suitable mission and vision statements for their fictitious or actual businesses.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 81Language Acquisition^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental components of human language. ^ Students will describe the principal observable milestones in language acquisition.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 61Language Arts and Art Media for Young Children^ Students completing CHLD 61 - Language Arts and Art Media for Young Children will be able to demonstrate the ability to evaluate the developmental appropriateness of creative art materials and activities for young children. ^ Students completing CHLD 61 - Language Arts and Art Media for Young Children will be able to identify and develop curriculum activities and materials that demonstrate the relationship between creative experience and early literacy skills. ^ Students completing CHLD 61 - Language Arts and Art Media for Young Children will be able to recognize the importance of the teacher's role as facilitator and demonstrate methods to promote development through creative art and early literacy activities.
DSP&SDSPS 25Language Development for Deaf Students in ASL and English^ Students completing DSPS 25 will improve their ability to identify nouns in written English sentences. ^ Students completing DSPS 25 will improve their ability to identify simple verbs in written English sentences.
DSP&SDSPS 26Language Enhancement for Deaf Students in ASL and English^ Students who complete DSPS 26 will show improvement in their ability to identify multiple parts of speech.
DanceDNCE 8 Latin Dance I^ DNCE 8 (Latin Dance I) students will be able to execute basic Latin dance technique. ^ DNCE 8 (Latin Dance) students will be able to execute basic Latin positions and partner skills.
Business AdministrationPLGL 35ALaw Office Procedure^ Students completing PLGL 35A - Law Office Procedure will be able to successfully prepare a simple will. ^ Students completing PLGL 35A - Law Office Procedure will be able to successfully prepare articles of incorporation.
NursingNURS 9Leadership in Nursing^ 1. Define the leadership process. (MO) ^ 2. Identify styles of leadership and identify a personal style. (MO) ^ 3. Discuss the impact of social and cultural influences and variables on the leadership process. (MO) ^ 4. Identify criteria by which to evaluate strengths of self and others. (MO) ^ 5. Describe the application of effective communication, decision-making, and conflict resolution in leadership and management at the first level of management. (MO) ^ 6. Identify legal and ethical issues and responsibilities of the registered nurse. (MO) ^ 7. Describe the Neuman Model in planning and implementing the nursing process. (MO) ^ 8. Explain principles, advantages or disadvantages of various systems of delivery of nursing care. (MO) ^ 9. Discuss current trends and issues in nursing and the health care industry. (MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate safe and effective delegation of patient care in the clinical setting within 6-months of completing the nursing program. ^ Each student will demonstrate the ability to discuss, recognize and differientiate objectives of nursing leadership and management by week-3 of the course. ^ Each student will develop a professional resume for employment by week-5 of the course. ^ Students will be able to successfully determine appropriate delegation techniques.
LAC - InstructionalLCOM 90Learning Communities: Campus^ At least 80% of the students will have an Ed. Plan by the completion of the course. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students will be able to identify factor(s) that supported their personal persistence.
LAC - InstructionalLCOM 80Learning Communities: Individual^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ students who complete LCOM 80 will show growth of self-efficacy
LAC - InstructionalLCOM 100Learning Communities: Interdisciplinary^ A key component of collective efficacy is to be able to identify the strengths of teammates to ensure that there is a balance and range of skills necessary to be successful. It is also necessary to identify and constructively address any shortcomings that could present potential issues that might affect the success of the group. This SLO was designed to assess whether the students were able to identify and effectively work with the strengths and shortcomings of their teammates. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students.
Writing CenterBS LRN50Learning Support Laboratory^ Students will apply appropriate technology for a given instructional or vocational program. ^ Students will develop skills for using computer-based resources to successfully complete academic/vocational assignments.
Business AdministrationPLGL 31ALegal Analysis and Writing^ Students completing PLGL 31A - Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to brief a moderately complex legal case. ^ Students completing PLGL 31A - Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to distinguish between and use the various manual legal research resources.
ArchitectureINSP 17Legal Aspects of Construction^ 1. Research and delineate applicable licensing requirements, construction business organizations, legal terminology and legal responsibilities ^ Evaluate and follow legal contract documents and construction documents for bidding, construction administration, contract modifications ^ Explain contractual legal relationships among owner, architect contractor and sub-contractors ^ Identify applicable codes, standards and procedures for building permits, material and labor payments, mechanic's lien, inspections and occupancy permits for the completion of a building's construction ^ Identify the function and purpose of construction drawings, specifications, addenda, shop drawings and change orders ^ Students will be able to describe the function and inter-relationship among the various legal documents used in the construction of a building (include contract, conditions, drawings and specifications). ^ Students will be able to list the state requirements for licensing as a contractor
Administration of JusticeADJU 4 (VOC)Legal Aspects of Evidence^ Students will demonstrate the basic steps to crime scene investigations. ^ Students will understand the relationship between case law and constitutional rights
Business AdministrationBUSR 51Legal Aspects of Real Estate^ Students completing BUSR 51 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate will be able to differentiate between single and dual agency. ^ Students completing BUSR 51 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate will know the elements of contract formation.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD03Lettering Styles and Advertising Calligraphy^ Students in Lettering Styles and Advertising Calligraphy will illustrate proper lettering techniques through completion of class projects. ^ The students in Lettering styles and calligraphy will display proper page layout through class projects.
Family & Consumer SciencesFCS 41Life Management^ Students completing FCS 41 - Life Management and who complete an assignment in an Area E course will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. (Students completing the Mission Statement part of the My Goals assigment will be able to write clear, concise personal mission statements.) ^ Students completing FCS 41 - Life Management and who complete an assignment in an Area E course will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Students completing FCS 41 - Life Management and who complete the Goal Setting assignment will be able to identify, prioritize, and evaluate their personal goals. ^ Students completing FCS 41 - Life Management will be able to increase their skills in the area of time management.
Education for Older AdultsOAD ELL04Lifelong Learning for Older Adults^ The students in Lifelong Learning for Older Adults classes will at least maintain their individual level of long term memory. ^ The students in the Lifelong Learning for Older Adults classes will at least maintain their individual level of short term memory.
Education for Older AdultsDSPS ELL01Lifelong Learning for the Special Needs Population^ The students in Lifelong Learning for Special Needs will demonstrate improved expressive communication skills. ^ The students in Lifelong Learning for Special Needs will demonstrate improved receptive communication skills.
Education for Older AdultsOAD ELL05Lifelong Learning Through Current World Events^ The students in the Lifelong Learning through Current World Events classes will at least maintain their individual level of describing the influence of specific events in relation to local and global environments through experiential group discussion. ^ The students in the Lifelong Learning through Current World Events classes will at least maintain their individual level of discussing current events through experiential group discussion.
Interior DesignID 32Lighting Design^ 1. Define and use basic lighting terms and strategies related to the design of interiors. 2. Perform various drawing standards and conventions used in lighting for interior design. 3. Read and create a lighting plan. 4. Utilize lighting design tools to effectively communicate in the design and construction fields. 5. Create and apply design concepts using lighting. 6. Analyze lighting applications used in architecture and design. ^ Students will have successfully demonstrated craftsmanship skills through the construction of a custom luminaire. ^ Students will successfully apply lighting principles in the design of a luminaire. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to apply research in the development of a concept for a luminaire.
MathMath 285Linear Algebra and Differential Equations^ Students can formulate and solve differential equations which model real-world phenomena ^ Apply the Laplace Transform and its inverse, using the rules of the Laplace Transform, along with the 1st Shifting Theorem. Solve linear differential equations with constant coefficients using the Laplace Transform. ^ Demonstrate the operations of matrix algebra, row operations for linear systems, and the methods of Gaussian Elimination and matrix inversion for solving linear systems. ^ Evaluate determinants using cofactors and row operations. Demonstrate the properties of determinants and matrix inversion using cofactors. ^ Express a linear system of differential equations in vector form, and then solve the system using eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Analyze non-linear systems numerically, including phase-plane analysis, using a computer algebra system. ^ Identify and solve the following ordinary differential equations (ODEs): separable, 1st order linear. Set up and solve differential equations for the following applications: simple and logistic population growth model, simple electric circuits, mixing, orthogonal trajectories. Plot slope fields and numerically solve 1st order differential equations using Euler's and Runga Kutta methods. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Solve ODEs using power series. ^ Solve problems pertaining to the definitions of linear transformation, kernel and range. Compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Diagonalize a square matrix, with the special case of orthogonal diagonalization of symmetric matrices. Demonstrate matrix representation of a linear transformation, change of bases. 6. Solve linear differential equations of order n with constant coefficients (homogeneous or non-homogeneous,) the methods of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters with applications to RLC circuits or mass spring systems. ^ Solve problems pertaining to the definitions of vector space, subspace, span, linear dependence and independence, basis and dimension, row and column space and inner product space. Demonstrate the use of the Gram-Schmidt process for orthogonalization. ^ Students can diagonalize square matrices and apply these results to the solutions of linear systems of differential equations. ^ Students can prove and apply facts regarding vector spaces, subspaces, linear independence, bases, and orthogonality. ^ Students can solve linear differential equations using power series ^ Students can solve non-homogeneous linear differential equations of any order using a variety of methods ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
CISCISN 34Linux Networking and Security^ Students completing CISN 34 - Linux Networking and Security Lecture will know how to install a SAMBA server in a Linux computer. ^ Students completing CISN 34 - Linux Networking and Security Lecture will know how to install an Apache web server in a Linux computer.
CISCISN 34LLinux Networking and Security Laboratory^ Students completing CISN 34 - Linux Networking and Security Laboratory will know how to install a SAMBA server in a Linux computer. ^ Students completing CISN 34L - Linux Networking and Security Laboratory will know how to install an Apache web server in a Linux computer.
CISCISN 31Linux Operating System^ Students completing CISN 31 - Linux Operating System Lecture will know how to connect their Linux workstation to a network and the internet and run a word processing program. ^ Students completing CISN 31 - Linux Operating System Lecture will know how to install a well-known Linux distribution as a workstation operating system.
CISCISN 31LLinux Operating System Laboratory^ Students completing CISN 31L - Linux Operating System Laboratory will know how to connect their Linux workstation to a network and the internet and run a word processing program. ^ Students completing CISN 31L - Linux Operating System Laboratory will know how to install a well-known Linux distribution as a workstation operating system.
Business AdministrationPLGL 47BLitigation Practice^ Students completing PLGL 47B - Litigation Practice will be able to locate, evaluate, organize, and synthesize research material from a variety of sources. ^ Students completing PLGL 47B - Litigation Practice will have a basic understanding of the procedural and evidentiary rules used to challenge and/or fend off challenges to the presentation of proffered evidence (i.e., objections and offers of proof).
Business AdministrationPLGL 47ALitigation Procedures^ Students completing PLGL 47A - Litigation Procedures will be able to prepare and present effective opening statements and closing arguments. ^ Students completing PLGL 47A - Litigation Procedures will be able to prepare clear and effective examinations of witnesses, both direct examination and cross examination. ^ Students completing PLGL 47A - Litigation Procedures will know the basic, distinct parts of a trial, and which procedures and rules apply to each.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 34 (VOC)Livestock Judging and Selection^ Course completers will be able to give a professional quality oral set of reasons for any live animal livestock class. ^ Course completers will be able to identify all the proper external parts of any livestock species.
ESLESL LANG2LLC Open Lab^ Students will develop an academic habit of studying English independently using resources in the Language Learning Center (LLC). ^ VESL students will improve keyboarding speed and accuracy by utilizing resources in the open lab.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 3Logic in Practice^ Students completing an assignment in Logic will be able to develop a thesis statement that advances a clear argument. ^ Students identify knowledge of Evaluating Arguments (Strong/Weak, Cogent/Uncogent; Valid/Invalid, Sound/Unsound) ^ Students identify knowledge of Types of Fallacies (Relevance and Weak Induction). ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their logic coursework. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Classifying Arguments (Inductive/Deductive).
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 3HLogic in Practice - Honors^ Students completing an assignment in Logic Honors will be able to develop a thesis statement that advances a clear argument. ^ Students identify knowledge of Evaluating Arguments (Strong/Weak, Cogent/Uncogent; Valid/Invalid, Sound/Unsound) ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will identify knowledge of Classifying Arguments (Inductive/Deductive).
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 103Magazine Staff Production Lab^ Students will contribute content to the student newspaper or magazine ^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 110Magazine Writing and Production^ Students will contribute to the production of the student magazine. ^ Students will recognize how the magazine industry and its markets function.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 15Major World Religions^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of five Major World Religions. ^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of the Founders of the Major World Religions. ^ Students completing an assignment in Major World Religions will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their world religion coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 15HMajor World Religions - Honors^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of five Major World Religions. ^ Pre and post surveys to identify student knowledge of the Founders of the Major World Religions. ^ Students completing an assignment in Major World Religions Honors will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 40Mammography Principles and Procedures^ The student will analyze images for diagnostic quality and identify image quality problems ^ The student will define the assessment categories in the Breast Imaging and Reporting Data System (BI-RADS) ^ The student will identify the internal anatomy and external anatomy of the breast
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 56Management of Hospitality Personnel and Operations^ Conduct an employee: interview, performance evaluation, and apply effective discipline techniques. ^ Identify leadership styles and recognize successful motivational techniques.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 71BManagement/Marketing/Personnel for ECD Programs^ Examine and evaluate childrens programs as they relate to marketing strategies, community relationships and fundraising methods. ^ Formulate best practices which support adult relations, staff evaluations and development that encourages a cooperative and respectful workplace. ^ Identify appropriate policies and procedures for food, nutrition and health programs. ^ Investigate and assess policies, procedures and practices to ensure high standards of leadership, job performance, communication skills, teamwork and professional development. ^ Support developmentally appropriate curriculum designs that emphasize active learning and the importance of play
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 85 (VOC)Manual CNC Operations^ Student will transmit DNC (electronic transfer) code to CNC machines ^ Student will develop G-code for computerized numerical control input from manual methods.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 270Manufacturing Processes and Materials^ students will be able to analyze and propose manufacturing approaches based on project aesthetic, structural, and manufacturing requirements. ^ Students will be able to design parts or assemblies appropriate to a particular manufacturing process and associated material ^ Students will be able to propose prototyping scenarios to create visual study and/ or functional prototype models that closely represent the actual production and design intent.
BiologyBIOL 20Marine Biology^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily live ^ Students will be able to analyze the limiting factors of oceanic provinces. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the geological, physical, and chemical aspects of the marine environment and explain how marine organisms adapt to each aspect. ^ Students will be able to describe two major differences between vertebrate and invertebrate marine organisms. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between the major phyla of marine organisms. ^ Students will be able to distinguish organisms that belong to class Chondrichthyes (fishes with a cartilaginous skeleton) form organisms that belong to class Osteichthyes (fishes with a bony skeleton). ^ Students will be able to evaluate the biological and political factors that are associated with overfishing. ^ Students will be able to explain factors that influence winds, currents and tides. ^ Students will be able to explain the process of plate tectonics and its significance in marine environments. ^ Students will be able to identify dominant invertebrates and vertebrates associated with the southern California coast. ^ Students will be able to summarize ecological principles associated with marine ecosystems.
BiologyBIOL 21Marine Biology - Laboratory^ Students completing relevant assignments in Area B courses will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students will be able to analyze external and internal anatomy of marine organisms and describe differences in structure between various classes of marine organisms within a particular phylum. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the biological and physical aspects of the marine environment, and explain adaptations of marine organisms to each aspect. ^ Students will be able to differentiate between the major phyla of marine organisms based on anatomical differences discovered in laboratory dissections. ^ Students will be able to identify 5 different organisms found in the intertidal zone of southern California. ^ Students will be able to identify dominant invertebrates and vertebrates of the intertidal regions in a field situation by observing differences in distribution at different elevations above sea level. ^ Students will be able to relate anatomical structure to life style of various marine organisms, and analyze the significance of the structure and functions of organ systems to the mode of life in the marine environment. ^ Students will be able to summarize ecological principles associated with marine ecosystems. ^ Students will demonstrate an ability to recognize chordgrass, pickleweed, and salt grass and describe the elevational distribution of these plants in a salt marsh.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 14Marriage and the Family^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of marriage and family. ^ Students will use sociological concepts to identify the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexuality or other social groups as well as the impact on the socialization and interaction within the changing family.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 14HMarriage and the Family - Honors^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of marriage and family. ^ Students will use sociological concepts to identify the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexuality or other social groups as well as the impact on the socialization and interaction within the changing family.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 100Mass Media and Society^ Students will be familiar with basic mass media law and ethics. ^ Students will understand the respective functions of the fields that comprise the mass media, advertising, and public relations.
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 38 (VOC)MasterCAM I^ Students will create two-dimensional product designs and machine them effectively ^ Students will evaluate methods of transferring data from CAD/CAM computers to machine tool computers
Interior DesignID 12 (VOC)Materials and Products for Interior Design^ 1. Identify materials used in the construction of interior spaces. 2. Identify standards used to determine code compliance for interior furnishings and finishes. 3. Identify building materials and finishes safe for the environment and health and welfare of general public. 4. Analyze design concepts for product applications used by designers. 5. Analyze finish materials and products taking into consideration functional, aesthetic and maintenance needs. 6. Discuss concepts of sustainability and identification of products. 7. Calculate quanties of specified materials. ^ Students will accurately specify materials based on use ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of materials. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking in the utilization of materials in a space
NursingNURS 4Maternity Nursing^ Assess physical, psychological and socio-economic stressors of women/families in all phases of the childbearing process. (Lab- MO) ^ Define and differentiate signs and symptoms of "normal" physical and psychological variations in women during the childbearing cycle versus indications of abnormal conditions. (Theory- MO) ^ Define and differentiate signs and symptoms of "normal" physical variations in the newborn infant versus indications of abnormal conditions. (Theory- MO) ^ Describe the influence of culture on sexuality, childbearing and childbirth. (Theory- MO) ^ Discuss and explain contraceptive measures and devices. (Theory- MO) ^ Document symptoms and assessment data accurately and in a timely manner. This includes the necessity for legible writing and correct use of English grammar and spelling. (Lab- MO) ^ Each student will accurately assess the frequency, duration and intensity of uterine contractions during active labor by week-3 of the course. ^ Each student will administer topical and intramuscular medications following the nine rights of medication administration to the newborn infant by week two of the course. ^ Establish effective communication with clients, their families and health care personnel. (Lab- MO) ^ Evaluate the progress and attainment of short and long-term goals in the wellness-illness continuum. (Lab- MO) ^ Explain the role of the RN in meeting the teaching needs of women/families in the childbearing cycle. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify and list strategies to support rigid and flexible lines of defense in women who experience the childbearing process. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify primary, secondary and tertiary nursing preventions for women in all phases of the childbearing cycle and for newborn infants. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify the developmental tasks of families and their individual members as they relate to the childbearing process. (Theory-MO) ^ Identify the physical, psychological, social and spiritual changes and/or needs of women during all phases of childbearing, based on knowledge of normal anatomy and physiology and principles of human growth and development. (Theory- MO) ^ Implement primary, secondary, and tertiary nursing preventions for normal newborn infants and for women in all phases of the childbearing cycle based on assessed data. (Lab- MO) ^ Initiate effective teaching to mothers and families based on assessed needs and with consideration for cultural or socio- economic factors. (Lab- MO) ^ Interpret physical signs and behavioral manifestations obtained through nursing observations and interactions. (Lab- MO) ^ List symptoms of selected STDs. Identify primary, secondary and tertiary preventions for women with a sexually transmitted disease. (Theory- MO) ^ Perform a complete admission assessment of a newborn infant. (Lab- MO) ^ Students will perform an admission assessment of a healthy newborn infant in the clinical setting, by the end of the course. ^ Utilize the expertise of health team members and community resources appropriately. (Lab- MO)
LAC - InstructionalLERN 49Math Skills Review^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ LERN students completing the one semester linked LERN 48/49 sequence will be able to complete the coures with greater success than unliked, semester long LERN 48/49 classes. ^ Student will be able to apply strategies for learning math. ^ Student will be able to demonstrate proper use of math terms/vocabulary. ^ Student will be able to select strategies for solving interger application problems. ^ Student will be able to select strategies for solving word problems. ^ Student will be able to solve multi-step problems using more than one approach. ^ Student will be able to solve problems for basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division including proportions and percents) for all integers ^ Using a 3-point rubric constructed by LAC Math Faculty, more than 60% of the students will earn an average score of at least 2. Also, less than 20% will score 1 in any of the three categories.
LAC - InstructionalBS LRN03Math Skills Review^ LAC and Cont Educ Div are exploring ownership of outcome, as students may enroll in the course from both teams.
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 10 (VOC)Mathematics and Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing^ Students will be able to read a blueprint ^ Students will correctly identify key elements on blueprints
Physics & EngineeringENGR 42Mechanics of Materials^ Given loading diagram for a beam. Students will prepare a bending moment diagram to identify the maximum and minimum values of bending moment on the beam. ^ Students will be able to analyze pressure vessels for stresses. ^ Students will be able to analyze structures subjected to normal, shearing, torsional and bending stresses. ^ Students will be able to apply fundamentals of statics to determine reactions at supports and stresses. ^ Students will be able to design beams and shafts. ^ Students will be able to design columns axial loading. ^ Students will be able to determine the axial force in the components of a composite structure. ^ Students will be able to evaluate deflections of beams and shafts. ^ Students will be able to perform stress analysis of shafts and beams. ^ Students will be able to use strain gauge data to obtain normal stresses.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 14Media Aesthetics^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ Analyze and define the differences in how aesthetic principles can be applied between the mediums of theatrical narratives, television narratives, short narratives, music videos, advertising, and related forms. ^ Analyze and predict the physiological and psychological effects of visual composition, sound design, music and editing upon audience members. ^ Analyze principles of cinematic storytelling through editing, in narrative and nonlinear forms. ^ Assess the development of how aesthetics are used in modern productions as opposed to earlier productions. ^ Conceive and demonstrate principles of visual composition for moving pictures with original compositions of their own. ^ Students exiting RTV 14 will be able to analyze and define the differences in how aesthetic principles can be applied in theatrical narratives, television narratives, short narratives, music videos, advertising, and related forms.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 60Medical Nursing and Animal Care^ 75% Student will properly place a robert jones bandage for fracture splinting ^ 75% Students will place an intravenous catheter in the cephalic vein
Respiratory TherapyMEDI 90Medical Terminology^ MO: Construct sentences using medical terms to diagnose medical conditions. ^ MO: Determine word meaning by interpretation of prefixes, suffixes and/or word roots. ^ MO: Differentiate between terms which sound similar and have similar spellings to translate them correctly. ^ MO: Interpret medical terms for a broad range of body systems and medical conditions. ^ Students will be able to define medical terms to identify pathological conditions in patients. ^ Students will be able to distinguish correct from incorrect spelling of medical terms
School of Continuing EducationVOC HTH12Medical Terminology ^ This course is on hiaitus as of 2010.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 56Medical-Surgical Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians^ 85 % of students sucessfully completing in MENT 56 will be able to identify body systems ^ 85% of students successfully completing Ment 56 will be able to describe and apply the principles of the nursing process ^ 85% of students successfully completing Ment 56 will be able to describe the proper procedure for administering medications ^ 85% of students successfully completing Ment 56 will be able to identify the conceptual framework utilized by the program ^ Apply nursing care related to body systems. (mo) ^ Calculate medication dosages for all age levels. (mo) ^ Describe and apply the principles of the nursing process. (mo) ^ Describe proper procedure for administering medications. (mo) ^ Determine and use safe practice of administering medication. (mo) ^ Explain nursing process in context to scope of practice. (mo) ^ Identify body systems. (mo) ^ Identify the conceptual framework utilized by the program. (mo) ^ Prepare nursing records and documentation. ^ Relate interaction between body systems. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 56 will be able to describe proper procedure for administering oral medication. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 56 will be able to describe the organization of body systems
NursingNURS 8Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation and Oxygenation^ 1. Describe and evaluate the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of circulation and oxygenation in body cells and plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving circulation and oxygenation problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 1. Function as a responsible nursing team member, demonstrating the increasing leadership responsibility. (Lab- MO) ^ 10. Plan and implement the primary prevention techniques of maintaining optimal activity, exercise, hygiene, rest and sleep, good body mechanics and the prevention and correction of deformities. (Lab- MO) ^ 11. Utilize the principals involved in the safe administration of medications via oral, parenteral, topical and instillation methods. (Lab- MO) ^ 12. Observe and identify the common signs and symptoms resulting from the body's reaction to stressors such as the processes of aging and disease. (Lab- MO) ^ 2. Describe and evaluate the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of elimination via the urinary, gastrointestinal, integumentary, circulatory, and respiratory systems; plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving disturbances of elimination. (Theory- MO) ^ 2. Evaluate medical and surgical emergencies and take appropriate action. (Lab- MO) ^ 3. Describe and evaluate the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of nutrition, including cultural diversity, and plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving nutrition problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 3. Observe and accurately report the signs and symptoms of oxygenation and circulation problems as well as fluid and electrolyte and acid-base imbalances. (Lab- MO) ^ 4. Evaluate the concepts of human sexuality as they relate to the nursing process and Neuman's Conceptual Framework and determine their relationship to client well-being. (Theory- MO) ^ 4. Safely administer drugs and gases and observe the client's reaction to these medicinal agents. (Lab- MO) ^ 5. Evaluate and report the effects of drugs and gases on the physiological functions of clients who have oxygenation and circulation problems, including fluid-electrolyte and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 5. Identify and evaluate the relationship between the client's cultural, ethnic, and life-cycle geriatric variables and his response toward his health status, using the Neuman Conceptual Framework. (Theory- MO) ^ 6. Identify and evaluate the client's reaction to such stressors as emotional and inter- personal difficulties, and explain the relationship between these stressors and organic disabilities. (Theory- MO) ^ 6. Plan and implement secondary and tertiary prevention techniques aimed at teaching the client and his family about health and hygiene attainment and maintenance practices, and be able to refer them to appropriate community resources for health care. (Lab- MO) ^ 7. Identify and evaluate variables which could contribute to acid-base imbalances, and plan and implement primary and secondary prevention techniques aimed at resolving actual or potential problems related to acid-base balance. (Theory- MO) ^ 7. Implement medical and surgical aseptic techniques in client care settings. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Demonstrate the use of selected client care equipment, diagnostic procedures and emergency measures utilized in caring for clients with oxygenation, circulation, fluid- electrolyte and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Explain the primary, secondary and tertiary prevention techniques of diet therapy for clients with circulation and oxygenation problems, including those with acid-base imbalances. (Theory- MO) ^ 9. Discuss the leadership role of the nurse in decision-making related to critically ill clients. (Theory- MO) ^ 9. Plan and implement the Nursing Process within the Neuman Framework, by assessing the client's problems, planning and implementing nursing care aimed at solving the problems, evaluating the care administered, and altering nursing care approaches as indicated. (Lab- MO) ^ Course completeres will successfully interpret and analyze atrial and ventricular arrhythmias with their usual treatments. ^ Course completers will successfull indentify and anayze arterial blood gas findings. ^ Course completers will successfully identify life threatening events in the cardiac patient. ^ Each student will demonstrate the appropriate nursing intervention associated to the corresponding rhythm strip. ^ Each student will successfully interpret ECG Rhythm Strips.
NursingNURS 10Medical-Surgical Nursing: Integration/Regulation^ 1) Function as a responsible nursing team member AND as an entry level team member. (Lab- MO) ^ 1) Identify anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, nutrition, mental health concepts, Neuman Model and components of the nursing process and apply these to care of clients with neurological and endocrine disorders. (Theory- MO) ^ 10) Demonstrate the use of selected client care equipment, diagnostic procedures, and emergency measures utilized in caring for clients with neuro-endocrine, fluid-electrolyte, and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 10) Identify and describe the roles of various community agencies that are available, and include appropriate information regarding these in planning and implementing tertiary preventions with clients with integration and regulation problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 11) Describe the relationship between the client's cultural, ethnic, life-cycle variables and his response toward his health status using the Neuman Conceptual Framework. (Theory- MO) ^ 11) Plan and implement the nursing process within the Neuman Framework, by assessing the client's problems, planning and implementing nursing care aimed at solving the problems, evaluating the care administered, and altering care approaches as indicated. (Lab- MO) ^ 12) Plan and implement the primary prevention techniques of maintaining optimal activity, exercise, rest and sleep, good body mechanics and the prevention and correction of deformities. (Lab- MO) ^ 13) Utilize basic principles involved in the safe administration of medications via oral, parenteral, topical and instillation methods. (Lab- MO) ^ 14) Observe and identify common signs and symptoms resulting from the body's reaction to stress such as the disease process. (Lab- MO) ^ 2) Evaluate medical and surgical emergencies and take appropriate action. (Lab- MO) ^ 2) Identify and describe the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of integration and regulation, and plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving these problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 3) Apply the knowledge and principles of pathophysiology and other related principles and Neuman's Conceptual Framework to the care of selected clients with integration and regulation conditions. (Lab- MO) ^ 3) Identify and describe the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of elimination via the urinary, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and integumentary systems; plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving these problems in clients with integration and regulation disturbances. (Theory- MO) ^ 4) Assess clients to determine ethnic, cultural, or life-cycle stressors, needs, problems, using the Neuman Conceptual Framework, and take action to resolve these states. (Lab- MO) ^ 4) Identify and describe the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of nutrition, and plan and implement secondary prevention techniques aimed at solving client's nutritional problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 5) Assess clients to determine physiological, emotional, and spiritual needs, stressors, problems, using the Neuman Conceptual Framework and take action to resolve these states. (Lab- MO) ^ 5) Describe client's reactions to such stressors as emotional and interpersonal difficulties, and explain the relationship between these stressors and organic disabilities. (Theory- MO) ^ 6) List the variables which could contribute to acid-base and fluid- electrolyte imbalances in clients with integration and regulatory disturbances, and plan and implement primary and secondary prevention techniques aimed at resolving potential or actual problems related to acid-base and fluid- electrolyte imbalance. (Theory- MO) ^ 6) Safety administers drugs and gases and observes the client's reaction to these medicinal agents. (Lab- MO) ^ 7) Evaluate and report the effects of drugs and gases on the physiological functions of clients who have integration and regulation problems, including fluid-electrolyte and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 7) Explain the secondary prevention techniques of diet therapy for client's with integration and regulatory problems, including those with fluid-electrolyte and acid- base imbalance. (Theory- MO) ^ 8) Explain concepts of human sexuality related to the nursing process and Neuman's Health Care Systems Model. (Theory- MO) ^ 8) Plan and implement secondary and tertiary prevention techniques aimed at teaching the client and his family about health attainment and maintenance practices, and be able to refer them to appropriate community resources for health care. (Lab- MO) ^ 9) Discuss the leadership role of the nursing in caring for clients with problems associated with regulatory and integration problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 9) Implement medical and surgical aseptic techniques in client care settings. (Lab- MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate an appropriate neurological assessment by week-4 of the course. ^ Students will demonstrate effective geriatric patient education for a neurological / endocrine patient.
NursingNURS 3Medical-Surgical Nursing: Locomotion/Sensation/Integument/Oncology/Immunology^ Discuss anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, mental health and other related principles of care for clients with disorders of integument, eye, ear, musculoskeletal system, and those related to cancer and immunology alterations. (Theory MO) ^ Collaborate with other health care personnel in the management of problems faced by group and/or team. (Laboratory MO) ^ Demonstrate an understanding of legal, ethical, and social issues related to care of clients with oncologic and immunologic conditions. (Theory MO) ^ Demonstrate verbally and in writing, knowledge of assigned client's medical condition, underlying cause, usual therapeutic management, actual therapy, and the implications for nursing care with rationale. (Laboratory MO) ^ Describe client's reactions to such stressors as emotional and interpersonal difficulties and explain the relationship between these stressors and organic disabilities. (Theory MO) ^ Describe the roles of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hypothermia, and biological response modifiers in the treatment of cancer. (Theory MO) ^ Differentiate among the etiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and collaborative care for clients with musculoskeletal trauma and orthopedic surgeries. (Theory MO) ^ Explain and implement primary and secondary prevention techniques of diet therapy for clients undergoing surgical intervention, disorders of the eye, ear, musculoskeletal system, cancer, and problems related to immunologic disorders. (Laboratory MO) ^ Identify criteria for assessing stressors and setting priorities to determine nursing care for clients undergoing surgical and medical interventions related to disorders of the integument, eye, ear, musculoskeletal system, and those related to cancer and immunology alterations. (Theory MO) ^ Identify teaching strategies that will assist the nurse/client in implementing preventions and attaining expected outcomes for clients with problems of locomotion, sensation, integument, oncologic, and immunologic conditions. (Laboratory MO) ^ Identify the leadership role of the nurse in decision-making in client group care situations. (Theory MO) ^ Perform pain assessments using currently accepted tools and criteria and implement preventions according to findings. (Laboratory MO) ^ Plan and implement primary and secondary prevention techniques for clients receiving the cancer treatment modalities of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hypothermia, and biological response modifiers. (Laboratory MO) ^ Safely administer drugs, intravenous (IV) solutions/piggybacks, and gases and observe the client's reaction to these agents. (Laboratory MO) ^ Specify health promotion practices related to the integument system. (Theory MO) ^ Students will be able to administer an Intravenous Piggyback solution. ^ Students will be able to complete a Head to Toe Assessment ^ Summarize the neurovascular assessment of an injured extremity. (Theory MO) ^ Using the Neuman Model as a conceptual framework, describe the relationship between client's cultural and ethnic background, age, sexuality, and response toward health status. (Theory MO)
NursingNURS 7Medical-Surgical Nursing: Nutrition/Elimination/Surgical Asepsis^ 1. Demonstrate verbally or in writing knowledge of assigned client's condition, its underlying cause, usual therapy, therapy the client is receiving, and the implications for nursing care with rationale. (Lab- MO) ^ 1. Describe and evaluate the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of elimination via the urinary and gastrointestinal systems. (Theory- MO) ^ 10. Assist with the diagnostic and therapeutic measures employed in client care; state rationale for measures, care for the client before and after procedures. (Lab- MO) ^ 10. Describe and evaluate the nurse's role in the care of the client undergoing diagnostic tests pertaining to the male/female genital organs, kidney, and lower urinary tract. (Theory- MO) ^ 100% of students will correctly deliver a verbal SBAR report to the instructor with a minimum of 75% accuracy. ^ 100% of students will correctly deliver a verbal SBAR report to the instructor with a minimum of 75% accuracy. (SLO) ^ 11. Identify potential limitations and describe appropriate steps in seeking assistance. (Theory- MO) ^ 11.Demonstrate time management principles and techniques in administering health care and when supervising others. (Lab- MO) ^ 12. Demonstrate a value system associated with the nurse's role in leadership. (Lab- MO) ^ 12. Identify and evaluate key factors in nursing assessment of the older patient with a genitourinary problem from admission to discharge. (Theory- MO) ^ 13. Collaborate with other health care personnel in the management of problems faced by group and/or team. (Lab- MO) ^ 13. Discuss aspects of sexuality in older adults. (Theory- MO) ^ 14. As a client advocate, discuss client problems with client, significant others, and other health care personnel in order to discover creative outcomes. (Lab- MO) ^ 14. Identify and evaluate variables that influence micturition in the adult and elderly client. (Theory- MO) ^ 15. Demonstrate increasing responsibility for self in decision making and actions affecting client and others. (Lab- MO) ^ 15. Identify and evaluate primary, secondary and/or tertiary preventions for nursing problems identified. (Theory- MO) ^ 16. Apply an analytical approach to ethical and moral dilemmas. (Lab- MO) ^ 16. Describe the nurse's role in the care of the client undergoing diagnostic tests pertaining to the G.I. tract. (Theory- MO) ^ 17. Identify the most common gastrointestinal problems that occur with aging and appropriately relate the treatment for each. (Theory- MO) ^ 17. Use interpersonal skills and the therapeutic use of self in communicating and influencing individuals and groups. (Lab- MO) ^ 18. Function as a responsible nursing team member. (Lab- MO) ^ 18. Identify factors that contribute to constipation in the adult and elderly client. (Theory- MO) ^ 19. Evaluate medical and surgical emergencies and take appropriate action. (Lab- MO) ^ 19. Explain the alternatives to administration of oral foods and fluids. (Theory- MO) ^ 2. Perform nursing assessment utilizing knowledge from anatomy and physiology of the genitourinary and gastrointestinal systems, and report findings to appropriate members of the health care team and/or the instructor. (Lab-MO) ^ 2. Plan and implement secondary prevention techniques in given theoretical situations, aimed at solving problems of clients with disturbances of elimination. (Theory- MO) ^ 20. Discuss the rationale for the loss of appetite and poor eating habits in older persons. (Theory- MO) ^ 20. Observe and accurately report the signs and symptoms of burns, GI and GU problems, as well as, fluid and electrolyte and acid-base imbalances. (Lab- MO) ^ 21. Discuss the leadership role of the nurse in decision making related to clients with gastrointestinal and genitourinary problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 21. Safely administer drugs and gases and observe the client's reaction to those medicinal agents. (Lab- MO) ^ 22. Evaluate and report and effects of drugs and gases on the physiological functions of clients who have burns, GI and GU problems, including fluid-electrolyte and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 22. Explain the concepts of surgical aseptic technique. (Theory- MO) ^ 23. Discuss anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, mental health and other related principles of care for clients with nutrition, elimination, surgical interventions and reproductive disorders. (Theory- MO) ^ 23. Plan and implement secondary and tertiary prevention techniques aimed at teaching the client and his family about health attainment and maintenance practices, and be able to refer them to appropriate community resources for health care. (Lab- MO) ^ 24. Identify and evaluate criteria for assessing stressors and setting priorities to determine nursing care for clients undergoing surgical interventions. (Theory- MO) ^ 24. Implement medical and surgical aseptic techniques in client care settings. (Lab- MO) ^ 25. Demonstrate the use of selected client care equipment, diagnostic procedures, and emergency measures utilized in caring for clients with burns, GI, GU, fluid-electrolyte, and acid-base problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 25. Explain the secondary prevention techniques of diet therapy for clients undergoing surgical intervention. (Theory- MO) ^ 26. Discuss the leadership role of the nurse in decision-making in client group care situations. (Theory- MO) ^ 26. Plan and implement the nursing process within the Neuman framework, by assessing the client's problems, planning and implementing nursing care aimed at solving the problems, evaluating the care administered, and altering nursing care approaches as indicated. (Lab- MO) ^ 27. Plan and implement the primary prevention techniques of maintaining optimal activity, exercise, rest and sleep, good body mechanics and the prevention and correction of deformities. (Lab- MO) ^ 27. Using the Neuman Model as a conceptual framework, describe the relationship between client's cultural and ethnic backgrounds, age and their response toward health status. (Theory- MO) ^ 28. Identify the primary, secondary and tertiary preventions of the clients with burns and those undergoing plastic and reconstructive surgery. (Theory- MO) ^ 28. Utilize principles involved in the safe administration of medications via oral, parenteral, topical and instillation methods. (Lab- MO) ^ 29. Observe and identify common signs and symptoms resulting from the body's reaction to stressors such as the disease process. (Lab- MO) ^ 29. State and describe the methods used to evaluate burn damage and extent. (Theory- MO) ^ 3. Describe and evaluate the variables that adversely affect the maintenance of nutrition. (Theory- MO) ^ 3. Utilize assessment data to accurately identify stressors and nursing problems of clients with burns and specific disorders of nutrition and elimination, as well as those of the reproductive systems. (Lab- MO) ^ 30. Apply and explain the concepts and principles of surgical asepsis in planning and implementing care for the pre, intra, and post operative client. (Lab- MO) ^ 30. Describe various causes of burns and their first aid treatment, as well as primary/tertiary preventions. (Theory- MO) ^ 31. Describe the fluid and electrolyte changes that occur following burn injury and implement the preventions for these changes. (Theory- MO) ^ 31. Plan and implement preventions for comprehensive, holistic, and multi-therapy pain management. (Lab- MO) ^ 32. Identify the usual treatment methods for burn victims, implement primary, secondary, and tertiary preventions, and state the benefits and disadvantages of each method. (Theory- MO) ^ 33. Identify and describe the types and purposes for skin graft procedures for the client with burns and for clients undergoing reconstructive surgical interventions and implement the preventions related to their care. (Theory- MO) ^ 34. Describe and evaluate nursing management of the patient with pain to include both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies. (Theory- MO) ^ 4. Develop nursing diagnoses utilizing the PES format which correctly identify nutrition and elimination problems amenable to nursing intervention. (Lab- MO) ^ 4. Plan and implement secondary prevention techniques in given theoretical situations, aimed at solving client's nutritional problems. (Theory- MO) ^ 5. Describe and evaluate client's reactions to such stressors as emotional and interpersonal difficulties and explain the relationship between these stressors and organic disabilities. (Theory- MO) ^ 5. Describe and evaluate primary, secondary and/or tertiary preventions for stressors and nursing problems and develop care plans). (Lab- MO) ^ 6. Describe and evaluate psychosocial problems encountered with clients with burns, nutrition, reproductive, and elimination disorders, and an understanding of these problems, verbally and/or in writing on care plans. (Lab- MO) ^ 6. Identify the variables which could contribute to fluid and electrolyte imbalances in the body. (Theory- MO) ^ 7. Plan and implement primary and secondary prevention techniques in given theoretical situations, aimed at resolving potential or actual problems related to fluid and electrolyte imbalance. (Theory- MO) ^ 7. Plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care related to identified nursing diagnoses, stressors, primary, secondary, and/or tertiary preventions with clients experiencing burns, nutrition, elimination, and/or reproductive problems. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Act to solve identified problems directly or by referral to appropriate members of the nursing team. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Describe and evaluate the relationship between client's cultural and ethnic backgrounds and their responses toward illness and health using the Neuman Conceptual Framework. (Theory- MO) ^ 9. Appropriately involve client's significant others in aspects of care. (Lab- MO) ^ 9. Explain the concepts of human sexuality related to the Nursing Process and Neuman's Conceptual Framework. (Theory- MO) ^ By week eight each student will successfully demonstrate a physical assessment on a complex medical surgical GI/GU patient. ^ By week eight of the course, each student will successfully demonstrate management and care of multiple medical surgical adult patients. ^ By week eight of the course, each student will successfully demonstrate safe and accurrate methods of intravenous medication administration. ^ Each student will successfully demonstrate insertion of an intravenous catheter
DSP&SDSPS 31Memory Strategies for Students with Disabilities^ Students completing DSPS 31 will create keywords (acoustic link to an image) for selected academic vocabulary. ^ Students will create mnemonic products that demonstrate an effective use of their chosen mnemonic strategy for material they are planning to memorize from another class. ^ Students will select mnemonic strategies appropriate for the material they are planning to memorize from another class.
MusicMUS 48Men's Vocal Ensemble^ Blend voices and achieve a well balanced sound. ^ Demonstrate professional muscisianship skills ^ Demonstrate skill in sight reading music. ^ Perform for the college and community. ^ Sing music of different styles effectively. ^ Students will be able to identify all chromatic intervals within an octave or chromatic scale. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 61Menu Planning^ Analyze the popularity and profitability of a menu. ^ Calculate the recipe cost of an entire menu.
WeldingWELD 30Metal Sculpture^ Students will be able to differentiate between good and bad welds. ^ Students will be able to identify a variety of welding processes that are used in effective bonding of metals ^ Students will be able to solve problems related to building forms. ^ Students will demonstrate skills on how to properly use and maintain tools used in polishing and finishing material.
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 11 (VOC)Mfg Processes I^ Analyze and calculate machine settings for cutting screw threads. ^ Demonstrate the ability to setup a conventional lathe to machine a steel part.
Manufacturing TechnologyMFG 12 (VOC)Mfg Processes II^ Analyze and demonstrate ability to heat-treat alloy steels correctly ^ Demonstrate ability to perform basic mill set up and operation.
BiologyMICR 22Microbiology^ Analyze, using student’s own experimental design, effective hand washing. ^ Apply physical and chemical methods of controlling microorganisms. ^ Demonstrate how to properly use the compound light microscope, as well as know its parts, their functions, how to safely transport and clean it. ^ Demonstrate safe handling and proper hazardous waste disposal procedures for microorganisms and chemicals used. ^ Describe the physiology and genetic processes of microorganisms. ^ Diagnose specific diseases on the basis of symptoms and laboratory test results. ^ Explain the basic features of every group of microorganisms. ^ Explain the dynamics of host-parasite interaction. ^ Perform aseptic transfer techniques and interpretations of laboratory results. ^ Perform basic microbiology lab procedures using appropriate PPE required for this laboratory course. ^ Students are able to demonstrate aseptic techniques that are appropriate for the allied health fields.
CISCISB 15 (VOC)Microcomputer Applications^ Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will be able to effectively use formulas and functions in worksheets. ^ Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will be able to use Microsoft Word to create professional documents needed to create a computer security report. ^ Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will understand the importance of continuing their education in computer literacy.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 74 (VOC)Microprocessor Systems^ Compare and contrast features of various types of PLDs. ^ Compare and contrast various features of different interfacing devices. ^ Compare and contrast various features of different process control circuits. ^ Demonstrate a functional interface control circuit for a process control circuit. ^ Demonstrate the use of interfacing devices in circuit operation. ^ Program a PIC microcontroller using a development board. ^ Program the PIC using the C programming language. ^ Students completing ELEC 74 will be able to describe the relationship between hardware and software in a microcontroller. ^ Students completing ELEC 74 will be able to install programs and development tools into microcontrollers or companion personal computers ^ Students in ELEC 74 will use different types of microcontroller platforms (such as Arduino or Fubarino) to implement projects of their own design.
CISCISB 21Microsoft Excel^ Students completing CISB 21 - Microsoft Excel will be able to effectively use formulas and functions in worksheets. ^ Students completing CISB 21 - Microsoft Excel will be able to properly format a worksheet, ensuring that it looks professional
CISCISB 51 (VOC)Microsoft PowerPoint^ Students completing CISB 51 - Microsoft PowerPoint will be able to incorporate appropriate text, graphics, transitions, and animations into presentations which can be delivered to an audience by the student as an oral presentation or as a self-running presentation. ^ Students completing CISB 51 - Microsoft PowerPoint will be able to Use PowerPoint templates and design themes to create presentations.
CISCISB 31 (VOC)Microsoft Word^ Students completing CISB 31 - Microsoft Word will be able to create a Word document in which text, paragraphs, and layout are formatted effectively and efficiently. ^ Students completing CISB 31 - Microsoft Word will be able to use Word's mail merge feature to generate customized letters and mailing labels in mass.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 55 (VOC)Microwave Communications^ Calculate and analyze various microwave characteristics. ^ Compare and contrast Smith Chart values from those obtained by formula. ^ Define common microwave terms. ^ Explain circuit operation of various microwave components. ^ Explain system applications of various microwave components. ^ Measure common microwave parameters using microwave test equipment. ^ Plot graphically and analyze various microwave characteristics on the Smith Chart. ^ Students completing ELEC 55 will be able to use the Smith chart to match line and load impedances. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate the proper operation of laboratory equipment and correct interpretation of measured results of microwave power (both in milliwatts and dBm) and of standing wave ratio (SWR) as both a voltage ratio and in decibel units in a waveguide-based setup. Both measurements will be made with analog test equipment found in the microwave laboratory. ^ Using laboratory equipment students will demonstrate the presence of standing waves on a microwave transmission line.
KinesiologyKINI 25Mixed Martial Arts^ Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply defensive skills ^ Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply offensive skills
CISCISP 52Mobile Device Programming^ Students will be able to create simple application for the mobile device ^ Students will be able to create simple project in X Code
CISCISP 52LMobile Device Programming Laboratory^ Students will be able to create an interactive program on any mobile device ^ Students will be able to incorporate change of screens and tab and master applications into their program
3D AnimationANIM 132Modeling, Texture Mapping and Lighting^ Create and fully texture a low-polygon model for use in a game engine. ^ MO1: Demonstrate ability to create organic looking 3D objects. ^ MO2: Demonstrate ability to design UV layout, and texture 3D objects. ^ MO3: Demonstrate ability to design an appropriate setup, and light a 3D scene. ^ MO4: Demonstrate ability to render a 3D scene following professional methods for maximum realism of the scene. ^ Students will be able to create a seamless texture map to apply to a 3D surface. ^ Students will be able to light a 3D object using three-point lighting.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 2Modern American Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will analyze major themes and concerns in American literature after 1850. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
DanceDNCE 10Modern Fundamentals^ . Demonstrate strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination through Modern Dance. ^ Demonstrate effort and dynamics through Modern Dance warm-up. ^ Improve endurance and conditioning through participation in Modern Dance. ^ Modern Fundamentals students will be able to define fundamental modern dance terminology. ^ Modern Fundamentals students will be able to execute fundamental modern dance techniques. ^ Perform contractions, curves and spirals in across the floor combinations ^ Perform the techniques of putting fundamental steps together in a specific combination using rhythmic perception, dynamics, and musicality.
DanceDNCE 12AModern I^ DNCE 12A (Modern I) students will be able to define basic modern dance terms. ^ DNCE 12A (Modern I) students will be able to perform basic modern dance techniques.
DanceDNCE 12BModern II^ DNCE 12B (Modern II) Students be able to execute intermediate modern dance techniques. ^ DNCE 12B course completers will be prepared to represent Mt. SAC at an outside performance.
DanceDNCE 13Modern Performance^ DNCE 13 (Modern Performance) students will be able to define advanced Modern dance terms. ^ DNCE 13 (Modern performance) students will be able to execute and perform advanced Modern dance technique.
Business AdministrationBUSR 62Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending^ Students completing BUSR 62 - Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending will be able to distinguish between the various steps in loan processing. ^ Students completing BUSR 62 - Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending will be able to identify the fundamentals of mortgage lending.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 172Motion Graphics with After Effects^ Outcome/ Objective Students will demonstrate the animation principles of 'easing in and out' in motion graphics work. ^ Analyze and evaluate motion graphic projects for content, technique, and design through oral and written critique. ^ Create original motion graphics that synthesize the principles of animation, design, and cinematography appropriate to the field. ^ Manage project timelines, layers, and compositions for efficient animation. ^ Produce motion graphics demonstrating the use of logic and creativity per industry standards. ^ Students will demonstrate the ability to create and composite using an alpha channel. ^ Use software and techniques common to the motion graphics field.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 272Motion Graphics, Compositing and Visual Effects^ Analyze and evaluate motion graphic projects for content, technique, and design through oral and written critique. ^ Apply software techniques common to the motion graphics field. ^ Create original motion graphics and visual effects that synthesize the principles of animation, design, and cinematography appropriate to the field. ^ Manage project timelines, layers, and compositions for efficient animation. ^ Produce motion graphics that meet industry creative standards.
KinesiologyKIN 50Mt. SAC Fire Academy Physical Ability Entrance Exam^ Students in PE 50 course will attain the necessary timed score to enter into Fire Academy. ^ Students will be able to show correct technique on specified fire apparatus.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 258Multi-Engine Turbine Aircraft Operations^ Analyze subsystem malfunctions (simulated) that might occur during emergency conditions and provide resolution scenarios that are applicable to the safe completion of the flight. ^ Combine performance data for a multi-engine turbine aircraft to determine operational safety relative to takeoff and landing distance criteria and operational air speeds. ^ Diagram aircraft subsystems (including hydraulic systems and emergency equipment), to include identification of primary components and their function. ^ Identify characteristics of high speed flight that require special action by pilots previously trained in lower performance aircraft. ^ Relate performance characteristics to observed cockpit indications, including the detection of parameters outside of normal expected performance. ^ Students will be able to diagram aircraft subsystems (including hydraulic systems and emergency equipment), to include identification of primary components and their function ^ Students will be able to differentiate characteristics of high speed flight that require special action by pilots previously trained in lower performance aircraft.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 3Multicultural American Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 50Multicultural Education: Anti-Bias Perspective^ 65% of students will be able to evaluate professional and social experiences as they relate to teaching children and working with families from diverse backgrounds. ^ 80% of students completing CHLD 50 - Multicultural Education: Anti-Bias Perspective will be able to recognize various theories that support the effects of children's identity in a diverse society. ^ 85% of Child 50 students will critically assess a classroom environment for multicultural practices and materials and suggest at least two appropriate changes. ^ 85% of Child 50 students will plan and prepare two appropriate activities for children dealing with two different components of diversity. ^ Students completing CHLD 50 - Multicultural Education: Anti-Bias Perspective will be able to identify and develop strategies to respond to bias.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 116Multimedia Storytelling^ Students will be able to construct news stories through blog and social media posts that are short and concise and follow the journalistic guidelines learned in class.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 62Music and Motor Development for Young Children^ Students completing CHLD 62 - Music and Motor Development for Young Children will be able to demonstate the ability to create music using the autoharp, rhythm and other instruments. ^ Students completing CHLD 62 - Music and Motor Development for Young Children will be able to demonstrate the relationship between music and movement. ^ Students completing CHLD 62 - Music and Motor Development for Young Children will be able to design music and motor curriculum to meet the assessed needs of young children ^ Students completing CHLD 62 - Music and Motor Development for Young Children will be able to listen to music and evaluate appropriate music for young children. ^ Students completing CHLD 62 - Music and Motor Development for Young Children will be able to will make child-safe & functional instruments and props.
MusicMUS 11BMusic Lit Survey^ Analyze and evaluate the structure and form of the music being studied. ^ Analyze basic elements of musical sound such as rhythms, melody, tonality, and harmony as those elements apply to Western music in the 19th and 20th centuries as well as non-western music that influenced that music. ^ Define technical musical terms and make use of those terms in written reports. ^ describe the use of text painting in a song by relating specific musical elements to textual ones. ^ Distinguish different instrumental timbres. ^ MUS 11B students will be able to identify the solo or featured musical instrument when one minute of each of two recordings including those instruments are played in class. ^ MUS 11B students will be able to identify the style period (classical, romantic, and 20th/21st centuries) during which each of three pieces of music was composed when one minute from each piece is played in class. ^ Synthesize the contributions of important composers and assess ways in which their context affected their music. ^ to accurately describe developments in music history by relating them to cultural, social, scientific, and/or economic circumstances of the period
MusicMUS 11AMusic Literature Survey^ Analyze and evaluate the development of structure and form in the music of the time periods being studied. ^ Analyze basic elements of musical sound such as rhythms, melody, tonality, harmony, and counterpoint as those elements apply to a variety of examples both western and non- western ^ Define technical musical terms and make use of those terms in written reports. ^ Distinguish different instrumental timbres. ^ MUS 11A students will, upon hearing a one-minute excerpt of pre-assigned music repertoire along with the excerpted score between the Medieval and late Classical periods, be able to describe the stylistic characteristics unique to the genre and period. ^ MUS 11A students will, upon hearing a one-minute excerpt of pre-assigned music repertoire along with the excerpted score between the Medieval and late Classical periods, be able to identify the compositional techniques and stylistic characteristics unique to the period. ^ Synthesize the contributions of important composers, their works, and formal structures. ^ test
MusicMUS 2Music Theory^ Analyze diatonic music for harmony using Roman numerals and bass position figures when the non-chord tones have been omitted or identified for the student ^ Calculate interval inversions. ^ Calculate the beat value, beat division, beat type and meter for any regular time signature. ^ Calculate the duration of notes and rests. ^ Classify cadences by type ^ Distinguish between consonant and dissonant intervals in music notation. ^ Evaluate minor melodies for tonal problems and employ accidentals to correct these problems. ^ Evaluate two-voice first species tonal counterpoint on the basis of its adherence to style rules and aesthetic guidelines ^ Identify and construct triads and seventh chords ^ Identify pitches and pitch registers when notated on the staff using G, F or C clefs, or when designated on the piano keyboard. ^ Memorize and recall all diatonic triad and seventh chord qualities in major and minor. ^ Memorize, recall and interpret the circle of fifths ^ MUS 2 students will be able to name the chord quality of all diatonic triads and seventh chords in both the major and minor modes. ^ Recognize and construct major scales, minor scales and their respective key signatures. ^ Recognize and distinguish the four types of contrapuntal motion. ^ Recognize, calculate and construct intervals between pitches. ^ Students will know, by the number and type of accidentals, all 15 major keys and 15 minor keys.
MusicMUS 6AMusicianship - Advanced^ Aurally recognize the bass position of major-minor seventh chords. ^ Aurally recognize the quality and bass position of major, minor and diminished triads. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation and Roman numerals, the chords, soprano and bass for phrase-length four-part progressions that make use of secondary function chords. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, melodies and melodic patterns that make use of non-essential chromaticism, secondary function chromaticism and diatonic descending fifths sequences ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, rhythm pieces and patterns that employ a compound beat and create syncopation. ^ MUS 6A students will be able to sing melodies at sight that incorporate skips through diatonic triads and raised chromatic tones used in a passing or neighboring capacity. ^ MUS 6A students will be able to transcribe the soprano voice, bass voice and harmony (using Roman numerals and figures) of a six-chord four-part progression played four times at the piano. This progression may use diatonic triads and sevenths in any inversion. It may also use secondary dominants, with or without sevenths, in any inversion. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in compound meters that create syncopation. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in compound meters that use a dotted half note or dotted eighth note beat. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in simple meters that create syncopation at the beat and divisional level. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in simple meters that use a half note or an eighth note beat. ^ Sing at sight melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining diatonic descending fifths sequences using moveable-do solfege. ^ Sing at sight melodies, melodic patterns and duets with non-essential chromaticism, secondary function chromaticism and modulations to the dominant or, in minor keys, the relative major. ^ Sing memorized melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining diatonic descending fifths sequences using moveable-do solfege. ^ Sing memorized melodies, melodic patterns and duets with non-essential chromaticism, secondary function chromaticism and modulations to closely-related keys using moveable-do solfege.
MusicMUS 6BMusicianship - Advanced B^ Aurally distinguish between major triads, minor triads, diminished triads, augmented triads, major seventh chords, minor seventh chords, major-minor seventh chords, half-diminished seventh chords and fully-diminished seventh chords. ^ Aurally recognize all simple and compound intervals. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation and Roman numerals, the chords, soprano and bass for phrase-length four-part progressions that make use of mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords, common tone diminished seventh chords and modulations to closely-related keys. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, melodies and melodic patterns that incorporate mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords and modulations to closely-related keys. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, rhythm pieces and patterns that employ a simple beat and create syncopation at the subdivisional level. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, rhythm pieces and patterns with tuplets. ^ MUS 6B students will be able to sing on sight a short melody that mixes stepwise motion and occasional skips to outline a tonicized half cadence. ^ MUS 6B students will be able to transcribe the soprano voice, bass voice and harmony (using Roman numerals and figures) of a six-chord four-part progression played four times at the piano. This progression may use any of the harmonic devices covered in MUS 5B and 6A with the addition of the Neapolitan sixth and the root position augmented sixth chord. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in simple meters that create syncopation at the subdivisional level. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns with irregular meters, changing time signatures and tuplets. ^ Sing at sight melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining chord progressions that incorporate mode mixture, the Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords using moveable-do solfege. ^ Sing at sight melodies, melodic patterns and duets that modulate to closely-related keys. ^ Sing memorized melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining chord progressions that incorporate mode mixture, the Neapolitan, augmented sixth chords and modulations to foreign keys using moveable-do solfege. ^ Sing the chromatic scale, the whole tone scale, the octatonic scale and all church modes from a given starting pitch.
MusicMUS 5AMusicianship - Ear Training and Sight Singing^ Demonstrate, in written and verbal response, aural recognition of interval quality for note pairs a second, third, sixth or seventh apart when played melodically. ^ Demonstrate, in written and verbal response, aural recognition of interval size for melodically played diatonic note pairs less than or equal to the octave where the first note of each pair is tonic. ^ Demonstrate, in written and verbal response, aural recognition of interval size for note pairs a perfect fourth, perfect fifth and perfect octave apart. ^ Demonstrate, in written and verbal response, aural recognition of major, minor, diminished and augmented triads. ^ Demonstrate, in written and verbal response, aural recognition of major, natural minor, harmonic minor and melodic minor scales. ^ MUS 5A students will be able to sing on sight a short diatonic melody mixing stepwise motion and occasional skips through the tonic harmony. ^ MUS 5A students will be able to transcribe a diatonic melody played four times at the piano. This melody may use stepwise motion only, except for skips through the tonic triad and skips between 're' and 'ti'. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces in compound meters that incorporate divisions as small as one-third of a beat (e.g., eighths in 6/8). ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces in simple meters that incorporate divisions as small as one-quarter of a beat (e.g., sixteenths in 4/4). ^ Students will demonstrate, through dictation, an aural understanding of major-mode melodies making use of rhythmic divisions, stepwise motion and occasional leaps through adjacent tones of the tonic and dominant triads. ^ Transcribe, in correct musical notation, diatonic major and minor melodies consisting of stepwise motion and leaps through the tonic, dominant and leading tone triads. ^ Transcribe, in correct musical notation, simple meter rhythms incorporating quarter-beat divisions and compound meter rhythms incorporating triplet divisions. ^ Using the moveable-do solfege system, sight sing diatonic melodies and patterns that incorporate stepwise motion and occasional leaps outlining the tonic, dominant and leading tone triads. ^ Using the moveable-do solfege system, sing from memory diatonic melodies, patterns and duets that incorporate stepwise motion and occasional leaps outlining the tonic, dominant and leading tone triads.
MusicMUS 5BMusicianship - Ear Training and Sight Singing B^ Aurally distinguish between the intervals of the m7, TT and M7 when played melodically. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation and Roman numerals, the chords, soprano and bass for phrase-length four-part progressions that make use of diatonic triads in any inversion and V7 in root position. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, melodies and melodic patterns that outline any diatonic triads and V7. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, rhythm pieces and patterns that employ a compound beat and values no smaller than the subdivision. ^ Dictate, in correct music notation, rhythm pieces and patterns that employ a simple beat and values no smaller than the subdivision. ^ MUS 5B students will be able to sing on sight a short diatonic melody mixing stepwise motion and frequent skips through the tonic, subdominant and dominant harmonies. ^ MUS 5B students will be able to transcribe the soprano voice, bass voice and harmony (using Roman numerals and figures) of a six-chord four-part progression played four times at the piano. This progression may use only diatonic triads in root position. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and patterns in compound meters that use a dotted quarter note beat and include subdivisions. ^ Perform at sight rhythm pieces and rhythm patterns in simple meters that use a quarter note beat and include subdivisions. ^ Sing at sight diatonic melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining any diatonic triads and V7 using moveable-do solfege. ^ Sing memorized melodies, melodic patterns and duets outlining any diatonic triads and V7 using moveable-do solfege.
Administration of JusticeADJU 38 (VOC)Narcotics Investigation^ Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of controlled substances ^ Demonstrate knowledge of drug prevention and treatment programs ^ Demonstrate understanding of objectives symptoms of drug use ^ Discuss the impact of drug related current events on various communities ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of the safe handling and processing of evidence ^ Students will describe the methods for incorporating search and seizure into a successful narcotics investigation.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 10Natural Disasters^ Student will be able to identify causes and hazards of natural disasters ^ Students will be able to analyze hazards in the students' own environment in order to better prepare themselves and their community for a future natural disaster. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the role governments and private individuals take in prevention of natural disasters. ^ Students will be able to explain important geologic and other natural processes contributing to a disaster. ^ Students will be able to interpret the probable causes for various disasters using scientific methods/principles and real world data. ^ Students will be able to investigate historical disasters to analyze the impact on science, people and governments. ^ Students will be able to predict the impact of potential future disasters based on analyses of earlier investigations into actual disasters.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 250Navigation^ Calculate solutions to aircraft performance charts and dead-reckoning navigation problems using a manual flight computer. ^ Compare and contrast terrestrial radio navigation systems with satellite-based navigation systems. ^ Define the terms and vocabulary associated with aeronautical charting, aerial navigation, and electronic navigation. ^ Evaluate flight scenarios and select appropriate courses of action in relation to navigation systems and methods. ^ Explain the principles of radio navigation. ^ Students completing the course will be able to identify, utilize, and integrate advanced radio navigation systems into their local and cross country flight planning procedures. ^ Students will be able to complete aircraft flight planning logs utilizing the various procedures and techniques for long range navigation.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 58Neonatal Intensive Care^ Students will analyze assessment findings and make recomendations for mechanical ventilation. ^ Students will be proficient in Neonatal Resuscitation.
CISCISS 23Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems^ Students completing CISS 23 - Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Lecture will be able to explain the fundamental concepts of Network Protocol Analysis and demonstrate the skill to capture and analyze network packets ^ Students completing CISS 23 - Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Lecture will be able to use various protocol analyzers and Network Intrusion Detection System as security tools to detect network attack and troubleshoot network problems
CISCISS 23LNetwork Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Lab^ Students completing CISS 23L - Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Lab will be able to use WireShark to capture and analyze network packets. ^ Students completing CISS 23L - Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Lab will be able to write Cisco/Linux IPS rules and configure Cisco/Linux IPS in line response
CISCISS 25Network Security and Firewalls^ Students completing CISS 25 - Network Security and Firewalls Lecture will be able implement a secured translation for service hosting through firewall. ^ Students completing CISS 25 - Network Security and Firewalls Lecture will be able to configure and install a firewall.
CISCISS 25LNetwork Security and Firewalls Lab^ Students completing CISS 25l - Network Security and Firewalls Lab will be able to configure and monitor Cisco ASA with ASDM and Linux firewalls with web interface management. ^ Students completing CISS 25l - Network Security and Firewalls Lab will be able to deploy Access Control Lists (ACL).
CISCISS 21Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures^ Students completing CISS 21 - Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Lecture will be able to implement counter attack measurements. ^ Students completing CISS 21 - Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Lecture will be able to penetrate service vulnerability.
CISCISS 21LNetwork Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Lab^ Students completing CISS 21L - Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Lab will be able to understand and explain key Legal and Ethical issues pertaining to Networks and Information Systems.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 62 (VOC)Network+ Certification Preparation^ CNET 62 students will demonstrate understanding of basic network structures. ^ Students completing CNET 62 will be prepared to pass the CompTIA Network+ examination.
BiologyBIOL 17Neurobiology and Behavior^ Students will be able to assess the costs and benefits of various behaviors such as eating seeds instead of insects or sleeping instead of looking for food. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast proximate and ultimate causes of behavior. ^ Students will be able to construct time-activity budgets for various animal species. ^ Students will be able to correctly identify the method of training seen in an animal show and be able to apply it to determine how the behavior was trained. ^ Students will be able to describe evolutionary processes. Students will be able to correctly describe the evolutionary process and be able to explain how this process can shape the behavior of an animal. ^ Students will be able to describe how evolution could select for particular types of behaviors. ^ Students will be able to describe how the nervous and endocrine systems cooperate to generate and control behavior. ^ Students will be able to design zoo exhibits that would be appropriate for a particular animal's behavioral requirements. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Students will be able to evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives (area B GEO being used as course level SLO). ^ Students will be able to explain the role of cultural transmission in the behavior of animals. ^ Students will be able to more accurately identify animals after attending a field trip.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 72Nursing Care of the Developmentally Disabled Person^ Contrast human development norms with the developmentally disabled. (mo) ^ Define normalization protocols. (mo) ^ Describe "person-centered" attitude and approaches to training. (mo) ^ Describe normal sexuality and issues related to individuals diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities. (mo) ^ Describe treatment protocols for various etiologies, with a "risk vs. benefit" analysis for each intervention. (mo) ^ Develop patient-specific Individual Program Plans (IPPs). (mo) ^ Explain and demonstrate use of various types of adaptive equipment. (mo) ^ Identify industry-standard methods and techniques for treatment plan development using principles of behavior modification and positive behavior support. (mo) ^ Identify principles of sensorimotor training and integration. (mo) ^ Student completing MENT 72 will demonstrate effective intervention using a behavior plan. ^ Student completing MENT 72 will design behavior plans. ^ Student completing MENT 72 will evaluate results of a behavior plan
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 72LNursing Care of the Developmentally Disabled Person - Clinical^ Administer medication correctly. (mo) ^ Apply professional standards related to clinical practice. (mo) ^ Apply sensorimotor intervention techniques correctly. (mo) ^ Calculate accurate medication dosages. (mo) ^ Demonstrate "person-centered" approach to teaching, training, and care. (mo) ^ Demonstrate industry-standard practice to assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of training plans. (mo) ^ Perform correct application of orthotic equipment. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 72L will demonstrate assessment of behavior training plans. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 72L will develop a behavior plan ^ Student successfully completing MENT 72L will evaluate a behavior plan ^ Student successfully completing MENT 72L will implement a behavior plan ^ Student will create interventions for identified client sensory-motor deficits. ^ Student will create operationalized training goals. ^ Student will demonstrate competency in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a treatment plan. ^ Student will identify functionally equivalent adaptive behaviors to replace identified client maladaptive behaviors. ^ Utilize normalization principles when performing planning, training, and care. (mo)
NursingNURS 20Nursing Work Experience Program^ Apply theory to work experience by performing only those nursing skills and procedures that are stipulated on the Nursing Department Skills Inventory according to the level of the student. (MO) ^ Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills during the work experience. (MO) ^ Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills. (MO) ^ Determine the specific needs and requirements of an employee and employer. (MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate safe and effective patient care, at their appropriate skill level in the program, while working as a Nurse Extern. ^ Employers of Nursing Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average on a scale of 1-5. ^ Employers of Nursing Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Function as a competent team member. (MO) ^ Improve clinical skills in work environment. (MO) ^ Work with staff and clients in clinical agencies. (MO)
Nutrition & FoodNF 10Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness^ Students completing NF 10 - Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness will be able to analyze food labels for nutrient content and other pertinent information that will help in healthy food selection. ^ Students completing NF 10 - Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness will be able to demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation of their current food choices related to increasing their lifelong personal wellbeing. ^ Students completing NF 10 - Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness will be able to evaluate fad diets and products. ^ Students completing NF 10 - Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness will feel motivated and confident in their abilities to apply the information they learned in class to their lives.
KinesiologyKINX 99Off-Season Athletics^ Students will demonstrate proficiency in 2 sport-specifc skills ^ Students will develop an improved level of fitness throughout the course.
CISCISB 10Office Skills^ Students completing CISB 10 - Office Skills will be able to correctly format a business style block letter using Microsoft Word. ^ Students completing CISB 10 - Office Skills will be able to use correct finger placement to keyboard at a rate of 30 words per minute on a 3-minute timed writing.
Education for Older AdultsOAD FNA03Oil Painting^ All students in Oil Painting Classes will demonstrate proper cost analysis through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Oil Painting classes will demonstrate proper display of own art work through an individual class project. ^ The students in Oil painting classes will display proper brush strokes through personal class projects. ^ The students in Oil painting classes will illustrate proper pictorial planning/composition through completion of a personal class project.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 02On-Air Personality Development^ Create and demonstrate an on-air newscast. ^ Create and demonstrate an on-air personality for a disc jockey. ^ Demonstrate ability to clearly articulate words. ^ Demonstrate the ability to project words suitable for broadcasting. ^ Demonstrate the ability to regulate pace of speech. ^ Identify the relationship between audience demographics and on-air personality. ^ Perform in a vocal tone suitable for broadcasting. ^ Students will be able to clearly articulate words while on the microphone. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to perform as a disc jockey during a one-hour show.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 106Online Media Laboratory^ Students will create, edit, and upload a basic podcast to the Web. ^ Students will create, edit, and upload basic a videocast to the Web. ^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics.
CISCISB 16 (VOC)Operating a Macintosh Computer^ Students completing CISB 16 - Macintosh Applications will be able to correctly identify the names and locations of key areas of the Finder Window. ^ Students completing CISB 16 - Macintosh Applications will successfully create a 15 picture iPhoto slideshow.
CISCISS 15Operating Systems Security^ Students completing CISS 15 - Operating Systems Security will be able to install safe and secure wireless network using computers with different operating systems (Windows, Mac etc.). ^ Students completing CISS 15 - Operating Systems Security will be able to strengthen security of any operating system by installing Firewall.
Accounting and ManagementBUSO 26 (VOC)Oral Communications for Business^ I am able to apply communication skills in simulated business situations such as conferences and business groups ^ I am able to develop topical outlines, note cards, and visual aids ^ I am able to evaluate presentation preparation and delivery
CommunicationSPCH 4Oral Interpretation of Literature^ Students will construct a program of literature that advances an argument. ^ Demonstrate effective use of voice, body, facial expressions, focal points, emphasis, and integration of manuscript during performance ^ Students will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to classify literature into the poetry, drama or prose genre ^ Students will be able to compose an original introduction for a literary selection. ^ Students will be able to edit a text for performance. ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will critique videotaped performances of their literature performances using an appropriate theoretical framework. ^ Students will evaluate performances of literature using an appropriate critical framework. ^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will express subtext of written literature. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will identify the central theme of a literature selection. ^ Students will perform in front of a live audience.
ChemistryCHEM 80Organic Chemistry^ Chem 80 students will be able to analyze 3D, Fischer and Newman projection formula to determine their structural relationships and relative energies. ^ CHEM 80 students will be able to demonstrate the effectiveness of the CTC Lab. These updated tools promote their success in organic chemistry. ^ Chem 80 students will be able to predict products and analyze reaction mechanisms of nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions and be able to draw all associated intermediate and transition states. ^ Chemistry 80 students should be able to analyze 3-D, Fisher, and Newman projection formulae to determine their structural relationships and relative energies. ^ Chemistry 80 students will be able to predict products and discuss reaction mechanisms of nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions and be able to draw all associated intermediate and transition intermediates. ^ Provided with a molecular formula and the infrared (IR), 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR spectra for an unknown organic molecule, CHEM 80 students will be able to propose a correct structure for the molecule. The assessment consisted of questions in a multiple-choice standardized-exam format (ACS Standardized National Exam), focusing on IR and NMR. In addition, a student survey was administered to gauge the effectiveness of replacing the old computers with new ones in the CTC Lab. Some of the questions targeted direct experience using the CTC lab.
ChemistryCHEM 81Organic Chemistry^ Provided with a molecular formula and the infrared (IR), 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR spectra for an unknown organic molecule, CHEM 81 students will be able to propose a correct structure for the unknown molecule. ^ students will be able to evaluate a multistep synthesis An exit exam where students will analyze the reaction intermediates and reagents necessary to accomplish the multistep synthesis of a given target molecule. ^ Students will predict the major product of a single-step organic reaction. ^ Students will use spectral data, such as IR, HNMR, CNMR, DEPT and MS, to determine the structure of a simple organic molecule or product of a reaction.
DSP&SDSPS 13Orientation to College for Students with Disabilities^ Students who complete DSPS 13 will be able to describe the types of academic programs offered at Mt.SAC. (i.e. Certificate, Associate's Degree, Transfer Degree). ^ Students will be able to describe services provided by 3 campus resources that they identify.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 29 (VOC)Ornamental Plants - Herbaceous^ Course completers will be able to explain the binomial method of plant nomenclature. ^ Course completers will be able to identify common herbaceous landscape plants
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 30 (VOC)Ornamental Plants - Trees and Woody Shrubs^ Course completers will be able to explain the binomial method of plant nomenclature. ^ Course completers will be able to identify common landscape trees and woody shrubs
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 35Ornamental Plants for Southwest Climates^ Course completers will be able to explain the binomial method of plant nomenclature ^ Course completers will be able to identify common landscape plants for southwest climates
WeldingWELD 50Oxyacetylene Welding^ Calculate the time required to complete quality welding used with the oxyacetylene process. (MO) ^ Demonstrate appropriate maintenance of welding equipment in the work place. (MO) ^ Demonstrate skill in oxyacetylene welding. (MO) ^ Each student use proper names of equipment and supplies used in oxyfuel welding ^ Explain and demonstrate safe and efficient operation of welding equipment. (MO) ^ Students will be able to identify the characteristics of metals and their reaction to welding processes. ^ Students will be able to recognize problems of gas fluctuation in welding and cutting operations. ^ Use and interpret charts to select filler material. (MO)
Fine ArtsARTD 25APainting: Beginning^ Create well-organized visual compositions in a variety of styles and techniques.? ^ Define well-organized visual composition and other formal principles in written and oral form. ^ Develop paintings focusing on color theory in a painterly or Impressionistic style. ^ Develop paintings focusing on realism with precise shapes and edges through the process of blending. ^ Develop paintings using dynamic compositional elements with appropriate light logic and accurate shapes. ^ Recognize and discuss historical painting styles. ^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will develop an understanding of basic painting terminology that coordinates with the ARTSD 25A curriculum.
Fine ArtsARTD 25BPainting: Beginning^ Students will be able to apply visual arts terminology in oral and written communication. ^ Students will be able to create a painting effectively applying light logic
Fine ArtsARTD 26APainting: Intermediate^ Students will be able to integrate visual arts terminology and historical stylistic terminology in oral and written communication. ^ Students will relate original images to historical precedents, or to personal modes of expression.
Fine ArtsARTD 26BPainting: Intermediate^ Students will apply visual arts concepts in oral and written communication. ^ Students will understand different approaches to pictorial space.
Fine ArtsARTD 27Painting: Watercolor^ Students will be able to apply watercolor in a wash technique. ^ Students will be able to stretch watercolor paper preparatory to painting a watercolor. ^ Students will create 3 color scales applying concepts of warm -cool, value and intensity.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 66Paragraph Writing^ Students will understand the elements of the paragraph. ^ Students will write a unified paragraph.
Business AdministrationPLGL 36Paralegal Internship^ At the conclusion of the internship the paralegal intern will prepare a new resume which contains the internship and lists skills developed at the internship. The intern will also write a sample cover letter which emphasizes the internship experience. ^ By working in a legal environment, the paralegal intern will comprehend the nature of a career as a paralegal, including application of paralegal knowledge and skills learned in the classroom, appreciation of proper office decorum and behavior, responsibility for being prompt and punctual, and application of high standards when generating work product.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 70Paramedic Clinical Internship^ Upon successful completion of Clinical Internship, students will have completed Assessments and evaluations on patients in each hospital department assigned, stating correct diagnosis and appropriate paramedic intervention as well completing the required number of patient contacts by category as required by the state of California. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate appropriate patient assessment skills, demonstrate the ability to utilize appropriate communications skills and demeanor with the patient, family, and hospital staff and demonstrate assertiveness in emergency situations as evidenced by proper assessment and selection of interventions.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 80Paramedic Field Externship^ Upon successful completion of Field Internship, 100% of students will demonstrate all required clinical skills to the same standards as required for certification, demonstrate proper scene assessment and intervention, including scene safety and need for additional resources and demonstrate appropriate patient assessment skills ^ Upon successful completion of Field Internship, students will complete the required number of patient contacts by category, demonstrate appropriate communication skills and demeanor with patients, significant others, and field personnel, Demonstrate assertiveness in emergency situations, determine appropriate paramedic protocols for each intervention and demonstrate judgment in selection and application and demonstrate the ability to assess and evaluate patients in field situations, correctly determining chief complaint, selecting and performing correct intervention.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 50Paramedic Skills Competency^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will analyze and demonstrate the appropriate usage of each splint, adjunct device, etc. as well as identify the protocol involving the appropriate application of each device. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to evaluate simulated patients, accurately determine problems, and select correct treatment modalities. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to explain and demonstrate proper radio communication techniques and protocols in simulations.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 5 (VOC)Park Facilities^ Course completers will be able to successfully develop a maintenance plan for a park facility ^ Students will be able to evaluate the safe and functional use of equipment, materials and procedures necessary for the proper layout, operation, maintenance and repair of park structures, playground apparatus, campground and surfaced areas.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 4 (VOC)Park Management^ Students completing this course will be able to adequately demonstrate why maintenance management plans are essential to the management and operations of a park system. ^ Students completing this course will be able to summarize policies regarding recreational activities, park planning and facility operations.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 91Patient Care in Radiologic Technology^ The student will accurately acquire and record vital signs ^ The student will correctly transfer patients. ^ The student will identify common emergency situations.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 21 (VOC)Patternmaking I^ Students completing FASH 21 will be able to create a Gore Skirt Pattern with notches, grainlines and cut information. ^ Students completing FASH 21 will be able to create a Mandarin Collar top with a yoke and sleeves.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 23 (VOC)Patternmaking II^ Students completing FASH 23 will be able to create a pattern for a shawl collar jacket with fitted sleeves, notches, grainlines and cut information. ^ Students completing FASH 23 will be able to create a pattern with a pattern card for a lined revere collar jacket.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 70 (VOC)Payroll and Tax Accounting^ I am able to assemble payroll record keeping requirements for employers under current state and federal laws ^ I am able to calculate wages and withholding amounts in payroll problems ^ I am able to identify payroll records required by the employer in preparation for filing tax forms for Social Security, federal and state income tax, state disability benefits, and federal and state unemployment
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 52 (VOC)PC Operating Systems^ CNET 52 students will demonstrate the ability to obtain technical information from each Windows operating system. ^ Students completing CNET 52 will be able to install Windows operating systems.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 50 (VOC)PC Servicing^ Students completing CNET 50 will demonstrate effective troubleshooting strategies for isolating faults in all major personal computer (PC) subsystems and components. ^ Students completing CNET50 will be able to add/remove input and output devices properly on computer systems running current operating systems. ^ Students in CNET 50 will be able to define common terms and recognize symbols used in PC systems.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 54 (VOC)PC Troubleshooting^ Students completing CNET 54 will be able to demonstrate proper use of specific and general-purpose diagnostic aids available to the PC technician. ^ Students completing CNET 54 will be able to identify component-level malfunctions in a typical personal computer.
NursingNURS 6Pediatric Nursing^ 1. Apply the basic principles of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, growth and development and other related principles, Neuman's Conceptual Framework and the Nursing Process to the care of pediatric clients and their families. (Lab- MO) ^ 1. Identify the developmental tasks of individuals and families in relation to their location in the family life cycle. (Theory- MO) ^ 10. Apply the principles of Neuman's Conceptual Framework in identifying the health care deficits and teaching needs of selected pediatric clients and family members. Plan, implement and evaluate the secondary prevention techniques aimed at meeting the needs of those clients and families. (Lab- MO) ^ 11. Record and document observations and treatment measures for clients according to established facility and instructional guidelines. (Lab-MO) ^ 2. Analyze and interpret physical signs and behavioral manifestations in response to biopsychosocial stressors that are obtained through nursing observations and interactions. (Lab- MO) ^ 2. Discuss the basic principles of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, growth and development and other related principles, Neuman's Conceptual Model and the Nursing Process as they relate to the care of pediatric clients and their families. (Theory- MO) ^ 3. Discuss the physical, mental/emotional, social and spiritual stressors and the needs of children based on knowledge of anatomy, physiology and principles of growth and development. (Theory- MO) ^ 3. Formulate a nursing diagnosis from an established list based on assessed problems and dynamics of parent-child relationships. (Lab- MO) ^ 4. Plan primary, secondary and tertiary preventions aimed at providing individualized care to pediatric clients and families. (Lab- MO) ^ 4. Utilize the problem solving process to identify primary, secondary and tertiary nursing preventions for pediatric clients and their families. (Theory- MO) ^ 5. Describe the influence of culture on growth and development processes and on the assessment care and treatment of the pediatric client. (Theory- MO) ^ 5. Implement the comprehensive plan of care, considering attitudes, and/or philosophies which are different from personal beliefs, and utilize the expertise of health team members in varied pediatric health care and community settings. (Lab- MO) ^ 6. Communicate verbally and in writing with clients, their families and health team members in various pediatric health care and community settings. (Lab- MO) ^ 6. Discuss attitudes toward parenthood, child- bearing and various family life styles and compare/contrast them with personal beliefs. (Theory- MO) ^ 7. Describe current trends and projected goals of child health care. (Theory- MO) ^ 7. Evaluate the effectiveness of the care given and determine the degree of achievement of short and long term goals on the wellness- illness continuum. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Calculate and administer medications to children of all ages with 100% accuracy and chart appropriately. (Lab- MO) ^ 8. Define and differentiate signs and symptoms of ‘normal' physical, psychological and behavioral characteristics during the growth process as opposed to indications of abnormal conditions. (Theory- MO) ^ 9. Function as a team member and provide care to pediatric clients and their families according to legal standards and established outcome criteria. (Lab- MO) ^ By the end of the course, at week 5 of every semester, each student will be competent in administering medication to the pediatric patient using the millligram to killigram formula. ^ By the end of the course, at week 5 of every semester, each student will be competent in performing a pediatric patient head to toe assessement. ^ Each student will demontrate compentency in pain assessment of the pediatric client in the clinical setting using the age appropriate pain scale. ^ Students will be able to identify appropriate immunizations to prevent communicable diseases.
CounselingCOUN 20Peer Counselor Training^ Students will be able to assist in an initial draft of an educational plan. ^ Students will be able to describe at least 2 concepts or skills they learned that would assist them as a helper. ^ Students will be able to describe at least 2 two concepts or skills and how they plan on utilizing them to be an effective peer counselor/advisor ^ Students will increase their understanding of communication techniques such as the recognition of verbal and nonverbal communication, appropriate problem-solving skills, and the use of empathy.
KinesiologyKINX 70Pep Squad^ Assess performances of required routines ^ Assessment of stunting and jumping proficiency
Adult Basic EducationBS LRN06Personal Computer Applications^ Students will create a variety of documents using document processing software, (i.e., formatting techniques, tables, graphics, layout and editing techniques). ^ Students will demonstrate skills in MS EXCEL that will benefit personal, career, and college advancement. ^ Students will demonstrate skills in WORD that will benefit personal, career, and college advancement. ^ Students will modify spreadsheets using text, data input, formulas and functions, charts, graphics and lists.
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 70 (VOC)Pet Shop Management^ Students will be able to merchandise over 25 different pet industry products in a small pet shop environment. ^ Students will be able to sketch out a working pet shop layout and label different items such as animal cages, product merchandising, and cashier station.
NursingNURS 2Pharmacology^ 5. Identify and differentiate between major drug classifications and commonly used agents within these classifications. (MO) ^ 6. Describe the essential components of a complete and legal medication order. (MO) ^ Compute pharmacology dosage calculation problems using the dimensional analysis method. (MO) ^ Convert from one measure to another within each system and between the apothecary, metric, and household system. (MO) ^ Correlate the nursing process with the study of pharmacology. (MO) ^ Course completers will successfully state with 75% accuracy the implications of medication administration associated with the nursing process. ^ Define terms as specified in relationship to medications and pharmacology. (MO) ^ Describe the relationship between medication administration, nurse practice acts, and standards of care. (MO) ^ Discuss the influence of culture, sexuality and psychological beliefs on drug therapy. (MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate dosage calculations using the dimensional analysis method at 75% minimum. ^ Identify factors that affect the client at various stages of the life cycle, especially the geriatric client, that are relevant to the administration of medications. (MO) ^ Identify the measures in the apothecaries system for weight and volume; metric and household system for length, volume, and weight. (MO) ^ Identify the scope of nursing responsibility related to pharmacology. (MO)
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 30Pharmacology for Paramedics^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to Identify the approved paramedic drugs, how the drugs are supplied, dosage ranges, and manner of administration as well as Classify the uses, actions, indications, contraindications, cautions and interactions of those drugs. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to measure and calculate proper drug dosages and administer by correct route each paramedic drug as ordered. ^ Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate proper aseptic and skill techniques for drug administration by various routes. They will pass with 100% accuracy a skills exam demonstrating IV starts, IV push medication administration, IVPB, IM, SQ, IN and IO medication administration.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 62Pharmacology for Respiratory Care^ Given a patient scenario, the student will determine appropriate drug therapy. ^ MO: Apply drug therapy techniques. ^ MO: Calculate drug dosages. ^ MO: Compare and contrast the parasympathetic and sympathetic branches of the nervous system. ^ MO: Define key terms pertaining to the principles of drug action. ^ MO: Describe the therapeutic purpose of each major aerosolized drug groups. ^ MO: State the indications for each of the major aerosolized drug groups. ^ The student will articulate the difference between the parasympathetic and sympathetic branches of the nervous system.
PhotographyPHOT 17 (VOC)Photocommunication^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 17 will be able to apply principles of composition including the Gestalt principles for effective visual communication. ^ Students that complete PHOT 17 will be able to create images of same subject altering the message by only changing the focal length of the lens. ^ Students that complete PHOT 17 will be able to create images where only lighting changes the picture message ^ Students that complete PHOT 17 will be able to create visual stories using three or more sequenced images ^ Students that complete PHOT 17 will be able to describe the differences between documentary and journalistic styles.
PhotographyPHOT 12 (VOC)Photographic Alternatives^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to analyze unique lighting source and apply to their conventional subjects. ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to classify images into their respective alternative application ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to design a hand-made camera. ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to produce hand toning to further enhance standard digitals or silver prints. ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to produce substrates suitable for emulsion coating. ^ Students that complete PHOT 12 will be able to remove prints from instant film emulsions.
PhotographyPHOT 28 (VOC)Photography Portfolio Development^ Create a marketing plan for a perspective job search strategy complete with a current resume. ^ Students that complete PHOT 28 will be able evaluate, edit and critique images with respect to technical quality, topic or assignment requirements, and compositional elements, and appropriateness for inclusion in portfolio(s). ^ Students that complete PHOT 28 will be able to analyze various presentation methods for photographic images. ^ Students that complete PHOT 28 will be able to create integrated marketing materials, including cover letter, resume, business card and promotional pieces ^ Students that complete PHOT 28 will be able to develop professional quality digital, online or device portfolio. ^ Students that complete PHOT 28 will be able to develop professional quality printed photographic portfolio. ^ Will compile personal photographs into a professional portfolio.
KinesiologyKINL 2Physical Fitness for the Physically Limited^ Accurately monitor an individual students heart rate during rest and exercise ^ Assessment of cardiovascular fitness with a one mile walk
GeographyGEOG 1LHPhysical Geography Laboratory - Honors^ Analyze landform features through an understanding of tectonic processes as well as exogenic processes such as erosion and deposition. ^ Apply principles of earth-sun relationships to concepts of time, seasonal variations in solar energy receipt and overall climatic patterns on earth. ^ Construct and interpret maps using cartographic principles. ^ Construct maps using cartographic principles. ^ Interpret maps. ^ Perform functions of temperature and pressure change using lapse rates. ^ Relate the distribution of vegetation to biomes and soil types. ^ Students will evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 1Physical Geology^ Develop SLOs for Geol1 to be tested during Spring 09 ^ Students will be able to analyze deep time as it relates to the physical and chemical evolution of Earth over time. ^ Students will be able to analyze how tectonics influences the formation and occurrence of minerals, rocks, earthquakes, volcanoes, oceans, continents, and landscapes. ^ Students will be able to analyze patterns and trends in observable data from a natural system, and form conclusions based on those patterns and trends. ^ Students will be able to apply scientific thinking and scientific method to analyze geologic problems, and the causes and effects of geologic processes. ^ Students will be able to use simple tools and techniques for field and lab identification of common minerals and rocks.
GeographyGEOG 1LPhysical Georgraphy Laboratory^ Analyze landform features through an understanding of tectonic processes as well as exogenic processes such as erosion and deposition. ^ Apply principles of earth-sun relationships to concepts of time, seasonal variations in solar energy receipt and overall climatic patterns on earth. ^ Construct and interpret maps using cartographic principles. ^ Construct maps using cartographic principles. ^ Evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives ^ Interpret maps. ^ Perform functions of temperature and pressure change using lapse rates. ^ Relate the distribution of vegetation to biomes and soil types.
Physics & EngineeringPHSC 9Physical Science^ Students will be able to accurately take and record measurements of a variety of physical quantities in lab. ^ Students will be able to apply the material from the course to real life situations. ^ Students will be able to describe macroscopic observations and properties in terms of a microscopic (atomic) model. ^ Students will be able to describe the methods of energy transfer. ^ Students will be able to describe the role of each component in a simple electric circuit. ^ Students will be able to identify the difference between and atom, molecule, and compound. ^ Students will be able to use Newton's laws to find the acceleration of an object. ^ Students will be able to write a balanced chemical equation for a double replacement reaction. ^ Students will identify which material has the greatest specific heat capacity.
KinesiologyKINF 53Physical Training for the Basic Fire Academy^ Students taking KIN-F53 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions. ^ Students taking KIN-F53 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times. ^ Students taking KIN-F53 will develop sufficient core strength. ^ Students taking KIN-F53 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 1Physics^ 70% of the students should be able to apply some concept from the class to a real-life situation and give a reasonable answer ^ Physics 1 students will be able to make measurements with optical instruments. ^ Students will be able to apply a concept from the class to a real-life situation and give a reasonable solution. ^ Students will be able to construct and make current and voltage measurements on parallel and series circuits. ^ Students will be able to use physics principles to explain how a loudspeaker converts an alternating electrical input into sound
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 2Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs^ Students successfully completing AD 2 will be able to describe and explain different theories relative to the etiology of addiction. ^ Students successfully completing AD 2 will be able to identify the types and functions of neurotransmitters in the brain. ^ Students successfully completing AD 2 will describe the effects of psychoactive substances on the brain and body. ^ Students will be able to describe the impact of drugs and alcohol on society as a whole. (MO) ^ Students will be able to identify and analyze the short and long-term effects of alcohol and drugs on the body. (MO) ^ Students will be able to identify and describe current evidence based practices in the treatment of addictions. (MO)
KinesiologyKIN 38Physiology of Exercise for Fitness^ Students will be able to define/explain Personal Trainer competancies. ^ Students will understand the contraindications relating to exercise testing an individual with disease.
DanceDNCE 41Pilates I^ Students will be able to execute 2 beginning and 2 intermediate mat exercises, 2 beginning Reformer and 1 Pilatesstick exercises. ^ Students will describe Pilates principles through a written exam
DanceDNCE 42Pilates II^ Students will execute 2 intermediate exercises each on the Mat and Reformer, 1 intermediate exercise on the Pilatesstick and 1 beginning exercise on the Wunda Chair. ^ Students will maintain written journal observations of Pilates principles as applied to lifestyle.
DanceDNCE 43Pilates III^ Students will execute 1 advanced exercise each on the Reformer and Wunda Chair and 2 exercises on the Cadillac. ^ Students will identify contributions of First Generation Pilates teachers through a research assignment.
DanceDN-T 34Pilates Teaching-Cadillac, Wunda Chair and Auxiliary Equipment^ Students will be able to demonstrate Pilates exercises anatomically, biomechanically with safety. ^ Students will be able to develop teaching formats for mat and apparatus that work the body in all planes of motion.
DanceDN-T 31Pilates Teaching-Mat and Reformer^ Students will be able to evaluate pilates instructors in a variety of settings. ^ Students will present professionally as a pilates teacher.
WeldingWELD 81 (VOC)Pipe and Tube Welding^ Demonstrate proper and safe usage of welding equipment and practices. (MO) ^ Differentiate the positions necessary to run various electrodes and filler metals using welding processes on pipes and/or tubing. (MO) ^ Identify materials used in pipe and tubing industry and select the correct filler materials for joining. (MO) ^ Solve problems as related to preparing, layout and fitting up materials prior to welding. (SLO/MO) ^ Students will be able to apply pipe welding skills in required practical projects. ^ Students will solve problems as related to preparing materials prior to welding.
MathMath 61Plane Geometry^ Apply properties of ratio, proportion and similarity. ^ Apply the properties of geometric figures (angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, etc.). ^ Deduce conclusions logically by reasoning from definitions, assumptions and theorems in formal and informal, direct and indirect proofs. ^ Given a statement, students will be able to make a drawing and write the hypothesis and conclusion using math notation pertinent to the drawing. ^ Identify and develop valid arguments and recognize errors in reasoning. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Perform fundamental geometric constructions using a compass and straightedge. ^ State and use geometric definitions. ^ State and use geometric formulas (areas, Pythagorean Theorem, angles, arcs, etc.). ^ Students can write a formal geometric proof. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
BiologyBIOL 2Plant and Animal Biology^ Students will be able to analyze the current taxonomic classification schemes and discuss how taxonomy is a work in progress. ^ Students will be able to classify plants to Family. Students will be able to correctly analyze plant characteristics and be able to place unfamiliar plants into their correct plant families. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms and describe how they are arranged in a classification hierarchy. ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast the different taxonomic groups (bacteria, protists, plants, animals and fungi) and discuss evolutionary changes that led to their adaptive radiation throughout geological time. ^ Students will be able to complete an analysis of plant and animal interactions in relationship to their biomes. ^ Students will be able to construct cladogram. Students will be able to correctly analyze and construct a cladogram using shared and derived characteristics placing species and their characteristics in the proper positions. ^ Students will be able to define the concept of alteration of generation, and analyze the modifications that have occurred in different organismal groups. ^ Students will be able to describe animal form and function emphasizing evolutionary trends throughout the animal kingdom (including structure, function, nutrition, circulation, gas exchange, immune response, internal controls, chemical signals, reproduction, development, behavior, nervous and sensory systems). ^ Students will be able to describe plant form and function emphasizing evolutionary trends throughout the plant kingdom (including structure, function, growth, transport, nutrition, control systems, reproduction and development.) ^ Students will be able to describe the life cycles of the important phyla in detail emphasizing evolutionary trends through geological time. ^ Students will be able to discuss evolutionary changes throughout the geological time scale including topics on systematics, taxonomy, and biological diversity. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the impact of science on their daily lives (area B GEO being used as course level SLO)
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 2 (VOC)Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management^ Course completers will be able to demonstrate commercial plant propagation techniques used in the nursery industry. ^ Course completers will be able to formulate growing media that is appropriate for use in propagation of plants. ^ Course completers will be able to integrate proper sanitation and disease prevention procedures ^ Students completing AGOR 2 will be able to demonstrate a work ethic appropriate to the plant production industry.
BiologyBTNY 3Plant Structures, Functions, and Diversity^ Compare and contrast the anatomical and morphological differences between stems, leaves and roots. ^ Compare and contrast the reproductive structures of bacteria, algae, fungi, bryophytes, lower vascular plants, ferns, gymnosperms, and angiosperms. ^ Discuss the importance of biodiversity and conservation. ^ Distinguish modifications of stems, leaves and roots with respect to various environmental conditions related to water and food. ^ Evaluate various theories dealing with uptake of water and food and associated transport pathways in vascular plants. ^ Examine the major lines of evolution of plants and the phylogenetic relationships from bacteria to angiosperms, including the work of Charles Darwin and natural selection. ^ Examine, monitor and analyze the growth and development of plants from seed to seed and relate deficiencies in nutrients to growth changes. ^ Identify cells and tissues in stems, leaves and roots. ^ Illustrate the ecological concept that every living and non-living thing is interconnected, with emphasis on biotic as well as abiotic factors such as soil and exposure to sun/wind. ^ Students will learn a variety of values of botanical organisms inspected in during class and determine the relevance of Botany to their daily lives ^ Students will use the Scientific Method for a plant growth project to develop an understanding for how science works. ^ Summarize the characteristics of plant communities and biomes. ^ Value plants, fungi, algae, and the natural world.
TheaterTHTR 15 (VOC)Play Rehearsal and Performance^ Analyze character ^ Analyze play. ^ Analyze rehearsal work process. ^ Apply character analysis techniques. ^ Collaborate closely with others on an interdependent project ^ Demonstrate refined performance skills. ^ Examine and apply technical aspects of the theater. ^ Meet all established deadlines, as they mix the creative process with practical time considerations. ^ Prepare for an audition ^ Students completing THTR 15 will be able to function as an actor or theater technician in any rehearsal situation. ^ Students completing THTR 15 willl be able to function successfully in any performance situation.
Political SciencePOLI 1Political Science^ Analyze policy areas such as foreign and economic policy, civil rights and civil liberties, environmental and educational policies in order to predict or evaluate the consequences of various policy alternatives. ^ Differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time. ^ Differentiate powers delegated to the U.S. from those reserved to the states. ^ Evaluate the role of Congress, the presidency, the courts and their interaction with state and local governments. ^ Evaluate the role of political parties, interest groups, elections and the mass media in the American political system with an emphasis on the state of California and its relations to the national government. ^ Identify constitutional amendments which have expanded the right to vote. ^ Identify constitutional amendments, which have expanded the right to vote. ^ Marshall empirical data to support a political science theory.
Political SciencePOLI 2Political Science^ Analyze political systems by using the comparative method. ^ Analyze the relationship between social, political and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Analyze the role of political parties, interest groups, elections and the mass media in various countries. ^ Compare political systems, both in theory and with actual country examples. ^ Distinguish among regime types and their central features. ^ Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of proportional representation and single member district plurality as electoral methods. ^ Explain ethnic group conflict, and political institutions for managing ethnic group conflict. ^ Explain the impact of regional, economic, historical and cultural factors on political institutions and behavior. ^ Identify the key features of parliamentary and presidential forms of government and identify their advantages and disadvantages. ^ Identify the role of the state.
Political SciencePOLI 1HPolitical Science - Honors^ Students completing Political Science 1 will be able to marshall empirical data to support a theory. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time.
Political SciencePOLI 5Political Science Theory^ Analyze divergent assumptions about human nature and the theories they influenced. ^ Analyze the development of political philosophy and theory and its impact on the historical development of governmental institutions. ^ Analyze the relationship between philosophical assumptions and theories of government. ^ Analyze the relationship between social, political and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Evaluate and assess divergent political philosophical and theoretical viewpoints as to their relative validity. ^ Explain similarities and differences between liberal and republican political philosophies, citing contributions of philosophers instrumental in the development of each. ^ Summarize the main criticisms of liberal democracy made by Karl Marx ^ Summarize the main criticisms of liberal democracy made by Karl Marx.
Political SciencePOLI 7Political Theory II - Early Modern to Contemporary^ Students should be able to accurately explain theories of power and crisis associated with theories of thinkers covered in the course and to compare them ^ Students should be able to explain the meaning of the terms public sphere and civil society in the theories of contemporary political theorists.
Political SciencePOLI 25Politics of the Mexican American^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time. ^ Students will be able to identify significant changes that have occurred over the past two decades in representation by latinos in American government and politics. ^ Students will be able to identify similarities and differences in public opinion held by different latino communities such as Mexican-Americans and Cuban-Americans.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 35Pop Culture in the Media^ Analyze the roles of formulating popular culture in film. ^ Evaluate the impact pop culture has had on radio and television throughout the decades. ^ Explain the role social media. ^ Recognize examples of pop culture in cult films. ^ Trace the transition of an idea from fad to popular culture status in TV or film.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 290Portfolio^ Analyze and evaluate personal portfolio. ^ Apply principles of composition and design in portfolio creation. ^ Create a printed and digital portfolio, cover letter and resume. ^ Identify and solve specific portfolio problems by applying techniques related to the individual's discipline or art form. ^ Select and organize student's art pieces based on their chosen field. ^ Select, organize and create appropriate portfolio pieces based on discipline. ^ Students will be able to build a professional looking digital portfolio targeting a specific audience.
PhotographyPHOT 18 (VOC)Portraiture and Wedding Photography^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22 and what they do, i.e. shallow depth of field and great depth of field. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4 and what they do, i.e. stop action and create blur. ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to analyze information necessary for the operation of a wedding and portrait photography business. ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to apply photographic methods and techniques appropriate to studio and location photography. ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to create a portfolio of commercial portrait and wedding photography. ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to demonstrate proper color correction and digital file manipulation ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to demonstrate specific procedures, techniques and tools utilized by professional wedding and portrait photographers. ^ Students that complete PHOT 18 will be able to evaluate common problems related to commercial, portrait and wedding photography.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 57 (VOC)Power Train Repair^ Students completing this course will learn the various ways power is transmitted including friction, gear and fluid types. ^ Students completing this course will learn to identify and understand the various types of power transmission used to propel, operate, and actuate various types of machinery. This includes clutches, various transmission types, differentials, and final drives.
Education for Older AdultsVOC BCPP1PowerPoint Basics 1^ Students in Power Point Basic 1 classes will complete a class project that displays students ability to properly use slide basics. ^ Students in Power point basics 1 classes will complete a class project that displays students ability to properly use slide transitions.
Education for Older AdultsVOC BCPP2PowerPoint Basics 2^ The students in Power Point Basics 2 will demonstrate properly inserting video and audio in a power point slide through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Power Point Basics 2 will display proper use of hyperlinks and action buttons through completion of a class project.
CISCISS 11Practical Computer Security^ Students completing CISS 11 - Practical Computer Security will be able to apply practical security principles by reading the book and completing hands on activities. ^ Students completing CISS 11 - Practical Computer Security will gain a non-technical foundation of computer security, with discussion of different types of security attacks and defenses that every student can use.
MathMath 71XPractical Intermediate Algebra^ Apply algebraic analysis to functions described above and give real-world meaning to intercepts, slope, asymptotes, and extrema. ^ Demonstrate in writing changes of units and other applications of ratios and proportions. ^ Isolate variables in equations of linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic forms. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Model real-world phenomena using least-squares methods for data which approximate linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use data gathering instruments to sample data for curve fitting. ^ Use infinite series to model and quantify real-world phenomena.
Sign LanguageSIGN 239Practicum^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting. ^ Students will identify two aspect of their interpreting process that needs improvement and come up with at least two strategies for improvement.
MathMath 50Pre-Algebra^ Math 50 students will be able to simplify expressions. ^ Demonstrate mastery of relevant vocabulary and notation. ^ Determine factors and divisibility of any integer, identify prime numbers, and determine the least common multiple of any combination of whole numbers. ^ Evaluate ratios and percents, convert between percent and rational numbers, and solve equations and applications involving proportions and percents. ^ Find perimeter and area of geometric figures. ^ Math 50 students will be able to solve a linear equation. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Plot points and graph equations in two variables. ^ Simplify algebraic expressions with any rational number coefficient (includes the ability to evaluate algebraic expressions and formulas involving any rational number.) ^ Simplify and approximate square roots, and use them in application of the Pythagorean Theorem. ^ Solve any linear equation with rational coefficients, and apply this ability in solving word problems. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use the order of operations to simplify any arithmetic problem involving whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers in both fraction and decimal form. ^ When performing a problem, Math 50 students will present a logical, step-by-step argument, leading to a correct conclusion.
KinesiologyKINX 88Pre-Season Athletics^ Students will demonstrate proficiency in 2 sport-specifc skills ^ Students will develop an improved level of fitness throughout the course.
MathMath 160Precalculus Mathematics^ Analyze arithmetic and geometric sequences. ^ Analyze polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric equations. ^ Determine the domains of functions. ^ Find the inverse of functions ^ Find the partial fraction decomposition of rational expressions. ^ Graph conic sections; recognize or derive their properties, and write their equations. ^ Graph functions using translations and reflections. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Operate with functions. ^ Operate with vectors, including the dot product; use vectors to solve application problems. ^ Solve and graph systems of nonlinear equations. ^ Solve for the complex roots of polynomial functions. ^ Solve polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric equations. ^ Students will be able to analyze a variety of functions. ^ Students will be able to solve different types of trigonometric equations. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Use linear and quadratic functions to solve application problems. ^ Use the binomial theorem.
NursingNURS 11Preceptorship in Nursing^ Apply theoretical base to clinical practice by: a. discussing the medications, contraindications, administration precautions, and significant side effects for those medications given to assigned clients with 100% accuracy. b. demonstrating the theoretical knowledge base, through clinical performance, related to pathophysiology, pertinent medical history, priority nursing diagnosis, first and second level assessment, goals and nursing interventions with 100% accuracy. (MO) ^ Course completers will complete a total of 112 hours of clinical hours. ^ Demonstrate clinical skills appropriate to the entry-level practitioner by: a. utilizing principles of infection control 100% of the time. b. calculating I.V. flow rates with 100% accuracy. (MO) ^ Demonstrate clinical thinking by: a. client-nurse interactions based on application of the nursing process. b. observing, interpreting, analyzing client behaviors. (MO) ^ Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills by: a. utilizing principles of therapeutic communication with adult medical-surgical clients and their significant others 100% percent of the time. b. Reporting pertinent nursing assessment findings, interventions, and evaluations to appropriate members of the nursing staff 100% of the time, when there are client changes and when leaving the unit. (MO) ^ Demonstrate skills by written communication through charting and clinical reports: a. recording changes in client status, procedures, further assessment findings, interventions, evaluations, and visitation by other health care providers, using descriptive terminology. b. Completing all written work and clinical reports in a neat, legible manner, and without grammatical or spelling errors. (MO) ^ Each student will demonstrate the appropriate safe and effective care as an entry level RN with in the scope of practice as stated in the Nursing Practice Act. ^ Students will successfully perform registered nursing care safely and accurately to their assigned patients in regards to medication administration.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 68Preparation for College Writing^ In response to one or more assigned texts, students will write an expository essay. ^ Students will be able to punctuate a variety of sentence types.
Emergency Medical ServicesEMS 2Preparation for Paramedic Program^ Upon completion of this class, students will demonstrate Basic Life Support (BLS) knowledge and skills, Immobilize long bone fractures and dislocations, Manage venous and arterial hemorrhaging with trauma dressings and tourniquets, as well as treating the underlying shock state, Establish and maintain a patent airway utilizing airway adjunct devices,Administer oxygen therapy by means of devices such as nasal cannula, simple, venturi and nonrebreather face masks and Perform spinal immobilization, including vehicle extrication ^ Upon completion of this class, students will demonstrate readiness to enter the Paramedic program by performing patient assessment skills consistent with Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS) and Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency standards.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyTECH 89Preparation for Work Experience^ Student will be able to complete a resume and cover letter to describe their work experiences.
LAC - InstructionalREAD 90Preparing for College Reading^ 1. Student will be able to explain own schema for approaching college-level textbooks. ^ 2. Students will be able to use structural organization to explain college-level textbooks. ^ 3. Students wil be able to use vocabulary strategies appropriate to college-level textbooks. ^ 4. Students will be able to recognize connections among ideas in college-level textbooks. ^ 5. Students will be able to question college-level textbooks at a variety of comprehension levels. ^ 6. Students will be able to demonstrate awareness of demands for reading college-level textbooks. ^ Faculty will examine and determine consistent and effective approaches to teaching Word Concept Mapping to READ 90 students. ^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students in READ 90 at Mt. SAC who complete the coursework will succeed in at a higher rate.
Aeronautics, TransportationAERO 100Primary Pilot Ground School^ All AERO 23 students will demonstrate college level math skills. ^ Analyze the fundamentals of airplane and helicopter aerodynamics and flight characteristics. ^ Calculate and complete a flight planning log using aircraft performance data, aeronautical charts, navigation plotter, and manual flight computer. ^ Identify terms and vocabulary associated with piloting and air traffic control. ^ Interpret radio navigation instruments and determine the aircraft line of position. ^ Recognize symbols and decode data from aeronautical charts. ^ Students will be able to compute safe limits of aircraft weight and balance on light aircraft. ^ Students will demonstrate their understanding of the various procedures and techniques utilized in cross-country flight navigation ^ Use and read six basic flight instruments.
Administration of JusticeADJU 2 (VOC)Principles and Procedures of the Justice System^ Discuss legislative change to parole and probation in California ^ Discuss parole and probation adjudications ^ Identify statutory and constitutional law related to arraignments ^ Students will demonstrate understanding of the Social Contract Theory and the role it plays in society. ^ Students will identify the purpose and need for Criminal Procedures.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 7 (VOC)Principles of Accounting - Financial^ I am able to analyze and record transactions, using a journal and a ledger, of varying degrees of difficulty including adjusting, and closing entries ^ I am able to describe the basic accounting system and how it is used to serve business needs ^ I am able to utilize accounting information including financial statements to perform financial statement analysis
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 8Principles of Accounting - Managerial^ I am able to describe a job order cost accounting system and explain how manufacturing costs flow through the inventory accounts of the balance sheet and move onto the income stateent ^ I am able to distinguish between product and period costs and explain which of these costs are shown on the balance sheet and which costs are shown on the income statement ^ I am able to explain the role of the managerial accountant and describe the uses of managerial accounting information
TheaterTHTR 11Principles of Acting I^ Analyze plays to prepare a role for performance. ^ Apply work habits that emphasize meeting deadlines, working with others, and giving structure and form to the craft of acting. ^ Develop analytical skills and listening techniques in order to critique a performance. ^ Develop and utilize effective vocal and physical communication techniques. ^ Students who complete THTR 11 will be able to analyze acting in theatrical performances. ^ Students will attend a live theater performance and be able to critically analyze the performances without using value judgements. ^ Students will be able to apply learned performance techniques to any rehearsal environment. ^ Students will be able to meet the basic rehearsal criteria (memorization, character analysis, line call) without coaching. ^ Students will be able to read a script and identify a character's given circumstances. ^ Students will be able to read a script and identify the character given circumstances. ^ Students will demonstrate ability to apply basic knowledge in any theatrical situation. ^ Students will feel a greater level of self-confidence in communicating situations involving public presentation. ^ Students will know basic theater terminology, and apply same in practicums. ^ Synthesize plays and roles by expressing their feelings and discoveries. ^ Understand the role of theater as both a way of communicating ideas and as a medium for entertainment.
TheaterTHTR 12Principles of Acting II^ Evaluate and critique scenes. ^ Evaluate vocal and physical communication techniques. ^ Recognize the theater's role in educating audiences. ^ Research and analyze advanced scenes and plays . ^ Students who complete THTR 12 will be able to evaluate the acting performances of others. ^ Students who complete THTR 12 will be able to produce acting monologues and scenes with confidence. ^ Synthesize research of scenes and plays by communicating to others their feelings and discoveries.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 108Principles of Animation^ Anim 108 students will be able to successfully execute the "Principles of Animation." ^ Apply action analysis and observations to animated drawings. ^ Apply critical thinking skills elemental to the problem solving of design and the visual arts. ^ Create drawings that convey action in terms of movement, emotion, attitude, and expression. ^ Draw to present story points or ideas completely and clearly through staging. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to render fluid "arc" movements for a falling leaf. ^ Outcome/Objective Students will be able to render fluid "squash and stretch" movements for a bouncing ball. ^ Render basic animation movements for characters or objects while applying the mechanics and timing of squash and stretch, key poses, secondary actions, follow through, staging, overlapping action and weight.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 20 (VOC)Principles of Business^ I am able to describe and explain social responsibility and business ethics ^ I am able to explain the global dimensions affecting businesses today and in the future ^ I am able to list and explain the foundations upon which business is built and the economic challenges facing the United States
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 10 (VOC)Principles of Continuous Quality Improvement^ I am able to contrast quality management theory and previous management thought ^ I am able to define and outline the key principles of continuous quality management ^ I am able to describe describe and explain the quality management tools and techniques for process improvement
BiologyANTH 5Principles of Cultural Anthropology^ Students will be able to analyze how anthropological knowledge and insights can be applied to current societal issues, and then be extrapolated to an analytic evaluation of humanity's future. ^ Students will be able to analyze the key methodological practices of cultural anthropology, with its major focus on pursuing ethnographic research through fieldwork. ^ Students will be able to assess the historical development of anthropology as a Western academic discipline, giving particular attention to the significant contributions and perspectives of women, minority and non-Western cultural anthropologists. ^ Students will be able to critically evaluate the dynamics of culture change (both voluntary and involuntary), and apply this knowledge to understanding the complexities of culturally heterogeneous societies. ^ Students will be able to examine the basic conceptual framework which structures the anthropological study of humanity, identifying the crucial distinctions between ethnocentrism and the practice of cultural relativism. ^ Students will be able to recognize the diversity of human cultures by contrasting comparative ethnographic information from a significant variety of world societies. ^ Students will be able to recognize the immense scope of the multi-faceted discipline of anthropology and explain the relationships between its basic areas of inquiry: physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistics and archaeology. ^ Students will be able to relate how the processes in any cultural system operate by analyzing the integrated, synergistic nature of all such systems.
Business AdministrationBUSC 1APrinciples of Economics - Macroeconomics^ Students completing BUSC 1A - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics will be able to discuss current fiscal policy of the federal government and will be able to form their opinion. ^ Students completing BUSC 1A - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics will correctly know the use of fiscal policy and will be able to comment on the fiscal policy used by the government. ^ Students completing BUSC 1A - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics will correctly know the use of monetary policy and make comments on the monetary policy being used by the FED. ^ Students completing BUSC 1A - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics will know Fiscal Policy, various types of Fiscal Policies, and the tools available to the federal government to use Fiscal Policy. The students will also know the diffeence between an expansionary and a contractionary fiscal policy. ^ Students completing BUSC 1A - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics will know the monetary policy and the tools available to the Fed to use a certain type of monetary policy. The students will know the difference between an expansionary monetary policy and a contractiuonary monetary policy. ^ Students were asked to discuss the fiscal policy used in 2014-15 with respect to the high unemployment rate in the economy. More than 80% 0f the students were able to relate the use of fiscal policy with intended outcomes. They were able to discuss the relationship with the current fiscal policy and the declining level of unemployment rate in the economy. Students were also asked to discuss the impact of increased minimum wage rate. More that 80% of the students were able to put the whole discussion in perspective. ^ Students were given an exercise to use Monetary Policy during recessionary conditions. They were asked to use Open Market Operations and how they will work during recessionary conditions. More than 80% of the students were able to recommend the policy and it's affects correctly. ^ The students were asked to write a report on the use of fiscal policy used during Reagan administration. They were asked to discuss the 1981 Economic Recovery Act (ERA) and its effect on the economic activity during that period. More than 80% of the students were able to explain the fiscal policy and 1981 ERA effects on the economy with a clear understanding of the fiscal policy.
Business AdministrationBUSC 1AHPrinciples of Economics - Macroeconomics - Honors^ Students completing BUSC 1AH - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics - Honors will correctly know the use of fiscal policy and will be able to comment on the fiscal policy being used by the government. ^ Students completing BUSC 1AH - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics - Honors will correctly know the use of monetary policy and will be able to comment on the monetary policy used by the FED. ^ Students completing BUSC 1AH - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics - Honors will know Fiscal Policy, various types of Fiscal Policies, and the tools available to the federal government to use Fiscal Policy. The students will also know the difference between an expansionary and a contractionary fiscal policy. ^ Students completing BUSC 1AH - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics - Honors will know the monetary policy and the tools available to the Fed to use a certain type of monetary policy. The students will know the difference between an expansionary monetary policy and a contractionary monetary policy. ^ Students were asked to discuss the need and role of the Federal reserve System and asses the effectiveness of the monetary policy used in 2014-15. More than 90% of the students were able to identify and discuss the need and role of the Fed correctly in running an effective monetary policy. They were able to discuss its functions correctly. However, the students did not see much effectiveness of the monetary policy during the recessionary conditions. They did not notice much changes made in the monetary policy tools in the last one year.
Business AdministrationBUSC 1BPrinciples of Economics - Microeconomics^ Students completing BUSC 1B - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics will be able to choose quantities of different commodities having different price tags by spending limited amount of money to maximize satisfaction ^ Students completing BUSC 1B - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics will correctly know consumer's behavior to maximize their utility in allocating scarce resources to satisfy thier infinite wants. ^ Students completing BUSC 1B - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics will use producer's behavior to determine price of the product they produce under various market situations to maximize profit ^ Students were asked to determine the merits of price-quantity determination in the market economy of the Unites States. ^ Students were asked to discuss the reason for not giving welfare recipients their welfare benefits in cash rather than in-kind.
Business AdministrationBUSC 1BHPrinciples of Economics -Microeconomics - Honors^ Students completing BUSC 1BH - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics - Honors will correctly know the consumers' behavior to maximize their utility by allocating scarce resources. ^ Students completing BUSC 1BH - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics - Honors will correctly know the producers' behavior to maximize their profit by allocating scarce resources. ^ Students completing BUSC 1BH - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics - Honors will know to allocate scarce resources on various commodities to maximize satisfaction ^ Students completing BUSC 1BH - Principles of Economics - Microeconomics - Honors will use producer's behavior to determine price of the product they produce under various market situations to maximize profit
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 52 (VOC)Principles of Exporting and Importing^ I am able to define key international trade documentation requirements ^ I am able to describe types of international trade transportation intermediaries ^ I am able to explain how a small business can prepare to conduct export operations
Fire TechnologyFIRE 13Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety and Survival^ Defend the need for annual medical evaluations and the establishment of physical fitness criteria for emergency services personnel throughout their careers. (MO) ^ Define and describe the need for cultural and behavioral change within the emergency services relating to safety, incorporating leadership, supervision, accountability and personal responsibility. (MO) ^ Describe and evaluate circumstances that might constitute an unsafe act. (MO) ^ Discuss how incorporating the lessons learned from investigations can support cultural change throughout the emergency services. (MO) ^ Discuss the importance of code enforcement in residential structures. (MO) ^ Evaluate the need for counseling and psychological support for emergency services personnel and, their families. (MO) ^ Explain standardized policies for responding to emergency scenes can minimize injuries and deaths. (MO) ^ Explain the national emergency services worker fatality problem, and the history of the 16-firefighter life safety initiatives. ^ Explain the need for enhancements of personal and organizational accountability for health and safety. (MO) ^ Identify access to local psychological resources and services. (MO) ^ Identify the major causes of firefighter's line of duty deaths and injuries in the United States. (SLO) ^ Identify the means of preventing firefighter's deaths and injuries through the prevention of fires. (SLO) ^ Identity the national training standards as they correlate to professional development in leadership, supervision, and personal responsibility.
Nutrition & FoodNF 20Principles of Foods with Lab^ Students completing NF 20 - Principles of Foods - will be able to correctly identify key kitchen equipment. ^ Students completing NF 20 - Principles of Foods with Lab will be able to apply and present food science principles to the analysis of a recipe. ^ Students completing NF 20 - Principles of Foods with Lab will feel confident in their abilities to successfully follow recipes.
CISCISS 13Principles of Information Systems Security^ Students completing CISS 13 - Principles of Information Systems Security will be able to understand and explain at least one domain from the Common Body of Knowledge. ^ Students completing CISS 13 - Principles of Information Systems Security will be able to understand and explain the Primary Components of Risk Management. ^ Students completing CISS 13 - Principles of Information Systems Security will be able to understand the "need for security."
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 51 (VOC)Principles of International Business^ I am able to explain how culture impacts international business ^ I am able to explain the differences between domestic business and international business ^ I am able to identify how governments influence trade
Sign LanguageSIGN 223Principles of Interpreting^ Given three scenarios, students will be able to complete the DCCRD cycle for each scenario with some level of detail. ^ Identify the five levels of discourse register (levels of formality) including what situations call for each level and how each level differs in linguistic expression. ^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting.
Administration of JusticeADJU 20 (VOC)Principles of Investigation^ Demonstrate an understanding of how to read body language during interrogations ^ Demonstrate knowledge of the constitutional limitations to search and seizure ^ Students will be able to compare and contrast different interview and interrogation techniques. ^ Students will be able to define profiling and recognize where and how it is appropriately applied.
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 36 (VOC)Principles of Marketing^ I am able to recall and apply distribution strategies used in the marketing of products and services ^ I am able to recall and apply promotional strategies used in the marketing of products and services. ^ I have developed a working knowledge of marketing terminology
BiologyMICR 1Principles of Microbiology^ Be able to determine etiologic agent and identify disease given a series of original infectious diseases case studies. ^ Students will be able to contrast the metabolic processes of fermentation and aerobic metabolism, noting cycles involved, energy production and end products. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate aseptic technique and safe handling of microbial cultures ^ Students will be able to describe and accurately draw various microbes based on microscopic observations. ^ Students will be able to Describe characteristics of selected pathogens, and the diseases caused by each. ^ Students will be able to describe the course of infectious diseases, including the interactions with host defenses. ^ Students will be able to describe the role of genes, chromosomes, mutations and human manipulation in heredity of prokaryotic cells. ^ Students will be able to describe the structures/functions of external and internal components of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. ^ Students will be able to draw standard growth curves for bacterial cultures and explain factors affecting bacterial growth. ^ Students will be able to evaluate physical, chemical and chemotherapeutic agents. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the best method to control microbes in various settings (chemical, physical or chemotherapeutic agents). ^ Students will be able to evaluate the level of contamination in water, milk, specific food products. ^ Students will be able to identify an unknown bacterial organism based on results of lab procedures performed and through a miniaturized multitest system; compare findings of these two methods. ^ Students will be able to identify the fundamental concepts of immunity, immunization, immune deficiencies and immunological testing. ^ Students will be able to observe bacterial transformation by plasmid DNA and describe an acquired phenotypic trait of the transformed cells. ^ Students will be able to outline the general characteristics of viruses, prions, and viroids. ^ Students will be able to perform a molecular separation technique (gel electrophoresis) and identify a DNA source using DNA fingerprinting. ^ Students will be able to perform quantitative plating and turbidity measures to determine the number of bacteria present in a culture sample. ^ Students will be able to prepare smears, perform staining procedures and record microscopic observations. ^ Students will be able to use an immunobiotechnological procedure (ELISA) to detect a positive HIV reaction in a simulation.
CISCISP 10Principles of Object-Oriented Design^ Students completing CISP 10 - Principles of Object-Oriented Design will be able to create a UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagram for any given programming application. ^ Students completing CISP 10 - Principles of Object-Oriented Design will be able to identify classes (objects) needed to create object-oriented application in any programming language. ^ Students in CISP10 will be able to use Agile methodology to design and create any business application
Child Development, EducationCHLD 5Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs^ Students completing CHLD 5 - Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs will be able to analyze the relationship between observation, planning, implementation and assessment in developing effective teaching strategies and positive learning and development ^ Students completing CHLD 5 - Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs will be able to assess early childhood settings, curriculum, and teaching strategies utilizing indicators of quality early childhood practice that support all children including those with diverse characteristics. ^ Students completing CHLD 5 - Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs will be able to examine a variety of guidance and interaction strategies to increase children's social development as it relates to their competence in building relationships within a classroom setting. a. promote respectful adult-to-child interactions and relationships b. promote sincere teacher-to-child communiques c. promote best practices in peer-to-peer relationships ^ Students completing CHLD 5 - Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs will be able to examine the value of play as a vehicle for developing skills, knowledge, dispositions, and strengthening relationships among young children. ^ Students completing CHLD 5 - Principles/Practices in Child Development Programs will be able to interpret best and promising teaching and care practices as defined within the field of early care and education's history, range of delevery systems, program types and philosphies and ethical standards ^ Students completing CHLD 5 Principles and Practices will be able to evaluate Early Care and Education Program regulations, standards, policies according to Title 22 California.
WeldingWELD 60 (VOC)Print Reading and Computations for Welders^ Assess bills of materials, weights and lengths of materials. (MO) ^ Calculate with fractions, decimals, and metrics by converting and manipulating. (SLO/MO ^ Create objects from print drawings. (MO) ^ Demonstrate concepts of views by sketching objects. (MO) ^ Identify and define print notes and specifications. (MO) ^ Identify welding symbols on prints and objects. (MO) ^ Illustrate revolved sections of objects. (MO ^ Interpret detail and assembly prints. (MO) ^ Recognize and identify structural and pipe shapes and sizes. (MO) ^ Students will be able to calculate with fractions, decimals, and converting between metric and standard units of measure. ^ Students will be able to identify print views, lines and dimensioning methods
Fine ArtsARTD 47APrinting: Alternative Methods Relief and Intaglio^ Students will produce printable photo polymer plates.
Fine ArtsARTD 44BPrintmaking: Intermediate Lithography^ Students will produce a portfolio of multi-color lithographic prints.
Fine ArtsARTD 45BPrintmaking: Intermediate Screenprinting^ Student will acquire knowledge of silkscreen printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 45B curriculum. ^ Students will create editions of multi-color screen prints ^ Students will demonstrate their ability to produce color separated films for a multi-color print project
Fine ArtsARTD 44APrintmaking: Introduction to Lithography I^ Student will acquire knowledge of printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 44 curriculum. ^ Students will learn techniques to directly create or transfer existing original imagery to matrices used in the lithography printmaking process. ^ Students will understand the concept of planographic printing in lithography.
Fine ArtsARTD 45APrintmaking: Introduction to Screenprinting^ Analyze contemporary and historic screen printing images as inspiration for course assignments. ^ Analyze the social impact of repeatable multiple images of screen printing on contemporary society. ^ Compare and contrast fine art screen printing. ^ Devise methods of transforming tonal images to graphic delineations. ^ Discuss, analyze, and evaluate personal printed works of art as well as historic and contemporary examples using art-specific vocabulary for content, technique, and style in written and oral critiques. ^ Document development stages of visual ideas for course assignments in a notebook. ^ Examine the role screen printing plays in contemporary visual art. ^ Select appropriate studio practices, technologies, methods and materials to solve specific problems arising in the creation of multiple print editions in screen printing. ^ Student will acquire knowledge of silkscreen printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 45A curriculum. ^ Students will acquire knowledge of silkscreen printmaking terminology which coordinates with the ARTD 45A curriculum. ^ Students will learn techniques to directly create or transfer original or existing imagery to the particulars of the silkscreen printmaking process. ^ Students will understand the concept of multiple originals. ^ Students will understand the use of stencils of different kinds in silkscreen printmaking. ^ Synthesize personal imagery with basic key elements of design (line, color, shape, texture, space, form). ^ Use color theory to mix custom color inks for assigned course projects.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 250Product Design and Viability^ Create cost benefit analyses of common vs. sustainable materials processes for product manufacturing. ^ Design or re-design a prototype for a product according to manufacturing constraints ^ Generate most efficient bill of materials (BOM) or assembly based on assembly time studies, machine and tooling capacity, and yield of various manufacturing processes.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD02Production of Boutique Craft for Retail Sales^ The students in Production of Boutiques Craft for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper cost analysis techniques through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Production of Boutiques Craft for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper craft design/pattern making through completion of a class project. ^ The students in Production of Boutiques Craft for Retail Sales Classes will demonstrate proper tool care techniques through completion of a class project.
CommunicationSPCH 8Professional and Organization Speaking^ Students will conduct an employment interview. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will understand the need to adapt communication style to acknowledge the differences in others
CommunicationSPCH 8HProfessional and Organizational Speaking - Honors^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will understand the need to adapt communication style to acknowledge the differences in others
Interior DesignID 36Professional Practices for Interior Design^ 1. Distinguish the differences and similarities between interior design specialties. 2. Develop a resume, cover letters, and follow up letters. 3. Design professional identities using self-branding. 4. Develop interview skills and professional demeanor. 5. Dress appropriately for interviews. 6. Compose portfolios of projects for exhibition and oral presentations. ^ Students will successfully compose a portfolio accurately based on industry standards. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills in the presentation of a portfolio. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking in editing portfolio content.
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 35 (VOC)Professional Selling^ I am able to compare and contrast customer needs, wants, product features and benefits ^ I am able to evaluate my own potential as a professional salesperson and set goals for improvement ^ I am able to list the characteristics of a successful salesperson
Child Development, EducationCHLD 74Program Planning for the School Age Child^ Students completing CHLD 74 - Program Planning for the School Age Child will be able to analyze principles of human development theories as they relate to the school-age child's growth and development. ^ Students completing CHLD 74 - Program Planning for the School Age Child will be able to assess, implement and evaluate a variety of activites (curriculum) for school-age children in a group setting. ^ Students completing CHLD 74 - Program Planning for the School Age Child will be able to identify and determine major components within the school-age care setting and how they affect their social, emotional, physical , cognitive and cultural development .
Physics & EngineeringENGR 7Programming Applications for Engineers^ Students can appropriately develop and interpret a mathematical model for a well-defined problem. ^ Students can create a program that intakes values from a user, and outputs a result based upon a calculation from a mathematically defined physical model. ^ Students can manipulate data from a matrix and output a two-dimensional graph. ^ Students will be able to apply numeric techniques and computer simulations to solve engineering-related computational problems. ^ Students will be able to communicate analytical approaches and results according to standard engineering practices. ^ Students will be able to create and apply MATLAB computer programs to analyze data and to generate tables, charts, and graphs. ^ Students will be able to create embedded programs to run on a microcontroller. ^ Students will be able to create, test, and debug computer programs using procedural and object-oriented approaches. ^ Students will be able to design algorithms and flowcharts to facilitate programming and problem solution. ^ Students will be able to design and document computer programs in a careful and complete manner so as to facilitate analysis and debugging by another programmer, and to anticipate and resolve user errors. ^ Students will be able to identify, formulate, and solve computational problems using a methodical approach.
CISCISP 54Programming for Android Devices^ Students will be able to write a code that will display a picture in a gridView
CISCISP 41Programming in C#^ Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Lecture will be able to create an object oriented program using multiple classes in the C#.NET programming language. ^ Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Lecture will be able to write valid decision statements (if/else constructs) in the C#.NET programming language.
CISCISP 41LProgramming in C# Lab^ Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Laboratory will be able to create an object oriented program using multiple classes in the C#.NET programming language. ^ Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Laboratory will be able to write valid decision statements (if/else constructs) in the C#.NET programming language.
CISCISP 31Programming in C++^ Students completing CISP 31 - Programming in C++ Lecture will be able to create an object-oriented program using classes. ^ Students completing CISP 31 - Programming in C++ Lecture will be able to use decision making statements and loops in order to create a program using C++ constructs.
CISCISP 21Programming in Java^ Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to construct a proper decision statement (if/else constructs) in Java programming language ^ Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to construct logical pseudocode that solves a given programming problem as part of project documentation. ^ Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to create an object oriented program using multiple classes in Java programming language
CISCISP 21LProgramming in Java Laboratory^ Students completing CISP21L - Programming in Java Laboratory will be able to construct effective if statements and appropriately evaluate their outcomes. ^ Students completing CISP21L - Programming in Java Laboratory will be able to evaluate calculations and determine the precedence of various operators in an expression.
CISCISP 11Programming in Visual Basic^ Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to create an object-oriented program using classes. ^ Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to understand ASP.NET and know how to connect to a database. ^ Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to understand exception handling and take actions when exceptions are raised. ^ Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to use decision making statements and loops in order to create a business application using Visual Basic. NET.
CISCISP 11LProgramming in Visual Basic Laboratory^ Students completing CISP11L - Programming in Visual Basic Lab will be able to use the ListBox and ComboBox objects to create a business application. ^ Students completing CISP11L - Programming in Visual Basic Laboratory will be able to create different arrays.
CISCISP 31LProgrmming in C++ Laboratory^ Students completing CISP 31L - Programming in C++ Laboratory will be able to apply knowledge of decision making statements and loops in their programs ^ Students completing CISP 31L - Programming in C++ Laboratory will be able to apply their knowledge in object-oriented programming in creating applications with classes.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 8Properties of Materials^ Compare and contrast the atomic and molecular structure in crystalline and noncrystalline materials. ^ Compute the densities for metals having face-centered cubic and body-centered cubic crystal structures given their unit cell dimensions. ^ Describe and explain how the macroscopic properties of different glasses (ceramics), polymers, composites, soft/hard magnetic materials and superconductors relate to their submicroscopic/atomic structure. ^ Describe both vacancies and interstitial crystalline defects. ^ Describe dislocation and strengthening mechanisms. ^ Describe the mechanism of diffusion and calculate diffusion coefficients for some given materials at specified conditions. ^ Draw, label and explain different phase diagrams. ^ Explain the mechanism of crack propagation for ductile and brittle modes of fracture. ^ Interpret and draw stress-strain diagrams. ^ Students will be able to identify regions and lines on a Eutectic Phase Diagram. ^ Students will be able to use of various formulas for computing the solidification time of a simple casting.
Business AdministrationPLGL 41Property Law^ Students completing PLGL 41 - Property Law will be able to successfully discuss at least four ways to transfer title to real property. ^ Students completing PLGL 41 - Property Law will be able to successfully identify the differences among different types of property ownership (community property, joint tenancy, and tenancy in common) scoring no less than 70%.
NursingNURS 5Psychiatric Nursing^ Each student will successfully utilize therapeutic communication. ^ Act as a client advocate, discuss client problems with client, significant others, and other health care personnel in order to discover creative outcomes. (Lab- MO) ^ Apply the analytical approach to ethical and moral dilemmas. (Lab- MO) ^ Attend and participate in therapeutic unit activities such as group meetings, counseling sessions, etc., as appropriate and permitted. (Lab- MO) ^ By week three of the course each student will complete a Full Psychiatric Assessment. ^ Cite behavioral examples of the various therapeutic sub-roles. (Lab- MO) ^ Collaborate with other health care personnel in management of problems faced by the group and/or team. (Lab- MO) ^ Demonstrate increasing responsibility for self in decision-making and actions affecting client and others incorporating therapeutic activities. (Theory- MO) ^ Demonstrate increasing responsibility for self in decision-making and actions affecting client and others. (Lab- MO) ^ Demonstrate recording and reporting responsibilities. (Lab- MO) ^ Describe the role of the nurse as a manager of care and client advocate in collaboration with other health care personnel. (Theory- MO) ^ Describe the theory and implementation of at least three (3) therapeutic modalities currently used in treating mental illness. (Theory- MO) ^ Describe the therapeutic use and effects of psychopharmacology. (Theory- MO) ^ Develop a value system associated with the nurse's role in leadership and legal responsibilities. (Lab- MO) ^ Develop nursing diagnoses which correctly identify problems that are amenable to nursing intervention. (Lab- MO) ^ Differentiate between current legal versus medical definitions of mental disorders and explain their impact on treatment types and availability. (Theory- MO) ^ Discriminate between maladaptive and constructive coping behaviors in response to various stressors. (Theory- MO) ^ Engage in critical thinking and problem solving activities which result in creative decision making. (Lab- MO) ^ Explain the psychosocial dynamics of substance abuse. Identify specific primary, secondary and tertiary prevention techniques for this problem. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify and describe the legal responsibilities of the nurse in the psychiatric milieu to include recording and reporting responsibilities. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify and give examples of behavior in identified persons that are indicative of some of the psychological/psychiatric concepts presented or studied in the theoretical component. (Lab- MO) ^ Identify behavioral roles of individuals in groups taking into account their culture, age and ethnic backgrounds. (Lab- MO) ^ Identify community resources which may serve as primary, secondary, or tertiary prevention techniques available to persons with psychiatric disorders or emotional problems. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify signs and symptoms of organic brain dysfunction versus signs and symptoms of maladaptive disorders. (Theory- MO) ^ Identify stressors in clients based on a holistic assessment. (Lab- MO) ^ Identify, implement and evaluate secondary and/or tertiary prevention techniques for stressors and nursing problems. (Lab- MO) ^ Incorporate appropriate theory content into interview techniques. (Lab- MO) ^ Involve client in therapeutic activities and state the rationale for doing so. (Lab- MO) ^ Participate actively in role-playing and/or videotaping of selected situations. (Lab- MO) ^ Participate in and contribute to small group sessions. (Lab- MO) ^ Plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care related to identified nursing diagnosis, stressors, secondary and/or tertiary preventions. (Lab- MO) ^ Student will be able to conduct a full psychiatric assessment ^ Utilize appropriate interpersonal skills in communicating and influencing individuals. (Lab- MO) ^ Utilize principles of psychiatric/mental health nursing, the Neuman Conceptual Framework and the Nursing process to identify problems of those experiencing mental/emotional disorders considering the variables of ethnicity, age, culture, and sexual orientation. (Theory- MO)
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 73TPsychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians^ Assess symptoms associated with the diagnostic classifications of mental disorders. (mo) ^ Demonstrate competency in leadership skills by active participation in care plan development and implementation with the interdisciplinary team. (mo) ^ Identify therapeutic communication techniques and assertiveness skills to utilize with clients diagnosed with various mental disorders. (mo) ^ Practice within the scope of a licensed psychiatric technician. (mo) ^ Recognize behavioral indicators of effectiveness of psychotropic medications. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 73T will accurately identify symptoms associated with the diagnostic classifications of mental illness. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 73T will develop an active treatment plan for a person with a particular clinical diagnosis. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 73T will develop an appropriate patient education group for persons with particular clinical diagnoses.
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 73LPsychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians Clinical^ Administer appropriate medication required for treatment to assigned patients in the clinical setting. (mo) ^ Demonstrate assessment competency and use of Mental Status Exam. (mo) ^ Demonstrate leadership in treatment plan coordination. (mo) ^ Demonstrate therapeutic protocols and communications during interactions with assigned clients. (mo) ^ Explain classifications of mental disorders. (mo) ^ Student successfully completing MENT 73Lwill demonstrate the ability to document therapeutic interactions. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 73Lwill demonstrate therapeutic interactions within scope of practice in a mental health setting . ^ Students completing MENT 73L will demonstrate therapeutic protocols and communications during interactions with assigned clients
PsychologyPSYC 33Psychology for Effective Living^ Analyze how attitudes, social perception, and social influence affect views of self and others. ^ Analyze ways gender and sexuality affect thinking and behavior. ^ Compare and contrast major theories of personality and apply them to daily life. ^ Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills and conflict resolution techniques. ^ Demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing lifelong personal well-being. ^ Describe sources and moderators of stress in one's own life and evaluate healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms. ^ Distinguish various psychological disorders as described in the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual and the specific therapeutic techniques used to help people who demonstrate psychological disorders. ^ Explain how psychological factors, nutrition, exercise, sleep and drug use influence physical and mental health ^ Explain stressors in your own life and generate a list of effective and ineffective ways of coping. ^ Identify personal issues that relate to career planning and job satisfaction. ^ Identify various aspects of interpersonal attraction such as the meaning of friendship, definitions of love, loneliness, and predictors of marital and relationship success. ^ Students will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being. ^ Understand the processes by which psychological factors influence physical health.
PsychologyPSYC 5Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving^ Analyze cognitive and reasoning processes of individuals in a practical setting. ^ Apply problem solving and decision making skills from a psychological perspective. ^ Differentiate methods of hypothesis testing and interpret probability. ^ Differentiate theories related to critical thinking. ^ Dissect and examine components of arguments. ^ Distinguish between emotional and logical problem solving and how they relate to different situations. ^ Identify correct and erroneous cognitive processes. ^ Identify logical fallacies and cognitive distortions in critical thinking processes ^ Identify techniques in self-regulation and apply behavior modification techniques. ^ Solve intrapersonal and interpersonal problems using psychological principles.
PsychologyPSYC 26Psychology of Sexuality^ Analyze and evaluate different theories of gender and sexual orientation. ^ Compare and contrast various methods of contraception. ^ Demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing your lifelong personal well-being. ^ Describe differences in sexual attitudes and behaviors based on diversity of culture, religion, generation, gender, and/or sexual orientation. ^ Describe dysfunctional and atypical sexual behaviors and therapy ^ Describe historical and current research methods in studying human sexuality. ^ Describe sexuality from conception, pregnancy, and birth to childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. ^ Describe the implications of various types of sexual aggression and violence. ^ Describe the sexual marketplace and discuss potentially controversial issues related to prostitution and pornography. ^ Explain various types of love, communication, and sexual behaviors in relationships. ^ Identify and differentiate male and female sexual and reproductive anatomy, physiology, and sexual responses. ^ Identify symptoms of various sexually transmitted diseases and discuss their prevalence, transmission, and treatment. ^ Identify various structures of male and female sexual anatomy and discuss their functions in the physiology of human sexual responding.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 109Public Relations Internship^ Students will execute a public relations plan for a client. ^ Students will write a public relations plan for a client.
CommunicationSPCH 1APublic Speaking^ Students will be able to articulate an argument with reasoning and support. ^ Students will be able to evaluate the reliability of information sources ^ Students will be able to perform basic speech delivery skills ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will create and effectively utilize visual aids ^ Students will create full-sentence outlines using appropriate, credible research sources and attribution. ^ Students will critically evaluate public speeches. ^ Students will deliver an organized verbal response to a prompt with little to no preparation time. ^ Students will enjoy public speaking. ^ Students will evaluate the reliability of information sources. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform five speeches. ^ Students will speak extemporaneously (with minimal notes). ^ Students will understand the need to adapt communication style to acknowledge the differences in others. ^ Students will utilize appropriate speech organization. ^ Students will write formal speech outlines.
CommunicationSPCH 1AHPublic Speaking - Honors^ Informative revelation speech outline with in-text citations and MLA works cited. ^ Informative revelation speech performance. ^ Students will be able to articulate an argument with reasoning and support. ^ Students will be able to perform basic speech delivery skills. ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will create and effectively utilize visual aids. ^ Students will create full-sentence outlines using appropriate, credible research sources and attribution. ^ Students will critically evaluate public speeches. ^ Students will deliver an organized verbal response to a prompt with little to no preparation time. ^ Students will enjoy public speaking. ^ Students will evaluate the reliability of information sources. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform five speeches ^ Students will speak extemporaneously (with minimal notes). ^ Students will understand the need to adapt communication style to acknowledge the differences in others. ^ Students will utilize appropriate speech organization.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 52Pulmonary Anatomy and Physiology^ Correctly describe the mechanisms for oxygen and carbon dioxide transport to and from the heart and lungs and body cells. ^ List and describe the five lung volumes and four lung capacities. ^ MO: Draw the trachea and right and left main stem bronchus to scale
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 107Race, Culture, Sex, and Mass Media Images^ Students will analyze how the mass media and advertising contributes to racial, cultural, gender, and sexual stereotyping. ^ Students will recognize how the mass media contributes to racial, cultural, gender, and sexual stereotyping.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 32Radio - TV Internet Applications^ Create, add, and manage audio and video content on websites. ^ Describe basic website structure. ^ Develop media plans to reach and maintain audiences through audio and video web content. ^ Evaluate Internet content with respect to its effectiveness and applicability to specific entertainment topics. ^ Identify media opportunities to exploit content and increase traffic to a specific site. ^ Use Internet terminology.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 10Radio Management and Programming^ Create format clocks incorporating a variety of programming elements such as news, traffic and music. ^ Evaluate and explain the value of an interview topic with respect to the demographics of a specific radio show and/or station. ^ Evaluate the benefits of various programming elements such as news and traffic. ^ Explain basic FCC requirements for keeping a radio station on the air. ^ Identify various programming techniques for a variety of different radio formats. ^ Students will be able to evaluate a station?s performance by utilizing Arbitron ratings data. ^ Students will be able to list the major duties of a program director at a radio station.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 76 (VOC)Radio Telephone Communications^ Apply electronic principles as they apply to the Element 3 license. ^ Explain pertinent communications-related rules and regulations covered in the Element 1 license examination. ^ Identify circumstances where possession of GROL is federally mandated for communications technicians in the marine and aviation radio services. ^ Identify the requirements of the various FCC communication licenses. ^ Solve electronic math problems. ^ Students attempting to obtain a ship-radar endorsement will successfully complete NARTE examination ^ Students completing ELEC 76 will successfully pass Elements 1 and 3 of the Federal Communications Commission General Radiotelephone Operator License examination.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 05Radio-TV Newswriting^ Define and demonstrate adherence to all laws including but not limited to defamation and slander as they pertain to news stories. ^ Demonstrate the ability to select stories and organize them into a newscast appropriate for a variety of demographics. ^ Determine the newsworthiness of a story as it applies to a demographically-specific audience. ^ Follow and research specific stories using the Associated Press Wire Service. ^ Incorporate sound bites from interviews into various types of news stories. ^ Rewrite newswire copy and create stories from facts gleaned from interviews and observation. ^ Select appropriate news stories from the wire service and organize them into a newscast for a demographically-targeted audience. ^ Students will be able to identify news-worthy stories, suitable to a specific demographic from the AP Wire Service for inclusion into their newscasts. ^ Students will be capable of selecting appropriate ?sound bites? from an interview for inclusion into a news story.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 97BRadio/Entertainment Industry Internship^ Demonstrate consistent professional skills at the internship site per supervisor's standards. ^ Demonstrate improvement of skills previously identified as inadequate by site supervisor and/or course instructor. ^ Effectively participate at the internship site to supervisor's standards. ^ Evaluate performance at internship site and detail methods of improvement. ^ Improve skills as prescribed by internship supervisor's evaluations. ^ Students will be able to identify their role as a broadcaster in their chosen field. ^ Students will complete at least 60 hours per unit of credit of satisfactory work at their internship site.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 97ARadio/Entertainment Industry Seminar^ Create an effective package to secure an internship that showcases the student's major strengths and skills. ^ Evaluate progress at the internship site with instructor and adjust performance to maximize the experience. ^ Inventory and examine personal and technical skills for use in the workplace. ^ Plan strategies to target and obtain an internship to maximize chances of employment in an area proposed by the student. ^ Research possible internship sites. ^ Students will be able to identify current skills for use in the workplace. ^ Students will be able to identify their role as a broadcaster in their chosen field.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 99Radio/TV Special Projects^ Students completing their special projects will feel that they have improved their skills in the selected course of study. ^ Students will appreciate the necessity of self motivation and self discipline for the practice of art.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 30Radiographic Pathology^ Identify pathology presented on radiographic images. ^ The student will identify various fractures shown on images provided.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 61BRadiographic Procedures I^ The student will accurately instruct the patient regarding the pregnancy policy. ^ The student will accuratley identify anatomy as it relates to radiographic positioning for the upper extremity. ^ The student will analyze images to determine the appropriate use of beam restriction. ^ The student will identify appropriate radiographic positioning methods for the upper extremity. ^ The student will identify appropriate radiographic positioning methods of the shoulder girdle.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 62BRadiographic Procedures II^ Identify anatomy as it relates to radiographic positioning for the skull. ^ Identify anatomy as it relates to radiographic positioning of the thorax ^ The student will describe accurate positioning methods for general skull projections. ^ The student will describe accurate positioning methods for the vertebral column.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 61CRadiologic Procedures I Laboratory^ The student will identify an optimal diagnostic image of the foot. ^ The student will perform the appropriate processing functions required to produce a diagnostic image. ^ The student will position the phantom and image receptor to achieve accurate demonstration of the upper limb by week 5 ^ The student will select image receptor and/or grid combinations appropriate for the part being examined
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 62CRadiologic Procedures II Laboratory^ The student will identify an optimal diagnostic image of a PA skull ^ The student will identify anatomy on radiographs of the vertebral column. ^ The student will produce a diagnostic image of unilateral ribs in AP position.
Interior DesignID 27Rapid Visualization^ 1. Utilize one-point and two-point perspective methods for rapid visualization of interior spaces. 2. Evaluate and apply color media, equipment, and tools in rapid presentation techniques. 3. Demonstrate and develop rapid rendering techniques to enhance quick sketch perspectives. 4. Develop and evaluate visualization skills in three-dimensional by experimenting with three-dimensional study models. 5. Demonstrate and develop visual and oral presentation skills. ^ Students will successfully apply rendering principles to reflect various materials accurately. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through the presentation of the final project. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking in the process of articulating materiality with various media.
ArchitectureINSP 67Reading Construction Drawings^ Students will be able to utilize construction drawings to interpret communication of symbols. ^ Students will recognize the significance of construction drawings and their accuracy of content as "contract drawings"
Business AdministrationBUSR 55Real Estate Economics^ Students completing BUSR 55 - Real Estate Economics will be able to identify factors affecting Demand in Real Estate ^ Students completing BUSR 55 - Real Estate Economics will be able to identify the forces affecting supply in Real Estate.
Business AdministrationBUSR 53Real Estate Finance^ Students completing BUSR 53 - Real Estate Finance will be able to identify the role of the Secondary Mortgage Market. ^ Students completing BUSR 53 - Real Estate Finance will be able to understand the elements of an adjustable rate loan.
Business AdministrationBUSR 60Real Estate Investment Planning^ Students completing BUSR 60 - Real Estate Investment Planning will be able to distinguish between the aspects of real estate and other types of investments. ^ Students completing BUSR 60 - Real Estate Investment Planning will be able to identify the advantages and disadvantages of different real estate investments.
Business AdministrationBUSR 52 (VOC)Real Estate Practice^ Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice will be able to complete the California Real Property Purchase Agreement. ^ Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice will be able to set realistic, measurable goals for themselves in business. ^ Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice Work Experience will be able to successfully complete an Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Agreement
Business AdministrationBUSR 52DReal Estate Practice Work Experience^ Students completing BUSR 52D - Real Estate Practice Work Experience will be able to draft an offer to purchase real estate ^ Students completing BUSR 52D - Real Estate Practice Work Experience will be able to successfully complete an Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Agreement
Business AdministrationBUSR 50Real Estate Principles^ Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will have knowledge equivalent to the knowledge needed to pass the Department of Real Estate salesperson license exam. ^ Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will understand the difference between real and personal property. ^ Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will understand the significance of fiduciary duty.
Business AdministrationBUSR 59Real Estate Property Management^ Students completing BUSR 59 - Real Estate Property Management will know what a trust fund is and the importance of maintaining records on trust fund receipts. ^ Students completing BUSR 59 - Real Estate Property Management will understand the legal relationship between a landlord and a tenant
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 23Reality Show Production^ After learning the characteristics of non-fiction programs, students will be able to define how reality shows are different from documentaries. ^ Define how reality shows are different from documentaries. ^ Demonstrate proper B-Roll acquisition. ^ Demonstrate the specialized production techniques needed in reality show production. ^ Design and verbally present a 2-minute pitch for a reality show with visual aids. ^ Set up a Kino Flo and LED lighting kit without assistance to professional standards.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 20Refrigeration Fundamentals^ AIRC 20 course completers will evaluate the mechanical operation of an air conditioning system. ^ AIRC 20 course completers will properly handle refrigerants
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 21Remote Television Production and Engineering^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Create computer graphics for identification, titling, and credit sequences. ^ Diagram and design remote video recording setups for various situations, including sporting events, theatrical events, community events, and film style shoots. ^ Direct crew in a multicamera shoot. ^ Operate all equipment in remote production truck including special effects generators, computer graphics units, slow-motion controllers, video recorders, audio mixer boards, and video cameras. ^ Set up remote production equipment, including video cameras, power supply, sound recording, and video recording equipment without prompting or other assistance. ^ Use video engineering devices in synchronizing video and audio signals in a remote multicamera setup.
DanceDNCE 35Repertory^ DNCE 35 (Repertory) students will learn intermediate/advanced performance skill through the participation in the Repertory Dance company. ^ DNCE 35 students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements of Repertory Concert Production.
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 74 (VOC)Reptile Management^ Students will be able to offer a presentation regarding one North American Reptile including habitat and characteristics. ^ Students will present a 10 minute visual presentation on a specific reptilian disease in front of the class.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 59Respiratory Therapeutic Modalities^ MO: Determine areas of strength and weakness through the use of practice examinations to develop a personalized study plan for the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) examinations. ^ MO: Develop professional resumes. ^ MO: Evaluate patient data and make treatment recommendations. ^ MO: Initiate and modify therapeutic procedures. ^ MO: Select, assemble, use, troubleshoot, and clean respiratory therapy equipment. ^ MO: State the credentialing process for the Respiratory Care profession. ^ SLO: Given a patient scenario, the student will evaluate patient data and make recommendations for therapy. ^ SLO: Given a patient scenario, the student will perform troubleshooting, quality control, and infection control of equipment. ^ SLO: Given a patient scenario, the student will recommend to initiate or modify therapy as indicated by patient data. ^ Students will demonstrate that they are prepared for the resume and interviewing process. ^ Students will evaluate patient data and make recommendations for therapy. ^ Students will initiate and modify therapeutic interventions. ^ Students will pass a clinical simulation exam ^ Students will recommend troubleshooting, quality control, and infection control of respiratory therapy equipment. ^ Students will utilize evidence-based medicine principles.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 51ARespiratory Therapy Science^ MO: Calculate oxygen cylinder duration and total. ^ MO: Compare and contrast effectiveness of various humidifiers to prevent humidity deficiency. ^ MO: Describe how humidity is generated and depleted and effects on patients. ^ MO: Describe the administration of aerosols via nebulizers. ^ MO: Explain principles of aerosol production and deposition. ^ MO: List the methods for storage, transport, and administration of medical gases. ^ MO: State the indications, hazards, and goals of medical gas therapy. ^ Student will state the indications, hazards, and goals of medical gas therapy according to the AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines for Adminstration of Oxygen in the Acute Care Hospital. ^ The student will demonstrate, in the laboratory setting, the correct procedure for aersolized medication delivery by metered dose inhaler, (MDI) and small volume nebulizer, (SVN).
Respiratory TherapyRESD 51BRespiratory Therapy Science^ MO - Correctly insert a nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal airway into a mannequin. ^ MO - Determine the most appropriate mode of ventilation, settings, and alarm parameters. ^ MO - Select and properly fit appropriate mask and initiate noninvasive ventilation on a mannequin. ^ MO- Perform endotracheal suctioning on an intubated airway management trainer using proper technique. ^ MO- Select and properly fit appropriate mask and initiate noninvasive ventilation on a mannequin. ^ Student will list the indications for in-line suctioning endotracheal tube suctioning and correctly perform the procedure. ^ The student will demonstrate, in the laboratory setting, the correct procedure for opening the patient's airway and providing Bag-Mask-Ventilation, (BVM).
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 57Restaurant Cost Control^ Analyze the operational and cost control performance of a restaurant. ^ Conduct break-even analysis on a food & beverage facility and conduct cost volume analysis to determine the number of customers required to attain desired profits.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 62 (VOC)Retail Buying and Merchandising^ After completing this course students will be able to create a six month merchandise plan for major retailers using Excel. ^ After completing this course students will be able to evaluate retail pricing using retail, cost, and mark up components. ^ FASH 62 students will be able to identify, label, and distinguish between the different facets of retail store management and leadership. ^ FASH 62 students will demonstrate understanding of the retail process by distinguishing between two competitive retailers through the development of a Retailer Report.
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 50 (VOC)Retail Store Management and Merchandising^ I am able to compare and contrast requirements for success in retailing at entry level, mid-management and management positions ^ I am able to explain the elements of profits and the effect merchandising decisions have on profit ^ I am able to explain the role of retail as a marketing function
Physics & EngineeringENGR 50ARobotics Team Project Development^ Students will be able construct a robotics platform capable of navigating a maze. ^ Students will be able to apply basic project management techniques. ^ Students will be able to apply problem analysis to determine optimal project designs. ^ Students will be able to apply research data to create a solution for robotics projects. ^ Students will be able to explain basic electronic design techniques related to projects. ^ Students will be able to implement basic programming functions. ^ Students will be able to participate in regional and state level robotics competitions. ^ Students will document their build contributions toward robotics mobility, manipulation and sensing.
MusicMUS 15Rock Music History and Appreciation^ Define the musical characteristics such as form and instrumentation of various different rock styles. ^ Evaluate the sociological trends as reflected in musical styles and song lyrics. ^ Identify important writers and producers of rock music. ^ Identify various people important in the creation of rock music and the musical instruments they play(ed). ^ Students who complete MUS 15 will be able to identify the solo or featured musical instrument when one minute of each of two recordings including those instruments are played in class during the final exam. ^ Students who complete MUS15 will be able to identify the rock style of each of three pieces of music when one minute from each piece is played in class during the final exam. ^ Students will be able to analyze whether folk music is a medium that is at its best when being expressed through challenging periods (like the '60s) or whether it is music for all time. ^ Synthesize the different musical genres that came together to create rock music, including blues and country, and discuss the continuing influences of those styles on current music. ^ Understand and identify the African and European influences that came together to establish Rockabilly.
NursingNURS 70Role Transition^ Each student successfully demonstrate and complete a head to toe assessment. ^ Each student will demonstrate the ten rights of medication administration.
Art HistoryAHIS 14Rome: The Ancient City^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
BiologyHT 2Scientific Basics for Histologic Technicians^ Students will be able to define and apply scientific terms commonly encountered by a histotechnician. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate safe techniques in the mixing of chemicals. ^ Students will be able to describe federal and state safety regulations and regulating bodies as they pertain to the handling of chemicals and biological materials. ^ Students will be able to describe quality control and quality assurance procedures, and identify the role of agencies that set QC standards. ^ Students will be able to discuss ethical standards as they apply to a histotechnology laboratory. ^ Students will be able to discuss the histotechnician's interaction with ancillary departments. ^ Students will be able to explain the scientific method and apply it to histotechnology. ^ Students will be able to illustrate the use of record keeping procedures in the histotechnology laboratory. ^ Students will be able to perform calculations involved in the preparation of histologic reagents.
Fine ArtsARTS 99Sculpture Special Studies^ Improved Skills-Students completing a Special Studio-Art Studies course will feel that they have improved their skills in the selected area of study. ^ Self motivation/ discipline-Students will appreciate the necessity of self motivation and self discipline for the practice of art.
Fine ArtsARTS 40ASculpture: Beginning^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will accurately identify safety rules for required stationary power tools. ^ Students will be able to replicate and enlarge a form by modeling it in clay. ^ Students will develop a working knowledge of basic sculpture vocabulary that coordinates with ARTS 40A curriculum. ^ Students will safely and successfully use a variety of required stationary power tools: Band saw, sanders, lathe. ^ Students will use the assigned techniques to create sculptural works.
Fine ArtsARTS 40BSculpture: Beginning^ Students will accurately identify safety rules for required hand and stationary power tools. ^ Students will develop a working knowledge of basic sculpture vocabulary that coordinates with ARTS 40B curriculum. ^ Utilize a working knowledge of a sculptural medium, and show skill in the use of hand tools and equipment used to manipulate these media in completed project.
Fine ArtsARTS 40CSculpture: Carving^ Students will control form while using the reductive process to create original sculptures ^ Students will maintain proportional relationships while using the reductive process.
Fine ArtsARTS 41ASculpture: Life^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate three-dimensionally the form of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate three-dimensionally the action of the figure through gestural modeling.
Fine ArtsARTS 41BSculpture: Life^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate three-dimensionally the form of the figure. ^ Students will be able to quickly assess and communicate three-dimensionally the action of the figure through gestural modeling.
Fine ArtsARTS 42Sculpture: Mold Making^ Students will be able to create uniform clay shim walls at the parting lines. ^ Students will understand and are able to apply the concept of draft and undercuts in mold-making
Fine ArtsARTS 46ASculpture: Special Effects Makeup^ Students will be able to cast a plaster reference copy of an extremity from flexible mold. ^ Students will be able to mold an extremity using industry standard flexible molding materials.
Fine ArtsARTS 46BSculpture: Special Effects Makeup^ Student will apply modeling, molding and casting processes to create a full latex head mask. ^ Students will be able to create a three dimensional character preparatory to creating a head mask of the character
CISCISW 21Secure Client Side Web Programming^ Students completing CISW 21 - Secure Client Side Web Programming Lecture will be able to create a Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language DHTML web page using HTML and Javascript. ^ Students completing CISW 21 - Secure Client Side Web Programming Lecture will be able to write valid decision statements (if/else constructs) in Javascript programming language.
CISCISW 24Secure Server Side Web Programming^ Students completing CISW 24 - Secure Server Side Web Programming Lecture will know how to create a program to access a database. ^ Students completing CISW 24 - Secure Server Side Web Programming Lecture will know how to create a program to display formatted reports.
CISCISW 24LSecure Server Side Web Programming Lab^ Students completing CISW 24L - Secure Server Side Web Programming Laboratory will know how to create a program to access a database. ^ Students completing CISW 24L - Secure Server Side Web Programming Laboratory will know how to create a program to display formatted reports.
CISCISW 21LSecure Web Programming with ASP.NET Lab^ Students completing CISW 21 - Secure Client Side Web Programming Lecture will be able to create a Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language DHTML web page using HTML and Javascript. ^ Students completing CISW 21 - Secure Client Side Web Programming Lecture will be able to write valid decision statements (if/else constructs) in Javascript programming language.
CISCISW 31Secure Web Servers^ Students completing CISW 31 - Secure Web Servers Lecture will know how to install and configure a secure web server. ^ Students completing CISW 31 - Secure Web Servers will create PHP programs to accept, process, and display product orders.
CISCISW 31LSecure Web Servers Laboratory^ Students completing CISW 31L - Secure Web Server Laboratory will be able to install and access a virtualized Linux, Apache Web Server, MySQL database and PHP (LAMP) server. ^ Students completing CISW 31L - Secure Web Server Laboratory will be able to install and configure Linux, Apache Web Server, MySQL database and PHP.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 66Security + Certification Preparation^ Students completing CNET 66 will be able to "harden" an operating system to protect computers from security threats. ^ Students completing CNET 66 will be prepred to pass the CompTIA Security+ examination. ^ Students completing CNET66 will be able to recommend risk mitigation and disaster recovery strategies to an organization.
KinesiologyKINI 29Self Defense/Marital Arts^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
WeldingWELD 90B (VOC)Semiautomatic Arc Welding Process^ Students will be able to perform the required practical projects used in FCAW. ^ Students will demonstrate safe usage of welding equipment. ^ Students will recognize differences between welding processes and their industry applications.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 85Seminar in Registered Veterinary Technology^ The students who successfully complete this class will pass the examinations ^ The students will become profient in taking computer based testing
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 64Server + Certification Preparation^ CNET64 students will demonstrate understanding of storage system fault tolerance. ^ Students completing CNET 64 will be able to install servers into a network environment. ^ Students completing CNET 64 will be prepared to pass the CompTIA Server+ examination.
Electronics & Computer TechnologyCNET 58Server Systems^ Students completing CNET58 will be able to install and configure local and network storage systems including SAN, NAS, RAID, etc., using current technologies. ^ Students completing CNET58 will be able to install current network operating systems on both physical and virtual environments.
Education for Older AdultsVOC ESD09Sewing and Design^ All students in Sewing and Design classes will produce an appropriate class project that demonstrates student's ability to properly identify fabric types. ^ The students in Sewing and Design classes will demonstrate proper pattern drafting through an individual class project. ^ The students in Sewing and Design classes will demonstrate proper pattern interpretation through an individual class project. ^ The students in Sewing and Design classes will demonstrate proper tool care through a personal class project.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 17 (VOC)Sheep Production^ Students completing AGLI 17 will present on a specific facet of the sheep industry. ^ Students will be able to identify major meat and wool breeds of sheep.
Industrial Design EngineeringIDE 130Shop Processes^ Students will accurately produce specified 3D physical prototype objects using hand and power tools. ^ Students will demonstrate fabrication skills. ^ Students will translate CAD plans into hand-built physical parts.
Adult Basic EducationBS LRN01Short Term Review^ English students will compose an essay. ^ Students will solve problems using Order of Operations. ^ Students will solve simple and multi-step math word problems and one step-equations.
CounselingCOUN 54Single Parent Academy^ Students who complete COUN 54 will demonstrate 3 success strategies that will assist in completing their educational goals as single parents ^ Students will feel confident about their preparation to reach their educational goals. ^ Students will identify at least one success strategy that they found most useful towards their academic success.
LAC - InstructionalLERN 62Skill Development Laboratory^ N/A ^ Students will show understanding of what they learned. ^ Students will successfully complete an assignment. ^ Students will use resources effectively.
LAC - InstructionalLERN 61Skills Development Laboratory^ N/A ^ Students will show understanding of what they learned. ^ Students will successfully complete an assignment. ^ Students will use resources effectively.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 66 (VOC)Small Business Management^ I am able to describe business planning for small business ^ I am able to discuss the legal forms of business ownership ^ I am able to discuss the marketing research process
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 53 (VOC)Small Engine Repair I^ Students completing the course will learn component and tool identification ^ Students completing the course will learn engine disassembly, evaluation of components, and reassembly of small air-cooled gasoline engine
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 54Small Engine Repair II^ Students completing this course will learn component and tool identification as used on larger air and liquid cooled gas and diesel engines. ^ Students completing this course will learn engine operating principles as they apply to the engine systems (cooling, compression, lubrication, ignition, fuel, and governors.)
CommunicationSPCH 6Small Group Communication^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will facilitate a group decision-making process. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform a group presentation in front of a live audience. ^ Students will solve a problem as a group.
KinesiologyKINX 24Soccer - Men^ Students will be able to define defensive tactical terminolgy ^ Students will be able to define offensive tactical terminolgy
KinesiologyKINX 25Soccer - Women^ Students will be able to define defensive tactical terminolgy ^ Students will be able to define offensive tactical terminolgy
KinesiologyKINS 10BSoccer Intermediate^ Students will be able to increase their knowledge on key terms associated with soccer. ^ Students will develop and/or improve skills in passing, shooting accuracy, and footwork. ^ Students will develop improved passing skills accuracy.
DanceDNCE 11ASocial Dance Forms I^ DNCE 11A (Social Dance Forms I) students will be able to execute basic partner skill and positions. ^ DNCE 11A (Social Dance I) Students will be able to execute basic social dance techniques.
DanceDNCE 11BSocial Dance Forms II^ DNCE 11B (Social Dance Forms II) students will be able to execute intermediate/advanced partner skills and positions. ^ DNCE 11B (Social Dance II) students will be able to execute intermediate/advanced social dance techniques.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 1Sociology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will apply sociological research to distinguish the interrelatedness of various social intuitions and the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will identify and apply the main sociological theoretical frameworks to analyze social stratification based on race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexuality or other social groups. ^ Students will identify the role of culture and socialization in the development of one’s beliefs, opinions, and values. ^ Students will know major concepts of sociology.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 2Sociology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will be able to identify and analyze how sociological principles and concepts are applied in the understanding of social problems. ^ Students will be able to understand and demonstrate the analysis of how controversial public issues arise in contemporary American society and the interplay between race, class, gender, sexuality and other social groups. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 1HSociology - Honors^ Students will identify the role of culture and socialization in the development of one’s beliefs, opinions, and values. ^ Students will apply sociological research to distinguish the interrelatedness of various social intuitions and the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate an thorough understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will identify and apply the main sociological theoretical frameworks to analyze social stratification based on race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexuality or other social groups. ^ Students will thoroghly analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will thoroughly know the major concepts of General Sociology.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 2HSociology - Honors^ Students will be able to identify and analyze how sociological principles and concepts are applied in the understanding of social problems. ^ Students will be able to understand and demonstrate the analysis of how controversial public issues arise in contemporary American society and the interplay between race, class, gender, sexuality and other social groups. ^ Students will demonstrate an thorough understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of social problems. ^ Students will thoroughly analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 20Sociology of Ethnic Relations^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their sociology coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of race and ethnicity. ^ Students will use sociological research concepts and theories to identify and analyze the social constructions of race and ethnicity, its interactions with different aspects of society, and its impact on the experiences of different racial/ethnic groups.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 20HSociology of Ethnic Relations - Honors ^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will know major concepts of the sociology of race and ethnic relations. ^ Students will use sociological research concepts and theories to identify and analyze the social constructions of race and ethnicity, its interactions with different aspects of society, and its impact on the experiences of different racial/ethnic groups.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 7Sociology of Religion^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework. ^ Students will know the major concepts of religion.
KinesiologyKINS 16Softball^ 75% of Student will show improvement in the fielding of a fly ball. ^ 75% of Students will show improvement in 1 minute throwing drill. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
KinesiologyKINX 26Softball - Women^ Ability for a student to complete batting drills - bunting ^ Ability of a student to complete designated throws
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 50 (VOC)Soil Science and Management^ Course completers will be able to evaluate the soil conditions at an existing site and make specific recommendations for the immediate and long-term correction of all problems ^ Course completers will be able to identify and explain all aspects of a standard soil test. ^ Course completers will be able to predict the potential effects that certain chemical and physical properties of soils will have on overall plant health.
Interior DesignID 26Space Planning for Interior Design^ 1. Evaluate user needs and wants to develop appropriate space plans. 2. Define interior spaces based on end user needs and ADA requirements. 3. Plan adjacencies and describe how one space relates to another. 4. Develop traffic flow, work flow or paper flow through an interior space to suit user need. 5. Construct matrixes, schematic diagrams and study models to illustrate knowledge of space planning principles. 6. Measure interior spaces, furniture, and equipment. 7. Explain design ideas through scaled design drawings, plans, and other two- and three-dimensional designs. 8. Propose design concept statements using graphic solutions and oral presentations in a professional format. 9. Evaluate and apply codes and regulations to space planning projects. ^ Students will successfully research to assess an existing space. ^ Students will successfully demonstrate craftsmanship skills through implementing drawing graphic standards in planning a space. ^ Students will successfully use critical thinking to implement code requirements into planning a space.
Foreign LanguageSPAN 11Spanish for the Spanish Speaking^ Embedded in the final exam there will be statements that include the use of anglicisms. Students will choose from a list of several words the expression from standard/conventional Spanish that would replace the anglicism. ^ Embedded in the final exam will be statements that include the use of an anglicism. Students will choose from a list of several words the expression from standard/conventional Spanish that would replace the anglicism. ^ Spanish 11 students will recognize the need of a written accent on the stressed syllable every time a word breaks this phonetic accent rule. ^ Students will be required to apply the phonetic accent rules by writing an accent mark on the words that require it or recognizing the words where the written accent is properly applied. The SPAN 11 faculty will embed ten words and two sentences into a final exam. ^ Students will comprehend the plot of a short story. ^ Students will correctly choose the word from conventional Spanish that replaces the anglicism used.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 85 (VOC)Special Issues in Business^ I am able to analyze businesses and identify objectives to be accomplished ^ I am able to develop and manage a budget for a business ^ I am able to evaluate the effectiveness of a business plan
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 85 (VOC)Special Issues in Marketing^ I am able to develop a customer survey or questionnaire to be used to collect customer data as part of a class project ^ I am able to develop and suggest a budget required to implement the proposed marketing plan for a studied company ^ I am able to produce a written report of solutions, recommended actions and expected outcomes for a marketing problem brought forward by a local business and present it orally to the business
Respiratory TherapyRESD 57BSpecial Procedures for Respiratory Care^ MO: Assess and select appropriate processes, procedure, and sequencing for bronchoscopy. ^ MO: Perform arterial punctures on an arterial puncture arm. ^ Students will be able to state the indications, hazards, and goals of mechanical ventilation ^ Students will list the appropriate techniques to administer aerosol drug therapy to mechanically ventilated patients
TheaterTHTR 99Special Projects - Theatre^ Analyze and synthesize knowledge, comprehension and application gained in the class ^ Develop work within the area of specialization. ^ Evaluate problems and concerns that develop of the area of specialization ^ Increase evaluative skills in specific areas of specialization. ^ Students who complete THTR 99 will appreciate the necessity of self-motivation and self-discipline for working on a theater production. ^ Students who complete THTR 99 will feel they have improved their skills in one of the stagecraft disciplines. ^ Synthesize creative solutions to artistic problems presented by the demands of the area of specialization.
Agricultural SciencesAGAG 99Special Projects in Agriculture^ Students successfully completing this course will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the learning objectives outlined for the specific project. ^ Students successfully completing this course will be proficient in communicating with the project 'customer'
BiologyANAT 99Special Projects in Anatomy^ Apply ethical standards to research and/or other projects involving human subjects. ^ Create a proposal for the project, research paper, or experiment in macroscopic or microscopic anatomy. ^ Evaluate information from a minimum of five sources (primary literature or other sources approved by the instructor) that relate to the project. ^ Implement or complete the project, research paper, or experiment. ^ Integrate information from various sources, including initial information obtained in development of the project, in a collegiate-level research paper or project report. ^ This course has not been taught recently. David Mirman will remind whoever next teaches this course that we need to develop SLOs in this course.
BiologyANTH 99Special Projects in Anthropology^ Apply peer-reviewed sources to the project; for example, incorporating published methods into the project. ^ Become familiar with safety precautions specific to the materials being used (if relevant to the project). ^ Deliver an oral presentation with appropriate visual aids showing the results and conclusions of the project and experiences obtained. ^ Enhance proficiencies in project-related skills. ^ Establish a contract with a specific plan for completing the project, including interim due dates. ^ Evaluate peer-reviewed sources for their relevance to the project. ^ Learn and follow ethics guidelines for research with human subjects (if relevant to the project). ^ Meet self-imposed interim and final deadlines. ^ Plan a feasible project focused on one topic (such as a research method or region) from one of the regular anthropology courses. ^ Use the library to locate relevant peer-reviewed sources about the project. ^ Write a paper demonstrating understanding of the research project or activity.
Art HistoryAHIS 99Special Projects in Art History^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyASTR 99Special Projects in Astronomy^ Students will be able to analyze data acquired through project activities. ^ Students will be able to design, contract and execute a project in cooperation with an instructor. ^ Students will be able to develop accurate and complete records of project activities. ^ Students will be able to enhance his or her understanding of a specific problem or topic in astronomy. ^ Students will be able to expand a chosen idea, theory, or hypothesis through an approved method of exploration. ^ Students will be able to validate project information in an appropriate mode: essay, report, spreadsheet or graphical analysis, journal article, multimedia, or poster presentation
BiologyBIOL 99ASpecial Projects in Biology^ Apply ethical standards to research and/or other projects involving animal or human subjects. ^ Create a proposal for the project, research paper, or experiment. ^ Deliver an oral presentation with appropriate visual aids showing the results and conclusions of the project and experiences obtained ^ Design a project, research paper, or experiment. ^ Evaluate information from a minimum of five sources (primary literature or other sources approved by the instructor) that relate to the project. ^ Implement or complete the project, research paper, or experiment. ^ Integrate information from various sources, including initial information obtained in development of the project, in a collegiate-level research paper or project report. ^ Write a paper demonstrating understanding of the research project or activity
ChemistryCHEM 99Special Projects in Chemistry^ Actively participation in experimental design, data analysis and construction of conclusion statements. ^ Chem 99 students will build their chemistry knowledge through preview of chemistry concepts essential in the next sequential chemistry course. ^ Chem 99 students will build their confidence to enroll in the next chemistry course through review of chemistry concepts essential for success in the next sequential chemistry course. ^ Document original collected laboratory data, in a laboratory notebook, consistent with established laboratory standards. ^ Present oral seminar style, or by final summary written report the purpose, experimental data, results and the significance of this original work.
CounselingCOUN 99ASpecial Projects in Counseling^ Students will be able to identify one occupational area and provide information regarding the nature of work, skills and abilities required, salary range, and education level. ^ Students will be able to identify their own strengths and weaknesses based on the MBTI Personality Assessment. ^ Students will be able to identify their transferable skills based on the Eureka Microskills Assessment. ^ Students will be able to relate their understanding of the findings from research conducted in COUN 99A to their academic interests and aspirations.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 99Special Projects in Engineering^ Create proposals for projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Design projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Evaluate information from a minimum of three sources (journals or other sources approved by the instructor) that relate to projects. ^ Implement or complete projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Integrate information from sources collected into collegiate-level research papers or project reports. ^ Students will give a presentation on their engineering project. ^ Students will write a engineering or technology paper on their project.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 99Special Projects in English^ Students will complete an independent reading or writing project in composition, literature, journalism, or creative writing. ^ Students will increase skill in writing beyond what is covered in the normal creative writing curriculum. ^ Students will increase their confidence as creative writers.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 99Special Projects in Geology^ Students will be able to analyze data acquired through project activities. ^ Students will be able to apply simple mathematical formulas in describing the velocity of seismic waves, locating an earthquake epicenter, calculating rates of motion of tectonic plates, and determining physical characteristics of ocean waves. ^ Students will be able to apply the scientific method in analyzing Earth's processes. ^ Students will be able to classify and identify essential minerals and rocks that compose the Earth's crust. ^ Students will be able to describe the steps and results of a scientific investigation. ^ Students will be able to design and implement field or laboratory strategies/methods and explain their purpose in addressing the research problem. ^ Students will be able to develop accurate and complete records of project activities. ^ Students will be able to interpret information portrayed on graphs, tables, and maps. ^ Students will be able to interpret spatial data in the Earth Sciences. ^ Students will be able to recognize a research problem. ^ Students will be able to summarize the essence of 3 to 5 peer-reviewed journal articles relevant to the project. ^ Students will be able to use a university library to compile a bibliography of essential peer-reviewed literature relevant to the project. ^ Students will be able to utilize appropriate methods and tools for data collection in the Earth Sciences. ^ Students will be able to validate project information in an appropriate mode -- essay, report, spreadsheet/graphical analysis, journal article or multimedia or poster presentation
HistoryHIST 99Special Projects in History^ Students will be able to comprehend the differences between primary and secondary historical resources through application. ^ Through research, students will present a paper showing and evaluating an element of change in history.
MathMath 99Special Projects in Mathematics^ Develop a project in the area of interest. ^ Engage in scholarly research in the area of mathematics. ^ Establish a contract with the professor regarding student assessment and the professor's expectations. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Prepare and present a report on the findings on the project topic. ^ Show knowledge of material after pursuing a program of independent reading from a list of references provided by the instructor. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education
MusicMUS 99Special Projects in Music^ Apply sight-reading skills ^ Develop growth in musical and technical skills as a musician ^ Identify and accurately perform stylistic characteristics related to historical style periods for all repertoire ^ Play repertory in various styles. ^ Student will work cooperatively with the instructor to set and attain specific musical and technical goals through practice, performance, and individual instruction. ^ Students will be able to perform a designated work (or group of works, for vocalists), chosen in cooperation with the instructor, to be taken from the standard repertoire for their voice or instrument, at a level appropriate for a successful junior level undergraduate transfer audition. ^ Students will prepare professional audition and application materials, appropriate for undergraduate, music major level transfer.
Sociology, PhilosophyPHIL 99Special Projects in Philosophy^ Students will develop conceptual competence, demonstrate vigor of logical inquiry, and produce clarity of expression.
PhotographyPHOT 99Special Projects in Photography^ Student will create print(s) demonstrating a unique skill attributed to their specific area of study, such as; portraiture(lighting),what is the main style of lighting; landscape(composition),what is the general composition rules for landscape, etc. ^ Student will present researched data on the industry standard for a unique skill attributed to their specific area of study, such as; portraiture(lighting),what is the main style of lighting; landscape(composition),what is the general composition rules for landscape, etc. ^ Students that complete PHOT 99 will be able begin, continue or complete a project in cooperation with an instructor. ^ Students that complete PHOT 99 will be able maintain accurate and complete records of the project activities over the semester and submit them to their professor. ^ Students that complete PHOT 99 will be able to enhance his/her understanding of a specific problem or topic in photography. ^ Students that complete PHOT 99 will be able to expand a chosen idea, through an approved method of exploration. ^ Students that complete PHOT 99 will be able to present findings with an appropriate mode -- photographs, report, multimedia or poster presentation.
Physics & EngineeringPHYS 99Special Projects in Physics^ Create proposals for projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Design projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Evaluate information from a minimum of three sources (journals or other sources approved by the instructor) that relate to projects. ^ Implement or complete projects, research papers, or experiments. ^ Integrate information from sources collected into collegiate-level research papers or project reports. ^ Students will be able to give a science or technology presentation. ^ Students will be able to write a science or technology paper.
PsychologyPSYC 99Special Projects in Psychology^ Complete a quality project from start to finish. This includes a proposal, data collection and analysis, and communication of results. ^ Evaluate information from a minimum of five sources (professional journals or other sources approved by the instructor) that relate to the project.
Sign LanguageSIGn 299Special Projects in Sign Languge/Interpreting^ Complete a quality project from start to finish. This includes a proposal, set goals/objectives for the project and communication of results.
Sociology, PhilosophySOC 99Special Projects in Sociology^ Students will analyze the relationship between social, political, and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between society and the individual. ^ Students will demonstrate inquiry (a systematic process of exploring issues, objects or works) and analysis (assessment of evidence resulting in conclusions or judgments) as part of their Honors coursework.
CommunicationSPCH 99Special Projects in Speech^ SLOs will be defined in an independent study contract for the course.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyGEOL 29Special Topics in Field Geology^ Students will be able to analyze topographic and geologic maps. ^ Students will be able to identify common rock-forming minerals. ^ Students will be able to identify igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks. ^ Students will be able to interpret geologic outcrops. ^ Students will be able to interpret the geologic history of an area. ^ this course will be offered in fall 2013.
Fine ArtsARTZ 50Specialist Studio-Art Studies^ Students completing a Special Studio-Art Studies course will feel that they have improved their skills in the selected area of study. ^ Students will appreciate the necessity of self motivation and self discipline for the practice of art.
Nutrition & FoodNF 12Sports Nutrition^ Students completing NF 12 - Sports Nutrition will be able to develop an individual plan for an athlete including adequate energy, macronutrient, and fluid needs. A score of 0 will be assigned to Did Not Meet Criteria, 1 Partially Met Criteria, and 2 Met Criteria. ^ Students completing NF 12 - Sports Nutrition will be able to list symptoms of disordered eating associated with athletes.
KinesiologyKIN 13Sports Officiating^ Describe the financial components of officiating. ^ Describe the legal responsibilities of a sports official. ^ Describe the rules to the sports presented. ^ Evaluate the performance of officials. ^ Identify the differences between an effective and an ineffective official. ^ Identify the rules, mechanics and techniques of the officiating role. ^ Students will be able to identify the four essential objectives of a sports official. ^ Students will be able to identify two responsibilities for each of the four sports officials objectives. ^ Students will be able to read and evaluate sport rule books and codes of conduct
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 40 (VOC)Sports Turf Management^ Course completers will be able to assess the use of artificial surfaces for sports areas and present an argument in favor of, or in opposition to, the use of artificial surfaces. ^ Course completers will be able to formulate and propose an all-inclusive management program for a sports turf area ^ Students completing AGOR 40 will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 03Sportscasting and Reporting^ Analyze sporting events, selecting the pertinent points of the competition that impacted the outcome of the games. ^ Conduct comprehensive interviews and evaluate them with respect to broadcast usage. ^ Create in-progress and final reports on a game within time and length deadlines. ^ Demonstrate effective coordination skills with a collegiate or professional sports team in order to gain access to the necessary areas for a sports broadcast, according to industry practice. ^ Students will be able to prepare for and conduct in interview with an athlete suitable for broadcast usage. ^ Students will be able to properly utilize the equipment necessary for sports reporting. ^ Utilize the equipment necessary for sports reporting or broadcasting.
CISCISD 21SQL Server^ Students completing CISD 21 - Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server Lecture will be able to create a program using scripts and stored procedures. ^ Students completing CISD 21 - Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server Lecture will be able to update database data using the SQL Server Data Manipulation Language commands. ^ Students completing CISD21 - SQL Server Lecture will be able to understand functions for simplifying daily database tasks. ^ Students completing CISD21 will be able to understand the summary queries and know how to use the aggregate functions.
TheaterTHTR 14 (VOC)Stagecraft^ Create scenic elements that demonstrate mastery of the tools and equipment necessary for scenery construction. ^ Develop practical experience in the technical concerns of mounting actual theatrical production. ^ Evaluate and critique solutions to design problems in oral and written form. ^ Know and practice key safety issues relating to shop and backstage work. ^ Research, analyze and evaluate the design and lighting for the main stage production of the Theater Department. ^ Research, analyze and evaluate the problems of design and lighting for main stage productions. ^ Students who complete THTR 14 will demonstrate construction skills common to stage carpentry. ^ Students who complete THTR 14 will know basic terminology related to scenery construction and theatrical lighting.
Education for Older AdultsVOC HBBUSStarting a Home-Based Business^ The students in Home Based Business will demonstrate ability to list elements in a basic business plan. ^ The students in Home Based Business will demonstrate complete proper pricing analysis.
Physics & EngineeringENGR 40Statics^ Engineering 40 students will be able to analyze a typical truss to determine the force in a truss member. ^ Students will be able to analyze systems involving friction such as wedges, belts and screws. ^ Students will be able to apply equations of static equilibrium to two- and three- dimensional problems. ^ Students will be able to apply principle of virtual work to solve equilibrium problems. ^ Students will be able to define and apply the fundamental laws of mechanics and calculate resultants. ^ Students will be able to determine centroids by integration. ^ Students will be able to determine internal forces in trusses, frames and machines. ^ Students will be able to draw a free body diagram for a multiforce member and determine reactions. ^ Students will be able to draw free-body diagrams of rigid bodies. ^ Students will be able to expand the usage of equations of static equilibrium to distributed loads and submerged areas. ^ Students will be able to use parallel-axis theorem to calculate moment of inertia of structural members.
PsychologyPSYC 10Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences^ Chart and interpret simple and cumulative frequency distributions. ^ Compute and describe the effects of various measures of central tendency and variability. ^ Compute and interpret descriptive statistics including correlation and regression. ^ Conduct and interpret statistical analyses using statistical software. ^ Define and distinguish basic statistical terms and notation including scales of measurement. ^ Describe and explain the normal curve including how z-scores are used and calculated. ^ Describe and interpret statistical error, effect size and power. ^ Distinguish the difference between sample and population distributions and analyze the role played by the Central Limit Theorem. ^ Formulate and test research hypotheses through the use of various inferential statistical procedures: t-tests, ANOVA, chi-square. ^ Perform and evaluate descriptive (e.g., mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation) and inferential (e.g., Pearson correlation, t tests, z test, and one-way analysis of variance) statistics. ^ Using SPSS software, correctly input data, analyze data, and interpret output for descriptive statistics, t tests, correlation, and one-way analysis of variance.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 115Storyboarding^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to identify the formal elements of story. ^ Analyze a story's potential for animation. ^ Assess storyboards for continuity ^ Identify the elements of a story. ^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to create storyboards that show continuity between shots. ^ Render effective storyboard panels including notation. ^ Sketch key emotions and body language. ^ Synthesize the theme (premise) of a story.
MathMath 96Strategies for Math Success^ Create a colorful Mechanical Section Structure Map for a given section in the textbook. ^ Describe in writing what it would be like to be successful at everything you tried ^ Describe in writing what the "Move, Reflect, Correct, Repeat" strategy means and show how you could apply it to something important to you (1-2 paragraphs). ^ List and briefly describe (1-2 paragraphs) in writing the four phases of "Structure Maps." ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Students will be able to construct a mathematics mind map ^ Students will be able to create a meta-cognitive tool to facilitate distributed practices of mathematical procedures ^ Students will be able to create a personalized study plan emphasizing their natural intelligence strengths. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ Take Structure Notes for a given class session.
DSP&SDSPS 33Strategies for Success in Math for Students with Disabilities^ Students who successfully complete DSPS 33 will identify strategies learned that they intend to continue to use in future math courses. ^ Students will be able to identify at least one strategy for organizing math/algebra concepts.
KinesiologyKINF 19Strength Training^ Students taking KIN-F19 will show an improvement in lower body strength. ^ Students taking KIN-F19 will show an improvement in upper body strength.
LAC - InstructionalSTDY 100Student Achievement and Fundamentals of Learning^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students will be able to correctly understand and apply each of the four components of emotional intelligence, i.e., self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. ^ Students will be able to create a system for applying their learning styles in classroom environments. ^ Students will feel a high level of personal agency, i.e., their self-perceived ability to begin and continue movement on selected pathways toward their goals ^ Students will increase their internal locus of control.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 104Student Media Photography Laboratory^ Students will contribute to the production of the student newspaper. ^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 115Student News Media Editing Staff^ Students will be able to edit news stories and information into a publishable form, with attention to accuracy, clarity, thoroughness, fairness, AP style, and media law and ethics.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 114Student News Media Staff^ Students will be able to develop news and feature stories through written, visual, audio, video, or other multimedia formats.
PhotographyPHOT 29Studio Business Practices for Commercial Artists^ Students that complete PHOT 29 will be able describe commercial art project production practices ^ Students that complete PHOT 29 will be able to develop sample business forms for a commercial art business ^ Students that complete PHOT 29 will be able to employ licensing model to prepare estimates and invoices for commercial art services ^ Students that complete PHOT 29 will be able to explain copyright basics as applied to commercial artists ^ Students that complete PHOT 29 will be able to identify various commercial art specialties ^ Students will be able to produce an estimate and invoice for a sample commercial art assignment. ^ Students will understand basic copyright concepts as they relate to commercial artists.
LAC - InstructionalSTDY 85CStudy Techniques and Skills for Online Learning^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ STDY 85C students will be able to demonstrate appropriate use of various tools in Blackboard. ^ STDY 85C students will be able to report an increased level of confidence in their ability to succeed in various online learning skills. ^ Students enrolled in the Online Learning Success Skills (STDY 85C) courses will be able to assess their time management practices during a pre-survey, and in a post survey, identify resources which were helpful in improving their time management. ^ Students will create effective plans for eliminating the things that rob their time. ^ Students will increase their internal locus of control.
LAC - InstructionalSTDY 80 (VOC)Studying and Learning: Foundations for Success^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ Students will be able to apply the knowledge of their learning styles to classroom situations. ^ Students will feel a high level of personal agency, i.e., their self-perceived ability to begin and continue movement on selected pathways toward their goals ^ Students will increase their internal locus of control.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 75Supervising Adults in Early Childhood Settings^ Students completing CHLD 75 - Supervising Adults in Early Childhood Settings will be able to examine and recognize the developmental learning stages of individuals to develop short and long term leadership and professional development goals. ^ Students completing CHLD 75 - Supervising Adults in Early Childhood Settings will be able to identify styles of management and apply effective conflict mangement skills when working with Early educators in various roles. ^ Students completing CHLD 75 - Supervising Adults in Early Childhood Settings will have attained competency in supervision and guidance strategies for adutls in supervisory capacities in early childhood environment, classrooms or programs.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 61Surgical Nursing^ 75% of the Students will properly connect and set up an anesthesia machine and monitor anesthesia for an 75 dog ^ 75% Students will properly gown and glove sterily for surgery
Child Development, EducationCHLD 6Survey of Child Development Curriculum^ Students completing CHLD 6 - Survey of Child Development Curriculum will be able to analyze environmental conditions and evaluate the role of curriculum in supporting healthy growth and development, socialization, self regulation, and self help skills for children ^ Students completing CHLD 6 - Survey of Child Development Curriculum will be able to analyze observations to assess and plan activities to meet the diverse needs of children in a safe, healthy and respectful learning environment. ^ Students completing CHLD 6 - Survey of Child Development Curriculum will be able to apply principles of child development theories and current curriculum models in program planning. ^ Students completing CHLD 6 - Survey of Child Development Curriculum will be able to plan and develop appropriate foundational curriculum infusing early language and literacy; physical/motor mastery; creativity/arts, math, science and technology as curriculum areas.
MathMath 100Survey of College Mathematics^ Analyze data using descriptive statistics and properties of the normal distribution. ^ Apply knowledge of properties and operations of set theory. ^ Demonstrate problem solving techniques. ^ Employ basic concepts of logic in using truth tables, arguments or Euler diagrams. ^ Math 100 students will feel comfortable in their math class. ^ Math 100 students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education. ^ Solve probability problems using and/or, not, conditional, and binomial. ^ Students will be able to determine the validity of an argument. ^ Students will be able to use a Venn diagram to count. ^ Utilize the various counting methods.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 6BSurvey of English Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 6ASurvey of English Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 10Survey of Shakespeare^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Physics & EngineeringSURV 1BSurveying^ Apply GIS to extract data. ^ Apply photogrammetry to surveying problems. ^ Apply trigonometry to solve missing data problems. ^ Calculate angles and distances to stake-out horizontal curves. ^ Compute volumes using field data.q ^ Interpret land survey descriptions. ^ Perform vertical curve computations. ^ Select and use appropriate surveying instruments for assigned tasks. ^ Students will be able to compute the required volume. ^ Students will be able to find the length of a vertical curve. ^ Transfer field data into field books. ^ Use California Coordinate System.
Physics & EngineeringSURV 1ASurveying^ Apply corrections to measurements to adjust field data. ^ Compute areas from maps. ^ Create accurate records of all field data and activities, arranged in a neat, clear and orderly manner that is easy to interpret. ^ Create survey maps from adjusted field data. ^ Demonstrate proper care of delicate surveying instruments. ^ Develop collaborative skills through active participation in lab activities. ^ Select and use surveying instruments to perform simple surveying tasks. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct contour line. ^ Surveying students will demonstrate proper use of the leveling equipment.
KinesiologyKINA 8CSwimming - Advanced^ Students in class will show an improvement in technique. ^ Students will show an improvement in all four strokes.
KinesiologyKINA 8ASwimming - Beginning^ Improved performance in timed swim test. ^ Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required for the activity and will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINA 8BSwimming - Intermediate^ Students in class will show an improvement in technique. ^ Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required of the activity. ^ Students will show an improvement in overall conditioning and or swim mechanics by completing more laps in a given time. (20 Minutes)
KinesiologyKINX 28Swimming - Men^ Assess a 20 minute swim test performance ^ Show improvement in selected competitive stroke.
KinesiologyKINX 30Swimming - Women^ Assess a 20 minute swim test performance ^ Show improvement in selected competitive stroke.
Agricultural SciencesAGLI 14 (VOC)Swine Production^ Course completers should be able to identify all common breeds of swine ^ Course completers will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation
CISCISM 11Systems Analysis and Design^ Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know how to design the logical structure of a database. ^ Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know how to utilize Data Flow Diagrams to describe how data flows through an organization. ^ Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know the six phases of the system development life cycle and two activities that occur in each phase.
KinesiologyKINI 37CTai Chi Chuan - Advanced^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 37ATai Chi Chuan - Beginning^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity. ^ Tai Chi Chuan History
KinesiologyKINI 37BTai Chi Chuan - Intermediate^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
DanceDNCE 18ATap I^ DNCE 18A (Tap I) students will be able to define basic tap dance terms. ^ DNCE 18A (Tap I) students will be able to execute basic tap dance technique.
DanceDNCE 18BTap II^ DNCE 18B (Tap II) students will be able to define intermediate tap dance terms. ^ DNCE 18B (Tap II) students will be able to execute intermediate tap dance technique.
DanceDNCE 19Tap Performance^ DNCE 19 (Tap Performance) students will be able to define advanced Tap dance terms. ^ DNCE 19 (Tap Performance) students will be able to execute and perform advanced Tap techniques and combinations.
Child Development, EducationCHLD 72Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships^ Students completing CHLD 72 - Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships will be able to compare and contrast various frameworks to develop effective strategies dealing with concerns that emerge when working with children and families in the school setting. ^ Students completing CHLD 72 - Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships will be able to critically analyze theory, research and beliefs that affect family dynamics and the sequencial changes in parent/child/school relationships. ^ Students completing CHLD 72 - Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships will be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate and utilize problem-solving skills when address parenting approaches.
DanceDN-T 32Teaching Pilates Cadillac and Wunda Chair Repertoire^ Students will be able to perform technique and exercises on the Cadillac and Wunda Chair appartatus. ^ Students will be able to teach, with attention to detail, exercises for the Cadillac and Wunda Chair appartatus.
DanceDN-T 29Teaching Pilates Mat^ Students will be able to design Pilates mat sequences for different settings and clientele. ^ Students will be able to teach the individual Pilates mat exercises
DanceDN-T 33Teaching Pilates Ped-a-Pul, Barrels and Auxiliary Equipment Repertoire^ Students will be able to perform exercises and techniques on Ped-a-pul, barrels, magic circle, c-cusion and props ^ Students will be able to teach exercises on small appartatus and with props.
DanceDN-T 30Teaching Pilates Reformer Repertoire^ Students will be able to design Reformer sequences for different settings and clientele. ^ Students will be able to teach and demonstrate the individual pilates Reformer exercises
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 11 (VOC)Technical Applications in Microcomputers^ Define and discuss common vocabulary words associated with technology and computers. ^ Demonstrate using the internet to research a given topic. ^ Demonstrate various features of the Windows operating system specifically used in electronic technology. ^ Design and implement various spreadsheet assignments including data in chart and graph form. ^ Design and implement various word processing assignments including: memos, technical reports, and a resume. ^ Identify features of computer presentation methods. ^ Implement various database assignments including data manipulation, report generations. ^ Students completing ELEC 11 will be able to produce an expense spreadsheet with a chart in Microsoft Excel. ^ Students completing ELEC 11 will demonstrate the ability to produce a correctly formatted and error-free employment cover letter using Microsoft Word. ^ Students completing ELEC 11 will demonstrate the ability to produce a correctly formatted and error-free resume in Microsoft Word
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 10Technical Mathematics in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration^ Course completers will apply Fan Laws to assess and successfully adjust air flow ^ Course completers will be able to determine the correct refrigerant charge of a non-critcally charged system based on receiver design.
TheaterTHTR 18 (VOC)Technical Theater Practicum^ Construct scenery, props and/or costumes for a theatrical production. ^ Create the necessary paperwork for successful completion of the assigned theater job. ^ Demonstrate the work procedure and precautions necessary for maintaining safe theater environments. ^ Describe the job responsibilities of all areas in the rehearsal and performance process. ^ Describe the nature of working on technical preparations under circumstances that mirror a professional scene shop. ^ Describe the total construction process and the need for collaboration among the various disciplines. ^ Develop a good work ethic that stresses the importance of punctuality, reliability and working under strict deadlines. ^ Interpret verbal instructions and work drawings in order to complete job assignments. ^ Recognize and practice the protocol for backstage etiquette. ^ Set up lights and/or sound for theatrical productions. ^ Solve construction problems as they arise. ^ Students who complete THTR 18 will appreciate the necessity of self-motivation and self-discipline when working on a theater production. ^ Students who complete THTR 18 will feel they have improved their skills in one of the stagecraft disciplines.
KinesiologyKIN 39Techniques of Fitness Testing^ Administer test protocols properly and safely. ^ Apply components of fitness and develop fitness programs based on an individual’s tests results ^ Evaluate and stratify the health status of potential clients. ^ Explain the purpose of performing physical assessments on clients. ^ Identify positive coronary risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease. ^ Identify the protocols for selected fitness tests ^ Students will be able to define muscular strength. ^ Students will demonstrate a functional ability to measure blood pressure correctly. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of risk factors and thresholds for stratifying level of risk for fitness testing. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of the importance and purpose(s) of performing fitness testing ^ Use a health appraisal screening tool prior to exercise.
Alcohol and Drug CounselingAD 11Techniques of Intervention and Referral^ Students successfully completing AD 11 will be able to implement active listening skills during counseling sessions. ^ Students successfully completing AD 11 will demonstrate proficiency in basic counseling skills. ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to demonstrate basic counseling skills in a role playing situation. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to demonstrate one-on-one interviewing techniques. (MO) ^ Students successfully completing the course will be able to explore beginning approaches in counseling.(MO)
Respiratory TherapyRESD 56BTechniques of Respiratory Therapy^ MO: Demonstrate proper storage, transport, and administration of medical gases to the ICU patient. ^ MO: Perform advanced respiratory care treatments and procedures and perform basic respiratory care treatments to include mechanical ventilation, humidity therapy, aerosolized bronchodilator, bronchial hygiene, lung expansion, non-invasive monitoring. ^ MO: Perform mechanical ventilator care to include ventilator set up and initiation. ^ MO: Perform the elements of patient assessment on critically ill patients. ^ MO: Recognize and respond to patient emergencies to include CPR and airway management. ^ SLO: The student will perform a patient-ventilator system check in the hospital setting. ^ Students will be able to calculate static and dynamic compliance. ^ The student will be able to perform a comprehensive bedside patient assessment on an adult patient in the critical care unit of a hospital. ^ The student will evaluate weaning parameters and make recommendations for weaning a patient. ^ The student will perform a patient-ventilator system check in the hospital setting.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 56DTechniques of Respiratory Therapy^ MO: Demonstrate proper storage, transport, and administration of medical gases to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patient. ^ MO: Perform advanced respiratory care treatments and procedures and perform basic respiratory care treatments to include mechanical ventilation, humidity therapy, aerosolized bronchodilator, bronchial hygiene, lung expansion, non-invasive monitoring. ^ MO: Perform detailed respiratory assessment on the adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients including computation of patient lung mechanics and analysis of patient clinical data leading to a treatment plan. ^ MO: Perform mechanical ventilator care to include ventilator initiation, circuit changes, and patient-system ventilator checks on the adult and NICU patient. ^ MO: Recognize and respond to patient emergencies to include CPR and airway management according to institutional policy. ^ The student will actively participate in the weaning process of an adult patient being weaned from mechanical ventilation in the hospital clinic setting. ^ The student will assess the ventilator waveforms of a patient receiving mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit of a hospital.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 56ATechniques of Respiratory Therapy^ MO: Apply basic forms of medical gas therapy to patients according to the policies of the clinical site you are assigned. ^ MO: Perform aerosolized bronchodilator treatments, bronchial hygiene treatments, lung expansion treatments, and non-invasive monitoring on patients in the clinical site you are assigned. ^ MO: Perform detailed respiratory assessment on patients in the clinical site you are assigned. ^ MO: Recognize and respond to patient emergencies including CPR and airway management in the clinical site you are assigned. ^ Student will perform a comprehensive bedside patient assessment on an Adult patient on the general care ward of a hospital. ^ The student will be able to demonstrate the correct procedure for administering an Incentive Spirometer treatment on a post-operative patient. ^ The student will be able to state the name, type of drug, dose, frequency, indication, contraindications, and complications of drugs commonly used in respiratory care.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 56CTechniques of Respiratory Therapy^ MO: Demonstrate proper storage, transport, and administration of medical gases to the intensive care unit patient. ^ MO: Perform mechanical ventilator care to include ventilator set up and initiation. ^ MO: Perform advanced respiratory care treatments and procedures to include mechanical ventilation, humidity therapy, aerosolized bronchodilator, bronchial hygiene, lung expansion, and non-invasive monitoring. ^ MO: Perform the elements of patient assessment on critically ill patients. ^ MO: Recognize and respond to patient emergencies to include cardiopulmonary resuscitation and airway management. ^ The student will assess the overall condition of a mechanically ventilated requiring Positive End Expiratory Pressure, (PEEP). Assessment will include HR, RR, BP, EKG, Sp02, and Cst. ^ The student will complete three patient assessments on mechanically ventilated patients. ^ The student will monitor a patient receiving Nonivasive Positive Pressure Ventilation, (NIPPV), in the hospital setting. ^ The student will verbalize the difference between Pressure Control Ventilation versus Volume Control Ventilation.
KinesiologyKIN 40Techniques of Teaching Cardiovascular Exercise^ Demonstrate an understanding of the cardiovascular system and how it functions during exercise. ^ Student will identfiy various cardiovascular equipment and demonstrate an understanding of function.
DSP&SDSPS 32Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities^ Students who successfully complete DSPS 32 will demonstrate current use of at least 1 technology-based tool or strategy for reading, writing, or study techniques in the semester following the class. ^ Students will continue to use one or more assistive technology(ies) for reading, writing or organizing independently. ^ Students will identify at least one technology that is assistive to reading and one for writing.
CISCISN 11Telecommunications/Networking^ Students completing CISN 11 - Telecommunications/Networking Lecture will be able to identify four types of common transmission media and be able to describe the basic characteristics of each. ^ Students completing CISN 11 - Telecommunications/Networking Lecture will know at least five security strategies that can protect a network from a security breach.
CISCISN 11LTelecommunications/Networking Lab^ Students competing this course will be able to explain ten security strategies that will protect a company's computers from security attacks. ^ Students completing this course will be able to capture and analyze network packets using network monitoring software.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 20Television News Production^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Choose news items to be reported in TV broadcast form from various media available. ^ Compose TV news stories to exact times under deadline constraints. ^ Create TV newscasts at a professional level under deadline constraints. ^ Operate all equipment used in a TV newscast, including cameras, special effects generators, audio recording equipment, audio mixing equipment, editing software, videotape and disc recording devices, teleprompters, graphics generators, and other computers. ^ Perform a TV newscast live in either a 5 or 10-minute format.
KinesiologyKINI 40CTennis - Advanced^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 40ATennis - Beginning^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will be able to show improvements in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
KinesiologyKINI 40BTennis - Intermediate^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity. ^ Students will show improvement in skills required for activity.
KinesiologyKINX 32Tennis - Men^ Assess competitive ground stroke skills for tennis ^ Assess overhead serving skill
KinesiologyKINX 34Tennis - Women^ Assess competitive ground stroke skills for tennis ^ Assess overhead serving skill
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 201Terminal Air Traffic Control^ Students will compose microphone phraseology pertinent to radar and non-radar ATC instructions. ^ Students will distinguish the differences and the relationship between radar positions within a TOWER and an TRACON, including radar handoff procedures.
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 203LTerminal Radar Approach Control Laboratory^ Students will be able to interpret, manipulate, and update en route radar data blocks ^ Students will be able to read and interpret flight progress strips and use the data to control and separate aircraft in accordance with FAA Order 7110.65 standards
LAC - InstructionalSTDY 85ATest-Taking and Stress Management^ LAC students will increase their confidence level as students. ^ STDY 85A students will be able to report an increased level of confidence in their ability to apply stress management skills. ^ STDY 85A students will be able to report an increased level of confidence in their ability to apply test-taking skills. ^ Students will know brain-based methods for reducing the Reticular Activating Response (RAS) before/during a test.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 17 (VOC)Textiles^ Students completing FASH 17 - Textiles be able to differentiate between properties of natural and synthetic fibers. ^ Students completing FASH 17 - Textiles will be able to differentiate between properties of natural and synthetic fabrics. ^ Students completing FASH 17 will be able to develop fabrication for a group of apparel with focus on target market and fashion trends.
Administration of JusticeADJU 1 (VOC)The Administration of Justice System^ Students will understand the three components of the Criminal Justice System. ^ Analyze the impact of legislation on the criminal justice system ^ Analyze the political issues associated with managing priorities within the criminal justice system ^ Demonstrate understanding of how the police department conduct impacts their relationship with the community and the media ^ Students will identify the concept and importance of Jurisdiction in the Criminal Justice System.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 47The Bible as Literature: New Testament^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 46The Bible as Literature: Old Testament^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
Art HistoryHUMA 1The Humanities^ Student completing an assignment will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to analyze and interpret art and cultural as expressions ofethnicity, identity, gender, and political power. ^ Students will be able to identify and analyze the formal elements and composition of visual arts, architecture, music, literature, and/or other humanistic expression ^ Students will be able to relate art and culture to the socio-political and natural environment.
BiologyANTH 30The Native American^ Students will be able to compare unique qualities of culture areas and determine common traits. ^ Students will be able to describe adaptive measures related to ecological influences in each culture area. ^ Students will be able to describe Native American contributions to the world in sciences and arts. ^ Students will be able to evaluate theories of origins and genetic relationships of prehistoric Native American populations with Asian populations. ^ Students will be able to identify Native American locations on a map. ^ Students will be able to identify special problems faced today by Native Americans. ^ Students will be able to name and describe theories of origin for indigenous peoples of the America, and list specific facts that support the theories.
NursingNURS 1AThe Nursing Process I^ Discuss the significance of effective verbal and non-verbal communication in implementation of The Nursing Process, including actual or potential barriers, which may alter or impede the communication process. (Theory MO) ^ 2. Explain the essential aspects of nursing. Compare these to nursing definitions and scope of professional practice. (Theory MO) ^ By the end of the course, at week eight of every semester, each student will be compentent in appropriate body mechanics. ^ By the end of the course, at week eight of every semester, each student will be compentent in therapeutic communication. ^ Describe components of The Nursing Process, nursing activities involved in each component, knowledge and abilities needed to utilize the process and benefits of its use to client and nurse. (Theory MO) ^ Describe the components of a nursing history and the procedure for a systematic first- level physical assessment on a middle-age adult and geriatric client. (Theory MO) ^ Develop a definition of aging based on biophysical and psychosocial theories of aging. (Laboratory MO) ^ Discuss normal physiological and development promote positive coping techniques for the client dealing with elderly physical, psycho/ social, cognitive or cultural/spiritual stressors. (Theory MO) ^ Discuss the relationship of The Nursing Process to conceptual models and theories of nursing. (Theory MO) ^ Each student will be successfully demonstrate a head to toe assessment. ^ Each student will be successfully demonstrate a head to toe assessment. (SLO) ^ Each student will successfully demonstrate the use of Personal Protective Equipment in the clinical setting. ^ Explain the philosophy of the Nursing Department, its mission, terminal objectives, educational model and threads. (Theory MO) ^ Explain the significance of Nursing Practice Acts and Standards of Nursing Practice in licensure, quality assurance, and consumer protection. (Theory MO) ^ Identify barriers to effective verbal and non- verbal communication in the laboratory setting. (Laboratory MO) ^ Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention techniques, which promote or support personal hygiene, comfort, mobility, immobility, activity, exercise, rest, sleep, balanced nutrition/fluid intake, oxygenation, fecal and urinary elimination by natural and/or modified means with adaptations to the care of the hospitalized client. (Theory MO) ^ Perform a systemic first-level physical assessment on a given client. (Laboratory MO) ^ Plan and implement primary prevention techniques, promoting safety through recognition of hazards, potential for injuries, and spread of infection. (Laboratory MO) ^ Recognize the roles, levels and functions of the various members of the health and nursing team, and utilize those appropriate to the NURS 1A student. (Laboratory MO) ^ State the basic principles involved in the safe administration of medications via oral, parenteral, optical, eye, ear, and rectal instillation methods. (Theory MO)
NursingNURS 1BThe Nursing Process II^ 100% of N1B students will pass the N1B dosage calculation test by the end of the second attempt. ^ 95% of students will demonstrate advanced fundametal knowledge and skill by completing N1B theory with a grade of C or better. ^ Analyze the concepts of homeostasis, how internal and external environmental stressors may affect the client/family and influence health-illness behaviors. (Theory MO) ^ Assess the physiological changes that occur in the principle organ systems of the elderly, and how these changes affect the overall functioning of the individual. (Laboratory MO) ^ Define and discuss the terms "gerontology" and "geriatrics." (Laboratory MO) ^ Describe at least four social forces influencing nursing education, nursing practice and health care delivery systems. (Theory MO) ^ Describe legal concepts as they apply to nursing, related to informed consents, incident reports, living wills and professional liability. (Theory MO) ^ Describe the client's rights to health care according to the Patient's Bill of Rights and the implications for nursing. (Theory MO) ^ Detect areas of potential liability for nurses and ways nursing students can minimize chance of liability while providing for hygiene, exercise, safety, pain management nutrition, fluid and electrolytes, medications, wound care, infection control, and documentation for clients. (Theory MO) ^ Discuss the components of the Betty Neuman Model and application of The Nursing Process. (Theory MO) ^ Examine the role of the nurse in identifying client stressors/resistors, strengthening flexible lines of defense and preventing or reducing stressor reactions. (Theory MO) ^ Identify behavioral reactions of individual clients, toward such stressors as illness, hospitalization, and grief, using the Betty Neuman Health Care Systems Model of Nursing. (Laboratory MO) ^ Identify some potential behavior reactions of individuals toward such stressors as illness, body image changes, intrusive procedures, aging, loss, death and grief using the Betty Neuman Health Care Systems Model of Nursing. (Theory MO) ^ Identify the role of values clarification in the process of socialization of the nursing student for professional practice. (Theory MO) ^ Predict how the impact of the variables of culture, ethnicity, spirituality, religious beliefs and/or age may impact on client system communication patterns, time, orientation, food, nutritional/health practices, susceptibility to disease and beliefs about health, illness, sexuality, pain and death. (Theory MO) ^ Recognize behavioral reactions of individual clients, toward such stressors as illness, hospitalization and grief using the Betty Neuman Model of Nursing. (Laboratory MO) ^ Students will be able to Administer Medication following the Ten Rights of Medication Administration. ^ Students will complete a satisfactory concept map utilizing the Betty Neuman System Model. ^ Utilize the problem solving approach for nursing assessment, care planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care using Betty Neuman's Conceptual Framework. (Laboratory MO)
PsychologyPSYC 25The Psychology of Women^ Analyze how gender stereotypes, discrimination, gender role expectations, and family-related issues affect women. ^ Define sexual orientation and identify issues related to the lesbian, bisexual, and transgender female experience. ^ Demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to the role of gender in your personal experience. ^ Describe gender differences in verbal and nonverbal communication patterns and how language treatment differs between genders. ^ Describe psychological and physiological aspects of female sexuality and sexual dysfunctions. ^ Describe the prevalent theoretical perspectives, including the psychoanalytic and feminist perspectives, on gender identity development and gender differences. ^ Describe, compare and contrast the predominant theories of gender development. ^ Differentiate between real and stereotypic gender differences, such as differences in abilities, achievements, emotions, and motivation, and reasons for those differences. ^ Discuss female victimization, particularly in the areas of rape, intimate partner abuse, sexual harassment, and childhood sexual abuse. ^ Explain how ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic factors impact women's experience in the workplace. ^ Explain the concept of privilege as it relates to various minority groups (i.e., women, ethnic minority groups, homosexuals, etc.). ^ Explain the rationale for the study of the Psychology of Women and define related terms (i.e., feminism, sexism, sex, gender, privilege, gender role). ^ Identify gender role messages in popular culture, such as television, music, videogames, and film. ^ Identify the sources of sex bias in psychological research and discuss gender-fair research methods and interpretations. ^ Identify women's psychological and physical health issues and the response of the healthcare system in providing treatment. ^ Synthesize course information to develop more critical appraisal and analysis of gender-related issues in contemporary society, and identify future trends that will continue to affect women.
Fine ArtsARTS 34The Sculptural Vessel^ Students will be able to construct a sculptural vessel with an architectural reference after researching a variety of architects' work and types of architecture. ^ Students will use an organic reference to construct a group of 5 vessels, each under 5" that relate to each other in form and surface.
GeographyGEOG 8The Urban World^ Analyze the spatial variation of urban patterns around the world. ^ Describe the tools and theories used in research related to urban geographies.
HistoryHIST 16The Wild West - A History, 1800-1890^ Analyze how different historians have assessed the history of the American West and its influence upon the development of the American nation and democracy. ^ Students will be able to explain and evaluate the story of America's westward advance as part of the wider story of the development of the American nation and its democracy. ^ Using both primary and secondary sources, students will be able to determine and critically analyze competing perspectives on the history, culture, and society of the American West.
DanceDNCE 28Theater Dance I^ DNCE 28 (Theatre Dance I) students will be able to execute basic theatrical dance variations/excerpts from various musicals and movies. ^ DNCE 28 students will be tested on 6 fundamental jazz and musical theatre dance exercises and skills.
DanceDNCE 29Theater Dance II^ DNCE 29 (Theatre Dance II) students will be able to execute advanced theatrical dance variations/excerpts from various musicals and movies. ^ DNCE 29 students will be able to execute intermediate/advanced jazz and musical theatre dance exercises and skills.
TheaterTHTR 19 (VOC)Theatrical Costuming^ Analyze a play script or dance to assess both character and costuming needs. ^ Create costume design concepts. ^ Distinguish silhouettes of individual periods to create accurate costumes. ^ Distinguish the job responsibilities of all areas related to theatrical costuming. ^ Estimate costume budget needs. ^ Estimate the necessary yardage for costume construction. ^ Evaluate costume designs ^ Evaluate costume items in theater area stock and rental companies for appropriate usage in theatrical productions ^ Identify the Theatrical chain of command. ^ Integrate historical research methods to create accurate costume designs. ^ Measure the human body for purchasing clothing, renting and constructing costumes. ^ Sketch the human body for costume rendering. ^ Students who complete THTR 19 will be able to build a costume using a commercial pattern and sewing machine. ^ Students who complete THTR 19 will be able to render an appropriate costume design.
TheaterTHTR 16 (VOC)Theatrical Make-Up^ Critique, discuss and appraise differences in style, technique, translation and design. ^ Describe theatrical makeup safety. ^ Draw a design for makeup for a character in a play based on character analysis. ^ Execute basic 2D theatrical makeup techniques; age, corrective, animal, likeness, gender reversal. ^ Execute basic 3D theatrical makeup techniques; hair construction, latex, cut & bruise, 3D putty. ^ Organize a makeup morgue resource file. ^ Students who complete THTR 16 will know all the tools in the makeup kit by name. ^ Students who complete THTR 16 will produce a complete makeup design on paper.
TheaterTHTR 25Theatrical Playwriting^ Assess, evaluate, critique, and revise the scripts of peers ^ Create 10-minute plays using various types of plot structure. ^ Create a complete submission-ready play in a one-act format ^ Describe the function of a writer's agent and the submission process. ^ Identify the various unions and service organizations that serve theater artists. ^ Read, write, and critique plays for theater. ^ Students who complete THTR 25 will be able to identify the structural components in a play. ^ Students who complete THTR 25 will be able to write a short play adhering to structural guidelines.
DanceDN-T 27Theory and Principles of Pilates^ Students will be able to develop client-specific Pilates programs. ^ Students will be able to present a comprehensive portfolio that includes lesson plans, teaching resume and personal responses that chronicle the process of becoming a successful Pilates instructor. ^ Students will demonstrate knowledge of pilates history, philosophy, principles and concepts.
Respiratory TherapyRESD 50Theory and Principles of Respiratory Therapy^ MO: Define key respiratory terms. ^ MO: Demonstrate professional behavior. ^ MO: Differentiate between scholarly journal articles and magazine articles. ^ MO: Discuss the major historical events that have shaped modern respiratory care practice. ^ MO: Evaluate various on-line sources of information pertaining to respiratory care. ^ MO: Explain what constitutes an ethical dilemma and how they arise in health care. ^ MO: Predict gas behavior under changing conditions using gas law calculations. ^ MO: State the personal protective equipment required to control the spread of airborne infections. ^ MO: Summarize the basic elements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). ^ SLO: Given a patient scenario, apply the appropriate personal protective equipment. ^ SLO: The student will be able to state how Poiseuille’s Law determines airway resistance and the most significant factor that influences a patient’s ability to breathe through an endotracheal tube. ^ Students will describe the gas laws and relate them to Respiratory Care. ^ Students will discuss the properties of fluid dynamics and relate them to Respiratory Care.
KinesiologyKIN 44Theory of Coaching^ Compare and contrast coaching styles and philosophies. ^ Demonstrate teaching component of sport skills. ^ Develop coaching activity units and seasonal plans. ^ Discuss coaching theory and principle of training. ^ List and apply coaching principles, rules and skills. ^ Students will be able to identify and comprehend the ASEP (American Sports Education Program) coaching philosophy. ^ Students will be able to understand the concept of goal setting and how it relateds to coaching.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 61ATheory of Radiologic Technology^ The student will identify all parts of the X-ray Circuitry. ^ The student will identify related radiology terminology concerning electricity, magnetism, and electromagnetism. ^ The student will identify the general components and functions of the x-ray tube. ^ The student will identify the structure and function of the x-ray circuit.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 63Theory of Radiologic Technology^ The students will identify appropriate basic emergency care for patients with a contrast media reaction.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 62ATheory of Radiologic Technology^ The student will be able to identify how beam filtration affects x-ray beam intensity, beam quality, and patient exposure. ^ The student will describe methods of how x-rays interact with matter. ^ The student will identify magnification, general distortion, spatial distortion, and subject or technique factors on radiographic images. ^ The student will identify the path of travel in the processor and describe the chemicals and their functions.
Radiologic TechnologyRAD 64Theory of Radiologic Technology^ The student will complete practice registry examinations. ^ The student will describe the function of the components of a radiography system. ^ The student will identify and discuss the various ethical codes that apply to radiographers.
ESLESL TOEFLTOEFL Prep^ Advanced level ESL students will take a listening comprehension test similar to that section of the ETS-TOEFL test. ^ Advanced level ESL students will take a reading comprehension test similar to that section of the ETS-TOEFL test.
Business AdministrationPLGL 37Tort Law^ Students completing PLGL 37 - Tort Law will be able to distinguish among strict liability, negligence, and intentional torts. ^ Students completing PLGL 37 - Tort Law will be able to list, describe, and apply the four elements of negligence.
KinesiologyKINX 38Track and Field - Men^ Students will improve their absolute strength in the chest, leg and shoulder exercises. ^ Students will improve their cardiorespiratory fitness
KinesiologyKINX 42Track and Field - Women^ Students will improve their absolute strength in the chest, leg and shoulder exercises. ^ Students will improve their cardiorespiratory fitness
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 51 (VOC)Tractor and Landscape Equipment Operations^ Students completing this course will be able to demonstrate fundamentals of operating tractors and equipment covered in class ^ Students completing this course will be able to demonstrate safe operational skills and practices when operating tractors and other equipment
Sign LanguageSIGN 220Translation: American Sign Language/English^ When presented with ASL sentences, a sample of students will successfully create grammatically correct functionally equivalent sentences in English. ^ When presented with English sentences, a sample of students will successfully create grammatically correct functionally equivalent sentences in ASL.
MathMath 150Trigonometry^ Apply DeMoivre's Theorem to powers and roots of complex numbers. ^ Apply inverse trigonometric functions. ^ Apply the principles of trigonometry to problem solving. ^ Evaluate trigonometric functions of angles measured in degrees and radians. ^ Graph trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. ^ Math students feel they have the resources necessary for their success. ^ Prove and use trigonometric identities. ^ Solve problems using vectors and vector operations. ^ Solve right and oblique triangles. ^ Solve trigonometric equations. ^ Students will feel that mathematics is a beneficial part of their education ^ The student will be able to accurately solve trigonometric equations over a given interval, including equations that use multiple angles, identities, and quadratic forms. ^ Without the use of a calculator, students will be able to graph the six trigonometric functions in a precise manner, stating the period, amplitude, phase shift, and translation as appropriate.
Agricultural SciencesAGPE 73 (VOC)Tropical and Coldwater Fish Management^ Students will be able to identify 20 different species of fish (both tropical and coldwater). ^ Students will be able to identify 7 different species of fish (both tropical and coldwater). ^ Students will be able to write down the appropriate feed necessary for two different species of fish (one tropical and one coldwater).
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 39 (VOC)Turf Management^ Course completers will be able to formulate and implement a complete Turf Management program for a specific site. ^ Course completers will be able to identify common turf species and describe their uses ^ Students completing AGOR 39 will be able to give a professional quality oral presentation.
LAC - InstructionalTUTR 10C (VOC)Tutoring as a Supplemental Instructor^ SI Leaders who take TUTR 10C will develop a protocol for conducting small-group tutorials. ^ Students in TUTR 10C will develop the ability to prepare, conduct, and facilitate effective and collaborative group sessions in accordance with an instructor?s guidelines and students? needs. ^ Students in TUTR10C will be able to obtain feedback about a Supplemental Instruction session plan and incorporate that feedback into a second session. ^ Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders who take TUTR 10C will use questioning methods to encourage active learning.
LAC - InstructionalTUTR 10D (VOC)Tutoring in Mathematics^ Tutors who take TUTR 10D will be able to apply questioning strategies to promote active learning. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10D will be able to explain math concepts in multiple ways.
LAC - InstructionalTUTR 10R (VOC)Tutoring in Reading^ All students will demonstrate an understanding that they need to develop a flexible approach to reading tutoring that addresses both cognitive and affective elements. ^ N/A ^ Tutors completing TUTR 10R will accurately explain a textbook reading strategy. ^ Tutors completing TUTR 10R will be able to apply questioning strategies to promote active learning. ^ Tutors completing TUTR 10R will understand the uses of different strategies for reading.
LAC - InstructionalTUTR 10B (VOC)Tutoring in the English Language^ In the diagnostic in the first class session, each student will self-identify an area of mechanical (grammar/punctuation) weakness. ^ Students will observe and write up their observations of effective tutoring processes and areas that could be addressed. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10B will be able to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in tutees' drafts, with an emphasis on global organizational issues. ^ Tutors who take TUTR 10B will be able to identify problems particularly associated with both global and mechanical issues and develop an approach to help students improve their writing. ^ Utilizing techniques discussed in class, each student will attempt to handle a contentious tutoring session example.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 160Typography^ ARTC 160 students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of logotype design. ^ ARTC 160 students will be able to identify common typeface terms and anatomy. ^ Create thumbnails, sketches and comprehensives that effectively communicate creative ideas and concepts. ^ Critique typography-based commercial art using learned skills and concepts. ^ Design and produce effective, typography-based logos, logotypes and corporate identities. ^ Design and produce effective, typography-based print advertisements. ^ Employ appropriate methods and technology to produce original letterforms and type styles. ^ Present original type style designs, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts.
Art HistoryAHIS 1Understanding the Visual Arts^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will be able to identify formal elements and differentiate styles among cultures over time. ^ Students will be able to identify through analysis the role of visual art and culture (religious, political, economic, social, educational, etc.) in art and and cultures.
Fine ArtsARTB 1Understanding the Visual Arts^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will develop an understanding of basic art terminology that coordinates with the ARTB 1 curriculum.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 75 (VOC)Urban Arboriculture^ Course completers will be able to demonstrate proper use of Personal Protective Equipment. ^ Course completers will be able to describe proper safety techniques for use in arboriculture practices. ^ Students completing this course will be able to demonstrate proper pruning skills for pruning woody trees and shrubs. ^ Students will be able to explain the nutritional needs of trees.
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 75 (VOC)Using Microcomputers in Financial Accounting^ I am able to prepare financial statements ^ I am able to process collections from customers and update accounts receivable ^ I am able to use computerized accounting software to process accounting transactions
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 76 (VOC)Using Microcomputers in Managerial Accounting^ I am able to create a chart using Excel software ^ I am able to explain how Excel software should be used and applied by a company in its day to day business operations ^ I am able to solve managerial accounting problems with Excel software
CISCISD 14LVBA for Excel and Access Lab^ Students completing CISD 14L - VBA for Excel and Access will be able to apply appropriate programming structures for decisions in VBA code. ^ Students completing CISD 14L - VBA for Excel and Access will be able to use the Excel Object Model to populate calculated data into an Excel worksheet cell. ^ Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to create a web site that accesses data from a database.
Nutrition & FoodNF 82 (VOC)Vegetarian Cuisine^ Students completing NF 82 - Vegetarian Cuisine will feel motivated and confident in their abilities to apply the information they learned in class to their lives. ^ Students completing NF 82 - Vegetarian Cuisine will modify and present a recipe. ^ Students in NF 82 - Vegetarian Cooking will be able to correctly identify complementary protein sources.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 54Veterinary Office Procedures^ Students completing AGHE 54 will be able to communicate effectively with clients who will be experiencing different stages of grief due to pet loss. ^ Students completing AGHE 54 will be able to define medical terms used in veterinary medicine. ^ Students will be able to generate a medical record for a veterinary patient.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 64Veterinary Pharmacology^ Student will identify the different trade names of different generic drugs ^ Students will correctly calculate 10 standard drug calculations used in the hospital situation
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 65Veterinary Radiography^ Students will perform a proper radiograph of the canine thorax, inculding measurement, collimnation and viewing ^ Students will properly develop a radiographic film from both the manual dip tank and automatic processor
Administration of JusticeADJU 74 (VOC)Vice Control^ Demonstrate an understanding of how quality of life is affected by vice crimes ^ Demonstrate knowledge of legal responsibilities of police officers in response to vice conditions ^ Students will compare undercover enforcement with uniform enforcement of vice. ^ Students will identify the elements of vice crimes.
PhotographyPHOT 26Video for Photographers^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of f/stop control. What the f/stops are, i.e. 1.4,2,2.8,4,5.6,8,11,16,22, 33 and what they do, i.e. control motion and depth of field ^ Students completing Photography Courses will know the core skills of shutter control. What the shutter speeds are, i.e. 1000,500,250,125,60,30,15,8,4, 2, 1 and what they do, i.e. control exposure and motion. ^ Students that complete PHOT 26 will be able to apply continuous lighting techniques to create product advertising videos. ^ Students that complete PHOT 26 will be able to apply use of still images, frame rates and editing software to create stop-motion video. ^ Students that complete PHOT 26 will be able to use DSLR cameras, preproduction, production and post-production skills to create short commercial videos. ^ Students that complete PHOT 26 will be able to use editing software to create commercial videos with title sequences and sound. ^ Students that complete PHOT 26 will be able use DSLR cameras, lenses, and movement to produce videos that communicate a concept.
Sign LanguageSIGN 260Video Interpreting^ Interpreting students will successfully apply Demand Control Schema (DC-S) Theory to the field of Sign Language Interpreting (within the context of Video Interpreting.) ^ Successfully distinguish between (VRS) and video remote interpreting (VRI). Compare and contrast these two types of interpreting.
CISCISN 61Virtualization Technology^ Be able to use an appropriate vendor virtualization software to install, configure, and maintain a virtual environment based on a set of requirements ^ Understand the importance and differences between type 1 and type 2 hypervisors and guest operating system support on different vendor virtualization software
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 167Visual Development^ Students will b e able to analyze the emotional beats of story. ^ Students will be able to communicate story beats visually. ^ Students will communicate character and emotion visually. ^ Students will generate new story concepts. ^ Students will present a visual development portfolio representing the successful application of the synthesis of story, style, character, location, emotion, symbology, and composition.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 167Visual Development^ Students will be able to analyze the emotional beats of story. ^ Students will be able to communicate character and emotion visually. ^ Students will be able to communicate story beats visually. ^ Students will be able to generate new story concepts succesfully. ^ Students will demonstrate the synthesis of story, style, character, location, emotion, and symbology in compositional studies.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 66Visual Merchandising Display^ After completing this course students will be able to create an in store design using CAD 2D and/or 3D software. ^ After completing this course, students will be able to create 2D and/or 3D store plan-o-grams. ^ Students completing FASH 66 will be able to create a Retail Merchandising Display that will include fixtures, lighting, mannequins, props, signage and theme pursuant to retail store standards. ^ Students completing FASH 66 will be able to utilize the correct terms when designing visual merchandising signs.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 75Vocabulary Building^ Students will recognize and use roots, prefixes, and suffixes to understand new words encountered in reading and listening. ^ Students will use context clues to infer the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary.
Sign LanguageSIGN 240Vocabulary Building for Interpreters^ Accurately producing ASL equivalent of vocabulary discussed in class ^ Given practice English nomenclature for a specific field, students will correctly come up with ASL equivalent signs or phrases. ^ Producing ASL equivalency when no lexical equivalent is known. ^ Students will demonstrate an understanding of how inflecting specific signs changes their meaning and creates different vocabulary choices in English.
MusicMUS 44Vocal Jazz Ensemble^ Demonstrate an attitude of professionalism and responsible work ethic in rehearsals. ^ Demonstrate effective techniques for using a microphone in live performance ^ Memorize music and perform in public as a group and as a soloist. ^ Perform concerts for the college and the local community. ^ Perform in different vocal jazz styles. ^ Students will be able to identify all chromatic intervals within an octave or chromatic scale. ^ Students will be able to recognize and differentiate between various song forms, including 12-bar blues, AABA, and 'other.'
CommunicationSPCH 3Voice and Diction^ Students will be able to produce language with appropriate breathing skills. ^ Students will be able to use electronic resources to conduct research. ^ Students will be able to use phonemes. ^ Students will demonstrate vocal expressiveness. ^ Students will examine the relationship between culture and communication. ^ Students will feel more confident. ^ Students will perform in front of a live audience.
KinesiologyKINS 24CVolleyball - Advanced^ Student will be tested on passing accuracy from serve receive to target. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport. ^ Students will improve on serving accuracy over the net, to a target.
KinesiologyKINS 24AVolleyball - Beginning^ Students in KINS 24 will show improvement on the fundamentals of serving the ball over the net. ^ Students in the KINS 24 will develop improvement in passing skills for fundamentals
KinesiologyKINS 24BVolleyball - Intermediate^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play. ^ Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport. ^ Students will improve on their passing accuracy to a desired target. ^ Students will improve serving accuracy by successfully serving balls over the net to assigned targets.
KinesiologyKINX 46Volleyball - Women^ PEX students will show an improvement in skills required of the sport ^ Students will be surveyed on their understanding of heart rate and strength
KinesiologyKINA 14Water Polo^ Increased understanding of the rules of water polo. ^ Students in class will show an improvement in skills required of the activity.
KinesiologyKINX 48Water Polo - Men^ Students will demonstrate proper shooting mechanics from five perimeter positions. ^ Students will describe and demonstrate proper position to defend the passing lane.
KinesiologyKINX 49Water Polo - Women^ Students will demonstrate proper shooting mechanics from five perimeter positions. ^ Students will describe and demonstrate proper position to defend the passing lane.
Education for Older AdultsOAD FNA04Watercolor Painting^ All students in Watercolor Painting Classes will produce an appropriate class project that demonstrates proper brush strokes. ^ All students in Watercolor Painting Classes will produce an appropriate class project that demonstrates proper display of own art work. ^ All students in Watercolor Painting Classes will produce an appropriate class project that demonstrates proper pictorial planning/composition used in watercolor painting.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyMETO 3LWeather and Atmospheric Environment Laboratory^ 1) Using a sling psychrometer determine the relative humidity and dew point inside the class and outside the building. 2) Using the temperature data provided and the saturation mixing ratio table, calculate relative humidity. 3) On the meteogram identify when the cold front and/or warm front passed each given location. 4) Calculate the noon sun angle for the dates and locations listed. 5) Using the data provided on the map, identify/dram the locations of the warm and/or cold fronts, the dry line (if present), and general wind directions. ^ Students will be able to Analyze the socio-economic impact of weather and climate change. ^ Students will be able to assess current weather conditions and explain the processes that created these conditions. ^ Students will be able to comprehend common weather phenomena. ^ Students will be able to interpret and analyze weather data. ^ Students will be able to predict/forecast weather patterns based on trends in available data. ^ Students will be able to use electronic and analog equipment in weather data collection.
Earth Sciences & AstronomyMETO 3Weather and the Atmospheric Environment^ 11 weather map questions to asses students' ability to analyze basic weather trends based on weather data/map. ^ 5 multiple choice questions to asses comprehension of common weather phenomena. ^ Student will be able to analyze the map and evaluate meteorologic data ^ Students will be able to analyze basic weather trends based on current weather data. ^ Students will be able to Analyze the socio-economic impact of weather and climate change. ^ Students will be able to comprehend common weather phenomena. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in problem solving skills as they relate to meteorology. ^ Students will be able to describe and explain current weather events and the processes that created these conditions. ^ Students will be able to interpret and analyze various weather conditions.
2D Animation and GamingANIM 175Web Animation with Flash^ Analyze and evaluate motion graphic projects for content, technique, and design through oral and written critique. ^ Create original motion graphics that synthesize the principles of animation, design, and cinematography appropriate to the field. ^ Manage project timelines, layers, and compositions for efficient animation. ^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to create an animated movement for an object using motion tweening and the motion editor. ^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to create web compatible animation through the proper use and workflow of the Flash interface. ^ Produce motion graphics demonstrating the use of logic and creativity per industry standards. ^ Use software and techniques common to the motion graphics field.
Graphic Design and IllustrationARTC 200Web Design^ ARTC 200 students will be able to define common HTML5 tags. ^ ARTC 200 students will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of home-page usability design. ^ Compare and contrast the benefits of different graphic file types for use in web pages. ^ Correctly code a simple webpage in a text editor using HTML 5. ^ Critique web site design projects based on learned skills and concepts. ^ Design effective web site prototypes. ^ Present original web site design projects, explaining and defending the successful usage of learned skills and concepts. ^ Produce effective and functional web sites. ^ Produce HTML 5 slideshows and banner ads for use in web pages.
CISCISW 15 (VOC)Website Development^ Students completing CISW 15 - Website Development will be able to create custom styles sved in a cascading style sheet. ^ Students completing CISW 15 - Website Development will be able to link Web Page documents and entire websites together.
KinesiologyKINF 10AWeight Training - Beginning^ Students taking KIN-F 10 will demonstrate knowledge of the five components of fitness. ^ Students taking KIN-F 10A will show an improvement in muscular strength.
KinesiologyKINF 10BWeight Training - Intermediate^ Students meeting exercise guidelines will show improvements in muscular strength. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of a major muscle chart.
KinesiologyKINL 18Weight Training for the Physically Limited^ Demonstrate measurable progress in a resistance circuit exercise program ^ Self-Identification of muscle groups when performing specific resistance exercises.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 11Welding for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration^ Course completers will safely operate welding equipment. ^ Course completers will successfully join refrigerarant lines.
WeldingWELD 53A (VOC)Welding Metallurgy^ Compare and contrast the cause of deformation on welded metals. (MO) ^ Describe effects of alloying metals in relationship to a welding procedure. (MO) ^ Describe nature of metals and the relationship between their structural and mechanical properties. (MO) ^ Examine the purpose of pre- and post-heat treatments on welded metals. (MO) ^ Identify crystal structure of metals and their changes in heat treatment processes. (MO) ^ Interpret iron-carbon relationship and its effect on welding of ferrous metals. (MO ^ Recognize effects of alloying materials in ferrous and non-ferrous metals. (MO) ^ Students will be able to explain the use of metallurgy tools and equipment as a means of determining weld soundness. ^ Students will explain the industrial processes of manufacturing ferrous and non-ferrous metals. ^ Students will run hardness tests and other assessments means to understand how grain structure relates to strength and ductility of metals. ^ Utilize metallurgy tools and equipment as a means of determining weld soundness. (SLO/MO)
Fire TechnologyFIRE 12Wildland Fire Control^ Evaluate fire loss report procedures for future prevention, attack and control design. (MO) ^ Determine fire forecasts, including interpretation and applications. (MO) ^ Identify atmospheric conditions and the impact of fuel availability and fire behavior. (MO) ^ Identify wildland fire control problems and the functions of fire control organizations and personnel. (MO) ^ Identify wildland fire terminology, tools, and equipment. (MO) ^ Predict fire behavior based on interpretation of operational data. (MO) ^ Relate fire behavior standards affecting fire line locations and standards. (MO) ^ Student will be able to identify atmospheric conditions and the impact of fuel availability on fire behavior. ^ Students will have a basic understanding of wildland fire control problems
Business AdministrationPLGL 43Wills and Trusts^ Students completing PLGL 43 - Wills and Trusts will be able to distinguish between wills and trusts. ^ Students completing PLGL 43 - Wills and Trusts will have agained an understanding of probate administration.
MusicMUS 49Wind Ensemble^ Develop growth in musical and technical skills as instrumentalists ^ Play wind repertory in various styles. ^ Students will gain experience in recognizing common classical rhythmic patterns through music preparation. ^ Students will gain experience recognizing and identifying common musical stylistic elements including pitch identification, dynamics, and other compulsory musical knowledge.
CISCISN 24Window Server Network & Security Administration^ Students completing CISN 24 - Window Server Network and Security Administration Lecture will be able to configure and install Windows Active Directory. ^ Students completing CISN 24 - Window Server Network and Security Administration Lecture will be able to implement Windows file system security.
CISCISN 24LWindow Server Network and Security Administration Lab^ Students completing CISN 24L - Window Server Network and Security Administration Lab will be able to apply TCP/IP subnet, IPsec, NAT, and secured VPN. ^ Students completing CISN 24L - Window Server Network and Security Administration Lab will be able to install and manage DNS.
CISCISN 21Windows Operating System^ Students completing CISN 21 - Windows Operating System will be able to effectively use the printer configuration utility to install and test a printing device. ^ Students completing CISN 21 - Windows Operating System will be able to properly configure Microsoft's operating system to stay secure while interacting with internetworks.
HistoryHIST 36Women in American History - Beyond the Stereotypes^ Students completing an assignment in Area C (Arts) courses will be able to analyze modes of artistic expression. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in American Constitutional government over time effecting the status, positions, and/or role of women. ^ Students will be able to differentiate among changes in the American constitutional government over time ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American history pertaining to women ^ Students will be able to identify and evaluate major agents of change/reform in American History pertaining to women.
KinesiologyKINI 34Women's Self Defense^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
MusicMUS 34Women's Vocal Ensemble^ Blend voices to achieve a well balanced sound. ^ Demonstrate professional musicianship skills. ^ Demonstrate skill in sight reading music. ^ Perform for the college and the community. ^ Sing music of different styles effectively. ^ Students will be able to identify all major key signatures and names of notes in the treble and bass clefs. ^ Students will be able to identify the correct solfege syllable for example notes in any major key.
KinesiologyKIN 92Work Experience - Athletic Training^ Develop an increased knowledge of athletic training responsibilities ^ Expose students to employment opportunities in athletic training ^ Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries ^ Students completing KIN92 should be able to set up and breakdown a school athletic training room ^ Students completing KIN92 should be able to successfully and accurately complete hard copy and electronic injury reports and daily injury therapy treatment logs ^ Students should be able to initiate an injury evaluation under the direct supervision of an ATC. ^ Students will provide care to student athletes while protecting themselves, the patients and the facility from cross-contamination.
Fire TechnologyFIRE 96Work Experience Fire Science^ Apply theories of fire service technology to real work-place scenarios. (MO) ^ Compare and contrast "real world" work experience with fire service technology theoretical concepts. (MO) ^ Determine depth and type of experiences required by fire service employers for potential employees. (MO) ^ Determine personal characteristics desired by fire service employers for potential employees. (MO) ^ Employers of Fire Technology Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Fire Technology Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Examine career opportunities in fire service technology or related fields. (MO) ^ Maximize opportunities for potential permanent employment through direct contact with the employer. (MO)
KinesiologyKIN 81Work Experience for Coaching^ Students will be able to develop a complete practice plan specific for their respective sport. ^ Students will be able to develop a practice drill program specific for the sport
Accounting and ManagementBUSA 81Work Experience in Accounting^ I am able to apply skills learned in the classroom under actual work conditions ^ I am able to demonstrate the ability to complete an employment application ^ I am able to interview at a work site and present myself professionally
Administration of JusticeADJU 90Work Experience in Administration of Justice^ Student will fulfill an exit contract detailing skills gained and goals achieved.
Agricultural SciencesAGAG 59Work Experience in Agriculture^ Employers of Agricultural Science Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Agricultural Sciences Work Experience Students will rate them at 85% or higher for their work habits as above average.
Air Conditioning /RefAIRC 95Work Experience in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ^ Employers of Air Conditioning and Refrigertion Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Work Experience students will rate the technical skills of AIRC students as above average.
Aeronautics, TransportationAIRT 253Work Experience in Air Traffic Control^ Employers of Air Traffic Control Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Air Traffic Control Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average.
Agricultural SciencesAGHE 83AWork Experience in Animal Health^ Employers of Animal Health Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Animal Health Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Students of the Registered Veterinary Technology Program will demonstrate professional conduct in the industry
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 101Work Experience in Broadcast Enertainment^ Apply skills learned in previous courses to a worksite situation ^ Develop and apply an industry-standard work ethic and team skills. ^ Develop new expertise in an area of the Broadcasting or Entertainment industries. ^ Examine and analyze the role of a professional in the Broadcasting or Entertainment industries. ^ Improve work performance by adapting and changing as needed according to evaluation by worksite supervisor.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 81Work Experience in Business^ I am able to complete an employment application ^ I am able to interview at a work site and present myself professionally ^ I am able to write measurable learning objectives
Electronics & Computer TechnologyELEC 91Work Experience in Electronics^ Demonstrate correct operation of equipment. ^ Demonstrate good work habits. ^ Demonstrate job competence of assigned duties while at the job site. ^ Develop an occupational goal to which the work experience will contribute. ^ Employers of Electronics & Computer Technology Work Experience students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Electronics & Computer Technology Work Experience students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Expand responsibilities or learning opportunities beyond those experienced during previous employment. ^ Follow procedures and protocols already in practice at the work site.
Family & Consumer SciencesFCS 91Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences^ Students completing FCS 91 - Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences will be able to articulate what they have learned in a three to four page evaluation of the work experience outcomes. ^ Students completing FCS 91 - Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences will be able to complete the specific learning experiences according to the measurable objectives developed between student, employer and faculty.
Fashion Merchandising and DesignFASH 81Work Experience in Fashion Merchandising and Retail^ Students completing FASH 81 - Work Experience in Fashion will be able to complete the specific learning experiences according to the measurable objectives developed between student, employer and FASH faculty. ^ Students completing FASH 81 - Work Experience in Fashion will be able to write a three to four page evaluation of the work experience outcomes. This outcome paper will be evaluated by FASH faculty along with the employer, and the students.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 100Work Experience in Film and TV^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of professionals in the entertainment industry. ^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Apply skills learned in previous courses to a worksite situation. ^ Develop and apply an industry-standard work ethic and team skills. ^ Develop new expertise in an area of the film and/or TV industry. ^ Examine and analyze the role of a professional in film and television. ^ Improve work performance by adapting and changing as needed according to evaluation by worksite supervisor.
BiologyHT 17Work Experience in Histotechnology^ Clinical Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Clinical Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Demonstrate good work habits by being punctual and prepared to work each day. ^ Students will be able to apply skills learned in the classroom under actual work conditions. ^ Students will be able to demonstrate correct operation of equipment. ^ Students will be able to develop a record of the types of tissue samples prepared and the number prepared each day. ^ Students will be able to evaluate accomplishment of learning objectives and effectiveness of the work site and program through portfolio updates. ^ Students will be able to follow good laboratory and safety protocols. ^ Students will be able to interview at a work site and present oneself professionally. ^ Students will be able to produce realistic learning objectives and work schedules. ^ Students will be able to recognize the role played by each professional in the laboratory, and work cooperatively as a team. ^ Students will be able to use available reference material with permission to verify and update information.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 112Work Experience in Journalism^ Students will fulfill the requirements of their media internship contract. ^ Students will understand journalistic codes of ethics.
Accounting and ManagementBUSS 79Work Experience in Marketing Management^ I am able to establish and maintain a positive and constructive relationship with co-workers ^ I am able to establish and maintain a positive relationship with employer ^ I am able to establish and maintain productive relationships with customers
Mental Health / Psychiatric TechnicianMENT 82Work Experience in Mental Health Technology^ Apply skills learned in previous courses to a worksite situation. (mo) ^ Develop a minimum of three objectives in new learning experiences. (mo) ^ Develop and apply an industry-standard work ethic and interpersonal skills. (mo) ^ Examine and analyze the role of a professional in developmental disability and or mental health. (mo) ^ Student completing MENT 82 will develop a minimum of 3 objectives in new learning experiences. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 82 will apply skills learned in previous courses to a worksite situation. ^ Student successfully completing MENT 82 will examine and analyze the role of a professional in developmental disability and or mental health. ^ Summarize and perform duties in compliance with work plans. (mo)
2D Animation and GamingANIM 137AWork Experience in New Digital Media^ Outcome/ Objective Student will understand the expectation and value of teamwork. ^ Outcome/ Objective Student will understand the expectation and value of teamwork. ^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to identify their role as an artist in their chosen field. ^ Outcome/ Objective Students will be able to identify their role as an artist in their chosen field.
Agricultural SciencesAGOR 91Work Experience in Nursery Operations^ Employers of Horticulture Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average. ^ Employers of HorticultureWork Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average.
Nutrition & FoodNF 91Work Experience in Nutrition and Dietetics^ Students completing NF 91 - Work Experience in Nutrition and Dietetics will evaluate how their work experience prepares them for a career in nutrition, foods, or dietetics. ^ Students completing NF 91- Work experience in Nutrition and Dietetics will develop and attain at least one measurable skills-based learning objective
PhotographyPHOT 98Work Experience in Photography^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able evaluate performance at internship site and detail methods of improvement. ^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able to apply consistent industry work ethic and team participation skills. ^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able to apply skills learned in the classroom under actual work conditions ^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able to demonstrate and practice basic skills as they relate to the chosen industry. ^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able to demonstrate effective interview skills. ^ Students that complete PHOT 98 will be able to examine and analyze the role of the artist in the field of photography. ^ Students will acquire new skills in their field ^ Students will gain additiional real-world experience in the field.
Hospitality & Restaurant ManagementHRM 91Work Experience in Restaurant/Hospitality^ Demonstrate proficiency of skills specified in the measurable objectives. ^ Develop measurable skill-based learning objectives, which they will attain at the end of their work experience period.
WeldingWELD 96Work Experience in Welding^ Employers of Welding Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average. ^ Employers of Welding Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average.
ArchitectureARCH 250World Architecture I^ Students will be able to analyze the influence of vernacular construction techniques and materials in the architectural development of ancient and classic civilizations. ^ Students will be able to compare the architecture of ancient and classic civilizations. ^ Students will identify the major architectural works of ancient and classic civilizations.
ArchitectureARCH 251World Architecture II^ Students will be able to describe the impact of the Industrial Revolution on architectural design and theory. ^ Students will be able to identify the major architectural works from the Renaissance . ^ Students will summarize in their own words contemporary reviews of architecture using appropriate vocabulary.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 25World Cinema^ Contrast the differences in viewpoint between international and American film. ^ Evaluate the impact of international cinema movements on American film, in both cultural and economic terms. ^ Identify key figures in cinema and their contributions. ^ Identify major film movements, key films which comprise that movement, and the major authors of those movements. ^ Summarize the artistic methods used in international films.
Accounting and ManagementBUSM 50World Culture: A Business Perspective^ I am able to analyze cultural differences when doing business with different cultural groups ^ I am able to discuss cultural roles and how they differ among cultures ^ I am able to discuss gender roles in various cultures and contrast among countries
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 11BWorld Literature^ Students completing an assignment in Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
English, Literature, JournalismLIT 11AWorld Literature^ Students completing an assignment is Humanities Area C will be able to identify the influence of culture on human expression. ^ Students will analyze major themes and concerns in world literature before 1750. ^ Students will write a literary analysis.
MusicMUS 14AWorld Music^ Students who complete MUS 14A will be able to identify the ethnic culture that produced each of three pieces of music when one minute from each piece is played in class during the final exam. ^ Students who complete MUS14A will be able to identify the ethnological classification (chordophone, aerophone, idiophone, or membranophone) of each of two musical musical instruments when recordings of each are played in class during the final exam.
GeographyGEOG 5World Regional Geography^ Analyze the impacts of colonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa. ^ Analyze the relationship between social, political and/or economic institutions and human behavior. ^ Analyze the spatial variation of human activities and physical processes in distinctive world regions. ^ Define the concept of region in geographic analysis. ^ Describe the physical, social, economic, political and cultural relationships between distinctive world regions. ^ Evaluate the geographic situation, problems and prospects for each world region. ^ Evaluate the primary causes of deforestation in Southeast Asia. ^ Explain patterns of human processes in distinctive world regions including demographics, migration, language, religion, ethnicity, political processes, development and economic activities. ^ Explain patterns of physical processes in distinctive world regions including climate and landform evolution. ^ Explain the geographic tools used in regional analysis. ^ Identify the location of the world’s countries, major urban centers, bodies of water, and other landform features.
KinesiologyKINX 50Wrestlin - Men^ Student will demonstrate their competency performing within a wrestling matrix ^ Students will be evaluated on their knowledge of wrestling rules and strategy.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 111Writing Broadcast and Web News^ Students will gather news and write for radio, television, and all digital media. ^ Students will incorporate video and/or audio into a digital news story. ^ Students will understand broadcast law and ethics.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 64Writing Effective Sentences^ Students will construct the four basic sentence patterns. ^ Students will undertand the elements of the sentence.
English, Literature, JournalismJOUR 108Writing for Public Relations^ Students will be write and edit copy for features, newsletters, institutional publications, and other PR writing styles. ^ Students will understand the code of ethics in public relations. ^ Students will understand the role of public relations in media activities and related publics.
Radio-TelevisionR-TV 18Writing for Television/Film^ All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry. ^ All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths. ^ Analyze scripts for proper story construction, character development, and overall structure. ^ Apply the principles of characterization plot, structure, dialogue, and story development ^ Classify various script formats for television writing, including film and videotape. ^ Define the role and tasks of the screenwriter. ^ Define the role of agents and Writers Guild of America in the marketing of scripts. ^ Write and perform "pitches" to professional audiences. ^ Write television scripts (film style) by a process that will include a synopsis, step outline, treatment, rough draft, and final draft to current professional standards.
English, Literature, JournalismENGL 67Writing Fundamentals^ In response to one assigned text, students will write a unified paragraph. ^ Students will be able to write logical sentences. ^ Students will summarize short expository and literary texts.
DSP&SDSPS 34Writing Strategies for Students with Disabilities^ Students will select and demonstrate at least one of four methods of pre-writing for an assignment from their English class.
CISCISW 41XML Secure Programming^ Students completing CISW 41 - XML Secure Programming will be able to create a well-formed XML document. ^ Students completing CISW 41 - XML Secure Programming will be able to format XML using Cascading Style Sheets. ^ Students completing CISW 41 - XML Secure Programming will be able to reformat an XML document using XSLT.
KinesiologyKINI 50AYoga^ Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity. ^ Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity. ^ Yoga Terminology