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Contents Accreditation and Changes in this Catalog......................................................................... i

President’s Message............................................................................................................. ii Contents............................................................................................................................ iii-v College Calendar.......................................................................................................... vi-viii College Directory................................................................................................................. ix

Ability to Benefit................................................................................................................. 9 Exemption from Assessment............................................................................................. 9 Orientation – Credit Students.......................................................................................... 9 Counseling/Advisement..................................................................................................... 9 Exemption from Orientation and Counseling/Advisement ......................................... 9 Prerequisites, Corequisites and Advisories..................................................................... 9 Challenging Prerequisites and Corequisites................................................................... 9

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SECTION 1 — The College

Mt. San Antonio College..................................................................................................... 1 History.................................................................................................................................. 1 Mission, Vision, and Values............................................................................................... 1 College Organization....................................................................................................... 2-4

SECTION 3 — Academic Policies and Requirements

SECTION 2 — Matriculation

Admission and Registration........................................................................................... 6-8 Admissions.................................................................................................................... 6 Application to the College.............................................................................................. 6 Residency Requirements................................................................................................ 6 Residence Classification.................................................................................................. 6 Criteria for Determination of Legal Residence................................................................. 6 Residence Classification Appeal..................................................................................... 6 Concurrent Enrollment for K-12 Students...................................................................... 6 Evaluation of Other College Coursework........................................................................ 6 Acceptance of Domestic Coursework from Accredited Colleges and Universities in the United States.......................................................................... 7 Acceptance of International Coursework from Accredited Colleges and Universities Outside the United States................................................................. 7 Articulation with High Schools, ROPs and Adult Schools................................................ 7 Admission of International Students.............................................................................. 7 Registration................................................................................................................... 8 Schedule of Classes........................................................................................................ 8 Enrollment Fees and Expenses....................................................................................... 8 Student Representation Fee........................................................................................... 8 Refund of Fees............................................................................................................... 8 Cancelled Classes........................................................................................................... 8 Student Obligations....................................................................................................... 8 Assessment and Placement............................................................................................ 8-9 Placement Tests............................................................................................................. 8 Placement Test and Eligibility Time Limits..................................................................... 9 Test Scores and Placement from Other Colleges............................................................. 9 Appeals Process............................................................................................................. 9

Academic Freedom........................................................................................................... 11 Attendance and Enrollment...................................................................................... 11-12 Attendance.................................................................................................................. 11 Auditing Courses.......................................................................................................... 11 Dropping Courses and Withdrawing from the College.................................................. 11 Student Unit Limits...................................................................................................... 11 Basic Skills Limitation.................................................................................................. 11 Repeatable Courses...................................................................................................... 11 Repeating Courses Previously Passed........................................................................... 11 Limitations on Repeating Courses................................................................................ 11 Petitions for Exceptional Action................................................................................... 12 Definitions................................................................................................................... 12 Catalog Rights.............................................................................................................. 12 Credits and Grades...................................................................................................... 12-14 Definition of a Unit of Credit........................................................................................ 12 Classification of Students............................................................................................. 12 Grading System............................................................................................................ 12 Final Examinations....................................................................................................... 12 Pass/No Pass Grades..................................................................................................... 13 Credit by Examination.................................................................................................. 13 Advanced Placement Credit for Mt. SAC General Education Requirements     for the Associate Degree........................................................................................... 14 International Baccalaureate Credit for Mt. SAC General Education Requirements     for the Associate Degree.......................................................................................... 14 Credit for Extra Institutional Learning.......................................................................... 14 Credit for Current License Holders................................................................................ 14 Credit for Military Training........................................................................................... 14 Honors................................................................................................................................. 15 Academic Honors......................................................................................................... 15 Graduation Honors....................................................................................................... 15 Honors Program........................................................................................................... 15 Alpha Gamma Sigma................................................................................................... 15
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.... 19 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)................................................................................... 25 Food Services............................... 18 Assessment Center................................................................................. 20 International Student Programs................................................... 21 Associated Students (A.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Student Life Center...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Student Life Office/Student Center................................................................................................................ 18 Counseling Center............................................................) Student Government ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ San Antonio College Catalog ............................................................................................. 25 Performing Arts Center......................................................... 18 The Bridge Program.... 23 Learning Assistance Center.............................................................................................................. 26 Wildlife Sanctuary................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 General Education Requirements........................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S).............. 63 Application for Graduation...................... 23 Transfer Math Activities Resource Center (T-MARC)................................. 16 Reinstatement after Dismissal.............................. 26 Wellness Center................... 26 SECTION 6 — Campus Facilities Campus Facilities........................................................................................................................ 19 Financial Aid......................................................................................................................................................... 21 Student Clubs and Organizations...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Athletic Facilities............................................................................................................................. 19 International Student Center....................... 16 Challenge of Educational Records....................................... 16 Records............................................................... 20 Veterans Resource Center (VRC) ........................................................................................................................ 18 CalWORKs............................ 23 The Writing Center............................................................................................................................................................ 16 Transcripts.................. 18 Career and Transfer Services.................... 16 Academic Renewal....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Program and Course Student Learning Outcomes...... 15-16 Probation and Dismissal........................ 23 Work Experience Education.................................................................................................................. 23 2013-14 Mt..................................................... 25 Child Development Center........... 16 Language Learning Center (LLC)................................... 23 Distance Learning Program...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Art Gallery.. 63 Multiple Degrees.............................................................................................................. 16 Appeal of Dismissal. 21 Student Life....................... 25 Farm................................................................................................................................................................ 64 iv SECTION 5 — Instruction and Learning Resources Instruction......................... 15 Academic Standards................................................................................................ 20 Public Safety Escort Service.......................... 21 Veterans Service Center ...................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Bookstore (SacBookRac).......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Certificates of Achievement........................................................... 23 CONTENTS SECTION 4 — Student Services and Student Life Student Services........................... 15 Clearing Probation......................................................................................S......................................... 23 Library............. 23 Library and Learning Resources.................. 30-52 Skills Certificates................................................................................ 26 Randall Planetarium........................................... 18 Bursar’s Office and Photo ID.................................Catalog Cover Contents Bookmarks Contents Phi Theta Kappa.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 Residency Requirement......................................................................................................... 15 Probation and Dismissal Status.............................. 63 Graduation Requirements for 2013-14.................................... 52-61 SECTION 7 — Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate....................................................................................................................................................................................... 23 Math Activities Resource Center (MARC)................. 28-50 SECTION 8 — Programs of Study Leading to an Associate in Arts Degree or an Associate in Science Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree............................. 16 Definition of Educational Records....................................................................................................... 18-21 Admissions and Records............................................................. 28 Listing by Skills Certificates............................................................................................... 26 Performing Arts Center Box Office............. 63 General Education Outcomes (GEOs)............. 63-101 General Requirements for an Associate Degree................................................................................................................................................................................................ 25-26 Listing by Certificates of Achievement....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 The Aspire Program.. 18 CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education)............................................................. 20 Student Health Services..............................................

..................................................... 250-252 SECTION 13 — Faculty and Academic Administrators Faculty and Academic Administrator Listings...................................................... 254 Transfer of Information to Third Parties................................................................................................................................... 250 Dress Regulation...... 250 Eye Protection.................................................................................................................................... 251 Smoking on Campus........................................................................... 112 SECTION 10 — Course Descriptions Definition of Terms........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 217 Vocational Programs.................................... San Antonio College Catalog v .................................................... 250 Campus Hours................. 251 Student Academic Honesty......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................)............................... 250 Classroom Visitors and other Attendees........... 252 Notices.................................. 217 Adult Basic Education ......................... 220-229 Noncredit Course Listings...................... 234-248 CONTENTS SECTION 9 — Transferring to California Colleges and Universities Programs of Study Leading to Transfer................. 217 Language Learning Center (LLC).....................................S............ 218 Accommodations and Academic Adjustments for Students with Disabilities..................................................................................................................... 97 Noncredit List of Certificates.... 217 English as a Second Language.. 103 University Transfer Major Options.................. 250 Driving and Parking................................................................................................................................................ 250 Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)....................................................................................................................... 254 Student Right-to-Know Rates................. 251 Standards of Conduct... 104-107 Transfer Admission Requirements...................................... 268 Campus Map.......................................................................................................................................... 217 Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC)....................................... 250 Non-Discrimination Policy......................................................................................................................... 250 Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence ......................................................................................................................................................................... 218 Other Community Education Services and Programs.......................................................................................................................................................... 219 Certificates........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 254 SECTION 12 — College Policies and Notices College Policies........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................) in Liberal Arts and Sciences    with Specific Area Emphasis ..................................................................................................................Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Contents General Education Requirements for 2013-14............. 253 1996 Solomon Amendment................... 67 Listing by Instructional Division – Associate in Science Degree .................................................................................................................................................................................... 91 Alphabetical Listing – Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree (AA-T) .................................................................................................................................. 218 Education for Older Adults...................................................................... 105-107 The University of California...... 116-215 SECTION 11 — Continuing Education Continuing Education (Adult Education) Courses................................. 250 Alcohol and Other Drugs........................................................................................................ 111 California Independent Colleges and Universities.......A.......... 65 Alphabetical Listing – Associate in Science Degree (A...................................................................................................... 97 Alphabetical Listing – Associate in Science for Transfer Degree (AS-T) ........................................................... 217-248 Student Services..................................................................................... 252 Notice of Students’ Rights and Privacy Act........................................................................................................................................................ 250 Campus Disturbances...................................................................................................................................... 274 2013-14 Mt.......................................................................................................................................... 115 Course Descriptions...................................................................... 252 Open Enrollment. 108 UC Minimum Admission Requirements................ 104 CSU General Education Requirements 2013-14............ 114 Course Prefix Listing...... 256-267 Index ..... 252 Public Safety....................................................................................... 108 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) 2013-14................ 109-110 IGETC Certification............... 250 Children on Campus................................................................... 251 Student Complaints/Grievance Process.................................. 230-233 Noncredit Course Descriptions...................................... 103 The California State University.............................................................................................. 250 Animals on Campus... 252-254 Equal Opportunity Statement...................................... 108-110 Requirements for California Residents Transferring to UC.................................................................................................................................................. 67 Alphabetical Listing – Associate in Arts Degree (A...................................... 111 Advanced Placement Examinations in CSU/UC General Education    – Breadth Certification.................

December 1 Thanksgiving Recess (campus closed) December 4 December 6 December 9 .mtsac.edu/finalexams for schedule) 2013 Fall Semester ends Winter Recess for students OCTOBER 2013 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa NOVEMBER 2013 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T W Th F Sa DECEMBER 2013 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa vi 2013-14 Mt.15 December 15 December 16 .January 5 International student application due for 2014 Spring Semester Last day to petition for Winter Intersession graduation Final Exams (see: www. San Antonio College Catalog .Catalog Cover 2013-14 College Calendar JULY 2013 Su M Bookmarks Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa 2013-14 College Calendar Fall 2013 August 26 September 2 September 6 September 6 October 7 2013 Fall Semester begins Labor Day (campus closed) Last day to add a class Last day to change residency for 2013 Fall Semester Last day to petition for Fall Semester graduation AUGUST 2013 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa SEPTEMBER 2013 2013-14 COLLEGE CALENDAR Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T W Th F Sa November 11 Veteran’s Day (campus closed) November 13 Registration begins for 2014 Winter Intersession November 28 .

2014 January 6 January 15 January 20 February 14 February 16 February 17 New Year’s Holiday (campus closed) 2014 Winter Intersession begins Registration begins for 2014 Spring Semester Martin Luther King.15 June 13 June 13 2014 Spring Semester begins Cesar Chavez Day of Observance (campus closed) Registration begins for 2014 Summer Intersession Memorial Day (campus closed) Final Exams Commencement 2014 Spring Semester ends MARCH 2014 Su M 2 9 16 23 30 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 T W Th F Sa 2013-14 COLLEGE CALENDAR APRIL 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa MAY 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa JUNE 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T W Th F Sa 2013-14 Mt. Jr.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents 2013-14 College Calendar 2013-14 College Calendar Winter 2014 January 1. Day (campus closed) Lincoln’s Birthday (campus closed) 2014 Winter Intersession ends Washington’s Birthday (campus closed) JANUARY 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa FEBRUARY 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 T W Th F Sa Spring 2014 February 24 March 31 May 14 May 26 June 9 . San Antonio College Catalog vii .

Catalog Cover 2013-14 College Calendar JULY 2014 Su M Bookmarks Contents 1 2 6 7 8 9 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 27 28 29 30 T W Th 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 31 F Sa 2013-14 College Calendar Summer 2014 June 23 July 4 July 16 August 3 2014 Summer Intersession begins Independence Day (campus closed) Registration begins for 2014 Fall Semester 2014 Summer Intersession ends AUGUST 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa SEPTEMBER 2014 2013-14 COLLEGE CALENDAR Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T W Th F Sa OCTOBER 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa NOVEMBER 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T W Th F Sa DECEMBER 2014 Su M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 T W Th F Sa viii 2013-14 Mt. San Antonio College Catalog .

........................... 4580 *Learning Assistance Center....................... 4299 Campus Tours.................................. 4907................... 5284 Campus Security.....................................................................................D............................................................................ 6123 *Music....... 4293 CARE................ 4750 Real Estate................. 4560 Online Learning Support Center.............................................................................................................................................................. Water Technology & Welding....................... 4510 Center of Excellence.............................................................................. 4600 Bursar’s Office............................................................................................... 4139 Housing Information....................................................................................................................................................... 4850 *Health Center.................................................................................................................................................. 4299 *Paralegal................................................................................. 4526 *Athletics............................................................................................................ For direct access to the offices listed below..................................................................................................... 2050 Planetarium Tour...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5614 *English........ 5436 *Accounting & Management..................... 4470 *Biological Sciences................................... 4400 Help Desk (IT)........................................................................................... 4273 President & Board of Trustees........................................................................................................................................... 4265 Associated Students............................................................................... 4909........................................................................................... 4234 *Foreign Languages................................................................. 4148 *Electronics & Computer Technology.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4854 Tutorial Services...................................................................................................................................... 4155.......................................................................................................................... 4752 *Fire Technology........................................................ 4880 Student Center...................................................................................... 4612 *Business Division...................... 4570 Human Resources......................................................................................... San Antonio College Catalog ix ........................................................... 5659 Lost & Found (Student Life)................................................................ 4233 Parking Services Cashier.......................... 6332 *ESL & Intercultural Programs...................... 4794 Presentation Services...... 4797 Exercise Science/Wellness Center........................................................ 4415 Research & Institutional Effectiveness................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4960 *Physical Therapy Aide.. 4750 Technology Education Resource Center........... 4259 *Mathematics........... 4220 *Nursing Department.......................................... 5443 *American Language................................................... 4240 Performing Arts Center Box Office............................................................................... 4444 Photo I.................................................................................................................................................................... 4013 Bookstore (SacBookRac)................................................................................... 5658 *Earth Sciences & Astronomy................................................................ 4840 Speech/Sign Success Center..... 4450 *Fine Arts........................................................................... 4290 Distance Learning................................................................................................. 4274 *Business Administration................ 4411 Adult Basic Education Center.................................................................................................................................... 4260 *Library & Learning Resources Division.........................for all food service locations) .............................................................................................................. 4475 Bridge Program.................. 4215 *Geography & Political Science................................ 6605 Upward Bound...................................... 4638 *Aircraft Maintenance & Manufacturing Technology...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4328 *Arts Division............................................................................................................................... 5146 Fiscal Services.................................................................. 6297 Stadium Ticket Office................... 4413 Custodial Services........................... 4507 Grants Office.......... 4960 CalWORKs. 5959 *Humanities & Social Sciences Division................................................................................................ 5929 Academic Senate....... 4544 Registration........................................................................................................................................ 6313 *Architecture & Engineering Design....................................................................................................................................... 4555..................................................................................... 4533 *Child Development................................................................................................................................................................ 5309.................................................................. 4505 Study Abroad............ 5189 Payroll............................................................. 6428 Re-Entry Center.........................P........................... 4504 *Psychology & Education......................... 4567 *Histotechnology.................... 4850 Faculty Association......................................................................... 4762.................................................................... 4512 *Continuing Education Division......................................... 5508 SacBookRac.................... 4755 Campus Café (Sodexo ................................................................................................. Office............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4870 Wellness Center................... Athletics & Dance Division....................... 4365 Instruction Office......................................................... Academic Counselor for Student Athletes............... 4583................................................... 4591 Sodexo (Campus Cafe ........................ 4850 *Dance....................................... 5906 *History & Art History................................. 4770 *Alumni Association............................................................................. 4884 Honors Program............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4555 *Service Learning...................................................................................................................... 5634 Veterans’ Service Center... 4967 Financial Aid.................................... 5200 Aspire........................ dial (909) 274 + the 4-digit extension listed below....... Literature & Journalism.. x2050 Performing Arts Operations......................................................... 5008 Affirmative Action................................................................................. 4200 *Kinesiology................ (EOPS)......................................................................................................................... 4616 Computer Information Systems.................. 4415 *Aeronautics & Transportation..................................................... V..................................................................... 4425 *Noncredit Programs.... 4652 *Medical Services Department....................................................... 4736 Event Services........................................................................................................................................................................................ 4654 Purchasing...................................................................................................... 4902 Child Development Center................................................................................................................................................................................. 4190 Technical Services...............(909) 468-4050.................................................................... 4520 Warehouse......................................... 4475 Security (Campus)................ Dean.................... 4421 Planetarium Shows................................................................... 6106 *Chemistry.......................................... 4910 ACES Program...................... 4632... 6396 Assessment Center............................................................................................................ 4255 Professional & Organizational Development.............................................. 4525 Mail Services..................................................................................................................................... 4392 *Registered Veterinary Technology............................................................ 6909 Student Services.. 4245 *Radiologic Technology................ 4555 *Public Services.................................................................................................................................... 4920 *Communication...................... 4794 Writing Center.................................................................................................... 4978............................................ 5107.................................................. 4225 *Agricultural Sciences............................................................................................................................. 4750 Risk Management........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Engineering.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5369 *Psychiatric Technician..............................Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents College Directory COLLEGE DIRECTORY The main College telephone number is (909) 274-7500......................................................................................................................................................................... 4750 *Physics..................... 5418 Grounds Service Requests..................................................... 4597 *Theater......................... 4139 Contract Education.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4630 KSAK Studio............................................................................ 4220 *Consumer Science & Design Technologies...................................... 4665 Horticulture Unit.................................................................................................................................................................... 4750 *Mental Health Technology................... 4794 Fashion Merchandising & Design.............. 4378 Parking Office................................................................................................................................................................................ 4635 Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S).. 4357 High School Outreach.................................. 4293 CSEA 262........................................................................................................................................................... 4500 Career & Transfer Services................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4330 *Natural Sciences Division..................................................................................... 4109 *Respiratory Therapy....................................................... Computer Sciences....... 4850 Marketing & Public Affairs Office.................................................... 4803 Art Gallery............................................................... 6388 Transportation.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4943.......................... 4380................................... 4337 Transfer Center..................................................................................................................................................................... 4443 *Sociology & Philosophy......................................................................... 4250 Printing Services........................ 4210 *Counseling.................................................................................................... 5325 *Instructional programs and departments COLLEGE DIRECTORY 2013-14 Mt.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5666 Library........................................................................................................for all food service locations)........................................................... 4630 Auxiliary Services...................... 4799 *Technology & Health Division................................ 4540 *Air Conditioning....................................... 5392 Broadcast Services............................................................................ 4750 Public Safety............................... 4212 Maintenance & Operations........................................... 4531 Farm Tours.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4656 *Sign Language........... 4230 Admissions & Records............. 4300 Learning Lab.................... 4893 Hospitality Management Coordinator................................................................................................................. 4525 Student Services............................... 4225 Information Technology................................................................... 4625 Wildlife Sanctuary Tours.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4750 Mountaineer..................................................................................................................... 5284 Special Events... 4230........... 6321 *Teacher Prep Institute.............................. 4625 Extended Opportunity Programs & Serv........................................ 4293 Administrative Services............................................................................................................................................ 5959 Student Life & Student Clubs........................................................................................................................................................ 5623 Photographics...................... 4678 *Language Learning Center................................................................... 4500 Facilities Planning & Management...................................................................................................... 4581 Foundation Office.................................................................................... 4845 Advising................................................

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Covina. n POSITIVE SPIRIT sessions are six weeks long. and we foster equal participation throughout the campus community. Continuing Education. Pomona. Section 1 1 .000-acre La Puente Rancho. n COMMUNITY BUILDING MISSION. Diamond Bar. single-campus community college with a combined Credit. We address the needs of students and the community in our planning and actions. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE Mt. Not surprisingly. and responsibly in an atmosphere of trust. Valinda. the College has eight instructional divisions within which are 42 departments. and grasslands covered in the spring with wild mustard grass. ethically. Baldy) in the distance behind the campus. and take pride in our work. n promote continuing education and lifelong learning. SAC) is a public community college that offers a diversified educational program designed to prepare students for success in today’s diverse economic. n assist the student through guidance to know and develop his/her abilities in relation to his/her potential. We We work harmoniously. with departments within each division. and a cooperative spirit. Irwindale. and Community Service student enrollment of over 65. SAC has emerged as a leader in education not only in the San Gabriel Valley. Charter Oak. La Puente. and West Covina. n increase vocational competence resulting in usable and marketable occupational skills. 1945. caring. In 2012 Mt. SAC strives to be regarded as one of the premier community colleges We promote the continuing pursuit of high educational goals through in the nation. will earn this reputation by consistently exceeding the expectations of our Instruction at Mt. SAC opened in the fall of 1946 with 635 students occupying a few Spanish-tiled buildings and temporary Navy barracks clustered below the San Jose Hills. while summer and winter As a premier community college. fall and spring. Mission The mission of Mt. La Verne. the institution was later renamed Mt. we will provide access to quality. but in the state.000. SAC is organized under a divisional structure students. SAC proudly celebrated 66 years of educational excellence. Mt. San Antonio College after the most visible snow-capped mountain (popularly known as Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. is 16 weeks in length. technological. when voters of four local high school districts approved the formation of a community college district. We will be viewed as a leader in community college teachThe College offers courses of study through a semester system. n LIFELONG LEARNING Mt. SAC has mirrored that of the local area. The College will continue to offer access to quality programs and services as well as provide an environment for educational excellence throughout the 21st Century.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents The College MT. cacti. mode. The College now serves the communities of Baldwin Park. It is California’s largest. our staff. Each equal access to excellence in both teaching and support services. n DIVERSITY We respect and welcome all differences. Rowland Heights. the southern portion of Glendora. Hacienda Heights. The 421-acre campus was originally part of the 48. programs. not yet an incorporated city. and n provide community service and adult education. San Dimas. technical and cultural sectors. The objectives of the education program are to: n prepare students for transfer to baccalaureate-level colleges and universities. and services. VISION AND VALUES We work in responsible partnerships through open communication. San Antonio College is to support students in achieving n STUDENT FOCUS their educational goals in an environment of academic excellence. and our community. n provide a general education emphasizing basic skills and appreciation of our shared scientific. Mt. At present. Many courses are offered in an accelerated focusing on student success within a climate of integrity and respect. consisted of very little except dirt roads. the facility was converted into an Army hospital and later a Navy hospital. show compassion. City of Industry. Bassett. the growth of Mt. Walnut. professional. During World War II. historical and artistic heritage. San Antonio Community College District was created in December. semester. INTEGRITY We treat each other honestly. Walnut. ing. Vision n Core Values THE COLLEGE HISTORY The Mt. Initially known as Eastern Los Angeles County Community College.

. Dr. Research and Institutional Effectiveness... Continuing Education.... Bailey Smith Dean...................................... Instructional Services................... Humanities and Social Sciences Division............................................. SAC Foundation........ Patricia Montoya Director..................................................... Dr.............................................. Natural Sciences Division (Interim)........................................................................................... Donna Burns Director.................................................................................................... Dr............. Paulo Madrigal Director............................... Accounting Services... Custodial Services...................... Fiscal Services................................. Dr................. Carol Baker Manager............... Health Benefits....... Student Services..................................................................................................................................................................James Czaja Director................... Adrienne Price Director.............. Academic Technology and Infrastructure................................................................ Public Safety...................... 4225 Human Resources Vice President........... Dr................................ David K.......................................................... Dr.................... 4357 Vice President........................................... James Ocampo ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Human Resources................................................................... Dr................. Mark DiMaggio Assistant Director.... Irene Malmgren Dean..................... William Scroggins ADMINISTRATION Administrative Services Ext................................................................................. Karen Saldana Director................................................................. Chris Schroeder 2 2013-14 Mt...................... ESL and Intercultural Programs..................................................................................................................... Technology and Health Division................................................ Athletics and Dance Division . Honors............................................................................... Chen Director...... Dr................................ William Eastham Ext....... Vacant Director........ Adult Basic Education... Karina Maureira College President & CEO....... Dr....................................... Counseling ............................................................................................... Michael Gregoryk Associate Vice President................ Liza Becker Coordinator.................................................... Enrollment Management.................................................................................................................... Accounting........................................................................... Equal Employment Opportunity..... Sarah Daum Associate Dean....... Jeanne Marie Velickovic Director................................. Audrey Yamagata-Noji Dean.. Michael Montoya Manager. Bursar’s Office.. Upward Bound....................................... Writing Center.......................................................................................................................... Richard Lee Director.............................. Assessment and Matriculation ................................. Adult Basic Education.............................. Natural Sciences Division (Interim)............ Humanities and Social Sciences Division......................................................................................... Margaret Teske Director............................................... Hall Member.................................................................................... Arts Division................................. Tamika Addison Dean....................... Carolyn Keys Dean........... 4121/4215 President................................. Kinesiology....Catalog Cover The College Bookmarks Contents COLLEGE ORGANIZATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATION President’s Office Ext.................................................... Meghan M........................................ George Bradshaw Assistant Director.................. ESL Curriculum and Assessment...................... Purchasing.......... Terri Long Dean. Academic Technology and Infrastructure....... Bill Lambert Instruction Ext.......................................... Esq... Roger Sneed Assistant Director............................... Community and Career Education... Shanti Atashpoush Interim Manager............. Joseph Jennum Associate Dean...................... Public Affairs........................................................................................................................................... Technology and Health Division....................................................................... Grounds and Transportation..... Clarence Brown Director........ Tom Meikle Director................................... Enterprise Applications Systems.................................................................... Facilities Planning and Management........................................................... Bookstore and Operations................. Facilities ........................................................................................... Instruction............. Debbie Cavion Dean........................................................................................... Learning Assistance Center.................................................. Judy Chen Haggerty................................................................................................ Dr.................................. Jennifer Galbraith Director.............................................................. San Antonio College Catalog Vice President................................ Safety........................................ Dr....................... Technical Services........................................... Mt.... Human Resources................ Child Development Center.......................................................... Victor Belinski Director................... Dr............................ Juan Carlos Astorga Director................ Jill Dolan Executive Director................................................................................ Grants........................................................................................................... Joumana McGowan Associate Dean....... Shelly Zahrt-Egbert Director.............. Manuel Baca Vice President................................................................................. Business Division (Interim).................................................. Admissions and Records..................................... Payroll............................... 4230 THE COLLEGE Director......................................................................... Student Services .......... Gary Nellesen Assistant Director.......................... Fred Chyr Clerk..................... Fiscal Services... Athletics and Dance Division....... Rosa Royce Director.............................. Matthew Judd Associate Dean...................... Dr........................................................................................................................Carolyn Kuykendall Ext.......................................................... and Risk Management................................. Karelyn Hoover Dean................................................................................................................................ Facilities Planning and Management.................................................... Thomas Mauch Dean................................. Barbara McNeice-Stallard Director.......................................... Dr.......... Vacant Director.................................... Dale Vickers Assistant Director........................................................ Facilities Support Services. 4505 Student Services Chief Technology Officer....................................................................................................................................................................................... Dr.......... 4200 Vice President.......................................................................... James Jenkins Associate Dean..... Marketing & Communication .......... Data and Network Security... Omideh Sloan Director....... Business Division................................................... Member....................... David Charbonneau Dean...................... Kinesiology... Becky Mitchell Project Manager............ Library and Learning Resources Division............................................ Jemma Blake-Judd Dean...... Lorraine Jones Information and Educational Technology Ext.......... Robert Hughes Director........ Administrative Services................................................................ Madelyn Arballo Assistant Director.................................. Sid Young Manager................................................................................................................................. Public Safety........... Ken McAlpin Director................................................................................................................................. Sheree Culross Manager........ Suzanne Luetjen Manager................... Bill Asher Manager......... Rosanne Bader Student Trustee...... Susan Long Dean........................

... The division sponsors interdisciplinary and national award-winning programs and publishes the student newspaper. and fee-based offerings serving noncredit students and community members...... coaches and spectators. Grace Hanson Manager.... Athletic Programs and Athletic Special Events demonstrate this commitment................. and Business Office Communications) Business Administration (Paralegal Studies. through journalism courses..... advising.. Dean The Arts Division is composed of four educational departments: Fine Arts. and Web Development) Child Development Consumer Science and Design Technologies (Family & Consumer Sciences.. Interior Design... 4220 THE COLLEGE INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS Arts Division Ext.. Associate Dean (Interim) The Business Division’s educational programs and services are designed to respond to the changing trends................ The renowned Dance Program at Mt..... The division sponsors several student drama and music productions in the Performing Arts Center each year and has performing groups that have established top national and international competition rankings............. Associate Dean The Humanities and Social Sciences Division is composed of nine departments: American Language.... Career and Transfer Services....... The Mountaineer...... Section 1 3 ..... SAC student-athletes excel on the field and in the classroom....... Dean Jennifer Galbraith. Heidi Lockhart Director. courses...... The division also provides workplace training on a contract basis throughout the district.... Chau Dao Interim Director..... 4570 Dr..... Associate Dean /Associate Athletics Director Mt. Adults with Disabilities.... and national economy while ensuring a high quality education............ SAC’s five renowned annual athletic special events—the Mt...... Athletics and Dance Division has been a leader among community colleges for over 60 years. Dean The Continuing Education Division provides a range of programs... 5200 Donna Burns.... Sociology and Philosophy.......... Sign Language..... needs....... Ext... and Theater... Literature and Journalism....... Communication. Commercial and Entertainment Arts. Mt..... Psychology and Education. Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S). Dr. Dean Dr............. Mt........ athletics and dance is exhibited by our dedication to the health and well being of our students and community.....000 participants............ and Nutrition & Food) Joe Jennum........ Mt.. Music........... 4630 Dr..... The championship winning athletic program offers 20 team sports and is an integral part of the College’s overall educational offerings..................... Our commitment to kinesiology.. Fire and Law Testing (PAT)/Conditioning Program. state... two Associate i n Arts degrees... CIS Management. Noncredit programs include Adult Basic Education.... SAC Relays.... Geography and Political Science....Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents The College ADMINISTRATION (continued) Director...... Business Management. and Radio and Television programs....... Marguerite Whitford Director. orientation... and Photography. enrollment..... The division sponsors numerous award-winning performance groups....... LA84 Foundation Youth Days Program and the International Pole Vault Camp—reach over 100...... Database Management.. Kinesiology.. houses an art gallery and includes Studio Arts..... and Citizenship..... The division also supports a nationally ranked forensics program and the Teacher Preparation Institute... The Business Division’s educational departments and their program areas are: n n n n n Accounting and Management (Accounting.. Short-Term Vocational... History and Art History............... and counseling services are provided... Financial Aid.... Fashion Merchandising & Design........ Television. The Business Division also includes the services of the Child Development Center.. Ext...... Joumana McGowan. English as a Second Language..... Maryann Tolano-Leveque INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS Continuing Education Division Ext......... Irene Herrera Director. Older Adults.... The Arts Division also oversees vocational degrees and certificates in Animation...... the Health Careers Resource Center... Don Potter Director.... Real Estate..... and job requirements of the community.. Programming. SAC Cross Country Invitational. Athletics and Dance Division Ext.. Economics.. Fee-based programs include offerings for career training. Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS).. and the WIN program for student athletes... and Business Law) Computer Information Systems (Computer Basics.......... vehicle safety. Dean/Athletics Director Debbie Cavion. Footlocker Western Regional Cross Country Championship......... and youth..... Student assessment. Foreign Languages....... Digital Arts... SAC is home to one of the nation’s largest and most successful community college athletic programs for men and women... Marketing & Sales.......... Radio..... personal enrichment.. Susan Long......... Jeanne Marie Velickovic......... Health Services.. The division offers 20 Associate in Science degrees........... generating millions of dollars into the local economy... SAC is enhanced by award-winning faculty and studios/performance venues in the College’s Performing Arts Center... Graphic Design. Hospitality and Restaurant Management................................. The division also offers a variety of learning support labs such as the Language Learning Center. and 69 certificates...... Student Life.... Mt............. Our comprehensive class offerings............ Networking......... Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services.... Computer & Network Security.... certificate programs....... English. Our WIN academic support program provides tutoring and counseling services for our student-athletes and serves as the “model” academic support program for all community colleges....... Dance Productions.... 4600 Humanities and Social Sciences Division Business Division James Jenkins..... SAC’s Kinesiology....

and updating of skills. and study techniques (note-taking. drop-in workshops. Earth Sciences and Astronomy provide course work in geology. visit http://library. and test-taking). algebra review. and Distance Learning/Online Learning Support Center. The Engineering program provides a solid foundation of lower-division courses for those students preparing to transfer to a baccalaureate-level institution. general. Biological Sciences. The programs offer a variety of Associate in Science degrees and certificates leading to job placement. Histotechnology. academic rigor. oceanography. Associate Dean The Technology and Health Division provides 31 certificates and 31 degrees in occupational and vocational programs in the areas of technology. Radiologic Technology. and career guides. videos. the various departments offer courses and provide academic support for all students at the College. from pre-algebra to calculus and differential equations. Director. including introductory. Botany. as well as both collegiate and degree-appropriate courses in reading and study techniques.Catalog Cover The College INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISIONS Bookmarks Contents Library and Learning Resources Division THE COLLEGE Ext. and organic chemistry. Programs are driven by industry needs and many are governed by state and national accreditation agencies.edu Distance Learning Program Distance Learning (DL) courses (online and hybrid) are offered each term in various departments. Associate Dean (Interim) The Natural Sciences Division provides a wide variety of diverse educational opportunities and programs within its six departments: Agricultural Sciences. Manufacturing Technology. Architecture and Industrial Design Engineering. Dean Bailey Smith. journals.mtsac. the LAC provides academic s upport through tutoring. and health care. Learning Assistance Center The Library and Learning Resources Division includes Learning Assistance. Health Care Programs include Medical Services (EMT and Paramedic). writing. Anthropology. and staff a wide variety of information resources for their research needs. 4425 Matthew Judd. Electronics Technology. elementary math. Mental Health. faculty. Equipment Technology. Aircraft Maintenance.mtsac. newspapers. including specific programs in Anatomy and Physiology. 4750 Technology and Health Division Dr. Correctional Sciences. Learning Assistance Center (LAC) The LAC offers courses in pre-collegiate writing and mathematics. Respiratory Therapy. and testing services. Chemistry offers a full range of lower-division courses. The Public Services programs include Fire Technology. and Ornamental Horticulture. San Antonio College Catalog . and registration process as regular courses. 4 2013-14 Mt. For more information. Biological Sciences offers a variety of courses for both majors and non-majors. 5659 Meghan M. customized classes. and Alcohol and Drug Counseling. Students are encouraged to check the schedule of classes each term for offerings and to visit http://www. Some faculty may require on-campus meetings. Noncredit students can get individualized materials and instruction in reading comprehension and vocabulary. meteorology and astronomy. Sarah Daum. Chen. test preparation. Mathematics and Computer Science. Beyond traditional resources such as books. Dean (Interim) Karelyn Hoover. and Welding. Earth Sciences and Astronomy. and Registered Nursing. Library. The l ibrary faculty teach information competency through courses. Chemistry. Agricultural Sciences provides numerous vocational programs leading to an associate degree or certificate including programs in Animal Science. Ext. as well as courses in Physical Science. The College Library The Library offers students. an instructional computer lab. transfer. and Physics and Engineering.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ Natural Sciences Division Ext. Mathematics and Computer Sciences provide courses for students at all levels of computational ability. Additionally. For more information. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration. and individualized instruction at the reference desk. public services. Housed in the Learning Technology C enter. Tutorial Services. Dean Jemma Blake-Judd. Administration of Justice. Microbiology. Programs offered in technology include Aeronautics. researchers may also search numerous full-text databases and pre-evaluated web sites. Tutor training courses are offered for prospective tutors.edu. Registered Veterinary Technology.mtsac. Physics and Engineering offers several course sequences in classical physics. visit http://lac. The DL courses have the same course content. and Zoology.

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mtsac. Sophomores and juniors will only be allowed to enroll in a single course. San Antonio College and those grades will become part of the student’s permanent college record. 2. Information is also available in alternative husband may have a residence separate from his. San Antonio College Catalog Special Admit application packets may be obtained in the Counseling Center or online at http://www. visit the Mt. High school credit may be possible at the discretion of the receiving high school. residence shall not be derivative from that of her husband. Be recommended by their high school principal or counselor. Vietnamese. 1. their exceptions and should not be construed as the actual expression of the his or her residence is that of the parent with whom he/she laws used by the Mt.mtsac.0 or better GPA for a vocational course. students must meet all of the same criteria required for 10th. and application for admission using one of the following methods: to which that person returns in seasons of repose. Be approved to participate by their parents/guardian. 1. SAC. Chinese possible that a woman who is married to. etc. a residence. or by relinquishment of a parent’s right of control. 3. Criteria for Determination of Legal Residence To determine a person’s place of residence. 6. A residence cannot be lost until another is gained. Admission is granted only by filing an elsewhere for labor or other special or temporary purposes.” the Admissions and Records Office. be classified as a Any student. for purposes of admission and/or tuition. 5. San Antonio College. A woman’s formats (Braille. Resident: A “resident” is a person who is eligible to establish California residency for tuition purposes or who has resided within California for at least one year and who has established a legal residence in California prior to the residency determination date. 11th and 12th grade Special Admit students. 2013-14 Mt. Parents must acknowledge that their student will be instructed in an adult environment and that the student will be expected to conform to all college policies. online. The burden of proof is on the student to clearly demonstrate both physical presence in California and intent to establish California residence. To access the online application. For information regarding military credit. Evaluation of Other College Coursework Mt. by law. Students wishing to change their the student qualifies for the self-supporting exception. Transcripts will be reviewed to determine eligibility for courses at Mt. The application for admission of credit classes can be submitted c. Every person has. e-text. or a 2. Thus. Nonresident: A “nonresident” student is one who has not resided in the State for more than one year prior to the residency determination date and who has not established legal residence or who is not eligible to establish California residency for tuition purposes. Residence Classification Each person enrolled in or applying for admission to Mt. For more information. When the minor lives with neither parent.edu/students/admissions and click union of act and intent. San Antonio College includes the filing of an application for admission by the student and the filing of transcripts from high school or college(s). San Antonio College reserves the right to evaluate work completed at other regionally accredited colleges and universities.Catalog Cover Matriculation Bookmarks Contents ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION Admissions Admission to Mt. All high school students will be required to attend a Special Admit orientation prior to being accepted for admission. and the regulations and guidelines available guardian. Students 6 . Meet all course prerequisites and/or co-requisites. SAC Admissions d. Spanish. Students needing to make up a high school deficiency can apply to participate in the High School Referral Program. residency must submit a Residency Reclassification form to the Admissions Burden of Proof & Records Office prior to the deadline listed in the Schedule of Classes. San Antonio College Admissions Officer for residency maintained his or her last place of abode. however. e. unless in the Admissions and Records Office. Have a 3. MATRICULATION Appeals Committee of Mt. the minor determination. 2. It is the student’s responsibility to request official transcripts from the last high school attended and any college(s) attended. may establish residence. San Antonio College within 30 calendar days of notification of final decision regarding classification.0 cumulative high school grade point average or better to enroll in degree appropriate courses. and under no legal disability to do so. To participate. The residence of the parent with whom an unmarried minor child Residency Guidelines maintains his/her place of abode is the residence of the This statement is a general summary of the principal rules of residency and unmarried minor child. contact the Continuing Education Center at (909) 274-4937. reference is made to the following: must meet the following criteria to participate in the Special Admit program: 1. her and Sign Language. A man or a woman may establish his or her residence. Assistance is available in English. may make a written appeal to the 1. 2. Each applicant should file with Admissions and Records an official transcript of their records from all colleges and universities previously attended. are deceased and a legal guardian has not been appointed. The residence can be established and/or changed only by the Website at http://www. following a final decision on residency classification by “resident. A residence is the place where one remains when not called Admissions and Records Office. College credit will be earned as a result of taking courses at Mt. and living with. 3. the following rules are to be observed: Application to the College All inquiries regarding admission to the college should be directed to the a. Every person who is married or 18 years of age or older. Reference should be made to Chapter 1 (commencing with may establish his or her own residence provided both parents Section 68000) of Part 41 of Division 5 of the California Education Code. Highly-gifted students enrolled in grades 9 and earlier may be considered for limited enrollment.edu/students/counseling/ special_admit.html Only college level courses may be taken as part of the Special Admit program. 11th and 12th grades) who would benefit from taking advanced scholastic or vocational work at Mt. on the online application link at the top of the web page. The residence of an unmarried minor who has a living parent cannot in Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 54000) of Division 6 of Title 5 of the be changed by his or her own act. In determining the place of residence. 4. Students are advised to contact their high school counselor.). by the appointment of a legal California Code of Regulations. regulations of the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges g. Concurrent Enrollment for K-12 Students (Special Admits) The Special Admit program is designed for high school sophomores. San Antonio Residence Classification Appeal College will.” or a “nonresident. There can be only one residence. b. Students who have previously enrolled and who have dropped their courses and/or have not made satisfactory progress will not be allowed to continue their participation in the Special Admit program. Seniors may enroll in two courses. see Section 3 in this Catalog. Transfers with acceptable grades will be granted advanced standing insofar as the work corresponds with the curriculum of this institution or the lower-division work offered in accredited colleges or universities. juniors and seniors (10th. A parent/guardian approval form allowing the student to participate must be submitted as part of the application process. Residency Requirements (for fee purposes) f. it is 2. enlarged text.

Bldg. Acceptance of Domestic Coursework from Accredited Colleges and Universities in the United States The College will accept “degree appropriate” or “baccalaureate” level courses from accredited colleges and universities in the United States. be granted “elective credit” status. SAC’s AWE (Assessment of Written English) . Information regarding the AWE may be obtained at www. Course Equivalency recognizes the information gained from the secondary experience and allows students to use that experience to continue their career education by taking an advanced college level course. n Confidential Financial support documents n Qualifying score from one of the following College approved tests: 1) TOEFL (minimum score of 133 on the computer-based test. Associate Degree graduation requirements. Articulation is a faculty driven process with three possible methods of rewarding student achievement in the Career Technical Education courses taken at the secondary level. currency (check or money order) made payable to Mt. If denied. the student must request the units at the completion of the course sequence. San Antonio College. Students participating in these agreements must meet an exam requirement as stated in California Code of Regulations. Students that successfully meet the exam requirement and supply the correct paperwork will be awarded a grade and units of credit. n Transcripts from high school and/or college attended n TB (tuberculosis) test n Proof of health insurance (prior to registration) The following items are required for current F-1 Visa students transferring into Mt. The credits will appear with a notation of “by exam” on a Mt. Personal checks must have the accountholder’s name and address preprinted on them. ROPs. that have been successfully completed at institutions of higher education outside the United States from international college and universities where the primary language of instruction is other than English. our institution code is “4494”.mtsac. Project Credit is the minimum level of articulation and results in a certificate to be submitted in a specified college course in lieu of a specific required project or projects. The three types of articulation include Project Credit. The following items are required from international applicants: n Mt. and description. This may be accomplished by submitting a completed “Evaluation Request” form at Admissions and Records. or 450 on the paper-based test. Transcripts submitted for admission become the property of Mt. and Adult Schools Articulation Agreements with secondary schools (high schools.org. at (909) 274-5252. 2) IELTS (overall band score of 4. sufficient information. ROPs and adult schools. Acceptance of International Coursework from Accredited Colleges and Universities outside the United States Mt. If a course sequence is required at the secondary level. Articulation forms will be accepted from authorized secondary instructors only. Regional Occupational Programs and Adult Education) are established annually during the fall and are valid for the current school year. SAC transcript in the semester closest to the completion of their secondary course. general education and courses that meet other local graduation requirements.Placement in AMLA 41W or higher. Students will need to request an evaluation upon submission of their graduation petition. 3) Mt. Project Credit and Course Equivalency articulation will not result in units of credit at the college. To determine “subject” requirements for an established vocational program.edu/students/assessment.S. For more information on articulations with high schools. the course must be easily identifiable as the same course taught at Mt. The exceptions to this are courses to meet Area A: Communications in the English language and the Reading Competency requirement. Secondary instructors submit all required paperwork to the Tech Prep office at Mt. These course units will. at a minimum. San Antonio College may accept for equivalence. the student may petition for an in-depth evaluation but will be required to provide official course information from the institution of record or from the college/university catalog. San Antonio College and cannot be returned to the applicant or forwarded to other institutions. or a score of 45 on the Internet-based test). Secondary students must complete the required paperwork and pass required exams at the completion of their secondary course. Students may not seek college units retroactively. San Antonio College by a commonly used course prefix. please contact the CTE Transitions Office. under the auspices of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). 21D.00 (Must be paid in U. If the course is determined acceptable as a substitution for a required course in the program. Articulation with High Schools. San Antonio College courses who did not have transcripts sent to Admissions and Records must bring official copies of their transcripts prior to their registration appointment. The College reserves the right to deny acceptance of any course for the purpose of General Education. If you are mailing your score directly.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Matriculation It is the student’s responsibility to request the evaluation of official transcripts from other colleges. San Antonio College. Title 5. To be verified. Students planning to use courses taken at other colleges for placement in Mt. SAC: n Copy of I-20 n Copy of I-94 n Transfer form Section 2 7 MATRICULATION . San Antonio College encourages applications from students holding or attempting to obtain the F-1 Visa.ielts. the course must be evaluated by a representative from the respective academic department in which the major resides. Information regarding IELTS may be obtained at www. The required paperwork must be submitted by the instructor of record on the Articulation Agreement within two months of course or sequence completion. Students completing coursework at international higher education institutions in which English was the language of instruction may submit a petition for special review to the Admission and Records office to determine the equivalence of coursework in Area A and the Reading Competency.5 or higher).org. including prerequisite information. the department representative will complete a “variance” form verifying this acceptance and complete the paperwork at Admissions and Records. College Units of Credit is the most common form of articulation between the college and secondary schools. These requirements must be fulfilled at a regionally accredited institution of higher education within the United States. Required paperwork includes: n 2+2 Articulation Equivalency Form High School Transcript ROP/Adult Education Certificate of Completion Forms are available from participating high school instructors. Information regarding TOEFL may be obtained at www. title. Articulation with secondary programs is a time sensitive process.toefl. must be available from the accredited college/ university to substantiate granting course equivalency and course credit. To determine General Education and/or Associate Degree equivalency and for granting of unit credit. or subject requirements. College credit issued by ROP and/or Adult Education centers will be accepted if the issuing program is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) or the Senior College Commission. Course Equivalency and College Units of Credit. n n Admission of International Students Mt. provided substantial documentation exists for the equivalences to be determined. Official Transcripts must be accompanied by evaluation documents provided by an approved credential evaluation agency. Mathematics course credit will only be granted for coursework completed at the level of Intermediate Algebra or higher. SAC Application for Admission n International (F-1 Visa) Student Application n Application processing fee of $50.

Students (www. The deadline can be found on their Student Schedule/Receipt. Applications received after the deadline will be considered for the follow. right to cancel. registration privileges. If the student’s class has been officially dropped. SAC website Classes may be cancelled at the discretion of the College. Students must purchase their own student satisfactorily meets the financial obligation. Intermediate Algebra or Pre-Calculus. Expenses for books and supplies for full-time ing financial obligation owed to the College is sent to our collection agenstudents may average $300 to $600 per semester depending upon the cies. the collection cost incurred program of study selected. B. English.).mtsac.mtsac. Algebra. Eligible for ESL (English as Second Language) classes. Based on the faculty evaluation of the student’s writing skills. the student will be placed in an appropriate reading course. time of registration online or at the Bursar’s Office. then enroll in AMLA courses each semester until they are eligible for ENGL 67 or English 68.. before the term deadlines listed above. unpaid library fine. or any combination thereof. or cancelled Registration by the College. MATRICULATION Students in any of the categories listed above may enroll in other courses for which they are eligible. SAC Schedule of Classes. 67.html reasons. Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset Program. The assessment and placement process has been established to enable all students an opportunity to achieve probable success in their course work.g. is available on campus. Eligible for English classes. The permit may be purchased at the of checks. San Antonio Col. affected student. deadline for that class. 68. SAC students the means to state their positions and viewpoints before city. San Antonio College Catalog . 8 2013-14 Mt. which indicates intended course fee unless academic credit is awarded. The College reserves the enrolled in such a class will be permitted to enroll in other open classes. from any student or non-resident students also pay tuition.edu/international/index. diplomas. In addition. the College shall. Students with limited English skills are not prohibited from enrolling in vocational courses. and state government agencies. A student may choose not to pay the Student Representation Fee for political. Classes Begin Late August Late June Late February ASSESSMENT AND PLACEMENT Most students attending Mt. Based on the results of the reading test.edu to get the opt-out form. students will be eligible for either ENGL 1A. For more information. Students take placement exams for Math. or LERN 81. the student will receive a refund. or moral F-1 Visa students can obtain all application materials from our College reasons. Chemistry and Reading courses. enrollment and have paid their fees for those classes will receive a refund. San Antonio College will withhold grades. admission applications (both college and International Student Application).mtsac. entire enrollment fee and non-resident tuition The Mt. These fees are subject to change. district.mtsac. at http://my. health fee. English Placement The College utilizes the Assessment of Written English (AWE) to evaluate students’ writing skills.Refund of Fees lege. and all supporting materials must be received on or 9C or http://as. students must drop their classes by the refund ing semester.To be eligible for a refund. Any student having a disciplinary hold with the Student Life Office will not be allowed to transact College business until the hold is satisfied. Please consult the latest Schedule of Classes for current breakage. In addition to these fees. equipment Spring semesters. Most students are required to have their English competency assessed prior to registration. 2) complete the form and. materials fee. refund the parking fee. Students wishing to park in the regular student parking lots are required There is a processing fee of $25 for returned checks or stop payment to have a valid Student Parking Permit. Please see the current Registration for classes is conducted online via the web Schedule of Classes for refund information. returned check.edu) and at community libraries. Advanced level math placement exams should be taken when applicable to the student’s academic background and intended program of study. they are placed in one of the following categories: A. If a student chooses to opt-out of paying the fee for the stated Website at http://www. San Antonio College are required to participate in assessment. Students may check their date and time to register withdrawal from courses. county. noncredit and continuing Cancelled Classes education courses. will be added to the original amount owed. etc. and for each term at Mt. Students take one of the math placement exams commensurate with their most recent. Students will be given a writing prompt and the writing sample will be evaluated by at least two faculty members.mtsac. the process allows the faculty to instruct their courses at an appropriate level with the knowledge that students will be reasonably prepared. IELTS scores. The application fee must accompany the admission application. 3) return it to the Bursar’s Office prior to paying the college fees. upon petition by the at http://my. When an outstandtextbooks and supplies. financial. unpaid enrollment fees. on the Mt. Students may enroll in AMLA writing courses and continue enrolling in AMLA writing courses until they are eligible for ENGL 67 or ENGL 68. Reading Placement The College utilizes the Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) and COMPASS/ESL reading tests to assess student reading skills. Students who enrolled in the previous semester or session preceding the enrollment term are eligible to register n Military Refund: In the case of students who are members of an active or reserve military unit and who receive orders compelling a for classes.mtsac.edu. Eligible for AMLA writing courses (designed for students who are not fluent in the English language). visit http://www.edu/students/assessment Placement Tests Placement tests are required for appropriate course placement. successful completion of Pre-Algebra.Catalog Cover Matriculation Bookmarks Contents The deadlines to apply for the school year are as follows: Application Deadline Fall Semester First Monday of June Summer Intersession First Monday of April Spring Semester First Monday of November Student Representation Fee The Student Representation Fee is a mandatory fee that is collected during fall and spring registration for the purpose of providing Mt. San Antonio College. Based on assessment results. Schedule of Classes student activities fee. C. offerings and teaching assignments for credit. reschedule or combine classes and to change professors Students who have a class or classes cancelled by the College because of low where such action is deemed necessary. Students may enroll in ESL adult education courses each semester until eligible for AMLA courses. Enrollment Fees and Expenses Student Obligations Students are charged an enrollment fee and a Health Services Fee Mt. religious. former student who fails to pay a valid financial obligation to the College An optional Student Activities Fee is available for purchase for the Fall and (e. The hold shall be released when the fees and other related information. then the student must: 1) visit the Student Life Office in Building TOEFL scores. Students will be required to take the Assessment of Written English (AWE) when they arrive at Mt.edu. unpaid loan. Math Placement The College utilizes a selection of assessment instruments to place students into math courses. transcripts.

procedures. n The prerequisite or corequisite is either unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory manner. a test may be repeated prior to the three-month limit.educational goals.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Matriculation Chemistry Placement The College utilizes the California Chemistry Diagnostic Test to determine student readiness for Chemistry 50. SAC. Students are encourMath and reading test scores will be accepted from other colleges if that colaged to meet with a counselor during their first semester of enrollment lege uses the same test as Mt. possess an Associate or higher degree from an accredited institution. as well as identifying graduation Appeals Process and/or transfer requirements in general education. Ability To Benefit test to students. should make an appointment with a counselor. work experience. or an on-campus writing sample. the student may obtain a Petition to Challenge form from the Assessment Center in the Student Services Center. Placement Test and Eligibility Time Limits Placement test scores are valid for two years from the date the test was taken. The College has determined the importance of an orientation to college as a factor in success. SAC. enroll in non-credit or community services classes only. or n Such other grounds for challenge as may be established by the district governing board. additional test results. n The prerequisite or corequisite has not been established in accordance with the College’s process for establishing prerequisites and corequisites. be prepared to present documentation such as high school or college EXEMPTION FROM ORIENTATION transcripts. AND COUNSELING/ADVISEMENT ABILITY TO BENEFIT Students are exempt from Orientation and Counseling/Advisement if Beginning on July 1. The Mt. MATRICULATION COUNSELING/ADVISEMENT Counseling Center services are provided to matriculated students who are in need of additional assistance regarding course selection. the corequisite course must be taken concurrently. evaluated prior to registration. To enroll in a class that has a prerequisite. 4. In some instances. and transfer information and planning. 4. contact the Financial Aid Office. SAC faculty have established prerequisites. enroll in non-credit or community services classes only. or work experience. Test scores from other college English tests to develop an Educational Plan. Mt. diploma. to assist students may seek consultation in the appropriate division office. Prior enrollment in the course does not exempt a student from the current prerequisite of that course. English and Math prerequisites may be met by attaining eligibility through assessment. n The student will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of his or her educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course has not been made reasonably available. but is not limited to. major Test Scores and Placement from Other Colleges selection. If ex. SAC Assessment Center will no longer be offering the 2. 2012. federal regulations will require all students applying they: for financial aid to have a high school diploma. Students who pass the chemistry placement test will not be required to take chemistry prior to enrolling in Chemistry 50. Students should in making the most appropriate choices about their future. Exemption forms for students are available in the Counseling Center. In some instances. Advisory An advisory to a course is preparation which is highly recommended by faculty teaching the course. Although students may enroll in a course if they do not possess the advisory skills. For further information regarding the federal 3. Documentation may include. and other related information. student responsibilities. high school or college transcripts. verify English or Math eligibility based on course work at used to determine whether pre or corequisites have been met must be Mt. Career tenuating circumstances exist that may affect course placement. they are encouraged to abide by an advisory whenever possible. SAC does not accept placement granted at other colleges. GED or a certificate of high 1. The student must provide appropriate documentation when filing a challenge with the Director of Assessment and Matriculation. attain 60 units or more from an accredited institution. The Educational Plan lists the courses are not accepted. If a student does not meet the prerequisite or coreq2. corequisites and advisories 1. Prospective students are urged to make an appointment for orientation immediately after filing an application and taking the necessary placement tests. Students may appeal their English and/or Math placement if they can Students who are undecided about their major and/or career and demonstrate alternate proof of course equivalency or competency. a corequisite may have been taken previously. the student will be blocked from enrolling prerequisites. San Antonio College or other regionally accredited institutions. services. select and enroll in a general interest class only. additional test results. in those courses. Section 2 9 . Visit http://mtsac. n The student has the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course or program despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite. Transcripts and grade report cards from other colleges 3.html Prerequisite Prerequisites to a course are those courses which must have been taken previously as preparation for the course. ORIENTATION – CREDIT STUDENTS Orientation is required for all new students who are enrolling in Mt. 5. needed to complete a specific major. select and enroll in a general interest class which does not have uisite requirements. All students must Note: This rule change does not prevent students without a high school meet course prerequisites. Eligibility based on previous coursework does not expire.edu/counseling/orientation. This only affects students eligibility to receive financial aid. GED or certificate of high school proficiency to attend classes at Mt. for courses. COREQUISITES. possess an Associate or higher degree from an accredited institution. All course prerequisites listed must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. unless otherwise stated. Eligibility based on test placement is not valid after the two-year period. Corequisite To enroll in a course that has a corequisite. n The prerequisite or corequisite is in violation of State Title 5 regulations. San Antonio College. PREREQUISITES. Retest Policy Students may repeat a test once every three months. Under certain extenuating circumstances and with approval of the Director of Assessment and Matriculation. students counseling services are available to students at no cost. San Antonio College. school proficiency. EXEMPTION FROM ASSESSMENT AND ADVISORIES Students are exempt from Assessment if they: Mt. the required preparation must have been completed prior to enrolling in the course. Orientation includes information regarding college programs. government’s Ability To Benefit regulations. verify other test scores accepted by Mt. CHALLENGING PREREQUISITES AND COREQUISITES If a student believes that any of the following conditions exist with regard to an existing course prerequisite or corequisite.

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The professor shall use no material in any teaching assignment nor A “W” Withdrawal mark shall not be assigned to any student enrolled make any speech in order to incite students or others to unlawful acts or after the last day to drop a class except in the case of an approved petition to create a clear and present danger to the students and/or the College due to extenuating circumstances. In some cases. Students enrolled in the American Language program and students with learning disabilities are exempted from this policy. including controversial materials. San Antonio College Board of Trustees Policies (BP) and Administrative Procedures (AP). “F. a group of courses may carry a collective limitation on the number of allowed repetitions for that entire group/cluster of courses (for example. All students up to seven units each summer and winter session. go to http://www. (BP 4220. students may enroll in up to 18 units each semester and record will be annotated such that all course work that has been taken Students may not audit courses at Mt.F. Courses in this category include pre-collegiate basic skills courses in Math. Dropping Courses and Withdrawing from the College average of at least 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Academic Policies and Requirements Full 16-week courses For 16 week courses.B. San Antonio College. A “W” Withdrawal remains a permaand/or the community. located on the the “My Mt SAC” portal for information regarding key dates. pleted a minimum of 15 college units in a given semester with a grade point academic history. permanent record. It is the student’s responsibility to officially drop a class Professors may not drop students from a class and students may whenever he or she determines that he or she can no longer not drop themselves from any class or withdraw from the college after attend the class.) To determine whether a course is repeatable. “W” (Withdrawal) on their permanent record. Dates vary grade or a withdrawal.the first 20% of the class will not receive any mark or notation on their sibility to know the attendance and absence policies of their professors.P.P. AP 4030) Intersessions and other short term classes ATTENDANCE AND ENROLLMENT For short term classes. or are dropped It is the policy of Mt. the professor may discuss his/ Professors may not drop students from a class and students may her subject or area of competence in the classroom. or are dropped from a class by the professor by the Sunday at the end of the second week of classes will not receive any mark or notation on their permanent academic record.html Basic Skills Limitations Students are limited to completing no more than 30 units of courses identified as “Pre-collegiate Basic Skills” while enrolled at Mt. Students who repeat courses based on this provision will not earn additional units or grade points toward improving or changing the previous grade earned in the class or toward changing the overall grade point average.mtsac. If the course is designated as repeatable. In the exercise of this right. It is the respon. and are often course specific. Reading. Failure to officially drop a class may result in a 60% of the class has elapsed. refer to Section 10. students may file a petition to repeat a class longer attend. Students requesting this waiver must submit a Petition for Exceptional Action to the Board of Appeals. due to extenuating circumstances. “D”. class after 60% of the class has elapsed shall receive an academic grade Professors may drop students from their class rolls through the last (A. It is the students’ respon. students who drop a class. suit of knowledge. (BP 4030. AP 4222) Repeatable Courses Certain courses may be taken more than once for credit. as well as other relevant not drop themselves from any class or withdraw from the college after matters. withdraw from the college. students who drop a class.” or “Pass” are received may not be repeated. Waivers to exceed the 30 unit limit are available to students who show significant progress and will be limited to a specified period of time and/or number of units.”“No Credit” or “No Pass” will only be allowed to repeat the same course two times. according to current State regulations.F.0 and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of In cases in which the student’s grade and/or withdrawal was the result It is the students’ responsibility to drop or withdraw from courses they no at least 3. absences incurred in other classes during the field trips (AP 4300). Students with extenuating circumstances may file a Petition for Exceptional Action form in the Admissions and Records Office.C. in this Catalog. Only upon extenuating circumstances will repetition in courses for which the student has satisfactorily passed be allowed. San Antonio College to maintain and encourage freedom by the professor beginning Monday of the third week of a 16 week class for its faculty. within the law. the course may be repeated for the number of times allowable. Student Unit Limits ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS For detailed information regarding Mt.D. Section 3 11 ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS . so long as he/she distinguishes 60% of the class has elapsed. when a similar educational activity is offered in beginning and advanced course levels. Petitions are available in the Counseling Center and in Admissions & Records. English.NP) or an Incomplete mark for the class. The student’s permanent academic Auditing Courses Without petitioning. Limitations on Repeating Courses Students who have recorded a mark of “W”. withdraw from the college.C. Repeating Courses Previously Passed Courses for which satisfactory grades of “A. withdraw from college Attendance or are dropped from a class by the professor prior to the conclusion of Students are expected to attend all class meetings.”“B. illnesses or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. insuring a true and complete must be officially enrolled in a course in order to attend that course. (A. of inquiry. Petitions are available in the Counseling Office. for a total maximum enrollment of three times. day of the tenth week of instruction of a regular semester for excessive A “W” Withdrawal mark shall not be assigned to any student enrolled absence as defined by the professor or at an earlier date for intersession after the last day to drop a class except in the case of an approved petition or short-term classes. Students who drop a class. Students who have comand forgiven or repeated will remain legible.) Extenuating circumstances are verified accidents.edu/governance/trustees/policies. and Learning Skills.NP) or an Incomplete mark for the class. available on Students may be required to see a counselor as part of the petition an additional time (whether the prior enrollment was due to a substandard process. withdraw from the college. a particular religious belief. Course Descriptions. Students who reach 30 units of pre-collegiate basic skills courses and who are not ready to pursue degree applicable courses are subject to remedial dismissal. ACADEMIC FREEDOM Students who drop a class. Professors may not use the classroom to promote nent part of a student’s academic record. A “W” Withdrawal remains a perma Students on college-authorized field trips will not be penalized for nent part of a student’s academic record. or are dropped sibility of each professor to inform his/her classes of the attendance and by the professor after 20% of the class has elapsed will receive a mark of absence policies at the beginning of each semester. All students who are registered for a failing grade and/or a financial obligation to the college.0 may petition for permission to enroll in units above the maximum. upper level of the Student Services Center. of an extenuating circumstance. Students should check their schedule/receipt. All students who are registered for a between personal opinions and what is contemporarily regarded as factual class after 60% of the class has elapsed shall receive an academic grade information by leading academicians in the discipline being discussed.”“C. Professors may take attendance at all class meetings. teaching and research. SAC.D. and the purwill receive a mark of “W” (Withdrawal) on their permanent record.B.

Students at Mt. In contrast. Withdrawal from short term classes of less than semester length. he/she must contact his/her instructor to make other arrangements. It indicates n Part-time — enrolled in less than 12 units during the fall or spring that work is “in progress. Not be absent from Mt. mark shall be assigned only for students who are members of an active or reserve military unit. No units awarded. Incomplete A student may request an Incomplete or the professor may initiate the CREDITS AND GRADES petition on behalf of the student who is currently passing the class under Definition of a Unit of Credit the following circumstances: verifiable illness or emergency or verifiable The standard “unit” represents one hour in class recitation and two hours of work conflict. No-Credit grades will be considered in probation and dismissal procedures.” but that assignment of a substantive grade semester or less than 4 units during a six-week session. San Antonio College Catalog must await its completion. No notation (“W” or other) shall be made on the academic record of the student who withdraws during the first three weeks of a regular semester-length class. RD — Report Delayed:  The “RD” symbol may be assigned only by the Admissions and Records Office. Units awarded are not counted in determining the student’s grade point average). 3. drafting. or the Incomplete will Classification of Students become a letter grade assigned by the professor. No notation shall be made on the academic record of a student who withdraws from a short term class of less than semester length. It is to be used when there is a delay in reporting the grade of a student due to circumstances beyond the control of the student. and dismissal calculations. n In order to maintain catalog rights at Mt. IP — In Progress:  The “IP” symbol shall be used to denote that the or four or more units during a six-week summer or winter session class extends beyond the normal end of an academic term. is authorized for a period of time through 60% of the course. if the student has remained in continuous attendance. Catalog Rights n A student may use that initial catalog year or any subsequent catalog until the student petitions for graduation.Catalog Cover Academic Policies and Requirements Bookmarks Contents Petitions for Exceptional Action Student Petitions for Exceptional Action forms are available from the Counseling Office and Admissions and Records Office in the Student Services Center.commencing the fourteenth (14) week of a regular semester class or nition. a student may: 1. 2. Upon verification of such order. 1990. W — Withdrawal: Withdrawal from a class or classes shall be authorized through the last day of the 10th week of instruction of a regular semesterlength class. During is prohibited. “RD” shall not be used in calculating grade point averages. as long as the student maintains continuous enrollment. intersessions. and a mark of “W” shall be made on the student’s academic record. If granted. etc. The petition is subject to the approval of the professor. including a W in any term during the academic year. Students may complete these forms and submit them to Admissions and Records. MW — Military Withdrawal:  The “MW. shall be assigned the grade “F” or “Zero” for the examination. SAC for four or more primary terms (two years). Maintain “continuous attendance” at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution while away from Mt. GRADING SCALE Evaluative Symbol Definition Grade Point Value A Excellent 4 B Good 3 C Satisfactory 2 D Passing 1 (less than satisfactory) F Failing 0 Pass Passing (at least equivalent to a “C” grade. but greater than six weeks. A “W” previously incurred commencing January 1. SAC. Grading System Scholastic grades showing the academic achievement of students are issued at the end of each semester. ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS . based on the initial semester of enrollment. progress probation. n Sophomore — a student who has completed 30 units of credit or more. and this grade shall be averaged in determining the final course grade.” Final Examinations A final examination shall be administered in all classes in compliance with the Final Exam Schedule prepared each term. The “MW” shall not be counted in determining registration priority. By this defi. Any student enrolled as of the first day of the fourth week in a full semester course for any semester shall receive one of the designated grading scale marks on his/her permanent records. this symbol may be assigned at any time after the period established by the governing board during which no notation is made for withdrawals. Reand certain activity courses such as kinesiology. n Continuous attendance is enrollment and attendance in a class (past the census date) in one of the immediate prior two semesters. one unit of credit represents three hours of lecture per week. 12 2013-14 Mt.. “unit” is synonymous with “semester lecture hour. and which meets the definition of “MW” may be changed to “MW. It is a temporary notation to be replaced by a permanent symbol as soon as possible. Withdrawal between the first day of the 4th week and the last day of the 10th week of instruction shall be recorded as a “W” on the student’s record. NP Not Passing (Equivalent to a “D” or “F” grade. The appropriate evaluative grade and unit credit shall be assigned and appear on the student’s record for the term in which the course is completed. both Winter and Summer intersessions are not considered to be primary terms Continuing Student: n A continuing student is one who enrolls in at least one credit course and receives a grade. choir. SAC.) n Freshman — a student who has completed less than 30 units of credit. If a student is unable to attend a scheduled final examination. provided the student withdraws no later than the end of the first 20% of the course. Definitions Primary Term: A primary term is either the Fall or Spring semester. but greater than six weeks. and units are not counted in determining grade point average. The “IP” symbol shall remain on the student’s permanent record in order to satisfy enrollment documentation. n A continuing student retains rights to follow graduation and/or certificate requirements for the year they entered or any catalog thereafter. San Antonio College are classified as follows: n Full-time — enrolled in 12 or more units in a fall or spring semester. and who receive orders compelling a withdrawal from courses. the student must complete all outstanding course requirements stipulated by the professor within one year. Attend another regionally accredited post-secondary institution.” military withdrawal. Subsequent action on a petition will be taken either by the appropriate administrator or the Board of Appeals. The “W” shall not be used in calculating grade point averages. A student who does not take a final examination and who does not qualify for an “Incomplete” (see Grading System-Incomplete). a greater enrollment in the same course for purposes of making up the Incomplete number of in class hours per week is required for each unit of credit. Incompletes may only be issued for requirements missed outside preparation per week or its equivalent for one semester.” In laboratory work after 85% of a short-term or summer or winter intersession class. but excessive “W’s” shall be used as factors in probation and dismissal procedures.

students at Mt. Students are cautioned that upon transfer to baccalaureate institutions. Credit toward graduation by using Pass/No Pass classes is limited to a maximum of 16 units (AP 4232). B. San Antonio College are available to students on two different grading options: letter grade (A. students are automatically registered on a letter grade basis at the time of registration. San Antonio College is that the interaction which takes place between the student and professor is of critical importance to the learning process. must determine their grading option no later than the end of the first 30% of the course or 30% of the required hours of instruction listed in the description for an openentry/open-exit course. In courses offering the grading option. SAC Course Degree Units 6 6 3 6 6 6 3 6 6 6 4 6 6 6 6 3 3 3 6 6 6 3 3 3 6 6 4 4 3 6 6 3 3 3 3 6 6 Art History Biology Calculus AB* Calculus BC Chemistry Chinese Language and Culture Computer Science A Computer Science AB English Language and Composition English Literature and Composition Environmental Science European History French Language and Culture French Literature German Language and Culture Government and Politics: Comparative Government and Politics: US Human Geography Italian Language and Culture Japanese Language and Culture Latin: Literature Latin: Vergil Macroeconomics Microeconomics Music Theory Physics B Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Physics C: Mechanics Psychology Spanish Language Spanish Literature Statistics Studio Art. D.3D Studio Art. San Antonio College provides for Credit by Examination enabling the student to accelerate his/her educational program by providing opportunity to obtain credit in those fields in which he/she has already achieved proficiency independently or by informal means. Mt. but such courses are considered in progress probation and dismissal procedures. quality instruction places a premium on meeting individual student needs. However.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Academic Policies and Requirements Pass/No Pass Grades Some courses offered at Mt. The grading option may not be changed at a later date. ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS AP Examination Score Needed / GE/Equivalency Mt. Students enrolled in short-term courses of less than semester length. Credit by Examination will be granted only for those courses which have been so designated by the departments. San Antonio College may apply for Credit by Examination and such unit credit may be granted subject to the following rules and regulations: Rules and Regulations 1. Math Competency and Eligibility for MATH 180. C. the student can make the change on their student portal or in person with a picture ID at the Admissions and Records Office in the Student Services Center. or in determining eligibility for the Dean’s List or President’s List. AP 4232) Credit by Examination The general philosophy of Mt. A few classes are offered for Pass/No Pass only. B. These courses are designed to encourage students to explore areas outside their major field of study in order to broaden and enrich their collegiate experience. F) or Pass/No Pass (Pass = A. NP = D. and to afford an opportunity for departments to offer courses in which there is diminished emphasis on grades. If a change is desired.2D Studio Art.Drawing United States History World History 3 C1 or C2 3 AHIS 4 + AHIS 5 3 B2 3 BIOL 1 *3/4 Math Competency N/A MATH 180 3/3/4 Math Competency N/A MATH 180 or MATH 181 3 B1 3 None 3 C2 3 CHIN 1 + CHIN 2 3 N/A N/A CSCI 145 3 N/A N/A None 3 A1 3 ENGL 1A 3 A1 + C2 6 ENGL 1A + ENGL 1B 3 B1 3 None 3 C2 or D2 3 None 3 C2 3 FRCH 1 + FRCH 2 3 C2 3 FRCH 3 3 C2 3 GERM 1 + GERM 2 3 D2 3 None 3 D1 3 None 3 D2 3 GEOG 2 3 C2 3 ITAL 1 + ITAL 2 3 C2 3 JAPN 1 + JAPN 2 3 C2 3 None 3 C2 3 None 3/4 D2 3 BUSC 1A 3/4 D2 3 BUSC 1B 3 C1 3 MUS 7 3 B1 3 None 3 B1 3 None 3 B1 3 None 3 D2 3 PSYC 1A 3 C2 3 SPAN 1 + SPAN 2 3 C2 3 SPAN 3 3 Math Competency N/A MATH 110 3 General education and course equivalency credit based on portfolio revew 3 General education and course equivalency credit based on portfolio revew 3 General education and course equivalency credit based on portfolio revew 3 C2 or D2 3 HIST 1 3 C2 or D2 3 None ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS *A score of 3 on the Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam will earn a student three (3) degree applicable units. but greater than six weeks. (BP 4230. Courses taken for Pass/No Pass are not counted in calculating grade point average. Section 3 13 . or C. “NP” grades typically are considered to be “F” grades. SAC GE Area GE Units Equivalent Mt. students must determine their grading option at the time of registration. In any short-term course of less than six weeks. The Pass/No Pass grading option is not available for General Education courses or for courses used to meet major requirements. Pursuant to Section 55050 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. F). Therefore.

and be in tive credits for military experience without regard to the field of service.Catalog Cover Academic Policies and Requirements Bookmarks Contents 2. grant the appropriate number of units. IB Geography 5 D2 3 GEOG 2 6 c. Students who have both a qualifying Advanced Placement (AP) test unless the credit is necessary for graduation. The Department Chair from the appropriate program will validate score (3 or above) and a qualifying IB certificate exam score (5 or above) n Credit for non-collegiate courses will be awarded only for work the license and its currency. Credit may be granted for requirements have been met. and credit recommendations from degree to current license holders in the following areas: Emergency International Baccalaureate Credit for Mt. will only have the first completion counted for credit. The student has at least a 2. License (IB) program at their high school may petition to utilize the results of n Of the 60 units required for the Associate Degree. IB Biology 5 B2 3 BIOL 1 6 b. ited post-secondary institutions. 6 or 7 will be honored. The student has not already received credit nor is currently IB Chemistry 5 B1 3 None 6 enrolled beyond six weeks in the same course or in a more IB Economics 5 D2 3 BUSC 1A 6 advanced course (except for Advanced Placement Course Credit). The student may obtain the petition for Credit by Examination from IB Language A2 5 C2 3 None 6 the Division Office. of Advanced Placement Examinations. SAC Units Equivalent Degree Comprehensive Exam. SAC courses. n In cases where a student is seeking a degree/certificate from the outside of the sponsorship of legally authorized and accredited postAdvanced Placement Credit for Mt. San Antonio College Catalog ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS . or who have completed a college level applicable toward the Associate Degree.” Higher Level (HL) Exam for Equivalency GE Area of GE Mt. including Mt. all standard graduation and residency requirements apply Education Requirements for the Associate Degree The College will accept the recommendations of the American Council and must be met by completing a minimum of 12 units earned from Students who have a qualifying Advanced Placement (AP) test score (3 or on Education in reference to the Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Mt. The student may not use Credit by Examination to satisfy the n The permanent academic record shall be annotated in such a manner General Policy Statement residency requirement for the degree. Technology. SAC Course Units 3. Credit for Extra Institutional Learning 60 units at the time the upper division work is attempted. learning credit may be made.0 grade point average. IB Language A2 (Classical Languages) 5 C2 3 LATN 1 6 5. SAC General other similar nationally recognized academic institutions. Admissions and Records will certify that the in the same examination area. and course for credit. San Antonio College may grant units of credit toward an associate’s on page 13. above) may petition to utilize the results of their AP examinations to meet Experiences in the Armed Services and the National Guide to College Credit for Credit for Current License Holders Mt SAC general education requirements in the areas identified in the table Workforce Training. 14 2013-14 Mt. 7. Additional credit may be allowed for specific programs of training and been attained outside the sponsorship of legally authorized and accredcredits earned through the United States Armed Forces Institute. San Antonio College will grant four units of Baccalaureate level elecThis policy of granting credit for extra-institutional learning is provided at least a 2. College. and Radiologic Education Requirements for the Associate Degree San Antonio College’s policy for comprehensive examinations. The College Board in reference to its recommendation Mt. Any grade received for Credit by Examination will be entered on the INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM student’s permanent record with a notation of “Credit by International Baccalaureate (IB) Score Needed Mt. and the Counseling Center. IB Language A1 (English) 5 C2 3 None 6 4. for students under special conditions in recognition of learning that has good standing. a student must have Mt. not be on probation. Office. IB Physics 5 B1 3 None 6 6. Credit for extra-institutional learning will be awarded to those students to insure that a true and complete history of extra-institutional A list of courses for Credit by Examination is available at each Division who have attained competency of subject matter through experiences learning credit has been granted. upper division courses provided the student has earned less than apply extra-institutional learning credit toward the degree. Psychiatric Technology. The total number of units granted will be equal to the current Students completing all or portions of the International Baccalaureate Policy Regulations total unit requirement for the equivalent program certificate. Only IB Higher Level (HL) certificate point average. the Instruction Office. San Antonio College. This includes IB History (any region) 5 C2 or D2 3 None 6 transfer/new students. The student has been registered at Mt. The department will establish written guidelines by which the IB Mathematics 4/5 Math Competency N/A MATH 160/MATH 180 6 eligibility of a student to take such an examination is determined. A student may petition for Credit by Examination provided: a. SAC General secondary institutions.0 grade point average. at least twenty-four holders must meet the college’s residency requirements and complete their IB examinations to meet Mt SAC general education requirements (24) units must be earned in courses that contribute to the grade an application to the college before the request for extra-institutional in the areas identified in the table. The Department will assign a grade depending on the results of the IB Psychology 5 D2 3 PSYC 1A 3 examination and submit the form “Petition for Credit by Examination” IB Theatre Arts 5 C1 3 THTR 9 6 to Admissions and Records. Credit for Military Training Philosophical Basis n To petition for extra-institutional learning credit. The application date will determine the examinations with scores of 5. Medical Technology (Paramedics). n Extra-institutional learning credit will normally not be evaluated catalog year.

earned a cumulative grade point average (GPA) below 2. short essay n Mt. Section 3 15 ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS . Honors Program Building 26A-1680. Honors Program students receive library privileges at UC Irvine and UCLA and an Honors Certificate and medal upon honors certification. Pitzer College and Pomona College. With Honors The “With Honors” designation is placed on the transcripts and degree of the graduate who has achieved an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3. Entrance Requirements n High School Students — Eligibility for ENGL 1A. San Antonio College Students — Nine transferable units.75 through 3.99. For further information and review of academic eligibility. including Alpha Gamma Sigma recognition at graduation and access to scholarships offered to members Mt.) Requirements for “Honors Scholar” Designation n Complete 15 units of honors courses with a minimum 3.0 to 3. San Antonio College sponsors the Zeta Chapter of Alpha Gamma by more than 700 U. Eligibility for ENGL 1A. Scholastic Honor The “Scholastic Honor” designation is placed on the transcript of the graduate who has achieved an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3. “I” and “NP” drops below fifty percent.The student shall be cleared from Academic tive G. Students who have maintained a 3. 2. This A student is placed on Academic Probation when the student has: membership is intended as an introduction to Alpha Gamma Sigma 1. a student shall have their Permanent membership in Alpha Gamma Sigma is an honorary lifetime registration restricted. point average of 3. A permanent membership application must be submitted by the graduation petition deadline. students should consult a Counselor Colleges. Applications are available in Student Life. 4528 Mt.A of 3. Completion of the Honors Program makes a student eligible for priority admission consideration from the following universities: UCLA. Building 9C. Some bacca. attempted at least 12 units. Ext. or a Phi Theta Kappa advisor.Clearing Probation 1.89.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Academic Policies and Requirements HONORS Academic Honors President’s List The President’s List is an honors list comprised of those students who have achieved a 3.0 and.0 or enrolled for which entries of “W”. SAC sponsors the Alpha Omega Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Chapman University.2 GPA for honors certification n Maintain a 3. For further information Sigma. Full-time and part-time students are eligible for membership. To apply students must: a) have a cumula. Upon recording of Academic or Progress Probation. Sigma members. with a few exceptions. are part of the IGETC requirement list. 2. letter of recommendation. letter of recommendation (Waivers can be obtained through the Honors Program Office for highly motivated students with a competitive GPA. and and is not to be considered as an initial membership. There are several advantages which accompany this honor.90 through 3. Only permanent members receive recognition at graduation.5 or higher. and 3. 3.The student shall be cleared from Progress Scholarships provided by the Zeta Chapter and the State Alpha Gamma Sigma Organization are available to actively involved members. colleges and universities. Applications are available in the Honors Program office in Building 26A-1680.00. There are two forms of probation: Academic Probation and Progress 1. an international scholastic honorary organization for two-year colleges.5 GPA. Academic Probation . 1. Progress Probation . San Antonio College. Scholastic Federation (CSF) Life Membership OR be a high school Academic Probation graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 3. 2. be required to participate in a prescribed counseling AGS title for students who have completed 60 degree appropriate units.S. the scholastic honorary organization for California Community and review of academic eligibility. member. Full and part-time students who have completed 12 appropriate degree units with a 3.25 or higher for 60 completed degree appropriate units Probation when the student’s cumulative grade point average is 2. San Antonio College offers an Honors Program for students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Temporary:  (First college semester only) Must hold a California Probation.2 GPA Phi Theta Kappa Mt. Only degree appropriate courses/units (those that grant credit for an Associate or ACADEMIC STANDARDS Bachelor’s degree) may be used to establish eligibility for membership Probation and Dismissal (Exception: Temporary Membership). b) complete a minimum of two semesters as an active or inactive or higher. Probation when the student’s cumulative percentage of units with laureate granting institutions provide scholarships limited to Alpha Gamma “W”. Membership requires campus and community involvement (service hours). Honors courses are specially designed sections of transferable general education courses and. 2. 3. short essay.5 grade point average at an accredited institution. enrolled in a total of at least 12 units. There are three categories of membership eligibility.49 grade point average in a minimum of twelve (12) letter-graded Associate Degree applicable units per semester at Mt. Continuing:  (Previous membership) Must have achieved for the 2. SAC. Dean’s List The Dean’s List is an honors list comprised of those students who have achieved between a 3. UC Irvine. an in-progress grade report and professor recommendation. while on probation. Eligibility for membership is established for the following: 1.P.2 GPA. and 4 units in a winter or summer session. intervention and be limited to enroll in a maximum of 12 units in subsequent a minimum of 30 of the total 60 units must have been completed at Mt. In addition to an enhanced curriculum for motivated students.00. Initial:  (First time membership) Must have completed 12 degree Progress Probation appropriate units in a maximum of three (3) semesters with a degree A student is placed on Progress Probation when the student has: appropriate cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Graduation Honors Graduation honors are awarded as follows: Academic Distinction The “Academic Distinction Honor” designation is placed on the transcript and degree of the graduate who has achieved an overall grade point average (GPA) of 4.5 grade point average while a member. San Antonio College. students should consult an Alpha Gamma Sigma Officer or an Alpha Gamma Sigma Advisor.50 or better grade point average in a minimum of twelve (12) letter-graded Associate Degree applicable units per semester at Mt. “I” and “NP” are recorded reaches or higher OR have maintained a degree appropriate cumulative grade exceeds fifty percent. the cumulative percentage of all units in which the student has previous semester a degree appropriate grade point average of 3. semesters.0 or higher.

If approved. reinstated status until clearance of probation. San Antonio College may be ordered online through http://my.occurs when the student in a second consecutive semester continues to have a cumulative percentage of all units enrolled recorded as “W”. semesters shall be considered consecutive on the basis of the student’s enrollment. Any student may file a written request with the Records Officer end of the term of substandard work to be disregarded. 3.occurs when the student in a second consecutive semester continues to have a cumulative grade point average below 2. or 4) not based on the personal observation of the complete academic history. Enrollment Management) to remove D. subsequent standard transcript requests are $5.edu.edu/students/admissions/transcripts.occurs at the end of that first semester in which the student has attempted at least 12 units and the cumulative percentage of all units in which the student has enrolled for which entries of “W”.html ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REQUIREMENTS 16 2013-14 Mt. Enrollment Management.0. counselor to file a petition. 2. information recorded in the student’s records which is alleged to be: and NP. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the contracts may result in subsequent dismissal. 1) inaccurate. A. San Antonio College Catalog .0 for 30 units. Academic Probation . A time period of at least two years must have elapsed since the 1. Academic Renewal The Academic Renewal Policy is provided for students in specific circumstances where previously recorded substandard academic performance is not reflective of the student’s present demonstrated ability. the student may utilize the existing G. Financial Aid. Students with substandard coursework at other colleges/universities need to contact those institutions to see if they are eligible for academic renewal under the provisions of academic renewal of said institution. Courses used to qualify for Academic Renewal which fices: Admissions and Records. by official college transcripts. A maximum of twenty-four units may be alleviated. The permanent academic record shall be annotated in such a 3) a conclusion or inference outside of the observer’s area of manner that all work remains legible. The first two requests for transcripts are free. 2. Assessment. or the request is denied. Counseling. If the student chooses not to make the request. SAC. Unofficial/student copies of transcripts may be obtained at http://my. which shall include the number of units in which the student shall enroll. A reinstated student shall remain on a probationary. AP 4240) Transcripts Official transcripts of work completed at Mt.occurs at the end of that first semester in which the student has attempted at least 12 units and has earned a cumulative grade point average below 2. the student shall be required to participate in a prescribed counseling intervention and complete a contract.5 for 24 semester units. the student’s cumulative grade point average for all units completed at the time of adjustment must be at least 3. Students requesting academic renewal should consult with a college student grievance process. If the student has enrolled in the subsequent term before the Dismissal status has been determined through the posting of the previous semester’s grades. A reinstated student shall also remain on contract until clearance of probation. named person with the time and place of the observation of the F. If the student is not satisfied with the determination made by the This determination will be made by the transfer institution. Continued Academic Probation . F. or b.0. the student shall be dropped from all classes. (BP 4240.edu student portal.mtsac. Academic renewal applies only to substandard coursework completed at Mt. Mt. Probation a. the student shall be dismissed for at least one semester. Further information regarding transcript services is available at http://www.mtsac.0 for 18 semester units. Dismissal occurs after three consecutive semesters of Academic or Progress Probation. San Antonio College and/or other accredited colleges or Educational records consist of those files maintained by the following of universities. the reinstated student shall be required to participate in a prescribed counseling intervention and complete a contract for reinstatement. 2. If approved. Since completion of the work to be disregarded. 2) an unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference. “I”  and “NP” are recorded reaches or exceeds fifty percent. Requests for reinstatement will not be allowed thereafter. “I” and “NP” at fifty percent or higher. so long as the break in the student’s enrollment does not equal two primary terms or more.Catalog Cover Academic Policies and Requirements Bookmarks Reinstatement after Dismissal A dismissed student may request reinstatement through the Counseling Center after an interval of one semester.00 each. Dean. and were completed at another college or university must be verified those files maintained for individual students by departments. Academic renewal will apply only to substandard grades: D. San Antonio College does not guarantee that academic named person with the time and place of the observation noted. of the District (Dean. Challenge of Educational Records C. or 2. E. renewal will be honored by institutions outside of the District. B. The student shall be dismissed for at least one semester. For the purposes of this section. Progress Probation . which shall include the number of units in which the student shall enroll. The cumulative RECORDS grade point average may include coursework completed at Definition of Educational Records Mt. Requests must be made NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS BEFORE the beginning of the semester. Continued Progress Probation .mtsac. Continued Probation a. insuring a true and competence. Appeal of Dismissal A student who is subject to dismissal may request an appeal of dismissal through the Counseling Department by the stated deadline prior to the beginning of the following semester. or b. 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events and Responsibility to Kids) and resources to help students transfer to universities. Admission to the program is based on academic need. processes Petitions for Exceptional Action. Students are supported by Bridge Program staff and counselors. 4755 sharpen job acquisition skills. and promote awareness of student services and leadership opportunities.edu/admissions Admissions and Records is usually the first office prospective students visit and the last office students visit before transferring or graduating. degree completion.mtsac. degree or transfer Students who believe they qualify for the program should visit the EOPS Office. access. The program strives to achieve equity in academic success. Registration instructions can be found in the current Schedule of Classes or online at http://my. Reading. 4. San Antonio College. STUDENT SERVICES AND STUDENT LIFE Career and Transfer Services Student Services Center. students have an opportunity to learn about being successful college students and how to utilize college services.mtsac. English Bridge. Ext. Contents STUDENT SERVICES Mt. SAC to the next step in their educational journey whether that is a career or transfer to a four-year CalWORKs (California Work Opportunities university. Assistance in reviewing course placement is also provided.mtsac.edu. other students. San Antonio College. and copies of the Permit to Register. The program aims to: develop a sense of community among AfricanAmerican students. as well as transfer and advising specialists. counseling and advisement.mtsac. 4510 Career and Transfer Services helps students get from Mt. Ext. 3. students can choose to be part of the Summer Bridge.edu/care CARE is a supplemental program for EOPS students who are single head of household parents receiving TANF benefits. San Antonio College Catalog meeting their Welfare to Work 32/35 hour participation requirements while achieving their personal and educational goals. Assessment Center Student Services Center.edu/bursars The Bursar’s Office is responsible for the collection of credit registration fees and other campus fees including parking permits. 4960 http://www. SAC Student username. 5392 http://www. In order to receive services.edu. Reading. Ext. This office maintains student demographic information such as name.edu/students/calworks CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education) Student Services Center. Ext. address and Mt. visit www.mtsac. SAC student identification number. Math Bridge and Reading Bridge. http://www. graduation and certificate petitions and distributes diplomas and certificates.mtsac. Transcripts from other colleges must be submitted for prerequisite eligibility checks. enrollment verification and production cards.mtsac. student academic history. single head of household n Have applied for financial aid n Pursuing a program at Mt. solidify career goals. replacements.edu or in person at the Bursar’s Office. financial aid advisors. career. The office also processes photo ID cards and refunds for credit classes.edu/bridge The Bridge Program is a learning community designed to increase student academic and personal success through the structuring of a personalized learning environment. Math and/or Counseling courses for students seeking a unique learning experience and a strong sense of community. All services are also available at my. The Bridge Program Building 9D. Ext. personal and social goals. Bridge students share particular educational goals. The program provides additional assistance to students who are: n Eligible for EOPS n Enrolled in at least 12 units upon acceptance n Currently receiving AFDC/TANF assistance. tutoring. students must n Career fairs receive TANF benefits for themselves. and transfer. Students participating in Bridge are enrolled in linked classes that are taught in a cooperative environment between professors. 2. The Bridge Program is the right choice for students who find themselves undecided on career choices.mtsac. 4500 http://www.mtsac. Some of the services provided: 1. In this group setting. As part of the Bridge Program. and acquire part.edu/calworks The CalWORKs Program at Mt. Ext. The Aspire Program Building 9D.edu. The admission application generates a Permit to Register and establishes a historical student record for each student. parking citation fees. 4415 http://www. and Math placement testing in the Assessment Center. retention. have apprehensions about the transition to college and would like to make new friends. with at least one child under 13 years of age n At least 18 years old. Student Services Center.mtsac. issues I-20’s for International Students.edu/assessment Students may complete required English. demonstrate culturally relevant connections between African-American students and the college. students must have their Mt. final grades. Career and Transfer Services provides a variety of activities.mtsac. common interests and similar backgrounds. 6396 http://www. Student fees may be paid via the web at http://my. To use this service. The CalWORKs Office assists students in n Career acquisition skills workshops . study groups. assist students in achieving academic success through progress monitoring. Admissions and Records is the official custodian of student records. The 18 2013-14 Mt. A variety of support services are provided to facilitate students’ achievement of a degree or certificate: n Education planning n Counseling n Case management n Tutoring n Personal development workshops n Job development/placement assistance n Advocacy n Liaison between student and GAIN Services Workers and Eligibility Worker at County Office n Payment for required books and supplies n Work-study* n Childcare* *Based upon adequate funding For more information. transcript and enrollment verification requests.Catalog Cover Student Services and Student Life Bookmarks Aspire Learning Community classes provide a combination of English. SAC which will lead to a certificate. faculty. San Antonio College provides a wide range of support services which are essential for success to assist a diverse student population in achieving their educational. These computers provide access to the student portal for students to print unofficial transcripts. Course Registration: All registration is conducted online via the web at http://my. Bursar’s Office and Photo ID Building 9A. Admission: All students must submit an application for admission in order to attend Mt.edu/aspire The Aspire Program is an academic student success program designed to enhance success among African-Americans and other students enrolled at Mt. Ext. 4265 http://www. Admissions and Records provides computers for student use located in the Student Services Building. Admissions and Records Student Services Center. Ext.mtsac. SAC is designed to provide educational support Career Services include: n Job and internship referrals for single or married parents who are recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) benefits. staff and administrators.and full-time employment.

Counselors are available to assist students who: n are undecided about a major or career direction. it is recognized that many families have limited resources and are unable to meet the cost of a college education. 4. SAC to develop a student educational plan. Ext. These Section 4 19 . Being a U. loans. UC and private universities. interviewing techniques. The College does not provide personal care attendants. n need information about career and transfer options.gov. Participation in DSP&S and all student disability-related information is confidential. n need assistance with personal problems. For more information. Students may apply for aid by filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. 5. please go to http://careerservices. scholarships. The Financial Aid Office. other eligibility requirements for most Federal and State programs include: 1. DSP&S highly recommends that students visit the Department to determine if there are services that may be of assistance to them while attending Mt. and part-time employment for students who meet financial aid program eligibility requirements.mtsac. Have a valid social security number.fafsa. Maintaining satisfactory progress in accordance with the standards. applications and more! For more information. the student must demonstrate the ability to benefit from higher education. n information about major and transfer requirements to CSU. please go to http://transfer. 6. Braille. Having a high school diploma or equivalent such as a GED. and general job search While Mt. 4380 http://www.mtsac. Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) Student Services Center. e-text) Students with a doctor’s verification which requires parking in zones designated as “handicapped parking. Alien Registration card (if applicable) or other types of documents needed to verify or resolve conflicting data. To take advantage of the wide array of special programs and services offered. and other services offered through the Counseling Center. n are having difficulty in courses. 4500 http://www. Some of the services offered by DSP&S: n Access to a computer lab with adaptive hardware and software n Sign language interpreters n Notetakers in the classroom n Tram service on campus n Priority registration n Classroom testing accommodations n Equipment loan n Specialized counseling and advising n Academic and career strategies classes n Print material in alternate formats (i. Although the primary responsibility for meeting college costs rests with the student and his or her family. Be registered with the selective service. located on the upper level of the Student Services Center building. Students must ensure that the placard or license plate is displayed properly. students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the renewal application. written documentation of disability must be provided by a physician or appropriate professional. and need special services to successfully attend classes at Mt. Ext. Recipients of aid from Federal and State funded programs must be students enrolled in eligible programs of study for the purpose of obtaining a degree. All students may be eligible for some form of assistance based on their financial need. administers aid programs for eligible applicants. 4290 http://www. Ext. The College provides financial assistance in the form of grants. Students who suspect they might have a disability are welcome to apply for services and an eligibility determination will be made. Most financial aid programs were established to provide assistance for students with documented financial need.” must display on their vehicles a “Disabled Person” placard or “DP” license plate from the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles.mtsac. A FAFSA worksheet is available in the Financial Aid Office for students interested in filing online at www. Counseling Center Student Services Center. In addition to financial need.edu/eops Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) provides access to higher education for students with academic and financial disadvantages. Not be in default on a federal loan or grant overpayment. 4450 http://www. or transfer. Transfer Services include: n Library of career and college guidebooks and university catalogs n Workshops on transfer topics n University representative visits and appointments n College fairs n University tours n Walk-in transfer advising n Computers for career and transfer research. unless a personal care attendant is utilized. 3. Student financial aid awards are contingent upon continued funding from Federal and State government agencies. Students eligible for financial aid typically receive a “package” of aid from two or more financial aid programs offered.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Student Services and Student Life Mock interview sessions 1-on-1 assistance with resume preparation. or any time limited space (without having to observe the time limit specified). SAC. current students are strongly encouraged to visit Career and Transfer Services while still attending.e. The information reported on the FAFSA may be verified by the Financial Aid Office using a parent’s and/or student’s Internal Revenue Services Forms 1040. the disability must present a limitation to a suc- Financial Aid Student Services Center.edu/financialaid Financial aid is available for students to assist with the costs associated with attending college. 1040A or 1040EZ. career exploration and decision-making. and self-management skills (mobility.edu/dsps The DSP&S office provides services to students who have professionally documented disabilities or medical conditions. 2.mtsac. eating and using restrooms without assistance) must be adequate. Other documents may also be requested such as a copy of the Social Security card. To be considered for financial aid. a student must: n Be a California resident Be enrolled as a full-time student (12 units or more) Have fewer than 40 degree applicable units n Qualify to receive a Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver under Method A or B n Be educationally disadvantaged n n STUDENT SERVICES AND STUDENT LIFE Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) Student Services Center. It is highly recommended that students see a counselor during their first semester at Mt.” any metered space (at no cost).S. SAC graduates may return to Career and Transfer Services for employment assistance.edu/counseling Students can take advantage of educational planning. The services offered are: n Counseling n Educational Planning n Peer Advising n Instructional Development and Services n Tutoring n Book Service Program n Financial Assistance To be eligible for the EOPS program. n general information about the College.mtsac. Services offered are based on disability-related needs. an approved Title IV certificate. Ext. Counselors and educational advisors can also provide: n information on course selection and planning for degree or certificate completion. Eligibility criteria for financial aid programs are subject to frequent change. Students with a current “Disabled Person” permit and placard or a “DP” license plate are not required to purchase a student parking permit and are allowed to park in any parking space designated as “handicapped parking.edu. if required.mtsac. San Antonio College. n n cessful education. citizen or eligible non-citizen.edu.

The second deadline is September 2nd. to 10:15 p. Students with questions related to the College or a personal need will find friendly staff available to assist. Same-day appointments are also available. The California Community College Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) program is available to qualified California residents. located on the upper level of the Student Services Center (9B). As a result of the California Dream Act. Ext. will have financial aid eligibility recalculated based on the percentage of the semester completed. Ext.Catalog Cover Student Services and Student Life Bookmarks http://www. Ford Direct Loan Program Students who receive federal financial aid and do not attend any classes will be required to repay all of the funds they have received. limited prescription medication. In addition to the three methods.gov/logon. To apply. 2011. Specialized counseling assistance is available. the college administers a variety of scholarship programs. Some fees may apply. or 2) the midpoint of the semester for a student who leaves without notifying the college. a student who is without a valid immigration status may request exemption from paying nonresident tuition if the student: Attended a California high school for 3 or more years. Part-time faculty are eligible for select services. is a place where F-1 students can connect with one another and the international community. and/or institutional scholarships. Student Health Services Building 67B. California Dream Act The California Dream Act of 2011 consists of two bills. Ext. Students who wish to qualify as AB 540 students must complete and submit a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request (sometimes referred to as an AB 540 Affidavit) with required documentation to the Admissions and Records Office at Mt. Professional health services are provided primarily on an appointment basis. The Cal Grant program deadline is March 2nd of each year. Students may also request a Security Escort by calling (909) 274-4233. employees and guests of the College. go to 20 2013-14 Mt. Trained personnel will escort students safely to their car.cccapply. or AB 540). At Mt. nursing and health education services are provided. computer stations available for their academic needs as well as referrals to student services and resources. and will be required to repay any unearned financial aid received. Students should complete and submit Mt SAC’s AB 540 Affidavit (California Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Request form) in order to begin a review of eligibility under AB 540.mtsac. International students must complete and submit additional application materials and pay non-resident fees to study at the College. or (3) Financial need as determined by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). pregnancy testing and referrals. or General Relief recipient.edu/scholarships. tuberculosis screening. Students who withdraw from all classes prior to completing more than 60% of the semester are subject to return of Title IV funds requirements. For students who miss this deadline. All credit students who are currently enrolled and attending classes are eligible. San Antonio College Catalog STUDENT SERVICES AND STUDENT LIFE International Student Programs Student Services Center. 4233 http://www. and who are without a valid immigration status. Please refer to the map below to identify Escort locations. Escorts are stationed at various locations on campus and can be identified by their yellow jackets and I. signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on June 25. and the student is responsible for paying the additional fees assessed. Additional information and eligibility requirements are available at https://mygrantinfo. call between 8:00 and 8:30 a. San Antonio College offers a Security Escort Service from 6:30 p. Only the enrollment fee is waived. Staff in Admissions and Records are available to assist international students. or (2) Household size/family income.mtsac. Supplemental Security Income (SSI). personal counseling. there are special classifications that qualify for an enrollment fee waiver. Additional services include laboratory tests. and Assembly Bill 131 (AB 131) signed into law by Governor Brown on October 8.m. Students will need to complete the Dream Application every year to determine eligibility for state and institutional aid. immunizations. which is subject to certification and/or documentation.org/bog_waiver/ In addition.edu/safety Mt. Escort Location Map Campus escort locations are indicated on the map below with a white X. Contents applications are usually available beginning in January for the following academic year. The application collects basic personal and income information to determine student eligibility for funding under AB 131. First aid services are provided for all student.csac.m.html The International Student Center.edu/international/student-center. or 4) the date posted by the instructor indicating last day of attendance. Under AB 540. Refer to the BOGW Fee Waiver application for a list of these classifications.csac. Cal Grant. Assembly Bill 130 (AB 130).mtsac.ca.m. 2011. but who are ineligible for federal financial aid are now eligible to receive grants and scholarships from the State of California and institutional sources. Ext.gov/) is used to determine the financial eligibility of students who meet the qualifications of AB 540. 4400 http://www. San Antonio College annually welcomes hundreds of international students on F-1 Visas to pursue a higher education. SAC a student’s withdrawal date is determined as follows: 1) the date the student officially notified the Admissions and Records Office of his or her intent to withdraw. SAC. There are three methods to qualify for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver: (1) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). the FAFSA and a GPA verification form must be completed. The California Student Aid Commission’s Dream Act Application (https://dream. chiropractic.ca. Apply between January 1 and March 2 of each year for priority consideration.mtsac. Public Safety Escort Service. The International Student Center Student Services Center. badges. If a student is interested in a State of California Grant..mtsac.D.edu/international Mt.Thursday. such as Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver (BOG). Students will find comfortable spaces to network with friends. Information about the College Scholarship Program can be obtained in the Financial Aid Office or visit http://www. those students who are eligible for the non-resident tuition exemption (under Assembly Bill 540. . Monday . 5032 http://www. 4415 http://www. or 3) the student’s last date of attendance at a documented academically-related activity. AND Graduated from a California high school or passed the GED or California High School Proficiency Exam.edu/students/healthcenter Medical. there is a second opportunity for community college students to apply for Cal Grants.asp The FAFSA is the application for the following Federal and State programs: n Federal Perkins Loans n Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) n Federal Pell Grant n Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) n Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) n Need-based scholarships n State CAL Grants n Chafee Grant (for Foster youth) n Federal William D.

”“NC. Students are assisted in understanding their due process rights and grievance procedures.html The Student Life Center provides a relaxing area to lounge.S. Educational/Career Counseling. The Associated Students (AS) offices are located here as well as club mailboxes. approves and enforces all on-campus postings.edu. The Student Activities Fee funds many A.) Student Government Building 9C. Ext. All prior transcripts (College or Service) must be received and evaluated by the Mt. scholarships.mtsac. activities. and play foosball. and assists in contacting students in emergency situations. Veterans Service Center Student Services Center. Applications for waivers are available on the Student Portal under Financial Services or in the Student Life Office for the first two weeks of the semester. student clubs. The VA requires all entering Veterans to be formally evaluated for military experience to prevent future interruption of educational benefits.S. Ext. “W’s. An existing variety of clubs include recreational.mtsac. Student Life Center Building 9C. Student Life Office/Student Center Building 9C. Information regarding the LEAD (Leadership Education and Development) Program. The law requires that educational assistance benefits to Veterans and other eligible persons be discontinued when the student ceases to make satisfactory progress toward completion of his or her training objective. For step-by-step instructions in claiming and utilizing educational benefits at Mt. Student Activities Fee The Student Activities Fee is an $11 fee collected every Fall and Spring Semester to provide numerous programs and services on campus including book grants. Associated Students meetings are held every Tuesday in the Student Center. and last day of attendance must be reported at once. 4525 More than 50 student clubs and organizations provide opportunities to make friends. ping pong. The SacBookRac sells A. executive officer positions and twenty A. Student Clubs and Organizations Building 9C. A current listing of student clubs and organizations is available online at http://as. This fee is optional. The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is comprised of one representative from each student club and meets regularly to discuss club activities and formulate procedures to better serve the campus community. and on and off-campus service referrals. collaborative effort to ease the transition for student Veterans to Mt. 5959 http://www. projects.S. one-on-one my. The office responds to disciplinary issues and advises faculty and staff on issues related to discipline.html The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) establishes an innovative. discounted amusement park and movie tickets. United States Code. Section 4 21 STUDENT SERVICES AND STUDENT LIFE . Veterans and dependents should download the “Veterans Packet” and all required forms at www. Room 5. The Director of Student Life serves to counsel and discipline students based upon the College’s Student Discipline Policy. one-on-one FAFSA assistance.edu/students/veterans/ STUDENT LIFE Student Life provides opportunities for participation in leadership programs. 4525 http://as. student leadership conferences. enhance learning. Associated Students (A. SAC Admissions and Records Office.mtsac portal navigation assistance. one-on-one scholarship research/essay assistance. This office also handles lost and found items. Building 9C. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and with the California Department of Rehabilitation in assisting Veterans with certification of benefit requests.edu/veterans/vrc. a variety of board games. United States Code. programs. Please refer to the Mt. 4525 http://www. The Senate allocates monies to support various College programs. located on the upper level of the Student Services Center. Student VRC services include: a student Veterans lounge. speakers. Students must visit the Counseling Center for assistance in completing an educational plan. 4520 http://www. student government. The Veteran or dependent has the responsibility to adhere to these standards of attendance and progress and to notify the Veterans Services Center of any change in status that would affect the collecting of Veterans educational benefits. The College cooperates with the U. Refunds will only be issued during the first two weeks of the semester. provides assistance to Veterans and dependents seeking educational and/or vocational training under Title 38. Ext.S. Students who are involved in co-curricular activities are encouraged to complete the Activities Transcript (available online). or video games.mtsac. religious and academic. There are eight A.edu Associated Students serves as the representative voice for students on all College issues and provides students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills.mtsac. Veterans and dependents are required to comply with all applicable regulations that pertain to required attendance and progress that the student (Veteran or dependent) must meet in order to receive educational benefits under Title 38. watch TV. Waiving this fee will exclude the student from taking advantage of these benefits. SAC. Adds.edu/studentlife The Student Life Office is responsible for student involvement and leadership programs and serves as the hub for student activities at Mt. Ext. Ext. and discounted amusement park and movie tickets.mtsac. sponsored events and initiatives which support student clubs. personal growth and development experiences. The College maintains the Veterans Services Center to assist Veterans and/or dependents in all matters pertaining to Veterans educational benefits. events. . There are also opportunities for students to serve on College-wide committees to influence College policies and decision making. Ext. SAC.edu/studentlife/studentlifecenter. social activities. cultural. DSP&S Instructional Specialist. and services. SAC. The Student Life Center creates an environment for students to socialize and connect with other students as well as serves as a meeting place for events.m. A. Students also have access to free wireless Internet with their laptop. Senate positions available to students interested in becoming involved in making a positive difference on campus. build leadership skills and have fun. San Antonio College Probation and Dismissal Policies in this Catalog.S. Withdrawals. from 3:00 p. student Veteran computer stations. one-on-one VA educational benefits assistance. Join-A-Club is a three-day event at the beginning of each semester for students to learn more about co-curricular campus involvement opportunities. and services throughout the year. Students who have complaints regarding their final grades or their experiences on campus can receive assistance in the Student Life Office. and other social.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Student Services and Student Life Veterans Resource Center (VRC) Building 16C.mtsac. SAC.edu/veterans The Veterans Services Center.S. 4520 http://www.mtsac.m. Drops. cultural programs. Veterans and/or dependents must submit a “Veteran’s Request for Active Educational Benefits” form each semester to the Veterans Services Center in order to request the continuance of VA educational benefits while attending Mt. social. clubs and student government. The Student Life Center is also the place to find information about off-campus housing. Those eligible for priority registration consideration must submit a Discharge letter (DD Form 214 Member-4 or Service-2) to the Veterans Services Center.5:00 p.S.” and “F” grades are considered punitive grades. which complements their academic transcript and verifies the student’s involvement in service and leadership activities outside of the classroom. volunteer opportunities and other involvement opportunities are available in the Student Life Office.

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5014 The MARC offers free tutoring to Mt. If. Work Experience Education. Learning Technology Center. thesis statements. word processing. and beginning college research. Pursue a planned program of work experience education based on written. In addition to the thousands of books already in circulation. The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any course at the College. Transfer Math Activities Resource Center (T-MARC) Building 61 . prior to enrolling in work experience education. and staff a wide variety of information resources for their research needs. c. online course work.4204 Occupational work experience education is supervised work activity extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning station (work site) related to the student’s occupational goal. and writing. North Entrance. SAC students currently enrolled in Math 50 through Math 71. The Writing Center Building 26B . Beyond traditional resources such as books. in the opinion of the professor. Math Activities Resource Center (MARC) Building 61 . providing the learner with adequate equipment.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Instruction and Learning Resources INSTRUCTION The Office of Instruction provides a wide range of services essential to student success in an environment of academic excellence. 2. obtain the written permission of their parents. Meet the following condition if self-employed: Identify a person who is approved by the professor to serve as a designated employer representative.5658 Distance Learning means taking classes that are conducted partially or entirely off-campus “at a distance. The Center also houses a computer lab that is available for student use to work on papers. b. Assist in the evaluation of the student’s identified on-the-job learning objectives. Ext. measurable learning objectives which are directly related to the student’s educational program and which. 5325 The Writing Center offers free services to all students. Section 5 23 INSTRUCTION AND LEARNING RESOURCES . log into DL courses regularly. Learning Technology Center. Have the approval of the assigned work experience professor. and by appointment. web. Tutors assist students with course work in most subject areas and with study skills. but especially in DL courses. Language Learning Center (LLC) Building 6.” Students and professors communicate with each other using a variety of technologies. journals. Communicating with the professor in a timely manner when there are questions or problems is also critical to student success. in the opinion of the professor.4300 The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) helps students succeed in college. and the student. and studying for DL courses as they would in regular courses. and college catalogs. The library faculty teach information competency through courses. 6. This is guided by a written agreement between the College. the work site. Room 264 South Entrance. A variety of resources for in-lab and take-home use are available. reading. The LAC offers instruction to review pre-collegiate skills in math. Ext. San Antonio College students on a drop-in basis. 3. in study groups. videos. Credits For the satisfactory completion of work experience education. such as sentence level errors. Students can use the Learning Lab for research. 3. Unless otherwise determined. LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES Distance Learning Program. Ext. Learning Assistance Center Building 6. enrolled in an occupational program directly related to the work experience assignment. Ext. to allow students easier access to the Library’s media collection. with a maximum total of sixteen (16) units during the student’s enrollment at the College. as verified by the supervising professor. textbooks and solutions manuals. the student is already employed full time by the work site where the work experience will take place. and meet course expectations would do well in any course. the student must write a report concerning a learning objective that extended beyond the duties of the regular job.Room 1314. Resources for checkout include videos. the Library is in the process of making hundreds of closed-captioned DVDs available for circulation as well. essay planning and organization. the College will grant credit to a student in an amount not to exceed four (4) units per semester. Student Qualifications Students participating in Work Experience Education must: 1. and to supplement classroom instruction. and develop grammar and writing skills using self-directed educational software. The librarians at the library information desk can assist with all aspects of the research process from choosing a topic to searching for and evaluating information in print and electronic formats. If under the age of 18.Room 1318. Have an occupational or educational goal to which. Tutorial Services in the Learning Assistance Center provides free tutoring to all Mt. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester of supervised work is required for each one unit of credit.Room 1561A. The student enrolled in the work experience education program shall assume and comply with the following responsibilities: 1. submit completed work on time. Distance Learning (DL) courses have the same content and academic rigor as regular courses. Faithfully discharge the duties of the on-the-job assignment. 5389 The T-MARC offers free math tutoring to Mt. materials. faculty. drop-in workshops and individualized instruction at the reference desk. In addition. newspapers. the work experience chosen will contribute. Ext. develop measurable learning objectives approved by the professor and work site supervisor. Upper Level. Professional software is loaded on all the computers to allow students to create presentations. calculators. Courses in study techniques are also available. 5. Ext. scanning and technical assistance is also available. 4580 The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers computer. in writing. Validate hours worked. and other media resources for students learning English as another language as well as those studying foreign languages. Students should expect to spend as much time. writing. In addition. Reserves allow faculty to provide continuous access to course materials free of charge to students. This representative shall agree. multimedia assignments. Assist the student in identifying new or expanded on-the-job learning objectives. Printing (black and white or color). South Entrance. conduct library and internet research. reading. CRLA certified tutors and at least one English professor is present at all times. sometimes more depending on the subject matter. include new or expanded responsibilities or learning opportunities beyond those experienced during previous employment. Ext.4260 The Library offers students. The Learning Lab computers and audio-visual materials are available to all students in the community.000 full-text books. Repetition of experiences in an ongoing job does not permit continued eligibility for the program. The student must be. Ext. the Writing Center offers workshops to help students with common writing issues. 4. Try at all times to represent themselves and the College positively while at the work site. Library Building 6. 2. SAC students currently enrolled in Math 100 and above. the only difference is the delivery method. and facilities to support the learning objectives specified within the agreement. Upper Level. Notify the professor of any work site problems or change in status of duties. Lower Level. customized classes. to accept the following employer responsibilities: a. career guides. students who manage their time well. 4. researchers may also search numerous full-text article databases and access nearly 25.

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m.500-seat gymnasium. especially if they are interested in purchasing used books (first-come/first-served).com The Food Services Department provides the campus community with a cafeteria. San Antonio College Schedule of Classes or contact the Child Development Center. wrestling gym. burritos. Food Services http://www. Farm F Buildings. The Farm offers an unrivaled opportunity for student learning serving as a laboratory and supervised farm. frappuccino. near the intersection of Bonita and Walnut Drives. healthy snacks. baseball field. religion. Fee Program Families ineligible for childcare/early education subsidies may enroll in the Fee-based program. is located in the southeast section of the College campus. Ext. and Metro and Foothill bus passes. Monday through Thursday and 6:30 a. 5284 The Campus Café is located on the west side of campus next to the SacBookRac. 4630 Hilmer Lodge Stadium. children must meet general health requirements to enroll/attend. The refund policy is posted and available in the bookstore and printed on a bookmark given at the time of purchase.m. Athletic Facilities.edu/students/childcenter Admission Policy Childcare and education services for children from 3 months through 5 years of age are provided between the hours of 6:30 a. 4540 The Farm is located in the northeast area of campus. field crop production. Simply to Go — made fresh “in-house” sandwiches. 4920 Enrollment Formal application must be made in person at the Child Development Center. Child Care Access Grant Funding Student-parents who receive or are eligible to receive a Pell Grant may qualify for this childcare/early education funding.. advertising design. San Antonio College Art Gallery has a long history of outstanding Gallery Exhibitions highlighting prominent international and national artists as well as outstanding faculty and student artists. staff and faculty.mtsacdining. strengthtraining facilities. illustration. and cookies. SAC Relays. and four convenience stores. and 7:00 p.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Campus Facilities CAMPUS FACILITIES Art Gallery Building 1B. salads.mtsac. Ext. The fee schedule is available by contacting the Child Development Center at Ext. sundries. soft goods.” Other athletic facilities include tennis courts. 4920 http://www. volleyball courts.edu The Mt. Campus Café Building 8. depending upon the program of study selected. agri-business.mtsac. an Olympic size swimming pool.2 year olds. wraps. softball field.m. coffeehouse. on Fridays for student-parents. Students are encouraged to buy books early. SacBookRac offers basic textbooks. This funding applies to infants . Pizza Stop — individual pizzas. Expenses for books and supplies for a full-time student average $300$600 per semester. Catering is available for small meetings and large banquets. cross-country course. soups. 4475 http://bookstore. and brownies. horticulture. animation. Among these are the Faculty Exhibition featuring the works of Mt. Contact the Campus Events office at Ext.mtsac. or physical handicap. A minimum daily fee. veterinary science. Students interested in stock breeding. established by the State. The Child Development Center welcomes all children regardless of sex. For information concerning registration dates and times. gifts. general trade and paperback books. 4328 http://artgallery. The Gallery offers four to five exhibitions per year. and all required fees are paid. may apply. SAC. ethnicity. and fresh made pasta bowls. and an Exercise Science/Wellness Center. and daily specials. Child Development Center Building 9E. horse production. until 5 p. scones. Subversions — sub sandwiches. Interested parents must inquire with their individual CalWORKS Eligibility Worker or GAIN Worker. and photography. may apply. or farm products gain valuable experience by working with their own animals and crops while attending Mt. wraps. greeting cards. Final acceptance into the program will be determined when eligibility has been established. Common Grounds featuring Starbucks — we proudly brew hot and cold coffee drinks. State law requires that an oral interview/orientation be completed. ALL student-parents must be enrolled in 6 or more units of credit coursework. 4794 for information on guided tours. CAMPUS FACILITIES Section 6 25 . and salads. According to State Law. San Antonio College faculty artists and the annual Student Exhibition featuring student work from the fine arts. Ext. flatbread pizza. Ext. Refund Policy Refunds are allowed within a limited time period when classes are changed and officially dropped. soccer field. State Preschool Program State Preschool Program funding is available for eligible student-parents of 3 and 4 year old children (4 year-old children have priority). Alternative Payment Program (CalWORKS) The Child Development Center accepts “Alternative Payments” or fees from community agencies and programs such as CalWORKS for childcare. and community parents (community children on a space available basis only). Chef’s Corner — daily fresh breakfast and lunch menu. SacBookRac also provides ordering and distribution of faculty caps and gowns. Ext. General Childcare Funding General Childcare funding is available for income and need eligible families. fresh baked muffins. healthy options. or demonstrate a basic “need for care” to generally be accepted into the program. a 1.edu Students are responsible for obtaining their own textbooks and supplies. Castillo’s Mexican Grill — fresh tacos. all paperwork has been completed. a 13. This is the home of the world famous “Mt. consult the current Mt. A minimum daily fee. Funds are limited.500-seat football and track facility. established by the State. Ext.m. Bookstore (SacBookRac) Building 9A.

Performing Arts Center Box Office Box Office Phone: (909) 274-2050 Box Office Fax: (909) 274-2055 https://tickets.Catalog Cover Campus Facilities Bookmarks Contents WOW at Mountie Grill Building 19C. 28. North Door. The Studio Theater adjacent to the Clarke Theater is surrounded by a scene shop. fitness. staff and the community on a fee-based. 4624 WOW Cafe and Wingery . meadow. chicken. athletic performance testing. 80 Performing Arts Center Building 2.mtsac. 2050 The Mt. 4625 This modern. and Dance. hamburgers. Convenience Stores All stores offer a variety of snack foods.breakfast.mtsac. The current season of events is available on the Box Office website. Ext. 40. San Antonio College students for careers in the performing arts. All sales are final. The 40’ x 50’ x 40’ theater allows for total dramatic performance flexibility. health. salads and rice bowls. 30. Wildlife Sanctuary. The stage and fly tower are at a professional scale and contain equipment equal to the finest state-of-the-art theaters both regionally and internationally. per-class basis. 47. 4425 This ten-acre parcel. state-of-the-art instructional facility to prepare Mt. lake. and faculty offices. individual health/fitness programming. circuit/strength training and cardiorespiratory exercise. The Planetarium facility has a 35-foot-diameter hemispherical dome and seating for up to 75 people. 4794. by telephone or in person. dressing rooms. The sanctuary has been set aside as a place where plants and animals exist in a natural balance. Offerings will be provided to students. Each venue is designed to provide state-of-the-art acoustical quality and technical performance capabilities that put the Mt.mtsac. diet/weight control. 67. CAMPUS FACILITIES 26 2013-14 Mt. Clarke Theater. Ext. pond. San Antonio College Performing Arts Center Box Office is located in the Performing Arts Center Complex adjacent to the Sophia B. 60. full proscenium theater that wraps the audience around a performance. 26. 31. The Performing Arts Center is designed as a technological. Randall Planetarium Building 26C. and woodland.770 square foot facility that provides instructional and performance accommodations to the three main discipline areas of Theatre. multi-dimensional facility offers health and lifestyle screening. An 18’ lighting grid allows light and scene flexibility. Please see http://communityed. 4425 http://planetarium. all levels of aerobic exercise (including step aerobics). For guided tours. costume shop. contact the Campus Events office at Ext. The Recital Hall is a 250-seat space richly articulated with reflective surfaces of maple wood and acoustical plaster. Wellness Center Building 27A. By providing a circular form and box seats at the perimeter. SAC Performing Arts Center on a level with the finest theaters in the region. located on the southwestern portion of the Mt. The Music Recital Hall provides for intimate musical performances. 23. San Antonio College Performing Arts Center is a 66. Activities are offered for all age groups. San Antonio College campus includes a stream. 45. beverages and school and test supplies. Ticket exchanges may be available depending upon the event. The Studio Theater is such a flexible facility that it can accommodate most any seating and scene configuration. Ticket orders are accepted online. Ext. Major credit cards are accepted. swamp. Programs and services include stress management. metabolic testing. audience intimacy with the stage is maximized.edu The Randall Planetarium offers instructional support for college classes as well as a wide variety of public programs on a regular basis. it is an appealing and brilliant space. Music. 50G. The Sophia B. With its ceiling and upper walls painted white and bathed in natural lighting. Mountie Stop Building 9A Express Stop Building 16A Prime Stop Building 61 Short Stop Building 66 Vending Machines Buildings 2. Paths through the sanctuary provide access for visitors. nutrition. wings.edu for course offerings.edu The Mt. Clarke Theater is a formal 415-seat. Ext. and performance physical fitness assessments. Sound reflectors above the stage further support acoustical distribution. Ext. The Dance Studio is a 56’ x 85’ x 30’ high mirrored room that allows for a grand level of physical movement. 9C. it is acoustically shaped with a 43’ high ceiling. 3. San Antonio College Catalog .

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.......................... 30 Accounting – Financial Planning........... Although the awarding of Skills Certificates is not noted on a student’s official transcript..... should seek the advice of a counselor. 43 Horse Ranch Management................ 37 Children’s Program Certificate:    General – Level III......... 40 Electronics Technology........................................................ 42 Engineering Design Technology – Level III...... 35 Business: International – Level III...... 30 Accounting – Computerized............................................................................................. 31 Airframe Maintenance Technology – Evening........................... 44 Infant/Toddler Development............................... 32 Animation – 3-D and CG Gaming........ 40 Electronics and Computer   – Engineering Technology...... Information on these certificates may be found in Section 11 ... 35 Business: Management – Level III.................. San Antonio College n A grade of “C” or better must be earned in each course to be applied to the certificate Mt................... 36 Business: Small Business    Management – Level III............................................ San Antonio College Catalog ......................Continuing Education..Level I..... 42 Fashion Design – Level II................................................................................ The possession of such a certificate is favorably recognized by business and industry and is frequently a requirement for professional advancement.... 37 Children’s Program Certificate: Teaching............................... 45 Interior Design Kitchen and Bath Specialization........................................... 30 Administrative Assistant Level II..... 34 Business: Human Resource    Management – Level II......... 44 Industrial Design Engineering .... 43 Graphic Design ................................... 36 Business: Small Business    Management – Level II......... the student may apply for and receive a documentation certificate from the college that may be of value in documenting knowledge and skills to potential employers. Note: The unit requirement for Skills Certificates is below that required for some forms of financial aid eligibility................... 34 Architectural Technology – Technology    Concentration Level II..... 34 Building Automation.................. 37 Children’s Program Certificate:    General – Level II.............................. 30 Accounting – Managerial.... 45 Interior Design: Level II ..Level III....... 36 Business: Retail Management – Level III............................................................................. 43 Fire Technology................ 45 28 2013-14 Mt.......................Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Mt........................ 44 Hospitality: Hospitality    Management – Level II...................... 39 Electronic Systems Technology – Level II........... 35 Business: Human Resource    Management – Level III........................... Students who desire help in planning for a vocation or profession............................ 30 Administrative Assistant Level III...... 31 Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance    Technology – Evening............................................... 39 Consumer Relations............... 33 Architectural Technology – Design    Concentration Level III. 33 Animation – Tradigital Level II ... 38 Computer Graphics – Multimedia Specialist ......................................... 33 Architectural Technology – Design    Concentration Level II...Level II.............. 32 Alcohol/Drug Counseling......................................................... 38 Computer and Networking    Technology – Level II.................................. and courses used to complete them may form a core of requirements that are augmented as students pursue higher levels of proficiency toward a Certificate of Achievement. San Antonio College offers two different types of certificates for credit programs of study: n “Certificates of Achievement” are awarded for completion of an approved program of study meeting certain requirements of the California Community College Chancellor’s Office in terms of total unit values and other criteria....................... 31 Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance    Technology – Day....................... 37 Children’s Program Certificate: Administration........................... 38 Computer Graphics – Print Specialist .. 40 Electronics: Industrial Systems.............. 43 Fashion Merchandising – Level II............................. San Antonio College also awards Certificates of Competency and Occupational Training Certificates of Completion for certain non-credit programs of study..................... 35 Business: Management – Level II....................... 36 Business: Retail Management – Level II............... 31 Airframe Maintenance Technology – Day........ PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT Accounting................................................................. Requirements for all certificates include the following: n At least 1/2 of the credits earned toward the certificate must be completed at Mt........................ 42 Fashion Design – Level I.............................. n “Skills Certificates” are lower-unit certificates in various occupational areas................................ or to prepare for transfer to a four-year institution............Level II..... 32 Animation – Game & Interactive Multimedia   Design II........ 39 Correctional Sciences.......................... 39 Computer Systems Technology. entry-level Skills Certificates may be part of a ladder-track of increasing levels of preparation in an occupational area... 34 Architectural Technology – Technology    Concentration Level III....................................... 44 Industrial Design Engineering ................ In many cases................. Students should consult with the Financial Aid Office to determine whether a particular program of study qualifies for financial aid....... 41 Emergency Medical    Technician – Paramedic (EMT-P)......................................... 35 Business: International – Level II................. 39 Construction Inspection............................... 42 Engineering Design Technology – Level II............... 41 Engineering Design Technology – Level I... 30 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration..................................................................................... 44 Industrial Design Engineering .... 38 Computer and Networking    Technology – Level I........ 43 Fashion Merchandising – Level I............... The awarding of all Certificates of Achievement is noted on a student’s official transcript.......... 40 Electronics Communications................................. 33 Architectural Technology – Level I.............................................................

........................................... 51 Welder - Licensed............................. 52 Animation ................. 59 Machine Operator........ 54 CIS Professional Certificate    in Java Programming...................................................Level I..................................................... 60 MasterCAM.................. 53 Business: Management – Level I....... 48 Photography ..................................................... 50 Sports Turf Management...... 55 CIS Professional Certificate in SQL.. 51 Web Design......................................... 47 Marketing Management......... 46 Interior Landscaping....................... 55 CIS Professional Certificate   in Telecommunications................................... 52 Accounting – Bookkeeping............................................................. 58 Hospitality: Catering................. 53 CIS Professional Certificate in Excel and Access. 56 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication......................... 56 Coaching.................. 46 Law Enforcement........................................... 47 Nursery Management............................................................................................................ 60 Microcomputer Productivity Software.... 57 Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer............................................................................... 60 Programming in Visual Basic........................................................................................................ 49 Public Works/Landscape Management................................. 57 Gallery Design/Operation and Art Profession... 58 Hospitality: Restaurant    Management – Level I.......................................................... 46 Livestock Management....................... 56 Dance Teacher.................... 61 Radio Broadcasting: On-Air – Level I....................................................... 56 Culinary Arts .......... 61 Section 7 29 .................. 49 Photography Digital Technician................................................. 50 School Age Child – Specialization..................... 52 Athletic Trainer Aide I..................................................................... 52 Business: Human Resource    Management – Level I.......... 51 Television Crew............................................................ 61 Radio Broadcasting: Behind-the-Scenes    – Level I.................................................................................. 54 CIS Professional Certificate in LINUX..... 56 CIS Professional Certificate in Windows Operating   System Administration................... 58 Hospitality: Food Services.......... 57 Emergency Medical Technician – Level I........ 53 Business: Small Business    Management – Level I........................................................................... 53 CIS Professional Certificate    in C++ Programming....................   Cutting &  Modification.. 61 Real Estate Sales Certificate................Level II...........Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT (CONTINUED) SKILLS CERTIFICATES PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Interior Design: Level III ............ 54 CIS Professional Certificate in Object-Oriented    Design & Programming...................................................................... 55 CIS Professional Certificate    in Visual Basic Programming..... 58 Hospitality: Restaurant    Management – Level II....................................................... 54 CIS Professional Certificate in Networking......... 57 Fashion Design – Computer-Aided................... 50 Real Estate Broker Certificate.... 53 Children’s Program    Certificate: General – Level I.......................................... 49 Radio Broadcasting: On-the-Air ................................................................................. 49 Programming in C++............................................................................................................... 60 Nutrition........................................... 46 Landscape Irrigation....................................... 49 Radio Broadcasting: Behind the Scenes..................................................................................... 51 Welder - Automotive Welding............................................................ 52 Animation ............................................. 58 Graphic Design Level I...................................... 50 Sign Language/Interpreting............ 51 Welding - Semiautomatic Arc Welding­........................... 56 Computer Graphics Technology Proficiency............................... 54 CIS Professional Certificate    in Network Security............. 59 LVN 30-Unit Option – Career Mobility Track............ 51 Welder - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.. 46 Landscape and Park Maintenance.......................... 60 Pilates Professional Teacher Training Phase I:    Mat and Reformer.................Tradigital Level I....................................... 46 Landscape Design and Construction....... 48 Park Management........... 53 Business: Retail Management – Level I...................... 58 Information and Operating Systems Security....................... 55 CIS Professional Certificate   in Web Programming................. 48 Pet Science....... 51 Tree Care and Maintenance........................................................................... 59 Introduction to Computer   Information Technology......... 58 Hospitality: Hospitality    Management – Level I................................................................. 58 Interior Design: Level I.................. 61 Welding......................Game & Interactive    Multimedia Design I................ 52 Accounting – Payroll.............. 53 Business: International – Level I..............................................Level III.................................................. 48 Photography ...... 47 Manufacturing Technology... 52 Administrative Assistant – Level I..... 56 Electronic Systems Technology – Level I.................................... 45 Mental Health Technology   – Psychiatric Technician................. 45 Landscape Equipment Technology..

0 Total Units 28.0 Total Units 18. BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting .0 account analysis.0 Business English 3.0 general accounting. asset management. This prepares the student for entry-level positions within the managerial accounting segment.5 coursework (21 Units) or Accounting Managerial Select 3.Financial Planning Additional Notations Business Division Option BUSA 21 or BUSA 58: Take whichever course Certificate L0599 you have not previously taken.5 BUSA 52 Intermediate Accounting 3.0 BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3.0 CISB 61 Desktop Publishing Software 3. tax. Required Courses: Completion of the Administrative Assistant Level I coursework as follows: (12.30.Accounting 5.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. and The Accounting .5 .0 CISI 41 Office Management Skills 3. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .0 CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE BUSO 5 Accounting . Common duties performed in this field include cost analysis. cost accounting.5) BUSO 5 Business English 3. expense reporting.5 Units).0 Total Units 18.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. accounts or receivable.0 BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting . Required Courses: Completion of the Administrative AssistantLevel 1 coursework as follows: (12. etc.0 Units) BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. financial analysis.0 Accounting or Business Division BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 Units) CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 3.Level III Business Division Certificate T0517 The Level III Certificate prepares students for administrative assistant positions where a variety of skills are needed.5 CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding 3.0 applications common to the accounting industry.0 Plus the following courses: BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3. written communication and advanced word processing skills are needed.0 reporting.5 CISI 41 Office Management Skills 3. inventory BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers in Managerial 1.0 CISB 31 Microsoft Word 3.Computerized Certificate provides financial planning.0 PLUS the Level III coursework as follows: (9. or Required Courses: BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.0 BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers in Managerial 1.0 CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 3.0 CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding 3.0 PLUS the Level II coursework as follows: (6. payroll.5 Units from: coursework (19. Accounting Required Courses: or BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . The Accounting .0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. account analysis and preparation of various internal reports to help management make decisions.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.0 BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.0 ing clerk. These jobs include BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.Financial 5.0 are utilization of accounting software programs for Accounting posting transactions to journals/ledgers.Financial 5. and BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers in Managerial 1.0 Total Units 27. credit and collec Accounting tions.Level II Business Division Certificate L0533 The Accounting .Managerial 5.0 CISB 31 Microsoft Word 3.Financial 5.5 Units) BUSO 5 Business English 3. accounts payable.0 an entry-level position as a computerized accountBUSA 71 Personal Financial Planning 3. Students completing this certificate can assist Certificate L0503 companies within the areas of budgeting.Managerial Accounting Certificate provides basic accounting skills and knowledge concentrating in the area of managerial accounting.0 Completion of Accounting Financial Planning CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 BUSA 72 Bookkeeping .0 Units) BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 Accounting .Computerized combined with specialized training in financial planBusiness Division ning.0 Total Units 21.0 This certificate program prepares the student for BUSA 58 Federal Income Tax Law 3.5 Administrative Assistant .0 management. San Antonio College Catalog . variance analysis.0 Accounting or BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1. bank reconciliation.5 30 2013-14 Mt. the student with basic accounting skills and knowlRequired Courses: edge together with additional training in computer BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . inventory tracking/ 1. Common duties performed in this field BUSA 75 Using Microcomputers in Financial 1.0 BUSA 21 Cost Accounting 4.0 Total Units 19. expense reporting.0 Certificate T0502 Required Electives The Accounting Certificate incorporates various BUSA 75 Using Microcomputers in Financial 1.Managerial 5. budget preparation. 1.5 Business Division Certificate L0594 The Level II Certificate prepares students for clerical positions where.0 accounting courses that prepare the student for entry Accounting level positions and/or professional advancement in or a wide variety of accounting jobs. in addition to general office skills.0 Accounting or BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.Managerial Administrative Assistant .0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.Financial Planning Certificate provides the student with basic accounting skills Accounting .0 CISB 51 Microsoft PowerPoint 3.0 or BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.5 BUSA 75 Using Microcomputers in Financial 1.0 Completion of the Administrative Assistant Level II coursework as follows: (6.

97A. 92B.0 AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4. and 93B.0 Completion of this program leads to an Associate in Technology: Ignition Systems Science Degree or a Certificate.Day 93A. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRM 96A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. Excellent opportunities for employment exist in this area of training. tion.Evening Section 7 31 . 97B.0 AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals 4.overhaul of various airframes and their components. Completion of this program leads to an Associate in Science Degree or a Certificate.0 AIRM 65B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 13. manufacturing.5 Total Units 41. quality control.0 AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes 1. The only difference between the two options is AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance 0. Training is given in the overhaul of various powerplants and their components. 92B. 97B. 92B. and 98B. Airframe and/or Powerplant Exam provides certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician which is reRequired Courses: AIRC 10 Technical Mathematics 2. Training is given in the over Technology: Fuel Meter Systems haul of various powerplants and their components. maintenance.5 the program. Day program courses AIRM 65A and 65B EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. AIRM 95A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. Certain Required Courses: administrative. AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2. The only difference between the two options is AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6.0 and Electronics AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical 4.0 careers require the applicant to hold a valid A & P and Electronics Certificate. installation. 96A. Excellent opportunities with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 90B. Day program courses AIRM 66A and 66B are equivalent to evening Airframe Maintenance program courses AIRM 90A.0 AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. quired for employment in this field. and 98B. The only difference between the two options is the course numbering and time required to complete Technology and Health Division the program. quality control.5 Technology and Health Division This program prepares students to enter employment as Technology EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. Passing the General Exam plus the Airframe PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology .Work Experience Certificate T0982 AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance 0. 91B.0 maintenance industry.maintenance industry. 91A. Certificate T0991 Successful completion of this program enables Technology and Health Division students to take the FAA examination in General This program prepares students to enter employand Powerplant Passing the General Exam plus the ment as a certified airframe technician in the aircraft Airframe and/or Powerplant Exam provides certifica. 92A. Training is given in the tion as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician which is re. PHYS 1 Physics 4. design. distribu93A. Certain Technology: Lubricating Systems administrative. This program is designed to prepare the student for 95B.0 are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 95A. Students Successful completion of this program enables desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should students to take the FAA examination in General consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of and Powerplant.5 are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 90A. 90B. 92A. 96B.0 quired for employment in this field. 91A. for employment exist in this area of training.0 Technology . Excellent opportunities AIRM 98B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3.0 Technology: Turbine Engines AIRM 96B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. operation. 96B. It leads to occupations in program courses AIRM 90A. Day program employment in the broad field of air conditioning. Technology .0 tenance industry. Passing the General Exam plus the courses. and flight personnel careers require the applicant to hold a valid A & P Certificate.Work Experience option.5 the course numbering and time required to complete Technology the program.0 AIRM 65A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 13.0 This program offers a day or evening program . and repair. AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3.0 students to take the FAA examinations in Airframe and Technology: Reciprocating Engines General. 91B. Students desiring Completion of this program leads to an Associate in a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult Science Degree or a Certificate. Day program courses AIRM 66A and 66B AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding 1.0 with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses. and 93B.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and Electronics AIRC 32A Air Properties and Measurement 1. and flight personnel AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3.0 AIRC 30 Heat Load Calculations & Design 4. Technology Successful completion of this program enables AIRM 95B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3.5 AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6. quality control. AIRM 98A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3.0 the course numbering and time required to complete AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes 1. 97A. and refrigeration.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate This program offers a day or evening program option. 91B.Day . and flight personnel Total Units 39. sales.0 95B. 96A. courses AIRM 66A and 66B are equivalent to evening heating.0 for employment exist in this area of training.0 Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Recommended Electives: AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 Certificate T0952 Technology: Propellers Technology and Health Division AIRM 97A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. and Refrigeration Required Courses: AIRC 12 Air Conditioning Codes and Standards 3. 93A. 98A. 92A.0 a certified powerplant technician in the aircraft mainPHYS 1 Physics 4. and 93B.5 AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding 1.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology: Reciprocating and Turbine AIRC 26 Gas Heating Fundamentals 2. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 11 Welding for Air Conditioning 2. Day program courses AIRM 65A and 65B Certificate T0909 are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 95A.0 careers require the applicant to hold a valid A & P Recommended Electives: Certificate. 91A.0 This program offers a day or evening program and Electronics option. 90B.0 AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. Certain administrative. 98A.5 Total Units 31.0 Technology AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals 5.0 This program prepares students to enter employment Technology: Instrumentation as a certified powerplant technician in the aircraft AIRM 97B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3.

Work Experience Completion of this program leads to an Associate in AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance 0.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4.Honors 3. texture.0 The Animation – 3D and CG Gaming Certificate SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 • Subject to hazards of flammable. 91B.Honors PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.0 • Exposed to hazardous agents.0 and Electronics AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. sexual orientation. Division. or The Animation Program offers an integrated/ SOC 14H Marriage and the Family . 92B. Training is given in the AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 Structures AIRM 66B Airframe Maintenance Technology 13. television SOC 14 Marriage and the Family 3.0 Airframe Maintenance AIRM 93A Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3.0 overhaul of various airframes and their components.0 culture.0 AIRM 91B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 • Handle emergency or crisis situations AD 10 Client Record and Documentation 1.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents and/or Powerplant Exam provides certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician which is required for employment in this field. and flight personnel PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 Structure and Design AIRM 91A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3. Required Courses: AIRM 66A Aircraft Airframe Maintenance 13. San Antonio College Catalog .0 the program. body fluids and wastes Treatment and Recovery • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens AD 4 Issues in Domestic Violence 3. Certificate T2101 Special Instructions Upon completion of the required courses with a Restricted Electives must be taken prior to enrollment grade of “C” or better. Certain EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3.0 administrative. lighting. psychologiRequired skill courses: cal and physical disabilities.0 effects that lead to creative careers in film.0 English Language Skills: AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar 4. a Certificate in Alcohol/Drug in Field Experience and can be taken in conjunction Studies will be awarded by the Technology and Health with core and skills courses.5 Technology EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses. race. 91A.0 AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes 1.0 AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. write and read English to complete classes or successfully and to ensure safety for themselves and CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.0 speak.0 will be given a balanced blend of art and technology- PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Alcohol/Drug Counseling 32 2013-14 Mt.5 AIRM 90A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention.0 Technology . This program offers a day or evening program option.0 • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life and Referral issues Required field work courses: • Exposed to products containing latex AD 13 Internship/Seminar 4. Required Courses: AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. and under a wide variety AD 8 Group Process and Leadership 3. without prior notification AD 2 Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs 3.Work Experience AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance 0.5 AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding 1. 90B. environment and special SOC 1H Sociology – Honors 3.0 AIRM 92A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3. ethnicity. 93A. quality control.0 AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes 1.0 and Electronics AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6. The only difference between the two options is the course numbering and time required to complete Selection Procedure All classes are open to all students who meet admisTechnology and Health Division sion requirements and course prerequisites.0 current and future job market demands.0 interdisciplinary approach to prepare students to meet SOC 15 Child Development 3.0 AIRM 92B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3. Excellent opportunities Technology for employment exist in this area of training.0 Certificate T0302 PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3.0 Animation – 3D and CG Gaming or Arts Division PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors 3.0 others. explosive gases AD 5 Chemical Dependency: Prevention 1.0 Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for Select two (2) courses from: admission. and 93B. AD 6 Dual Diagnosis 3.0 disease.0 and Electronics AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses.5 AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding 1.5 Science Degree or a Certificate.0 Recommended Electives AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2. 3. The student Total Units 41.0 careers require the applicant to hold a valid A & P Certificate.5 • Subject to burns and cuts and Education • Contact with patients having different religious.Evening Systems Technology and Health Division AIRM 93B Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3. students are encouraged to be able to CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.0 and Electronics AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6.0 provides training in 3-D animation including character or modeling. Working Environment: Required Courses: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious AD 1 Alcohol/Drug Dependency 3.0 ment as a certified airframe technician in the aircraft Recommended Electives maintenance industry.0 of circumstances AD 9 Family Counseling 3.0 Certificate T0981 Fire Suppression This program prepares students to enter employ Total Units 39. and Lifespan Development .0 AIRM 90B Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3. .0 and the video game industry. Successful completion of this program enables students to take the FAA examinations in Airframe and General. 92A. Day program courses AIRM 66A and 66B are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 90A. Passing the General Exam plus the Airframe and/or Powerplant Exam provides certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician which is required for employment in this field.5 Total Units 41.0 .5 • Subject to many interruptions AD 11 Techniques of Intervention 3.

0 ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals 3. and storyboard artists for television.0 ARTC 290 Portfolio 3.0 Total Units 43. The Level II Design Concentration Certificate prepares students for employment as a design assistant or presentation specialist.Gesture and Figure 3.0 Plus the following courses: (8 Units) ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate based skills which are essential for today’s careers in animation.0 Recommended Electives ANIM 109 Advanced Principles of Animation 3.0 and Specifications ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 or ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3. character designers.Tradigital Level II Animation – Game & Interactive Multimedia Design II Arts Division Certificate L0340 This multi-level certificate program offers skills needed for creative careers that integrate animation with gaming.0 Total Units 36.0 ANIM 116 Character Development 1.0 ANIM 108 Principles of Animation 3.0 ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 and Level Design ANIM 148 Demo-Reel 1.0 ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.0 Technology and Health Division Certificate T0291 This multi-level certificate program prepares students to enter the field of architecture and related areas.0 ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.0 Recommended Electives: ANIM 137A Work Experience in New Digital Media 1. sketching and computer applications.0 ANIM 151 Game Prototype Production 3.0 Recommended Elective: ANIM 137A Work Experience 1.0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3. mobile media. and presentation skills.Tradigital Level II certificate provides additional expertise leading to employment opportunities as animators.Level I Animation . broadcast.0 PLUS one of the following courses (3 units): ANIM 145 Advanced 3-D Modeling 3. The Level I certificate provides a broad overview of the fundamental skills essential to the field. The student will prepare a portfolio of creative design assignments.0 ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3. Required Courses: Completion of the Architectural Technology Level I coursework (22 Units) ARCH 10 Design I .5 ANIM 115 Storyboarding 3. graphics. drawing.S. and special effects for the Web.Gesture and Figure 3.0 or ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 ANIM 111A Animal Drawing 1.5 ANIM 130 Introduction to 3-D Computer 3.Game & Interactive Multimedia Design Level I coursework (12 units) ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3. presentation.0 ANIM 137A Work Experience in New Digital Media 1. suitable for entry-level employment as an office assistant.0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3. This Animation . Required Courses: ARCH 10 Design I . degree and three Certificates.0 ANIM 108 Principles of Animation 3.Tradigital Level I coursework (15 units) ANIM 101A Drawing . film.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two Dimensional 3.0 ARCH 21 Design II . and special effects.0 PLUS (18 Units) ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration 3.0 ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 ANIM 132 Modeling.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Architectural Technology . or Arts Division Certificate L0338 This multi-level certificate program provides skills based on the principles of storytelling and animation using both traditional and digital media. motion graphics.0 in New Digital Media PLUS the following Level II coursework (9 units) ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3. Texture Mapping 3.0 ANIM 146 Advanced 3-D Animation 3.0 mobile content. Compositing 3. film.0 ARTC 290 Portfolio 3. Compositing 3.0 PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.5 ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 Total Units 21.0 ARTC 290 Portfolio 3.0 Technology and Health Division Certificate T0205 This Level II Design Concentration Certificate focuses upon studio design.Elements of Design 3. The Animation . Web.0 MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4. video. Required Courses: Completion of the Animation . Required Courses: Completion of Animation . The student is provided with an option of direct employment in the field or preparation for transfer to the professional school of architecture.0 and Visual Effects ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 Total Units 24.0 ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3.0 and Lighting ANIM 136 Animation Environment 3.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4. Required Courses: ANIM 101A Drawing .0 PLUS the following courses (9 units) ANIM 141 2D Game Level Design 3.0 and Visual Effects ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3.0 ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3.0 ARTD 16 Drawing: Perspective 3.5 ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3. including model-making. The program offers an A.Design Concentration Level II Architectural Technology .0 ANIM 115 Storyboarding 3.0 ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3. and gaming.0 ANIM 116 Character Development 1.0 Section 7 33 .0 Total Units 22.0 and Specifications ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.Game & Interactive Multimedia Design Level II certificate provides additional expertise for employment opportunities in areas of game design.0 Animation ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3.0 MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.Architectural Design 3.Elements of Design 3.0 ANIM 120 Script Development for Animation 3. Course content is driven by industry needs in order to provide the student with the best possible preparation for a career in animation. digital animation. audio.

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Technology and Health Division Certificate T0206 The Level III Design Concentration Certificate provides additional expertise in portfolio development and professional practice. The Level III Design Concentration Certificate prepares students for employment as an intermediate design assistant or presentation specialist. Required Courses: Completion of the Architectural Technology Design Concentration Level I and Level II coursework: (43 Units) ARCH 10 Design I - Elements of Design 3.0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.0 and Specifications ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration 3.0 ARCH 21 Design II - Architectural Design 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.0 ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 or ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 or ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3.0 or ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 PLUS the following Level III courses: (6 Units) ARCH 27 Design III - Environmental Design 3.0 ARCH 29 Design IV - Advanced Project 3.0 Select one (1) course from: (1-3 Units) ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 ARCH 26 Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3.0
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Technology and Health Division Certificate T0204 The Level III Technology Concentration Certificate provides additional expertise in advanced CAD apArchitectural Technology - Technology Concentration Level II plications and professional practice. The Level III Technology Concentration Certificate prepares students Technology and Health Division for employment as an intermediate CAD operator or Certificate T0203 production specialist. This Level II Technology Concentration Certificate focuses upon the preparation of architectural construc- Required Courses: Completion of the Architectural Technology tion documents, with emphasis on computer-aided Level I and II coursework (44 Units) design (CAD) applications. Regulatory requirements ARCH 10 Design I - Elements of Design 3.0 and an overview of construction practices are also ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 included. The student will prepare a portfolio of CAD ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.0 documentation, including 2-D and 3-D projections. and Specifications The Level II Technology Concentration Certificate prepares students for employment as a beginning CAD ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 draftsman or production specialist. MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 Required Courses: ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 Completion of the Architectural Technology ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 Level I coursework (22 Units) ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 ARCH 10 Design I - Elements of Design 3.0 ARCH 26 Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3.0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.0 INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3.0 and Specifications PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 or ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 4.0 MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 PHYS 2AG General Physics Plus the following courses: (6 Units) PLUS the Architectural Technology-Technology ARCH 28 Architectural CAD Illustration 3.0 Concentration Level II coursework: (18 Units) and Animation ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 ARCH 29 Design IV - Advanced Project PLUS Select one (1) course from: (1-3 Units) ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 3.0 ARCH 26 Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3.0 ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration ARCH 21 Design II Architectural Design 3.0 EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3.0 ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (4 Units) ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 ARCH 89 Architectural Work Experience 1.0 or EDT 26 Civil Engineering Technology and CAD 3.0 PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.0 3.0 Total Units 44.0 INSP 71 Construction Estimating Total Units 51.0 - 53.0

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Certificate T0309 This program is designed to prepare the student for a career in the fields of Building Automation, Energy Management, and Green Building Technologies. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses. Required Courses: AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals 4.0 AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals 5.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical 4.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4.0 AIRC 61 Building Automation Fundamentals 2.5 AIRC 65 Building Automation Networks 3.0 and Programming AIRC 67 Energy Management 4.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 in Microcomputers CISW 41 XML Secure Programming 3.0 CNET 56 Computer Networks 4.0 Total Units 36.5

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Business: Human Resource Management - Level II
Business Division Certificate L0534 This certificate builds upon the Level I Certificate to provide students with specific knowledge of human resource management functions. HR law, compensations systems, and an understanding of human motivation provide the student with a solid foundation from which to build a career in human resources. Required Courses: Completion of the Business: Human Resource Management - Level I coursework (9 Units). Level I as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 PLUS the Level II courses as follows: (9 Units) ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 Total Units 18.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Required Courses: Completion of Business: Human Resource Management - Level I and Level II coursework. Level I as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 Level II as follows: (9 Units) ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 Plus the Level III courses as follows: (6.5 Units) BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Total Units 24.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

PLUS Select one (1) course from: (4 Units) CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4.0 FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 GERM 1 Elementary German 4.0 ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 4.0 JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese 4.0 SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 4.0 Total Units 19.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

BUSM 50 World Culture: A Business Perspective 3.0 or ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 BUSM 52 Principles of Exporting and Importing 3.0 Total Units 28.0 Recommended Electives: BUSM 81 Work Experience in Business 1.0 BUSM 85 Special Issues in Business 2.0 BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

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Business: International - Level III
Business Division Certificate L0528 Upon completion of the Business: International Level III Certificate, students will have acquired the specific skills needed to successfully complete international business transactions. Students will gain a practical, hands-on perspective of how to compete in a global system of conflicting laws, regulations, and requirements. Completion of the Business: International Level I and II coursework (19 Units) as follows: Required Courses: Level I as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Level II as follows: (6 Units) BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (4 Units) CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4.0 FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 GERM 1 Elementary German 4.0 ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 4.0 JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese 4.0 SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 4.0 PLUS Additional required courses: Level III as follows: (9 Units) BUSL 20 International Business Law 3.0

Business: Management - Level II
Business Division Certificate L0586 This certificate builds upon the Level I Certificate to provide students with proven business tools that will enhance their management careers. Students will be exposed to projects and business simulations that will lead to measurable successes. Business presentations, business planning, team building, conflict resolution, and computer use are core skills developed in this certificate. Required Courses: Completion of Business: Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Plus the Level II courses as follows: (10 Units) BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Total Units 18.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Business: International - Level II
Business Division Certificate L0597 In the Business: International - Level II Certificate students will learn methods and approaches to managing the complexities of doing business in an international environment. Students acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to managing and marketing within the global arena. Students active in the workforce will acquire new skills that are highly desirable in a fast-paced dynamic global environment, with an emphasis on the small business perspective. Required Courses: Completion of the Business: International Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Plus Level II as follows: (6 Units) BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0

Business: Human Resource Management - Level III
Business Division Certificate L0535 Students completing the Level III Certificate will have knowledge and practical experience in business communications and computer use. Successful completion of this certificate prepares students to handle the increasing diversity and complexity of modern human resource management. Completing the advanced certificate will help those working in the human resource field to prepare for professional certification by the Human Resource Certification Institute.

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Business: Management - Level III
Business Division Certificate T0526 Upon completion of the Business: Management Level III Certificate, students will have built a foundation of management strategies and practices which will enable them to prosper in an ever-changing business environment. Students will have a strategic perspective of production, marketing, accounting, international business and human resources. Completion of the Business: Management - Level III Certificate will lead to new opportunities and provide students with a solid foundation upon which to build a management career. Required Courses: Completion of Business: Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Completion of the Business: Management Level II coursework as follows: (9.5 Units) BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Plus the Level III courses as follows: (11 Units) BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting - Financial 5.0 BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous 3.0 Quality Improvement BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 Total Units 29.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Business: Retail Management - Level II
Business Division Certificate L0591 This intermediate certificate builds upon the Level I Certificate to expose students to the various functions of managers in retail positions. Fundamentals of business organization, retail marketing and staffing provides the student a solid foundation from which to build a career in retail management. Required Courses: Completion of the Retail Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9.5 Units) BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 and Merchandising or FASH 62 Retail Buying 3.0 and Merchandising CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Plus the Level II courses as follows: (12 Units) BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Total Units 21.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Business: Retail Management - Level III
Business Division Certificate T0521 Students completing the advanced Level III Certificate will have knowledge and practical experience in business communication, leadership and financial controls. Successful completion of this certificate prepares students to handle the increasing diversity and complexity of modern retail management. Required Courses: Completion of the Retail Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9.5 Units) BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 and Merchandising or FASH 62 Retail Buying 3.0 and Merchandising CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Completion of the Retail Management - Level II coursework as follows: (12 Units) BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Plus the Level III courses as follows: (11 Units) BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting - Financial 5.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3.0 Total Units 32.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Business: Small Business Management - Level II
Business Division Certificate L0588 The Business: Small Business Management - Level II Certificate provides students with practical small business tools. This certificate focuses on issues such as motivation, teamwork, and leadership skills that lead to enhanced productivity through the development of people. Completion of this certificate will lead to new career opportunities for those currently employed in the small business arena. Required Courses: Completion of Business: Small Business Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Plus the Level II courses as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 Total Units 18.0 Special Information: Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level II Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

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Business: Small Business Management - Level III
Business Division Certificate T0590 Upon completion of the Business: Small Business Management - Level III Certificate, students will have built a foundation of management strategies and practices which will enable them to prosper in an ever-changing small business environment. Computer skills applicable to small business will be developed. Students will have a strategic perspective across all small business functions. Students will acquire the skills and abilities necessary to build a successful small business career. Required Courses: Completion of Business: Small Business Management - Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Completion of Business: Small Business Management - Level II coursework as follows: (9 Units) BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 Plus the Level III courses as follows: (11.5 Units) BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting - Financial 5.0 BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous 3.0 Quality Improvement CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Total Units 29.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.

Children’s Program Certificate: Administration
Business Division Certificate T1313 The Children’s Program Certificate: Administration Specialization is designed for the student who desires general knowledge about Early Childhood Development and skills in administering programs for young children. This certificate meets or exceeds Title 22 education requirements for Center Director. Direct experience with children is highly recommended to complete preparation to be an effective administrator. Required Courses Completion of Childrens Program Certificate: General - Level II as follows: (19 units) CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 Curriculum CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.0 and Lifespan Development - Honors CHLD 64 Health, Safety and Nutrition 3.0 of Young Children CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline 1.0 in Child Development Settings PLUS Select three (3) courses from: (9 units) CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 63 Creative Sciencing and Math 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3.0 PLUS Additional required courses: (11 units) CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3.0 CHLD 71A Administration of Child Development 3.0 Programs CHLD 71B Management/Marketing/Personnel 3.0 for ECD Programs

CHLD 75 Supervising Adults in Early Childhood 2.0 Settings PLUS Select four (4) units from: Note: Your four (4) unit selection should not include any course you have previously taken. BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0 CHLD 72 Teacher, Parent, 3.0 and Child Relationships CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3.0 CHLD 82 Advocacy in Child Development 1.0 CHLD 83 Current Issues in Child Development 1.0 Total Units 43.0

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Children’s Program Certificate: General - Level III
Business Division Certificate L1327 The Children’s Program Certificate: General Level III increases skills in planning for children by focusing on different areas of curriculum. With 175 days of experience and the completion of 16 specific G.E. units in Areas A, B, C and D, this certificate meets the Title 5 education requirements for a fully qualified teacher. Required Courses: Completion of Children’s Program Certificate: General - Level I and Level II coursework (19 Units) CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices in Child 3.0 Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 Curriculum CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3.0 CHLD 64 Health, Safety and Nutrition 3.0 of Young Children CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline 1.0 in Child Development Settings PLUS Select three (3) Level III courses from: (9 Units) CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3.0 CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 63 Creative Sciencing and Math 3.0 for Young Children CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3.0 Total Units 28.0

Children’s Program Certificate: General - Level II
Business Division Certificate L1328 The Children’s Program Certificate: General Level II enhances the student’s knowledge beyond Level I, providing additional skills and knowledge working with children. This certificate focuses on safe and healthy environments, working appropriately with children with special needs and the use of appropriate discipline techniques. Completion may lead to salary increase based on units earned. Required Courses: Completion of Children’s Program Certificate: General - Level I coursework: (12 Units) CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 Curriculum CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3.0 Plus the Level II courses as follows: (7 Units) CHLD 64 Health, Safety and Nutrition 3.0 of Young Children CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline 1.0 in Child Development Settings Total Units 19.0

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Children’s Program Certificate: Teaching
Business Division Certificate T1312 The Children’s Program Certificate: Teaching Specialization is designed for the student who desires knowledge about Early Childhood Development and skills for teaching young children. This certificate meets or exceeds Title 22 education requirements for fully qualified teachers and is expected to meet or exceed Title 5 education requirements for Teacher Level (with 16 units of G.E. English, Math or Science, Social Science and Humanities). Required Courses: CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 Curriculum CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.0 and Lifespan Development - Honors CHLD 64 Health, Safety and Nutrition 3.0 of Young Children CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline 1.0 in Child Development Settings Plus the following courses: (14 Units) CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3.0 CHLD 66 Early Childhood Development 2.0 Observation CHLD 66L Early Childhood Development 1.0 Observation Laboratory CHLD 67 Early Childhood Education 2.0 Practicum CHLD 67L Early Childhood Education 1.0 Practicum Laboratory CHLD 69 Early Childhood Development 2.0 Field Work Seminar CHLD 75 Supervising Adults in Early 2.0 Childhood Settings
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Microcomputer Applications 3.5 Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC) 4.0 Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0 Digital Electronics 4.0 Total Units 29.0 - 29.5

Computer and Networking Technology - Level II
Technology and Health Division Certificate T0726 The Computer and Networking Technology Level I and II certificate programs prepare students to become computer and networking service technicians. Courses required for the Level I certificate provide foundations in basic electricity and electronics, operating systems, computer service and troubleshooting, and preparation for the A+ certification examination sponsored by CompTIA and offered at testing centers throughout the country. In addition to the Level I certificate requirements, students seeking the Level II certificate cover computer networks, servers, and customer relations, and will take preparatory courses for the CompTIA Network+, Server+, and Security+ certification exams. These industry certifications are recognized worldwide as benchmarks for the computer and networking technician. Further, students will have requisite skills upon which to seek additional I.T. certifications available for the computer and networking fields. Required Courses: Completion of the Computer and Networking Technology - Level I coursework as follows: (29.0-29.5 Units) CNET 50 PC Servicing 4.0 CNET 52 PC Operating Systems 4.0 CNET 54 PC Troubleshooting 4.0 CNET 60 A+ Certification Preparation 2.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 in Microcomputers or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits - Direct Current (DC) 4.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0

ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.0 Plus the Level II courses as follows: (12 Units) CNET 56 Computer Networks 4.0 CNET 62 Network+ Certification Preparation 2.0 CNET 64 Server+ Certification Preparation 2.0 CNET 66 Security+ Certification Preparation 2.0 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.0 Total Units 41.0 - 41.5 Recommended Electives ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.0 ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 4.0 EST 54 Cabling and Wiring Standards 4.0

Computer and Networking Technology - Level I
Technology and Health Division Certificate L0795 The Computer and Networking Technology Level I and II certificate programs prepare students to become computer and networking service technicians. Courses required for the Level I certificate provide foundations in basic electricity and electronics, operating systems, computer service and troubleshooting, and preparation for the A+ certification examination sponsored by CompTIA and offered at testing centers throughout the country. Level I certificate students learn to install, configure, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair computers and networks. With further preparation leading to the Level II certificate, students will ready themselves for the CompTIA Network+, Server+, and Security+ certification tests. These industry certifications are recognized worldwide as benchmarks for the computer and networking technician. Further, students will have requisite skills upon which to seek additional I.T. certifications available for the computer and networking fields. Required Courses: CNET 50 PC Servicing 4.0 CNET 52 PC Operating Systems 4.0 CNET 54 PC Troubleshooting 4.0 CNET 60 A+ Certification Preparation 2.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 in Microcomputers or

Computer Graphics - Multimedia Specialist
Arts Division Certificate L0323 The Multimedia Specialist Certificate provides the professional computer graphic training by developing two and three dimensional digital imagery characterized by the fusion of artistic and technical theories, and the mastery of craft skills and techniques in audio and video content. Additionally, students will receive preparation for careers involving aspects of technological development and design. Because of their training and experience, multimedia specialists will have the ability to start up their own business or work with a company specializing in multimedia technology to become animators, systems analysts, layout designers, webmasters, and internet researchers. Other careers involve filmmakers, photographers, multimedia artists, directors, and computer game designers. Courses typically cover a wide range of topics from creating photorealistic 3D models and environments, storyboarding, object animation, creating and editing audio loops, videos, and preparing multimedia presentations; and other software and hardware processes involved in producing digital multimedia content. Students pursuing a Baccalaureate Degree should be guided in their selections of lower-division courses by an advisor of the institution they expect to apply to. Required Courses: GRAP 8 Fundamentals of Digital Media 3.0 GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0

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0 FCS 41 Life Management 3. image editing.0 education. screen Certificate B0326 printing. Positions include.0 in Corrections CORS 40 Crime and Delinquency 3.0 Certificate L0924 and Specifications In addition to courses in electronics fundamentals.0 CORS 25 Probation and Parole 3.0 CORS 45 The Violent Offender 3. quick printing or personal e-publishing tion of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers Consumer Relations activities. Recommended Electives: artistic and technical theories.). and community advocates.R. The discipline addresses definitions. but are not other software and hardware processes involved in and Troubleshooting producing two-dimensional digital imagery. Required Courses: ADJU 68 Administration of Justice 3.Print Specialist passes advanced coursework in computer systems INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3.0 Totals Units 15. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 systems courses at once.0 Report Writing CORS 10 Introduction to Correctional Sciences 3. quantification.0 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2. Courses typically cover a wide ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3. and natural sciences to the social phenomenon of crime and delinquency. digital imaging. and research in both criminal and civil aspects. and finance.0 This achievement certificate presents students and professional practitioners with a series of courses offering 2D. range of topics from practical color management.0 of the Offender CORS 20 Correctional Law 3.0 GRAP 40 Computer Graphics Special Topics 2. or who complete them one at computer graphics training developing two-dimen Total Units 23. their selection of lower-division courses by an advisor ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.A. telecommunications.0 GRAP 18 3D Graphics Imagery 3.S.0 Administration of Justice. A.0 ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections 3. including microcontrollers and microprocesArts Division INSP 71 Construction Estimating 3.0 ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.0 those who seek immediate Consumer Relations employment in non-profit agencies.0 PLUS Select four (4) courses from: (12 Units) ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3.0 Total Units 20. client pursuing a Baccalaureate Degree should be guided in ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. greeting cards.0 ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 3. ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4. electronic publishing and ELEC 12 Computer Simulation 2.S.0 GRAP 20 Multimedia Graphics 3. packaging. treatment and rehabilitation. Additionally. government. procedures.0 Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2. while students completing certificate programs are automatically eligible for the N.0 A.0 eligible to receive.0 class Technician License from the National Associacompasses many segments: general commercial printing pre-press. or business such as utilities.0 BUSA 71 Personal Financial Planning Total Units 30. 3DE and multimedia content preparation skills and mastery.0 or GRAP 8 Fundamentals of Digital Media 3.0 BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3. Two other certificate programs are also availsional digital imagery characterized by the fusion of able: a one-year certificate in Electronics Technology.0 . This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 a time.0 circuitry. and Forestry 39 Section 7 . digital and electronic printing and publishing skills and mastery. social.0 Total Units 20.0 GRAP 30 Digital Productions 3.0 GRAP 30 Digital Productions 3.0 GRAP 40 Computer Graphics Special Topics 2.0 for students who do not complete all second-year The Print Specialist Certificate provides professional MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 craft skills and techniques. Fire Technology. the ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 Total Units 30. prevention. and the mastery of 3.0 Required Courses: 4.Direct Current (DC) 4.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 GRAP 16 Illustrator Graphics 3. newspaper and (N.0 Required Courses: of the institution they expect to apply to.0 related government jobs. and trade Required Courses: and finishing services.0 GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3. Technology and Health Division Certificate L0920 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following completion of courses. magazine.0 FCS 80 Personal Financial Planning 3. students will and a two-year certificate having the same title as the ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses Computer Systems Technology Required Courses: Technology and Health Division ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4. PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Construction Inspection Correctional Sciences Technology and Health Division Certificate T2103 Correctional Sciences is the application of law.0 limited to: consumer affairs representatives. causation.0 ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures 3.0 CORS 35 Interviewing and Counseling 3. Business Division book printing. This advanced certificate is one of three available Certificate L0322 INSP 87 Fund Construct Inspect 3. 3. without further examination.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate GRAP 12 Photoshop Imagery Extended 3.E. in Microcomputers workflow.0 GRAP 9 Digital Color Management 3. Issues.T.0 CORS 30 Ethnic Relations in Corrections 3.0 Computer Graphics Computer Systems Technology certificate encomINSP 17 Legal Aspects/Construct 3.0 CORS 15 Control and Supervision 3. a 3rd ly been referred as to the printing business which enINSP 67 Reading Construction Drawings 3. Students ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1. degree.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1. label 4th Class Technician license This program provides semi-professional traing for and tag printing.0 FCS 51 Consumer Skills.0 sors.A.0 and Strategies GRAP 15 InDesign Graphics 3. business forms printing.E.T. thermography.R.0 of the Justice System ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation 3.0 This achievement certificate presents students and professional practitioners with a series of courses offering commercial graphics. discovery. degree recipients are automatically receive preparation for careers in what has traditionalEDT 26 Civil Engineering Technology and CAD 3. financial and legal printing.

Level II Technology and Health Division Certificate L0928 The Level II certification (12-13 units) adds customer relations skills and the installation.0 Digital Electronics 4. field engineer.0 ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3. Required courses for ELEC 62 Advanced Surface Mount Assembly 2.0 (ECET) certificate program prepares individuals either Recommended Electives: for initial employment or for enhancement of existing CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.T.0 Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. to provide students with quality.0 License Preparation Total Units 27. multiplexing.0 Total Units 34. All students completing This advanced certificate is one of three available the certificate program are automatically eligible to for students who do not complete all second-year receive.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (2-4 Units) EST 64 Electronic Troubleshooting . Two other certificate programs are also availRadio and Telecommunications Engineers (N. Required Courses: ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 for Cable Installations EST 54 Cabling and Wiring Standards 4. Required Courses: ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3. or for transfer into B.R. Among the topics covered are amplitude ees.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3. Either a course on preparing for the C-7 license or troubleshooting digital TV with LCD. without further examination. In addition to expos. These core courses provide the necessary skills for those seeking entry-level employment as electronics technicians without areas of specialization. ELEC 53 Communications Circuits 4.29. degree program except for the college 4. and electronics technician. state-of-the-art equipment In addition to courses in electronics fundamentals.0 4th Class Technician license.0 programs are automatically eligible for the N.0 Microwave Communications 4. while students completing certificate ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. maintenance technician.0 Technology and Health Division ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 4.0 in Microcomputers PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Electronics and Computer .0 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.I 4.EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I nology offered in the CSU system.0 Communications Circuits 4. Also included is a course in customerrelations training. and industrial electronic controls.0 EST 70 C-7 Low Voltage Systems 2. hands-on learning the Electronics Communications certificate program experiences.0 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4. degree recipients are automatically in Microcomputers eligible to receive. ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4. the program includes coursework in advanced Electronics Communications areas including microcontrollers and interfacing.0 ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.0 & Home Security Systems EST 62 Electronic Troubleshooting. A. well as microwave systems.0 Total Units 45.0 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.PHYS 2AG General Physics ing students to core topics such as components and circuits. including radar and satelcommunications technician. and radio-wave propagation.0 ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.0 in Microcomputers ELEC 12 Computer Simulation 2.0 40 2013-14 Mt.R. Nearly Certificate T0904 all laboratories have new.0 and Rework the certificate — many of which articulate directly ELEC 76 FCC General Radiotelephone Operator 2.0 class Technician License from the National Associa and Troubleshooting tion of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .E.0 Certificate T0906 The Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2. 3.S.E.Engineering Technology ELEC 12 ELEC 50A ELEC 50B ELEC 51 ELEC 53 ELEC 55 ELEC 56 ELEC 61 TECH 60 Computer Simulation 2.A. encompasses the study of both wire-based and Students completing the ECET certificate program wireless forms of analog and digital communications possess ample skills to make them versatile employsystems. field service technician. customer service technician.0 ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.Direct Current (DC) 4.E.S.0 Plus the following courses: (10 Units) EST 56 Home Theater.0 . degree.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. Required Courses: and a two-year certificate having the same title as the ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 in Microcomputers or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 Required Courses: ELEC 54A Industrial Electronics 4.0 skills in the electronics field. calibration.0 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.). a 3rd ELEC 12 Computer Simulation 2. com. Typical technician-level job classifications include and frequency modulation.A.0 General Education requirement.S.0 ELEC 55 Microwave Communications 4.0 and Rework ELEC 54B Industrial Electronic Systems 3.Technology and Health Division munications.T. able: a one-year certificate in Electronics Technology.R.0 ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.T. without further examination.S. the 4th class systems courses at once.0 and Troubleshooting Electronic Circuits .0 ELEC 62 Advanced Surface Mount Assembly 2.5 Recommended Electives: ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.0 and Troubleshooting ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . Home Integration 4.II 4. computer transmission lines.0 for Cable Installations EST 52 Fabrication Techniques 4.0 Electronics Technology Technology and Health Division Certificate L0905 This one-year program covers the fundamentals of electronics technology.5 EST 50 Electrical Fundamentals 4.0 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3. and home security systems. lite operations.0 (N.0 programs in Electronics Technology or Industrial Tech.0 A.0 to their equivalents at the CSUs are the same as for License Preparation the ECET A. setup maintenance and troubleshooting of home theater.). as service technician. antennas.0 Total Units 26. plasma and DLP video displays is included. or who complete them one at technician license from the National Association of a time.A.Direct Current (DC) 4.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents Electronic Systems Technology . home automation.Direct Current (DC) 4. San Antonio College Catalog .

R. or who complete them one at to work on ambulances and in the fire service.0 six (6) months of pre-hospital field experience as an EMT-I (approximately 1. The placement tests are administered by the Assessment Center.0 EMS 30 Pharmacology for Paramedics 2.A. per state regulations.0 PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. students must maintain tion Programs) and approved by the Los Angeles curriculum culminates in the study of programmable County Department of Health Services as meeting a grade of “C” (80 percent) or better in all courses logic controls (PLCs) using the Allen-Bradley series of and exceeding the minimum standards as specified and receive a grade of “C” (80 percent) or better on PLCs running Windows ladder logic software. One official transcript must be sent to the Health Science Programs Office.Honors 3. the Certificate T1281 to help you determine which of those electives would Industrial Systems curriculum encompasses advanced This Paramedic Program is accredited by CAAHEP best suit your career plans.E.0 the last 2 years.Honors 3. Preparation for Paramedic Program. EMS 10 Anatomy and Physiology 2. San Antonio College. he/she will for Paramedics ELEC 12 Computer Simulation 2.5 not be allowed to re-enter the Paramedic program at and Troubleshooting EMS 40 Cardiology for Paramedics 5.S.A. accreditation exam. Paramedic Fundamentals and Selection and EMS 2. Ext.0 recognized EMS agency verifying completion of Total Units 33. without further examination. programs are automatically eligible for the N.0 EMS 70 Paramedic Clinical Internship 4. If the student wishes to repeat the program. The To remain in the program. EMT .0 FIRE 1 Fire Protection Organization 3.S.0 4) Submit an application for the Paramedic Program to the Health Science Programs Office Electronics: Industrial Systems Emergency Medical Technician . 4th Class Technician license. You should Certificate T0908 meet with a professor of Emergency Medical Services Technology and Health Division In addition to courses in electronics fundamentals. Fire Science and college work other than Mt. (N. he/she will be dropped from the of a Paramedic Field Preceptor. ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . the English placement examination is not required. P) is an individual who is educated and trained during Technician . A physical examination. The Paramedic Program begins three (3) times per year.R.0 EMS 50 Paramedic Skills Competency 5.5 In addition to meeting the Mt.0 a Success Plan and Contract will be developed with Required Courses: the faculty to increase the student’s chances of success for Paramedics ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3. in August. All applications are dated upon receipt in the Health Science Programs Office. January and May and runs for 29 weeks.200 hours) within or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology . It is designed to train paramedics background check. the Math Placement Test and Degrees of Reading Power test at least 10 working days before the start of the pre-courses EMS 1 and EMS 2. Successful completion of EMS 1.5 prior to re-entry. coursework in industrial electronics. Placement examinations will be individually assessed to determine eligibility for the pre-courses. degree. One transcript must be sent to the Health Science Programs Office.EMS 60. students are given a certificate a time. San Antonio College’s ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.E.5 in good standing and satisfy the following requireELEC 54B Industrial Electronic Systems 3. ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate The Emergency Medical Services faculty recommend that you complement your studies with selected Technology and Health Division elective courses chosen from the list above. EXAMPLE: Mt. Forms and information Section 7 41 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE .0 EMS 20 Emergency Cardiac Care 1.0 3) File a College application and be accepted as a student at Mt. NOTE: If the course(s) were taken and/or the degree obtained at Mt. Forward two (2) official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school. For students who possess a college degree. class Technician License from the National Associaand then eight (8) weeks of Field Externship as a prac.EMT Program Readmission Policy tion of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers ticing Paramedic under the guidance and supervision If the student fails any of the co-requisite courses. the other to the Admissions and Records Office.). Required Courses: program. If the student withdraws or is dis in Microcomputers missed from the program a second time.T. degree recipients are automatically lasting 16 weeks. 4750. while students completing certificate EMS 10 .0 Recommended Electives: 1) Be an EMT-I. applicants must be ELEC 54A Industrial Electronics 4. However.0 ments: ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4. or SOC 1H Sociology . including elecSpecial Information: (Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Educatronic devices for industrial and motor controls. Before starting in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations and This advanced certificate is one of three available in clinical rotations. all final exams. Two other certificate programs are also availThe Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT.Paramedic (EMT-P) program.0 EMS 60 EMS Theory for Paramedics 8. Students are and a two-year certificate having the same title as the an intensive (32-hours per week) didactic program then eligible for licensure by taking and passing both A.I.0 ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3. SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 Mt.0 2) Submit a letter on official stationery from a TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.Paramedic (EMT-P) 5) 6) 7) 8) (909) 274-7500. Upon successful completion of systems courses at once.T. SAC.0 EMS 80 Paramedic Field Externship 9. a 3rd Clinical Internship in a hospital (40-hours per week).0 academic standards for admission. proof of certain immunizations and a criminal background check are required of all candidates after acceptance to the program and before entrance into the clinical setting.Direct Current (DC) 4.0 Total Units 38. San Antonio College courses). San Antonio College. students must pass a criminal the federal Department of Transportation national for students who do not complete all second-year standard curriculum. the required courses. currently certified in California. This is followed by five (5) weeks of the National Registry Exam and County Paramedic eligible to receive.documenting completion of the Emergency Medical able: a one-year certificate in Electronics Technology.0 Application Requirements: ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. it will be necessary for students to obtain two (2) official copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued. located in the Student Services Center. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut CA 91789-1399. Take the Assessment of Written English. it is not necessary to request transcripts. A. the other to the Admissions and Records Office.

0 EDT 28 Engineering CAD 3-D 3. students may qualify for an entry-level design and pattern making positions in Southern California’s diverse apparel industry and the entertainEngineering Design Technology ment industry that support the largest number .0 . pushing.0 EDT 14 Mechanical Design 3. In addition.Direct Current (DC) 4 .Direct Current (DC) 4 . Upon completion of the Fashion Design: Level I Certificate. See the Mt.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4. FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3.Level II Technology and Health Division Certificate T0915 The Engineering Design Technology Level II Certificate is designed to provide focused technical grounding and exposes students to parametric design technology. ALL APPLICANTS ARE EXPECTED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM.0 EDT 24 Engineering CAD 3-D Solids 3.Level I Technology and Health Division Certificate L0900 The Engineering Design Technology Level I Certificate is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the technical and computer-aided drafting design fields.0 EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3. extensive or considerable standing/walking.0 Level II as follows: (12-14 Units) EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3. sexual orientation.Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4. psychological and physical disabilities and under a wide variety or circumstances • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposure to products containing latex 42 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the EMT-P program. students are encouraged to be able to speak. culture. San Antonio College Catalog .0 or MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2. beyond entry level.0 emphasizing three-dimensional illustration and FASH 17 Textiles 3.21.0 2013-14 Mt.0 Fashion Design .0 .Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (2-4 Units) ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. students will be prepared in fundamental working practices related to the technical design field. Upon completion of the Level I Certificate.0 Plus the following courses: (6 Units) EDT 26 Civil Engineering Technology and CAD 3. EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. This certificate enables students to pursue competitive employment in the technical design field.0 EDT 14 Mechanical Design 3.0 focuses on the civil and structural design fields.0 MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.41. Requirements vary depending on specialty and institution and may include areas such as math at the levels of calculus or trigonometry at a minimum. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Contact with patients having different religious.0 employment in the civil design fields.Direct Current (DC) 4 .0 animation.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4.Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4.0 The Engineering Design Technology Level III Certificate FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3. drug testing may be required as part of the physical examination and/or requested by the college or its agents.Level I Business Division Certificate L1397 The Fashion Design: Level I Certificate is designed to introduce the student to the employment opportunities available in both fashion design and costume design.0 and Surfaces ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . Required Courses: Level I as follows: (19-21 Units) EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3.Direct Current (DC) 4 .0 . race.0 .0 or MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 Special Information: Students interested in pursuing transfer and a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology are advised to verify with each transfer institution specific requirements for transfer and appropriate courses.0 EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3. Engineering Design Technology . Technology and Health Division Required Courses: Certificate T0916 3.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable.0 Illustration/Animation Total Units 37.0 and Surfaces ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 Plus the following courses: (12-14 Units) EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3.0 Total Units 19.Direct Current (DC) 4. This certificate allows students to pursue FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3. kneeling and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color Vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devices) • Distance Vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near Vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.0 or MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 or MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. stooping. Required Courses: EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3.0 ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . and or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) • Perform considerable reaching. positioning. lifting. FASH 30 Fashion Design 3. SAC catalog under either Engineering or Surveying for a list of transferable engineering courses.0 EDT 24 Engineering CAD 3-D Solids 3. ethnicity.0 ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 .35.0 EDT 14 Mechanical Design 3. write and read English to complete classes successfully and to ensure safety for themselves and others. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents.0 Engineering Design Technology .0 Total Units 31.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4. bending.0 .Level III of employees and contributes significantly to the economy of the region.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents will be provided upon acceptance into the program.0 Required Courses: and Product Development I Level I as follows: (19-21 Units) Total Units 18.

0 Merchandising and Retail FASH 90 Field Studies 1.0 ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV 3.5 KINF 53 Physical Training 2.New York FASH 92 Field Studies .0 2.New York FASH 92 Field Studies .0 FASH 20 Illustration for Fashion 3.0 FASH 30 Fashion Design 3.0 2. Students will be exposed FIRE 1 FIRE 2 Fire Prevention Technology 3.0 Certificate L2105 The Fire Science Certificate has been developed to offer pre-employment education for the undergraduate who Fashion Merchandising .0 FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3.Fashion Capitals 3.0 FASH 30 Fashion Design and Product 3. Required Courses: Level I as follows: (18 Units) FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3.0 Total Units 30.0 Required Courses: for Fire Protection Completion of the Fashion Merchandising FIRE 5 Fire Behavior and Combustion 3.0 1.Level I FASH 62 Retail Buying 3.0 Technology and Health Division FASH 92 Field Studies .0 ARTC 200 Web Design 3.0 FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3. This Graphic Design Level II certificate offers additional expertise necessary for employment opportunities in the field of Graphic Design.0 Plus the Level II coursework as follows: (12 Units) FASH 9 History of Costume and Fashion 3. and promotion businesses.0 Recommended Electives: FASH 92 Field Studies Fashion Capitals 3.0 their merchandising and management career potential. FIRE 4 Building Construction 3.0 Required Courses: or FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3.5 .0 3.0 of merchandising and marketing.0 FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3.0 FASH 81 Work Experience in Fashion 1.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Recommended Electives: FASH 24 Fashion Patternmaking by Computer FASH 35 Special Topics in Fashion Design FASH 81 Work Experience in Fashion Merchandising and Retail FASH 90 Field Studies FASH 91 Field Studies .0 FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3.0 and Costume Design FASH 21 Patternmaking I 3.0 FASH 30 Fashion Design 3.Fashion Capitals 3.0 FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3. Students intending to pursue a Bachelor’s Deto build upon the Fashion Merchandising Level I Certificate gree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 FASH 17 Textiles 3.0 FASH 23 Patternmaking II 3.0 FASH 81 Work Experience in Fashion Merchandising and Retail and Product Development I 1. Completion of the Fashion Design: Level II Certificate will lead to new opportunities and provide students with a solid foundation upon which to build a career.0 and Management FIRE 9 Fire Hydraulics 3. manufacturing.0 FASH 17 Textiles 3.0 ARTC 120 Graphic Design II 3. FASH 63 Fashion Retailing and Promotion 3.Level II Business Division Certificate T1389 The Fashion Design: Level II Certificate builds upon the Level I Certificate to provide students with intermediate skills that will enhance their Fashion Design careers.5 for the Basic Fire Academy Total Units 23.0 FASH 24 Fashion Patternmaking by Computer 3. and textile attributes and characteristics.Fashion Capitals Fashion Design .0 Section 7 43 .0 FASH 17 Textiles 3. Students will be exposed to additional categories and classifications of apparel and will further research and design products for divergent target markets.0 to projects and visual display simulations that will enhance FIRE 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems 3. and other media channels.0 FIRE 8 Fire Company Organization 3.0 FASH 12 Clothing Construction II 3. Students are given a balanced blend of creative. to provide students with proven business and management tools that will increase their practical understanding Required Courses: Fire Protection Organization 3.0 Fashion Merchandising .0 Development I Plus the Level II coursework as follows: (21 Units) FASH 9 History of Costume and Fashion 3. Students will prepare professional portfolios to strengthen career perspectives.0 Total Units 39.0 Business Division and Merchandising Certificate L0314 or The Fashion Merchandising Level I Certificate prepares BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 1.0 BUSS 33 Advertising and Promotion FASH 66 Visual Merchandising Display 3.0 2.0 FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3.0 Recommended Electives: FASH 35 Special Topics in Fashion Design FASH 81 Work Experience in Fashion Merchandising and Retail FASH 90 Field Studies FASH 91 Field Studies .Level II desires to enter the field of fire science. Required Courses: Completion of the Graphic Design Level I coursework (15 units): ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3. The production software reflects industry standards and course content is driven by industry needs.0 2.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 FIRE 11 Fire App & Equipment 3. and technology skills necessary to develop successful graphic design for print.5-19 Units) FIRE 7 Fire Tactics & Strategy 3.0 Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2.0 Fire Technology FASH 91 Field Studies . Fire Technology.0 ARTC 140 Graphic Design III 3.0 1.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1. web.New York 2.0 the holder for entry-level positions in a variety of retail and Merchandising merchandising.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 FIRE 12 Wildland Fire Control 4.0 FASH 90 Field Studies FASH 91 Field Studies New York 2.0 3.37.0 Recommended Electives: 1.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 FASH 22 Fashion Design By Draping 3.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1. design.0 1. It also provides Business Division the employed firefighter an opportunity for a professional Certificate L1303 The Fashion Merchandising Level II Certificate is designated education.0 Administration of Justice.0 and Product Development I 3.0 FIRE 10 Arson and Fire Investigation 3.0 FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3.5 FIRE 86 Basic Fire Academy 14.0 PLUS Select two (2) courses from: (5. and Forestry PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Graphic Design – Level II Arts Division Certificate T0321 This multi-level certificate program is designed to prepare students for careers in the Graphic Design field of Communication Art.0 Total Units 18.0 Level I coursework as follows: (18 Units) FIRE 6 Hazardous Materials/ICS 3. Students will have a strategic view of historic costume research.

0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Hospitality: Hospitality Management .0 ANIM 130 Introduction to 3-D Computer 3.0 IDE 120 Introduction to CAD 3. Students are introduced to product development from design through prototyping and fabrication for manufacturing.0 IDE 150 Design Foundations 3.0 .0 Industrial Design Engineering . Portfolio or prototype development is required on each of the semester levels.Level III Technology and Health Division Certificate T0328 This program is designed to prepare the student for a career in a wide range of industries including product and industrial design firms and fabrication and manufacturing companies. All courses are applicable for degree requirements. and fabrication.0 IDE 170 Introduction to Prototyping 3. Required Courses: HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3.0 HRM 66 Hospitality Law 3. Portfolio or prototype development is required on each of the semester levels.Direct Current (DC) 4 .0 Animation ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 Total Units 34.0 Required Electives: Select one (1) course from the following: (3 units) ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals 3.0 ARTC 280 Commercial Art Studio 4.0 .Level II Certificate prepares students for mid-level or Manager-InTraining positions in the hospitality industry. Students gain practical and management training in: dining room service management.0 Total Units 19.0 IDE 160 Intermediate CAD 3.0 IDE 210 Advanced Media 3.0 44 2013-14 Mt.” which is a portfolio that includes two and three-dimensional design.0 IDE 130 Shop Processes 3.0 Recommended Electives: ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 IDE 150 Design Foundations 3.0 and Materials Total Units 36.0 IDE 120 Introduction to CAD 3.0 ELEC 81 Laboratory Studies in Electronics 1.0 IDE 150 Design Foundations 3. Required Courses: AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 1.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4. documentation (accountability measures).0 Total Units 18.0 WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. Compositing 3. This project will demonstrate the student’s mastery of the concepts and methodologies learned during the program.0 HRM 70 Introduction to Lodging 3.0 ELEC 81 Laboratory Studies in Electronics 1.0 Horse Ranch Management Natural Sciences Division Certificate L0102 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills on horse ranches and agriculture sales and services.0 WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 IDE 130 Shop Processes 3.0 and Visual Effects ARTD 21 Design: Color and Composition 3.Level II Technology and Health Division Certificate L0329 This program is designed to prepare the student for a career in a wide range of industries including product and industrial design firms and fabrication and manufacturing companies.0 WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 2. Students are introduced to product development from design through prototyping and fabrication for manufacturing.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents PLUS the following courses: (16 units) ARTC 160 Typography 3.0 IDE 230 Introduction to Mechanical Principles 3.0 HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3.0 Industrial Design Engineering Level I Technology and Health Division Certificate L0327 This program is designed to prepare the student for a career in a wide range of industries including product and industrial design firms and fabrication and manufacturing companies.0 AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3.0 IDE 120 Introduction to CAD 3.0 Technology MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3.0 IDE 220 Advanced CAD 3. presentation.0 WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 2.0 AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4.0 ELEC 81 Laboratory Studies in Electronics 1.0 IDE 210 Advanced Media 3.0 Total Units 27.0 Industrial Design Engineering .0 ARTC 240 Multimedia Design 3.0 IDE 170 Introduction to Prototyping 3.0 HRM 64 Hospitality Financial Accounting 3.0 IDE 230 Introduction to Mechanical Principles 3.Level II Business Division Certificate L1325 The Hospitality Management .0 AGLI 19 Horse Hoof Care 2. Required Courses: IDE 110 Design Foundation-Visual Literacy 3.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 Technology MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 IDE 220 Advanced CAD 3.0 IDE 160 Intermediate CAD 3. In the Level Three certificate.0 IDE 270 Manufacturing Processes 3.0 IDE 170 Introduction to Prototyping 3.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3.0 IDE 130 Shop Processes 3.0 HRM 56 Hospitality Supervision 3.0 WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 2.0 .0 AGLI 97 Artificial Insemination 2.0 IDE 250 Product Design and Viability 6.0 Total Units 18. Students are introduced to product development from design through prototyping and fabrication for manufacturing.Direct Current (DC) 4 . Students who successfully complete the requirements for this certificate will also be required to complete a minimum of 60 non-paid or 75 paid hours of work experience in the hospitality industry.0 IDE 160 Intermediate CAD 3.Direct Current (DC) 4 .0 Recommended Electives: ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . Portfolio or prototype development is required on each of the semester levels.0 HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 1.4.0 WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. financial accounting.0 Recommended Electives: ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .Special Projects ARTC 290 Portfolio 3. San Antonio College Catalog .0 or AGLI 18 Horse Ranch Management 4.0 Recommended Elective: ARTC 299 Graphic Design Internship 1.0 AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3. Required Courses: IDE 110 Design Foundation-Visual Literacy 3.0 Technology MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4. supervision. lodging management.21. and hospitality law. this will culminate in a final “senior project. Required Courses: IDE 110 Design Foundation-Visual Literacy 3.

0 Curriculum CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3.0 ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3. ID 14 History of Furniture 3.0 an assistant to a designer. This permit authorizes the holder to provide service in the care.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Infant/Toddler Development Business Division Certificate T1318 The Infant/Toddler Certificate provides specialized skills and knowledge for working with infants and toddlers. Safety and Nutrition 3.0 The Interior Design: Level II Certificate builds upon the ID 12 Materials and Products 3.0 ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3. This certificate may aid in the student’s search for an intermediate position as an assistant to a designer.0 Completion of the Interior Design: Level I ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design II 3. Family.0 ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3. B.0 for Young Children CHLD 64 Health. With 350 days of experience.0 Design and is accredited by the national Kitchen and Required courses for Kitchen and Bath SpecialBath Association. 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Interior Design: Level III Business Division Certificate T0305 The Interior Design: Level III Certificate builds upon the Level II coursework to provide students with advanced skills that will enhance their Interior Design careers. This certificate may aid in the ID 41 Kitchen and Bath Studio II 3.0 to strengthen career perspectives. the planning of space and studio coursework as follows: (24 Units) design. Required Courses: Interior Design: Level II Completion of the Interior Design: Level I Business Division coursework as follows: (9 Units) Certificate T0304 ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3.0 and Child Relationships Total Units 30. business practices and studio design.0 for Interior Design Business Division or Certificate T0306 Business Practices for Interior Design 3.0 for Interior Design Interior Design Kitchen and Bath Specialization Required courses for Level II as follows: (24 Units) ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3. advanced computer applications. and D and 2 adult supervision units.0 Certified Bath Designer (CBD) upon graduation to Independent Studies in Interior Design 1.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design II 3.0 for Interior Design ID 14 History of Furniture 3.0 upon the Level III Certificate to provide students (1 .0 ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 aid in the student’s search for an entry-level position as ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3.0 The Kitchen and Bath Specialization coursework builds ID 37 ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 2. this certificate meets Title 5 education requirements for the Master Teacher Level Permit. or sales ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 for Interior Design I ID 25 Space Planning for Interior Design I 3.0 ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3.0 for Interior Design I Section 7 45 .0 for Young Children CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development 3. library coordinator.0 ID 31 Building Systems for Interior Design 3. Students will strengthen career ization: (8 Units) perspectives and develop work to incorporate into a ID 40 Kitchen and Bath Studio I 3.0 ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3.3 unit course.E. Students (1 .0 ID 12 Materials and Products 3.0 Recommended Electives: ID 50 Interior Design Specialized Studio 3.0 ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3.0 ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3.0 earn the Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) ID 52 designation.0 CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3. This certificate exceeds Title 22 requirements for a fully qualified teacher of infants/toddlers by including the specified 3 units related to infant care.0 and Decorative Arts And completion of the Interior Design: Level II coursework as follows: (24 Units) ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3.0 of Young Children CHLD 72 Teacher.3 unit course.0 ID 34 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 assistant to a Kitchen and Bath Designer.0 ID 12 Materials and Products 3.0 student’s search for an intermediate position as an ID 48 Internship in Kitchen and Bath 1.0 and Decorative Arts ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory 3. 2 units required) with specialized skills in the area of Kitchen and Bath ID 39 Interior Design Studio II 3. Parent.0 Total Units 33.0 CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media 3.0 And completion of the required Interior Design: for Interior Design Level III coursework as follows: (17 Units) ID 14 History of Furniture 3.0 for Interior Design II ID 36 Professional Practices 3. C. sketching.0 professional portfolio. There is a focus on building systems.0 requirements will quality to sit for the academic Recommended Electives: portion of the Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD) and ID 50 Interior Design Specialized Studio 3. or a specialization in the field of interior design.0 personnel for interior design products. Required Courses: CHLD 1 Child. Required Courses: Completion of the Interior Design: Level I coursework as follows: (9 Units) ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3. development and instruction of children and serve as a coordinator of curriculum and staff development.0 Level I coursework to provide students with intermedi for Interior Design ate skills that will lead to a career in interior design. lighting.0 There is a focus on design process including drawing and Decorative Arts and presentations skills. School and Community 3.0 coursework as follows: (9 Units) ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3. for Interior Design I Required Courses: ID 25 Space Planning for Interior Design I 3. Students will prepare professional portfolios to strengthen career perspectives. library coordinator.0 ID 52 Independent Studies in Interior Design 1.0 ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3.0 ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing 3. And completion of the Interior Design: Level II computer applications.0 CHLD 85 Infants At Risk 3. the completion of 16 specified G. units in Areas A. Students will prepare professional portfolios ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3.0 PLUS Select four (4) courses from: (12 Units) CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3. This certificate may ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3. model-making. 2 units required) completing this certificate and meeting the eligibility Total Units 58.

Herbaceous 3.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants .0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants 3. 3.Trees 3.0 This program is intended to prepare students for AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape 3.0 Operations AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .3 unit course. Contracting.0 AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.0 .Herbaceous 3.0 in Nursery Operations Report Writing Total Units 31.0 a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 AGOR 13 Landscape Design 3.0 and Management AGOR 40 Sports Turf Management 3.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 Operations AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 PLUS Select four (4) courses from: (12 Units) ADJU 6 Concepts of Enforcement Services 3. and maintenance of interior plants that are used in residences.0 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.0 And completion of the required Interior Design: Level III coursework as follows: (17 Units) ID 31 Building Systems for Interior Design 3.0 Landscaping Laws.0 AGOR 32 Landscaping 3.0 ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory 3.0 Total Units 30. Technology and Health Division Required Courses: Certificate T2102 AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3. 2 units required) ID 39 Interior Design Studio II 3. All courses are applicable for Total Units 30.0 AGOR 56 Engine Diagnostics 3. CORS 45 The Violent Offender 3.0 and Installation AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3. All courses are applicable for degree requirements. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Landscape and Park Maintenance Natural Sciences Division Certificate T0108 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in the maintenance of landscape of parks.0 ADJU 13 Concepts of Traffic Services 3. rental yards.0 basic skills in irrigation design. restaurants.0 46 Landscape Design and Construction Natural Sciences Division Certificate L0109 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills needed in employment for a landscape contractor.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants .0 ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design II 3.0 ADJU 4 Legal Aspects of Evidence 3.0 (1 .0 ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3. parks.Herbaceous 3.0 Equipment Operations AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 ADJU 3 Concepts of Criminal Law 3.0 Required Courses: AGOR 54 Small Engine Repair II 3.0 of the Justice System AGOR 57 Power Train Repair 3. and other locations.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3.0 ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3.0 2013-14 Mt.0 Landscape Equipment Technology Management AGOR 64 Landscape Irrigation . golf courses. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 and Installation AGOR 64 Landscape Irrigation .4.0 ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 Recommended Electives: ID 50 Interior Design Specialized Studio 3.0 and Estimating Total Units 33.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 Total Units 50.Trees and Woody Shrubs AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3.0 for Interior Design or ID 37 Business Practices for Interior Design 3. San Antonio College Catalog . offices.0 ADJU 5 Community Relations 3.0 .0 ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 1.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents ID 25 Space Planning for Interior Design I 3. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.Design 3.0 ADJU 68 Administration of Justice 3.0 ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures 3.0 This certificate program is designed to give students ADJU 74 Vice Control 3.0 and Installation AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 3.0 degree requirements.0 . Students desiring a Equipment Operations Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with AGOR 52 Hydraulics 3.0 employment following graduation. installation.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants . CORS 30 Ethnic Relations in Corrections 3.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 3.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3.Drip 3.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants .0 could seek employment with a landscape contractor. and cities.0 schools.0 ID 52 Independent Studies in Interior Design 1.0 and Installation AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3.0 AGOR 14 Advanced Landscape Design 3. and troubleshooting.34. repair.Design 3.0 AGOR 15 Interior Landscaping 3.Design 3.0 Natural Sciences Division ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation 3.0 Management AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.0 Landscape Hardscape Applications 3.0 for Interior Design ID 34 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 and Low Volume Total Units 24.0 Landscape Irrigation ADJU 20 Principles of Investigation 3.Drip 3.0 Certificate L0110 ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections 3.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape 3.0 AGOR 13 Landscape Design 3. hotels.0 AGOR 71 AGOR 72 AGOR 73 Interior Landscaping Natural Sciences Division Certificate L0106 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in the design.0 Natural Sciences Division and Low Volume Certificate T0117 AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3. installation.0 and Nursery Management AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 AGOR 72 Landscape Hardscape Applications 3. and small equipment repair Law Enforcement shops. A student CORS 40 Crime and Delinquency 3. All courses are applicable for degree requirements. malls.0 water management. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science AGOR 13 Landscape Design AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production and Management 3.0 AGOR 55 Diesel Engine Repair 3.0 This certificate program is designed to give students Total Units 27. AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3.Design 3.0 basic skills to seek employment in equipment repair.0 for Interior Design II ID 36 Professional Practices 3.0 AGOR 91 Work Experience 1.

5 Division Office.0 two years at another school.5 Assessment Center is open Monday through Friday.0 e) Take the required English Placement Test (AWE). completers of the certificate will have learned to use some of the latest business computer software.0 and Merchandising BUSS 79 Work Experience in Marketing 1.0 f) Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school. One transcript must be sent to the upon completion of all the above courses.0 AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3.0 Livestock Management Natural Sciences Division Certificate T0103 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in livestock management for employment opportunities on farms. g) For students who possess a college degree.0 MFG 10 Mathematics & Blueprint Reading 3. San Antonio College. ranches. A program begins each fall and spring semester. PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Mental Health Technology . San Antonio college courses.0 MFG 38 MasterCAM I 2. students must maintain will be necessary for a student to obtain two official a “C” or better grade in all courses. the Special Information: English Placement Test is not required.5 United States must have their transcript evaluated. to the Admissions and Records Office. (All students who have taken coursework outside of the request transcripts.0 Management BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2. the office will obtain the test for Psychiatric Technicians Clinical MENT 70 Introduction to Psychiatric Technology 1.5 Total Units 21.5 scores as long as an “Application for Admission” is on MENT 70L Intro Psyc Tech Clinical 2. in Psychiatric Technician will be awarded. San Antonio College’s aca.) b) Be 18 years of age.0 is administered by the Assessment Center. and Forestry Manufacturing Technology Technology and Health Division Certificate T0918 The primary purpose of this program is to emphasize the manipulative skills required to enter the field of machine metal worker. San Antonio College.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2. In addition.0 MFG 12 Manufacturing Processes II 2. Required Courses: EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4.0 AGLI 34 Livestock Judging and Selection 2.0 and Management BUSS 35 Professional Selling 3. Technology and Health Division c) File a college application and be accepted as a Certificate T1279 Upon completion of the required courses.0 BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 MFG 85 Manual Computerized Numerical 2.0 and Politics .0 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3.0 AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 than Mt.A Global Perspective AGAG 91 Agricultural Calculations 3. if good standing and satisfy the following requirements: the courses were taken and/or the degree obtained at Mt. Technology and Health Division Office and the other Entrance Requirements: In addition to meeting Mt. a Certificate student at Mt.0 BUSS 35 Professional Selling 3. or machinist. Technicians Clinical MENT 73T Psychiatric Nursing 6. d) Submit an application for the Mental Health/ Psychiatric Technician Program to the Technology it prepares the student to take the California State and Health Division Office (909) 274-7500.0 AGAN 1 Animal Science 3. located in the Student Services Center.0 for Manufacturing MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2. Foreign transcripts will not be accepted without the evaluation. The student will qualify to take the California State Board Examination copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued. Fire Technology.4265. Required Courses: AGAG 1 Food Production. 4750. ext.0 the Technology and Health Division Office.0 Administration of Justice. arrange to have your test scores forwarded to the Technology and Health and Pharmacology for PT MENT 58L Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing 1. Required Courses: BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.5 be made with them to schedule a day and time to take the English Placement Test.0 AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4. machine operator.0 Control (CNC) Programming WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. Board Examination for Psychiatric Technicians. and agriculture sales and services. demic standards for admission. If you have already for Psychiatric Technicians MENT 56L Medical-Surgical Clinical Experience 4.0 Total Units 23.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. production machinist.0 PLUS select (6 Units) AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3. The Disabled Person .) Testing MENT 72 Nursing Care of the Developmentally 7. mechanical technician. All courses are applicable for degree requirements. San Antonio College.Psychiatric Technician Section 7 47 . and other for Psychiatric Technicians PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. Eligibility for ENGL 68 is advised. applicants must be in NOTE: Concerning Entrance Requirements ‘e’ and ‘f’. ext.0 taken a college placement exam within the past MENT 58D Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing 4.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 MFG 38B MasterCAM II 2.0 Health Division Office and the other to the Total Units 52.0 AGLI 14 Swine Production 3. it To remain in the program.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. Arrangements should Disabled Person MENT 72L Nursing Care of the Developmentally 5. You may contact them at (909) 274-7500.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4. (If you were tested at Mt. nursing school.0 Total Units 39. In addition.0 Marketing Management Business Division Certificate L0510 Students completing this Marketing Management certificate will have gained practical world business knowledge and experience. However. if required.Clinical MENT 73L Psychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric 5.0 AGLI 17 Sheep Production 3.0 Admissions and Records Office.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1.0 file with the Admissions and Records Office. All applications are dated upon receipt in Required Courses: MENT 40 Introduction to Interviewing 3.) One transcript must be sent to the Technology and or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors 3.0 AGLI 30 Beef Production 3. Land Use 3. and Counseling MENT 56 Medical-Surgical Nursing 9. it is not necessary to a) Be a high school graduate or equivalent.

AGOR 2 Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants .0 Park Management Natural Sciences Division Certificate T0186 This certificate program is designed to give students skills required for entry level positions in park management.0 AGPE 71 Canine Management 3.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. ethnicity.Cage and Aviary Birds 3.0 Photography . without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to a hazardous agents. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposure to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Mental Health Technology Psychiatric Technician program. or considerable standing/walking. Required Courses: AGAN 1 Animal Science 3. EXAMPLE: Mt. pushing. and consent/disclaimer for Hepatitis A/B vaccine is required of all candidates prior to beginning classes.0 PHOT 11 Intermediate Photography 4.0 Operations Nursery Management AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation . The Photography Level I certificate offers the core skills necessary for employment as an entry-level Photography Assistant.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants .0 27. These requirements are in accordance with the healthcare agency policy that insure that students are in good health and free from communicable disease and able to perform their training functions.0 ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 3.0 AGOR 4 Park Management 3. bending.0 PHOT 20 Color Photography 3.0 AGPE 76 Aviculture .Design 3. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heaving effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) 48 • Perform considerable reaching. write and read English to complete classes successfully and to ensure patient safety. positioning.0 or GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0 3.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 and Management AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3. Proof of high school graduation and malpractice insurance are required of all candidates upon acceptance.Trees 3. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged.0 3.Trees and Woody Shrubs AGOR 32 Landscaping and Nursery Management AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production and Management AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 AGPE 73 Tropical and Coldwater Fish 2.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3. The College will make every effort to notify the applicant of acceptance by mail no less than two months prior to the beginning of a program. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Psychiatric Technician Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut. San Antonio College Catalog .0 or PHOT 18 Portraiture and Wedding Photography 3.Psychiatric Technician Program.0 Total Units 34.0 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3. including specific immunizations.Level I Arts Division Certificate L0348 This multi-level certificate program is designed to prepare students for employment in the field of photography.0 Management AGPE 74 Reptile Management 2. CA 91789-1399 h) A physical examination.0 3.0 3.0 dry goods in the wholesale and retail nursery industry. i) Certain convictions may prevent a candidate from being licensed as a Psychiatric Technician. culture. race. lifting.0 AGAN 51 Animal Handling and Restraint 3. sexual orientation. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious. extensive.0 3. Students must provide proof that he/she does not have tuberculosis. Selection Procedure: In determining eligibility of an applicant.Design and Installation AGOR 64 Landscape Irrigation . stooping. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 AGPE 70 Pet Shop Management 3. Required Courses: PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 3. Drug testing may also be required as part of this physical examination.0 Totals Units 19.0 PHOT 14 Commercial Lighting 3. consideration will be given to satisfactory scores on the English Placement Test.0 Pet Science Natural Sciences Division Certificate T0104 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in production and marketing of pets at the wholesale and retail level. students must be able to speak.Drip and Low Volume Total Units PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE 3.0 Natural Sciences Division and Installation Certificate L0107 AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3.0 AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3.0 AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3.0 This certificate program is designed to give students Management basic skills in production and marketing of plants and AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 3. j) All students will be required to pass a background check prior to entering the clinical education phase. kneeling and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive device) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents Indicate in the mailing address the program for which your transcript is being sent to the Technology and Health Division Office.0 2013-14 Mt. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 PHOT 16 Fashion Photography 3. all applicants are required to meet the Essential Functions for Success in the Mental Health Technology . psychological and physical disabilities. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 AGOR 5 Park Facilities 3. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens Subject to hazards of flammable. Emphasis is placed on positions that are at the city and county level. Total Units 30.Herbaceous AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants .0 AGPE 72 Feline Management 3.

0 and White Photography PHOT 29 Studio Business Practices 3.0 ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.5 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Radio Broadcasting: Behind-the-Scenes Programming In C++ Business Division Certificate L0794 The Programming in C++ Certificate prepares students for a career in computer programming.5 Laboratory Total Units 20. Required Courses: CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.0 or PHOT 12 Photographic Alternatives 3.0 PHOT 11 Intermediate Photography 4.0 or PHOT 18 Portraiture and Wedding Photography 3. students may Total Units 27.0 for Commercial Artists program documentation. Students will receive instruction in the various functions of a radio station as they exist independently and in conjunction with the on-the-air product.0 PHOT 20 Color Photography 3.0 Recommended Electives: CISB 16 Macintosh Applications 2. San Anto.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Photography .0 PHOT 28 Photography Portfolio Development 3. digital assistant.0 R-TV 96 Campus Radio Station Lab 1.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0. art.0 or ARTC 290 Portfolio 3.0 .0 and Public Works/Landscape R-TV 97B Radio/Entertainment 1.0 PHOT 20 Color Photography 3. or photography assistant.5 CISD 11 Database Management 3.0 .0 horticulture/landscape courses are offered at Mt.0 CISP 34L Advanced C++ Programming 0. demonstrate program troubleshooting skills.0 in Public Works are offered through Citrus. write effective Arts Division Certificate T0606 The Behind-the-Scenes Radio Broadcasting Certificate is designed for students who are interested in the non-performance side of the industry.0 Section 7 49 . cinema/animation. maintain a Microsoft Access database. Required Courses: R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3. creating database tables.0 Recommended Electives: AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 PHOT 1 Laboratory Studies: Black 1.0 for Commercial Artists PHOT 17 Photocommunication 3. digital imaging specialist.0 PHOT 11 Intermediate Photography 4.0 PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.5 CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3.0 R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.2.0 nio College and Citrus College.0 PHOT 14 Commercial Lighting 3.0 GRAP 12 Photoshop Imagery Extended 3.0 or ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 Total Units 22.0 PHOT 16 Fashion Photography 3.0 R-TV 10 Radio Management and Programming 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to create business applications.0 Photography Digital Technician Arts Division Certificate L0351 This certificate program is designed to give students specific skills to prepare them for employment in the commercial photographic industry as a digital technician. and implementing a computer system using the system development life cycle methodology.0 R-TV 09 Broadcast Sales and Promotion 3. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students the skills to create business-oriented applications in C++.0 or GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0 ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0.Select six (6) units from: R-TV 12 Commercial Copywriting 3.5 .0 or GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0 Offered at Mt. SAC). industrial arts. while R-TV 33 Radio Show Producer Techniques 3.0 ments that must be taken at each college (courses R-TV 32 Radio TV Internet Applications 3. graphics.0 R-TV 97A Radio/Entertainment Industry Seminar 1.0 and Management Total Units 12.0 PHOT 14 Commercial Lighting 3. and journalism. San Antonio College AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 PLUS the following courses: (13 units) PHOT 1 Laboratory Studies: Black 1.0 Totals Units 32.28.0 Offered at Mt.0 and White Photography PHOT 29 Studio Business Practices 3. Career opportunities after the completion of this certificate include programmer and systems analyst.0 Offered at Citrus College PUB 158 Municipal and Urban Tree Care 3. with course requireR-TV 31 History of Radio DJs 3. Emphasis is placed on objectoriented programming techniques.0 R-TV 11B Advanced Radio Production 3. communications. and Procedures Upon completion of the requirements.0 Management Industry Work Experience Natural Sciences Division PLUS Certificate B0120 This program is a partnership between Mt. This Photography Level II certificate offers additional expertise for students to develop specific skills needed for employment in photography.0 apply for and receive a Certificate of Achievement from either of the two colleges. Required Courses: Completion of the Photography Level I coursework: (19 units) PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3. Required Courses: Offered at Citrus College PUB 150 Public Works I 3. forms.0 .0 or GRAP 9 Digital Color Management 3. Required Courses: GRAP 9 Digital Color Management 3.0 or ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV 3.0 GRAP 12 Photoshop Imagery Extended 3.Level II Arts Division Certificate T0349 This multi-level certificate program is designed to prepare students for employment in the field of photography.5 CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 3. San Antonio College: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3. and learn the tools and techniques required of a systems analyst. reports and queries.0 PHOT 15 History of Photography 3.Microsoft Access Lab CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3. and build a computer system using the steps of the system development life cycle.0 CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3.

0 R-TV 101 Work Experience in Broadcast 1.0 PLGL 40 Landlord-Tenant Law 3.0 BUSR 53 Real Estate Finance 3.0 BUSR 57 Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate 3.0 of Children CHLD 74 Program Planning 3. the applicant must have completed five (5) required courses: Legal Aspects of Real Estate (BUSR 51). Real Estate Property Management (BUSR 59).0 R-TV 07A Beginning Commercial Voice-Overs 3. Real Estate Investment Planning (BUSR 60).0 and Lifespan Development . San Antonio College Catalog .0 CHLD 51 Early Literacy in Child Development 3.0 Seminar R-TV 97B Radio/Entertainment Industry 1. graduates of this program are encouraged to apply for National Interpreting Certification (NIC) through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) at www.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.rid.0 BUSR 55 Real Estate Economics 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Bookmarks Contents Radio Broadcasting: On-the-Air . School and Community 3.0 R-TV 17 Internet Radio and Podcasting 3.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3. the applicant must take three (3) additional courses approved by the California Department of Real Estate: Real Estate Principles (BUSR 50).0 BUSR 60 Real Estate Investment Planning 3.0 Investments BUSR 59 Real Estate Property Management 3.0 R-TV 02 On-Air Personality Development 3. studio or other broadcasting facility.0 BUSR 76 Escrow Procedures I 3. Real Estate Finance (BUSR 53).0 R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3. Safety and Nutrition 3.0 Total Units 31.0 R-TV 06 Broadcast Traffic Reporting 1. Business Law (BUSL 18).0 and Procedures R-TV 34 On-Camera Performance 1. Real Estate Practice (BUSR 52).0 R-TV 31 History of Radio DJs 3. government agencies.0 Curriculum CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.0 R-TV 33 Radio Show Producer Techniques 3.0 or BUSR 81 Appraisal: Principles and Procedures 3.0 for the School Age Child Required Electives: PLUS Select one (1) course: LERN 49 Math Skills Review 3. Interpreters are employed by school districts. and a vast number of other organizations and private businesses.0 Total Units 21. San Antonio College Interpreter Training Program is designed to prepare individuals for careers as Sign Language Interpreters.0 for Young Children CHLD 64 Health. Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate (BUSR 57). Program Preparation: Preparation for the program includes fluency in American Sign Language demonstrated by the completion of SIGN 104. Real Estate Economics (BUSR 55) if not taken in the mandatory category above or Fundamentals of Accounting (BUSA 11) not taken in the mandatory category above for a total of eight (8) courses.0 BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles 3. cruiseship companies. hospitals. Landlord/Tenant Law (PLGL 40).0 SIGN 210 American Sign Language Structure 3. Required Courses: CHLD 1 Child. Students gain practical hands-on experience in the industry through an off-campus internship at a station. The Real Estate Broker Certificate contains all eight courses necessary to satisfy the educational requirements to take the California Real Estate Broker Examination.33.0 Sign Language/Interpreting Humanities and Social Sciences Division Certificate T0801 The Mt.0 BUSR 62 Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending 3.Level III Arts Division Certificate L0350 The Level III Radio Broadcasting On-air Certificate provides additional expertise in a selected variety of on-air specialties. American Sign Language 4. Escrow Procedures I (BUSR 76).0 SIGN 108 Fingerspelling 2.0 SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture 3.0 PLUS select three (3) courses from the following (9 units) BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 Techniques R-TV 11B Advanced Radio Production 3.0 ENGL 65 Grammar Review 1. corporations.5 50 Real Estate Broker Certificate Business Division Certificate L0532 Prior to taking the California Real Estate Broker’s License Exam.0 CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development 3. Family.0 Work Experience Required Electives Plus a minimum of six (6) units from the following courses: R-TV 03 Sportscasting and Reporting 1.0 or 2013-14 Mt.5 R-TV 35 Pop Culture in the Media 3. Real Estate Appraisal (BUSR 81) and either Real Estate Economics (BUSR 55) or Fundamentals of Accounting (BUSA 11).0 R-TV 05 Radio-TV Newswriting 3. but the focus of this program is on preparing the interpreter generalist.0 PLUS Select one (1) course: ENGL 64 Writing Effective Sentences 1. Although requiring some type of certification is becoming more common in California.0 Entertainment Total Units 28.0 CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3.0 SIGN 201 Introduction to Deaf Studies 3.0 LIT 40 Children’s Literature 3.0 or BUSL 18H Business Law . there are still many job opportunities for the precertified interpreter. In addition.0 R-TV 95 Campus Radio Station Operations 1.0 R-TV 10 Radio Programming and Producer 3.Honors or CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3. National Certification: There are many specialties within the field of Sign Language Interpreting.5 or BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 AND any of the following courses if NOT taken above BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.5 units) R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3. however. This certificate exceeds the Title 22 requirements for a fully qualified teacher in school age programs.0 .Specialization Business Division Certificate T1314 The School Age Child-Specialization Certificate provides specialized skills and knowledge for working with school age children. Interpreters are needed wherever communication happens between the hearing community and the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community.org Required Courses: SIGN 105 American Sign Language 5 4. Required Courses: BUSR 51 Legal Aspects of Real Estate 3.Honors 3.5 MATH 50 Pre-Algebra 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3.21. Completing the certificate in Sign Language/Interpreting does not make one a “Certified Interpreter”.0 .5 R-TV 09 Broadcast Sales and Promotion 3.5 R-TV 96 Campus Radio Station Lab 1.0 R-TV 97A Radio/Entertainment Industry 1.5 R-TV 04 Broadcast News Field Reporting 3.0 BUSR 55 Real Estate Economics 3.0 School Age Child .0 BUSR 52 Real Estate Practice 3. There are an endless number of settings in which this communication takes place. This skill set also prepares the student for positions as elementary tutors or classroom aides in public school districts. Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending (BUSR 62). colleges and universities. Required Courses: Completion of the following Level II coursework: (22.0 R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3. (or the equivalent skill) and English fluency demonstrated by the completion of ENGL 1A.

0 Welder . race tracks. WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3.0 ARTC 240 Multimedia Design 3.0 SIGN 231 Interpreting 4.0 SIGN 225 Ethical Decision Making 2.0 welder with additional skills development and theory in WELD 90A Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 3.0 and Visual Effects ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3. CRES.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate SIGN 220 Translation: American 3.Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Sports Turf Management Natural Sciences Division Certificate L0112 This certificate program is designed to provide skills required for students interested in employment at golf courses.Automotive Welding.0 and Installation AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 Select 15 units from the following courses: R-TV 19B Advanced Video Production 3. Cutting 1. WELD 91 Automotive Welding.0 Total Units 41. Coursework prepares students for industry licensing with emphasis on competencies required for certification in aluminum.0 prepares students for industry licensing with emphasis on Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substicompetencies required for certification in structural steel tuted for WELD 40. fabrication and WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3.0 Technology and Health Division Certificate T0932 Prepares students for entry-level employment as a licensed welder with additional skills development and theory in gas tungsten ARC welding.Licensed WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2.0 and Nursery Management AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3.0 .0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape 3.0 Total Unit 24.0 SIGN 232 Advanced Interpreting 4..0 Equipment Operations AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 ARTC 160 Typography 3. Through theoretical and hand-on skills courseWELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3. Required Courses: ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV 3.0 .0 automotive welding.0 WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2.5 SIGN 260 Video Interpreting 1.0 Management Total Units 27. mild steel and selected exotic metals with specialty skills in gas tungsten ARC welding.Trees and Woody Shrubs AGOR 32 Landscaping 3. for Welders including manufacturing construction.0 Required Electives Select three (3) courses from: (4-5 units) SIGN 240 Vocabulary Building for Interpreters 2.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape 3.Trees 3.0 ARTC 200 Web Design 3.0 repair.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3. welding and specialty skills in automotive welding.0 tuted for WELD 40 Section 7 51 . Required Courses: WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. cutting and modification.0 Equipment Operations AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3.0 for Interpreters SIGN 227 Cognitive Processing for Interpreters 4.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 R-TV 22 Editing for Film and Television 3.0 WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2.0 Certificate T0931 WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3.0 Total Units 18.0 R-TV 23 Reality Show Production 3.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 SIGN 239 Applied Interpreting 2.0 Tree Care and Maintenance Natural Sciences Division Certificate L0111 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in the repair and maintenance of trees.0 SIGN 250 Interpreting with Classifiers 1.0 work students prepare for industry licensing with and WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 Technology and Health Division WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2. and other high use turf areas. Total Units 28. All courses are applicable for degree requirements.0 Certificate L0930 WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3. Compositing 3. athletic fields and stadiums.0 and Management AGOR 40 Sports Turf Management 3.0 ARTC 120 Graphic Design II 3.0 Welder . Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3.0 Total Units 24.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants 3.0 for Welders Welder .0 R-TV 21 Remote Multicamera Production 3. WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3.Design 3.0 required for certification in structural steel welding.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants .0 understanding of current guidelines and standards. Required Courses: WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2.0 Technology and Health Division WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3. Coursework Total Units 30.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Television Crew Arts Division Certificate L0354 The Certificate of Achievement in Television Crew will provide students with experience in a variety of production roles and technologies.42.0 Prepares students for entry-level employment as a licensed WELD 81 Pipe and Tube Welding 3.0 Web Design Arts Division Certificate L0618 This program is designed to provide students with a combination of design and technical skills necessary for entry-level employment as a Web page designer.0 Required Courses: Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substiWELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2.0 This program is designed to prepare students for WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3.0 Particular emphasis is placed on those competencies WELD 81 Pipe and Tube Welding 3.0 R-TV 100 Work Experience in Film and TV 1.0 Sign Language/English SIGN 223 Principles of Interpreting 3.0 entry-level employment in the broad field of welding.0 WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3. Required Courses: R-TV 19A Beginning Video Production 3.0 Course sequences can be modified to reflect industry and Modification experience or other individual needs.5 SL 2 Linked Service Learning 1.0 Cutting & Modification WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3.0 WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3.0 R-TV 20 Television News Production 3. This course of study is designed to prepare students for entry level jobs in a variety of areas.0 AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 3.

0 WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3.0 ANIM 108 Principles of Animation 3.Accounting 5.0 WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3. expense reporting.0 Required Courses: BUSO 5 Business English 3. San Antonio College Catalog .Accounting 5.0 for Welders WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3.0 or ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 CISI 41 Office Management Skills 3.0 Accounting .Tradigital Level I Certificate offers an early exit point of 15 units and provides the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the areas of production assistant or junior storyboard artist. Required Courses: KIN 3 First Aid and CPR 3. Welding – Semiautomatic Arc Welding Technology and Health Division Certificate T0933 Prepares students for entry-level employment as a licensed welder with additional skills development and theory in semiautomatic ARC welding.0 KIN 92 Work Experience .0 CPR/Emergency Response KIN 19 Introduction to Care/Prevention 3.Level I Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . Plus the following courses: BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3.0 WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3.0 ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3. maintenance of payroll accounting systems. or junior game designer.0 Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substituted for WELD 40. and gaming.0 WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3.0 ANIM 137A Work Experience in New Digital Media 1.Bookkeeping certificate provides BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers 1.0 ANIM 116 Character Development 1.0 WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3. and account analysis.0 CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding 3.Financial 5.0 or ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 Accounting . film.0 transactions to journals/ledgers.0 Total Units 30.0 Total Units 12.0 or KIN 5 Advanced First Aid/ 3. bank reconciliation.0 WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2.0 of Activity/Sports -Related Injuries KIN 34 Fitness for Living 3.0 BUSA 7 can be substituted for BUSA 72 for those stu Total Units 12. Required Courses: ANIM 101A Drawing .5 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3.0 Total Units 9.0 the student with the basic skills and knowledge for in Managerial Accounting entry-level positions within the clerical/ accounting or field.0 WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3. Web. Animation .Game & Interactive Multimedia Level tax reporting.0 BUSA 72 Bookkeeping . video.ing. Total Units 14. or mobile content. preparing the stu.0 cal positions where keyboarding is the primary function.0 accounts payable.0 WELD 81 Pipe and Tube Welding 3. and special effects for the Web. Compositing 3.Bookkeeping in Financial Accounting Business Division or Certificate E0504 BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1. mobile media.Tradigital Level I Arts Division Certificate E0337 This multi-level certificate program provides skills based on the principles of storytelling and animation using both traditional and digital media. Common duties performed include payroll The Animation . The Animation .0 or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3.0 WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3.Payroll Multimedia Design I Athletic Trainer Aide I Kinesiology & Athletics Division Certificate E0802 The Athletic Trainer Aide I Certificate provides minimal experience necessary to assist High School Athletic Trainers and Athletic Health Care Providers in the community.0 for Welders WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3. Required Courses: WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.5 ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2.0 Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substituted for WELD 40.5 dents pursuing a higher level certificate/degree or plan on taking a course for which BUSA 7 is a prerequisite. graphics.Gesture and Figure 3. and storyboard artists for television. audio.0 Total Units 15. 2D Required Courses: Game Design Assistant.0 and Visual Effects BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.Financial 5.0 WELD 90B Semiautomatic Arc Welding Process 3. film.0 BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .0 WELD 81 Pipe and Tube Welding 3. These skills lead to employment opportunities as animators.0 Total Units 27.0 WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2. broadcast. accounts receivable.Game & Interactive SKILLS CERTIFICATES PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Animation .0 The Accounting .0 Arts Division Business Division Certificate E0339 Certificate E0505 This multi-level certificate program offers skills needed for creative careers that integrate animation with gamThe Accounting .0 BUSO 5 Business English 3.0 ANIM 111A Animal Drawing 1. dent for entry-level positions within the payroll segment of accounting.0 BUSA 75 Using Microcomputers 1.0 WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3.0 Business Division Certificate E0516 or The Level I Certificate prepares students for entry-level cleriBUSA 72 Bookkeeping .Athletic Training 2.0 52 2013-14 Mt. as a junior web animator or animation designer.0 Total Units 11. Coursework prepares students for industry licensing with emphasis on competencies required for certification in structural steel welding and specialty skills in semiautomatic ARC welding. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3. character designers.0 BUSO 5 Business English 3.0 or Recommended Elective: BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2. presentation. Common duties performed in this field are posting BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1. I Certificate offers an early exit point of 12 units and provides the skills necessary for entry-level employment and posting payroll transactions to journals/ledgers.5 ANIM 115 Storyboarding 3. Administrative Assistant . Completion of Accounting-Bookkeeping CertifiRequired Courses: cate as follows: ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3. inventory tracking/reporting.Payroll Certificate combines accounting skills with specialized training in payroll.

0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.5 Business: International .Level I Certificate students may qualify for an entry-level management position in California’s diverse economy.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Business: Human Resource Management – Level I Business Division Certificate E0531 This introductory certificate exposes students to the business world and the role of human resources.Level I Business Division Certificate E0525 The Business Management . as well as the latest trends in this fast changing field.5 . This certificate may aid the student’s search for an entry-level job in retail management. and opportunities inherent in business management.0 Total Units 12.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.5 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.0 CISD 11L Database Management . CIS Professional Certificate in C++ Programming Business Division Certificate E0714 The CIS Professional Certificate in C++ Programming prepares students for a career in computer programming. trends.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements.0 CISD 31L Database Management 0. Business: Small Business Management . Upon completion students may qualify for an entry-level management position in a small business. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include programming for standalone applications.0 CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3. Entrepreneurs may use this certificate as a means to plan and develop new business ventures.0 and Management BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3. School and Community 3. Required Courses: BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. database programming and developing a graphical user interface. Upon completion of the Business: Management . Fifty (50) days of experience is required to complete the permit requirements.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements. This program also prepares the student as a business management generalist for companies conducting international trade.0 CISP 34L Advanced C++ Programming Laboratory 0.Level I Certificate exposes students to the fundamentals of managing and planning a small business. Required Courses: BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. Family.0 and Merchandising Total Units 9. and demonstrate program troubleshooting skills.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0.5 PLUS CISD 11 Database Management . demonstrate effective object-oriented design techniques. Children’s Program Certificate: General .0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.Oracle Laboratory Total Units 12.0 Total Units 9.Level I Certificate is designed to introduce the student to the role of management in business.0 Section 7 53 .0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 Total Units 9.0 Curriculum CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3.Level I Business Division Certificate E0527 This specialized business certificate is intended to prepare the student to work in the unique and dynamic environment of international business.Level I Business Division Certificate E0529 Small Business has been described as the engine of change within the economy. This program will afford career opportunities for entry-level employment in international sales and marketing. This certificate includes the identified core courses for the Associate Teacher Child Development Permit.5 FASH 62 Retail Buying 3. Required Courses: BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3.0 Special Information: Students receiving financial aid need to declare the Level III Certificate as their goal to meet Financial Aid requirements. Required Courses: CHLD 1 Child. Management is the efficient use of human and capital resources to accomplish organizational objectives. Students will be exposed to the terms.Level I Business Division Certificate E1326 The Children’s Program Certificate: General .Oracle 3.0 Total Units 9.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.Level I is designed for the student who desires general knowledge about the foundations of child development and who has an interest in teaching young children. this certificate meets the educational requirements for an Assistant/Aide position.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3.0 Total Units 9. In Title 5 programs.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3. Required Courses: CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2.5 CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 3.Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory or CISD 31 Database Management . This certificate meets the Title 22 education requirements for a fully qualified teacher. Students will demonstrate the ability to create businessoriented applications using both the C++ and Visual C++ programming languages.Level I Business Division Certificate E0500 This introductory certificate exposes students to the business world and the role of retail distribution.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0. The Business: Small Business Management . Required Courses: BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. It is intended for returning CIS professionals with several years of experience or current students who have completed several CIS courses.0 . Business: Management . This certificate may aid the student’s search for an entry-level job in the business world. Required Courses: BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.Microsoft Access 0.Microsoft Access 3. organizational structure. Emphasis is placed on object-oriented programming.0 BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 and Merchandising or BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.5 Lab or CISD 21 Database Management 3. Students become familiar with various approaches to business organization and the strategic nature of human resources.5 . Students become familiar with careers in retail management.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3. write effective program documentation. games and databases. Business: Retail Management .0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.

Student will acquire the skills to install and administer a Windows network.5 . Opportunities available upon completion of the certificate program include Network Security Analyst. and assess network vulnerabilities and implement countermeasures. DNS. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepares students for using advanced features of both Excel and Access needed by industry.0 CISS 25L Network Security and Firewalls Lab 0. courses help prepare students to take the Microsoft MOS certification exam in Excel and Access. Linux Networking. DNS and other servers. including tables.0 CISW 31L Secure Web Servers Laboratory 0.5 Laboratory CISW 31 Secure Web Servers 3.0 .0 CISP 21 Programming in Java 3. The network administration courses emphasize network operating systems. access control list.Oracle 3. Students will acquire the skills to utilize network deploy intrusion prevention systems. web server.0 and Countermeasures CISS 21L Network Vulnerabilities 0.5 CISP 24 Advanced Java Programming 3. Required Courses: CISS 21 Network Vulnerabilities 3.0 CIS Professional Certificate in Java Programming Business Division Certificate E0700 The Java programming certificate is designed to prepare students for a career in computer programming. The security management courses emphasize firewall security appliances. configure firewall security appliances and Virtual Private Network (VPN). Junior Network Security Engineer.5 CIS Professional Certificate in LINUX protocol analyzers. server. Emphasis is placed on configuring a Linux distribution to create workstations with client applications. manage and secure the heterogeneous corporate network. servers and networks used by industry.5 . PivotTables. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepares students to create and operate Linux workstations. Snort intrusion detection. students create a variety of objects.0 Total Units 11. including normalization. Emphasis is placed on object-oriented programming applications Web-based applets configuring an Apache Tomcat servlet. email.0 CISP 21L Programming in Java Laboratory 0.5 CISN 34 Linux Networking and Security 3. San Antonio College Catalog . and vulnerability manage- 54 2013-14 Mt. file system security. program and troubleshoot Linux operating systems. Much attention is paid to design principles. network protocol analysis. Emphasis is placed on Excel functions as well as Access’ relational database techniques.0 CISD 31L Database Management 0. Linux network.5 .5 CISD 11 Database Management 3. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students with client. device drivers and software engineering. Students will demonstrate understanding of the topics via projects using various real-world workbooks and databases. network infrastructure.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0. and database programmers. implementing JavaServer Pages.5 Detection/Prevention Systems Lab CISS 25 Network Security and Firewalls 3. and Cisco IPS Specialist. as well as VBA programming. JavaBeans. In addition. Student will demonstrate the ability to design and implement a Java application that will contain the front end user interface and back end database. Cisco routers. FTP. and manage the heterogeneous corporate network. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepare students to design. file. and database systems analysts.5 ment. intrusion prevention. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that prepare students to design.0 Total Units 13. mobile devices.0 CISN 34L Linux Networking and Security 0.5 . 3. switches. Required Courses: CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2. Special attention is given to security concepts and tools and their implementation in a Linux system. and routers. database administrators. Within Excel. and other current topics in the database field. DHCP.Microsoft Access Lab or CISD 21 Database Management 3. Active Directory.0 Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems CISS 23L Network Analysis. Students will also learn to configure and install an Apache web server in a Linux system to access a MySQL database using PHP programs. various functions. Virtualization.0 CISD 11 Database Management 3. Network Vulnerability Management.Oracle Laboratory Total Units 12. but are not limited to. macros.0 . to troubleshoot network problems.5 CISD 40 Database Design 3. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include. Individual courses will help students prepare for industry certification exams such as Certify Ethical Hacker (CEH). implement. and Network Security Architect. utilizing charts.Microsoft Access Lab CISD 14 VBA for Excel and Access 3. VBA is used in both Excel and Access to program advanced functionality that may be needed within these applications. In the VBA for Excel and Access. With Access.0 CISN 31L Linux Operating System Laboratory 0.5 Total Units 10. Virtual LAN (VLAN) and VLAN routing. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include system or network administration. firewalls and other network services.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0.0 CISP 24L Advanced Java Laboratory 0. designers and developers. Intrusion 0. implement.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Bookmarks Contents CIS Professional Certificate in Excel and Access Business Division Certificate E0715 This certificate in Excel and Access is designed to prepare students for working with Microsoft Excel and Access in a business environment.0 . manage.5 and Countermeasures Lab CISS 23 Network Analysis.5 CIS Professional Certificate in Networking Business Division Certificate E0716 The CIS Professional Certificate in Networking program is designed to prepare students for a career in the computer networking industry.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0. Cisco Firewall Specialist. administrative aides. and database programming skills required by industry.5 CISS 27 Defending Computer Systems 1. forms.Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory or CISD 31 Database Management . Individual courses will help students CIS Professional Certificate in Network Security Business Division Certificate E0721 The CIS Professional Certificate in Network Security program is designed to prepare students for a career in the computer network security industry. and NetBeans for reusable software components.0 CISD 14L VBA for Excel and Access Lab 0. Business Division Certificate E0796 The CIS Certificate in Linux prepares student to install. securing databases. Required Courses: CISN 31 Linux Operating System 3. group policy. The certificate covers the major topics of an industry standard certification exam for Linux. network infrastructure and data communications. lists and tables. queries. reports and macros. Required Courses: CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 3. students create a variety of workbooks. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include programming for systems.

5 CISD 31L Database Management Oracle 0.0 CISP 11L Programming in Visual Basic 0. include programming for systems.0 CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3. network infrastructure and data communications.CISN 24 Window Server Network 3. Required Courses: CISN 11 Telecommunications/Networking 3.5 Laboratory CISP 14 Advanced Visual Basic .5 CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 3.0 CIS Professional Certificate in Object-Oriented Design & Programming Business Division Certificate E0723 The CIS Professional Certificate in Object-Oriented Design and Programming prepares students for a career in computer programming.Oracle 3. retrieving CISN 11L Telecommunications/Networking Lab 0. Students will demcorporate network.5 Laboratory Total Units 9. the es emphasize network operating systems.5 . mobile devices.CISN 51 Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 3.0 CISP 14L Advanced Visual Basic. and Security Administration CISD 21 Database Management 3. group policy. Opportunities available upon completion of CISP 14 Advanced Visual Basic .NET and .0 and Security Administration CISN 24L Window Server Network 0.0 able software components. Opportuniacquire the skills to install and administer a Windows ties available after the completion of this certificate network.NET.5 CISD 11L Database Management Microsoft Access Lab data. Emphasis is placed on object-oriented proprogram is designed to prepare students for a career gramming applications. implement and manage the heterogeneous for reusable software components.0 CISN 34L Linux Networking and Security 0.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE CIS Professional Certificate in Visual Basic Programming .5 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to design and implement business environment applications that will contain the front end user interface and back end database. DHCP.0 CISN 11L Telecommunications/Networking Lab 0.0 CISN 51L Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 0.NET: CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.0 Section 7 55 CISD 31L CISD 40 Database Management .Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory CISD 31 Database Management .5 Microsoft SQL Server the ability to view and update databases and develop and Security Administration Lab 0.5 programs to automate database functions.5 CISN 24 Window Server Network 3. integration of systems and web applications. The certificate offers Business Division a balanced set of classes that provides students client. tions. Required Courses: network infrastructure.0 Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate prepare for related industry certification exams such as Network+.0 Business Division Certificate E0719 The CIS Professional Certificate in Visual Basic CIS Professional Certificate Programming is designed to prepare students for a in Telecommunications career in computer programming. web based applications and in the computer networking industry.0 CISP 21L Programming in Java Laboratory 0.5 Laboratory Total Units 14. Students will server implementation and the database. DNS. mobile applicafile system security.0 students for a career in database administration the certificate program include entry-level and midCISP 14L Advanced Visual Basic. functions and triggers for reus.0 or ing stored procedures. Microsoft MCITP. Active Directory. writ. SQL Server developer Laboratory CISD 31 Database Management . The certificate implementing ASP.NET Laboratory 0.5 Java: CISP 21 Programming in Java 3.Catalog Cover Plus one of the following three programming tracks (7 units): Visual Basic. Opportunities available upon completion of this certificate include entry-level and mid-management positions in Network Administration.Oracle 3.0 CISD 21L Database Management Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory ties available after the completion of this certificate CISN 51L Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 0. Microsoft MCITP and Cisco Laboratory The SQL Server certificate is designed to prepare CCNA.5 or include SQL Server report writer. Virtual CIS Professional Certificate in SQL LAN (VLAN) and VLAN routing.0 10.5 using SQL Server. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students the skills to design and develop business applications using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and an object-oriented programming language.NET.0 CISP 24L Advanced Java Laboratory 0.0 Business Division assist students in preparing for industry certification CISP 11L Programming in Visual Basic 0.0 and software engineer.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0.NET 3.NET Laboratory 0.5 CISP 24 Advanced Java Programming 3. Career opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include programming for systems. Students will demonstrate CISN 24L Window Server Network 0.Oracle Laboratory Database Design Total Units 0.5 Required Courses: Laboratory CISD 21 Database Management 3. Certificate E0718 The CIS Professional Certificate in Telecommunications server and database programming skills required by industry. Opportuni.5 .0 of classes that provides students skills in database Required Courses: Microsoft Access design. The network administration cours.0 Total Units 12.5 C++: CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3. The certificate offers a balanced set management positions in Network Administration. Cisco CCNA and Red Hat RHCSA. creating and maintaining database objects.5 Laboratory CISN 51 Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 3. Required Courses (2 units): CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2.onstrate the ability to design and implement a Visual Basic application that contains the client interface. device drivers and software engineering. access control list.NET Framework offers a balanced set of classes that prepare students to design. ADO.5 Emphasis is placed on building databases.5 and Security Administration Lab CISN 34 Linux Networking and Security 3. Individual courses will CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2. CISD 11 Database Management 3. CISN 11 Telecommunications/Networking 3.0 CISP 34L Advanced C++ Programming 0. Java or C++.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0. Students in this program select one of the following three programming language concentrations: Visual Basic. Virtualization. switches. Total Units 10.NET 3. Cisco routers.0 0. data retrieval and database programming.5 Certificate E0730 exams such as Network+.

0 Certificate E0713 opportunities in restaurants.0 Certificate E1334 DNCE 33 Improvisation 0. CSS. ASP. Included are skills for various types of Plus one (1) of the following: (3 units) Lab Exit Requirement: First Aid and CPR Certification cabling and connections.0 CISW 24 Secure Server Side Web Programming 3.5 Total Units 11. Athletics and Dance Division complete the requirements for this certificate will also and Fabrication markup languages such as JavaScript.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents DNCE 12B Modern II 0.Honors 3.0 HRM 82 Baking and Pastry fabrication for both through-hole and surface mount 3. etc.0 in Windows Operating System tion in the IPC7711/IPC7721 rework and repair of The Proficiency Certificate provides students and pro.0 CISN 24 Window Server Network 3. menu development. and Rework Microsoft Windows workstations and Microsoft server Recommended Electives Required Courses: Total Units 13. The certificate will provide students the GRAP 16 Illustrator Graphics 3. recreation centers and K-12 dance programs.0 Required Courses: KIN 44 Theory of Coaching 3.0 and implement both client-side and server-side web production.0 HRM 54 Basic Cooking Techniques gram provides a series of courses to meet the needs of 3. DHTML. Jazz and Modern Dance for Cable Installations support jobs for companies using Windows operating GRAP 15 InDesign Graphics 3. Required Courses: CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3. Emphasis is placed on acquiring programCoaching control.0 Focus is on the genres of Ballet.0 KIN 81 Work Experience for Coaching 2. career preparation and applications.0 ming or web and database server administration. Opportunities available upon completion of the PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE CIS Professional Certificate in Web Programming certificate program include entry-level and mid-level help desk and Windows Administrative positions.0 HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation field as assembly and fabrication technicians. basic and Wellness CISW 31L Secure Web Servers Laboratory 0.5 DNCE 14B Jazz II 0.0 systems.0 HRM 81 Garde Manger industry in assembly. San Antonio College Catalog . The certificate offers a balanced and acquire the skills necessary to be successful in KIN 24 Applied Kinesiology 2. XML. This certificate may aid the student’s search ELEC 62 Advanced Surface Mount Assembly 2.0 for an entry-level job in the dance teaching world. SQL and Perl. theme DNCE 39A Alignment and Correctives I 0.0 dents the programming skills to create effective web practical training in the use of commercial equipment DN-T 38 Dance Teaching Methods 3. The Electronic Assembly and Fabrication Certificate is Required Courses: using PHP programs. NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health 3.0 DNCE 4 Choreography 0. JSP. schematic Computer Graphics Technology NF 20 Principles of Foods 3.0 pages and web sites. Certificate E0804 earn the Food Protection Manager Certification from XHTML. or electronic publishing. server in a Linux system to access a MySQL database appropriate for coaches at various levels.0 HRM 83 International Cuisines devices (SMD).5 The CIS Certificate in Web Programming provides stuparks and other food service businesses. device outlines. color-codes.0 Electronic fundamentals (test instruments. KIN 34 Fitness for Living 3.0 professionals with several years of experience or curRequired Courses: students for careers as dance instructors in private dance or rent students who have completed several CIS courses.0 symbols.0 with pedagogical principles that can be applied to other ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3. HTML. catering.0 CISW 24L Secure Server Side Web Programming 0. presentation.0 dance forms. ELEC 63 is a prep course for Business Division covering the creation.0 operating systems.5 ELEC 63 Electronic Assemblies Recertification 1.5 Business Division The program prepares students for entry level career DNCE 35 Repertory 2.5 Administration electronic assemblies certification.5 electrical measurements.0 System Administration is designed for returning CIS digital portfolios. soldering/de-soldering skills and 3.) are provided in the Proficiency NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition 3. The pro3. Recertification is fessionals with a fast-track. but is Certificate E0929 ServSafe Exam. Total Units 16. debug the field of culinary arts such as: knife skills.0 and Security Administration CISN 24L Window Server Network 0. Students This certificate program is intended to prepare students Technology and Health Division the National Restaurant Association upon passing the will also learn to configure and install an Apache web for employment as high school (walk-on) coaches. and application of Dance Teacher the recertification.0 This certificate will prepare students for technical GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3. portion programs. Certificate E0720 digital imagery for personal use and interest.0 ams. Opportunities available after the Required Courses: intended to prepare students to enter the electronics 1. food Total Units 14. editing.0 Total Units 7.Direct Current (DC) 4.5 and Security Administration Lab Total Units 6. Certificate E0313 ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . The courses in this certificate cover GRAP 18 3D Graphics Imagery 3. Students who successfully ming skills in various web programming. Students gain DN-T 20 History and Appreciation of Dance 3. EST 50 Electrical Fundamentals 4.5 Recommended Elective: the major topics of industry standard certification ex.0 skills to install.0 studios.0 CISW 31 Secure Web Servers 3. The Dance Teacher Certificate is intended to prepare ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. Athletics and Dance Division Required Courses: The CIS Professional Certificate in Windows Operating software skills. hotels. 4-course training cluster required every two years.5 Culinary Arts 56 2013-14 Mt.5 Business Division DNCE 24 Dance Production 1. Complete surface mount Arts Division or CIS Professional Certificate technology (SMT) skills are taught with a culminaCertificate E0312 NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition . GRAP 8 Fundamentals of Digital Media 3. scripting or Electronic Assembly Kinesiology. updating Kinesiology.0 set of classes that prepares students to design.5 completion of this certificate include web programKIN 13 Sports Officiating 3.0 introductory courses. and nutrition.GRAP 20 Multimedia Graphics 3. manage/administer and troubleshoot Total Units 12.0 DNCE 2B Ballet II 0.

will award the student an EMT-I Course Completion Certificate. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.Level I Technology and Health Division Certificate E1212 Approved by the Los Angeles County and State Departments of Health. lifting. Students are then eligible for certification by taking and passing the National Registry EMT-I certifying exam. plasma. effective and motivational physical fitness program are presented. and DLP video displays is included. database and the Internet. bending. current certification in CPR.0 in Microcomputers or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 for Cable Installations EST 52 Fabrication Techniques 4. These fields are growing at rapid rates. setup. low-voltage wiring technician. calibration. sexual orientation.Computer-Aided certificate builds upon basic skills and provides students with intermediate technical and technological skills in fashion design and patternmaking.0 and Costume Design FASH 21 Patternmaking I 3.0 and Wellness KIN 15 Administration of Fitness Programs 2. culture. Required Courses: FASH 20 Illustration for Fashion 3. maintenance. home theatre installer. wellness centers and public/private health clubs.0 Total Units 18.0 Total Units 12. The program encompasses a total of 27-29 units comprising two levels of certification. This course is a prerequisite for the Paramedic Program and is required by most fire departments before the student may be hired as a firefighter. race. Required Courses: ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3. kneeling and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive device) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationship • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.0 . The Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer Certificate curriculum is designed to prepare students who wish to take exams offered by the American Council on Exercise (ACE). home automation. pushing. home automation.0 FASH 24 Fashion Patternmaking by Computer 3. Technical skills necessary for implementation of a safe. With a diversified skill base that includes CAD technology.0 KIN 24 Applied Kinesiology 2. health/ fitness professionals in corporate fitness facilities.0 Total Units 15. The Level I certification (15-16 units) develops skills in electrical fundamentals.Computer-Aided Business Division Certificate E1329 The Fashion Design . and home security systems. d) A physical examination. Required Courses: EMT 90 Emergency Medical Technician I 10.0 KIN 38 Physiology of Exercise for Fitness 3.0 KIN 39 Techniques of Fitness Testing 2. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. and /or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) • Perform considerable reaching. San Antonio College. Application Requirements and Selection Procedures Application Requirements: a) Applicant must be 18 years of age upon entrance into the course.5 Special Information: To remain in the program. positioning. Required Courses: NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health 3. The program prepares the student for the California State Contractors C-7 Low Voltage Systems license. Level II certification (12-13 units) adds customer relations and advanced skills in the installation.0 Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer Kinesiology. Awards an EMT-I Course Completion Certificate necessary for many jobs in emergency care and is prerequisite for entry into a Paramedic program or most fire department jobs. psychological and physical disabilities. proof of certain immunizations. Emphasizes the development of skills to recognize symptoms of illnesses and injuries as well as the proper procedures of pre-hospital emergency care. and troubleshooting of home theater systems. fabrication techniques. c) File a College application and be accepted as a student at Mt.5 EST 50 Electrical Fundamentals 4. the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and other nationally recognized organizations. and a criminal background check are required of all students prior to entrance into the clinical setting.Level I Technology and Health Division Certificate E0990 This is a fast-track certificate program within the fields of information and electronic technology. Selection Procedure: The course is open to all students who meet the application requirements.0 KIN 40 Techniques of Teaching 3. The program provides job skills in the areas of low voltage cable and wire installations used in the telephone industry.0 KIN 85 Fitness Specialist Work Experience 1. Completion of the required course. students will be better prepared for above entry-level positions and/or advancement to new career opportunities. stooping.5 Section 7 57 . and basic computer skills in word processing. All applicants are required Fashion Design . and home security systems (integrated home systems).0 for Cable Installations EST 54 Cabling and Wiring Standards 4. consumer electronics service technician and security system installer. video and data. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposure to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the EMT program. home theater. which includes both written and practical qualifying examinations. Either a course on preparing for the C-7 license or troubleshooting digital TV with LCD. Typical job titles in these areas are data or cable technician.5 Total Units 10. Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Electronic Systems Technology . Forms and information will be provided upon entry into the course. students must be able to speak. cabling and wiring standards for voice. student must maintain a grade of “C” or better in the course. ethnicity. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable.5 Emergency Medical Technician . computer networks (business and home).Catalog Cover to meet the Essential Functions in the Emergency Medical Technician Program. extensive or considerable standing/walking.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious.0 Recommended Electives: DNCE 39A Alignment and Correctives I 0.0 Cardiovascular Exercise KIN 41 Techniques of Teaching Weight Training 2. Athletics and Dance Division Certificate E0808 The Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer Certificate prepares students for careers as personal trainers. spreadsheets. b) High school graduate or equivalent.15.

0 Management . Although this certificate. Total Units 8. Required Courses: CISS 11 Practical Computer Security 2. and other media.0 food preparation or service.0 HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 1. Students gain practical and to complete a minimum of 60 non-paid or 75 paid management training in: food safety and sanitation. or desktop publisher.0 HRM 57 Hospitality Cost Control 3.0 15.5 Hospitality: Restaurant HRM 54 Basic Cooking Techniques 3.0 Security CISS 15 Operating Systems Security 3. fair grounds and event operations.in dining room service management and lodging ties.Required Courses: 3.Level I Graphic Design Level I Arts Division Certificate E0341 This multi-level certificate program is designed to prepare students for careers in the Graphic Design field of Communication Art. menu development and cost volume analysis. Students receive training The Catering Certificate prepares students for entrylevel positions in catering companies. Required Courses: ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 The following course to be taken twice .5 Required Courses: HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3.0 Manager Certification from the National Restaurant Total Units 10. menu development. con.0 ARTG 21B Intermediate Exhibition Production 3.50 Units) This certificate prepares the holder to enter the food HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3. developing ca.0 ARTC 120 Graphic Design II 3. Required Courses: HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1.0 CISS 13 Principles of Information Systems 4. Artists and Society 3. convention centers.Level I HRM 61 Menu Planning 3. Required Courses: Business Division HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3. by itself. client meeting techniques.5 The Hospitality: Restaurant Management . HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3. Required Courses: ARTG 20 Art. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students the skills to identify network threats and protect the system against them. Students who successfully complete the requirements for this certificate will also be required planning companies.0 Certificate E1390 HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation (1. Students who successfully complete the requirements for this certificate will also earn the Food Protection Manager Certification from the National Restaurant Association upon passing the ServSafe Exam.0 service field as a skilled food service worker in either HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 1. dining room service management.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Bookmarks Contents Gallery Design/Operation and Art Profession Arts Division Certificate E1020 This certificate is designed to provide students with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to display an esthetically and conceptually effective art exhibition.0 Renaissance Through Modern AHIS 6 History of Modern Art 3. catering.0 HRM 54 Basic Cooking Techniques 3. print advertising artist.5 HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3. banquets facili. Students are given creative design and technology skills necessary to develop successful graphic design for print.0 for this certificate will also earn the Food Protection HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 1.0 3.0 ARTC 140 Graphic Design III 3. San Antonio College Catalog . Required Courses: HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3.0 ARTG 21A Introduction to Exhibition Production 3.0 HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1.0 Total Units 9.0 Certificate E1333 Total Units 10. hotel food and beverage outlets. may not qualify a student for a career in network security.0 Certificate E0343 The Restaurant Management .0 Total Units 17.0 Business Division HRM 62 Catering 3.5 Hospitality: Restaurant HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3.once as an off-campus experience and once as an on-campus experience (2 Units) ARTG 22A Exhibition Design and Art Gallery 1. publication artist. tering business plans. hotels.0 Association upon passing the ServSafe Exam.0 Operation Work Experience ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3. web.Level II Certificate prepares students for mid-level or Manager-In-Training positions in restaurants. The production software reflects industry standards and course content is driven by industry needs.0 ARTC 200 Web Design ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV Total Units 3.0 HRM 61 Menu Planning 3.0 Students who successfully complete the requirements HRM 70 Introduction to Lodging 3.0 tract creation and banquet event order development.0 PLUS select one (1) course from: AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3. interface or content designer.Level I Business Division Certificate prepares students for entry-level positions Certificate E0344 in the hospitality industry. theme parks and other food service businesses.0 Total Units 17.5 Information and Operating Systems Security Business Division Certificate E0731 The Information and Operating Systems Security certificate provides students the skills to analyze security risks to a computer network and select and deploy countermeasures to reduce the network’s exposure to such risks.Level I Certificate prepares the holder for an entry-level posiHospitality: Food Services tion within a restaurant.hours of work experience in the hospitality industry. it would ideally compliment other network security certificates and/or degrees within the CIS program. Students will demonstrate the ability to create a secure computer system and utilize security tools to protect it from security threats. Students will acquire the knowledge of various/diverse artistic media and develop a career-oriented artistic perspective. Students gain practical and management 2013-14 Mt.0 Management .Level II Total Units 7.5 Business Division Hospitality: Catering training in: food safety and sanitation. food production.0 HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1. food production.0 58 Business Division Certificate E1332 The Hospitality: Hospitality Management .0 Hospitality: Hospitality Management . This Graphic Design Level I certificate offers the essential skills required for entry-level employment opportunities as a production or layout artist.

The eligibility appointment: a) Once a student has completed all course prerequisites. 3. ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE NURSING PROGRAM. An overall grade point average of 2. or more) • Perform considerable reaching. Role Transition .5 Integration/Regulation NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2. Human Physiology. b) Students who have completed coursework at other colleges must bring the following information to their eligibility appointment: • Official transcripts of all college work completed at all colleges. Human Physiology. applicants must submit their names to the Nursing Office for approval prior to enrollment in this course.0 NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation 5. Excel and Access.) Required Courses: NURS 5 Psychiatric Nursing 3. endorsement for licensure may not be granted. 2. a course description and a copy of the course syllabus. This decision is not subject to change at a later date. This option is specifically designed for California licensees. GED. and Microbiology prerequisite courses with no grade less than a “C” for each course and no more than one repetition of any one of these courses. High school graduation or GED or academic degree from an accredited college/university in the United States.0 Total Units 16. c) All students will need to bring official proof of high school graduation. a minimum of four semester units. Human Anatomy. completion of this certificate program entitles the student to apply for examination for licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of California. using spreadsheets to enter. and crouching. Non-course requirements: 1. kneeling. Current Level C-Provider CPR certification 9. pushing. it would complement a degree such as business or engineering that requires computer skills. A physical examination. students will enter on a first come first served basis. including specific immunizations is required of candidates prior to the beginning of nursing classes. Other states do not have this provision in their laws. Applicants must have completed all prerequisite courses prior to taking NURS 70. San Antonio College.0 NURS 10 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 4. Procedure: Students must complete all course prerequisites prior to requesting an appointment for certifying readiness to enter into the Nursing program. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. 59 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Section 7 . or considerable standing/walking. 8. Although the completion of this certificate may not qualify a student for a job in the computer industry. extensive. using a database to store and retrieve data and to create forms. bending. This certificate may lead to new opportunities and provide students with the groundwork upon which to build a career. Applicants must provide proof of current Vocational Nurse License. • Students completing college coursework outside of the United States will need to have their transcripts evaluated by an approved international transcript evaluation agency and must bring the final evaluation to their appointment (students may be able to obtain a list of agencies from the Admissions Office).0 6. Emphasis is placed on developing formatted documents. Students will demonstrate the ability to use software to solve business problems and create commercial web sites. • If the prerequisite courses were completed at another college. a minimum of four semester units.0 and Decorative Arts Total Units 9. including a laboratory component. implement security techniques to protect computer systems from malware. Psychiatric Nursing. LVN applicants must declare their educational goal at the time of application (30-Unit or Associate Degree). as well as testing negative for drug use. (NURS 70.5 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. a minimum of four semester units. they will need to be able to pass both a criminal background check. Microbiology. stooping. positioning. including a laboratory component. A certificate documenting completion is awarded at the end of the course of study. Required Courses: CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.5 for the Human Anatomy.Due to the clinical component of NURS 70. please inform the Counselor/ Educational Advisor that this applies to you.Career Mobility Track Technology and Health Division Certificate E1202 In keeping with Section 1429 of the Board of Registered Nursing Rules and Regulations. CPR card. calculate and graph data. reports and queries. Eligibility for Math 51 4. Selection Process: Students applying for admission to the Nursing Program will be required to see either a counselor or educational advisor to verify their eligibility to enter the Nursing program. 2. Prerequisite Courses: 1.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Interior Design: Level I Business Division Certificate B0303 Interior Design: Level I Certificate is designed to prepare students with a broad overview and solid foundation in the area of interior design and related fields. the student will then apply to the Nursing Department on an appointment basis. The student who elects to complete the 30-Unit Option track is not a graduate of the Associate in Science Degree Nursing Program at Mt. therefore. 5. • APPOINTMENTS FOR ELIGIBILTY VERIFICATION WILL ONLY BE MADE DURING THE FOLLOWING MONTHS: September 1 .April 30 Students should also be aware that once they have been admitted to the Nursing program and before beginning the Clinical portion of the program. and using HTML and web page editors to create and publish multimedia web sites. 7. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that enables students to become proficient with business software such as Word. A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2. Possess a California Licensed Vocational Nurse license. Nursing 70 Role Transition must be completed with a credit grade prior to entrance into the program. lifting.0 for Interior Design ID 14 History of Furniture 3. Background Check. 3. Criminal background check and drug screening must be completed prior to any patient contact. including a screening by the Office of Inspector General for welfare or Social Security fraud. or college graduation from an accredited institution in the United States.5 Total Units 7. protecting a computer’s hardware and software. Required Courses: ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3. maintain a computer using utility programs. Introduction to Computer Information Technology Business Division Certificate E0712 The Introduction to Computer Information Technology certificate is designed to prepare students for careers that require the understanding and use of computer technology.0 PSYC 1A must be completed prior to entrance into NURS 5. and create web sites. physical.and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort(lift/ carry 50 lbs.5 and Oxygenation NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1. including a laboratory component.0 LVN 30-Unit Option . • Due to specific college deadlines for I nternational Student applications.0 ID 12 Materials and Products 3. and drug testing prior to the start of class. Individuals who complete this track are not eligible to return to the college at a later date to complete a degree in nursing.October 31 March 1 . Once eligibility has been established.5 for all college coursework completed.

wellness centers.5 Certificate E0927 This certificate provides a strong background in Total Units 17. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious.0 MFG 38B MasterCAM II 2.5 extensive knowledge of business-related productivity NF 20 Principles of Foods 3. Phase I covers Pilates theory and the Mat and Reformer repertoire of exercises. and using HTML and web page editors to create and publish Web sites.) and Head Start. Required Courses: MFG 10 Mathematics & Blueprint Reading 3. and Solids packages along with KIN 24 Applied Kinesiology 2.0 CISB 51 Microsoft PowerPoint 3.5 MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0.0 Excel.I. and create com. Access and PowerPoint software. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition 3.5 Technology and Health Division DN-T 30 Teaching Pilates Reformer Repertoire 1. The Microcomputer Productivity Software certificate is Required Courses: designed to prepare students for careers that require HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1. corporate fitness facilities.5 .Microsoft Access Lab CISN 21 Windows Operating Software 4. solve business problems and create commercial Web sites.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate Bookmarks Contents Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive device) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.0 knowledge and skills in nutrition science. Students will demonstrate the ability to use software to store and retrieve data.0 for Manufacturing MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 MFG 38 MasterCAM I 2.0 KIN 3 First Aid and CPR 3. Required Courses: DN-T 27 Theory and Principles of Pilates 3.0 food preparation. 3-D. learn advanced features of 3.0 sistants or dietary service workers in hospital or school food service or with community agencies such as The Federal Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women. food science. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. sexual orientation. The certificate curriculum meets the standards of the Pilates Method Alliance and includes lecture. self-study. public/ private health clubs and private training in a home studio.0 Kinesiology.0 This certificate is designed to give students basic KINI 50A Yoga 0. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include systems analyst.0 Nutrition the necessary machine shop theory and practice to Plus select two (2) courses from: input sound functional data into the CAD/CAM system.0 Control (CNC) Programming Total Units 11.0 software. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable. Total Units 17.0 MFG 12 Manufacturing Processes II 2. using Access to create and maintain database tables. administrative assistant and office manager. Microcomputer Productivity Infants. Required Courses: CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition .5 Required Courses: Certificate E0353 DNCE 40 Conditioning Through Dance 0.0 DN-T 31 Pilates Teaching-Mat and Reformer 3. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposure to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Nursing program.0 that enables students to maintain and troubleshoot a or Windows operating system. ethnicity race. creating and manipulating PowerPoint slide shows with multimedia content. Emphasis is placed on customizing. psychological and physical disabilities. MFG 85 Manual Computerized Numerical 2.0 DN-T 28 Functional Anatomy for Pilates 2. Students Software desiring a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition Business Division (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or Certificate E0336 advisor to discuss transferability of courses. reports and queries.0 MasterCAM 2-D.0 MasterCAM DN-T 29 Teaching Pilates Mat Repertoire 1.0 MFG 85 Manual Computerized Numerical 2.0 .0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Pilates Professional Teacher Training Phase I: Mat and Reformer 60 2013-14 Mt. developing spreadsheet pivot tables and macros. and teaching hours. students must be able to speak.0 These core courses provide the necessary skills for Control (CNC) Programming those seeking entry-level employment as nutrition as Total Unit 8. culture. San Antonio College Catalog .5 CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 3. forms. optimizing and securing a Windows-based computer. dance studios. Athletics and Dance Division Certificate E0315 The Pilates Professional Teacher Training Certificate prepares students for careers as Pilate instructors/ trainers in professional Pilates studios. Business Division DNCE 39B Alignment and Correctives II 0. and food safety and sanitation.5 mercial Web sites.C.Honors Total Units 7. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.0 CISD 11 Database Management 3.5 MFG 38 MasterCAM I 2. and Children (W. Machine Operator Technology and Health Division Certificate E0956 This certificate provides a foundation of basic skills for employment in a variety of entry-level manufacturing positions.

Macroeconomics BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 Welding Technology and Health Division Certificate E0919 This program is designed to prepare the student for employment in the broad field of welding and (1) leads to occupations in manufacturing and repair.0 Total Units 15.0 for Welders WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3.0 R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3. The Level I Radio Broadcasting On-Air Certificate provides an overview of fundamental skills essential to the field as well as the business and legal aspects of the industry.0 BUSR 57 Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate 3.0 BUSR 52 Real Estate Practice 3. Radio Broadcasting: On-Air .0 .5 Laboratory CISP 14 Advanced Visual Basic . an applicant must complete three (3) college level courses specified by the California Department of Real Estate.0 Section 7 61 .0 CISP 14L Advanced Visual Basic. Courses in the welding curriculum prepare students for welding certificates.0 Plus select one (1) course from: (3-5 units) BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . and (2) helps prepare the student for positions in supervision. Students will demonstrate the ability to design and implement a Visual Basic application that contains the client interface.11.5 .Financial 5.0 Total Units 8. Required Courses: WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. and implementing ASP.0 BUSR 62 Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending 3.0 Total Units 15.0 R-TV 09 Broadcast Sales and Promotion 3.0 Total Units 9.0 BUSR 76 Escrow Procedures I 3.0 BUSR 51 Legal Aspects of Real Estate 3.0 Recommended Electives: WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3.5 Radio Broadcasting: Behind-the-Scenes . the server implementation and the database. The certificate offers a balanced set of classes that provides students the client.0 R-TV 10 Radio Programming and Producer 3. server and database programming skills required by industry.0 WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3.Microsoft Access Lab CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3.0 R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3.0 Techniques R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.0 R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3. Opportunities available after the completion of this certificate include programming for systems.NET and .0 R-TV 05 Radio-TV Newswriting 3. The Level I Radio Broadcasting Behind-the –Scenes Certificate provides an overview of the fundamental skills essential to the field as well as the business and legal aspects of the industry. mobile applications. The College is a testing agency for the City of Los Angeles.NET Laboratory 0. Two of these classes are mandated: Real Estate Principles (BUSR 50) and Real Estate Practice (BUSR 52).0 Investments BUSR 59 Real Estate Property Management 3. The Real Estate Sales Certificate includes these three classes for a total of 9 units needed to apply for the California Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination.0 .5 PLGL 40 Landlord-Tenant Law 3.0 BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3. ADO. The third class may be any real estate or real estate related course specified by The California Department of Real Estate.0 BUSR 55 Real Estate Economics 3. Required Courses: R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.0 BUSR 53 Real Estate Finance 3.0 WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3.NET 3. Required Courses: CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.0 BUSR 60 Real Estate Investment Planning 3.0 Real Estate Sales Certificate Business Division Certificate E0342 Prior to taking the California Real Estate Salespersons Examination.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0.0 Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substituted for WELD 70A.0 . web based applications. There is a $50 charge for students and $60 for nonstudents to take this test. Topics of the written portion of the test which is administered by the City are reviewed in various welding courses offered by the College.5 CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.NET Framework for reusable software components. and is authorized to administer the performance test for the Structural Welding certificate.0 BUSC 1A Principles of Economics 3. integration of systems and web applications.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to a Certificate PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO A CERTIFICATE Programming In Visual Basic Business Division Certificate E0335 The Programming in Visual Basic Certificate is designed to prepare students for a career in computer programming.NET.5 Total Units 17.Level I Arts Division Certificate E0316 This multi-level certificate program prepares students to enter the field of broadcasting in a behind-thescenes capacity.0 CISP 11L Programming in Visual Basic 0.0 R-TV 02 On-Air Personality Development 3. Required Courses: BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles 3. Required Courses: R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.0 BUSR 81 Appraisal: Principles and Procedures 3. Emphasis is placed on object-oriented programming applications.Level I Arts Division Certificate E0317 This multi-level certificate program prepares students to enter the field of on-air radio broadcasting and related areas.5 CISD 11 Database Management 3.

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San Antonio College can be met in either of two ways: 1. students obtaining the Associate in Arts degree will find that they have a solid foundation for further postsecondary study should they wish to transfer at a later date. If a student is denied graduation. San Antonio College degree requirements. Obtaining a satisfactory score on the Intermediate Algebra Competency Examination.html. Require post-secondary level skills in reading. Math 71 Intermediate Algebra. Additional Requirements for the Associate in Science degree Students must complete all required courses in an approved occupational major with a minimum grade of “C” in all course. 12 units in residence and enrollment in last semester. The following requirements apply to both Associate in Science (A. Residency Requirement:  The residency requirement for Mt. Courses that fulfill general education requirements must: 1. Additional Requirements for the Associate in Arts degree Students must complete a pattern of 18 or more units from the courses identified within a specific area of emphasis with a minimum grade of “C” in all courses. Students may apply for graduation one semester prior to completing all required coursework. Students will also receive their diplomas in the mail thereafter. All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. or   2. KINX with a grade of “C” or better or “CR”. and to communicate ideas logically and confidently. 12 units in residence and enrollment in the last semester. See pages 91-97 for listings of the Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences with areas of emphasis. are two-year degrees in Liberal Arts and Sciences that provide for broad exploration of a specific area of emphasis. See pages 68-91 for listings of the Associate in Science degree majors. the degree will be posted to the student’s academic record and will appear on the transcript. General Education Requirements:  At least 24 units are required which shall include courses in each of the General Education areas. more rewarding life. nor are they limited to. San Antonio College offers both Associate in Science (A. general education courses provide an understanding of the human condition and of human accomplishments and encourage a lifelong interest in learning. n live a richer. Students should check the Schedule of Classes in the Key Dates section for specific deadline dates for any given semester. the Associate in Science degrees are two-year occupational degrees that prepare students for a variety of career and technical fields.A. San Antonio College General Education requirements. and must include the satisfactory completion of all the required courses in the additional major.0.S. majors in a specialized field of study. A through E (see pages 63-64). SAC. or more appropriate for. Reading Competency:  This requirement is met by completing one of the following with a grade of “C” or better: READ 90 Preparing for College Reading AMLA 33R American Language Advanced Reading or obtaining placement into READ 100 on initial Reading Placement exam or obtaining a satisfactory score on the Reading Competency Test. Students should meet with a Counselor to discuss their Education Plan prior to submitting the Application for Graduation. respect for differences among people. San Antonio College can be met in either of two ways:   1. Together with other Mt. Winter: deadline to apply for winter graduation is the end of the ninth week of the fall semester. Residency Requirement The Residency Requirement for Mt. Completing a more advanced college level mathematics course. or Math 71B Intermediate Algebra . Once the degree has been conferred. KINA. Math Competency:  This requirement is met by completing one of the following with a grade of “C” or better. Students may be awarded both an Associate in Science degree and an Associate in Arts degree with the 60 units required for an Associate degree if they have met the requirements for both within the 60 units of earned credit. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Application for Graduation The Application for Graduation is the student’s notification to Admissions and Records that he or she has completed all requirements and would like to receive a degree. degree majors may be double counted toward the Mt. All students intending to receive a degree must file an Application for Graduation with the Admissions and Records office and have on file all required documents and official transcripts.) and Associate in Arts (A. San Antonio College “degree” total grade point average. 45 units in residence if the last semester is not at Mt. and “all college” total grade point average of 2.   1.A. to challenge authority. GPA Requirement:  A Mt. The Associate in Arts degrees.) degrees: Unit Requirement:  Sixty (60) degree-appropriate units. productive citizen. he or she will be informed in writing.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Mt.S. to examine issues from different perspectives. General education courses emphasize the ability to reason. Students awarded additional degrees must meet or complete the current general education requirements in effect at the time of re-entry. Applications received after the deadline will be processed with the next graduation cycle. The Application for Graduation form is available in the Admissions and Records office or online at www. and critical thinking.Second Half or Math 71X Practical Intermediate Algebra or   2. The deadline dates for submitting the Application for Graduation are as follows: Fall: deadline to apply for fall graduation is the end of the ninth week. The Associate in Arts for Transfer and Associate in Science for Transfer degrees are designed to provide students with a seamless transition for transfer with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. writing. It is a broadly-based core of humanistic knowledge and abilities.mtsac. quantitative reasoning. General education courses are not primarily skills-based. Each additional degree requires 18 units of course work beyond the 60 units required for the first degree(s).) and Associate in Arts (A. KINS. KINL.A. or   3. NOTE: All courses used for the A.) degrees. They instill open-mindedness. the acquisition of which is the distinctive characteristic of the educated person. KINI. 45 units in residence if the last semester is not at Mt. Physical Well-Being Requirement:  Complete at least one of the physical education activity courses with the following prefixes: DNCE. the general education component of the associate degree prepares students to: n transfer to and function successfully in a baccalaureate degreegranting institution. Section 8 63 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . San Antonio College. n enter the work force as a competent. SAC. Summer: deadline to apply for summer graduation is the end of the ninth week of the spring semester. or 2. and knowledge of self. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2013-14 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Philosophy Statement General education is the distinguishing feature of higher education. In general.edu/students/admissions/gradp. By exposing students to different fields of study. KINF. Spring: deadline to apply for spring graduation is the end of the ninth week. In many cases and with appropriate academic advising. A letter grade of “C” or better is required for each course required for graduation. while not intended specifically for transfer. Multiple degrees The Associate in Science degree shall be awarded to those graduates who majored in one of the occupational programs at Mt.

Impart understanding. and music. They teach students the relationship of language to logic. Courses fulfilling this requirement: n promote understanding and appreciation of the methodologies and tools of science. as well as how to analyze. including the contributions of women. San Antonio College Catalog . sexuality. n the earth’s ecosystem. political. Science and Math C. The SLOs can be found at http://www. n provide active participation and practice in written and oral communication. n acquire the curiosity and skills essential for lifelong learning. the humanities. design solutions. nutrition. Courses fulfilling this requirement: n provide understanding of the psychological and social significance of communication. Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development Criteria for inclusion in each of the above categories are itemized below: A. GEOs have been determined and will be assessed by faculty who teach courses within Areas A-E of our general education pattern. health. D. Communication and Critical Thinking B.html Adapted from CSU Executive Order 595 and Title 5 Section 40405. the discovery. and perspectives acquired by students who satisfy our general education requirements. dance. B. GENERAL EDUCATION OUTCOMES (GEOS) GEOs are statements that define the knowledge. and the relationship of people to the social and physical environment. They encourage students to respond subjectively as well as objectively and to develop a sense of the integrity of emotional and intellectual responses. and non-western cultures. Social Sciences These courses explore. SLOs will be assessed by faculty who teach courses and oversee programs. criticize. and accept responsibility for their decisions. and economic institutions that underpin society. It is through the assessment of GEOs that the Mt. SAC general education curriculum will be evaluated for improvements. accuracy. Arts and Humanities D. and impact on. n probe the relationship between these institutions and human behavior.mtsac. implications of death and dying. n the psychological. (See Mt. E. Courses that fulfill general education requirements must fall into one of the content categories listed below: A. n include both Western and non-Western settings.edu/instruction/outcomes/sloinfo. n define problems. political. social. ethnic minorities. knowledge. both cooperatively and independently. critical evaluation. and economic institutions and behavior. n include the role of. and mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning with applications. including their interrelationships. n emphasize the influence of scientific knowledge on the development of civilization. non-white ethnic minorities and women. drama. sensibility and sensitivity. and writing effectively. SAC degree competency requirements. Communication and Critical Thinking These courses emphasize both the content and form of communication. the social. n may include a foreign language course that contains a cultural component as opposed to a course that focuses solely on skills acquisition. n impart appreciation and understanding of basic concepts. n impart an understanding of the interrelationship between creative art. 3. n function as active. Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development These courses facilitate an understanding of human beings as integrated physiological.edu/instruction/general/geos_mtsac. n work effectively. and to reach sound conclusions.) C. ethical citizens. literature. quantitative reasoning and application. social and psychological organisms. Courses fulfilling this requirement: n provide selective consideration of human behavior. and physiological dimensions of men and women as individuals and as members of society. skills. and appreciation of: n our shared scientific. including the processes that formed it and the strategies that are necessary for its maintenance. make informed choices. critically analyze results. and the self. and artistic heritage. and advocate ideas. Science and Mathematics These courses impart knowledge about living and non-living systems. SAC can be found at: www. historical. n examine these institutions in both their historical and contemporary context. n provide exposure to both Western and non-Western cultures. reading. n focus on communication from the rhetorical perspective: reasoning. responsible. stress. advocacy. The GEOs for Mt. n human social. Courses fulfilling this requirement: n study great work of the human imagination. Humanities These courses cultivate intellect. n illustrate how communication operates in various situations.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2. skills. Social Sciences E. technological. n offer specific inquiry into mathematical concepts. listening. Courses fulfilling these requirements: n promote understanding and appreciation of social. speaking. imagination. n use available media to access and retrieve reliable information for data gathering and research. and economic institutions.1 64 2013-14 Mt. and reporting of information. not just skills. n develop and question personal and societal values.mtsac. and perspectives acquired by students who satisfy program and course requirements. at the micro and macro-level. political. Improve students’ abilities to: n communicate oral and written ideas effectively. to reason deductively and inductively. It is through the assessment of SLOs that the curriculum will be evaluated for improvements.html PROGRAM AND COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOS) Program and course student learning outcomes are statements that define the knowledge. organization. n increase awareness and appreciation of the traditional humanistic disciplines such as art.

or ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts AHIS 3 AHIS 3H AHIS 4 AHIS 4H AHIS 5 AHIS 5H AHIS 6 AHIS 6H AHIS 8 AHIS 9 AHIS 10 AHIS 11 AHIS 12 AHIS 12H AHIS 14 AHIS 15 ARCH 31 ARCH 32 ARTB 14 ARTD 15A ARTD 20 ARTD 25A ARTG 20 ARTS 22 ARTS 30A ARTS 40A DN-T 20 ID 14 MUS 7 MUS 11A MUS 11B MUS 12 MUS 13 MUS 13H MUS 14A MUS 14B MUS 15 PHOT 15 History of Women and Gender in Art History of Women and Gender in Art – Honors History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic – Honors History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern – Honors History of Modern Art History of Modern Art – Honors History of Medieval Art and Architecture History of Asian Art and Architecture A History of Greek and Roman Art and Architecture History of African. Galaxies.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2013-14 AREA A: Communication in the English Language (6 units): Select one [1] courses from the following: ENGL 1A Freshman Composition ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition – Honors Select one [1] courses from the following: SPCH 1A Public Speaking SPCH 1AH Public Speaking – Honors SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication SPCH 8 Professional and Organizational Speaking SPCH 8H Professional and Organizational Speaking – Honors AREA B: The Physical Universe and Life (3 units): Select one [1] course from the Physical Sciences or Life Sciences: PHYSICAL SCIENCES ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy – Honors ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory ASTR 7 Geology of the Solar System ASTR 8 Introduction to Stars. with at least one [1] course from the Arts and one [1] from Humanities: ARTS AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts. Oceanic. six [6] units minimum. and the Universe CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM 50 General Chemistry I CHEM 50H General Chemistry I – Honors CHEM 51 General Chemistry II GEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography GEOG 1H Elements of Physical Geography – Honors GEOG 1L Physical Geography Laboratory GEOG 1LH Physical Geography Laboratory – Honors GEOL 1 Physical Geology GEOL 7 Geology of California GEOL 8 Earth Science GEOL 8H Earth Science – Honors GEOL 8L Earth Science Laboratory GEOL 9 Environmental Geology GEOL 10 Natural Disasters METO 3 Weather and the Atmospheric Environment METO 3L Weather and the Atmospheric Environment Laboratory OCEA 10 Introduction to Oceanography OCEA 10H Introduction to Oceanography – Honors OCEA 10L Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory PHSC 3 Energy Science PHSC 7 Physical Science PHSC 7L Physical Science Laboratory PHYS 1 Physics PHYS 2AG General Physics PHYS 2BG General Physics PHYS 4A Engineering Physics PHYS 4B Engineering Physics PHYS 4C Engineering Physics LIFE SCIENCES AGOR 1 Horticultural Science ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology ANAT 35 Human Anatomy ANAT 36 Human Physiology ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology ANTH 1H Biological Anthropology – Honors ANTH 1L Biological Anthropology Laboratory BIOL 1 General Biology BIOL 2 Plant and Animal Biology BIOL 3 Ecology and Field Biology BIOL 4 Biology for Majors BIOL 4H Biology for Majors – Honors BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment BIOL 6L Humans and the Environment Laboratory BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology BIOL 17 Neurobiology and Behavior BIOL 20 Marine Biology BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics BIOL 34L Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology MICR 22 Microbiology PSYC 1B Biological Psychology AREA C: Arts and Humanities (6 units): Select two [2] courses.1877 History of the African American History of Africa Women in American History California History Section 8 65 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . Artists and Society Design: Three-Dimensional Ceramics: Beginning I Sculpture: Beginning History and Appreciation of Dance History of Furniture and Decorative Arts Fundamentals of Music Music Literature Survey Music Literature Survey History of Jazz Introduction to Music Appreciation Introduction to Music Appreciation – Honors World Music American Folk Music Rock Music History and Appreciation History of Photography HUMANITIES ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic ARAB 2 CHIN 1 CHIN 2 CHIN 3 CHIN 4 ENGL 1B ENGL 1BH FRCH 1 FRCH 2 FRCH 3 FRCH 4 FRCH 5 FRCH 6 FRCH 60 GERM 1 GERM 2 GERM 3 *HIST 1 *HIST 3 *HIST 3H *HIST 4 *HIST 4H *HIST 7 *HIST 7H *HIST 8 *HIST 8H *HIST 10 *HIST 11 *HIST 19 *HIST 30 *HIST 31 *HIST 35 *HIST 36 *HIST 39 SPCH 4 THTR 9 THTR 10 THTR 11 Performance of Literature Introduction to Theatre Arts History of Theatre Arts Principles of Acting I Continuing Elementary Arabic Elementary Chinese Continuing Elementary Chinese Intermediate Chinese Continuing Intermediate Chinese English – Introduction to Literary Types English – Introduction to Literary Types – Honors Elementary French Continuing Elementary French Intermediate French Continuing Intermediate French Advanced French Continuing Advanced French French Culture Through Cinema Elementary German Continuing Elementary German Intermediate German History of the United States World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern – Honors World History: Early Modern to the Present World History: Early Modern to the Present – Honors History of the United States to 1877 History of the United States to 1877 – Honors History of the United States from 1865 History of the United States from 1865 – Honors History of Premodern Asia History of Modern Asia History of Mexico History of the African American 1619 . and Native American Art History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture – Honors Rome: The Ancient City Culture and Art of Pompeii World Architecture I World Architecture II Basic Studio Arts Drawing: Beginning Design: Two-Dimensional Beginning Painting I Art.

Family. even if a course is listed in more than one area. Culture. History and American Institutions Select one [1] course from the following: *HIST 1 History of the United States *HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 *HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 – Honors *HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 *HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 – Honors *HIST 30 History of the African American 1619-1877 *HIST 31 History of the African American *HIST 36 Women in American History *HIST 40 History of the Mexican American POLI 1 Political Science POLI 1H Political Science – Honors POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States POLI 35 African American Politics Elective Courses – select at least one [1] course from the following list (3 units): AGAG 1 Food Production. San Antonio College Catalog . Development and Aging BIOL 15 Human Sexuality BIOL 15H Human Sexuality – Honors BIOL 24 Introduction to Public Health *CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development *CHLD 10H Child Growth and Lifespan Development – Honors *CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development COUN 5 Career/Life Planning FCS 41 Life Management KIN 34 Fitness for Living LEAD 55 Exploring Leadership NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition – Honors NF 28 Cultural and Ethnic Foods *PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology *PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology *PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living *SOC 15 Child Development *SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication *SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication – Honors *Courses may not be double counted to satisfy more than one area. Sex.S. and Mass Media Images POLI 2 Comparative Politics *POLI 5 Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern *POLI 7 Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations POLI 10 Environmental Politics PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors *PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology *PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology *PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women SOC 1 Sociology SOC 1H Sociology – Honors SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 2H Contemporary Social Problems – Honors SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology – Honors SOC 14 Marriage and the Family SOC 14H Marriage and the Family– Honors *SOC 15 Child Development SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations – Honors SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication – Honors *SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication *SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication – Honors SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies AREA E: Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (3 units): Select one [1] course from the following: AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2013-14 (CONTINUED) Bookmarks Contents *HIST 40 HUMA 1 ITAL 1 ITAL 2 ITAL 3 ITAL 4 ITAL 60 JAPN 1 JAPN 2 JAPN 3 JAPN 4 JAPN 5 LATN 1 LATN 2 LIT 1 LIT 2 LIT 3 LIT 6A LIT 6B LIT 10 LIT 11A LIT 11B LIT 14 LIT 15 LIT 20 LIT 25 LIT 36 LIT 40 LIT 46 LIT 47 PHIL 5 PHIL 5H PHIL 12 PHIL 12H PHIL 15 PHIL 15H PHIL 20A PHIL 20AH PHIL 20B PHIL 20BH *POLI 5 *POLI 7 SIGN 101 SIGN 102 66 History of the Mexican American The Humanities Elementary Italian Continuing Elementary Italian Intermediate Italian Continuing Intermediate Italian Italian Culture Through Cinema Elementary Japanese Continuing Elementary Japanese Intermediate Japanese Continuing Intermediate Japanese Advanced Japanese Elementary Latin Continuing Elementary Latin Early American Literature Modern American Literature Multicultural American Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of Shakespeare World Literature to 1650 World Literature from 1650 Introduction to Modern Poetry Introduction to Cinema African American Literature Contemporary Mexican American Literature Introduction to Mythology Children’s Literature The Bible as Literature: Old Testament The Bible as Literature: New Testament Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy – Honors Ethics Ethics – Honors Major World Religions Major World Religions – Honors History of Western Philosophy History of Western Philosophy – Honors History of Western Philosophy History of Western Philosophy – Honors Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary American Sign Language 1 American Sign Language 2 SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking SPAN 12 Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking AREA D: Social. Treatment and Recovery BIOL 5 Contemporary Health Issues BIOL 13 Human Reproduction. Political and Economic Institutions (6 units): U. School and Community *CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development *CHLD 10H Child Growth and Lifespan Development – Honors *CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development GEOG 2 Human Geography GEOG 2H Human Geography – Honors GEOG 5 World Regional Geography GEOG 8 The Urban World GEOG 30 Geography of California GEOG 30H Geography of California – Honors *HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern *HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern – Honors *HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present *HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to the Present – Honors *HIST 10 History of Premodern Asia *HIST 11 History of Modern Asia *HIST 19 History of Mexico *HIST 35 History of Africa *HIST 39 California History HIST 44 History of Native Americans JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media JOUR 107 Race. PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2013-14 Mt. Land Use and Politics – A Global Perspective AGFR 20 Conservation of Natural Resources ANTH 3 Archaeology ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology ANTH 30 The Native American BUSC 1A Principles of Economics – Macroeconomics BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics – Macroeconomics – Honors BUSC 1B Principles of Economics – Microeconomics BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics – Microeconomics – Honors CHLD 1 Child.

......... 71 Business: Management.................................. 71 Business: Retail Management...................... 70 Architectural Technology – Technology Concentration.............................. 73 Fashion Design..........) LISTING BY INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISION —ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE Mt. 85 Registered Veterinary Technology....................................... 73 Construction Inspection.......................................................................... 91 Business Division Accounting..... 76 General Business......... 78 Livestock Management..................................... 72 Commercial Flight. 76 Histologic Technician Training................ 77 Horse Ranch Management.......................................... 77 Hospitality and Restaurant Management................. 77 Section 8 67 ................... 88 Small Business Management................................................................ 85 Psychiatric Technician to RN.............................................................................. 84 Park & Sports Turf Management.................. 68 Agri-Technology.......................................................................................................... 89 Technology & Health Division Air Conditioning and Refrigeration............................ 72 Computer and Networking Technology.... 78 I-J-K Industrial Design Engineering..... 84 Park & Sports Turf Management................................................................... 77 Photography....... 68 Applied Laboratory Science Technology (ALST)............................................................................................ 91 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE F S-T Fashion Design............... 79 International Business........................ San Antonio College offers two year occupational degrees in the following section of this Catalog.... 79 L Law Enforcement............................. 68 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant    Maintenance Technology – Evening....................... 88 Registered Veterinary Technology................................................................................................................. 79 Interior Design – Kitchen and Bath.................................................................................... 87 Real Estate.... 77 Histologic Technician Training................................................ 71 Child Development. 71 B-C-D Building Automation............... 71 Child Development.............................................................................................................................. 85 R Radio Broadcasting: Behind the Scenes........ 85 Natural Sciences Division Agri-Technology.................................. 81 Paralegal/Legal Assistant............. 78 Law Enforcement.................. 76 Fashion Merchandising................................................................... 85 Radiologic Technology................................................................. 74 Correctional Sciences........................................................................ 76 Integrated Pest Management.................. 71 Building Automation....................... plus additional general education courses as listed on pages 65-66............................ 73 Graphic Design.......................................................... 85 Physical Education............Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree ALPHABETICAL LISTING — ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE (A.................... 87 Television Production.......................................................................... 72 Computer and Networking Technology.................................. 76 Small Business Management....................................................... For further information............................... 68 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant    Maintenance Technology – Day........................................................................... 76 G-H (cont.................. 76 Equipment Technology............... 80 Livestock Management........ 81 Marketing Management......... 81 Mental Health Technology – Psychiatric Technology................................................................................... 84 Paralegal/Legal Assistant........... 74 E Educational Paraprofessional...................................................................................................................... 90 Fashion Merchandising.... 84 Pet Science............................................................. 86 Radio Broadcasting: On the Air............... 71 Commercial Flight...................................... 76 Fire Technology.................................................................................. 74 Emergency Medical Services.............................................. 75 Engineering Design Technology......................................................................... 78 Human Resource Management.................................................. 70 Applied Laboratory Science Technology (ALST)............. 80 Licensed Vocational Nurse to RN.............. 83 O-P-Q Ornamental Horticulture................... 73 Computer Network Administration and   Security Management...................................................................................... 78 Hospitality and Restaurant Management....................................................................... 68 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant    Maintenance Technology – Day........................................................ 71 Aviation Science....................... 69 Alcohol/Drug Counseling..... 70 Architectural Technology – Technology Concentration.............................. To qualify for the degree.............................................................. 85 Photography. 89 Arts Division Animation......................... 68 Business: Management.............. 72 Computer – Database Management Systems.................................................................................................. 84 Real Estate............................. 70 Architectural Technology – Design Concentration.................................................................... 90 Fire Technology............................................................. 77 Welding – Semiautomatic Arc Welding....... 87 Respiratory Therapy. 91 G-H U-V-W General Business................. 84 Pet Science....................................................................... 78 Interior Design ... 72 Computer – Database Management Systems...................... 69 Architectural Technology – Design Concentration........ 71 Aviation Science.................................................................................................................. 79 Interior Design – Kitchen and Bath..........S... 72 Computer Graphics Digital Technology....................................................................................... 87 Radiologic Technology.......................................................................................... 70 Equipment Technology.................. 69 Alcohol/Drug Counseling........................................... 72 Computer Network Administration &   Security Management............ 77 Industrial Design Engineering............. 69 Animation .............................. 85 Radio Broadcasting: Behind the Scenes. 68 Administrative Assistant .................................................................... 68 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration..............................................................................) Horse Ranch Management............................................ 89 Respiratory Therapy..................................... 90 Humanities & Social Sciences Division Educational Paraprofessional......................... 73 Computer Programming.................................................................................... 81 Ornamental Horticulture. 91 Graphic Design.............................. 74 Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology......................................................................... 82 Nursing . 78 Human Resource Management......... 72 Construction Inspection........................................ 71 Business: Retail Management.................................................. 70 Computer Graphics Digital Photography..................................... students must complete the required courses for the major as shown.......... 68 Administrative Assistant ................................................ 79 Marketing Management................ 81 Mental Health Technology – Psychiatric Technician..................... 82 Nursing ......... 74 Sign Language/Interpreting................ 77 Television Production............................. 75 Engineering Design Technology .......... 78 Interior Design.................. 74 Correctional Sciences............................... 89 Welding .. 86 Radio Broadcasting: On the Air.......................... 74 Emergency Medical Services............................... 81 M-N Manufacturing Technology..... 73 Computer Programming.................... Athletics & Dance Division Physical Education.................................................................... 80 Licensed Vocational Nurse to RN................ 78 Integrated Pest Management............................................... 68 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant    Maintenance Technology – Evening...................... 80 Manufacturing Technology..................... 83 Psychiatric Technician to RN................................................................ 90 Kinesiology.......................... please consult with the Counseling Center on the upper level of the Student Sevices Center............................................................... 79 International Business............ 74 Electronics and Computer Engineering   Technology............. 76 Sign Language/Interpreting... A Accounting....

Financial 5.0 CISB 61 Desktop Publishing Software 3.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 32A Air Properties and Measurement 1. Administrative Assistant PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE and air properties. quality control. certificates upon completion of required courses In addition to exposing students to core topics such as listed.5 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology .0 CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding 3. Business Division These programs are intended to prepare students Degree S0514 for employment following graduation. 68 2013-14 Mt.Required Courses: ability of courses.0 CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 3.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 26 Gas Heating Fundamentals 2.Managerial 5.0 AGAN 1 Animal Science 3. It is recomincludes coursework in heat loads.0 The program of courses in Agriculture is designed to enable students to prepare for a career in this essential Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and diverse profession.0 BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.5 Units) AGFR 20 Conservation of Natural Resources 3. heating.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4.0 and Nursery Management CISB 51 Microsoft PowerPoint 3.0 Required Courses: and Politics . Completion of this program leads to an Associate in Science degree.0 and Refrigeration AIRC 12 Air Conditioning Codes and Standards 3. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . AGAG 1 Food Production. welding. counselor or advisor assistants. The Program is designed to prepare the student for employment in the broad field of air conditioning.Degree S0909 ences designed to give the students a combination of The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (AIRC) Degree practical skills and technical knowledge.0 in Managerial Accounting or BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1. Students This program is intended to prepare students for desiring a bachelor’s degree should consult with employment following graduation as administrative the department chairperson. Additional courses needed for completion mechanical and electrical fundamentals.A Global Perspective BUSO 5 Business English 3. the Program of the Degree are listed in this catalog.0 BUSA 75 Using Microcomputers 1.0 AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation 3. operation. Certain administrative. or to discuss transferability of courses.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents Accounting Business Division Degree S0502 Students preparing to become professional accountants should follow the Business Administration course for a four-year college or university. Program prepares students for entry level employThe following programs list all courses needed ment or for advancement of existing skills/knowledge to satisfy major requirements.0 AGOR 32 Landscaping 3. The department offers a comprehensive Agricultural Sciences program and is Technology and Health Division unique in that most courses provide hands-on experi.0 CISB 16 Macintosh Applications 2.28.5 AGLI 30 Beef Production 3. Students and specialization in a given area of agriculture and desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should agricultural business. San Antonio College Catalog .0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.5 .0 31. advanced electrical mended that all students consult with the department and mechanical. There are no prerequisites and/or enrollment limitations.Day Technology and Health Division Degree S0911 This program prepares students to enter employment as a certified airframe and powerplant technician in the aircraft maintenance industry.0 AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.0 PLUS select three (3) courses from: Select one (1) course from: (2-3. The curriculum other clerical and support staff.0 Natural Sciences Division AGPE 71 Canine Management 3.0 BUSA 21 Cost Accounting 4. or counselor to file an educational plan.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transfer.0 AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals 5.0 chairperson. Land Use 3.5 Total Units 36. faculty advisor.0 in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 11 Welding for Air Conditioning 2. manufacturing.0 AGOR 56 Engine Diagnostics 3.0 CISB 31 Microsoft Word 3.0 BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers 1.0 AGAG 91 Agricultural Calculations 3.0 CISI 41 Office Management Skills 3. office managers.5 BUSA 52 Intermediate Accounting 3.0 in Financial Accounting or BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.0 AGLI 14 Swine Production 3. Required Courses: AIRC 10 Technical Mathematics 2.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. The following is semi-professional training for those who seek employment in bookkeeping or accounting positions at the end of two years.0 AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals 4.0 BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3.0 CISW 15 Web Site Development 3.on certificate in Airframe Maintenance Technology and one certificate in Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology.0 AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical 4. Excellent opportunities for employment exist in this area of training.0 Design and Installation Agri-Technology AGPE 70 Pet Shop Management 3.0 Total Units 26.0 AGLI 17 Sheep Production 3.0 AIRC 30 Heat Load Calculations & Design 4. and refrigeration and leads to occupations in design. and flight personnel careers require the applicant to hold a valid A & P Certificate. Hands-on labs throughout the program expose students to a cross-section of systems and equipment used in the industry. Training in a variety of is flexible in nature to allow for previous experience computer and clerical skills is emphasized.5 AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4.0 BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting . Training is given in the overhaul of various airframes and powerplants and their components.0 Total Units 31.5 AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3. Students may obtain without requiring any prior knowledge or experience. repairs and controls.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. maintenance. codes and standards.0 Degree S0101 Total Units 30. math.0 BUSA 58 Federal Income Tax Law 3. distribution. executive assistants. installation. Two stateawarded certificates are also available upon successful completion of this program . sales.

0 Treatment and Recovery AD 4 Issues in Domestic Violence 3. 98A.one certificate in 3. Ex3.0 Airframe Maintenance Technology and one certificate AIRM 95A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology in Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology.Evening AIRM 90A Airframe Maintenance Technology AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes Alcohol/Drug Counseling Technology and Health Division Degree S2101 In this program the student integrates theory and practical experience in developing skills necessary to work with the alcohol and drug abuse population as well as families and employers of chemicallydependent persons.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree This program offers a day or evening program option.0 AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar 4.0 PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 Required skill courses: AD 8 Group Process and Leadership 3.0 courses AIRM 66A and 66B are equivalent to evening Technology: Ignition Systems program courses AIRM 90A.5 Maintenance Technology EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3.0 Technology and Health Division Structure and Design Degree S0951 This program prepares students to enter employment AIRM 91A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3. 90B. quality control. Required Courses: AIRM 65A Aircraft Powerplant 13. 96A. Required Courses: AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3.0 and Referral Required field work courses: AD 13 Internship/Seminar 4.0 the aircraft maintenance industry.0 Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding Maintenance Technology .Honors PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.0 flight personnel careers require the applicant to hold a AIRM 96A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Turbine Engines valid A & P Certificate. Passing the General Exam plus the Airframe and/or Powerplant Exam provides certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician.0 AD 10 Client Record and Documentation 1. Technology which is required for employment in this field. 92A. Students who complete this option qualify for employment in a variety of chemical-dependant settings. 98A. The evening program courses are of Technology: Lubricating Systems fered in 9-week modules. Day program courses AIRM 66A and 66B are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 90A.0 cellent opportunities for employment exist in this area AIRM 95B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Reciprocating Engines of training.0 should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. 91A. Required Courses: AD 1 Alcohol/Drug Dependency 3. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. 92B.0 AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention.5 3. The only difference between the two options is the course numbering and time required to complete the program.The evening program courses are offered in 9-week modules.0 Recommended Electives: AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2. 97B.5 AIRM 73 Aircraft Welding 1.0 Technology: Reciprocating & Turbine AIRM 66A Aircraft Airframe Maintenance 13.0 AD 5 Chemical Dependency: Prevention 1.5 certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician. and Powerplant.Work Experience plus the Airframe and/or Powerplant Exam provides AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance 0.0 PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3. and 98B. Total Units 63. Two stateawarded certificates are also available upon successful AIRM 93B Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3. AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 AIRM 91B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 93A.0 AD 9 Family Counseling 3.0 Successful completion of this program enables Recommended Electives: students to take the FAA examinations in Airframe. 97A.0 and Electronics AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6.0 and Electronics AIRM 71 Aviation Maintenance Science 6. 92A.0 Maintenance Technology AIRM 65B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 13. The only difference between the two options is 3.0 and Electronics AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3.0 This program offers a day or evening program Technology: Propellers option.5 Total Units 67. Day program AIRM 98A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. and 93B.0 General.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors 3. and 3.5 and Education AD 6 Dual Diagnosis 3. 96B. 91B.0 AD 2 Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs 3. 91A.0 SOC 14 Marriage and the Family 3.Work Experience AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft 0.0 are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 95A. and 98B.0 Select two (2) courses from: CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3. General. and Powerplant.0 AIRM 72 Aircraft Materials and Processes 1. AIRM 98B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. The curriculum is designed to meet the credentialing requirements of the California Association of Alcohol/Drug Educators. 97A.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3. 90B.0 . AIRM 97B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Fuel Meter Systems 95B.0 the course numbering and time required to complete AIRM 97A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Instrumentation the program.0 AIRM 90B Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3. Successful completion of this program enables students to take the FAA examinations in Airframe. Passing the General Exam . AIRM 96B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3. 97B.0 as a certified airframe and poweplant technician in AIRM 92A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 AIRM 93A Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3. Certain administrative. 95B. Day program courses AIRM 65A and 65B are equivalent to evening program courses AIRM 95A. which is required for employment in this field.5 1.5 AD 11 Techniques of Intervention 3.0 SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 Fire Suppression completion of this program .0 dents desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 1.0 or SOC 1H Sociology – Honors 3. 91B.0 and Lifespan Development . 96B. 3.0 and their components.0 and Electronics AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3. 96A. 93A. 92B. Day program courses AIRM 65A and 65B 3.0 Structures AIRM 66B Airframe Maintenance Technology 13. Training is given in the overhaul of various airframes and powerplants AIRM 92B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 Section 8 69 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . Completion of this program Systems leads to an Associate in Science degree. and 93B. Stu3.0 AIRM 70A Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3.

level chemical technicians in fields such as chemical Required Courses: quality control. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious.0 Total Units 39.0 PHIL 12 Ethics 3. sexual orientation.0 ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3. Compositing 3. and presentation skills.0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.Honors 3. The student will be given a balanced blend of art and technology.0 and Animation ARCH 89 Architectural Work Experience 1.Architectural Design 3.0 ARCH 27 Design III . water quality. The Design Concentration focuses upon studio-based design projects. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable.0 ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3. Two concentrations are available. psychological and physical disabilities.0 or ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3. culture.0 ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.Design Concentration Technology and Health Division Degree S0207 This program prepares students to enter the field of architecture and related areas.30.0 and Specifications ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration 3.0 PHIL 12H Ethics .0 ARCH 28 Architectural CAD Illustration 3.0 or ANIM 132 Modeling.0 ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.Advanced Project 3. Course content is driven by industry Degree S0307 needs in order to provide the student with the best This program provides theoretical and technical possible preparation for a career in animation or for training to prepare students for employment as entrytransfer to an institution of higher learning. call the division office at (909) 594-5611.0 Total Units 34. students are encouraged to be able to speak.0 PLUS select (6-7) six or seven units from: ANIM 117 Animation Background Layout 3. Required Courses: ARCH 10 Design I .0 INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents SOC 15 Child Development 3. A certificate program is also available.5 Required Courses: ANIM 130 Introduction to 3-D Computer 3.0 ARCH 26 Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic Animation Architectural Technology . and troubleshooting of experimental designs and ANIM 115 Storyboarding 3. without prior notification • May be exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. Special Instructions: a) Restricted Electives must be taken prior to enrollment in Field Experience b) Restricted Electives can be taken in conjunction with core and skills courses c) Refer to Schedule of Credit Classes for sequence of courses d) For questions. The program offers both an A.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3.0 .0 ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3. The program includes a broad-based overview or of workforce options and emphasizes development of ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 ing.41.0 CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry 5. instrument proficiency. ANIM 116 Character Development 1.5 The Animation Program offers an integrated/ ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3. ext.0 chemistry.0 PLUS select one course from: CHEM 60 Quantitative Chemical Analysis 5. critical thinkANIM 108 Principles of Animation 3.0 ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 ANIM 109 Advanced Principles of Animation 3.0 ARTD 16 Drawing: Perspective 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 Animation Quality Improvement ARTC 290 Portfolio 3.0 Renaissance Through Modern Arts Division ANIM 111A Animal Drawing 1.0 outcomes.0 interdisciplinary approach to prepare students to meet ANIM 148 Demo-Reel 1. The student is provided with an option of direct employment into the field or preparation for transfer to the professional school of architecture. Selection Procedures • All classes are open to all students who meet admission requirements and course prerequisites. AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3.0 . San Antonio College Catalog . The student will develop a portfolio of work relevant to their Concentration.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.0 ANIM 120 Script Development for Animation 3.0 ARCH 21 Design II . degree Natural Sciences Division and certificates.0 BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous 3.Honors 3.0 ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 analytical skills.Honors 5.5 Degree S1006 ANIM 111B Animal Drawing 1.5 current and future job market demands.S.0 ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 70 2013-14 Mt.0 ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 and Lighting SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3.0 ment. Texture Mapping 3.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (3 Units) ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3. drawing.0 MICR 22 Microbiology 4. chemical process control.0 CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.0 CHEM 51 General Chemistry II 5.Environmental Design 3. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposed to products containing latex • Exposed to highly charged emotional environment which can be stressful intense English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission.Applied Laboratory based skills which are essential for today’s careers in Science Technology (ALST) animation. write and read English to complete classes successfully and to ensure safety for themselves and others.0 ARCH 29 Design IV . and research and developANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 Total Units 41.0 ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3.Elements of Design 3.0 Recommended Electives: ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3. race.Gesture and Figure 3.0 CHEM 50H General Chemistry I . analytical ANIM 101A Drawing .0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (1-3 Units) ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.5 Recommended Electives: AHIS 4 History of Western Art: 3. ethnicity.4750 Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.0 or and Visual Effects SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication . San Antonio College.0 Total Units 29.0 Eligibility Requirements and Selection Procedures Eligibility Requirements: • File a College application and be accepted as a student at Mt.

0 ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 AERO 152 Air Transportation 3. Verify all requirements with the transfer institution.0 EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4.0 ARCH 26 Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with an advisor to discuss transferability of courses.Financial 5.Accounting 5.0 AERO 202 Aircraft and Engines 3. Building Automation Technology and Health Division Degree S0308 This program is designed to prepare the student for a career in the fields of Building Automation.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 .0 MATH 150 Trigonometry 3.0 ARCH 21 Design II .0 ARCH 89 Architectural Work Experience 1.0 for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical 4.Financial 5. Architectural Technology .0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 and Merchandising or BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 and Programming AIRC 67 Energy Management 4.0 AERO 250 Navigation 3.0 Total Units 36. A certificate program is also available.5 BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 AERO 252 Instrument Ground School 3.5 Recommended Electives: BUSM 81 Work Experience in Business 1.0 or BUSA 72 Bookkeeping .0 and Specifications ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 AERO 102 Aviation Weather 3.0 BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3.0 AERO 200 Aviation Safety and Human Factors 3.0 INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3.Technology Concentration Technology and Health Division Degree S0201 This program prepares students to enter the field of architecture and related areas.0 BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3. Required Courses: AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals 4.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 ARCH 28 Architectural CAD Illustration 3.0 in Microcomputers CISW 41 XML Secure Programming 3. Students become familiar with careers in retail management as well as the latest trends in this fast changing field.0 Total Units 39.0 PLUS Select one (1) course from: (1-3 Units) ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration 3.0 EDT 26 Civil Engineering Technology and CAD 3.41.5 Recommended Electives: AERO 150 Commercial Pilot Ground School 3. Under an educational partnership agreement with the FAA. The student is provided with an option of direct employment into the field or preparation for transfer to the professional school of architecture.0 and Animation ARCH 29 Design IV . Completion of this program aids the student’s search for an entry-level job in retail management.0 PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.0 BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 ENGL 1C.Elements of Design 3. and Green Building Technologies. Verify all requirements with the transfer institution.0 BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 MATH 150 and PHYS 2AG typically are required for transfer to a professional school of architecture. and computer applications. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .5 AIRC 65 Building Automation Networks 3.0 ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals 5.5 Total Units 29.0 PHYS 2AG General Physics 4. Students completing this CTI program may be recommended by the college for hiring by the FAA as air traffic controllers.5 Total Units 31.0 AERO 104 Federal Aviation Regulations 2.0 CNET 56 Computer Networks 4.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3. documentation.0 BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3.0 ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4. MATH 150.Advanced Project 3.0 AIRT 203 Enroute Air Traffic Control 3.Architectural Design 3.0 ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing 4.5 Aviation Science Technology and Health Division Degree S0910 This curriculum meets the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI).0 ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 AIRC 61 Building Automation Fundamentals 2.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 and Merchandising Total Units 32. Required Courses: ARCH 10 Design I .0 AIRT 251 Air Traffic Control Team Skills 1.0 BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous 3.0 INSP 71 Construction Estimating 3.0 ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I 3.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.0 Quality Improvement BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.5 FASH 62 Retail Buying 3. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3. this CTI program prepares students for broad-based aviation careers. Two concentrations are available.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Business: Management Business Division Degree S0506 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 Recommended Electives: MATH 150 Trigonometry 3. and PHYS 2AG are typically required for transfer to a professional school of architecture.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3. Required Courses: AERO 100 Primary Pilot Ground School 4.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .0 AIRT 201 Terminal Air Traffic Control 3.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3. The Technology Concentration focuses upon building and construction technology.0 AIRT 151 Aircraft Recognition and Performance 3. Energy Management.0 BUSM 85 Special Issues in Business 2.0 and Management Section 8 71 . There are no prerequisites or enrollment limitations. Current technology and computer (CAD) skills are integrated into the program. codes.0 Business: Retail Management Business Division Degree S0509 This program exposes students to the business world and the role of retail distribution.

In addition. Server+.0 CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3.0 CISD 14L VBA for Excel and Access Lab 0.5 CISD 40 Database Design 3. and classroom management based on developmentally appropriate practices. and database systems analysts.Oracle 3.0 72 for Young Children CHLD 63 Creative Sciencing and Math 3. Students will become fully prepared to take the A+.0 AERO 200 Aviation Safety and Human Factors 3.0 in Child Development Programs CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development 3. troubleshoot. In addition.0 Computer and Networking Technology Technology and Health Division Degree S0725 The Computer and Networking Technology program prepares students to become computer and networking service technicians.0 Field Work Seminar CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline 1. the degree covers the theory of database design.0 AERO 102 Aviation Weather 3. San Antonio College Catalog .0 CHLD 51 Early Literacy in Child Development 3. querying needed information.0 CHLD 67L Early Childhood Education Practicum 1. as well as more advanced training in networks. but are not limited to.0 Recommended Electives: CHLD 50 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3.0 Development Programs 3 CHLD 71B Management/Marketing/Personnel 3.Financial 5.0 CHLD 69 Early Childhood Development 2.0 2013-14 Mt. Students should meet with a professor of commercial flight to help them determine which electives would best suit their career plans. The program develops students’ skills and abilities in observation and assessing.Microsoft Access Lab CISD 14 VBA for Excel and Access 3. Required Courses: CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.T.0 for Young Children CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development 3.0 . including creating and maintaining table data.0 CISD 31L Database Management 0.5 .0 AERO 202 Aircraft and Engines 3. Please see the “Certificates” section of the college catalog for descriptions and course requirements. The enterprise level also concentrates in SQL development.5 .Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents Child Development Business Division Degree S1315 This program provides a theoretical framework and practical experience developing skills necessary to work directly in preschool classrooms.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0. Opportunities that are available after completion of this degree include. planning and executing activities.0 of Children CHLD 66 Early Childhood Development 2. maintain. The pilot license is not required for graduation but it is desirable for career advancement.Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory CISD 31 Database Management . designers and developers.0 CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media 3.S.5 . With concurrent flight training.0 Observation and Assessment Laboratory CHLD 67 Early Childhood Education Practicum 2.5 CISD 21 Database Management 3.0 Curriculum CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development 3.5 .5 and BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. School and Community 3. These industry certifications are recognized worldwide as benchmarks for the computer and networking technician.Oracle Laboratory Total Units 26.0 Plus any two (2) lecture-lab combinations below: CISD 11 Database Management 3.0 for ECD Programs CHLD 72 Teacher. Required Courses: CHLD 1 Child. and Security+ certification tests sponsored by CompTIA and offered at testing centers throughout the country.0 AERO 252 Instrument Ground School 3. Computer .30.0 Recommended Electives: AIRT 151 Aircraft Recognition and Performance 3.0 CHLD 64 Health.S. 3.0 AERO 250 Navigation 3. and customer relations. Student wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should meet with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. certifications available for the computer and networking fields. Family.5 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. and security.0 AERO 104 Federal Aviation Regulations 2. Required Courses: AERO 100 Primary Pilot Ground School 4. database administrators. This program prepares students for military and civilian aviation careers through transfer programs to bachelor’s degree aviation curricula throughout the nation. Safety and Nutrition 3.0 CHLD 5 Principles and Practices 3. operating systems.0 AERO 152 Air Transportation 3. creating additional objects needed for the dissemination of information from the database and setting properties to help ensure the security of data.0 and Child Relationships CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3. computer service and troubleshooting. Further. Graduates can be employed at the teacher or master teacher level.Database Management Systems Business Division Degree S0706 The A.0 for Young Children CHLD 71A Administration of Child 3. VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) programming is covered.0 Note: The Commercial Flight faculty recommend that students complement their studies with selected or BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . elective courses chosen from the list above.0 Laboratory CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 CISN 31L Linux Operating System Laboratory 0.0 Total Units 27.5 CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0.0 in Child Development Settings CHLD 91 Early Childhood Development 1. The program provides foundations in basic electricity and electronics. Network+. setting appropriate relationships between tables.0 Field Work Total Units 28. servers. Students have the opportunity for optional flight training with commensurate college credit. and repair computers and networks. The degree offers a balanced catalog of classes that prepares students to work with both small and enterprise-level computer databases required by industry. Parent. Degree in Database Management Systems is a two-year program designed to prepare students for careers in database management systems. Emphasis is placed on current techniques used in relational database management systems. Degree requirements exceed the identified eight (8) courses for transfer by requiring additional practical experience and curriculum courses. Students learn to install. including normalization and other current database topics.0 or CISN 31 Linux Operating System 3. degree. Two certificate programs in Computer and Networking Technology are also available.0 Observation and Assessment CHLD 66L Early Childhood Development 1. configure.0 AERO 150 Commercial Pilot Ground School 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Commercial Flight Technology and Health Division Degree S0912 The Commercial Flight curriculum prepares students for careers as aircraft pilots as well as related ground occupations in aviation. students may achieve the commercial pilot certificate and instrument rating simultaneously with the A. students will have requisite skills upon which to seek additional I. Required Courses: CNET 50 PC Servicing 4.0 Note: These courses are acceptable for the Child Development requirements leading to the Child Development Permit.0 .

5 CISS 29 CNASM Service Learning 1. composition.0 CISN 34L Linux Networking and Security 0. Degree in Computer Network Administration and Total Units 44.5 or CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3.0 GRAP 12 Photoshop Imagery Extended 3. Cisco CCNA.0 CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.5 CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3. and produce imagery.0 or CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. to troubleshoot network problems. Required Courses: Network Security Analyst and Junior Network Security GRAP 8 Fundamentals of Digital Media 3. Degree in Computer Programming is designed to prepare students for a career in computer programming.S.0 in Microcomputers Total Units 29.0 GRAP 15 InDesign Graphics 3.0 GRAP 16 Illustrator Graphics 3.0 . creating and navigating databases.Financial 5.5 and Security Administration Lab CISN 51 Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 3. career preparation. industry certification exams such as Network+. and Cisco IPS Specialist. mid-management positions in Network Administration. editing.5 units) CISS 11 Practical Computer Security 2.0 CNET 62 Network+ Certification Preparation 2.0 or CISN 31 Linux Operating System 3.5 .5 CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2. Students will demonstrate the ability to design and implement business environment applications that will contain the front end user interface and back end database. Individual courses will assist students in preparing for edit.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0.0 CISN 31L Linux Operating System Laboratory 0.0 ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 GRAP 18 3D Graphics Imagery 3. Career opportunities available after the completion of this degree include programming for systems. deploy The Computer Graphics Digital Technology degree intrusion prevention systems.5 CISN 24 Window Server Network 3.5 CISS 27 Defending Computer Systems 1. network infrastructure.0 CNET 64 Server+ Certification Preparation 2. and the software and hardware processes intrusion prevention and vulnerability management. and courses emphasize firewall security appliances. Cisco sonal use and interest.0 .0 CNET 66 Security+ Certification Preparation 2. ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree CNET 52 PC Operating Systems 4.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 The A. and assess tion for individuals and professional practitioners who network vulnerabilities and implement countermeasures. Virtualization.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0. Certify Ethical Hacker (CEH). Active Directory. The security management wide range of topics from planning.Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory Section 8 73 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .Direct Current (DC) 4. DHCP.0 CISN 31 Linux Operating System 3. and reusable software components. configuring servers. or ties available after graduation include entry-level and any other expressive form of industry.0 Degree S0701 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2. and the mastery switches.0 CISD 11 Database Management 3.0 CNET 56 Computer Networks 4.0 and Countermeasures CISS 21L Network Vulnerabilities 0.0 Required Electives: Select one (1) course or any one (1) combination lecture-lab course from the following: (1-3. animation. flow.0 Engineer.0 .0 and Security Administration CISN 24L Window Server Network 0. Intrusion 0.5 Security Management is designed to prepare students for Recommended Electives: a career in the computer network and security industries. portfolios.0 and Security Management ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4. configure firewall security and three professional certificates are essential educa. file system security.5 Total Units 23.0 GRAP 30 Digital Productions 3.0 or BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . DNS.NET or Java.0 CISN 31L Linux Operating System Laboratory 0. Linux network Snort intrusion detection.0 GRAP 9 Digital Color Management 3. network infrastructure and data communication.0 The degree offers a balanced set of classes that prepare ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 4. Required Courses: CISN 11 Telecommunications/Networking 3.5 Computer Network Administration ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .5 CISS 21 Network Vulnerabilities 3.0 .appliances and Virtual Private Network (VPN). device drivers and software engineering. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should meet with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. fusion of artistic and technical theories. text. server and database programming skills required by the industry.5 and Countermeasures Lab CISS 23 Network Analysis.0 students to design.5 Detection/Prevention Systems Lab CISS 25 Network Security and Firewalls 3. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should meet with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 CNET 58 Server Systems 3. Virtual of craft skills and techniques.0 CISN 51L Cisco CCNA Networking and Routing 0. Microsoft video or multimedia presentations whether for perMCITP.Microsoft Access Lab or CISD 21 Database Management 3.0 CISP 21L Programming in Java Laboratory 0.0 GRAP 40 Computer Graphics Special Topics 2. Required Courses: CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3. network communication to practical color management. Cisco routers. Visual Basic. Student in this program select one of the following three programming language concentrations: C++. university matriculation.25.0 CISN 11L Telecommunications/Networking Lab 0.5 Computer Programming Business Division Degree S7302 The A. and VLAN routing. use or are interested in using computers to prepare.5 . Courses typically cover a LAN (VLAN).5 Laboratory or CISP 21 Programming in Java 3. The network Computer Graphics administration courses emphasize network operating Digital Technology systems. group Computer Graphics is a core discipline characterized by the policy. manage and secure the heterogeneous corporate network. mobile devices.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0.0 CNET 54 PC Troubleshooting 4.0 CISS 25L Network Security and Firewalls Lab 0.0 CNET 60 A+ Certification Preparation 2.0 GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3. analyzers.5 CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3.5 or CISN 34 Linux Networking and Security 3. implement.44. access control list. Intrusion 3.0 Business Division ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4. Firewall Specialist. Arts Division Students will acquire the skills to install and administer a Degree S0319 Windows network. The degree offers a balanced set of classes that provides students with client.0 GRAP 20 Multimedia Graphics 3.0 Detection/Prevention Systems CISS 23L Network Analysis. workprotocol analysis. sound.0 CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3.S. Emphasis is placed on object-oriented programming applications. involved in producing and applying digital imagery–the Students will acquire the skills to utilize network protocol visual language used to communicate ideas. Opportuniupdating software skills.

including students with special needs.0 Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2.0 CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.Oracle Laboratory Required Electives (7 Units) PLUS one of the following concentrations: C++ CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3.T.0 CISP 11L Programming in Visual Basic 0.0 Total Units 30. prevention.5 Total Units 29.0 of the Offender CORS 20 Correctional Law 3.Honors or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3.E.0 Administration of Justice. social.5 .0 ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures 3. without further examination. the program includes coursework in advanced areas including microcontrollers and interfacing.0 CORS 35 Interviewing and Counseling 3. Safety and Nutrition 3. and natural sciences to the social phenomenon of crime and delinquency. communications.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0 CISD 31L Database Management 0.0 Educational Paraprofessional Humanities and Social Sciences Division Degree S2117 This degree program in the field of education prepares paraprofessionals in a variety of areas.5 Laboratory or Visual Basic: CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.). and industrial electronic controls.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents or CISD 31 Database Management . hands-on learning experiences.R.0 ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits 4.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1. San Antonio College Catalog .0 CORS 25 Probation and Parole 3.0 CHLD 64 Health.0 in Corrections CORS 40 Crime and Delinquency 3.0 ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections 3.0 TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 2.Oracle 3.NET Laboratory 0.0 of the Justice System ADJU 20 Principles of Investigation 3. fields engineer. Typical technician-level job classifications include field service technician. This associate degree certifies that paraprofessionals are “highly qualified” according to current federal legislation. Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology Technology and Health Division Degree S0906 The Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) degree program prepares individuals either for initial employment or for enhancement of existing skills in the electronics field. School and Community 3.A. Nearly all laboratories have new.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.5 Recommended Electives: ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I INSP 67 Reading Construction Drawings 3. In addition to exposing students to core topics such as components and circuits.0 ELEC 55 Microwave Communications 4.0 CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 ELEC 54B Industrial Electronic Systems 3.0 Total Units 24.0 Total Units 45.0 ELEC 54A Industrial Electronics 4. Family. Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses Required Courses: ARCH 12 Architectural Materials 4.Direct Current (DC) 4.0 74 2013-14 Mt.5 or Java: CISP 21 Programming in Java 3. The discipline addresses definitions. communications technician. Students should meet with a professor of Correctional Sciences to help them determine which electives would best suit their career plans. All students completing the degree program are automatically eligible to receive.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Construction Inspection Technology and Health Division Degree S0920 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 or ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition . Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 in Microcomputers ELEC 12 Computer Simulation 2.0 Writing CORS 10 Introduction to Correctional Sciences 3. state-of-the-art equipment to provide students with quality.0 EDUC 16 Aspects and Issues in Teaching 3. maintenance technician and electronics technician.0 CISP 14L Advanced Visual Basic.0 3.5 CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 3.31.0 Total Units 19. and research in both criminal and civil aspects.0 and Troubleshooting ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 and Lifespan Development. computer service technician. There are no prerequisites and/or enrollment limitations. Students completing ECET degree and certificate programs possess ample skills to make them versatile employees.0 ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4. This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation. Required Courses: ADJU 68 Administration of Justice Report 3.0 INSP 87 Fund Construct Inspect 3.0 CISP 21L Programming in Java Laboratory 0.Honors 4.0 CORS 45 The Violent Offender 3. Required Courses: ELEC 11 Technical Applications 3.0 Recommended Electives CHLD 51 Early Literacy in Child Development 3.0 CISP 24L Advanced Java Laboratory 0. quantification.0 ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 4.0 and Specifications ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3. Fire Technology. and Forestry The Correctional Sciences faculty recommends that students complement their studies with selected elective courses chosen from the list above.0 CORS 30 Ethnic Relations in Corrections 3. Graduates will be able to assist classroom teachers in working with K . treatment and rehabilitation.0 ELEC 53 Communications Circuits 4.12 students.0 3.0 ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation 3.0 of Young Children LIT 40 Children’s Literature 3.NET 3.5 Laboratory CISP 14 Advanced Visual Basic .0 INSP 70 Elements of Construction 3. Required Courses CHLD 1 Child.0 PLUS Select four (4) courses from: (12 Units) ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3.0 CORS 15 Control and Supervision 3.5 CISP 24 Advanced Java Programming 3.0 ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0 INSP 17 Legal Aspects/Construct 3. customer service technician.0 MATH 71 Intermediate Algebra 5. the 3rd class technician license from the National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers (N. causation.0 KIN 3 First Aid and CPR 3.0 EDUC 10 Introduction to Education 3. discovery.0 INSP 71 Construction Estimating 3.0 .0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0. emphasizing working with children to enhance their learning development. procedures.0 Correctional Sciences Technology and Health Division Degree S2103 Correctional Sciences is the application of law.0 ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.0 CISP 34L Advanced C++ Programming 0.

students must pass a criminal background check. Forms and information will be provided upon acceptance into the program. extensive. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious.0 demic standards for admission. culture.5 3) File a college application and be accepted as a Total Units 38. San Antonio College. and Degrees of Reading Power tests at least ten working days before the start of the pre-course EMS 1 and EMS 2. San Antonio College courses). positioning. Students should meet with a professor of Emergency Medical Services to help them determine which electives would best suit their career plans. Indicate in the mailing address the program for which transcripts are being sent to the Technology and Health Division Office. Application Requirements: Required Courses: In addition to meeting Mt. Preparation for Paramedic Program.0 Paramedic Program begins two times per year and runs for 29 weeks.5 1) Be an EMT-I currently certified in California.0 the last two years. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. The placement tests are administered by the Assessment Center in the Student Services Center 6) Successful completion of EMS-1. NOTE: If the course(s) were taken and/or the degree obtained at Mt. a Success County Department of Health Services as meeting Plan and Contract will be developed with the faculty and exceeding the minimum standards as specified to increase the student’s chances of success prior to in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations and re-entry. EXAMPLE: Mt. Recommended Electives: 4) Submit an application for the Paramedic ADJU 1 The Administration 3. pushing. In addition. it is not necessary to request transcripts.are granted a certificate documenting completion of low for the Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic the Paramedic Program. students must be able to speak.200 hours) within EMS 70 Paramedic Clinical Internship 4. or considerable standing/walking. Before starting clinical rotations. awarded the Degree in Emergency Medical Services. psychological and physical disabilities. San Antonio College. Math Placement test. he/she will not be allowed standard curriculum. SAC.0 License Preparation PHYS 2AG General Physics 4. and a criminal background check are required of all candidates after acceptance to the program and before entrance into the clinical setting. The SOC 1 Sociology 3. race. Ext. Students are then eligible for (EMT-P) Certificate and who also complete the gradu. ALL APPLICANTS ARE EXPECTED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged.5 2) Submit a letter on official stationery from a EMS 40 Cardiology for Paramedics 5. It is designed to train paramedics to reenter the Paramedic Program at Mt. All FIRE 1 Fire Protection Organization 3. ethnicity. EMS 80 Paramedic Field Externship 9.0 ELEC 62 Advanced Surface Mount Assembly 2. EMS 30 Pharmacology for Paramedics 2. CA 91789-1399 8) A physical examination.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Recommended Electives: CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.0 six (6) months of pre-hospital field experience EMS 60 EMS Theory for Paramedics 8.5 as an EMT-I (approximately 1. he/she will be dropped from the program. One transcript must be sent to the Technology and Health Division Office. and other than Mt. proof of certain immunizations. and or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) • Perform considerable reaching. 4750.0 Program to the Technology and Health Division of the Justice System Office (909) 274-7500. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposed to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the EMS program. Placement examinations will be individually assessed to determine eligibility for the pre-courses. PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Section 8 75 . per state Emergency Medical Services regulations. and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devices) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease. 5) Take the Assessment of Written English. Fire Science. Upon sucTechnology and Health Division cessful completion of the required courses. drug testing may be required as part of the physical examination and/or requested by the college or one of its agents. students Degree S1210 Students who complete the required courses listed be.0 The Emergency Medical Services faculty recommends that students complement their studies with selected elective courses chosen from the list above. Fundamentals for Paramedics and EMS 2.0 recognized EMS agency verifying completion of EMS 50 Paramedic Skills Competency 5. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Paramedic Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut.0 EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3. to work on ambulances and in the fire service. applicants must be in for Paramedics good standing and satisfy the following requirements: EMS 20 Emergency Cardiac Care for Paramedics 1. EMT-I.0 student at Mt. EMS (Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Educa10 .licensure by taking and passing both the National Regation requirements of Mt.EMS 60. the other to the Admissions and Records Office. sexual orientation.0 applications are dated upon receipt in the PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. If the student withdraws or is dismissed from the federal Department of Transportation national the program a second time. Special Information To remain in the program. 7) Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully. stooping. Paramedic Program Readmission Policy This Paramedic Program is accredited by CAAHEP If the student fails any of the co-requisite courses. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable. San Antonio College acaEMS 10 Anatomy and Physiology 2. San Antonio College will be istry Exam and County Paramedic accreditation exam. tion Programs) and approved by the Los Angeles If the student wishes to repeat the program.0 Technology and Health Division Office. kneeling. lifting. bending. students must maintain a grade of “C” (80%) or better in all courses.0 and Rework ELEC 76 FCC General Radiotelephone Operator 2.

civil.0 Merchandising and Retail FASH 90 Field Studies 1. This program also offers transfer opportunities in related majors.0 Dimensioning and Tolerancing EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4.0 FCS 41 Life Management 3.0 or BUSS 33 Advertising and Promotion 3.0 76 Equipment Technology Natural Sciences Division Degree S0118 The courses in equipment technology are designed to enable students to prepare for a career in this essential and diverse profession.0 .0 FASH 22 Fashion Design By Draping 3. Listed below are the courses needed to satisfy major requirements. and showroom assisting.0 FASH 91 Field Studies . Required Courses: FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3. Upon completion of the program.0 FASH 81 Work Experience in Fashion 1. mtsac.0 Recommended Electives FASH 24 Fashion Patternmaking by Computer 3. illustration.0 and Merchandising FASH 63 Fashion Retailing and Promotion 3.37.Fashion Capitals 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.S.0 FASH 30 Fashion Design 3.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 EDT 28 Engineering CAD 3.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4.0 FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3. textiles. presentation.0 FASH 17 Textiles 3.0 FASH 20 Illustration for Fashion 3. create promotional campaigns.0 FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 EDT 24 Engineering CAD 3-D Solids 3. counselor or advisor to file an educational plan.0 MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 Work Experience ENGR 8 Properties of Materials 4. Students who intend to transfer should meet with a counselor or advisor to check the lower division requirements in the catalog of the college or university which they will attend and also the semester and year in which courses are offered.New York 2. The courses emphasize the business of fashion.0 FASH 66 Visual Merchandising Display 3.Fashion Capitals 3.0 Operations AGOR 52 Hydraulics 3.0 EDT 14 Mechanical Design . It provides fundamental knowledge of manufacturing processes as they relate to design problems and the techniques required by industry for design.5 Total Units 34. Degree in Fashion Merchandising is designed to prepare students for entry-level careers in the apparel industry in Southern California.0 AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3. 4540 or visit the Mt.0 and Politics . CADD operator/ designer or drafter in fields related to engineering.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents Engineering Design Technology Technology and Health Division Degree S0913 This curriculum is recommended for those who wish to become an engineering technician.0 FASH 23 Patternmaking II 3.0 Total Units 39. detail.0 FASH 92 Field Studies .0 Fashion Merchandising Business Division Degree S1308 The A. advertising. and computer animation. SAC Web site at www.0 FASH 17 Textiles 3. Entry-level employment opportunities available after completion of this program may include retail sales. Our program is unique in that most courses provide hands-on experience and are designed to give the student a combination of practical skills and technical knowledge. service.0 and Costume Design FASH 21 Patternmaking I 3. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with department faculty and a counselor or advisor to develop an individualized plan of transferable courses and math requirements. wholesale merchandise planning. This program is intended to prepare students for employment following completion of courses or for retraining and upgrading skills. San Antonio College Catalog .0 and Surfaces EDT 26 Civil Engineering Technology and CAD 3. This program is intended to prepare students to become technicians for entry level positions or skills enhancement in the operation.5 .0 AGOR 57 Power Train Repair 3. It is recommended that students consult with the department chairperson. structural steel. aerospace.0 FASH 9 History of Costume and Fashion 3.0 Development I Total Units 36. In Southern California.S. For additional information.0 AGOR 54 Small Engine Repair II 3. electronics.0 ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.New York 2. manufacturing.4. small store merchandising. the apparel industry and the entertainment industry support the largest number of employees and contribute significantly to the economy of the region.0 AGOR 72 Landscape Hardscape Applications 3. students will be able to develop marketing strategies.0 AGOR 56 Engine Diagnostics 3.edu/instruction/sciences/agriculture Required Courses: AGAG 1 Food Production.A Global Perspective AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 1.0 FCS 41 Life Management 3.0 3-D Illustration/Animation ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits . program also offers students courses specializing in retail management. 3-D modeling.0 FASH 91 Field Studies . and analyze retail businesses. Land Use 3. Required Courses: FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3. maintenance and repair of industrial and agricultural power equipment.0 Recommended Electives: FASH 90 Field Studies 1. ext. and assembly working drawings.0 AGOR 55 Diesel Engine Repair 3.0 Recommended Electives: EDT 89 Engineering Design Technology 1.0 FASH 15 Aesthetic Design in Fashion 3.0 FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3. Expand your creative talents with this challenging major and find a career of your dreams.5 Fashion Design Business Division Degree S1320 Exciting employment opportunities are available in both fashion design and costume design. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree should consult with a counselor or advisor and the transfer institution.0 FASH 30 Fashion Design and Product 3.Direct Current (DC) 4.0 FASH 92 Field Studies .0 AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.0 and Merchandising or BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3. call the Agricultural Sciences Department. piping.0 FASH 35 Special Topics in Fashion Design 2.Geometric 3.0 FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3.0 and Product Development I FASH 62 Retail Buying 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2013-14 Mt. This A. understand the buying process. and visual communications that prepare students for advanced studies in this field.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3.0 EDT 12 Technical Engineering Drawing II 3.0 Total Units 30.0 FASH 9 History of Costume and Fashion 3. tool design.0 EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3. and apparel branding targeting specific markets. Required Courses: EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3. This degree is part of our comprehensive Agricultural Sciences program.0 FASH 12 Clothing Construction II 3.

0 .0 FIRE 8 Fire Company Organization 3.0 ARTC 140 Graphic Design III 3.0 HT 14 Advanced Histotechniques 5. and will provide further training for those interested in research and/or careers in the private sector.0 or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I .0 AHIS 6H History of Modern Art . It also provides the employed firefighter an opportunity for a professional education. Partnerships with local facilities will allow for work experience and internship sites.0 or BUSA 72 Bookkeeping .5-25 Units) EMT 90 Emergency Medical Technician I 10.0 BUSM Business: Management 1.Accounting 5. required for certification of histotechnology graduates.5 Select six (6) units from: BUSA Business: Accounting 1.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic ANIM 172 Motion Graphics.0 and Visual Effects ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 or MICR 22 Microbiology 4.0 PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 HT 2 Scientific Basics for Histologic 3.0 and Marketing CISB Computer Information Systems 2.0 ARTC 160 Typography 3.0 FIRE 2 Fire Prevention Technology 3.0 and Management FIRE 9 Fire Hydraulics 3.5 KINF 53 Physical Training for the Basic Fire 2.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 HT 1 Introduction to Histotechnology 1. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.4.0 BUSC Business: Economics 3.0 HT 16 Histochemistry/ 4.0 BUSO 5 Business English 3.0 BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 Total Units 44.0 BUSS Business: Sales.0 or CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5. and technical skills necessary for entry-level employment as a Graphic Designer in the Commercial Art industry.0 ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.Honors AHIS 6 History of Modern Art 3.0 .0 FIRE 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems 3.0 ARTC 290 Portfolio 3. Required Courses: FIRE 1 Fire Protection Organization 3.4. As part of their formal training. Merchandising 1.0 Immunohistochemistry HT 17 Work Experience in Histotechnology 4.0 Beginning Total Units 41.0 ARTC 299 Graphic Design Internship 1.0 for Fire Protection FIRE 5 Fire Behavior and Combustion 3.4.0 ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two Dimensional 3. Students intending to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 FIRE 12 Wildland Fire Control 4.0 FIRE 11 Fire App & Equipment 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Fire Technology Technology and Health Division Degree S2105 The Fire Science Certificate has been developed to offer pre-employment education for the undergraduate who desires to enter the field of fire science. Compositing 3.0 ARTD 16 Drawing: Perspective 3.0 MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .5 Academy Total Units 23.5 FIRE 86 Basic Fire Academy 14. focusing on routine tissue sample preparation.0 Section 8 77 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . students of histotechnology will work through study guides provided by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) for its certification examination. problem solving.0 ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3.5 FIRE 7 Fire Tactics & Strategy 3. and Forestry General Business Business Division Degree S0501 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 and Management BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3.0 Recommended Electives: AHIS 4 History of Western Art: 3.0 Histologic Technician Training Natural Sciences Division Degree S1211 This program provides on-campus and on-site technical training in the field of histotechnology.0 Renaissance Through Modern AHIS 5H History of Western Art: 3.Honors 3.0 Renaissance Through Modern . Training on campus will utilize samples routinely prepared in both clinical and research facilities.0 Total Units 30.0 ARTC 165 Illustration 3.0 CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 5.0 ARTC 120 Graphic Design II 3.0 FIRE 6 Hazardous Materials/ICS 3. design.0 Improvement BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 PLUS Select two (2) courses from: (5. and in situ hybridation.Financial 5.5 . Required Courses: ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4.0 or CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry 5.5.0 or BUSL 18H Business Law .0 to Screenprinting ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 HT 12 Beginning Histotechniques 5. special stains and techniques such as immunohistochemistry.0 FIRE 10 Arson and Fire Investigation 3.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1. Required Courses: ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 Plus select (1) course from: (3 Units) AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3.0 Technicians HT 10 Histology 3.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 .Honors 5.3.43.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 .0 BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous Quality 3.0 or ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.0 FIRE 4 Building Construction 3.Honors 3.0 Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2.0 . Students completing this program are eligible for advanced training or transfer to a college or university for further study.0 Administration of Justice. Fire Technology.5 Graphic Design Arts Division Degree S0318 This program is designed to provide students with a combination of creative.0 ARTD 45A Printmaking: Introduction 3.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1.0 ARTD 25A Beginning Painting I 3.0 BUSL Business: Law 1.

0 PLUS one of the following (3 units): Industrial Design Engineering Integrated Pest Management AGLI 20 Horse Behavior/Training 2. San Antonio College Catalog .0 AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4. The Department offers a dynamic environment of human resources. and fabrication. Manager-In-Training position in the hospitality unique in that most courses provide hands-on experi.0 HRM 70 Introduction to Lodging 3.0 Portfolio or prototype development is required California Department of Pesticide Regulation.33.0 and Materials discuss transferability of courses.0 department chairperson or faculty advisor to file an the National Restaurant Association upon passing the study in a variety of fields.0 ing and fabrication for manufacturing. food producpractical skills and technical knowledge. Students learn how minate in a final “senior project.0 IDE 270 Manufacturing Processes 3.0 HRM 61 Menu Planning 3. Studies in human resource law.0 AGLI 19 Horse Hoof Care 2.0 to satisfy major requirements.0 HRM 56 Hospitality Supervision 3.0 in Electronics Technology AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 1.0 .0 ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits .0 AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3.0 Total Units 36. set Horse Ranch Management Hospitality and Restaurant Management Human Resource Management PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 78 2013-14 Mt.0 . IDE 150 Design Foundations 3.Direct Current (DC) 4.0 HRM 64 Hospitality Financial Accounting 3.” which is a portfolio to design. Students who successfully to build a career in human resource management.0 PHYS 1 Physics 1 3. lodging manage3.0 It is recommended that all students consult with the management business elective base initiating further IDE 170 Introduction to Prototyping earn the Food Protection Manager Certification from 3.0 ELEC 81 Laboratory Studies HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3.0 educational plan. Students are introduced to integrated pest management programs for private BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 department chairperson or counselor or advisor to Management Coordinator to discuss transfer options.0 desiring a bachelor’s degree should consult with the wishing to transfer should consult with Hospitality ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 for employment following graduation.0 Recommended Electives: HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3. Students active in the work IDE 210 Advanced Media 3. The curriculum is BUSL 19 Advanced Business Law 3.0 MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 3.0 Required Courses: and Management HRM 54 Basic Cooking Techniques 3. Students Required Courses: IDE 250 Product Design and Viability 6.industry.5 WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 3.5 WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 3. this will culfor the application of pesticides. IDE 110 Design Foundation .0 certificates upon completion of required courses listed.5 product development from design through prototypor public entities.0 units are required) manufacturing companies.0 HRM 66 Hospitality Law Total Units 27.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business and specialization in a given area of agriculture and 3.0 HRM 62 Catering 3.0 HRM 57 Hospitality Cost Control BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. Students consult with a counselor or an educational advisor to Management prepares students for mid-level or comprehensive Agricultural Sciences Program and is become familiar with various approaches to business discuss transferability of courses.0 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3. install.Visual Literacy 3.0 career in a wide range of industries including product of the Agricultural Science Program and prepares AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3. Pest Control Advisor (PCA) exam administered by the Total Units 30.0 BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 4.0 HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1. supervision. dining room service management. Three (3) and industrial design firms and fabrication and students to design and implement comprehensive AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3. financial accounting.0 2. In the Level Three Control Advisers provide written recommendations certificate and AS Degree course work.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 1.0 Degree S0331 Degree S0311 AGLI 97 Artificial Insemination 2. Degree S1307 enable students to prepare for a career in this essential This Associate of Science in Hospitality and Restaurant to prepare students to enter the business world in the Students desiring a Bachelor’s Degree should and diverse profession. ServSafe Exam. IDE 120 Intro to CAD 3.0 training in: food safety and sanitation.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents that includes two and three-dimensional design.0 (This is a variable unit course. compensation systems.0 The following program lists all courses needed will provide the student a solid foundation from which IDE 130 Shop Processes cost control. and development tion.0 These programs are intended to prepare students with the Collins College of Hospitality Management at in a fast-paced work force.0 Technology and Health Division Natural Sciences Division AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3. complete the requirements for this degree will also Transfer students will gain a strong human resource IDE 160 Intermediate CAD 3. IDE 230 Intro to Mechanical Principles 3. Students gain practical and management organization and the strategic nature of human reRequired Courses: ence designed to give the student a combination of source management. documentation (accountability measures).0 Total Units 28.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 2. and manage irrigation systems.0 4. presentaNatural Sciences Division Business Division tion. It qualifies students to take the BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. Pest on each of the semester levels.5 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business agricultural business. BUSA 70 Payroll and Tax Accounting 3. 3.0 or This program is designed to prepare the student for a The Integrated Pest Management Program is part PLUS select six (6) units from: HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 1.4. and hospitality law.2.0 . Students Cal Poly Pomona as well as other universities. This project will demonstrate the Degree S0102 Degree S0530 student’s mastery of the concepts and methodologies Business Division The program of courses in Agriculture is designed to The Human Resource Management degree is intended learned during the program. Students may obtain ment. training. This program is designed to articulate arena will acquire new skills that are highly desirable IDE 220 Advanced CAD 3.0 Required Courses: flexible in nature to allow for previous experience 3.0 AGLI 18 Horse Ranch Management 4.

0 ID 52 Independent Studies in Interior Design 1. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.Accounting 5. shrubs. Students will obtain the skill set necessary to obtain a variety of positions in the design field.Accounting 5. Required Courses: ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3.0 CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.0 ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3. degree provides students with specialized skills in the area of Kitchen and Bath Design and is accredited by the National Kitchen and Bath Association. 5.0 AGOR 32 Landscaping and Nursery 3.0 CHEM 81 Organic Chemistry II 5.0 ID 40 Kitchen and Bath Studio I 3.0 Section 8 79 .0 units required) ID 39 Interior Design Studio II 3.0 BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment 3.0 ID 12 Materials and Products 3.0 ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3.0 AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 ID 29 Interior Design Studio I 3.0 Recommended Electives: AGOR 13 Landscape Design 3.0 Interior Design Business Division Degree S1301 The Interior Design A.0 CHEM 80 Organic Chemistry 5. Artists and Society 3.0 BIOL 4 Biology for Majors 4.0 Laboratory BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology 4.0 ID 52 Independent Studies in Interior Design 1. Required Courses: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 CHEM 60 Quantitative Chemical Analysis 5.0 Total Units 42.0 for Interior Design I ID 25 Codes and Specifications 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree up and implement fertilizer and pest management programs. Required Courses: ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design 3.0 and Installation AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3.0 BIOL 20 Marine Biology 3.0 BUSM 50 World Culture: A Business Perspective 3.0 ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3. Students will strengthen career perspectives and develop work to incorporate into a professional portfolio.0 Management AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 3.0 Management AGOR 40 Sports Turf Management 3. 2.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants .0 for Interior Design ID 14 History of Furniture 3.0 BIOL 6L Humans and the Environment 2.Kitchen and Bath Business Division Degree S1302 The Interior Design: Kitchen and Bath Design A.3.Honors 4.S.0 AGOR 15 Interior Landscaping 3.0 ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design 3. and turf grasses. Most courses in the program provide hands-on experiences designed to give students a combination of practical skills and technical knowledge.0 for Interior Design I ID 25 Space Planning for Interior Design I 3.Trees 3.S. Required Courses: BUSL 20 International Business Law 3.Honors 5.0 ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 for Interior Design or ID 37 Business Practices for Interior Design 3.0 CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry 5.0 ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3.0 and Management AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3. This certificate may aid in the student’s search for an intermediate position as an assistant to a kitchen and bath designer.0 (1.0 ID 12 Materials and Products 3.3.0 .0 BIOL 2 Plant and Animal Biology 4. Students also learn personal management and budgeting skills.0 BIOL 50 Biology Basic Skills 0.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 BUSS 50 Retail Store Management 3.0 ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 2.0 units required) ID 39 Interior Design Studio II 3.0 or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I .0 BUSA 72 Bookkeeping .5 BTNY 3 Plant Structures.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.0 ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory 3.0 for Interior Design ID 34 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory 1.0 .0 for Interior Design ID 34 Computer Aided Drawing 3.0 ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design II 3.0 for Interior Design or ID 37 Business Practices for Interior Design 3.0 BUSA 72 Bookkeeping . degree provides students with an excellent foundation for a successful career in interior design.0 for Interior Design II ID 36 Professional Practices 3. and properly identify and maintain trees.0 for Interior Design ID 14 History of Furniture 3.Design 3.Herbaceous 3.0 ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 2.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 CHEM 51 General Chemistry II 5.0 ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3.0 Management AGOR 15 Interior Landscaping 3.0 ID 31 Building Systems for Interior Design 3.0 and Decorative Arts ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3.0 Recommended Electives: ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE International Business Business Division Degree S0507 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 ID 31 Building Systems for Interior Design 3.0 ARTG 20 Art. Students completing this program and meeting the eligibility requirements will qualify to sit for the academic portion of the Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD) and Certified Bath Designer (CBD) upon graduation to earn the Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) designation.0 ID 41 Kitchen and Bath Studio II 3.0 and Merchandising ID 50 Interior Design Specialized Studio 3.0 Total Units 50.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 for Interior Design ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design 3.0 AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 3.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants .0 Interior Design.0 and Decorative Arts ID 20 Color and Design Theory I 3.0 unit course.0 BIOL 3 Ecology and Field Biology 4. Students who intend to transfer should meet with a counselor or advisor to review lower-division requirements of the college or university they plan to attend.0 and Diversity CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 5.0 CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry 5. Functions.0 ID 48 Internship in Kitchen and Bath 1.0 ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory 3.0 BIOL 4H Biology for Majors .0 (1.0 BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics 3.0 ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 Students must take at least 6 units of any of the following: BIOL 1 General Biology 4.0 for Interior Design II ID 36 Professional Practices 3.0 Total Units 58.0 From the following list complete (9 Units) AGOR 2 Plant Propagation/Greenhouse 3.0 ID 27 Rapid Visualization 3.0 ID 23 Computer Aided Drawing 3. 2.0 unit course.0 ID 50 Interior Design Specialized Studio 3.

a minimum of four semester units. 5.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE or ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3. PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology. Nursing 70 Role Transition must be completed with a credit grade prior to entrance into the program.0 ADJU 4 Legal Aspects of Evidence 3. applicants must submit their names to the Nursing Office for approval prior to enrollment in this course. 2013-14 Mt.0 or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking .0 JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese 4. grade Human physiology.0 NURS 5 Psychiatric Nursing 3. a minimum of four semester units.0 ADJU 13 Concepts of Traffic Services 3.5 for all college coursework completed.0 GERM 1 Elementary German 4.Honors 4. Applicants must have completed all prerequisite courses prior to taking NURS 70. The program consists of coursework in nursing.Honors 3. 7.0 NURS 6 Pediatric Nursing 3.Honors 4.0 of the Justice System ADJU 3 Concepts of Criminal Law 3. High school graduation or GED or academic degree from an accredited college/university in the United States. Graduates of the program receive an Degree in Nursing and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination leading to licensure as a Registered Nurse. (NURS 70.0 SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology 3. Possess a California Licensed Vocational Nurse license.0 ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation 3. Fire Technology.0 or MICR 22 Microbiology 4.0 Recommended Electives: BUSM 81 Work Experience in Business 1. CPR card.0 ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures 3. and drug testing prior to the start of class.0 and Lifespan Development.0 or ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4.0 MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5.0 or ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition .0 ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4. and Forestry Law Enforcement Technology and Health Division Degree S2102 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation. A physical examination.0 Requirements for the Major: (31-33 Units) ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.0 ADJU 20 Principles of Investigation 3. 6. not a degree. A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 Administration of Justice. Criminal background check 9. including a laboratory component.0 or SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology .0 BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2. physical.) Required Courses: NURS 4 Maternity Nursing 3.62. 3. An overall grade point average of 2. Eligibility for Math 51 4.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3.0 ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.5 .0 ADJU 68 Administration of Justice 3.0 PLUS select one (1) course (4 Units) CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4.0 SOC 1 Sociology 3.5 NOTE: Applicants planning to continue their education and enter a baccalaureate program in Nursing will need to complete ANAT 35 and ANAT 36 instead of ANAT 10A and ANAT 10B and MICR 1 instead of MICR 22. 3. San Antonio College Catalog . including a laboratory component.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors 3. general education and clinical nursing practice at local hospitals and health agencies.0 NURS 10 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 4. Microbiology.0 or SOC 1H Sociology .5 for the Human Anatomy.0 CORS 40 Crime and Delinquency 3.0 CORS 45 The Violent Offender 3.0 Total Units 30.0 ADJU 74 Vice Control 3. 5. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. Requirements for the Associate Degree Students applying for admission to the Nursing Program will be required to see either a counselor or educational advisor to verify their eligibility to enter the Nursing program. approved and accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.0 Report Writing Required Electives PLUS select four (4) courses from the following (12 units) ADJU 6 Concepts of Enforcement Services 3.0 80 Licensed Vocational Nurse to RN Technology and Health Division Degree S1201 The Mt. The Licensed Vocational Nurse may choose between earning an Degree in Nursing or completing the LVN 30-Unit Option track which leads to a certificate.0 CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3.0 FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1. including a laboratory component.5 Nutrition/Elimination/ Surgical Asepsis NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation 5.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3. Human Physiology. is a two-year program designed to prepare men and women to give direct nursing care to clients in various practice settings. Prerequsite Courses 1.0 ADJU 5 Community Relations 3.Honors or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3. English 1A (Writing Composition) minimum of three (3) semester units with a minimum grade of C. Required Courses: ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3.0 Total Units 28. 6. Applicants must provide proof of current Vocational Nurse License.0 ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 4.0 Total Units 60.0 BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3. The Licensed Vocational Nurse is provided career mobility in the Nursing Program. including specific immunizations is required of all candidates prior to the beginning of nursing classes. Role Transition – Due to the clinical component of NURS 70. and Microbiology prerequisite courses with no grade less than a “C” for each course and no more than one repetition of any one of these courses. 2. 4.Honors 3.0 BUSM 52 Principles of Exporting and Importing 3. 2. San Antonio College Nursing Program. a minimum of four semester units.5 and Oxygenation NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1.0 ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections 3.0 and Management BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3.5 Integration/Regulation NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2. CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology Non-course requirements: 1.0 CORS 10 Introduction to Correctional Sciences 3.0 PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.0 ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0 SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 4.0 SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 NURS 7 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 7. Background Check (passed). Current Level C-Provider CPR certification 8.0 BUSM 85 Special Issues in Business 2.0 Administration of Justice and Fire Technology KINF 51 Agility Testing Preparation for 1.0 CORS 30 Ethnic Relations in Corrections 3. science.0 Recommended Electives: KINF 50 Physical Skills Preparation for 2. Human Anatomy.

All courses are applicable for degree requirements.Accounting 5.0 AGAN 1 Animal Science 3. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious. layout.0 BUSS 35 Professional Selling 3.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. race.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Marketing Management Business Division Degree S0510 This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2.0 AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3. and construction.0 MFG 10 Mathematics & Blueprint Reading 3.Catalog Cover Procedure: Students must complete all course prerequisites prior to requesting an appointment certifying readiness to enter into the Nursing program.0 BUSS 35 Professional Selling 3.0 . students must be able to speak. c) All students will need to bring official proof of high school graduation. the student will then apply to the Nursing Department on an appointment basis. bending.4. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposed to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Licensed Vocational Nurse to RN Program. Required Courses: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .0 measuring instruments to provide training in the various machining occupations. Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Livestock Management Natural Sciences Division Degree S0103 This certificate program is designed to give students basic skills in livestock management for employment opportunities on farms. Setup and tooling procedures and part certification upon completion of the metal removing process are covered. or machinist apprentice. psycho logical and physical disabilities. ethnicity. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.Financial 5.0 or BUSA 72 Bookkeeping . Students completing college coursework outside of the United will need to have their transcripts evaluated by an approved international transcript evaluation agency and must bring the final evaluation to their appointment (students may be able to obtain a list of agencies from the Admissions Office) Due to specific deadlines for International Student applications. as well as testing negative for drug use.0 .0 AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3. extensive. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. kneeling. culture. including a screening by the Office of Inspector General for welfare or Social Security fraud. research and development. and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devices) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease. Required Courses: EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4. mills.0 Control (CNC) Programming WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2. stooping. Graduates may enter the manufacturing field in areas dealing with production. they will need to be able to pass both a criminal background check.0 BUSM 61 Business Organization 3. pushing. N/C. jig and fixture design. tool and die construction.April 30 Students should also be aware that once they have been admitted to the Nursing program and before beginning the clinical portion of the program. and CAD/CAM).43.0 MFG 38B MasterCAM II 2. or computerized manufacturing.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3. assembly procedures. b) Students who have completed coursework at other colleges must bring the following information to their eligibility appointment: Official transcripts of all college work completed at all colleges. lifting.A Global Perspective AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 1. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift carry 50 lbs. such as machinist (manual.October 31 • March 1 . Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged.0 AGLI 17 Sheep Production 3. Instruction on all types of lathes. heat treatment. Required Courses: AGAG 1 Food Production. Once eligibility has been established.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4. blueprint reading. ranches.0 EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4.Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable.5 Section 8 81 Manufacturing Technology Technology and Health Division Degree S0918 This curriculum is designed to prepare the student for entrance into the manufacturing field in one of the machining occupations. ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE NURSING PROGRAM.0 AGLI 30 Beef Production 3. body fluids and wastes .0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. APPOINTMENTS FOR ELIGIBILTY VERIFICATION WILL ONLY BE MADE DURING THE FOLLOWING MONTHS: • September 1 .0 for Manufacturing MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 and Politics . or more • Perform considerable reaching.0 AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3. mold making. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. Supplementary instruction is also provided in bench work. or considerable standing/walking.0 AGLI 14 Swine Production 3. metal composition. and agriculture sales and services. a course description and a copy of the course syllabus.0 AGLI 34 Livestock Judg & Selec 2.0 and Management BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. and specialized equipment such as EDM and CNC is included. If the prerequisite courses were completed at another college.0 AGAG 91 Agricultural Calculations 3.0 PLUS select (6 Units) AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3.0 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3.0 Total Units 40. grinders. students will enter on a first come first served basis. or college graduation from an accredited institution in the United States. The eligibility appointment: a) Once a student has completed all course prerequisites.0 MFG 38 MasterCAM I 2. GED. sexual orientation.0 MFG 12 Manufacturing Processes II 2. positioning. Laboratory practice utilizes industrial types of equipment and precision .0 MFG 85 Manual Computerized Numerical 2. Land Use 3.0 Total Units 23. inspection process.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. please inform the Counselor/Educational Advisor that this applies to you.

e) Take the required English Placement Test (AWE). c) File a college application and be accepted as a student at Mt. 4750.0 3. arrange to have your test scores forwarded to the Technology and Health Division Office. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE PLUS select one (1) course from: BUSC 1A Principles of Economics . The Assessment Center is open Monday through Friday.PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN PROGRAM.0 Special Information: Additional general education courses needed for completion of the Degree requirements are listed in the Mt. the English Placement Test is not required. San Antonio College. f) Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school. but are not required to qualify the student for the California State Board Examination. San Antonio College. d) Submit an application for the Mental Health/ Psychiatric Technician Program to the Technology and Health Division Office (909) 274-7500. The Psychiatric Technology Program will prepare students to take the California State Licensure Examination for Psychiatric Technicians. pushing. San Antonio College’s academic standards for admission.Clinical MENT 73L Psychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric 5. located in the Student Services Center. 4265. EXAMPLE: Mt. To remain in the program.0 Technicians MENT 82 Work Experience in Mental Health 2. applicants must be in good standing and satisfy the following requirements: a) Be a high school graduate or equivalent. San Antonio College Catalog. except MENT 82. San Antonio College. if the courses were taken and/or the degree obtained at Mt. Foreign transcripts will not be accepted without the evaluation. consideration will be given to satisfactory scores on the English Placement Test. Drug testing may also be required as part of this physical examination.) One transcript must be sent to the Technology and Health Division Office and the other to the Admissions and Records Office.0 Clinical Technicians MENT 72 Nursing Care of the Developmentally 7. and consent/disclaimer for Hepatitis A/B vaccine is required of all candidates prior to beginning classes. Proof of high school graduation and malpractice insurance are required of all candidates upon acceptance. Required Courses: MENT 40 Introduction to Interviewing 3.0 Disabled Person MENT 72L Nursing Care of the Developmentally 5.0 for Psychiatric Technicians MENT 56L Medical-Surgical Clinical Experience 4. positioning. ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE MENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY . Entrance Requirements: In addition to meeting Mt. i) Certain convictions may prevent a candidate from being licensed as a Psychiatric Technician.Macroeconomics or BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics .Honors BUSC 17 Applied Business Statistics BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business BUSO 5 Business English Total Units 3. You may contact them at (909) 274-7500. The student will qualify to take the California State Board Examination upon completion of all the above courses. bending.0 3. it is not necessary to request transcripts.0 28. One transcript must be sent to the Technology and Health Division Office and the other to the Admissions and Records Office.5 Technicians Clinical 82 MENT 73T Psychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric 6. San Antonio College Catalog . kneeling and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive device) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.Microeconomics . However. lifting.0 3.0 and Pharmacology for PT MENT 58L Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing 1.) b) Be 18 years of age.0 Total Units 54. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases 2013-14 Mt. The College will make every effort to notify the applicant of acceptance by mail no less than two months prior to the beginning of a program. the office will obtain the test scores as long as an “Application for Admission” is on file with the Admissions and Records Office. Selection Procedure: In determining eligibility of an applicant.5 Disabled Person . These requirements are in accordance with the healthcare agency policy that insure that students are in good health and free from communicable disease and able to perform their training functions.0 MENT 58D Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing 4. If you have already taken a college placement exam within the past two years at another school.) Testing is administered by the Assessment Center. nursing school. All applications are dated upon receipt in the Technology and Health Division Office.0 3. San Antonio college courses. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Psychiatric Technician Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut. A program begins each fall and spring semester. Students must provide proof that he/she does not have tuberculosis. if required.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors 3. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heaving effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) • Perform considerable reaching. or considerable standing/walking.0 and Counseling MENT 56 Medical-Surgical Nursing 9.0 3. j) All students will be required to pass a background check prior to entering the clinical education phase.Macroeconomics . Arrangements should be made with them to schedule a day and time to take the English Placement Test. CA 91789-1399 h) A physical examination. and other than Mt. NOTE: Concerning Entrance Requirements ‘e’ and ‘f’.0 Technology PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. Ext.5 for Psychiatric Technicians Clinical MENT 70 Introduction to Psychiatric Technology 1. extensive. (All students who have taken coursework outside of the United States must have their transcript evaluated. g) For students who possess a college degree. Eligibility for ENGL 68 is advised.Microeconomics or BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics . including specific immunizations. students must maintain a “C” or better grade in all courses. Indicate in the mailing address the program for which your transcript is being sent to the Technology and Health Division Office.Honors BUSC 1B Principles of Economics .0 3. (If you were tested at Mt.Psychiatric Technician Technology and Health Division Degree S1208 Completion of coursework leads to an Associate in Science degree. stooping. it will be necessary for a student to obtain two official copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued.5 MENT 70L Introduction to Psychiatric Technology 2.5 Mental Health Technology . Ext.

stooping. Non-course requirements: 1.0 Requirements for the Major: (31-33 Units) ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.Honors 3. kneeling and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devices) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease. write and read English to complete classes successfully and to ensure patient safety. degree.0 units.0 • PSYC 1A must be completed prior to entrance into NURS 5: Psychiatric Nursing.0 or MICR 22 Microbiology 4. A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2. A physical examination. a minimum of four (4) semester NURS 1A The Nursing Process I 5.ca. sex offend crimes. 5. pushing. CHLD 10 or PSYC 14 must be completed prior to entrance into NURS 6: Pediatric Nursing. students must be able to speak.0 MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5. approved licensure in order to identify potentially unsafe practitioners. Human Anatomy. and Microbiology prerequisite courses with no grade less than a “C” for each course and no more than one repetition of any one of the courses. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heaving effort (lift and carry at least 125 pounds) • Perform considerable reaching. High school graduation or GED or academic degree from an accredited college/university in the United States. Human Physiology. is a two-year program designed to prepare if the applicant has been found guilty of dishonesty.Honors 4. positioning. they will need to be able to pass both a criminal background check. Students should also be aware that once they have been admitted to the Nursing program and before beginning the clinical portion of the program. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposure to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Mental Health Technology Psychiatric Technician program. ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE NURSING PROGRAM.0 ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4. extensive. Locomotion/Sensation/Integument/ 3.0 NURS 7 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 7. including specific immunization is required of all candidates prior to the beginning of nursing classes. Human Physiology. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. English 1A (Writing Composition) minimum of three (3) semester units with a minimum grade of C.0 .rn.0 units. Graduates of the program receive an Degree in who have questions regarding limitations related to Nursing and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examina. www. men and women to give direct nursing care to clients fraud or deceit. and permanent licensure Nursing. lifting. sexual orientation. edu/instruction/techhealth/nursing) for information on the application process. Requirements for the Associate degree Students must develop an education plan with a counselor or educational advisor to complete college academic requirements for the A. Current Level C-Provider CPR certification. a minimum of four (4) semester NURS 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 3. Regarding Licensure: Nursing The California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) Technology and Health Division protects the consumer by screening applicants for Degree S1203 The Mt.5 and Oxygenation NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology .licensure should contact the California Board of Register Nursing at (916) 322-3350 or access its website at tion leading to licensure as a Registered Nurse. felony child abuse.0 PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. Applicants clinical nursing practice at local hospitals and health agencies.0 component. Microbiology. including a laboratory NURS 2 Pharmacology 2. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious. psycho logical and physical disabilities. NURS 1B The Nursing Process II 5.0 2.0 or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking .0 CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3. NOTE: Applicants planning to continue their education and enter a baccalaureate program in Nursing will need to complete ANAT 35 and ANAT 36 instead of ANAT 10A and ANAT 10B and MICR 1 instead of MICR 22. 6. NURS 5 Psychiatric Nursing 3.0 ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.Honors or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3. culture. An overall grade point average of 2.5 for all college coursework completed. 2. temporary licenses.0 ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5. Application Process: Please check the Nursing Website (http://www. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens Subject to hazards of flammable.gov Prerequisite courses: Required Courses: 1. as well as testing negative for drug use. a minimum of four (4) semester NURS 4 Maternity Nursing 3. Contact Counseling and Advising Services to schedule an appointment. San Antonio College Nursing Program.0 NURS 6 Pediatric Nursing 3.5 for the Human Anatomy.5 Integration/Regulation NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2.0 and Lifespan Development. science. including a laboratory Oncology/Immunology component.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree • Exposed to a hazardous agents.S. The BRN may deny applications for interim and accredited by the California Board of Registered permits. 7.Honors 4.mtsac.0 SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 NURS 10 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 4. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. Criminal background check and drug screening must be completed prior to any patient contact. including a screening by the Office of Inspector General for welfare or Social Security fraud.0 Total Units 76. The program consists of acts involving narcotics.0 or ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition .5 Nutrition/Elimination/ Surgical Asepsis NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation 5. 4. body fluids and wastes Section 8 83 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . and other crimes. in various practice settings. ethnicity. Eligibility for MATH 51 4. dangerous drugs or devices.78. 3.5 units. including a laboratory Requirements for Nursing: (45 Units) component. general education and assault and/or battery. race.0 or ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4. or considerable standing/walking. coursework in nursing.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3. bending.

under the direction and supervision of an attorney. Careers in nursery management. and properly identify and maintain trees.46.0 Paralegal/Legal Assistant Business Division Degree S0310 The paralegal program is intended to prepare students for employment as paralegals in both private and public sectors following graduation.0 Operations AGOR 53 Small Engine Repair I 3.0 PLGL 31A Legal Analysis and Writing 3.0 AGOR 2 Plant Propagation/Greenhouse 3. explosive gases Subject to burns and cuts Contact with patients having different religious.0 PLGL 33B Civil Procedure II 3. Ornamental Horticulture Natural Sciences Division Degree S0119 The courses in ornamental horticulture are designed to enable students to prepare for exciting careers in the essential and diverse horticulture profession. budgeting and other management topics. psychological and physical disabilities.0 Management AGOR 13 Landscape Design 3. training.0 PLGL 33A Civil Procedure I 3.Herbaceous 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents • • • • PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens Subject to hazards of flammable.0 AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3.0 Management AGOR 72 Landscape Hardscape Applications 3. or other entity in a capacity or function which involves the performance. The program is unique in that most courses provide hands-on experience designed to give the student a combination of practical skills and technical knowledge. SAC Web site at www. Paralegals/legal assistants must comply with the legal restrictions in the practice of law by nonlawyer.0 Park and Sports Turf Management Natural Sciences Division Degree S0116 The courses in park and sports turf management are designed to enable students to prepare for a career in this essential and diverse profession.0 AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3.0 BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 PLGL 48 Criminal Law and Procedures 3. governs paralegals in California. The American Bar Association (ABA) By-Laws Section 21.0 AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation . design and properly install a complete landscape (including all plants and hard cape). please call the Agricultural Sciences 84 Department.0 AGOR 5 Park Facilities 3.0 PLGL 38 Employment and Ethical Issues 2.0 and Management AGOR 40 Sports Turf Management 3. arboretum and botanic gardens. arboriculture.0 PLUS select six (6) units from: AGOR 15 Interior Landscaping 3.0 PLGL 41 Property Law 3. This program is intended to prepare students to manage a park or sports facility and also for employment following graduation. ethnicity.mtsac.0 AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 3. sexual orientation.0 AGOR 40 Sports Turf Management 3. education. students will learn about personnel management. Listed below are the courses needed to satisfy major requirements. or visit the Mt. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposed to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Nursing Program.0 PLGL 44 Bankruptcy Law 3.0 PLGL 50 Comparative Law 3. This degree is part of our comprehensive agricultural sciences program.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants . are qualified through education.0 PLGL 37 Tort Law 3.A Global Perspective AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3. Required Courses: AGOR 4 Park Management 3. installation and maintenance. Students who intend to transfer should meet with a counselor or advisor to check the lower division requirements in the catalog of the college or university which they will attend and also the semester and year in which courses are offered. It is recommended that students consult with the department chairperson.0 3.5 Total Units 43.0 PLGL 35B Automated Law Office Procedures 3. race. landscape design. shrubs and turf grasses. The California Business & Professions Code.0 PLGL 43 Wills and Trusts 3. In addition. Our program is unique in that most courses provide hands-on experience and are designed to give the student combination of practical skills and technical knowledge. advisor or counselor to file an educational plan. retail garden centers.0 PLGL 49 Evidence Law 3.0 35.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants . Students who intend to transfer should meet with a counselor or advisor to check the lower division requirements in the catalog of the college or university which they will attend and also the semester and year in which courses are offered.0 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 PLGL 35A Law Office Procedures 3.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3. Students will learn how to design. set up and implement fertilizer and pest management programs.Honors Advanced Business Law International Business Law Total Units 3. students must be able to speak. This degree is part of our comprehensive Agricultural Sciences Program. law office.edu/instruction/sciences/agriculture Required Courses: AGAG 1 Food Production.0 Complete one (1) to four (4) units from the following course: AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 1.0 3.0 AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants . of specifically delegated substantive legal work.0 in Paralegalism PLGL 39 Contract Law 3.0 2013-14 Mt.0 and Politics . 4540. For additional information.0 AGOR 30 Ornamental Plants . or work experience and are employed or retained by a lawyer.0 PLGL 42 Family Law 3.0 or BUSL 18H BUSL 19 BUSL 20 Business Law .0 .Trees 3.12 uses the terms paralegal and legal assistant interchangeably referring to persons who. interior landscaping. culture. ext.Trees 3.0 Management AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 32 Landscaping and Nursery 3. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.0 and Management AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3. Land Use 3. Required Courses: PLGL 30 Introduction to Paralegal/Legal 3. San Antonio College Catalog . Section 6450 et seq.0 PLUS choose two (2) courses from: PLGL 40 Landlord-Tenant Law 3.0 AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management 3.0 AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3. and research are just some of the options. install and manage irrigation systems. although not members of the legal profession.Design 3. governmental agency.0 AGOR 13 Landscape Design 3.0 and Woody Shrubs AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production 3.0 PLGL 45 Creditors’ Rights 3.0 PLGL 31B Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing 3.Herbaceous 3.0 and Installation AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3.

A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 Total Units 29.5 . Students desiring a bachelor’s degree or Natural Sciences Division should consult with an advisor or catalog of the NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition . PHOT 14 Commercial Lighting 3. and Microbiology prerequisite courses with no grade less than a “C” for each course and no more than one repetition of any one of the courses.5 These programs are intended to prepare students for PHOT 20 Color Photography 3.0 PHOT 25 Digital Capture Workflow 3. 4. NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition 3.0 and Estimating AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 3.Design 3. PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology. Possess a current California Psychiatric Technician License. Students may obtain certificates upon PHOT 16 Fashion Photography 3.5 .1. including a laboratory component.0 or unique in that most courses provide hands-on experi. 3.0 KIN 19 Introduction to Care/Prevention 3.0 Feline Management 3.0 of Activity/Sports -Related Injuries The following programs list all courses needed to satisfy PHOT 15 History of Photography 3.0 KINI Kinesiology: Individual 0.42.0 The Mt. Photography Required Courses: Arts Division ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.0 KINF Kinesiology: Fitness 0.0 practical skills and technical knowledge.0 counselor or advisor to file an educational plan. A physical examination. 5.1. A variety of and Wellness career opportunities are available in photography. including a laboratory component. San Antonio College Nursing Program. Criminal background check and drug screening must be passed prior to any patient contact. 2.0 AGOR 73 Landscaping Laws.0 and diverse profession.PHOT 30 Commercial and Illustrative 3.0 for Commercial Artists AGPE 71 AGPE 72 AGPE 73 AGPE 74 AGPE 76 Canine Management 3. High school graduation or GED or academic degree from an accredited college/university in the United States.0 Fish Management Reptile Management 2. 3.0 The program of courses in Agriculture is designed to ability of courses. 8.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment 3. Human Physiology.5 . Graduates of the program receive an Degree in Nursing and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination leading to licensure as a Registered Nurse.5 .0 Total Units 31. Human Physiology.5 for all college coursework completed. An overall grade point average of 2. The program AGPE 70 Pet Shop Management 3.0 Tropical and Coldwater 2. Nursing 70 Role Transition must be completed with a credit grade prior to entrance into the Section 8 85 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 Degree S1209 AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3. Students desiring a PHOT 21 Exploring Color Photography 3.0 employment following graduation. approved and accredited by the California Board of AGAN 51 Animal Handling and Restraint 3. The Department offers a GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0 major requirements.2.0 PHOT 29 Studio Business Practices 3.0 Registered Nursing. Athletics and Dance Division Degree S0806 This program is designed to prepare students for employment in the field of Physical Education.0 Kinesiology. Current Level C-Provider CPR certification 9.0 Black and White Photography AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3. a minimum of four semester units. Non-course requirements: 1. English 1A (Writing Composition) minimum of three semester units with units with a minimum grade of C. counselor or advisor to discuss transferabil. The Psychiatric Technician is provided career mobility into the Nursing Program to earn an Associate degree in Nursing. or enable students to prepare for a career in this essential Required Courses: Advanced First Aid/CPR/ 3. The curriculum is flexible in nature to allow Photography for previous experience and specialization in a given area Total Units 37. including specific immunizations is required of all candidates prior to the beginning of nursing classes.0 KIN 17 Introduction to Physical Education 3. PHOT 17 Photocommunication 3. 7.0 . PHOT 18 Portraiture and Wedding Photography 3. including a laboratory component. communications. industrial arts.5 .0 chairperson.0 Management AGOR 71 Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3. 5.49.0 Physical Education consists of coursework in nursing. cinema.0 .0 Aviculture .2.0 Degree S0104 institution they wish to attend regarding transferKIN 3 First Aid and CPR 3.Honors 3. a minimum of four semester units.0 Pet Science and journalism. It is recommended or Dance Activity 0.0 KIN 5 Emergency Response comprehensive Agricultural Sciences Program and is PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 employment in the field of photography. a minimum of four semester units. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to file an educational plan and to discuss transferability.0 ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.Cage and Aviary Birds 3. Prerequsite Courses: 1. 6.0 ence designed to give the student a combination of PHOT 12 Photographic Alternatives 3.0 Degree S1002 ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5. Microbiology.0 Fitness for Living 3.0 KINS Kinesiology: Sports 0. Contracting.0 Operations AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation .0 and Installation AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems 3.0 of agriculture and agricultural business.1. is a two-year program designed AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3. science. 6.0 KINL Kinesiology: Adaptive 0.5 for the Human Anatomy.0 DNCE KINA Kinesiology: Aquatics 0.0 to prepare men and women to give direct nursing care to clients in various practice settings.0 Total Units 46. Recommended Electives: Psychiatric Technician to RN Required Courses: AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3. general education and clinical nursing practice at local hospitals and health agencies.0 bachelor’s degree should consult with the department PHOT 28 Photography Portfolio Development 3.0 PHOT 1 Laboratory Studies: 1.5 .2.0 KIN 34 PLUS: Select eight (8) courses from: completion of required courses listed.PHOT 11 Intermediate Photography 4. or art.0 Complete one (1) to four (4) units from the following course AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 1.0 that all students consult with the department chairperson. graphics.5 ity of courses. 3.0 Technology and Health Division AGAN 1 Animal Science 3. CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology.0 This program is designed to prepare the student for NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health 3. 4. Human Anatomy. 2. Eligibility for MATH 51.

copywriting and management.0 PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.Honors or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3. ethnicity. Requirements for the Associate degree Students must develop an education plan with a counselor or educational advisor to complete college academic requirements for the A.5 Nutrition/Elimination/ Surgical Asepsis NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 5. they will need to be able to pass both a criminal background check. Radio Broadcasting: Behind the Scenes Arts Division Degree S0606 The Radio Broadcasting Behind-the-Scenes degree is designed for students who are interested in the nonperformance side of the broadcasting industry.Due to the clinical component of NURS 70. or college graduation from an accredited institution in the United States. (NURS 70: Role Transition .0 .0 NURS 7 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 7.0 or ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition .0 MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5.5 Circulation and Oxygenation NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1.5 Integration/Regulation NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2.0 NURS 6 Pediatric Nursing 3. Students also receive instruction in the business side of the industry and can further customize their program by selecting from a variety of optional courses.63. • If the prerequisite courses were completed at another college.October 31 • March 1 . students will enter on a first come first served basis. and drug test prior to the start of class.0 ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.0 2013-14 Mt. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. GED. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Possess the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift/ carry 50 lbs. psychological and physical disabilities.0 ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0 or MICR 22 Microbiology 4.April 30 Students should also be aware that once they have been admitted to the Nursing program and before beginning the clinical portion of the program.Honors 4. students must be able to speak. positioning. Applicants must provide proof of current Psychiatric Technician License. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable. physical. ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE NURSING PROGRAM. APPOINTMENTS FOR ELIGIBILTY VERIFICATION WILL ONLY BE MADE DURING THE FOLLOWING MONTHS: • September 1 . and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devices).0 Total Units 61. • Students completing college coursework outside of the United States will need to have their transcripts evaluated by an approved international transcript evaluation agency and must bring the final evaluation to their appointment (students may be able to obtain a list of agencies from the Admissions Office).0 R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.) Required Courses: Requirements for Nursing: (30 Units) NURS 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 3.Honors 4. Applicants must have completed all prerequisite courses prior to taking NURS 70. lifting. students applying for admission to the Nursing Program will be required to see either a counselor or educational advisor to verify their eligibility to enter the Nursing program. Contact Counseling and Advising Services to schedule an appointment.S.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3. Selection Process Beginning Fall 2006. the student will then apply to the Nursing Department on an appointment basis.0 Requirements for the Major: (31-33 Units) ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5. or considerable standing/walking.5 Locomotion/Sensation/Integument/ Oncology/Immunology NURS 4 Maternity Nursing 3.0 or ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4. kneeling. San Antonio College Catalog . Background Check. • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationships • Near vision: ability to see clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease. extensive.0 or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking . sexual orientation.0 NOTE: Applicants planning to continue their education and enter a baccalaureate program in nursing will need to complete ANAT 35 and ANAT 36 instead of ANAT 10A and ANAT 10B and MICR 1 instead of MICR 22. Students intending to pursue a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. without prior notification PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents.0 R-TV 09 Broadcast Sales and Promotion 3. Once eligibility has been established.Honors 3. including a screening by the Office of Inspector General for welfare or Social Security fraud. culture. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully. race.0 SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4. Procedure: Students must complete all course prerequisites prior to requesting an appointment for certifying readiness to enter into the Nursing program.0 NURS 10 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 4. please inform the Counseling/Educational Advisor that this applies to you.0 R-TV 12 Commercial Copywriting 3. applicants must submit their names to Nursing Office for approval prior to enrollment in this course. • Due to specific college deadlines for International Student applications. promotion.0 ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4.0 86 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology . stooping. b) Students who have completed coursework at other colleges must bring the following information to their eligibility appointment: • Official transcripts of all college work completed at all colleges. Instruction in this major prepares students for entrylevel jobs in a variety of areas including production.0 and Lifespan Development. degree. CPR card.0 R-TV 11B Advanced Radio Production 3. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious. a course description and a copy of the course syllabus. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end life issues • Exposed to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Nursing Program.0 CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3. The eligibility appointment: a) Once a student has completed all course prerequisites. pushing.0 R-TV 10 Radio Management and Programming 3. Required Courses: R -TV 01 Introduction to Broadcasting 3. or more • Perform considerable reaching. c) All students will need to bring official proof of high school graduation. as well as testing negative for drug use. bending.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents program.

news anchor. arrange to have to apply for the registry examination through the your scores forwarded to the Technology and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and Health Division Office.0 understanding of the diagnostic uses of x-ray.Note: ANAT 10A. This is a licensed profession. as well Total Units 89.0 3.5 R-TV 96 Campus Radio Station Lab 1. g) Possess a valid Social Security Card.5 3.0 R-TV 97A Radio/Entertainment Industry 1. including disc jockey. h) Complete the following prerequisite courses with a minimum grade of “C” in each course.0 31. San Antonio College.0 R-TV 95 Campus Radio Station Operations 1. (If you were tested at Mt. the English placement test is not required. You may contact them at (909) 274-7500 ext. Request the transcript for the Division Office be addressed as follows: Mt. Students intending to pursue a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. the principles of electricity.0 RAD 3C Clinical Experience 3C 7. ANAT10B and MEDI 90 may be taken oped to enable students to operate x-ray equipment. Students must complete prerequisite courses Section 8 87 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE . however.0 R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3. it will be necessary for a student to obtain two official copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued. which is acRAD 62B Radiographic Procedures II 3. The courses are devel. and the operation of a clinical x-ray good standing and satisfy the following requirements: a) File a college application and be accepted as a department.0 RAD 2A Clinical Experience 2A 5. For students who possess a college degree.0 the college placement examination if required.0 Technology and Health Division RAD 61C Radiographic Procedures I Laboratory 1.0 Seminar R-TV 97B Radio/Entertainment Industry 1.0 R-TV 05 Radio-TV Newswriting 3.0 The following courses must be taken simultaneously: R-TV 97A Radio/Entertainment Industry Seminar 1.0 and Procedures Total Units 33.0 Center to schedule a date and time to take ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4.5 1.0 and Health Care RAD 61A Theory of Radiologic Technology 4. This is a licensed profession. students must maintain a b) Take the college placement examination which grade of “C” or better in all courses. Required Courses: R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.0 R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3.) Required Courses: Arrangement should be made with the Service ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4. is used as an indicator. One transcript must be sent to Technology and Health Division Office and the other to Admission and Records. the Technology and Health Division Office will obtain the test scores as long Number is required to obtain state certification and as an “Application for Admission” is on file with national licensure.2. the structure demic standards for admission.0 . To remain in the program.0 3. Admission Requirements: assist in the diagnosis of disease.0 R-TV 96 Campus Radio Station Lab 1. San Antonio College’s acaproper medical ethics.5 1.0 RAD 1B Clinical Experience 1B 3.5 Degree S1206 RAD 62A Theory of Radiologic Technology 4. The Assessment Center is open Monday through Friday.TV Internet Applications R-TV 34 On-Camera Performance R-TV 35 Pop Culture in the Media R-TV 101 Work Experience in Broadcast Entertainment Total Units Radio Broadcasting: On the Air Arts Division Degree S0605 The Radio Broadcasting On-The-Air degree is designed to prepare students for an entry-level job in a variety of performance areas of the broadcasting industry.0 1. If you have already taken Upon completion of the Associate in Science degree a college placement test exam within the past in Radiologic Technology. it is not necessary to request transcripts.0 Radiologic Technology RAD 61B Radiographic Procedures I 3. student at Mt.0 RAD 2B Clinical Experience 2B 3.TV Internet Applications 3. graduates are eligible two years at another school. All applications are dated upon receipt in the Technology and Health Division Office. San Antonio College courses). and commercial voice-overs.5 3.0 prepare students to function as certified radiologic RAD 64 Theory of Radiologic Technology 4. San Antonio College. Students will learn the nature of radiation. ext. is designed to RAD 63 Theory of Radiologic Technology 4.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree R-TV 15 Broadcast Law and Business Practices 3. and other than Mt. d) Submit an application for the Radiologic Technology Program to the Technology and Health Division Office (909) 274-7500.0 technologists. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Radiologic Technology Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut CA 91789-1299 c) Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school. e) Applicant must be 18 years of age upon entrance into the program.0 The Radiologic Technology program.5 as the technical skills to use x-ray equipment in both laboratory and clinical settings.0 RAD 30 Radiographic Pathology 1. f) High school graduate or equivalent. sportscaster. Students also receive instruction in the business side of the industry and can further customize their program by selecting from a variety of optional courses.0 credited by the Joint Review Committee on Education RAD 62C Radiographic Procedures II Laboratory 1. A program begins each summer intersession.0 R-TV 32 Radio .0 RAD 3B Clinical Experience 3B 3.5 RAD 4 Clinical Experience IV 4.0 R-TV 33 Radio Show Producer Techniques 3.0 R-TV 07A Beginning Commercial Voice-Overs 3.0 3. 4750.34. prior to entering program.0 MEDI 90 Medical Terminology 3.5 RAD 32 Digital Imaging in Radiology 2. Students will gain knowledge and RAD 91 Patient Care in Radiologic Sciences 3.0 R-TV 02 On-Air Personality Development 3. 4265. the Admission and Records Office. applicants must be in of x-ray machines.5 in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).0 Work Experience PLUS select nine (9) units from: R-TV 31 History of Radio DJs 3. and to observe In addition to meeting Mt. and a valid Social Security San Antonio College. If the courses were taken and /or the degree obtained at Mt.5 RAD 50 Introduction to Radiologic Science 3. Please provide copy of diploma as proof of high school completion. One official transcript must be sent to Technology and Health Division Office and the other to Admission and Records.0 RAD 3A Clinical Experience 3A 7. the California Certification of Radiologic Technology.0 RAD 1A Clinical Experience 1A 5.0 R-TV 97B Radio/Entertainment Industry 1.0 Work Experience Required Electives Plus nine (9) units from the following courses: R-TV 03 Sportscasting and Reporting 1.0 R-TV 06 Broadcast Traffic Reporting R-TV 09 Broadcast Sales and Promotion R-TV 10 Radio Programming and Producer Techniques R-TV 11B Advanced Radio Production R-TV 17 Internet Radio and Podcasting R-TV 31 History of Radio DJs R-TV 32 Radio .0 3.5 R-TV 04 Broadcast News Field Reporting 3.5 3.0 RAD 31 Fluoroscopy and Radiobiology 5. and a valid Social Security Number is required to obtain state certification and national licensure.0 .

g) Function adequately under stressful situations related to technical and procedural standards of patient care situations.0 BUSR 60 Real Estate Investment Planning 3. j) Calculate and select proper technical exposure factors according to the individual needs of the patient’s condition and requirements of the procedure with speed and accuracy. b) Lift arms above the head to move the x-ray tube assembly. including certain immunization and drug testing is required as part of the physical examination for all radiologic technology students before entrance into the clinical setting. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions critical to patient safety • Exposed to products containing latex Required Skills and Physical Abilities: In order to ensure student and patient safety and welfare.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology .0 BUSR 51 Legal Aspects of Real Estate 3.) Selection Procedure: Selection of students is based upon the completion of the above admission requirements and date of application. race. You will be contacted with date and time of orientation once you have been accepted. providing physical and emotional support to the patient during radiographic procedures. Real Estate Business Division Degree S0512 This program prepares students for employment following graduation. one (1) or two (2) courses from: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . students must be able to speak. or transfer patients from a wheelchair or gurney to an x-ray table or to a patient bed.0 BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3. intellectual capacity. d) Maneuver well enough to physically protect himself or herself from injury caused by patients exhibiting aggressive behaviors. Required Courses: BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles 3. Students for which English is a second language may be required to complete a verbal communication assessment prior to entering the program. English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Radiologic Technology Program.0 BUSO 5 Business English 3. and sensory functions to be able to: a) Transport.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. h) Hear well enough (average 30 decibels for both ears) to respond to directions or calls for help from individuals remote from the location of the student.0 BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 Total Units 31. f) Rapidly respond to situations involving the health and safety of patients. and other established technical qualities.0 BUSR 52 Real Estate Practice 3. the radiologic technology student may have sufficient strength. c) Move.0 BUSR 76 Escrow Procedures I 3.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.5 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3. manual dexterity. This course is optional.47. This certificate will permit the student to apply for the registry exam through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist and the California Certification of Radiologic Technology.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2013-14 Mt. Working environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents before admission to the program.Financial 5. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agent. providing basic first aid and emergency care in the absence of or until a physician arrives. CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health (equivalent course or higher). lift. San Antonio College Catalog . The requirements for a degree in real estate include the eight classes needed prior to applying to take the Real Estate Broker License Exam as well as several additional classes designed to strengthen the skills needed to succeed in a career in real estate. Forms and information will be provided at time of orientation. Acceptance Requirements: a) A mandatory orientation meeting with the Radiologic Technology Department will be held during the spring semester.Accounting 5. culture. psychological and physical disabilities. MATH 51 Elementary Algebra (equivalent course or higher). 1. The Department will make every effort to notify the applicant of the acceptance by mail no less than one month prior to beginning of a program.0 Investments BUSR 59 Real Estate Property Management 3. explosive gases • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.5 PLUS Group A Select two (2). This course is offered through Continuing Education but may be taken elsewhere with prior approval from the department. b) A physical examination.Honors 3.0 BUMS 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3. i) Speak English clearly enough to explain and direct procedural information to patients. and to communicate with physicians. 2. c) All students will be required to pass a criminal background check prior to entering the clinical education phase (a valid Social Security number is required to complete this process.0 BUSR 55 Real Estate Economics 3.0 BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. Program Completion Requirements: a) All students entering the Radiologic Technology Program MUST complete all the major course requirements and the general education requirements necessary to complete the Associate degree before a certificate documenting completion in Radiologic Technology will be given. move.0 BUSR 52D Real Estate Practice Work Experience 3.0 BUSR 53 Real Estate Finance 3. proper exposure (and/or “s” number). and faculty. body fluids and wastes • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to hazards of flammable. sexual orientation. b) In addition to the major requirements and general education. i) Make an appointment with an educational advisor to review general education requirements for graduation. k) View and evaluate the recorded images of a radiograph for the purpose of identifying proper patient positioning. technical staff. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.0 BUSS 35 Professional Selling 3.0 BUSR 81 Appraisal: Principles and Procedures 3. accurate procedural sequencing. e) Physically place patients in the proper positions for the examination according to established procedures and standards of speed and accuracy. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.0 BUSR 62 Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending 3. ethnicity. c) A course in mammography is also offered in the final semester for graduate students and licensed radiographers.0 BUSA 72 Bookkeeping . adjust. three (3) or four (4) courses from: BUSR 57 Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate 3.0 BUSL 18H Business Law – Honors 3.0 PLUS Group B Select zero (0).0 . motor coordination. students must also complete 88 a course in venipuncture for radiographers. and manipulate portable and fluoroscopic equipment according to established procedures and standards of speed and accuracy while conducting radiographic examinations.

However. Degree Requirements All students entering the Respiratory Therapy Program MUST complete all the major course requirements and the general education requirements necessary to complete the Associate degree before a certificate Section 8 89 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 sive agricultural sciences program and is unique in that AGHE 62B Clinical Pathology 4. By applying medical gases under pressure .0 RESD 53 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology 3. Required Courses: RESD 50 Theory and Principles 2. It is the sole responsibility of the applying student to get the evaluation completed before entry into the program. it is not necessary to request transcripts. 28A.0 tional plan with the Director of the Registered Veterinary Select six (6) units from: Technology Program during the first year of study.0 will work under the supervision of licensed private AGPE 71 Canine Management 3.0 as Respiratory Therapists.0 Degree S0105 Required courses 2nd year (30 Units) The program of courses in Agriculture is designed to enAGHE 60 Medical Nursing and Animal Care 4.0 skills involving a complete understanding of cardiopulmonary physiology and recognition of various pathological conditions that alter the patient’s ability to breathe effectively. ext. Technology The following programs list all courses needed to satisfy AGHE 86 Anatomy and Physiology 4. San Antonio College.0 Total Units 50. Students who satisfactorily complete the Fish Management requirements of this program are eligible to take the AGPE 74 Reptile Management 2. the therapist. and other animal care AGPE 73 Tropical and Coldwater 2.0 Respiratory Therapy is the application of technical AGAN 51 Animal Handling and Restraint 3. Foreign Transcripts: All coursework taken outside of the United States must be analyzed by a designated agency for foreign transcript evaluation. it will be necessary for the applicant to obtain two official copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued. Animal Health Proc.S. treats the diseased or ineffective respiratory system. 4750.0 RESD 60 Comprehensive Pulmonary Assessment 2.0 able students to prepare for a career in this essential and AGHE 61 Surgical Nursing 4. Students desiring AGLI 16 Horse Production and Management 4. AGLI 19 Horse Hoof Care 2.0 RESD 57A Special Procedures for Respiratory Care 1.0 agencies.0 This degree is designed to prepare students for AGLI 30 Beef Production 3. A. One official transcript must be sent to the Respiratory Therapy Program Office and the other to the Admission Office. The department offers a comprehenAGHE 62A Clinical Pathology 4.0 a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult AGLI 17 Sheep Production 3. The Respiratory Therapy Program. Students who intend to transfer should AGHE 79 Laboratory Animal Medicine and Care 3. For students who possess a college degree. applicants must be in good standing and satisfy the following requirements: 1) Applicants must be at least 18 years of age upon entrance into the program and must be a high school graduate or equivalent.0 Students wishing to be admitted to the Registered Veterinary Technology program must meet with the Respiratory Therapy Director of the Registered Veterinary Technology Technology and Health Division program at least two weeks prior to the beginning of Degree S1205 the semester in which enrollment shall begin. 2) File a college application and be accepted as a Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Registered Veterinary Technology student at Mt.0 These programs are intended to prepare students for AGLI 14 Swine Production 3. please provide college transcripts.0 major requirements. the college placement examination is not required. compressed air.0 tered Veterinary Technicians.0 .5 RESD 58 Neonatal Intensive Care 3. This includes diagnostic apparatus which aids the physician in detecting cardiorespiratory diseases.AGHE 65 Veterinary Radiography 2.0 give the student a combination of practical skills and tech. Some mechanical aptitude and the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers is required in learning the operation of specialized equipment. Building 9B.0 RESD 51B Respiratory Therapy Science 4.0 State of California Certifying Examination for RegisAGPE 76 Aviculture .0 careers as Registered Veterinary Technicians who AGPE 70 Pet Shop Management 3. AGLI 12 Exotic Animal Management 3. 3) Applicant must take the College placement exams before taking any of the prerequisite or respiratory therapy courses. Transcripts should be addressed as follows: Mt.0 vivariums. You may contact them at (909) 274 7500.0 the college or university which they plan to attend and AGHE 85 Seminar in Registered Veterinary 1. All applications are dated upon receipt. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Respiratory Therapy Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut CA 91789-1389 4) Submit an application for the Respiratory Therapy Program to the Technology and Health Division Office (Bldg.0 RESD 56A Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 2.0 diverse profession. which is accredited Required Courses: by the Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Required courses 1st year: (18 Units) Care (COARC). If you have taken English and math at another college.Catalog Cover AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 3.0 RESD 55 Adult Respiratory Intensive Care 3. 4265. 1.0 also the semester and year in which courses are offered. animal shelters. counselor or advisor AGLI 18 Horse Ranch Management 4.2. oxygen.0 RESD 52 Pulmonary Anatomy and Physiology 3.0 RESD 61 Current Issues in Respiratory Care 3.5 RESD 57B Special Procedures for Respiratory Care 1.e.0 to discuss transferability of courses. (909) 274-7500. No foreign curse work will be accepted without this evaluation. research AGPE 72 Feline Management 3. If the degree was obtained at Mt.0 organizations including veterinary hospitals.SAC.5 RESD 56D Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 6.i.0 RESD 56C Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 2.0 with the department chairperson. ext. It is recommended that all students of Domestic Animals consult with the department chairperson or faculty advisor Complete four (4) units of work experience to file an educational plan.to the airways through the use of various kinds of equipment.5 RESD 56B Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 6. to set up an appointment.0 check the lower division requirements in the catalog of AGHE 84B App. under the direction of the physician.0 Entrance Requirements: In addition to meeting Mt. Room 101E). AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3.Cage and Aviary Birds 3.0 AGHE 54 Veterinary Office Procedures 3.0 Natural Sciences Division AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3. San Antonio College’s academic standards for admission. is designed to train students to function AGAN 1 Animal Science 3..0 of Respiratory Therapy RESD 51A Respiratory Therapy Science 4.0 nical knowledge. Total Units 58.0 employment following graduation.0 RESD 59 Respiratory Therapeutic Modalities 3. Students must file an educaAGHE 83A Work Experience in Animal Health 1.0 most courses provide hands-on experience designed to AGHE 64 Veterinary Pharmacology 3. Information for transcript evaluation available in the Technology and Health Division. and other mixtures . NOTE: Testing is administered by the Assessment Center located in the Student Services Center. Please provide copy of diploma as proof of high school completion.

42. or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. positioning. SIGN 225 Ethical Decision Making 2. Students wishing a bachelor’s Sign Language 4. including specific immunizations.0 does not make one a “Certified Interpreter”. Business Division Program Preparation: Preparation for the program Degree S0508 includes fluency in American Sign Language demThis program is intended to prepare students for employonstrated by the completion of SIGN 104. Drug testing is required as part of this physical examination. without prior notification • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases • Exposed to hazardous agents. stooping. culture. Physical Demands: • Perform prolonged. and/ or transferring patients • Possess the ability to perform fine motor movements with hands and fingers • Posses the ability for extremely heavy effort (lift and carry at least 50 pounds or more) • Perform considerable reaching.0 Sign Language/Interpreting PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2013-14 Mt. bending. American ment following graduation. there are still many job BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. Students SIGN 210 American Sign Language Structure 3. students must maintain a “C” or better grade in all courses.0 that students complement their studies with selected SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture 3.5 ments of Mt. This certification will permit the student to sit for all National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Incorporated.0 SIGN 108 Fingerspelling 2. All students will be required to complete a background check prior to entering the clinical education phase. and crouching Sensory Demands: • Color vision: ability to distinguish and identify colors (may be corrected with adaptive devises) • Distance vision: ability to see clearly 20 feet or more • Depth perception: ability to judge distance and space relationship • Near vision: ability to se clearly 20 inches or less • Hearing: able to recognize a full range of tones Working Environment: • May be exposed to infectious and contagious disease.0 . body fluids and wastes 90 • Exposed to odorous chemicals and specimens • Subject to burns and cuts • Contact with patients having different religious. but the focus of BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting . psycho logical and physical disabilities.0 BUSS 85 Special Issues in Marketing 2. lifting. To remain in the program.0 opportunities for the precertified interpreter.0 Completing the certificate in Sign Language/Interpreting BUSM 61 Business Organization 3. extensive.0 The Mt. students must be able to speak.0 Management to help them determine which electives Language/English would best suit their career plans. San Antonio College Interpreter Training SIGN 232 Advanced Interpreting 4. San Antonio College will be awarded the Recommended Electives: Degree in Sign Language/Interpreting. CHEM 10. examinations. Students who re-start the program will be required to retake all Respiratory Therapy courses even if satisfactory grades were received. This certificate will permit the student to sit for all National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). sexual orientation. and under a wide variety of circumstances • Handle emergency or crisis situations • Subject to many interruptions • Requires decisions/actions related to end of life issues • Exposed to products containing latex English Language Skills: Although proficiency in English is not a criterion for admission into the Respiratory Therapy Program. Incorporated.0 elective courses chosen from the list above.0 SIGN 105 American Sign Language 5 4.0 Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) at www.0 Program is designed to prepare individuals for careers SIGN 239 Applied Interpreting 2. National Certification: There are many specialties within Required Courses: the field of Sign Language Interpreting. Interpreters are needed PLUS Select three (3) courses from: wherever communication happens between the SIGN 240 Vocabulary Building for Interpreters 2. Upon completion of the Respiratory Therapy requirements.0 are employed by school districts.rid.0 this program is on preparing the interpreter generalist.0 Required Courses: BUSM 85 Special Issues in Business 2. grad and Management uates of this program are encouraged to apply for National BUSM 62 Human Resource Management 3. BUSM 81 Work Experience in Business 1.0 Degree S0801 SIGN 231 Interpreting 4.0 Students who complete the required courses listed CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.5 community. Other Requirements: RESD 50 pre-requisites ANAT 10A/B. BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous Quality 3.0 The Small Business Management faculty recommends SIGN 201 Introduction to Deaf Studies 3. The student may elect to pursue either the Associate in Science or Associate in Arts degree. pushing. however. hospitals.org BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.5 in which this communication takes place. cruiseship compa Total Units 41. race. All applicants are required to meet the Essential Functions for Success in the Respiratory Therapy Program. SIGN 223 Principles of Interpreting 3.0 Interpreting Certification (NIC) through the Registry of BUSM 66 Small Business Management 3. A physical examination. Students who are dropped.0 as Sign Language Interpreters. and a vast number of other Small Business Management organizations and private businesses. (or the equivalent skill) and English degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor fluency demonstrated by the completion of ENGL 1A.0 should meet with a professor of Small Business SIGN 220 Translation: American Sign 3. Readmission Policy To remain in the program. ethnicity. examinations. government agencies. or considerable standing/walking. colleges and universities. BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 for Interpreters Humanities and Social Sciences Division SIGN 227 Cognitive Processing for Interpreters 4. write and read English to ensure patient safety and to complete classes successfully.0 hearing community and the Deaf and hard-of-hearing SIGN 250 Interpreting with Classifiers 1. students must maintain a “C” or better grad in all courses.0 nies. Re-entry may occur only one time. or withdrew from the program may request readmission for the following year in the semester in which they were stopped or may re-start the program. Interpreters SL 2 Linked Service Learning 1. the student is given a certificate documenting completion.Financial 5. San Antonio College Catalog . There are an endless number of settings SIGN 260 Video Interpreting 1. failed.5 below and who also complete the graduation require Total Units 29. MATH 51 and MEDI 90 must be completed prior to entering the program. kneeling. is requires of all candidates prior to beginning classes. All students entering the program must submit an educational plan showing the major course requirements for the degree. These requirements are in accordance with healthcare agency policy that insures that students are in good health and free from communicable disease and able to perform their training functions. corporations. Special Information The completion of the Respiratory Therapy Program and receipt of a certificate documenting completion of required courses requires completion of the Associate degree.0 Although requiring some type of certification is becom Improvement ing more common in California.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents documenting completion in Respiratory Therapy will be given.

.......... Emphasis in (specific area)... In addition....... with additional elective courses chosen by the student to complete the 60-unit degree requirement......0 R-TV 14 Media Aesthetics 3...................0 and Management EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3...................0 WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2... Required Courses: WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2... Required Courses: Choose two (2) of the following courses: R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3... 94 Mt......0 WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3...0 WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3..........Honors CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications Section 8 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences Emphasis in Business Degree A8981 An emphasis in Business provides the student with an understanding of business and its role in society.... This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation.. However.........Microeconomics or BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics . 3.......... Required Courses: BUSC 1A Principles of Economics ...0 WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3...................... he or she would have a solid foundation in the transfer process.0 WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3......... careful educational planning with a counselor or an educational advisor will help ensure that............. nor are they necessarily planning to transfer............................... Upon completion of this degree students will be prepared for an entry level job in the business world.. All students wishing to transfer are strongly advised to meet with a counselor or educational advisor to determine the most effective selection of general education courses to facilitate transfer to either the California State University system or to the University of California in specific majors................0 WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2...0 Total Units 18.0 R-TV 25 World Cinema 3.0 Recommended Electives: BUSM 61 Business Organization 3..........0 3.0 R-TV 24 American Film History 3....0 3.......0 ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE (AA) WITH EMPHASES Liberal Arts and Sciences with area of emphasis in one of the following: Business .........0 R-TV 18 Introduction to Screenwriting 3. There is a $50 charge for students and $60 for non.................. 95 Fine Arts.... Courses listed within an area of emphasis may also be used to satisfy general education requirements.....0 R-TV 23 Reality Show Production 3.0 for Electronic Media PLUS 12 units from the following courses or any of the above courses not taken: PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3..... 93 Social & Behavioral Sciences. These students are not intending to pursue a specific occupational major.......... Students will have knowledge of various business functions and economic analysis................ 95 Humanities.....0 R-TV 20 Television News Production 3...Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Television Production Arts Division Degree S0602 The Associate in Science degree in Television Production is designed to prepare students for entry-level jobs in the Television industry in a variety of areas including narrative...... The printed degree and transcript notation will read “Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences........ The college is a testing agency for the City of Los Angeles and is authorized to administer the performance test for the Structural Welding Certificate.Honors BUSC 1B Principles of Economics ..0 for Welders WELD 81 Pipe and Tube Welding 3.0 Welding – Semiautomatic Arc Welding Technology and Health Division Degree S0919 This program is designed to prepare the student for employment in the broad field of welding........0 3.. 96 Kinesiology and Wellness. San Antonio College’s Associate in Arts degrees are designed to meet the needs of students interested in graduating with a two-year college degree by studying in a specific area of emphasis......................... preproduction..... It leads to occupations in manufacturing and repair and helps prepare the student for positions in supervision............................................. remote and studio production..0 Total Units 21........... 93 Natural Sciences... students must complete all the graduation requirements as listed on page 63 of this catalog...... 92 Music. students choose one of eleven “areas of emphasis” and complete the appropriate requirements as shown in this section...... Topics of the written portion of the test which is administered by the city are reviewed in various welding courses offered by the college........0 WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 2............Macroeconomics ..Microeconomics ..0 R-TV 22 Editing for Film and Television 3.5 91 .. 96 Information Technology..... 94 Communication.. 92 Mathematics..........0 R-TV 21 Remote Multicamera Production 3...........0 3.students to take this test... Students wishing to transfer to the University of California system may be required to select additional General Education courses only from the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Core Curriculum (IGETC) pattern listed on page 109 of this catalog. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should consult with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses......... if a student subsequently decides to transfer at a later date to a four-year college or university.......Macroeconomics or BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics .......0 R-TV 19A Beginning Video Production 3........0 R-TV 100 Work Experience in Film and TV 1......0 R-TV 19B Advanced Video Production 3... writing.............. To qualify for an Associate in Arts degree... 91 Language Arts..0 WELD 60 Print Reading and Computations 3...........................0 R-TV 28 Introduction to Writing 3.. Courses in the welding curriculum prepare students for welding certification... editing.... and finance.......0 WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3....” Note: Students wishing to transfer to the California State University system may be required to select additional General Education courses from either the CSU General Education pattern found on page 105 of this catalog or from the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Core Curriculum (IGETC) pattern listed on page 109 of this catalog..............................

5 ARTS 41A Sculpture: Life 3.0 ARTS 42 Sculpture: Mold Making 3.0 ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 ARTC 169 Conceptual Illustration 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic or AHIS 4H History of Western Art: 3.0 ANIM 101C Figure Gesture-Design 3.0 ARTD 19A Figure Painting 3.0 ARTS 31 Ceramics: Advanced Studio 2.0 ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3.0 for Area of Emphasis or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking .0 ARTC 167 Visual Development 3.Honors 3.0 Intermediate Lithography ARTD 45A Printmaking: Introduction 3.0 ARTD 47A Printmaking: Photo and Alternative 3.0 or SPCH 20H Argumentation and Debate .0 ARTD 25A Beginning Painting I 3. BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .0 ANIM 101B Figure Gesture . logic.0 Speaking or SPCH 8H Professional and Organizational 4.0 in Intaglio/Relief ARTD 44A Printmaking: Introduction 3.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 art.0 with an understanding of communication strategies.0 ARTS 41A Sculpture: Life 3.0 Speech and Debate SPCH 16 Forensics: Individual Event Team 3.5 ARTD 23B Drawing: Advanced Heads and Hands 1.5 for Area of Emphasis Recommended Electives: SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication 3. SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication 4.0 SPCH 8 Professional and Organizational 4.0 Sculpture: ARTS 40A Sculpture: Beginning 3.0 ARTD 17B Drawing: Life-Advanced 3.0 SPCH 18 Forensics: Reader’s Theater Team 3.5 ARTD 15B Drawing: Intermediate 3.0 ARTS 46B Sculpture: Special Effects Makeup 3. R-TV 19A Beginning Video Production 3.0 ARTD 23A Drawing: Heads and Hands 1.0 ARTS 41B Sculpture: Intermediate Life 3.Honors PLUS Select twelve (12) units from one of the following art categories: Ceramics: ARTS 30A Ceramics: Beginning I 3.0 Emphasis in Communication JOUR 102 Intermediate Newswriting 3.5 ARTD 23B Drawing: Advanced Heads and Hands 1.Honors 4.0 Required Courses: R-TV 99 Radio/TV Special Projects 2.0 ARTD 27 Painting: Watercolor 3.0 SPCH 6 Group Communication 3.0 Figure: ANIM 101A Drawing .0 ANIM 107 Figure in Motion 3.0 ARTC 163 Dynamic Sketching 3.0 ARTS 33 Ceramics: Hand Construction 3.0 Renaissance Through Modern .0 ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 Associate in Arts degree in Liberal or SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication 4.0 Screenprinting ARTD 46A Printmaking: Introduction 3.0 2.Honors 3.0 reasoning.Design 3.0 Emphasis in Fine Arts Degree A8983 or SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication .5 ARTD 17B Drawing: Life-Advanced 3.0 ARTC 290 Portfolio 3.Honors 3.0 ARTD 26A Intermediate Painting I 3.0 ARTD 23A Drawing: Heads and Hands 1.0 Degree A8982 JOUR 111 Broadcast News Writing 3.0 select 12 units from the list of approved electives.0 ARTS 41B Sculpture: Intermediate Life 3.0 ARTS 30B Ceramics: Beginning II 3.0 Printmaking: ARTD 43A Introduction to Printmaking 3.5 Plus select a minimum of three (3) courses from the following which should be selected in consultation with a counselor or educational advisor.0 An emphasis in Communication provides the student PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 or BUSL 18H Business Law .0 Painting: ARTD 19A Figure Painting 3.0 SPCH 20 Argumentation and Debate 3.Honors 4.0 Renaissance through Modern or AHIS 5H History of Western Art: 3.22.0 SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies 3.Managerial 5.0 ANIM 101B Figure Gesture .0 BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 ARTD 43B Intermediate Printmaking 3.5 ARTD 23C Drawing: Expressive Heads and Hands 1.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3. San Antonio College Catalog ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3.Honors AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3.0 BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting .0 to Screenprinting ARTD 45B Printmaking: Intermediate 3.0 Speaking .Financial 5.0 ARTD 26B Intermediate Painting II 3. R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.5 ARTD 23C Drawing: Expressive Heads and Hands 1.0 An emphasis in Fine arts provides the student with an PLUS Select eleven (11) units from the following: understanding of the practices and theories of tradiSPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 ARTS 40C Sculpture: Carving 3.Design 3.Gesture and Figure 3.0 ARTS 34 The Sculptural Vessel 3.0 ANIM 111A Animal Drawing 1. In addition to the foundation courses.0 ARTS 40B Sculpture: Intermediate 3.0 ANIM 107 Figure in Motion 3.0 Processes .5 .0 ARTC 165 Illustration 3.0 or SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication Honors 3.0 ARTD 21 Design: Color and Composition 3.0 ANIM 111A Animal Drawing 1.Honors SPCH 15 Forensics: Fundamentals of Contest 2.0 Core/Required Courses (7 units) Totals Units 18.0 human interaction within multiple cultural contexts.0 Associate in Arts degree in Liberal SPCH 99 Special Projects in Speech JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media 3.0 ARTD 19A Figure Painting 3.0 to Lithography I ARTD 44B Printmaking: 3.5 Illustration: ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 Required Courses: SPCH 3 Voice and Diction 3.0 SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE or CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.0 AHIS 4 History of Western Art: 3.Gesture and Figure 3. and critical analysis as it relates to R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.0 ARTD 16 Drawing: Perspective 3.0 ANIM 101C Figure Gesture-Design 3.5 ANIM 111B Animal Drawing 1.0 BUSC 17 Applied Business Statistics 3.5 ANIM 111B Animal Drawing 1.0 Total Units 18.0 Drawing: ANIM 101A Drawing .0 Arts and Sciences SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3.0 SPCH 4 Performance of Literature 3.0 ARTD 25B Beginning Painting II 3.0 Arts and Sciences JOUR 101 Beginning Newswriting 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic .0 tional and contemporary two and three-dimensional studio arts and an introduction to the history of Western or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking .0 SPCH 17 Forensics: Debate Team 3. students SPCH 1B Intermediate Public Speaking 3.0 to Monotype ARTD 46B Intermediate Painterly Printmaking 3.0 92 2013-14 Mt.0 ARTS 46A Sculpture: Special Effects Makeup 3.

Honors 3.Honors AHIS 6 History of Modern Art 3.0 SPAN 12 Continuing Spanish 4.20.0 CISP 31L Programming in C++ Laboratory 0.0 LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare 3.0 JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese 4.0 POLI 5 Political Theory I . 1800-1890 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic or AHIS 4H History of Western Art: Prehistoric 3.0 PHOT 20 Color Photography 3.0 AHIS 10 A History of Greek and Roman Art 3.0 .0 HIST 19 History of Mexico 3.0 MUS 14B American Folk Music 3.5 CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 to the Present .5 units) CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 3.5 or CISP 41 Programming in C# 3.0 Gallery: ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy 3.0 MUS 13 Introduction to Music Appreciation 3.0 SPCH 4 Performance of Literature 3. Students must select a total of 18 to 20 units choosing courses from at least 5 of the following 7 categories: Required Courses: Music MUS 11A Music Literature Survey 3.0 POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations 3.0 CISP 21L Programming in Java Laboratory 0.0 PHOT 12 Photographic Alternatives 3.0 ITAL 60 Italian Culture Through Cinema 3.Honors 3.0 LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 3. Required Courses: Information Technology Basics (7 units) CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3. literature and the dramatic arts.0 PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy 3. business-related applications.Honors 3.0 for Area of Emphasis Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences Emphasis in Information Technology Degree A8985 The A.0 PHIL 15 Major World Religions 3. religion.0 MUS 15 Rock Music History and Appreciation 3.0 ARTG 21A Introduction to Exhibition Production 3.0 ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian 4. Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences with an emphasis in Information Technology is designed to prepare students for a career in Information Technology.0 .Ancient to Modern 3. create customized reports.0 or PHIL 20BH History of Western Philosophy . and philosophical and political thought.0 HIST 44 History of Native Americans 3.0 Renaissance Through Modern or AHIS 5H History of Western Art 3.0 History HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric 3.0 FRCH 3 Intermediate French 4.0 SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking 4.0 or PHIL 12H Ethics .Honors MUS 14A World Music 3.0 LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema 3.0 SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish 4.0 ARTG 21B Intermediate Exhibition Production 3.0 Art History AHIS 3 History of Women and Gender in Art 3. Oceanic. This emphasis also strengthens the understanding of other cultures through the study of a foreign language.0 or PHIL 15H Major World Religions . The degree offers a balanced set of classes that enables students to maintain and secure a computer.0 THTR 10 History of Theater Arts 3.0 MUS 11B Music Literature Survey 3.0 AHIS 9 History of Asian Art 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Photography: PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.Honors HIST 4 World History: Early Modern 3.0 ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian 4.Honors ARCH 31 World Architecture I 3.0 Through Gothic .0 for Area of Emphasis Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences Emphasis in Humanities Degree A8984 An emphasis in Humanities provides the student with an understanding of the interrelationship between art.0 Total Units 36.0 for the Spanish Speaking SIGN 101 SIGN 102 American Sign Language 1 4.0 Religion and Literature LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology 3.Renaissance Through Modern .0 and Architecture AHIS 11 History of African.0 and Architecture or AHIS 12H History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 HIST 11 History of Asia 3.Honors 3.5 Section 8 93 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 or PHIL 20AH History of Western Philosophy .0 LIT 46 Bible/Lit: Old Testament 3.0 or AHIS 3H History of Women and Gender 3.0 SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish 4.0 and Native American Art AHIS 12 History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 to the Present or HIST 4H World History: Early Modern 3.0 in Art . music.0 JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese 4.0 PHOT 17 Photocommunication 3.0 or AHIS 6H History of Modern Art .0 and Architecture . Artists and Society 3. history.A History.0 CISP 41L Programming in C# Lab 0.A.0 or MUS 13H Introduction to Music Appreciation 3.0 LIT 47 Bible/Lit: New Testament 3.0 Modern .0 Total Units 18. creating and maintaining a database.5 Software Development (3.0 GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German 4.0 CISP 11L Programming in Visual Basic 0.Honors AHIS 4 History of Western Art: 3.5 Laboratory or CISP 21 Programming in Java 3.Honors AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3.0 MUS 12 History of Jazz 3.0 CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese 4.0 CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese 4. 3.Honors 3.0 .Honors HIST 10 History of Asia 3.0 Philosophy and Political Sciences PHIL 12 Ethics 3. create and modify computer applications and databases.0 or ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 HIST 16 The Wild West .0 English and Dramatic Arts Literature FRCH 60 French Culture/Cinema 3. and use productivity software to solve business problems.0 American Sign Language 2 4. Students wishing a bachelor’s degree (transfer program) should meet with a counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of course. Emphasis is place on developing object-oriented.0 ARTG 20 Art.0 or ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3. Career opportunities available after the completion of this degree include technical support and systems analyst.0 HIST 35 History of Africa 3.0 Foreign Languages ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic 4. maintain and secure a computer.0 to Early Modern or HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early 3.0 GERM 3 Intermediate German 4.0 LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 3. and utilizing operating system utilities to optimize.5 or CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3.0 FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French 4.

0 PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality or 3.Microsoft Access Lab or CISD 21 Database Management 3.0 CISS 21 Network Vulnerabilities 3.5 units) CISN 11 Telecommunications/Networking 3.0-3.0 in Kinesiology and Wellness are required to take MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5.5 for Area of Emphasis Recommended Electives: BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting .5 or CISN 61 Virtualization Technology 3. listening.5 with ASP.0 Security (3.0 units) CISS 13 Principles of Information Systems 4. in Liberal Arts and Sciences PSYC 1B Biological Psychology 3.Honors 3. KINX (Athletics).Honors 3.5 Laboratory Operating Systems and Networking (3.0 SOC 1H Sociology .NET CISW 21L Secure Web Programming 0.0 (minimum of 9 Units selected from the following): KIN 5 Advanced First Aid/CPR/ 3.0 ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing KIN 13 Sports Officiating 3. and speakNF 25 Essentials of Nutrition 3.0 CISB 51 Microsoft PowerPoint 3.0 SOC 2H Contemporary Social Problems .0 CISW 24L Secure Server Side Web Programming 0.0 of Activity/Sports -Related Injuries PHIL 9 Critical Analysis and Writing 3.0 CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3.0 Total Units 18.0 PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living 3.0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 promotion.0 . writing. San Antonio College Catalog .0 SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3.Financial 5.0 BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 KIN 19 Introduction to Care/Prevention 3.0 Scientific and Nutrition Background SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations 3.Microsoft SQL Server Laboratory or CISD 31 Database Management . DNCE (Dance) plus or additional units taken from any courses in clusters 1-3 Associate in Arts degree PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.Oracle 0.Honors 3. ing): PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.Honors 4.(A minimum of 3 units selected from the following): individual interest and goals within Language Arts.0 a minimum of two activity courses in at least two or areas of kinesiology or dance: KINA (Aquatics) KINF MICR 22 Microbiology 4.0 or DN-T 20 History and Appreciation of Dance 3.0 CISN 11L Telecommunications/Networking Lab 0.Honors 3.0 PSYC 3 Research Methods/Psych 4.0 KINL (Adaptive).0 CISD 31L Database Management .0 or SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication 3.0 KIN 17 Introduction to Physical Education 3. In addition to the or foundational language acquisition courses.0 (A minimum of two courses selected from the CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 5.0 or COUN 5 Career/Life Planning 3.0 Emphasis in Kinesiology and Wellness BIOL 1 General Biology 4.0 Arts and Sciences An emphasis in Kinesiology and Wellness provides the or student with an understanding of kinesiology.0 (Fitness) KINI (Individual Sports) KINS (Team Sports) PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 SOC 1 or Sociology 3. ing with a diverse environment. students select with an understanding of the acquisition of language or courses from a scientific and nutrition and behavioral with a focus on reading.0 CISB 31 Microsoft Word 3.0 BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 or KIN 39 Techniques of Fitness Testing 2.5 .Honors PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 2013-14 Mt.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents or CISP 52 Mobile Device Programming 3.5 Lab Database Technology (3.0 Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Degree A8986 BIOL 5 Contemporary Health Issues 3.0 ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.5 .Oracle 3.0 ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing .0 (A minimum of 3 units selected from the follow. Movement.0 CISP 52L Mobile Device Programming 0.5 units) CISD 11 Database Management 3.0 .0 Required Courses: KIN 3 First Aid and CPR 3.0-21.0 for Area of Emphasis or Activity Course ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.0 Language Acquisition or or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology .0 development and diversity cluster.0 movement.0 select personal options that will strengthen their Kinesiology.0 or 94 KIN 34 Fitness for Living 3.0 following): or Students pursuing an AA degree with an emphasis CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry 5.0 DN-T 18 Introduction to Dance 3. and the mechanics of human bodily Degree A8987 NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health 3.0 PSYC 17 Introduction to Human Services 3. or ing): SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations .0 Emergency Response 4.0 above for a total of at least 18 units.0 COUN 2 College Success Strategies 3.5 or CISN 21 Windows Operating System 3.0 or CISN 31 Linux Operating System 3.0-4.0 SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems 3.Honors 3.0 . health Emphasis in Language Arts BIOL 13 Human Repro Devel Aging 3.5 R-TV 17 Internet Radio and Podcasting 3.0 CISN 31L Linux Operating System Laboratory 0.0 ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4.0 Security or CISS 15 Operating Systems Security 3.5 and Countermeasures Lab Total Units 20. students Required Courses: NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition .NET Lab or CISW 24 Secure Server Side Web Programming 3.5 Laboratory or CISW 21 Secure Web Programming 3.Microsoft Access CISD 11L Database Management 0.0 and Countermeasures CISS 21L Network Vulnerabilities 0.0 BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3. and Health Promotion Behavioral Development and Diversity (A minimum of 6 units selected from the follow.0 KIN 44 Theory of Coaching 3. In addition to the foundational physical An emphasis in Language Arts provides the student and Wellness education and movement courses.0 CHLD 51 Early Literacy in Child Development 3.Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21L Database Management 0.0 ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4.0 with ASP.

0 JAPN 4 Continuing Intermediate Japanese 4.0 CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.Honors 3.0 LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 3.0 ENGL 8F Creative Writing .0 ENGL 8C Creative Writing .0 Literature CHLD 50 Multicultural Education: 3.0 3.0 MATH 285 Lin Algebra & Diff Equtns 5.0 3.0 Anti-Bias Perspective JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media 3.Diatonic 1.0 MUS 31 Concert Choir 1.0 CSCI 110 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3.5 Performance Ensemble (3 units selected from CSCI 140 C++ Language & Objects 4.5 MATH 160 Precalculus Mathematics 4.0 MUS 27 Chamber Music 1.Memoir 3.0 FRCH 3 Intermediate French 4.0 Total Units 18.0 Speaking SPAN 53 Conversational Spanish 3.0 MATH 100 Survey of College Mathematics 3.0 ITAL 53 Continuing Conversational Italian 3.5 MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 ENGL 9 Writing the Personal Journal 3.0 JOUR 107 Race.0 Personal Options (minimum 3 units selected from the following): BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5.5 MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4.0 3.0 ITAL 54 Advanced Conversational Italian 3.0 FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French 4. SAC Singers 1.0 ITAL 52 Conversational Italian 3. MUS 2 Music Theory 3.0 SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish 4.0 ENGL 8E Creative Writing .0 3.0 18.0 STDY 100 Student Achievement 3.0 or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I .0 and Fundamentals of Learning Language Arts and Diversity (minimum 6 units selected from the following): SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 4.0 MUS 47 Jazz Ensemble 2.0 MUS 48 Men’s Vocal Ensemble 2.Fiction 3.0 FRCH 5 Advanced French 4.0 or LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 3.Introduction to Literary Types 3.0 FRCH 53 Intermediate Conversational French 3.0 Recommended Electives: MUS 36 Wind Symphony 1.0 CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media 3.0 SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking 4.0 MUS 22 Conducting 1.0 READ 100 Analysis and Critical Reading 3.5 MATH 120 Finite Mathematics 3.0 JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese 4.0 Conversational French ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 4. In addition to the foundational An emphasis in Mathematics provides the student with Music courses.0 FRCH 54 Continuing Intermediate 3.0 or MUS 44 Vocal Jazz Ensemble 3. students select courses in piano and a an understanding of college level mathematics.0 Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences Emphasis in Music Associate in Arts Degree in Liberal Degree A8990 Arts and Sciences An emphasis in Music provides the student with an Emphasis in Mathematics understanding of music theory.0 SIGN 105 American Sign Language 5 4. students may Required Courses: select from computer science programming options. Culture.0 5.0 JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese 4.performance ensemble.0 ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian 4.0 with at most two CSCI courses) and Sight Singing MATH 130 College Algebra 4.0 ENGL 8B Creative Writing .Novel 3.0 MUS 18 Advanced Class Piano 1. In addi.0 5.0 MUS 11A Music Literature Survey 3.0 LATN 2 Continuing Elementary Latin 4.Poetry 3.0 ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian 4.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree ENGL 81 Language Acquisition 3.0 FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 SPAN 54 Continuing Conversational Spanish 3.0 ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic 4.0 SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 4.0 SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 4.0 JOUR 101 Beginning Newswriting 3.0 MUS 17B Intermediate Class Piano 1.0 MUS 46 Mt.0 GERM 1 Elementary German 4.0 for Young Children ENGL 1B English .0 Section 8 95 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 or LIT 2 LIT 6A LIT 6B LIT 40 R-TV 05 SPCH 4 Modern American Literature Survey of English Literature or Survey of English Literature Children’s Literature Radio-TV Newswriting Performance of Literature Total Units for Area of Emphasis 3.0 CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese 4.0 LIT 20 African American Literature 3.0 GERM 3 Intermediate German 4.0 LIT 1 Early American Literature 3.0 MUS 38 Ensemble 0.5 Programming MUS 30 Collegiate Chorale 1.0 the following courses): CSCI 145 Java Language and Object Oriented 4.0 and Mass Media Images R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.0 JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese 4.0 SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish 4.0 3. tion to the foundational calculus courses.0 MUS 45 Chamber Singers 2.0 SIGN 210 American Sign Language Structure 3.0 5.0 CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4.0 GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German 4.0 to Literary Types .0 5. harmony and the hisDegree A8989 tory of western music.0 MATH 110H Elementary Statistics .0 CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese 4.0 ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic 4.0 MUS 16 Individual Instruction 0.0 MATH 140 Calculus for Business 4.0 LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature 3.0 or ENGL 1BH English .Poetry Collection 3.0 or JOUR 102 Intermediate Newswriting 3.Ear Training 1.0 CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese 4.0 SPAN 12 Continuing Spanish for the Spanish 4.0 courses): MATH 245 A Transition to Advanced Mathematics 3.0 (Minimum 18 units selected from the following MUS 5A Musicianship .0 MATH 115 Statway II 5. 3.0 MUS 17A Elementary Piano 1.0 Required Courses: MUS 3A Harmony .0 LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American 3.0 LATN 1 Elementary Latin 4.Honors ENGL 8A Creative Writing .0 JOUR 108 Writing for Public Relations 3.0 MUS 5B Musicianship .Honors CHEM 51 General Chemistry II PHYS 4A Engineering Physics PHYS 4B Engineering Physics PHYS 4C Engineering Physics 5.0 MATH 150 Trigonometry 3.5 for Area of Emphasis MUS 34 Women’s Vocal Ensemble 2.0 JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese 4.0 ENGL 8D Creative Writing .0 MUS 39 Laboratory Band 2.0 SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish 4.0 ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian 4.0 FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French 4.0 FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French 4.Diatonic 3.0 SIGN 102 American Sign Language 2 4.Nonfiction 3. Sex.0 Piano (2 units selected from the following MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5.0 SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 4.Introduction 3.

0 BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics 3.0 An emphasis in Natural Sciences provides the student CHEM 51 General Chemistry II 5.0 BIOL 4H Biology for Majors .0 PHSC 7 Physical Science 3.0 or MATH 110H Elementary Statistics .Honors 5.0 focus on a specific major and then select complemenGEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography 3.0 Arts and Sciences CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.Honors 3.Honors 3. Sex.0 the student with an understanding of statistics.0 and or PHSC 7L Physical Science Laboratory 1.0 or and ASTR 7 Geology of the Solar System 3.0 PHYS 4C Engineering Physics 5.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 HIST 1 History of the United States 3.Honors 3.Honors 3.0 SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication Honors 3.0 or ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory 1. biology as it relates to behavior or society.Honors 3. Students may select courses that CHEM 81 Organic Chemistry II 5. and BIOL 15 Human Sexuality 3.Macroeconomics .0 HIST 7H History of the United States . 5.0 POLI 35 African American Politics 3.0 PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.0 .0 BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics 3.0 .0 or SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication 3.0 PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology .0 GEOL 8H Earth Science .0 the historical and political implications on society.0 BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory 1.0 OCEA 10 Introduction to Oceanography 3.Honors 3.Honors 3.Honors JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media 3.19. or Required Courses: BIOL 15H Human Sexuality .0 or R-TV 01 Introduction to Electronic Media 3.0 Foundation (minimum of 6-7 units from the GEOG 2 Human Geography 3.0 or Associate in Arts degree in Liberal PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 4.0 ANTH 1H Biological Anthro .0 ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy 3.0 MUS 16 Individual Instruction 0.0 HIST 7 History of the United States 3.0 or SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations 3.Microeconomics .0 or or ASTR 8 Introduction to Stars.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents MUS 49 Wind Ensemble 2.0 18.Macroeconomics or or GEOG 30H Geography of California .0 BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics 3.0 ENGR 40 Statics 3.0 or Associate in Arts degree in Liberal MICR 22 Microbiology 4.0 following courses): or ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 3.0 or SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 or SOC 14 Marriage and the Family 3. Galaxies. 3.Honors 3.0 or BUSC 1A Principles of Economics 3.0 and promotes an appreciation of the methodologies CHEM 80 Organic Chemistry 5.0 SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology 3.0 or SOC 1H Sociology .0 overall understanding of the Natural Sciences.0 with an understanding of living and non-living systems CHEM 60 Quantitative Chemical Analysis 5.Honors 3.0 ENGR 41 Dynamics Total Units for Area of Emphasis 3.0 .0 BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology 4.0 PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality 3.0 96 2013-14 Mt.Honors PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women 3.0 Laboratory BIOL 3 Ecology and Field Biology 4.0 or POLI 1 Political Science 3. or cultural and gender diversity. San Antonio College Catalog PLUS one of the following: MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 PHYS 2BG General Physics 4.0 for Area of Emphasis Strongly Recommended Electives MUS 11B Music Literature Survey 3.0 .0 SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations .0 ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy Honors 3.0 GEOG 2H Human Geography .0 Total Units 18.0 BIOL 2 Plant and Animal Biology 4. the development of the ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.Honors 4.Honors 3.0 Environment Laboratory MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5.0 BTNY 3 Plant Structures.0 BUSC 1B Principles of Economics 3.0 BIOL 4 Biology for Majors 4. .0 .Honors Required Courses: GEOG 1L Physical Geography Laboratory 1.0 GEOG 30 Geography of California 3. Culture.0 tary courses to strengthen their selected focus or they or may select courses that strengthen and broaden their GEOG 1H Elements of Physical Geography 3.0 OCEA 10L Introduction to Oceanography 1.0 HIST 36 Women in American History 3.Honors 3.0 GEOL 2 Historical Geology 4.0 and PHYS 4B Engineering Physics 5.0 PHYS 4A Engineering Physics 5.0 or GEOG 5 World Regional Geography 3.0 and the Universe and ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory 1.0 and tools of science.0 or PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.Honors 3.0 person.0 BIOL 20 Marine Biology 3. Functions.0 An emphasis in Social & Behavioral Sciences provides ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology 3.Microeconomics and Mass Media Images or POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States 3. 3.0 ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory 1.0 or GEOL 8 Earth Science 3.0 Environment and METO 3L Weather and Atmospheric 1.0 Emphasis in Natural Sciences or Degree A8988 CHEM 50H General Chemistry I .0 SOC 14H Marriage and the Family .0 JOUR 107 Race.0 Select a minimum of 18 units from the following: GEOL 1 Physical Geology 4.5 MUS 9 Introduction to Music Technology 3.0 Arts and Sciences Cultural & Gender Diversity (minimum of 3 units Emphasis in Social & Behavioral Sciences selected from the following): Degree A8991 ANTH 30 The Native American 3.Honors 3.0 GEOL 8L Earth Science Laboratory 1.0 and Diversity METO 3 Weather and the Atmospheric 3.0 OCEA 10H Introduction to Oceanography .0 POLI 1H Political Science .

.....0 HIST 40 History of the Mexican American 3.... Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.........0 or HIST 35 History of Africa 3...... To earn an Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units.. School and Community 3...... 101 Associate in Science for Transfer Degree (AS-T): Mathematics... Oceanic..........0 POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations 3...........0 and Native American Art AHIS 12 History of Precolumbian Art 3...0 or HIST 7 History of the United States 3................. 100 Communication Studies.......0 HIST 30 History of the African American 3........ and a major or area of emphasis of at least 18 units..0 ASSOCIATE DEGREE FOR TRANSFER (AA-T & AS-T) Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree (AA-T): Art History...0 or SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3...0 List A select one: (3 units) AHIS 9 History of Asian Art and Architecture 3...... Family.0 for Area of Emphasis Other recommended electives include: ANTH 3 Archaeology 3.....0 or SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication ..0 Renaissance Through Modern ...0 CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3.....0 CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3..Honors PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3......0 or HIST 44 History of Native Americans 3....0 or HIST 8 History of the United States 3.0 or HIST 7H History of the United States .....0 Prehistoric Through Gothic ..........0 1619-1877 or HIST 31 History of the African American 3...0 BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 to receive an associate degree for transfer... Required Courses: Core Courses: (9 units) AHIS 4 History of Western Art: 3.Honors 3... Students must have a minimum GPA of 2...0 BIOL 13 Human Repro Devel Aging 3. The degree program requires students to critically analyze visual objects from a variety of perspectives.......0 SL 2 Linked Service Learning 1..0 or POLI 35 African American Politics 3....................0 AHIS 11 History of African......0 Prehistoric Through Gothic or AHIS 4H History of Western Art: 3.. 100 English ..Honors 3........0 LIBR 1 Information Resources 3...........0 or SOC 2H Contemporary Social Problems .0 or POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States 3..............0 Historical and Political Implications on Society (minimum of 3 units selected from the following): GEOG 8 The Urban World 3...............0 SOC 15 Child Development 3.0 or HIST 11 History of Asia 3...0 PSYC 1B Biological Psychology 3..........0 HIST 10 History of Asia 3........0 PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living 3....0 PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3.0 or HIST 16 The Wild West ......Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Development of the Person ( minimum of 3 units selected from the following): BIOL 5 Contemporary Health Issues 3...0 LIT 20 African American Literature 3......0 CHLD 85 Infants At Risk 3....... 99 Theater Arts........................0 PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3.....0 Section 8 97 ..0 and Architecture...Honors List B select one: (3 units) ARTB 14 Basic Studio Arts 3.......0 and Architecture or AHIS 12H History of Precolumbian Art 3...0 Biology as it Relates to Behavior or Society (minimum of 3 units selected from the following): ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 3....0 COUN 5 Career/Life Planning 3....0 LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican 3..... The Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer (AA-T) will provide the student with a solid foundation in both European and non–European art and visual culture from the periods of pre–history through modern.......0 CHLD 1 Child.. To earn an “associate degree for transfer” a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC or CSU GE breadth.Honors 3...0 LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema 3.0 BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment 3. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses...............0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better..............0 Renaissance Through Modern or AHIS 5H History of Western Art: 3.0 ....................0 FCS 41 Life Management 3................... Family.0 CHLD 1 Child.. 3....................A History.... Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3....0 BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics 3.0 and Research Methods LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature 3.Honors AHIS 5 History of Western Art: 3. 101 Recent legislation requires that all California Community Colleges create associate degrees for transfer..0 HIST 1 History of the United States 3...0 or HIST 8H History of the United States . 100 History ...0 and Lifespan Development ... utilizing various modes of analysis.....0 SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems 3..0 COUN 51 Career Planning 1..........19.0 Total Units 18.............0 BIOL 17 Neurobiology and Behavior 3......... PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer Humanities and Social Sciences Division Degree A0330 The academic discipline of Art History involves the study of visual objects as both works of art and as artifacts of the historical and cultural contexts in which they were created............. California Community College students who are awarded an AA-T or AS-T degree are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system and given priority admission consideration to their local CSU campus or to a program that is deemed similar to their community college major. 98 Psychology........ 97 Music ...Honors 3.0 in Psychology PSYC 17 Introduction to Human Services 3.0 PSYC 17 Introduction to Human Services 3.. 1800-1890 3.......0 SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology 3....Honors ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.............. 98 Political Science.....0 American Literature PSYC 3 Introduction to Research Methods 4.. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements........ School and Community 3..

0 or SPCH 1AH Public Speaking .0 and LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 3.0 List C: Select one course from the following or any course not selected from List A or List B: (3 units) ENGL 8C Creative Writing Novel 3. Artists and Society 3. and logically 98 2013-14 Mt.0 CSU General Education 39.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 or ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing .0 CSU General Education 39.Honors 4.0 ARTD 20 Design: Two-Dimensional 3.0 SPCH 8 Professional and Organizational 4.Honors 4. San Antonio College Catalog or SPCH 16 Forensics: Individual Event Team 3. JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media 3.0 to Literary Types or ENGL 1BH Introduction to Literary Types .0 SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3. forensics.0 Speaking . Students will create messages appropriate for diverse audiences and listeners and develop an improved understanding of themselves as communicators. select and Speech and Debate research an appropriate topic and thesis. Students who earn this degree will be able to write a literary analysis. Degree Total 60. Required Courses: Core Courses: (4 Units) SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 and LIT 6B Survey of English Literature 3.0 in Art .0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 .0 SPCH 20 Argumentation and Debate 3.0 .0 List A: Select any 2 courses from the following: (6 units) SPCH 6 Group Communication 3.0 JOUR 101 Beginning Newswriting 3.0 Studies for Transfer or Humanities and Social Sciences Division SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication .0 ARTS 30A Ceramics: Beginning I 3.Honors 3.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3. organizational and intercultural communication. argumentation.0 Associate in Arts in English for Transfer Humanities and Social Sciences Division Degree A0332 The Associate in Arts in English for Transfer introduces students to Literature written in English and gives them the option of studying creative writing. Required Courses: Core Courses: (7 units) ENGL 1B English .0 SPCH 3 Voice and Diction 3.0 and Architecture AHIS 10 A History of Greek and Roman Art 3.Honors 4.0 and ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing 4.0 JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media 3. group.0 ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 List B: Select one course from the following or any course not selected from List A: (3 units) ENGL 8A Creative Writing Fiction 3.Honors SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies 3.0 ENGL 81 Language Acquisition 3.0 ENGL 8F Creative Writing Non-Fiction 3.0 course options that add dimension and depth to the SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication 3.0 List C: select two courses from the following or any course not selected from List A: (6 units) AHIS 3 History of Women and Gender in Art 3. To earn an Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units. journalism.0 PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 JOUR 101 Beginning Newswriting 3.0 and LIT 2 Modern American Literature 3. To earn an Associate in Arts in English for Transfer a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units. and identify the influence of culture on human expression.0 or Associate in Arts in Communication SPCH 20H Argumentation and Debate .0 or LIT 6A Survey of English Literature 3.0 Total Units for Major 18.0 or AHIS 3H History of Women and Gender 3.0 Degree A0325 List B: Select any 2 courses from the following or Communication Studies is a broad-based discipline any 1 course not selected from List A (6-7 units) with foundational coursework in oral communication theory and skills development.Honors 3.0 SPCH 4 Performance of Literature 3.0 AHIS 15 The Culture and Art of Pompeii 3.0 Speaking or SPCH 8H Professional and Organizational 4.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 AHIS 8 History of Medieval Art 3. augmented with SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication 4.42.0 ARTS 40A Sculpture: Beginning 3. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2. Those core skills and knowledge include the ability to analyze literature and the ability to write researched analytical papers. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 3.Honors 3. and formulate communication solutions to problems in a range of contexts.0 or ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing .Honors AHIS 6 History of Modern Art 3. Students will employ appropriate verbal and nonverbal delivery skills and visual aids to present a message to an audience in a conversational and confident manner.0 LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare 3. Completion of the degree provides students with the core skills and knowledge needed to pursue a baccalaureate degree in English.42.0 Total Units for Major 21.0 ARTG 20 Art.0 and Architecture AHIS 14 Rome: The Ancient City 3.Introduction 3.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 or SPCH 17 Forensics: Debate Team 3.0 Limit of three (3) units from: and communication research methods.0 ENGL 8B Creative Writing Poetry 3.Honors 3.0 The degree program requires students to critically SPCH 15 Forensics: Fundamentals of Contest 2.0 List C: Select at least 1 course from the following or any 1 course not selected from List A or List B (3-4 units) ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing 4.0 analyze information and arguments.0 or AHIS 6H History of Modern Art .0 List A: Select two: (6 units) LIT 1 Early American Literature 3.0 LIT 14 Introduction to Modern Poetry 3. Degree Total 60.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 organize the supporting material into a well-crafted presentation.0 or SPCH 18 Forensics: Reader’s Theater Team 3.0 student’s understanding of the discipline – such as or interpersonal. SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication Honors 3. analyze major themes and concerns in literature.

0 Section 8 99 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE .0 3.0 velop links and connections in abstracting fundamen and Architecture tal meaning of historical data.0 .0 units.0 4. Oceanic.0 .0 4.Honors Principles of Cultural Anthropology 3. Degree Total 60.42.0 Renaissance Through Modern History of Western Art: 3.0 .0 Associate in Arts in History to Early Modern for Transfer or Humanities and Social Sciences Division HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric 3.0 3.0 The degree program requires students to critically and Native American Art analyze material from a variety of sources and to deAHIS 12 History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 in all FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French 4.0 History of Theater Arts 3.0 Literature LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology 3.0 4.0 3. The course distribution AHIS 12H History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 AHIS 3H AHIS 4 AHIS 4H AHIS 5 AHIS 5H AHIS 6 AHIS 6H AHIS 9 AHIS 10 AHIS 11 AHIS 12 AHIS 12H ANTH 5 ANTH 22 ANTH 30 ARTB 1 DN-T 20 GEOG 2 GEOG 2H GEOG 5 HIST 39 HUMA 1 LIT 11A LIT 11B MUS 12 MUS 14A MUS 14B MUS 15 PHOT 15 THTR10 History of Women and Gender in Art 3. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.0 Total Units for Major 18.0 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic .0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 History of Modern Art .0 A History of Greek and Roman Art 3.0 4.0 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 The Humanities 3.Honors 3.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 World Music 3.0 .0 LIT 40 Children’s Literature 3.0 Human Geography 3.0 American Folk Music 3.0 History of Jazz 3. Degree Total 60.0 historical context. AHIS 11 History of African.0 4.0 Rock Music History and Appreciation 3.0 and Native American Art History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 3.0 4.0 4. Oceanic.0 history courses outside of the Western World.Honors in the humanities or social sciences (including history) List B Select one course from each group: (6-7 units) that address any historically under-represented group Group 1: Diversity Course or non-western subject matter fulfilling transfer level AHIS 9 History of Asian Art and Architecture 3.0 present day issues and problems within a meaningful ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic 4.0 3.0 4.0 3.Old Testament LIT 47 The Bible as Literature 3.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema 3.0 The History of the United States.Honors 3. thus placing the ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic 4.Honors ity and diversity of the historical past. 3.0 or HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 3.0 California History 3.0 3. augmented with to the Present course options that add dimension and depth to the or student’s understanding of the discipline—such as HIST 4H World History: Early Modern 3.0 CSU General Education 39.42.0 History of Asian Art and Architecture 3.0 World Literature from 1650 3.0 3.0 .0 degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 LIT 46 The Bible as Literature 3.0 GE categories and courses in foreign languages.0 World Literature to 1650 3.0 3.0 .0 CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate FRCH 3 Intermediate French FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French FRCH 5 Advanced French FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French GERM 1 Elementary German GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German GERM 3 Intermediate German HIST 10 History of Premodern Asia HIST 11 History of Modern Asia HIST 19 History of Mexico HIST 30 History of the African American 1619-1877 HIST 31 History of the African American HIST 35 History of Africa HIST 36 Women in American History HIST 40 History of the Mexican American HIST 44 History of Native Americans ITAL 1 Elementary Italian ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese JAPN 4 Continuing Intermediate Japanese JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese LATN 1 Elementary Latin LATN 2 Continuing Elementary Latin LIT 20 African American Literature LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American Literature POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States POLI 35 African American Politics SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 SIGN 102 American Sign Language 2 SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture Group 2: History-Related Humanities Course AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts AHIS 3 History of Women and Gender in Art 4.0 4.Honors and HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 3.0 a student must complete 60 semester units that are CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese 4.0 4.0 .0 4.0 4.0 Degree A0334 to Early Modern .Honors List A select two: (6 units) HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric 3.0 4.0 and Architecture .0 and Architecture History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese 4.0 History of Photography 3.0 4.Honors History is a broad-based academic discipline with and foundational coursework in both World History and HIST 4 World History: Early Modern 3.19.0 4. CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4. 3. courses to the Present .New Testament Total Units for Major 19.0 The Native American 3.0 Human Geography .Honors History of Modern Art 3.0 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 Renaissance Through Modern .0 and Architecture History of African.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 or HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 3.0 4. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 3.0 3.0 .0 History and Appreciation of Dance 3.Honors History of Western Art: 3.0 4.0 pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 4.0 3.0 LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American 3.0 4.0 3.0 Prehistoric Through Gothic History of Western Art: 3.0 4.0 3. Required Courses: Core Courses: (6 units) HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 3.0 3.0 CSU General Education 39.Honors History of Western Art: 3.0 of the degree will expose the students to the complex and Architecture .0 To earn an Associate in Arts in History for Transfer CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese 4.0 World Regional Geography 3.0 4.

0 MUS 45 Chamber Singers 2. optional courses in the areas of piano and music history should also be taken. To earn an associate degree for transfer.0 theories and methodologies used in the scientific study of or political institutions and behavior.0 Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer Humanities and Social Sciences Division Degree A0324 The Associate in Arts in Psychology for Transfer introduces students to the psychological principles and methodologies used in the scientific study of mental processes and behaviors. To earn an associate degree for transfer.0 Total Units for Major 18.5 units each (2 units) MUS 16 .0 African American Politics 3.0 POLI 5 Political Theory I .0 100 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE MUS 6B Musicianship . performance. Required Courses: Theory & Musicianship (16 units) MUS 2 Music Theory 3.0 Associate in Arts – Macroeconomics in Political Science for Transfer or Humanities and Social Sciences Division BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics 3.0 have a minimum GPA of 2. and/ or music education.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better. The Associate in Arts in GEOG 2H Human Geography – Honors 3.42. Degree Total 60.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.Individual Instruction 0.0 .0 MUS 49 Wind Ensemble 2.Chromatic I 1.Honors Political Science introduces students to political science GEOG 2 Human Geography 3.0 MUS 50 Jazz Improvisation 2.0 MUS 48 Men’s Vocal Ensemble 2.0 or MATH 110H Elementary Statistics – Honors 3. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2. to compare and contrast the major theoretical perspectives in psychology.0 MUS 3C Harmony . By providing a theoretical understanding of the development and creation of music. Required Courses: Core course: (3 units) POLI 1 Political Science 3.0 or Introduction to Psychology . The Associate in Arts in Political HIST 4 World History: Early Modern 3.Early Modern to Contemporary Environmental Politics 3.0 MUS 3B Harmony . along with requisite technical proficiency.0 or POLI 1H Political Science .Honors 3. a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to a CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least18 units.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC. To further foster these skills.0 .0 Applied Music: 4 semesters.0 CSU General Education 39. a student must HIST 4H World History: Early Modern 3.Honors 3.0 MUS 5B Musicianship . and synthesize the relationships between biological and behavioral functions.GEOG 30H Geography of California .26.0 MUS 5A Musicianship .0 and Sight Singing or In lieu of Music Theory (MUS 2) and Musicianship (MUS 5A).Ear Training 1.0 – Honors History of the United States from 1865 3.42.0 or PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 4.0 Science for Transfer degree is designed to assist students in to the Present seamlessly transferring to a CSU major in Political Science.0 with the foundational knowledge necessary to identify GEOG 30 Geography of California 3.0 from 1865 – Honors Political Theory II 3.0 complete 60 semester units that are eligible for trans.0 California State and Local Government 3.0 Political Science for Transfer degree will provide students GEOG 5 World Regional Geography 3. to compare and contrast the major theoretical per.Honors 3.0 List A select three: (9-10 units) MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 MUS 6A Musicianship . SAC Singers 1. The goals of this degree are to prepare students to identify research and statistical methods appropriate to psychology.0 breadth and a major of at least 18 units.0 Introduction to Psychology 3.Ancient to Modern 3. 0. and synthesize the analysis of HIST 1 History of the United States 3.Diatonic 3.5 MUS 31 Concert Choir 1.5 .0 .0 List B select two courses from the following or any course not selected in List A: (6 units) ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology 3.19. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.0 BUSC 1A Principles of Economics 3.2. The degree requires four semesters of theory.5 MUS 34 Women’s Vocal Ensemble 2.0 and Performance Choir Total Units for Major 23.0 Latino Politics in the United States 3.0 CSU General Education 39.Honors 3.0 institutions and individuals. a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible 2013-14 Mt. Students will acquire the foundational knowledge necessary to pursue post-secondary degrees in psychology and a variety of specialization in the field.0 MUS 46 Mt. Students must or HIST 7H HIST 8 HIST 8H POLI 7 POLI 10 POLI 25 POLI 30 POLI 35 PSYC 1A PSYC 1AH SOC 1 SOC 1H History of the United States to 1877 3. or To earn an associate degree for transfer.0 or History of the United States 3.Chromatic II 1.0 units each (5-8 units) MUS 27 Chamber Music 1.5 MUS 47 Jazz Ensemble 2. variable 1.Diatonic 1.0 Sociology 3. including composition.0 MUS 39 Laboratory Band 2.Catalog Cover Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree Bookmarks Contents Associate in Arts in Music for Transfer Arts Division Degree A0347 Music is a broad-based academic discipline with foundational coursework in theory and performance. four semesters of applied music (lessons).0 .5 Ensemble: 6 units or 4 semesters.Chromatic I 3.0 POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations 3.0 POLI 2 Comparative Politics 3.0 MUS 3A Harmony .0 .Chromatic II 3.0 Degree A0345 – Macroeconomics . Degree Total 60.0 ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3. San Antonio College Catalog .0 or Sociology . to the Present – Honors fer to a CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE HIST 7 History of the United States to 187 3. students may substitute Fundamentals of Music (MUS 7): MUS 7 Fundamentals of Music 3. and four semesters of musical ensemble to provide the skills necessary for transferring to a 4-year institution to pursue a degree in music. it is expected that these skills will be used to demonstrate musical sensitivity and creativity as a soloist or in the context of a musical ensemble.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 research and statistical methods appropriate to political or science. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.0 spectives in political science.

Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Programs of Study Leading to an Associate Degree for transfer to CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units. the student will have demonstrated understanding of differential and integral calculus of one and several variables including infinite series. Students earning an Associate in Arts in Theater for Transfer degree will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.0 or MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 .0 or CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development 3. as well as demonstrating knowledge of linear algebra and differential equations. Degree Total 60.Honors 3.Honors or ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing 4.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC. In each course.0 or PSYC 1B Biological Psychology 3.0 Total Units for Major 22.0 Associate in Arts in Theater Arts for Transfer Arts Division Degree A0346 The Associate in Arts in Theater Arts for Transfer develops confidence.0 PSYC 3 Research Methods/Psych 4. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements. To earn an Associate in Arts in Theater.0 and Lifespan Development. The degree is intended to help the student make an uninterrupted transition to a C.0 or PHIL 3H Logic in Practice . any student who completes the AA-T in Theater Arts will be prepared to pursue an emphasis in acting. technical theater.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5.0 or BIOL 13 Human Repro Devel Aging 3.0 .0 or SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 in all major requirements to receive an Associate in Arts in Theater for Transfer degree and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 Total Units for Major 19.5 units) THTR 12 Principles of Acting II 3. vector analysis. Required Courses: Core Courses: (9 units) THTR 9 Introduction to Theater Arts 3. The program emphasizes self-reliance and creative problem solving along with personal artistic development.0 or CHLD 10H Child Growth 3.0 .0 or PHIL 3 Logic in Practice 3.0 or IGETC Pattern Courses may be double-counted with either CSU-GE or IGETC.0 List A: Select three courses (9 . improves communication skills and provides experiences to work in a collaborative endeavor.0 PHYS 4A Engineering Physics 5.0 or SOC 15 Child Development 3.0 MATH 120 Finite Mathematics 3.0 or PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality 3.0 THTR 14 Stagecraft 3.0 or PHIL 9 Critical Analysis and Writing 3. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2. Students earning an associate degree for transfer will not be required to complete any other local graduation requirements.S.0 Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer Natural Sciences Division Degree S0333 Upon successful completion of Mt. Degree Total 60.42.0 or PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology . To earn an Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units.0 or THTR 10 History of Theater Arts 3. Required Courses: Core Courses: (14 units) MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4.Honors 3. however. The degree has been designed to assist students who wish to obtain a baccalaureate in Theater.5 or more units) CSCI 140 C++ Language 4. partial derivatives and transcendental functions.42.9.42.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework to receive an associate degree for transfer and all courses in the major must be completed with a C or better.0 THTR 15 Play Rehearsal and Performance 1.0 THTR 15 Play Rehearsal and Performance 1.0 or SOC 1H Sociology . Degree Total 60. This coursework will satisfy the lower division mathematics requirements at the California State University.0 List B: Select one course from the following or any course not selected from List A: (3 or more units) PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3.5 THTR 18 Technical Theater Practicum 1.18.0 .0 CSU General Education 39.0 and Differential Equations List B select one: (3 . Guaranteed admission with junior status to the CSU system will be granted in mathematics (or possibly statistics).0 List C: Select one course from the following or any course not selected from List A or List B: (3 or more units) PSYC 5 Psychology of Reasoning 3.0 THTR 16 Theatrical Make-Up 2. playwriting or general theater. The degree allows students the flexibility to pursue a particular area of interest.0 List A select one: (3-4 Units) BIOL 1 General Biology 4. design.0 Total Units for Major 18.0 and Problem Solving or PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3.0 PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Section 8 101 .0 THTR 19 Theatrical Costuming 3.0 .0 or PHIL 8 Critical Thinking 3. Required Courses: Core Courses: (10-11 Units) PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.0 or PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology 3.0 and Object Development MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 or PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3.0 THTR 11 Principles of Acting I 3.0 List A: (5 units) MATH 285 Linear Algebra 5.U.Honors 4. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women 3.0 PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 4.0 or MATH 110H Elementary Statistics .0 CSU General Education 39.24.3. students learn to perfect the skills needed for the discipline of theater while learning to work cooperatively with others in theater-related disciplines.0 MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5.Honors 3.0 or PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living 3. San Antonio College’s Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer degree requirements.0 or MATH 110H Elementary Statistics .0 .Honors 3.3.Honors 3. a student must complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the CSU that consist of: IGETC pattern or CSU GE breadth and a major of at least 18 units.0 .0 or ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing .5 CSU General Education 39.

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it is not an exact list of every major available. especially for high unit majors. If you are undecided about which major is right for you. All of the CSU and UC catalogs are available in the Career and Transfer Center for your use. such as business administration. Although a serious attempt was made to make this list a comprehensive one. Ext. to complement or supplement. UNIVERSITY TRANSFER MAJOR OPTIONS (CONTINUED) TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES PHYSICAL SCIENCES Astrophysics Atmospheric Sciences Chemistry Earth Science Geophysics Geology Oceanography Physical Geography Physical Sciences Physics Soil/Water Sciences MATH Applied Arts Architecture Art Design Graphic Arts Industrial Design Interior Design Landscape Engineering & Computer Science COMPUTER SCIENCE/ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY TRANSFER MAJOR OPTIONS Liberal Arts Art Art History Classics Comparative Cultures Creative Studies Drama/Theater Arts English and Literature Foreign Languages and Literatures Humanities Liberal Studies Linguistics Medieval Studies Museum Studies Music Musicology Philosophy Religious Studies Renaissance Studies Rhetoric Social Sciences Anthropology Behavioral Sciences Child Development Cultural Geography Economics Ethnic and Area Studies Asian Studies Chicana/Chicano Studies Comparative Cultures European Studies Latin American Studies Middle Eastern Studies Native American Studies Third World Studies History Human Development Law and Society Legal Studies Peace and Conflict Studies Political Science Psychology Social Ecology Sociology Urban Studies Women’s Studies Natural Sciences & Math LIFE SCIENCES Biological Sciences Animal Physiology Biochemistry Biomedical Sciences Botany Ecology Environmental Biology Genetics Integrative Biology Marine Biology Microbiology Molecular Biology Zoology Health Sciences Mathematics Statistics Quantitative Methods Agriculture/Natural Resources/Environment Agricultural Management Agriculture Animal Science Bio-resources Conservation Entomology Environmental Biology/ Toxicology Fisheries Environmental Science/Studies Food Science Forestry Natural Resources Management Park Management Petroleum Studies Plant Biology Soil Sciences Wildlife Management Aeronautics Bio-engineering Chemical Civil Electrical/Electronic Environmental Food Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science Mechanical Nuclear Petroleum Business Accounting Finance Human Resources Management Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Communication Advertising Communication Studies Film Studies Journalism Mass Communication Motion Picture – Television Photography Photo – Journalism Public – Relations Radio – Television Services Services Communicative Disorders Counseling Criminal Justice Deaf Studies Dental Hygiene (UCSF) Fire Protection Administration Government/Public Service Health Care Management Human Services Liberal Studies Library Science Medical Lab Technology Nursing Nutrition Occupational Therapy Physical Education Public Health Radiologic Technology Recreation Administration Rehabilitation Social Work Section 9 103 . please visit the Counseling Center. To find out exactly what major is available at any particular university. San Antonio College offers lower division transfer courses to meet the requirements for most baccalaureate majors offered by accredited colleges and universities in the United States. Listed below are majors that may be offered at various campuses of the California State University (CSU) and/or the University of California (UC). Students should develop an educational plan by the end of their second semester. especially to a UC campus. Students with declared majors are encouraged to consult with an educational advisor or a counselor in the Counseling Center. Students who are preparing to transfer. a major course of study. math or engineering. It is advised that the student visit the Counseling Center in advance of the next registration period. may not be in a student’s best interest. natural sciences. 4380. please make an appointment with a counselor in the Counseling Center. Completing only general education courses. Students who are undecided are encouraged to see a counselor or enroll in COUN 5 – Career/Life Planning. Additional coursework may be completed as elective courses. are strongly encouraged to balance their studies by taking both general education courses and lower division (freshman/sophomore) major courses.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Transferring to California Colleges and Universities PROGRAMS OF STUDY LEADING TO TRANSFER Mt. Students should meet with a counselor or an educational advisor in the Student Services Center for information about transfer courses in their major.

00 or better (2. Contact your campus of choice to determine whether there are admission limits on the number of lower-division transfer students. i. n Are in good standing at the last college or university attended. San Antonio College Catalog . Students who completed college units before they graduated from high school or during the summer between high school graduation and CSU enrollment are considered first-time freshmen and must meet those admission requirements. oral communication.. California residents may be eligible for CSU admission with fewer than 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) if they: n Have a college grade point average of 2. are eligible to re-enroll. n Meet the eligibility index required of a freshman.40 for non-California residents) in all transferable college units attempted.Catalog Cover Transferring to California Colleges and Universities Bookmarks Contents THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY Lower Division Transfer Admission Requirements Some campuses restrict enrollment of lower-division transfer students. Upper Division Transfer Admission Requirements Students are eligible for admission with 60 or more transferable semester units (90 quarter units) if they: n Have a college grade point average of 2. Some campuses do not admit lower-division transfer students. i. and critical thinking) and at least one course of at least 3 semester units (4 quarter units) required in college-level mathematics. Some campuses may require lower-division transfer students to have completed English composition and general education mathematics prior to transfer. you are eligible to re-enroll. TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 104 2013-14 Mt. n Have completed or will complete prior to transfer at least 30 semester units (45 quarter units) of courses equivalent to general education requirements with a grade of “C” or better.e. n Are in good standing at the last college or university attended.00 or better in all transferable college units attempted.e. n Meet the admission requirements for a first-time freshman or have successfully completed necessary courses to make up the deficiencies you had in high school if you did not complete the 15-unit pattern of college preparatory subjects. The 30 units must include all of the general education requirements in communication in the English language (English composition.

Courses are approved for taken to meet General Education-Breadth Requirements will be honored if they are on the list during the year taken. Acceptable completed with a minimum grade of “C.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Transferring to California Colleges and Universities CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 2013-14 TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES The requirements listed below are for the 2013-2014 academic year and are based upon information available at the time of catalog publication. B-1: Physical Science – Select at least one course from the following list: ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy ASTR 5H + ASTR 5L ASTR 7 ASTR 8 + CHEM 10 + CHEM 20 + CHEM 40 + CHEM 50 + CHEM 50H + CHEM 51 GEOG 1 GEOG 1H + GEOG 1L + GEOG 1LH + GEOL 1 GEOL 7 GEOL 8 GEOL 8H + GEOL 8L GEOL 9 GEOL 10 METO 3 + METO 3L OCEA 10 OCEA 10H + OCEA 10L + PHSC 3 PHSC 7 + PHSC 7L + PHYS 1 Introduction to Astronomy – Honors Astronomical Observing Laboratory Geology of the Solar System Introduction to Stars. B-4: Mathematics Select at least one course from the following list: BUSC 17 Applied Business Statistics MATH 100 Survey of College Mathematics MATH 110 Elementary Statistics MATH 110H Elementary Statistics – Honors MATH 115 Statway 11 MATH 120 Finite Mathematics MATH 130 College Algebra MATH 140 Calculus for Business MATH 150 Trigonometry MATH 160 Precalculus Mathematics MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 285 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Area C Arts. one lab (+) course must be included in one of the science groups. Lab must be a corresponding section to the lecture course taken. come to the Counseling Center located in Student Services. Area A The English Language and Critical Thinking (9 units) Select one course from each group: A-1: Oral Communication: SPCH 1A Public Speaking SPCH 1AH Public Speaking – Honors SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication SPCH 8 Professional and Organizational Speaking SPCH 8H Professional and Organizational Speaking – Honors A-2: Written Communication: ENGL 1A Freshman Composition ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition – Honors A-3: Critical Thinking: ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing – Honors PHIL 3 Logic in Practice PHIL 3H Logic in Practice – Honors PHIL 8 Critical Thinking PHIL 9 Critical Analysis and Writing PSYC 5 Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving SPCH 1B Intermediate Public Speaking SPCH 20 Argumentation and Debate SPCH 20H Argumentation and Debate – Honors Area B The Physical Universe & Life (9 units minimum): Select one course from each group. with at least one course from “Arts” and one course from “Humanities”: C-1: Arts AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts. Students may obtain a copy from the Counseling Center. Philosophy and Foreign Languages (9 units) Select three courses.” Students who have attended other colleges are urged to consult courses are grouped in five areas. Area A and Mathematics must be of 39 units may be certified by community colleges. Forty-eight units of general education are required to graduate from campuses of the CSU system. or ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts AHIS 3 History of Women and Gender in Art AHIS 3H History of Women and Gender in Art – Honors AHIS 4 History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic AHIS 4H History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic – Honors AHIS 5 History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern Section 9 105 . Students may contact the Counseling Center for most current information at (909) 274-4293. nine units must be taken at the upper division level. A through E. upper level. For The following program is structured so that a student who completes the program will be assured of the most recent version of the CSU GE. The list of certifiable courses will be subject to change year by year. Galaxies and the Universe Chemistry for Allied Health Majors Introductory Organic and Biochemistry Introduction to General Chemistry General Chemistry I General Chemistry I – Honors General Chemistry II Elements of Physical Geography Elements of Physical Geography – Honors Physical Geography Laboratory Physical Geography Laboratory – Honors Physical Geology Geology of California Earth Science Earth Science – Honors Earth Science Laboratory Environmental Geology Natural Disasters Weather and the Atmospheric Environment Weather and Atmospheric Environment Laboratory Introduction to Oceanography Introduction to Oceanography – Honors Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory Energy Science Physical Science Physical Science Laboratory Physics + PHYS 2AG General Physics + PHYS 2BG General Physics + PHYS 4A Engineering Physics + PHYS 4B Engineering Physics + PHYS 4C Engineering Physics B-2: Life Science Select at least one course from the following list: AGOR 1 Horticultural Science + ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy + ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology + ANAT 35 Human Anatomy + ANAT 36 Human Physiology ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology ANTH 1H Biological Anthropology – Honors + ANTH 1L Biological Anthropology Laboratory + BIOL 1 General Biology + BIOL 2 Plant and Animal Biology + BIOL 3 Ecology and Field Biology + BIOL 4 Biology for Majors + BIOL 4H Biology for Majors – Honors BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment + BIOL 6L Humans and the Environment Laboratory + BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology BIOL 17 Neurobiology and Behavior BIOL 20 Marine Biology + BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics + BIOL 34L Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory + MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology + MICR 22 Microbiology PSYC 1B Biological Psychology B-3: Lab Science This requirement is met by taking ONE of the courses above indicated by a “+” sign. collectively. Literature. A maximum of 30 units may be certified from Areas B through D with a counselor or educational advisor for advice on satisfying General Education-Breadth Requirements. the academic year in which they were completed. A maximum properly meeting the General Education-Breadth Requirements of CSU. Also. but students are assured that courses Students beginning Fall 2013 must follow 2013-2014 CSU GE–Breadth requirements.

Land Use and Politics – A Global Perspective AGFR 20 Conservation of Natural Resources BUSC 1A Principles of Economics – Macroeconomics BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics – Macroeconomics – Honors 2013-14 Mt.1877 * HIST 31 History of the African American * HIST 35 History of Africa * HIST 36 Women in American History * HIST 39 California History * HIST 40 History of the Mexican American HUMA 1 The Humanities ITAL 1 Elementary Italian ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian ITAL 60 Italian Culture Through Cinema JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese JAPN 4 Continuing Intermediate Japanese JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese LATN 1 Elementary Latin LATN 2 Continuing Elementary Latin LIT 1 Early American Literature LIT 2 Modern American Literature LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature LIT 6A Survey of English Literature LIT 6B Survey of English Literature LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 LIT 14 Introduction to Modern Poetry LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema LIT 20 African American Literature LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American Lit LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology LIT 40 Children’s Literature LIT 46 The Bible as Literature: Old Testament LIT 47 The Bible as Literature: New Testament PHIL 5 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 5H Introduction to Philosophy – Honors PHIL 12 Ethics PHIL 12H Ethics – Honors PHIL 15 Major World Religions PHIL 15H Major World Religions – Honors PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20AH History of Western Philosophy – Honors PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20BH History of Western Philosophy – Honors * POLI 5 Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern * POLI 7 Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary SIGN 101 SIGN 102 SIGN 103 SIGN 104 SIGN 202 SPAN 1 SPAN 2 SPAN 3 SPAN 4 SPAN 11 SPAN 12 American Sign Language 1 American Sign Language 2 American Sign Language 3 American Sign Language 4 American Deaf Culture Elementary Spanish Continuing Elementary Spanish Intermediate Spanish Continuing Intermediate Spanish Spanish for the Spanish Speaking Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking Area D Social. Family.Catalog Cover Transferring to California Colleges and Universities TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 2013-14 Bookmarks Contents AHIS 5H AHIS 6 AHIS 6H AHIS 8 AHIS 9 AHIS 10 AHIS 11 AHIS 12 AHIS 12H AHIS 14 AHIS 15 ARCH 31 ARCH 32 ARTB 14 ARTD 15A ARTD 20 ARTD 25A ARTG 20 ARTS 22 ARTS 30A ARTS 40A DN-T 20 ID 14 MUS 7 MUS 11A MUS 11B MUS 12 MUS 13 MUS 13H MUS 14A MUS 14B MUS 15 PHOT 15 SPCH 4 THTR 9 THTR 10 THTR 11 106 History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern – Honors History of Modern Art History of Modern Art – Honors History of Medieval Art and Architecture History of Asian Art and Architecture A History of Greek and Roman Art and Architecture History of African. San Antonio College Catalog . School and Community SOC 1 Sociology SOC 1H Sociology – Honors SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 2H Contemporary Social Problems – Honors SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology – Honors SOC 14 Marriage and the Family SOC 14H Marriage and the Family – Honors * SOC 15 Child Development * SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations * SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations – Honors D-1: Anthropology & Archeology ANTH 3 Archeology ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology ANTH 30 The Native American D-2: Economics AGAG 1 Food Production. Political. Artists and Society Design: Three-Dimensional Ceramics: Beginning I Sculpture: Beginning History and Appreciation of Dance History of Furniture and Decorative Arts Fundamentals of Music Music Literature Survey Music Literature Survey History of Jazz Introduction to Music Appreciation Introduction to Music Appreciation – Honors World Music American Folk Music Rock Music History and Appreciation History of Photography Performance of Literature Introduction to Theatre Arts History of Theatre Arts Principles of Acting I C-2: Humanities ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese ENGL 1B English – Introduction to Literary Types ENGL 1BH English – Introduction to Literary Types – Honors FRCH 1 Elementary French FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French FRCH 3 Intermediate French FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French FRCH 5 Advanced French FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French FRCH 60 French Culture Through Cinema GERM 1 Elementary German GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German GERM 3 Intermediate German * HIST 1 History of the United States * HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern * HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern – Honors * HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present * HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to the Present – Honors * HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 * HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 – Honors * HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 * HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865– Honors * HIST 10 History of Premodern Asia * HIST 11 History of Modern Asia * HIST 19 History of Mexico * HIST 30 History of the African American 1619 . Historical Background Required Courses: Minimum 9 units with courses from at least two disciplines (D0 – D9): D-0: Sociology & Criminology CHLD 1 Child. Oceanic and Native American Art History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture – Honors Rome: The Ancient City Culture and Art of Pompeii World Architecture I World Architecture II Basic Studio Arts Drawing: Beginning Design: Two-Dimensional Beginning Painting I Art. and Economic Institutions and Behavior.

4. If a course was completed prior to approval. Students are advised to consult with a counselor or advisor to determine if courses can be double counted. Development and Aging BIOL 15 Human Sexuality BIOL 15H Human Sexuality – Honors BIOL 24 Introduction to Public Health * CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development * CHLD 10H Child Growth and Lifespan Development – Honors * CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development COUN 5 Career/Life Planning FCS 41 Life Management KIN 34 Fitness for Living LEAD 55 Exploring Leadership NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition – Honors NF 28 Cultural and Ethnic Foods * PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology * PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology * PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living * SOC  15 Child Development * SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication * SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication – Honors Area E Notes 1. and Mass Media Images * POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States * POLI 35 African American Politics * SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations * SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations – Honors D-4: Gender Studies * HIST 36 Women in American History * PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women D-5: Geography GEOG 2 Human Geography GEOG 2H Human Geography – Honors GEOG 5 World Regional Geography GEOG 8 The Urban World GEOG 30 Geography of California GEOG 30H Geography of California – Honors D-6: History * HIST 1 History of the United States * HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern * HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern – Honors * HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present * HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to the Present – Honors * HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 * HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 – Honors * HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 * HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 – Honors * HIST 10 History of Premodern Asia * HIST 11 History of Modern Asia * HIST 19 History of Mexico * HIST 30 History of the African American 1619 . it cannot be certified for CSU General Education–Breadth requirements. Some majors at CSU do not allow double counting of major preparation courses and general education requirements. Culture. Area A (9) semester units and Mathematics (3) semester units must be completed with grades of “C” or better. Section 9 107 .S. Students planning to transfer are advised to plan their schedules carefully in order to maintain progress. and Legal Institutions POLI 1 Political Science POLI 1H Political Science – Honors POLI 2 Comparative Politics * POLI 5 Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern * POLI 7 Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations POLI 10 Environmental Politics POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States POLI 35 African American Politics D-9: Psychology PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors * PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology * PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology * PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women Lifelong Understanding & Self Development (3 units) Select at least one course. even if a course is listed in more than one area.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Transferring to California Colleges and Universities CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 2013-14 TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BUSC 1B Principles of Economics – Microeconomics BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics – Microeconomics – Honors JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Media D-3: Ethnic Studies * HIST 30 History of the African American 1619 . HISTORY GRADUATION REQUIREMENT: Option 1: HIST 7 (or 7H) + HIST 8 (or 8H) If Option #1 is selected. Within those 30 units. CSULA transfer students are advised to complete ENGL 1C or ENGL 1CH as part of the Area A requirements. Government. DO NOT select another D6 course as your third Area D course. Treatment and Recovery BIOL 5 Contemporary Health Issues BIOL 13 Human Reproduction. 3. Some majors require specific general education courses. CSU AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS & U. History plus one course from American Institutions: United States History: American Institutions: HIST 1 HIST 7H HIST 8H HIST 31 HIST 40 POLI 1 POLI 25 HIST 7 HIST 8 HIST 30 HIST 36 POLI 1H POLI 35 The two courses from Option 1 or Option 2 may be used as part of the 9 units for AREA D. Sex. Option 2: Completion of one course from U. will need to have at least 30 semester units of general education. 2. Upper division transfer students (60-70 semester baccalaureate units). 5. AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention.1877 * HIST 31 History of the African American * HIST 40 History of the Mexican American * HIST 44 History of Native Americans JOUR 107 Race. Courses on this list have been approved by the CSU Office of the Chancellor for Fall 2013 and beyond. CSULA requires completion of ENGL 102 (ENGL 1C or 1CH) as a prerequisite to UNIV 400 (Writing Proficiency Examination). * Courses may not be double counted to satisfy more than one area.1877 * HIST 31 History of the African American * HIST 35 History of Africa * HIST 36 Women in American History * HIST 39 California History * HIST 40 History of the Mexican American * HIST 44 History of Native Americans D-7: Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science * CHLD 10 Child Growth and Lifespan Development * CHLD 10H Child Growth and Lifespan Development – Honors * CHLD 11 Child and Adolescent Development SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication – Honors * SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication * SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication – Honors SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies D-8: Political Science.S.

108 2013-14 Mt. San Antonio College Catalog TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES . No more than 14 semester units may be taken pass/no pass. If you met the Scholarship Requirement in high school but did not satisfy the Subject Requirement. and Examination Requirements. the social and behavioral sciences. at the time you graduated from high school. In all cases. 2. as described below. you must: A. The path you use depends on the degree to which you satisfied UC’s minimum eligibility requirements for freshmen.0 GPA in all transferable coursework to be eligible to transfer. and n four transferable college courses (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units each) chosen from at least two of the following subject areas: the arts and humanities. earning a grade of “C” or better in each course: n two transferable college courses (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units each) in English composition. and maintain a 2. earn a “C” or better in each required course.Catalog Cover Transferring to California Colleges and Universities Bookmarks Contents THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UC Minimum Admission Requirements There are several ways to meet the University’s minimum admission requirements for transfer students. Complete 60 semester units (or 90 quarter units) of transferable college credit with at least a 2. If you were eligible for admission to the University when you graduated from high school – meaning you satisfied the Subject. you must take transferable college courses in the missing subjects. Minimum Admission Requirements for California Residents Transferring to UC 1.0 GPA in your transferable coursework. Scholarship.0) grade point average in all transferable coursework. Complete the following course pattern requirement. and n one transferable college course (3 semester or 4-5 quarter units) in mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning. or were identified by the University during your senior year in high school as eligible in the Local Context – you are eligible for transfer if you have a 2. you must have at least a “C” (2. and the physical and biological sciences. contact an educational advisor in the Counseling Center. If you were not eligible for admission to the University when you graduated from high school because you did not meet the Scholarship Requirement. Students who satisfy the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum [IGETC] prior to transferring to UC may satisfy Option 3B of the transfer admission requirements. 3.4 GPA. If you need assistance in determining whether you met the requirements. and B.

) lower-division general education requirements of UC or CSU prior to transfer. or English Communication Select one course from each group: Group A: English Composition ENGL 1A Freshman Composition ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition – Honors Group B: Critical Thinking – Composition ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing – Honors PHIL 9 Critical Analysis and Writing Group C: Oral Communication CSU requirements only SPCH 1A Public Speaking SPCH 1AH Public Speaking – Honors SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication Area 1 Understanding the Visual Arts History of Women and Gender in Art History of Women and Gender in Art – Honors History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic – Honors History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern – Honors History of Modern Art History of Modern Art – Honors History of Medieval Art and Architecture History of Asian Art and Architecture A History of Greek and Roman Art and Architecture History of African. and Native American Art History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture – Honors Rome: The Ancient City Culture and Art of Pompeii World Architecture I World Architecture II History and Appreciation of Dance Music Literature Survey Music Literature Survey History of Jazz Introduction to Music Appreciation Introduction to Music Appreciation – Honors World Music American Folk Music Rock Music History and Appreciation History of Theater Arts Humanities Courses: CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese ENGL 1B English – Introduction to Literary Types ENGL 1BH English – Introduction to Literary Types – Honors FRCH 3 Intermediate French FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French FRCH 5 Advanced French FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French FRCH 60 French Culture Through Cinema GERM 3 Intermediate German HIST 1 History of the United States HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern – Honors HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to the Present – Honors HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 – Honors HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 – Honors HIST 10 History of Premodern Asia HIST 11 History of Modern Asia HIST 19 History of Mexico HIST 30 History of the African American 1619-1877 HIST 31 History of the African American HIST 35 History of Africa HIST 36 Women in American History HIST 39 California History HIST 40 History of the Mexican American HUMA 1 The Humanities ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian ITAL 60 Italian Culture Through Cinema JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese JAPN 4 Continuing Intermediate Japanese JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese LIT 1 Early American Literature LIT 2 Modern American Literature LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature LIT 6A Survey of English Literature LIT 6B Survey of English Literature LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 LIT 14 Introduction to Modern Poetry LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema LIT 20 African American Literature LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American Literature LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology LIT 46 The Bible as Literature: Old Testament LIT 47 The Bible as Literature: New Testament PHIL 5 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 5H Introduction to Philosophy – Honors PHIL 12 Ethics PHIL 12H Ethics – Honors PHIL 15 Major World Religions PHIL 15H Major World Religions – Honors PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20AH History of Western Philosophy – Honors PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20BH History of Western Philosophy – Honors * POLI 5 Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern * POLI 7 Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish Section 9 109 . academic year in which they were completed.e.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Transferring to California Colleges and Universities INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) 2013-14 TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES The requirements listed below are for the 2013-2014 academic year and are based upon information available at the time of catalog publication. (A grade of “C–” is not acceptable. Sciences). Students pursuing majors that require Students beginning Fall 2013 must follow 2013-2014 IGETC requirements. Students may contact the Counseling Center for most current information at (909) 274-4293. at least one course from MUS 14A the Arts group and one course from the Humanities group: MUS 14B MUS 15 Arts Courses: THTR 10 AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts. ARTB 1 AHIS 3 AHIS 3H AHIS 4 AHIS 4H AHIS 5 AHIS 5H AHIS 6 AHIS 6H AHIS 8 AHIS 9 AHIS 10 Area 2 AHIS 11 Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning AHIS 12 Select one course from: MATH 110 Elementary Statistics AHIS 12H MATH 110H Elementary Statistics – Honors MATH 120 Finite Mathematics AHIS 14 MATH 130 College Algebra AHIS 15 MATH 140 Calculus for Business ARCH 31 MATH 160 Precalculus Mathematics ARCH 32 MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry DN-T 20 MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MUS 11A MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 285 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations MUS 11B MUS 12 PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences MUS 13 Area 3 MUS 13H Arts and Humanities Select three courses minimum. Oceanic. Mt. Engineering. SAC to a campus in either the University of The requirements listed below must be completed in their entirety for full certification to the UC and CSU. the campus of last attendance prior to transfer to division general education courses to satisfy university general education requirements. nor is it the only way to fulfill the of the originating campus. after transfer. A minimum grade of “C” is required in each course. Courses are approved for the extensive lower-division preparation may not find the IGETC option to be advantageous (i. For California (UC) system or California State University (CSU) without the need. It should be noted that UC or CSU will certify the coursework. to take additional lowerstudents who have completed coursework at multiple campuses. Students may obtain a copy from the Counseling Center. SAC will certify coursework from other campuses according to the IGETC list completion of the IGETC is not an admission requirement for transfer to UC or CSU. Completion of the IGETC will permit a student to transfer from Mt.

For IGETC certification. Option 1: HIST 7 (or 7H) + HIST 8 (or 8H) If Option #1 is selected. Students may review the UC Transfer Course Agreement (TCA) with an educational advisor or counselor in the Student Services Center. and the Universe CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM 50 General Chemistry I CHEM 50H General Chemistry I – Honors CHEM 51 General Chemistry II GEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography GEOG 1H Elements of Physical Geography – Honors GEOG 1L Physical Geography Laboratory GEOG 1LH Physical Geography Laboratory – Honors GEOL 1 Physical Geology GEOL 8 Earth Science GEOL 8H Earth Science – Honors GEOL 8L Earth Science Laboratory GEOL 9 Environmental Geology METO 3 Weather and Atmospheric Environment METO 3L Weather and Atmospheric Environment Laboratory OCEA 10 Introduction to Oceanography OCEA 10H Introduction to Oceanography – Honors OCEA 10L Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory PHSC 3 Energy Science PHYS 1 Physics PHYS 2AG General Physics PHYS 2BG General Physics PHYS 4A Engineering Physics PHYS 4B Engineering Physics PHYS 4C Engineering Physics Biological Science: ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology Area 5 ANAT 35 ANAT 36 ANTH 1 ANTH 1H ANTH 1L BIOL 1 BIOL 2 BIOL 3 BIOL 4 BIOL 4H Human Anatomy Human Physiology Biological Anthropology Biological Anthropology – Honors Biological Anthropology Laboratory General Biology Plant and Animal Biology Ecology and Field Biology Biology for Majors Biology for Majors – Honors BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment BIOL 6L Humans and the Environment Laboratory BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology BIOL 20 Marine Biology BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory BIOL 34 Fundamentals of Genetics BIOL 34L Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology MICR 22 Microbiology PSYC 1B Biological Psychology UC REQUIREMENT ONLY Language other than English: The minimum proficiency required is met by completing one of the courses listed below or by completion of two years of high school study in the same language. United States History: HIST 1 History of the United States HIST 36 Women in American History HIST 7 History of the United States to 1877 HIST 40 History of the Mexican American HIST 7H History of the United States to 1877 American Institutions: – Honors POLI 1 Political Science HIST 8 History of the United States from 1865 POLI 1H Political Science – Honors HIST 8H History of the United States from 1865 POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States – Honors POLI 35 African American Politics HIST 30 History of the African American 1619-1877 HIST 31 History of the African American Notes: UC limits transfer credit for some courses. History plus one course from American Institutions. CONSTITUTION. history or government course.S.Catalog Cover Transferring to California Colleges and Universities TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) 2013-14 Bookmarks Contents Social and Behavioral Sciences Select three courses total from a minimum of two different subject areas: ANTH 3 Archaeology ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology. DO NOT select another D6 course as your third Area D course. AND AMERICAN IDEALS: Note: UCSB requires a college-level U. See the categories below under United States History and American Institutions. 110 2013-14 Mt. one physical and one biological science. Physical Science: ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy – Honors ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory ASTR 7 Geology of the Solar System ASTR 8 Introduction to Stars. Galaxies.S.S. at least one must include a laboratory. Students must see an educational advisor or counselor for preliminary IGETC certification. Laboratory must be a corresponding section to the lecture course taken. the course must be on the list during the year taken. Laboratory courses are underlined. HISTORY. Students from non-English speaking countries should see an educational advisor or international student counselor for language proficiency equivalences. or Option 2: Completion of one course from U. ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese LATN 1 Elementary Latin FRCH 1 Elementary French SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 GERM 1 Elementary German SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish ITAL 1 Elementary Italian SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking CSU GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS ONLY IN U. or ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology BUSC 1A Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics – Honors BUSC 1B Principles of Economics: Microeconomics BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics: Microeconomics – Honors GEOG 2 Human Geography GEOG 2H Human Geography – Honors GEOG 8 The Urban World GEOG 30 Geography of California GEOG 30H Geography of California – Honors HIST 44 History of Native Americans POLI 1 Political Science POLI 1H Political Science – Honors * POLI 5 Political Theory I – Ancient to Modern * POLI 7 Political Theory II – Early Modern to Contemporary POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations POLI 10 Environmental Politics POLI 25 Latino Politics in the United States POLI 35 African American Politics PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology – Honors PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women SOC 1 Contemporary Social Problems SOC 1H Contemporary Social Problems – Honors SOC 2 Sociology SOC 2H Sociology – Honors SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology – Honors SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations – Honors SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication – Honors SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication – Honors SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies Area 4 Physical and Biological Sciences Choose two courses. 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  Financial aid may be a primary factor in making it possible for a   student to attend an independent college or university. Financial aid applications are available   in January for the following academic year and may be obtained from a   campus financial aid office. There are many   forms of financial assistance available. including courses taken at other colleges. Contact the individual campuses for details and assistance in   completing the necessary forms. Filing instructions and deadlines are indicated   on the form. state. Each California community college offers a complete set of courses that satisfies IGETC. loans. You may also obtain information from the aiccu.   Admission requirements vary and are listed in the catalogs of the   various universities and colleges. that all undergraduates who are California   residents apply for a Cal Grant. Students should apply for scholarships. See your counselor/educational advisor for advice and more complete information on the IGETC certification. All independent colleges   urge.edu. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • California Institute of the Arts California Lutheran University Chapman University California Institute of Integral Studies The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Claremont Graduate University Claremont McKenna College Claremont University Consortium Cogswell Polytechnical College Concordia University DeVRY Institute of Technology Dominican University of California Drexel University Center for Graduate Studies Fielding Graduate University Fresno Pacific University Golden Gate University Harvey Mudd College Holy Names College Hope International University Humphreys College Keck Graduate Institute La Sierra University Laguna College of Art and Design Loma Linda University Loyola Marymount University Marymount College The Master’s College Menlo College Mills College Mount St. Mary’s College National University Notre Dame de Namur University Occidental College Otis College of Art and Design Pacific Oaks College Pacific Union College Palo Alto University Patten College Pepperdine University Phillips Graduate Institute Pitzer College Point Loma Nazarene University Pomona College Saint Mary’s College of California                                                 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Samuel Merritt College San Diego Christian College San Francisco Conservatory of Music Santa Clara University Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center Scripps College Simpson University Soka University of America Southern California University of Health Sciences Stanford University Thomas Aquinas College Touro University University of La Verne University of Redlands University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of the Pacific Vanguard University of Southern California Western University of Health Sciences Westmont College Whittier College William Jessup University Woodbury University TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES For more information on California Independent Colleges and Universities see an educational advisor or counselor in the Counseling Center. and some require. institutional. graduate. and professional levels for   students planning to continue their education beyond the community   college. grants. If you attend more than one community college. the campus you attend just prior to transfer will certify your completion of IGETC.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Transferring to California Colleges and Universities                           CALIFORNIA INDEPENDENT   COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES   California’s fully-accredited independent colleges and universities provide   many options at the undergraduate.   and private aid. Section 9 111 . such as federal.     The independent colleges and universities include:     • Alliant International University     • American Academy of Dramatic Arts Los Angeles     • American Jewish University     • Antioch University Los Angeles     • Art Center College of Design     • Azusa Pacific University     • Biola University     • Brandman University     • California Baptist University     • California College of the Arts     • California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech) INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) CERTIFICATION The IGETC provides a pattern of courses that fulfills the transfer general education requirements at both the University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU). The IGETC pattern is not recommended for all majors. and   work-study awards from all possible sources.

Music and Physics. and only four units of credit may be applied to a certification in GE Breadth. those credits may only apply to B1+B3.7 semester 8 quarter / 5.3 semester 4 quarter / 2. 4. 8.3 semester 8 quarter / 5.3 semester 4 quarter / 2.7 semester 4 quarter / 2.3 semester 8 quarter / 5.Catalog Cover Transferring to California Colleges and Universities Bookmarks Contents Advanced Placement Examinations in CSU/UC General Education – Breadth Certification Advanced Placement examinations may be incorporated into certification of completion of CSU/UC General Education–Breadth requirements by any participating institution. Mathematics.3 semester 4 quarter / 2. only one examination may be applied to the baccalaureate. Tests prior to Fall 2009 may apply 6 units to area B1+B3 of GE Breadth.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. San Antonio College Catalog . Tests prior to Fall 2009 may apply 4 units to area B1+B3 of GE Breadth. 3 semester (Area C2 or D6 and US 1) History — World 3 semester (Area C2 or D6) Human Geography 3 semester (Area D5) Italian Language & Culture6 3 semester (Area C2) Japanese Language & Culture 3 semester (Area C2) Latin — Vergil 3 semester (Area C2) Latin — Literature5 3 semester (Area C2) Music Theory5. Tests prior to Fall 2009 may apply 6 units to area C2 of GE Breadth.3 semester 8 quarter / 5.7 semester 8 quarter / 5.7 semester 4 quarter / 2.S. English.7 semester 8 quarter / 5.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. a maximum of 8 quarter units are allowed in each of the following areas: Art (Studio). 3) Students who pass AP Environmental Science earn 4 units of credit. 7) If a student passes more than one AP exam in physics. 8 N/A Computer Science AB1. Students must have scored 3. CSU GE Breadth Units Art History 3 semester (Area C1 or C2) Art (Studio)8 N/A Biology 4 semester (Area B2 and B3) Calculus AB1. 9 3 semester (Area B4) Chemistry2 4 semester (Area B1 and B3) Chinese Language & Culture 3 semester (Area C2) Computer Science A1. See the table for specific AP Subjects. The CSU/UC campus to which the student is transferring determines the total number of units awarded for successful completion of an Advanced Placement examination and the applicability of the examination to other graduation requirements. 8.3 semester 4 quarter / 2. or 5 on an Advanced Placement examination listed on the table to receive the credit indicated.7 semester 4 quarter / 2. German Language.7 semester 8 quarter / 5. 5) Students seeking certification in GE Breadth prior to transfer must have passed the test before Fall 2009.7 semester 112 2013-14 Mt.3 semester 4 quarter / 2. 8 4 semester (Area B1 and B3) Physics C — Mechanics7.7 semester 4 quarter / 2. Spanish Language. Tests after Fall 2009 may apply 3 units to area C2. TRANSFERRING TO CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES COLLEGE CREDIT FOR ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) TESTS Exam 1) If a student passes more than one AP exam in calculus or computer science.7 semester 8 quarter / 5. 4) Students who pass AP French Language. individual CSU/UC campuses may choose to accept more units than those specified towards completion of General Education– Breadth requirements. Tests after Fall of 2009 may apply 6 units to area B1+B3.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. 2) Students who pass AP Chemistry earn 6 units of credit.3 semester 4 quarter / 2.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. 8 4 semester (Area B1 and B3) Psychology 3 semester (Area D9) Spanish Language4 3 semester (Area C2) Spanish Literature4 3 semester (Area C2) Statistics 3 semester (Area B4) CSU Units 6 semester 3 semester 6 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 6 semester 3 semester 6 semester 3 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 4 semester 6 semester 6 semester 6 semester 3 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 6 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 6 semester 4 semester 4 semester 3 semester 6 semester 6 semester 3 semester IGETC Units 3 semester (Area 3A or 3B) N/A 4 semester (Area 5B with lab) 3 semester (Area 2A) 3 semester (Area 2A) 4 semester (Area 5A with lab) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) N/A N/A 3 semester (Area 4B) 3 semester (Area 4B) 3 semester (Area 1A) 3 semester (Area 1A or 3B) 3 semester (Area 5A with lab) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 4H) 3 semester (Area 4H) 3 semester (Area 3B or 4F) 3 semester (Area 3B or 4F) 3 semester (Area 3B or 4F) 3 semester (Area 4E) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) N/A 4 semester (Area 5A with lab) 3 semester (Area 5A with lab) 3 semester (Area 5A with lab) 3 semester (Area 4I) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 3B and 6A) 3 semester (Area 2) UC Units 8 quarter / 5. 3 semester (Area D8 and US 2) History — European 3 semester (Area C2 or D6) History — U. 6) Students seeking certification in GE Breadth prior to transfer must have passed the test before Fall 2010. 9 3 semester (Area B4) Calculus BC1. Students who earn only a subscore will not receive exam credit. 8 4 semester (Area B1 and B3) Physics C — Magnetism7.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. 10 3 semester (Area C1) Physics B7.7 semester 4 quarter / 2. even if they do not receive a score of 3 or higher on the BC examination 10) The UC will grant credit for the full Music Theory exam. All CSU/UC campuses will accept the minimum units shown on the table toward fulfillment of the designated General Education–Breadth area if the examination is included in a full or subject-area certification.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. 9) Students who take the Calculus BC examination and earn a subscore of 3 or higher on the Calculus AB portion will receive UC credit for the Calculus AB examination.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. Tests prior to Fall 2009 may apply to either B1+B3 or B2+B3 of GE Breadth.7 semester 8 quarter / 5.3 semester 4 quarter / 2.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. 8 N/A Economics — Macroeconomics 3 semester (Area D2) Economics — Microeconomics 3 semester (Area D2) English — Language & Composition8 3 semester (Area A2) English — Literature & Composition8 6 semester (Area A2 and C2) Environmental Science3 4 semester (Area B1 and B3) French Language4 3 semester (Area C2) French Literature5 3 semester (Area C2) German Language4 3 semester (Area C2) Government & Politics — Comparative 3 semester (Area D8) Government & Politics — U.7 semester 4 quarter / 2.3 semester 4 quarter / 2. Fall of 09 or later.S. 8. 8) At all UC Campuses.7 semester 8 quarter / 5. and Spanish Literature earn 6 units of credit. Students who pass AP Physics B earn 6 units of credit.3 semester 8 quarter / 5. Tests after Fall of 2009 may apply 4 units to area B1+B3.3 semester 2 quarter / 1. only six units of credit may be applied to the baccalaureate. A maximum of 4 quarter units are allowed in Computer Science.

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Prerequisite A prerequisite is a course which must be taken as preparation for enrolling in another course.00 fee plus any material/laboratory fees associated with the course may be charged. students must: have completed at least one term at Mt. To apply for the CSU/UC Cross Enrollment Program. Corequisite A corequisite is a course which is required to be taken simultaneously in order to enroll in another course. have a 2. Degree Applicable Courses designated “Degree Applicable” are college-level classes which are a part of an associate degree or certificate program. To cross-enroll. Eligibility In listing a prerequisite for enrolling in a course. UC Credit Limitation UC limits credit for some courses.0 GPA in transferable course work.assist. CSU/UC Cross Enrollment Program California resident students at Mt. Not Degree Applicable Courses designated “Not Degree Applicable” are college level classes which are neither a part of an associate degree or certificate program nor transferable to four-year colleges and universities. San Antonio College. and be enrolled in at least six units at Mt. but not required. A $10.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions Bookmarks Contents DEFINITIONS OF TERMS CSU Transfer Courses designated “CSU” are baccalaureate level and will transfer to all of the California State Universities and count toward graduation at Mt. SAC. UC Credit for Kinesiology Activity Courses A maximum of four semester units of UC credit will be awarded for Kinesiology Activity courses. and will count toward graduation at Mt. An eligibility requirement specifies the course level the student must qualify to enroll in-not that the course has to be completed prior to enrollment. SAC and the university. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS UC Transfer Courses designated “UC” are baccalaureate level and will transfer to all of the University of California campuses and California State Universities. San Antonio College Catalog . Advisory An advisory is a course which is advised. Students contemplating transfer to UC should consult with a counselor or advisor and review www. an “eligibility” may also be listed. 114 2013-14 Mt. the prerequisite “eligibility for English 68” requires that the student must qualify to enroll in English 68 in order to enroll in the particular course. these forms are available in the Transfer Center. students must complete the CSU/UC Cross Enrollment application. Courses of a vocational nature will not be awarded UC credit. San Antonio College. to be taken either before or in conjunction with enrollment in a course. San Antonio College may enroll in one undergraduate course per term at any CSU or UC campus provided the student has met the course prerequisites and approval is granted by both Mt.org for course credit limitations and changes. SAC. For example.

..............................................................................................................Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions COURSE PREFIX LISTING AD Alcohol Drug Counseling.......................................207 SOC Sociology...............................................161 EST Electronics Systems Technology................................207 SL Service Learning.......................................................................................................209 SPAN Spanish................................................................................................................................................................................................................188 MENT Mental Health/Psychiatric Technician..............................................................................195 PAP Physician Assistant Preparatory...................129 ARTB Art: Basic Studio Arts..........................................................116 AGAG Agriculture: General Subjects.....................................................190 MUS Music....................................................................................162 ELEC Electronics..............196 PHOT Photography.............................................................131 ARTC Art: Graphic Design and Illustration.................................................................184 KIN-A Kinesiology: Aquatics...................................206 SIGN Sign Language & Interpreting...............................................................................118 AGHE Agriculture: Animal Health Technology.............................................................................................................................................................198 PHYS Physics...........................................................................................................................214 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Section 10 115 ...........139 BUSR Business: Real Estate..............................................................................................135 ASTR Astronomy...................................133 AHIS Art History........................................................................................................................118 AGAN Agriculture: Animal Science – General...................................................................................152 CISX Computer Information Systems: Auxiliary..199 PSYC Psychology......................................................................166 FIRE Fire Technology..............................................132 ARTS Art: Three-Dimensional Studio Arts ..............121 AIRM Aircraft Maintenance Technology............................186 LEAD Leadership.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Merchandising & Marketing..................................................................................................181 KIN-I Kinesiology: Individual...................116 AERO Aeronautics....173 HT Histotechnology..........................................................................................................................186 MEDI Medical Terminology................................................................200 RAD Radiologic Technology..........................161 ENGL English: Composition...................................................................................................................................................................163 ENGR Engineering....................................................................................214 WELD Welding..............186 LIT English: Literature..........158 EDT Engineering Design Technology...............................155 CSCI Computer Science..............149 CISP Computer Information Systems: Programming........................................203 READ Reading......................................................................................213 TECH Technology-Related Courses..................................................................................................177 JOUR Journalism ....................................185 LIBR Library & Instructional Media...............151 CISW Computer Information Systems: Web Applications..168 GEOG Geography................................118 AGFR Agriculture: Forestry.....................................................................................179 LATN Latin.................................198 PLGL Business: Paralegal......................................................................................................123 AIRT Air Traffic Control..................175 ITAL Italian........................................................................................................................................................................................................171 HRM Hospitality & Restaurant Management.213 THTR Theater Arts............................154 COUN Counseling.........................................................................................................................................119 AGPE Agriculture: Pet Science.........131 ARTG Art: Gallery & Professional Practices .............126 ANAT Anatomy & Physiology.....196 PHSC Physical Science..................................................................................................................175 IDE Industrial Design Engineering.......194 NURS Nursing.........153 DN-T Dance: Theory.........................................................................................144 GRAP Computer Graphics...................148 CISM Computer Information Systems: Management....199 R-TV Radio & Television ....117 AGLI Agriculture: Livestock Production..............................189 METO Meteorology...190 NF Nutrition & Food ........170 GERM German..........128 ANIM Art: Animation .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................211 STDY Study Techniques.........179 KIN-S Kinesiology: Team Sport.......................................................................................................................150 CISS Computer Information Systems: Security..................................................................................................................................................................................164 MATH Mathematics...........................................155 DSPS Disabled Students.....................................143 CHIN Chinese...................................................138 BUSC Business: Economics.................................................................................................................................................................174 INSP Inspection & Estimating..........................................................148 CISI Computer Information Systems: Information Processing.....................................................................................................................................................................................210 SPCH Speech..........................................................189 MFG Manufacturing Technology.....184 KIN-X Kinesiology: Athletics....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................146 CISB Computer Information Systems: Beginning................169 GEOL Geology............................................ Building................................................................................................139 BUSL Business: Law......157 DNCE Dance: Activity............125 ADJU Administration of Justice: Law Enforcement......................................................... Conservation.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................128 ARCH Architectural Technology...158 EDUC Education......................................................................................167 FRCH French..............142 BUSS Business: Sales.......................................198 PHIL Philosophy..............................................................................140 BUSM Business: Management....................................................................................................................................................................131 ARTZ Art: Special Studio Arts..................................................................................................205 RESD Respiratory Therapy........................154 CORS Correctional Sciences......................................................................................................................................................................213 SURV Surveying............................178 KIN Kinesiology: Theory.............................143 CHEM Chemistry..........................................................................................................159 EMS Emergency Medical Service.............172 HUMA Humanities..........................................138 BUSA Business: Accounting..............127 ANTH Anthropology..............................................141 POLI Political Science..................................213 TUTR Tutor Training....................174 ID Interior Design........................................165 FASH Fashion Merchandising & Design...............................................................179 KIN-F Kinesiology: Fitness............................................................147 CNET Computer and Networking Technology.121 AIRC Air Conditioning & Refrigeration........................................................132 ARTD Art: Two-Dimensional Studio Arts ..................................................122 AMLA American Language........185 LERN Learning Assistance....................136 BIOL Biology..................................................................................140 BUSO Business: Business Communications...................................160 EMT Emergency Medical Technician.........................................................................171 HIST History.............................................................................................119 AGOR Agriculture: Ornamental Horticulture...................146 CHLD Child Development.186 MICR Microbiology..........................................................193 OCEA Oceanography...............................................................148 CISN Computer Information Systems: Networking.............................................................................160 FCS Family & Consumer Sciences................182 KIN-L Kinesiology: Adaptive......................................................................................................................................................................................................137 BTNY Botany.......................................................................................................................177 JAPN Japanese................................147 CISD Computer Information Systems: Database.........................185 LCOM Learning Communities.............127 ARAB Arabic....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

collision evidence. Evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts. CSU 36 hours lecture Formerly AERO 29. prostitution. Responsibilities. and cross-country navigation procedures. reporting of aircraft accidents. and handling of evidence. weather disturbances. aircraft performance. CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Investigation. Emphasis is placed on service to the motoring public. gambling.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions Bookmarks Contents ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: LAW ENFORCEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n ADJU 1 — The Administration of Justice System 3 Units Degree Applicable. roles. n ADJU 3 — Concepts of Criminal Law 3 Units Degree Applicable. collision factors including law violations and human factors. including histori Degree Applicable. Includes law enforcement and corrections role in intervention and privileged communication. If this is a volunteer program on or off campus. AERONAUTICS n AERO 100 — Primary Pilot Ground School 4 Units Degree Applicable. constitutional issues. 4th Amendment issues including crime scene search and recording. Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). techniques and methods of police patrol with and sex crimes. general operating rules. gang dynamics. 54 hours lecture apprehension and prosecution of violators. aviation weather factors. atmosphere. UC 54 hours lecture History and philosophy of the justice system. and radio communications procedures. and collection and preserva. hearsay. elements of crimes. emphasis on the knowledge required in handling common police occurrences. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. common and statutory n ADJU 59 — Gangs and Corrections Degree Applicable. tion of evidence. CSU 54 hours lecture Formerly AERO 26. interviews and interrogation. n AERO 104 — Federal Aviation Regulations 2 Units Degree Applicable.suppression. CSU. including admissibility. dynamic relationship between communilaw enforcement records. CSU 72 hours lecture Formerly AERO 23. and evidence as observed through the study of case law decisions by state and federal courts. n ADJU 2 — Principles and Procedures of the 3 Units Justice System Degree Applicable. CSU law. n ADJU 90 — Work Experience in Administration 1 to 4 Units of Justice Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Prerequisite: Prior approval by ADJU department faculty and compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Provides actual on-the-job experience at an approved work site which is related to classroom instruction in Administration of Justice. Use of simulations and role-playing. traffic enforcement techniques and traffic management specialization. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics. provides introductory material on radio navigation. UC 54 hours lecture 3 Units Classification of crime. use of informants. use of informants. identification of 54 hours lecture characteristics. n ADJU 68 — Administration of Justice Report Writing 3 Units n ADJU 5 — Community Relations 3 Units Degree Applicable Degree Applicable. weather mechanics. n AERO 102 — Aviation Weather 3 Units Degree Applicable. Drug effects. CSU 54 hours lecture Due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and appeal using statutory law and legal precedent. weather analysis and forecasts. Criminal evidence. a minimum number hours per month will be required as part of the 60 hour total. n ADJU 20 — Principles of Investigation 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. modus operandi. follow up and case preparation n ADJU 38 — Narcotics Investigation 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Investigation and arrest techniques for drug enforcement. Aerodynamics. sources of information. and cultural differences of gang philosophy. CSU cal and current perspectives. collection and preservation of physical evidence. Federal Aviation Regulations. San Antonio College Catalog . UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Techniques for proper documentation of crime reports and related Examines the complex. Weather elements. relationships and theories of crime causation and correction. suspect profiling scientific aids. collision reconstruction. n ADJU 13 — Concepts of Traffic Services 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Traffic management. witness competency. CSU. ties and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict with an emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering n ADJU 74 — Vice Control 3 Units justice within a diverse multicultural population. aircraft maintenance. Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture n ADJU 6 — Concepts of Enforcement Services 3 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Degree Applicable Code and case law dealing with vice detection and suppression. aeromedical factors. air traffic control practices and procedures. and ADJU 1 n ADJU 4 — Legal Aspects of Evidence 3 Units Contemporary street and prison gang issues. 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68. 116 2013-14 Mt. pertaining to pilot certification. subsystems.

emergency treatment. dentistry. and procedures. CPR. fuel system. application of casts. CSU 54 hours lecture n AERO 152 — Air Transportation 3 Units Advisory: (AERO 23 or AERO 100) and (AERO 26 or AERO 102) Degree Applicable. and application of those principles in n AERO 202 — Aircraft and Engines 3 Units teaching student pilots. labeling requirements. immunology. administration of medicine. Evaluation and analysis of factors leading to aircraft accidents as Advisory: (AERO 25 or AERO 150) and (AERO 30 or AERO 252) it relates to the environment of the pilot and air traffic controller. and vaginal cytology of domestic animals. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Instrument Pilot computerized knowledge n AERO 200 — Aviation Safety and Human Factors 3 Units exam. and instrument weather. post-operative care. CSU 54 hours lecture n AERO 256 — Flight Instructor Ground School 3 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 54 hours lecture Formerly AERO 27. medical directional Range (VOR) and Automatic Directional Finder (ADF) terminology. internal parasites. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Commercial Pilot certification requirements. their causes and effects. clinical chemistries. Degree Applicable. Degree Applicable Aircraft design. urinalysis. with emphasis on aircraft and engine systems. weights and measures. n AGHE 62A — Clinical Pathology 4 Units Degree Applicable. and electronic flight instrumentation systems. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Hematology. characteristics. Includes generic terminology. multi-engine aircraft operations. Topics include an systems. client relations. external parasites and cytology of domestic animals. CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Formal admittance to Advanced Class Status in the Registered Veterinary Technology Program. side effects and drug interactions. flight instruments. VHF Omni. and instrument approach procedures. aeronautical introduction to air transportation. CSU Flight simulator training in the iGATE Computer-based Aviation Training (PC-ATD) simulator in preparation for the instrument 54 hours lecture rating. Advisory: AERO 100 or AERO 23 n AERO 258 — Multi-Engine Turbine Aircraft Operations 3 Units Formerly AERO 28. and radio navigation using advanced instrumentation. Prepares students for FAA knowledge tests for Flight 54 hours lecture Instructors. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n AERO 252 — Instrument Ground School 3 Units Degree Applicable. and completion of MATH 51 or MATH 51B or AGAG 91 Basic concepts in pharmacological chemistry. ba. Section 10 117 . Design features and operational characteristics of a multiengine turbine aircraft utilized in regional airline operations and n AERO 206L — Flight Simulator Laboratory . Air Traffic Control communications Formerly TRAN 17. of registered veterinary technicians and application of veterinary medical ethics. n AGHE 62B — Clinical Pathology 4 Units Degree Applicable. abbreviations for prescriptions. n AGHE 61 — Surgical Nursing 4 Units Degree Applicable. lubrication and cooling methods. flight planning. engine construction and design. (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 27 hours lab AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY Advisory: AERO 25 or AERO 150 n AGHE 54 — Veterinary Office Procedures 3 Units Formerly AERO 41. complex aircraft operations. Use of radio navigation aids. air navigation radio aids. classification of materials. instrument landing Survey course of the air transportation industry. pharmacological mathematics and the metric system. Pharmaceuticals and biologics commonly used in the maintenance of animal health. global positioning system. and aviation career planning. administer and monitor anesthesia. including sanitation. structure and economics of the publications. Formerly AERO 58. splints and other appliances. Prepares students for completion of the FAA Commercial Pilot Computerized Knowledge Examination. state and federal laws. Basic teaching principles. CSU ments. dental prophylaxis. legal responsibilities orientation. venipuncture. aircraft performance charts. commercial pilot maneuvers. including aerodynamics. n AGHE 60 — Medical Nursing and Animal Care 4 Units Degree Applicable. n AERO 250 — Navigation 3 Units Degree Applicable. Dead reckoning navigation procedures.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n AERO 150 — Commercial Pilot Ground School 3 Units Degree Applicable. navigation. Analysis of flight maneuvers and instru Degree Applicable. drug dosage flow rates. flight directors. Full and partial panel airwork. holding patterns. repair and maintenance. Principles 54 hours lecture of internal combustion engines. general aviation operations. and immunology of animals. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGHE 86 and formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology program Animal examination for health and disease conditions in the animal hospital. 54 hours lecture Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). n AGHE 64 — Veterinary Pharmacology 3 Units Degree Applicable.5 Unit corporate aviation. Degree Applicable. CSU Formerly AERO 30. instrument approach procedures. filing of governmental reports. Degree Applicable Off-campus trips maybe required. subsystems. Turbine engine basic design and operational Formerly AERO 45A. serology. clinical chemistry. Aeronautical computers and their application in cross-country flying. Includes diseases. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Formerly AERO 25. sterilization and the maintenance of a sterile environment.Advisory: (AERO 23 or AERO 100) and (AERO 30 or AERO 252) sic troubleshooting. electrocardiology. aircraft performance. aircraft weight and balance. surgical assistance. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Formerly AERO 24.Includes veterinary hospital records. IFR cross-country airlines. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGHE 60 Surgical preparation. ignition system. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Bacteriology. therapeutic techniques.

contrast radiography. including treatments. preventive health care and minor surgical procedures with school owned domestic farm animals. CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 36 hours lecture In order to offer selected students recognition for their academic interests and ability and the opportunity to explore their disciplines to greater depth. UC 54 hours lecture Surveys the world’s food producing systems in terms of economic. feed appraisal and compiling of rations. care and procedures. CSU 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGHE 86 and Formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology Program Concepts and skills of veterinary positioning of canine. processing of the radiograph. n AGAN 94 — Animal Breeding 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture The science of animal breeding. The content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester and depend on the particular project under consideration.A Global Perspective Degree Applicable. CSU. determining proper concentrations and dilutions. desert. sustainable food producing agriculture. and conservation organizations. n AGHE 83A — Work Experience in Animal Health 1 to 2 Units Degree Applicable. 118 2013-14 Mt. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. reptilian species. the various departments from time to time offer Special Projects courses. MRI. CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 150 hours lab This course is designed to provide Registered Veterinary Technician majors with actual on-the-job experience at an approved work station which is related to classroom instruction. and nursing concepts. land area and volume measurements. n AGAN 2 — Animal Nutrition 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. Types of domestic animals and their utilization by humans. technique and instrumentation. n AGHE 85 — Seminar in Registered Veterinary Technology 1 Unit Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture Prerequisite: Completion of the Registered Veterinary Technology program Group study course designed to prepare students for national and state vetinary technician registration examinations. Land Use and Politics 3 Units . including chemical and physical techniques of restraint. n AGAG 91 — Agricultural Calculations 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: MATH 50 Calculating the proper dosages of veterinary drugs. Experiences with animals will vary due to seasonal changes and different husbandry practices during fall and spring. radiation safety. and livestock for radiography. animal assessment. embryo manipulation and current topics in reproductive biotechnology will also be included. feline. CSU. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL SCIENCE GENERAL n AGAN 1 — Animal Science 3 Units Degree Applicable. Course includes exposure to the types of questions encountered in registration examinations. rules and regulations governing laboratory animals. reproduction and breeding systems for domestic animals. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Analyzes the body structures and systems. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. political and cultural forces. dental radiology and advanced imaging as ultrasound. Artificial insemination. n AGHE 84B — Applied Animal Health Procedures 1 Unit Degree Applicable 54 hours lab A field study course that emphasizes practical experience in applied clinical procedure and techniques. calibrating application equipment. and review of important anatomical. including biogeography. CT scan. physiological. and grassland ecosystems. UC 54 hours lecture Fundamental problems and essential concepts of animal production. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. environmental law. nuclear isotopes scans. n AGHE 86 — Anatomy and Physiology 4 Units of Domestic Animals Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lecture Composition of feeds and their utilization by domestic animals. plotting production rates and feed conversion. tropical forest. n AGHE 79 — Laboratory Animal Medicine and Care 3 Units Degree Applicable. Field trips are required. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Methods of proper handling for large and small animals. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Laboratory animal medicine. AGRICULTURE: FORESTRY. comparing domestic animals commonly found in veterinary medicine. n AGAG 59 — Work Experience in Agriculture 1 to 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog This course is designed to provide Animal Science majors with actual on-the-job experience in an approved work station which is related to classroom instruction. including digestive physiology. avian. n AGAG 99 — Special Projects in Agriculture 2 Units Degree Applicable. The physiology section will emphasize functions of internal organs and body systems. feed rations. Bookmarks Contents AGRICULTURE: GENERAL SUBJECTS n AGAG 1 — Food Production. Field trip required. San Antonio College Catalog . CONSERVATION n AGFR 20 — Conservation of Natural Resources 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of conservation biology for natural resources.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AGHE 65 — Veterinary Radiography 2 Units Degree Applicable. application rates of farm and horticultural chemicals inclusive of fertilizer and pesticide materials. biodiversity and extinction. CSU. n AGAN 51 — Animal Handling and Restraint 3 Units Degree Applicable. Emphasis on temperate forest. including fundamentals of inheritance. Emphasizes ethical. Emphasizes performance of x-ray procedures for the veterinary practitioner. question analysis strategies. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit.

horse care and training . Field trips required. elevation. trimming and disease recognition and control. CSU. structure. and handling skills. culture and care of plants suitable for interior use. staff and financial management. farrowing. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Various types of sheep enterprises and the ways and means of entering them. and breaking to a saddle. CSU. Field trip required. turning. Practical skills are taught on the school farm and sheep farms in the area . nursery. Includes the development of budgets. graphics. n AGOR 15 — Interior Landscaping 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 54 hours lecture Design. n AGOR 2 — Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. Emphasis is on evaluation. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab A study of the various types of swine enterprises and the ways and means of entering them. handling techniques. layering. including semen evaluation and processing. and marketing. shearing. fern sporing and division. the design process. ground work on yearlings. and plant usage. retail product. CSU. installation and maintenance practices used in interior landscaping. and feedlot operation. cuttings. lambing. Includes identification. Training in collection. breeding. n AGOR 14 — Advanced Landscape Design 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGOR 13 Computer Assisted Design and Drafting (CAD) with applications for landscape horticultural businesses. health maintenance. including basic disease concepts. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Plant propagation and production practices with emphasis on florists’ plants. backing. Section 10 119 . Stresses greenhouses and other environmental structures for plant propagation and production. Field trips and off-campus assignments required. Includes analysis of industry trends and principal marketing uses of exotic animals. including handling. leads. n AGLI 19 — Horse Hoof Care 2 Units Degree Applicable. n AGLI 34 — Livestock Judging and Selection 2 Units Degree Applicable. n AGLI 97 — Artificial Insemination of Livestock 2 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Theory and application of artificial insemination of domestic animals. market. Principles of design. breeding. and section drawings with exposure to CAD associated databases and plant selection programs. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AGRICULTURE: ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE n AGOR 1 — Horticultural Science 3 Units Degree Applicable. n AGOR 13 — Landscape Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. and farm design for a variety of horse operations. Includes the management of sports fields. sheep handling. UC 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Fundamentals and implementation of landscape design. driving. campgrounds. and breeding beef cattle. and trailer loading. n AGLI 30 — Beef Production 3 Units Degree Applicable. shoeing. CSU 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Proper horse hoof care. Field trip required. CSU 54 hours lecture Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening. and landscape applications. landscaping materials. and management of the light horse. feeding. Swine management. grafting and budding. cultural practices. CSU 54 hours lecture Prevention and control of infectious diseases affecting domestic animals.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions AGRICULTURE: LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION n AGLI 12 — Exotic Animal Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Care and management of exotic and alternative livestock species with emphasis on identification. planning and scheduling. detail. recreation centers. purchasing. health care. and marketing. n AGOR 4 — Park Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Management and operation of municipal park departments. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Principles and practices in the selection and management of feeder. park policies. site evaluation. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGLI 16 Skills and procedures used in the management of an equine business. Commercial techniques include seed propagation. and green-breaking two-year-olds and up. n AGLI 17 — Sheep Production 3 Units Degree Applicable. principles of sanitation and fundamentals of immunology. Includes applied CAD for plan. n AGLI 14 — Swine Production 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Study of form and appearance of farm animals as related to their function. Economics of production. Emphasis on propagation. butchering. n AGOR 5 — Park Facilities 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Management and operation of different types of park facilities. n AGLI 20 — Horse Behavior and Training 2 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Corequisite: AGLI 16 Breaking and starting young horses. utilization of farm-grown feeds. Sheep management. Concentrates on halter training of foals. and the study of plant relationships. n AGLI 96 — Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3 Units Degree Applicable. aquatic facilities and golf courses. and pregnancy diagnosis. feeding. n AGLI 16 — Horse Production and Management 4 Units Degree Applicable. woody ornamentals and fruits. growth and development. Includes business plans and record keeping. Includes judging of breeding and terminal livestock as well as carcass evaluation. Includes lunging techniques. nutrition and reproduction. UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Selection. Projects emphasize residential and small commercial sites. drafting. heat synchronization. n AGLI 18 — Horse Ranch Management 4 Units Degree Applicable. utilization. transmission of infectious diseases. Practical skills are taught using the college farm.

and fourwheel drive tractors. indoor plants. groundcovers and vines adapted to climates of California. parks. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Operation and management of wholesale and retail nurseries. soil mixes and proper use of fertilizers. n AGOR 39 — Turf Grass Production and Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. and repair of hydraulic systems used for agriculture and industrial equipment. 2-cycle engines. n AGOR 51 — Tractor and Landscape 3 Units Equipment Operations Degree Applicable. golf courses. and regulations of pesticides. tennis. operation. equipment. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Repair and maintenance of diesel engines used to power industrial. Includes two. Emphasis on pumps. spraying equipment and all-terrain vehicles. and management of turfgrasses utilized for athletic fields. industrial and agricultural applications.Herbaceous 3 Units Degree Applicable. n AGOR 57 — Power Train Repair 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Service. personnel management. and repair of power trains. reservoirs.and water-cooled engines used in landscape. spraying equipment. Stresses use. CSU. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 120 2013-14 Mt. greenhouse management. nutrients and organic matter. UC 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Identification. n AGOR 52 — Hydraulics 3 Units Degree Applicable. perennials. Multi-cylinder air. advertising and customer relationships. Identification. valves. culture and ornamental use of landscape trees and shrubs adapted to climates of California. retail displays. chainsaws. n AGOR 50 — Soil Science and Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. golf courses. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Selection. Includes clutches. irrigation. n AGOR 40 — Sports Turf Management 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: AGOR 39 or equivalent experience Prepares students to work in the sports turf industry. cylinders. differentials. and other related gas-powered equipment. Field trips required. CSU. transmissions. spraying equipment. residential and commercial landscaping. including management of air. voltage regulators. repair and maintenance of power equipment used in the landscape industry. switches. growth habits. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Operation. growth habits. sprinkler system components and hydraulic principles used in nursery management. cultural requirements. Bookmarks Contents n AGOR 54 — Small Engine Repair II 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Identifies common agricultural pests in Southern California and analyzes physical. maintenance. driving ranges. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Design and installation of turf and ornamental irrigation systems. including integrated pest management (IPM). Plants emphasized will come from the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers (CANGC) and California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) certification test plant lists. generator engines. maintenance and repair of tractor electrical systems: electrical wiring. and other sports fields in both professional and amateur sports. n AGOR 32 — Landscaping and Nursery Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. and other related gas-powered equipment. edgers. interior design. installation. blower vacuums. Special emphasis is given to water conservation incorporating controlled flow technologies. Includes service. fungicides. UC 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Identification. n AGOR 29 — Ornamental Plants . weed eaters. motors. Plants emphasized will come from the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers (CANGC) and California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) certification test plant lists. chainsaws. financing. UC 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Principles of proper soil management to optimize plant growth.Design and Installation Degree Applicable. generators. industrial and agricultural applications. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Analysis and evaluation of tractor engine power failures with hands-on experience in the proper diagnostic procedures of power equipment. alternators. Includes site location and layout of areas. lawnmowers. biennials. biological and chemical pest control principles and practices. n AGOR 55 — Diesel Engine Repair 3 Units Degree Applicable. cemeteries. flow control. power take-off units. San Antonio College Catalog . insecticides. herbicides and growth regulators. safety. and final drives used to transmit power on tractors and other outdoor power equipment.Trees and Woody Shrubs Degree Applicable. ferns. and hydrostatic transmissions. laws. CSU 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Introduction to cultivation. Repair of riding mowers. n AGOR 56 — Engine Diagnostics 3 Units Degree Applicable. all-terrain vehicles. gauges. Design techniques. Laboratory includes use of this equipment. 4-cycle engines. Physical and chemical properties of soil that govern soil reactions and interactions. all-terrain vehicles. culture and ornamental use of landscape annuals. n AGOR 53 — Small Engine Repair I 3 Units Degree Applicable.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AGOR 24 — Integrated Pest Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. Field trips are required. skid steer loaders. and commercial and residential lawns. maintenance. n AGOR 30 — Ornamental Plants 3 Units . Includes turf surfaces used on baseball. mechanization. skip loaders. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Principles and repair of small engines used in landscape. football. backhoes. Field trips required. n AGOR 62 — Landscape Irrigation 3 Units . landscape and agricultural equipment. soccer. and maintenance practices are emphasized. state and local laws and regulations. lines. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite:AGOR53 Advanced repair and maintenance of mid-horsepower gasoline and diesel engines. air compressor engines. batteries and test equipment. Includes repairs of lawnmowers. water. Field trips are required. federal. 2-cycle and 4-cycle engines. rototillers. Emphasizes turf cultural techniques used in sports turf management. maintenance.

Cage and Aviary Birds 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Cage and aviary birds marketed in the wholesale and retail pet trade. n AGPE 76 — Aviculture . Design. n AGPE 71 — Canine Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Selection. behavior. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. feeding. water. finches. Laboratory work will include practical experience in the handling and training of dogs. Estimation and installation of fences. feeding. Section 10 121 . including commercial aspects of the dog as a domestic pet. operation and maintenance of drip and low-flow irrigation systems. cabling. air distribution. tortoises. including determination of irrigation requirements. ponds. Off campus assignments required. Trouble shooting procedures including field testing of valves and controllers. selection of emitters and low-flow devices. AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION n AIRC 10 — Technical Mathematics in Air 2 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Degree Applicable 27 hours lecture 27 hours lab Develops mathematical skills required for the study and application of air conditioning and refrigeration including measurements and equations applied to heat loads. breeding and raising fish. n AGOR 91 — Work Experience in Nursery Operations 1 to 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog. feeding. fruit tree care. walks. Contracting. Includes pruning techniques. fountains and pools. breeding and raising of reptiles. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. Includes hands-on experience in design and installation techniques. and electricity). n AGOR 71 — Landscape Construction Fundamentals 3 Units Degree Applicable. spas. Psittacines. n AGOR 64 — Landscape Irrigation . boom trucks. choosing compatible species. breeding. and invertebrates. Housing. and pest control. aviary construction. chain saws. n AGOR 72 — Landscape Hardscape Applications 3 Units Degree Applicable. Students will gain hands-on experience in the laboratory activities. woodworking. housing. n AIRC 11 — Welding for Air Conditioning 2 Units and Refrigeration Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Fundamentals of welding related to the field of air conditioning and refrigeration with emphasis on the sterile techniques and skills required for joining copper refrigerant lines and the procedures for light fabrication. health care. animal care practices. Identification.Drip and Low Volume 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Conservation of water in landscapes by utilization of drip and low-flow irrigation practices. May include field trips. Guidance on setting up aquariums. Identification and characteristics of reptiles commonly kept as pets. contracting. nutrition. This course is available to students achieving advanced standing (minimum 12 units in major or equivalent experience. patios. Irrigation efficiency testing will be incorporated to demonstrate proper methods of water audits and system evaluation. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Construction techniques and tools used in landscaping with construction projects that include surveying techniques. health maintenance. poultry and ornamental waterfowl. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 54 hours lecture Landscape laws. salamanders and frogs. grooming. and estimating as they pertain to landscape construction. Safe practices in the use of equipment including the use of ropes. installation techniques. and sound business management practices. newts. nutrition. chippers. utilities (gas. and identification and evaluation of common trees. breeding. practical care.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n AGOR 63 — Landscape Irrigation Systems Management 3 Units Degree Applicable. Information covered will be helpful for the Landscape Contractor’s (C-27 classification) licensing exam administered by the state of California. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AGRICULTURE: PET SCIENCE n AGPE 70 — Pet Shop Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Pet shop operations and the economic aspects of the pet industry. and uniformity of water distribution.) n AGPE 73 — Tropical and Coldwater Fish Management 2 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Care and keeping of marine and freshwater aquarium fishes. electricity. n AGOR 73 — Landscaping Laws. plants. n AGPE 74 — Reptile Management 2 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Care and maintenance of reptiles and amphibians. This course is designed to provide majors with actual on-the-job experience at an approved work site using skills and knowledge from classroom instruction. n AGPE 72 — Feline Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Care and management of cats including breed identification and characteristics. breeding and management of dogs. planters. lighting. soft bills. gazebos. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Landscape construction pertaining to hardscape featured in the landscape. including snakes. 3 Units and Estimating Degree Applicable. game birds. turtles. Organization and operation of pet shops. and the design of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. n AGOR 75 — Urban Arboriculture 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Care and management of ornamental trees. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 54 hours lab Systematic approach to water conservation in landscapes. bracing. decks. Prepares students for the tree worker and arborist certification exams. barbecues. and housing. showing. and masonry. Repair techniques that will allow a current system to efficiently operate to its initial design. lizards. disease prevention and control.

metering devices. n AIRC 67 — Energy Management 4 Units Degree Applicable 72 hours lecture Advisories: AIRC 34. Variable Air Volume. refrigeration. pneumatic. icon based programming. n AIRC 63 — Building Control Networks 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisories: CISN 11 Building Control Network implementations and protocol standards including web based applications. timers. pressure regulators. system dehydration techniques. dew point temperatures. and controls. This work experience may be during a regular semester or during a summer session. AIRC 65 Principles and practical applications for energy cost reduction and strategies. air distribution. defrost. n AIRC 34 — Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: AIRC 20 Principles of mechanical air conditioning and refrigeration based on operating characteristics of working equipment and the interpretation of the pressure-enthalpy chart. and defrost methods. and sensible and latent heat processes. BACnet. classify aircraft as to FAA category and class. AIRC 30 taken prior Investigates the air-side operating theory and application of comfort cooling systems. Commercial Pilot majors are encouraged to take the class as an elective course. Develops skills for interpreting service gauge pressures and sensible temperatures. and analyze aircraft for performance characteristics required for air traffic control separation. identify types of aircraft. and heat pump systems as applied to the development and interpretation of schematics and the sequential approach to wiring circuits including power supplies. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. selection and duct design based on the Heat Load of the structure. Develops skills for designing electrical circuits. n AIRC 32A — Air Properties and Measurement 1. and application of natural gas and propane heating systems used in residential and light commercial heating installations including the properties of fuel gasses. furnace construction. Includes theory for sustainable Green Building Technologies with introduction to Energy Star Buildings and LEED programs. LonTalk. Technical aspects of mechanical components will be explored to include compressors. Heat Load calculation software will be explored and used to aid in the process. AIRC 63. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. capacity controls. Equipment sizing. n AIRC 61 — Building Automation Fundamentals 2. motors. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Formerly AIRT 41. starting methods and troubleshooting of three phase systems. Routers. constant air systems. sequencers. Ethernet. Principles of chiller plant operation. n AIRC 31 — Commercial Electrical for Air 4 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: AIRC 25 Electrical control of commercial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment emphasizing time clocks. Stresses good programming practices including complete program documentation. installation. n AIRC 30 — Heat Load Calculations and Design 4 Units Degree Applicable 72 hours lecture Advisory: AIRC 20 taken prior Heat loss and heat gain will be examined. and troubleshooting will also be studied. and template programming. AIRC 25.5 Units Degree Applicable 27 hours lecture Advisory: AIRC 20. and multizone systems. Designed for students who want to become air traffic controllers for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). operation. n AIRC 26 — Gas Heating Fundamentals 2 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture Advisory: AIRC 12 and AIRC 25 Theory. AIRC 34 Basics of commercial HVAC control theory as it applies to electric. n AIRC 20 — Refrigeration Fundamentals 4 Units Degree Applicable 48 hours lecture 71 hours lab Principles of mechanical refrigeration based on the refrigeration cycle and associated mechanical components. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n AIRC 65 — Building Automation Networks 3 Units and Programming Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 108 hours lab Advisories: Programming HVAC direct digital controllers using line (text) programming. Students will learn to recognize the distinctive features of aircraft. AIRC 61. and digital control systems. n AIRC 25 — Electrical Fundamentals for Air 5 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Degree Applicable 66 hours lecture 54 hours lab Electrical principles and practices used in air conditioning. developed and applied to residential dwellings air conditioning systems. three phase motors. n AIRC 95 — Work Experience in Air Conditioning 1 to 4 Units and Refrigeration Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Prerequisite: Approval of college Work Experience supervisor and compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog This course is designed to combine actual job experience in air conditioning and refrigeration with related classroom instruction.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AIRC 12 — Air Conditioning Codes and Standards 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Building codes and standards as they apply to the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. relative humidity. Emphasis on the use of Building Automation Systems to achieve control over energy costs. and the safe handling and containment of refrigerants. Develops skills necessary to read and interpret building codes and resolve installation and service problems as they apply to the construction industry. and proprietary systems. three phase transformers.5 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 27 hours lab Advisories: AIRC 20. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL n AIRT 151 — Aircraft Recognition and Performance 3 Units Degree Applicable. gas combustion. This course will broaden the student’s understanding of air conditioning systems by addressing psychrometrics to include the measurement of dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures. pilot proving devices and ignition systems. 122 2013-14 Mt. San Antonio College Catalog . and electrical trouble shooting.

5 Units Degree Applicable. Topics span aerodynamics. This course is designed for students who want to become air traffic controllers for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). weather observing. airport traffic control. flight progress strip markings and radar separation standards. analyze skills necessary to manage and improve individual performance. identify “threat and error” countermeasures. n AIRM 66B — Airframe Maintenance Technology 13 Units Degree Applicable. strip markings. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 and AIRT 41 or AIRT 151 Formerly AIRT 42B. and future air traffic control technologies. n AIRM 70A — Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3 Units and Electronics Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 71 Electrical theory. Leadership skills for aviation professionals. facility and interfacility coordination. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY n AIRM 65A — Aircraft Powerplant 13 Units Maintenance Technology Degree Applicable. and approach and departure procedures using appropriate phraseology. Microphone technique. series and parallel circuits. Students will be able to identify personality types and temperaments. radio communication techniques and phraseology. Approved and required for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) powerplant certification and Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. and control tower functions. Designed for students who want to become air traffic controllers for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). procedures. On-the-job experience in an approved FAA work station. Required for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification. batteries. n AIRT 253 — Work Experience in Air Traffic Control 1 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 60 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Formerly AIRT 47. interpretation of aircraft drawings. technical mathematics. terminal radar control. n AIRT 203 — Enroute Air Traffic Control 3 Units Degree Applicable. control tower operations. CSU 108 hours lecture 376 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 65A or (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B and AIRM 96A and AIRM 96B) Reciprocating and turbine engine systems and components. n AIRM 71 — Aviation Maintenance Science 6 Units Degree Applicable 108 hours lecture Federal aviation regulations. n AIRT 203L — Enroute Radar Laboratory 1 Unit Degree Applicable 54 hours lab Advisory: AERO 100 Formerly AIRT 55.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n AIRT 201 — Terminal Air Traffic Control 3 Units Degree Applicable. and aircraft weight and balance computations. and recognize human factors that affect air traffic control. voice control. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 and AIRT 41 or AIRT 151 Formerly AIRT 42A. Concepts. and responding to emergencies. inspection. with emphasis on FAA Crew Resource Management. n AIRT 251 — Air Traffic Control Team Skills 1. construction. Approved and required for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and required airframe certification and the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. design theory. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. Enroute air traffic control operations in the National Airspace System. This course will introduce students to the skills required to work in an aviation group environment. basic physics. Section 10 123 . Approved and required for the FAA powerplant certification and Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. FAA approved course required of all aircraft powerplant and airframe maintenance technology majors. and electrical measuring instruments. repair and alteration of aircraft airframe structures. enroute air traffic control clearances. n AIRT 201L — Air Traffic Control Laboratory 1 Unit Degree Applicable 54 hours lab Advisory: AERO 100 Formerly AIRT 51. and skills related to air traffic control. CSU 108 hours lecture 376 hours lab Theory and overhaul of aircraft reciprocating and turbine powerplants. Students will learn about aircraft operation in the National Airspace System. Includes radar and non-radar separation rules. work effectively in the team environment. Required for FAA certification. maintenance. n AIRM 70B — Aircraft Maintenance Electricity 3 Units and Electronics Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 70A and AIRM 71 Principles of alternating current electricity with emphasis on components and circuits. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. CSU 108 hours lecture 376 hours lab This course is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA and required for all Aircraft Powerplant and Airframe Maintenance Technology majors. emergencies and search and rescue. Simulation of an air traffic control radar facility concentrating on air route traffic control. n AIRM 66A — Aircraft Airframe Maintenance 13 Units Structures Degree Applicable. CSU 27 hours lecture Advisory: AIRT 201 or AIRT 42A Formerly AIRT 43. phraseology. n AIRM 65B — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 13 Units Technology: Reciprocating and Turbine Degree Applicable. CSU 108 hours lecture 376 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 66A OR (AIRM 90A and AIRM 90B and AIRM 91A and AIRM 91B) Airframe systems and components.

Approved by the FAA and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. Approved by the FAA and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology Major. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. AIRM 72. Two units of credit will be earned as a result of 120 unpaid or 150 paid work hours. San Antonio College Catalog . basic heattreating and machining. n AIRM 93B — Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3 Units Fire Suppression Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 92A and AIRM 92B and AIRM 93A) or AIRM 66A Aircraft fire detection and suppression systems. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n AIRM 93A — Airframe Maintenance Technology: Systems 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 92A and AIRM 92B) or AIRM 66A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) approved course covering aircraft cabin heating and cooling. Aircraft inspection requirements and procedures. AIRM 71. 124 2013-14 Mt. AIRM 71. AIRM 73 Aircraft warning systems. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology Major. thrust formulas and turbine engine types. n AIRM 95A — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 70A. Includes calculations and construction methods. n AIRM 92B — Airframe Maintenance Technology 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 72 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 70A.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AIRM 72 — Aircraft Materials and Processes 1. and repair. n AIRM 74 — Aircraft Maintenance Technology - 2 Units Work Experience Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 120 to 150 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 65A and AIRM 65B or AIRM 66A and AIRM 66B Combines aircraft maintenance experience in addition to classroom instruction for college credit. and troubleshooting procedures. AIRM 71. construction. n AIRM 96A — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Turbine Engines Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B) or AIRM 65B Aircraft turbine engine history. n AIRM 73 — Aircraft Welding 1.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 71 AND AIRM 73 Part 147 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved course covering aviation materials. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Power Plant Maintenance Technology major. AIRM 73 FAA approved course covering piston powerplant theory.5 to 1 Unit Maintenance Technology Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 27 to 54 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 65 A/B. Required for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) airframe and powerplant certification. aviation nomenclature and definitions. n AIRM 91A — Airframe Maintenance Technology 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM90A and AIRM 90B) or AIRM 66B Aircraft wood structures. coverings. station numbers. n AIRM 90A — Airframe Maintenance Technology 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 70A. non-destructive testing. n AIRM 80 — Lab Studies in Aircraft . flight control and construction methods and procedures n AIRM 90B — Airframe Maintenance Technology: 3 Units Structure and Design Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 90A or AIRM 66B Aircraft structural designs. AIRM 70B. AIRM 70B.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Advisory: AIRM 71 or AIRM 72 Theory and techniques of gas and inert gas welding used in aircraft construction and repair. AIRM 73 A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved course covering aircraft flight. finishes. and ice and rain control systems in small and large aircraft. and maintenance. Required for FAA certification. maintenance. or AIRM 95-98 A/B.AIRM 72. n AIRM 91B — Airframe Maintenance Technology 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Metals and composite materials used in aircraft construction. Approved by the FAA and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. landing gear and wheel and brake systems. AIRM 70B. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. or AIRM 66 A/B. n AIRM 95B — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Reciprocating Engines Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 95A or AIRM 65B Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved course covering piston engine overhaul. or AIRM 90-93 A/B. inspection. The employer/evaluator will have the student perform aircraft maintenance work under direct supervision at a maintenance facility. n AIRM 92A — Airframe Maintenance Technology 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic power systems. or equivalent Additional lab instruction for students needing FAA required hours to complete a training certificate or required remediation of program modules or completion of aboratory assignments. AIRM 72. communication and navigation systems. aircraft instrument systems and aircraft fuel storage and transfer systems.

counseling. constant speed devices. at both the private and public level. diagnosis. cross-tolerance and synergistic effect.5 Units Degree Applicable 27 hours lecture Advisory: AD 1. community and family concerns. AD 3 taken prior and AD 4. allows participants to practice skills in attentive listening. AD 5. and stereotypes about substances and substance abusers. AD 5. n AIRM 97B — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Fuel Meter Systems Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: AIRM 97A or AIRM 65A Reciprocating engine and turbine engine fuels. AD 2. Emphasis on biopsychosocial history. Appraises personal attitudes. AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Practice techniques used for crisis intervention. habituation. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. application. and responding to levels of client communication. n AD 11 — Techniques of Intervention and Referral 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: AD 1. n AD 8 — Group Process and Leadership 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: AD 1. n AD 3 — Chemical Dependency: Intervention. CSU 54 hours lecture Examines effects of alcohol and drugs on the human body. law and psychology of domestic violence. Topics include family systems and dynamics. Includes engine starting systems and electrical power generating devices. Experiential format. past and present. AD 5. the group process and dynamics of group interaction. n AIRM 98B — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Lubricating Systems Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 97A and AIRM 97B and AIRM 98A) or AIRM 65A Reciprocating and turbine engine lubricants and lubricating systems. cultural/social aspects. Examines the “myths. AD 3 taken prior and AD 4. Evaluates current prevention programs and the necessary steps for developing. CSU 27 hours lecture Reviews and examines drug prevention effectiveness. n AD 9 — Family Counseling 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: AD 1. AD 3 taken prior and AD 4. relationship to substance abuse. Reviews and examines the key areas involving dual diagnosis: definition. Explores the impact these dependencies have upon the individual’s social. Includes familiarization with terms. AD 2. Explores various approaches to recovery. 3 Units Treatment and Recovery Degree Applicable. economic. Section 10 125 . CSU 54 hours lecture Examines techniques used in chemical dependency treatment. and their influence on societal norms. AD 5.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n AIRM 96B — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Propellers Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B and AIRM 96A) or AIRM 65B Propeller theory. n AIRM 97A — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Instrumentation Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B and AIRM 96A and AIRM96B) or AIRM 65B Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ) approved course covering instrumentation and smoke and fire detection/suppression systems used in small and large aircraft.” images. physiological well-being. and system operation. n AD 10 — Client Record and Documentation 1. CSU 54 hours lecture Overview of the complex interactions of mental disorders and chemical dependency. AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Introduces the theory and practice of family counseling. AD 2. n AD 4 — Issues in Domestic Violence 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Examines the history. AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Introduces the theory and practice of group counseling. Includes tolerance. AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Identify documentation methods required by government regulatory bodies in clinical records. treatment and aftercare. n AIRM 98A — Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance 3 Units Technology: Ignition Systems Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (AIRM 97A and AIRM 97B) or AIRM 65A Reciprocating and turbine engine ignition system theory and maintenance. n AD 2 — Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs 3 Units Degree Applicable. and propeller controls. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology Major. Analyzes types of treatment programs and the essentials of recovery. AD 2. CSU 54 hours lecture Presents an overview of alcohol and chemical dependencies and ramifications. psychological. n AD 5 — Chemical Dependency: Prevention 1. n AD 6 — Dual Diagnosis 3 Units Degree Applicable.5 Units and Education Degree Applicable. funding and managing a program. Required for FAA certification. intake and referral. nomenclature. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ALCOHOL DRUG COUNSELING n AD 1 — Alcohol/Drug Dependency 3 Units Degree Applicable. effects of chemical dependency. fuel metering devices. AD 3 taken prior and AD 4. Approved by the FAA and required for the Airframe and Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology major. and counseling techniques.

form. n AMLA 58 — American Language Verb Review II 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Advanced work on modals. AD 2. interviewing skills and group process skills. AD 9. as used in everyday language situations. and conditionals for non-native English students. or successful completion of noncredit ESL levels 5. Students will analyze prepositions and idiomatic expressions through reading and will apply their knowledge to written work. AD 11 taken prior or concurrently The first of a two-semester sequence which places students in Alcohol/Drug Abuse agencies and organizations. with special emphasis on writing for college courses. n AMLA 22S — American Language 2 Units Interpersonal Communication Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Enhances ability of non-native speakers to communicate in personal and academic situations. and listening. and verbal articulation of ideas. AD 4. n AMLA 56 — American Language Nouns and Articles 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Concentrates on count and non-count nouns. or VESL Intermediate reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 27 hours lecture 126 hours lab Advisory: AD 1. Exercises and writing practice will emphasize improved verb usage in writing. AMERICAN LANGUAGE n AMLA 21S — Accent Reduction 2 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Pronunciation and listening for non-native speakers with emphasis on analysis of individual strengths and weaknesses. concepts and skills gained from previous courses to the actual process of helping chemically dependent persons. Writing practice and exercises will emphasize correct usage of these structures in writing and speaking.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AD 13 — Internship/Seminar 4 Units Degree Applicable. n AMLA 23S — American Language Formal Speaking 2 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for AMLA 43W. n AD 14 — Advanced Internship/Seminar 4 Units Degree Applicable. and use in both spoken and written English. n AMLA 33R — American Language Advanced Reading 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 32R or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test Advanced reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. meaning. article usage and other determiners for non-native learners of English. and use for non-native learners of English. AD 5. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n AMLA 43W — American Language Advanced Writing 4 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 42W Advisory: AMLA 33R taken prior or concurrently Advanced grammar and writing for non-native speakers. This first semester emphasizes growth in self-awareness and professionalism. Exercises and writing practice will emphasize improved verb usage in writing. organizing speeches. n AMLA 41W — American Language Basic Writing 4 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL level 4 Advisory: AMLA 31R taken previously or concurrently Basic grammar and writing for non-native speakers. Enhances the ability of non-native speakers to listen effectively and speak formally. infinitives and participles for nonnative English students. including common American idioms and proverbs. AD 10. CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 27 hours lecture 126 hours lab Advisory: AD 10 and AD 13 The second of a two-semester sequence in which the student applies the values. outlining. AD 6. AD 3. passive voice. 6. passive modals. past. Emphasis on grammatical accuracy and sophistication as well as confidence in communications. and future verb tense forms. San Antonio College Catalog . stress and intonation patterns. or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test. 126 2013-14 Mt. n AMLA 42W — American Language Intermediate Writing 4 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 41W or noncredit ESL level 5 or 6 or VESL Advisory: AMLA 32R taken prior or concurrently Intermediate grammar and writing for non-native speakers. and six units of Restricted Electives taken prior and AD 8. Focus on improving articulation. n AMLA 31R — American Language Basic Reading 4 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4 Basic reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. n AMLA 60 — American Language Verb Review III 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Advanced work on gerunds. n AMLA 59 — American Language Prepositions 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Spoken and written practice in prepositions for non-native English learners. n AMLA 57 — American Language Verb Review I 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Concentrates on verb tense. n AMLA 24 — Idiomatic English 2 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for AMLA 42 Intermediate course in the study of idiomatic language. Practice in present. Emphasis is on note taking. n AMLA 32R — American Language Intermediate Reading 4 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 31R.

The genetic and evolutionary mechanisms underlying evolution. n ANAT 10B — Introductory Human Physiology 4 Units Degree Applicable. n ANTH 5 — Principles of Cultural Anthropology 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H Structure of the organ systems at the gross. subgross. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 The evolutionary biology of primates with particular emphasis on hominid evolution and behavior. ANTHROPOLOGY n ANTH 1 — Biological Anthropology 3 Units Degree Applicable. n ANTH 3 — Archaeology 3 Units Degree Applicable. endocrine. CSU. n ANAT 36 — Human Physiology 5 Units Degree Applicable. in contrast to popular depictions of archaeology. skeletal. CSU. human variation. UC 54 hours lecture An introductory course to explore the nature of culture and how cultural anthropologists study cultural phenomena such as language. n ANAT 35 — Human Anatomy 5 Units Degree Applicable. nervous. human variation.Honors 3 Units Degree Applicable. respiratory. UC 54 hours lecture The anthropological approach to the study of human behavior from a cross cultural. CSU. sociopolitical systems. religion. blood vessels and nerves of the body cavities. n ANTH 1L — Biological Anthropology Laboratory 1 Unit Degree Applicable. comparative. digestive. verb. n ANAT 40B — Human Prosection 2 Units Degree Applicable. more student directed discussions and more extensive writing assignments. osteological techniques and measurements. This enriched course is designed for the honors program allowing. adjective. Students will generate and test hypotheses using the techniques and materials of biological anthropology. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY n ANAT 10A — Introductory Human Anatomy 4 Units Degree Applicable. Regional exploration of the human organ systems at the gross level with emphasis on the organs. circulatory. circulatory. and the hominid palentological record are stressed. social and political organization. the arts. Includes regulation and integration of organ systems where appropriate. UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: BIOL 1 and ANAT 50 Macroscopic and microscopic structures of the human body. and microscopic levels based on human material and dissection of the cat. n ANTH 30 — The Native American 3 Units Degree Applicable. economics. CSU. Chicano/Latino Americans. A substantial amount of case material will be drawn from at least three of the following: African Americans. and adverb word forms for non-native English students. circulatory. CSU. excretory (including electrolyte and acid-base balance). and primate behavior observations. and reproductive systems (including human genetics and embryology). for example. respiratory. nervous. indigenous peoples of the United States. CSU 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ANAT 35 Techniques for human prosection. CSU 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ANAT 40A Techniques for human prosection. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program The evolutionary biology of primates with particular emphasis on homonid evolution and behavior. Evolution of culture from the earliest stone toolmakers to the primary civilizations of the Old and New Worlds. religions. A technical presentation is stressed as this course is designed for Social Sciences majors. endocrine. and an evolutionary perspective. personality. CSU. and the hominid palentological record are stressed. and reproductive systems. marriage. CSU. muscular. digestive. Identification of world contributions and contemporary issues for modern Native Americans. endocrine. renal. primate field studies. UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: ANAT 10A or ANAT 35 Advisory: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Integrated study of the function of and interaction between the skeletal. Regional exploration of superficial and deep human muscles at the gross level. nervous. This course may meet the cultural diversity requirement at transfer universities. UC 54 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ANAT 35 and CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Extensive study of human physiology at the cellular and molecular levels covering muscular. emphasizing invention and spread of agriculture and the impact of this change on prehistoric cultures. digestive. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Advisory: READ 90 Aims. Students may not receive credit for both ANTH 1 and ANTH 1H. and world views of diverse world cultures. subsistence. Asian Americans. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Advisory: Eligibility for READ 100 Prehistory and history of Native Americans. One field trip to a zoo for primate observation is required. CSU. excretory. The genetic and evolutionary mechanisms underlying evolution.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n AMLA 61 — American Language Word Forms 1 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture Spoken and written practice in noun. CSU. Designed to serve as an introduction to vertebrate embryology. n ANTH 22 — General Cultural Anthropology 3 Units Degree Applicable. methods and ethics of archaeological research and their application to the archaeological record. and European Americans. Includes genetic observations and calculations. CSU. Section 10 127 . primate field studies. and culture change. n ANAT 40A — Human Prosection 2 Units Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lab Corequisite: ANTH 1 or ANTH 1H (may have been taken previously) Scientific study of human evolution. An exploration into the languages. Anatomy 40A and 40B must be taken in sequence in order to receive credit for college level prosection. n ANTH 1H — Biological Anthropology . CSU. respiratory. kinship systems. economics. Emphasis on cell structures. Overview of the classification system used to organize particular groups into culture areas related to adaptive strategies. and reproductive systems. muscular.

n ARCH 11 — Architectural Drawing 3 Units Degree Applicable. spreadsheet. CSU. Portfolio of working drawing using Building Information Modeling (BIM) and CAD applications of integrated 3-D and 2-D BIM/CAD models will be produced. Portfolio will be produced. CSU 36 hours lecture To offer selected students recognition for their academic interests and ability and the opportunity to explore their disciplines to greater depth. including graphic standards. n ARCH 21 — Design II . ARCH 13 Application of methods and theory used in architectural design projects. oral presentation techniques. ARCH 23 or equivalent experience Application of theory and principles of environmental design as applied to architecture.Environmental Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. Portfolio will be produced. n ARCH 13 — Architectural Illustration 3 Units Degree Applicable. scales. along with an introduction to Arab culture. architectural models. ARCH 14. UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Basic CAD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) and computer application in architecture. CSU. UC 72 hours lecture Intended for students with little or no previous exposure to Arabic. and speaking skills in Modern Standard Arabic. engineering and related fields (including basic word processing. Elements include conceptualization. CSU. ARCH 11 taken prior Analysis and preparation of architectural presentation projects. UC 36 hours lecture 72 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 10. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n ARCH 18 — Architectural CAD and BIM 3 Units Degree Applicable. and color application utilizing various media and development of project portfolio. site analysis. CSU. Emphasizes verbs. writing. ARCH 18 or equivalent experience Architectural Computer Aided Design (CAD) for design development and working drawings. shades and shadows. and speaking skills in Modern Standard Arabic. presentation. ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY n ARCH 10 — Design I . and site analysis of physical/contextual/cultural aspects of design and/or the urban environment. sketching. CAD and presentation applications). UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 21. word patterns. n ARCH 16 — Basic CAD and Computer Application 4 Units Degree Applicable. Field trips are required. n ARCH 23 — Architectural Presentations 3 Units Degree Applicable. and vocabulary building. Includes graphic technique.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n ANTH 99 — Special Projects in Anthropology 2 Units Degree Applicable. 128 2013-14 Mt. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 11 or ARCH 16 3-D Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) for architectural design and design development. design process. CSU. n ARCH 27 — Design III . and perspective projections. Begins to develop elementary reading. Includes some exposure to Formal Spoken Arabic. simple grammatical structures. landscape architecture. n ARCH 26 — Architectural CAD Working Drawings 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 15. Portfolio will be produced. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural drawing techniques. CSU. The content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester and depend on the particular project under consideration. and eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural working drawings and construction documents for light frame (Type V) construction. Process of obtaining design approvals and building permits from proper authorities having jurisdiction. and development of project portfolio. paraline. UC 36 hours lecture 72 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 10. suitable for Building Department submittal. n ARCH 12 — Architectural Materials and Specifications 4 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. Focuses on mastery of Arabic script. n ARAB 2 — Continuing Elementary Arabic 4 Units Degree Applicable. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 11. visualization. introduces short authentic texts. ARCH 11. CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: ARCH 11 Building and zoning codes. urban planning and (civil) engineering. form making. pronunciation. CSU. writing. UC 72 hours lecture Prerequisite: ARAB 1 or equivalent Continues to develop elementary reading. CSU. Portfolio will be produced. ARCH 12.Architectural Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. including schematic and final design.Elements of Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 11 Architectural and interior illustration including perspective drawing. and basic vocabulary. n ARCH 14 — Building and Zoning Codes 3 Units Degree Applicable. urban design. orthographic. including code requirements related to architectural design and construction documentation. the various departments from time to time offer Special Projects courses. CSU 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Building materials and specifications used in architecture and construction. n ARCH 15 — Architectural Working Drawings I 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Fundamentals of design and design process. presentation drawings and construction principles. Portfolio of 3-D building models and extracted 2-D drawings will be produced. San Antonio College Catalog . board layouts using hand-drawn and computer-aided techniques. Includes a lab component of common building material applications. expression. entourage. ARABIC n ARAB 1 — Elementary Arabic 4 Units Degree Applicable.

n ANIM 109 — Advanced Principles of Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 108 Advanced principles of animation including mechanics of motion. UC 54 hours lecture Development of world architecture from the Renaissance to the present. n ARCH 29 — Design IV . anatomical structure.Advanced Project 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Storyboarding with emphasis on storytelling. line composition.Design 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 101A (formerly ANIM 101) Contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching the human figure using drawing techniques for rapid visualization. key posing. inbetweening and clean up through the completion of a final animation. the interaction of form and content. light and shadow. Virtual walk-through and fly-through videos of interior and exterior 3-D models with photo-realistic materials and lighting will be produced. Emphasizes and develops personal interpretation. lip sync and expression applied to story. and socio-economic background on architecture from ancient Egypt. timing sheets. and classic civilizations of Asia and the Americas. UC 54 hours lecture Development of world architecture from pre-history to the Middle Ages. Anatomical landmarks.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Explores traditional and contemporary approaches to sketching and drawing animals. and emotion for the creation of expressive line drawings. proportion. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 18 Architectural CAD 3-D illustration. n ANIM 101B — Figure Gesture . Requires several offcampus field trips. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching objects and the human figure using drawing techniques for rapid visualization. Influence of geography. n ANIM 115 — Storyboarding 3 Units Degree Applicable. Europe through the Middle Ages. Gesture. n ANIM 111B — Animal Drawing 1. Includes basic drawing skills and methods of achieving compositional integrity through objective analysis and synthesis.Design 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 101A Contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching the human figure using drawing techniques for rapid visualization. CSU. staging. n ARCH 32 — World Architecture II 3 Units Degree Applicable. and media exploration.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n ARCH 28 — Architectural CAD Illustration and Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Emphasizes creative expression through the use of drawing media and techniques. n ARCH 31 — World Architecture I 3 Units Degree Applicable. atmospheric and linear perspective. light logic. rendering and animation. Emphasizes and develops perceptual and technical skills for capturing basic visual mechanics of motion and gesture. weighted movement. Influence of environment. and character development. individual expression. CSU. n ANIM 108 — Principles of Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable. and the expressive potential of the human figure will be explored. n ARCH 89 — Architectural Work Experience 1 to 2 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 60 to 150 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Provide actual on-the-job experience in architecture at an approved work site related to classroom instruction.Gesture and Figure 3 Units Degree Applicable. and gesture directed toward animation. May require off-campus assignments. figure-ground relationship. including portfolio development. n ANIM 104 — Drawing Fundamentals 3 Units Degree Applicable. drawing. A minimum of 75 paid (or 60 non-paid) clock hours per semester of supervised work is required for each unit of credit.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 111A Contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching animals using drawing techniques for rapid visualization. ART: ANIMATION n ANIM 101A — Drawing . religion and socio-economic movements on modern architecture. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Principles of drawing for traditional animation concentrating on the mechanics of movement. cinematography. Focus will be on the animated film process from script to storyboards. Emphasizes and develops elements of design for the purposes of visual communication and storytelling. ARCH 27 or equivalent experience Advanced design seminars and complex building design projects in architecture. Emphasizes and develops elements of design for the purposes of visual communication and storytelling Requires several off-campus field trips. n ANIM 107 — Figure in Motion 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 101 or ARTD 17A Drawing human figures in motion. n ANIM 111A — Animal Drawing 1. Emphasis is placed on use of construction. proportion. and notation as it relates to the animation industry. timing. line and action analysis will be explored. n ANIM 101C — Figure Gesture . CSU 36 hours lecture 72 hours lab Advisory: ARCH 23. religion. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Section 10 129 .

n ANIM 146 — Advanced 3-D Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 130 Advisory: ANIM 132 3D character animation principles and procedures used in computer graphics. n ANIM 141 — 2D Game Level Design 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 131 Design of game levels based upon storytelling. Includes camera animation with stage and environmental scenes featuring flythrough. light logic. n ANIM 167 — Visual Development 3 Units Degree Applicable. games. and television. n ANIM 117 — Animation Background Layout 3 Units Degree Applicable. run. television programs. tools. music. mouth positions. character control for animation. n ANIM 148 — Demo-Reel 1. n ANIM 131 — Introduction to Gaming 3 Units Degree Applicable. and lighting for computer graphic games. posing. perspective. design.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n ANIM 116 — Character Development 1. and facial expressions using blend-shape animation. film making. Texture Mapping and Lighting 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 130 3D polygon modeling and UV polygon texture mapping used in computer graphic games. and action sequences for rigged characters using graph editor. building the art. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 163 or (ANIM 101A AND ARTD 16) Development of visual concepts and storytelling for entertainment illustration through use of value. modeling. nonliving objects in a variety of forms such as two-dimensional. n ANIM 132 — Modeling. dialogue. Software used is Autodesk Maya. and world history. Includes asset development of background. body language. and marketing of the game. platform and theme. Students cannot receive credit for both ARTC 167 and ANIM 167. film. Includes the four main game production cycles of: Designing the game. Includes UV texture mapping. modeling. composition and story as applied to layout and background creation for animation. n ANIM 121 — Nature and History of Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable. clay. n ANIM 130 — Introduction to 3-D Computer Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab The field of game design including the principles. n ANIM 137A — Work Experience in New Digital Media 1 to 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 225 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog AND ANIM 132 This course provides college credit and instructional guidance in conjunction with work experience in areas of New Digital Media at an approved work site related to a certificate or degree program of study. and strategies for designing various types of games. theater. and consistent drawing techniques for model sheets will be explored. Includes environment levels for computer graphic games. user interface. and the differences between live action film and inanimate. Includes walk. philosophy. Industry appropriate drawing and painting techniques exploring rendering. A minimum of five hours per week of supervised work (60 non-paid clock hours or 75 paid clock hours per semester) is required for each one unit of credit. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n ANIM 145 — Advanced 3-D Modeling 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 130 Advisory: ANIM 132 3-D modeling with a focus on designing and rigging a character for animation. lighting setup and lighting visual effects. San Antonio College Catalog . literature. Scripts screenplays. color and composition as symbolic tools for communication. social influences that affected the development of animated film and the social impact of the animated product. and the practical application of story adaptation to screenplay. technical production. lighting. movement. or computer created. texturing. Observation of details for character attitude. professional schools or baccalaureate institutions. personality.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 130 Production of a demo-reel representative of student interest. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab 3-D animation covering modeling. live action and animated film. Instructor approval required. TV programs or film. n ANIM 136 — Animation Environment and Level Design 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 130 and ANIM 132 3D digital environment including designing. and rendering using Maya software. color. communication. space and environments are included. and character art. or films. n ANIM 120 — Script Development for Animation 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Creative and problem solving processes as applied to story and script development. n ANIM 151 — Game Prototype Production 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ANIM 131 Creation of game prototypes based upon specific game features and mechanics. 130 2013-14 Mt.5 Units Not Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Drawing and development of characters for animation. Includes early pioneers through current visionaries. CSU. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 54 hours lecture History of animated film and its relationship to the disciplines of art. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Principles of design. strength and skill for entry into animation fields.

and catalogs. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Art and artists studied through class lectures and required field trips. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTG 20 and Eligibility for ENGL 68 Concepts and hands-on applications of curatorial processes. ARTD 20. DVD. n ANIM 175 — Web Animation With Flash 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Principles of animation using Adobe Flash for web and multimedia. Field trips required. Traditional and digital skills for the art of typeface design. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Fundamentals of visual art forms and the role art plays in various historical periods and cultures. newsletters. Focuses on using Adobe InDesign with additional exposure to Photoshop and Illustrator. n ARTC 120 — Graphic Design II 3 Units Degree Applicable. May require field trips.e. and strategies for the design and layout of printed commercial art. n ARTG 21A — Introduction to Exhibition Production 3 Units Degree Applicable. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. CSU. history. Off-campus trips may be required. Artists and Society 3 Units Degree Applicable. theories and terms. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Graphic design concepts. expressive typography. and editing in a production environment (i. Additional exposure to Adobe Illustrator and other professional production tools. drawing. animation.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n ANIM 172 — Motion Graphics. typographic layout. flyers. management skills. type families. styles. Emphasis on problem solving through the sketching process for illustrators. and production. posters. theories. n ARTC 140 — Graphic Design III 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Digital illustration. or PHOT 4 Contemporary graphic design for the commercial arts industry. Field trips required. printmaking and sculpture are explored. Students may not earn credit for both ARTB 1 and AHIS 1 or AHIS 1H. TV. compositing. n ARTC 160 — Typography 3 Units Degree Applicable. design. and concepts working primarily with vector art. visual effects. Section 10 131 . UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Creative expression through the visual and applied arts. and gallery operations. Compositing and 3 Units Visual Effects Degree Applicable. n ARTG 21B — Intermediate Exhibition Production 3 Units Degree Applicable. characteristics. creativity. ART: GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION n ARTC 100 — Graphic Design I 3 Units Degree Applicable. Painting. skills. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. and principles of typography in graphic design. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 70 Elements of motion graphics: design. n ARTG 22A — Exhibition Design and Art Gallery 1 to 3 Units Operation Work Experience Degree Applicable 75 to 225 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTG 21B Provides on-the-job experience in exhibition design and art gallery operation at an approved work site related to the classroombased learning. books. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTG 21A Exhibition planning. theories. CSU. n ARTB 14 — Basic Studio Arts 3 Units Degree Applicable. The professional side of the arts with emphasis on contemporary art. with emphasis on historical and contemporary terms. Focuses on using Adobe Illustrator as the primary development tool. operation and management. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Essential tools to conceptualize. symbols. or Web) using industry standard software. research. ART: GALLERY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES n ARTG 20 — Art. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARTD 15A. design. and express creative ideas dynamically through the art of sketching. communicate. with an overview of art movements. Public art display and exhibition design. theories and media will be explored. Covers technology. animators. movements and media in the context of an art exhibition production. and fine artists. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 Design and use of basic letterforms. entertainment designers. brochures. Focuses on using Adobe Photoshop to produce effective commercial art. Film. Art as a profession. Covers typical printed products including advertisements. n ARTC 163 — Dynamic Sketching 3 Units Degree Applicable. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ART: BASIC STUDIO ARTS n ARTB 1 — Understanding the Visual Arts 3 Units Degree Applicable. and conceptual thinking. typography.

students advance to produce more complex illustrations. n ARTC 200 — Web Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. Fashion Merchandising. book. Emphasis is placed on concept development and artistic expression utilizing principles and elements of three-dimensional design as well as practical experiments with various media. Bookmarks Contents n ARTC 299 — Graphic Design Internship 1 to 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 225 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Advisory: ARTC 120 and ARTC 220 Provides students with on-the-job experience in graphic design. Using professional illustration software. basic video editing. Industrial Design. Web Design. n ARTC 280 — Commercial Art Studio . design.Special Projects 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 36 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 semester units in Graphic Design. and assembly of a portfolio. typically involving clients from the college or community. and their integration to electronic media. Animation. n ARTC 220 — Graphic Design IV 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 Advisory: ARTC 140 Advanced graphic design concepts and skills working with Adobe Photoshop and other graphic design applications. color and composition as symbolic tools for communication. Also includes cover letter and resume preparation. Illustration. vocabulary. CSU. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ART: SPECIAL STUDIO ARTS n ARTZ 50 — Specialized Studio-Art Studies 2 Units Degree Applicable. and political issues. Proper uses of illustrative rendering techniques in traditional drawing and painting media. Selection. produce. illustration or other graphic design related field in an approved work site. preparation. usability. including animation and video integration are explored. Covers technical skills including intermediate web design. Architectural Design. n ARTC 240 — Multimedia Design 3 Units Degree Applicable. 132 2013-14 Mt. San Antonio College Catalog . UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Clay. It is recommended that the hours per week are equally distributed throughout the semester. Professor authorization needed prior to enrollment. delivery channel for multimedia. paper. professional art school. or professional field of choice. Collaborative. Art. and basic animation. n ARTC 169 — Conceptual Illustration 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A and (ARTD 25A or ARTC 165) Advisory: ANIM 101A Development of visual concepts and vocabulary to create unique and provocative editorial illustration interpretations based on social. Architectural Design. Focus is on the web as the primary. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 200 Multimedia design and development using a variety of professional software and tools. Projects will be “real world” and complex in scope. production. oral and written criticism. media design. Field trip required. advertising design. Industrial Design. CSS. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Develops perception and enhances decision making within the three-dimensional world. clarity of communication. or package of works of art. glazes and firing through lecture and projects in hand building and on the wheel. Emphasis on developing skills. and marketing of web site development using contemporary methods including XHTML. editorial. Exploration of personal style and media with emphasis on contemporary art trends. teams will research. CSU. ART: THREE-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ARTS n ARTS 22 — Design: Three-Dimensional 3 Units Degree Applicable. analysis of form. n ARTS 30A — Ceramics: Beginning I 3 Units Degree Applicable. n ARTC 167 — Visual Development 3 Units Degree Applicable. Art. although not exclusive. peripherals. Web-focused multimedia concepts. Illustration. cultural. that represent individual interests and strengths of students from the visual arts disciplines for use in entering a four-year institution. Web Design. Covers creative and conceptual skills including interface design. and deliver commercial art projects. Interior Design. interdisciplinary. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each unit of credit. web design.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n ARTC 165 — Illustration 3 Units Degree Applicable. and user experience. design. and contemporary tools including Adobe Dreamweaver and Flash. basic sound editing. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Corequisite: ARTD 20 or ARTD 21 or ARTD 17A or ANIM 101A (any of which may have been taken previously) Contemporary illustration with an emphasis on story. Students cannot receive credit for both ARTC 167 and ANIM 167. n ARTC 290 — Portfolio 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 semester units in one of the following programs: Graphic Design. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 Design. Animation. Photography or Computer Graphics. function and aesthetics through projects. Fashion Merchandising. CSU 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTC 163 or (ANIM 101A AND ARTD 16) Development of visual concepts and storytelling for entertainment illustration through use of value. and color laser printing. including digital and multimedia formats. CSU 18 hours lecture 54 hours lab Allows the student to pursue more advanced studio projects and experiments in an area of interest in Studio Arts specialization. Interior Design or Computer Graphics. and advertising applications.

integrating hand building and wheel work for a single object.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n ARTS 30B — Ceramics: Beginning II 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 40A Sculpture projects in subtractive. Development of perceptual and technical skills in clay modeling from the human figure. Uses the formal elements and principles in black. n ARTS 41B — Sculpture: Intermediate Life 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. power and pneumatic tools. concept development. Section 10 133 . n ARTD 16 — Drawing: Perspective 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. Emphasis on developing skills. using up to 5 pounds of clay and developing vocabulary. molding. Field trip required. form and content. motion and human anatomy as it informs sculptural form. n ARTS 40C — Sculpture: Carving 3 Units Degree Applicable. Emphasis is on repetition of forms. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A Drawing course emphasizing perceptual and technical skills to compose in dry and fluid media. CSU. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 40A Advanced projects in stone or wood carving offering the opportunity to further explore carving using hand. Field trips required. Principles of sculptural design. Emphasis is on individual interpretation. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab An entry level course emphasizing creative expression through the use of drawing media. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Linear perspective drawing techniques for artists and illustrators. gesture. Emphasis is placed on basic drawing methods and skills. function. and craftsmanship through projects. n ARTS 46A — Sculpture: Special Effects Makeup 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Advisory: ARTS 42 Modeling. n ARTS 46B — Sculpture: Special Effects Makeup 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 46A Sculpture special effects modeling. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ART: TWO-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ARTS n ARTD 15A — Drawing: Beginning 3 Units Degree Applicable. glazes and firing through projects that are hand built. CSU. Allows the student to pursue more advanced and complex sculpture projects with emphasis on the development of an individual creative direction. additive and manipulative approaches. Loading. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Traditional and contemporary approaches to sculpture. vocabulary and analysis of form. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 30A Clay. oral and written criticism. CSU. firing and unloading kilns included. Field trips required. CSU. n ARTS 41A — Sculpture: Life 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Clay. n ARTS 33 — Ceramics: Hand Construction 3 Units Degree Applicable. torso or mouth. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 18 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 30A Advisory: ARTS 33 Advanced study of the ceramic vessel through the integration of technique. n ARTS 31 — Ceramics: Advanced Studio 2 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 30B Advanced study of ceramics with emphasis on integrating form and surface with content and developing a personal style. n ARTS 42 — Sculpture: Mold Making 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Construction and use of flexible and plaster molds. CSU. n ARTS 34 — The Sculptural Vessel 3 Units Degree Applicable. technique and materials as an integral part of creative expression. n ARTD 15B — Drawing: Intermediate 3 Units Degree Applicable. skill and aesthetics. CSU. CSU. white and color in representational and expressionistic styles. CSU. n ARTS 99 — Sculpture Special Studies 2 Units Degree Applicable 107 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 22 or ARTS 40A or ARTS 41A Extended sculpture experiences supplementary to those available in sculpture courses. Field trip required. CSU. molding and casting techniques and materials applied to create appliances for the full human head. composition and exploration of drawing media. n ARTS 40A — Sculpture: Beginning 3 Units Degree Applicable. glazes and firing. Content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester. casting of makeup appliances and masks to the human figure. discussion. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Modeling from the human figure with emphasis on composition. n ARTS 40B — Sculpture: Intermediate 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTS 41A Sculptural study of the human figure with emphasis on artistic development and stylistic exploration of human anatomy using materials and techniques suitable for the human form.

UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 20 Color theory and relationships of pigment and light. CSU. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 25A Creation of large paintings through various styles including mixed media. n ARTD 21 — Design: Color and Composition 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. cultural traditions and craftsmanship through projects. Focus is on color registration. Emphasis on color harmonies. light logic. UC 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Contemporary and traditional approaches to constructing images of the human head and hands. and the expressive potential of the human figure will be explored. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 43A Creation of complex editioned color prints in relief and intaglio printmaking from multiple matrices. n ARTD 43B — Intermediate Printmaking in Intaglio/Relief 3 Units Degree Applicable. n ARTD 25A — Beginning Painting I 3 Units Degree Applicable. line. Emphasis is on skill development. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Contemporary and traditional approaches to drawing the human figure. line. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 26A Development of a personal style focusing on conceptual issues and art historical influences. proportion. Surface anatomy. Anatomy. n ARTD 25B — Beginning Painting II 3 Units Degree Applicable. the effects of light. CSU. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 17A Contemporary and traditional approaches to drawing the human figure. Field trips may be required. Conceptualization of work is done by responding to current and past art movements and popular culture in order to create unique artworks. Off-campus assignments may be required. discussion. and media exploration. and color. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Two-dimensional composition in achromatic value and color using the elements and principles of art and design. n ARTD 23B — Drawing: Advanced Heads and Hands 1. expression and the interaction of form and content. Emphasizes and develops techniques for rendering as well as capturing a likeness. Field trips may be required. Students will conceptualize their work by responding to current and past art movements and popular culture in order to create unique artworks. composition.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 23 Explores contemporary and traditional approaches to drawing the human head and hands. compositional devices. 134 2013-14 Mt. CSU. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Creative techniques in fine art printmaking using relief and intaglio processes. Emphasis is placed upon painting skills as related to transparent watercolor methods as well as exploration into opaque and mixed-media approaches.5 Units Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture 36 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 23 Explores contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching the human head and hands. individual expression. vocabulary and analysis of its aesthetics. n ARTD 26A — Intermediate Painting I 3 Units Degree Applicable. n ARTD 19A — Figure Painting 3 Units Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 17A Painting the draped and nude figure with emphasis on observation and accurate representation. Emphasis is on developing skills. and oral and written criticism. and critical analysis of aesthetics. n ARTD 20 — Design: Two-Dimensional 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Creative techniques in planographic printmaking using lithography. Through poses of various lengths. n ARTD 27 — Painting: Watercolor 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. color palettes. n ARTD 23C — Drawing: Expressive Heads and Hands 1.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n ARTD 17A — Drawing: Life 3 Units Degree Applicable. Field trips may be required. and painting techniques. CSU. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n ARTD 26B — Intermediate Painting II 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. color perception and expression in their application to design and composition and as used in all disciplines of the arts. composition. color matching. vocabulary expansion. project collaboration. Includes conceptualization and communication of ideas and solving compositional and technical painting problems with a variety of materials. n ARTD 23A — Drawing: Head and Hands 1. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Development of basic paint applications in various styles and subjects focusing on the formal elements of composition. CSU. Anatomy. Emphasis on vocabulary. and craftsmanship through projects. theory. San Antonio College Catalog .5 Units Degree Applicable. composition. n ARTD 17B — Drawing: Life-Advanced 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. and oral and written criticism. and analysis of the formal elements and principles as they apply to studio projects in design for all disciplines of the arts. CSU. discussion. and learning how to combine different printing techniques in order to realize personal artistic expression. students will learn to depict the human figure using light logic. Emphasis is placed on personal interpretation. proportion. light and shadow. light and shadow. proportion. n ARTD 43A — Introduction to Printmaking 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. CSU. Off-campus assignments may be required. CSU. light logic. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 25B Creation of large paintings focusing on conceptual issues and art historical influences. personal style and the expressive potential of the human figure will be explored. historical context. historical context. n ARTD 44A — Printmaking: Introduction to Lithography I 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 15A OR ARTD 20 OR ARTD 25A Watercolor techniques as they relate to compositional and technical processes in painting.

Field trips may be required. Field trips may be required. discussion. Off-campus assignments may be required. n ARTD 99 — Figure Drawing Special Studies 2 Units Degree Applicable 108 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 17A. Students may not receive credit for both AHIS 4 (formerly ARTA 4) and AHIS 4H. discussion. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 45A Complex multi-color registration in screenprinting. Students may not earn credit for both ARTB 1 and AHIS 1. ANIM 101A. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Non-toxic printmaking processes that use a variety of light sensitive polymer plates for intaglio and relief. demonstrating the relationship of various visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context in which they were produced. exploration of printing on a variety of substrates. demonstrating the relationship of various visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context in which they were produced. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Printmaking methods including carborundum prints and collography with the main focus on monotype and monoprint. CSU. n AHIS 3 — History of Women and Gender in Art 3 Units Degree Applicable. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ART HISTORY n AHIS 1 — Understanding the Visual Arts 3 Units Degree Applicable. Emphasis on registration of colors.Honors 3 Units Degree Applicable. and oral and written criticism. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility ENGL 68 Roles of women and gender in cultural creation and production with a focus on the visual arts. covering the role of women artists in the history of art and the representation of gender in a variety of cultures and time periods. Field trips may be required. CSU. CSU. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Western art from the Prehistoric through Gothic periods demonstrating the relationship of various visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context in which they were produced. CSU. Field trips may be required. n ARTD 45B — Printmaking: Intermediate Screenprinting 3 Units Degree Applicable. This is an honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. color registration. Emphasis is on the 20th century. historical context and craftsmanship through projects. covering the role of women artists in the history of art and the representation of gender in a variety of cultures and time periods.Honors Degree Applicable. A historical and global survey. n ARTD 46A — Introduction to Painterly Printmaking 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 46A Painterly printmaking techniques such as viscosity etchings and the complexities of simultaneous relief and intaglio printing inherent in collography. Students may not receive credit for both AHIS 5 (formerly ARTA 5) and AHIS 5H. A historical and global survey. CSU. Focus is on techniques in stone lithography. contemporary context. Emphasis on developing skills in painterly approaches to printmaking. Field trips may be required. historical context and role in contemporary society are examined through projects. and oral and written criticism.Honors Degree Applicable. Off-campus trips may be required. Students may not receive credit for both AHIS 3 (formerly ARTA 3) and AHIS 3H. Content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester. Off campus trips may be required. and craftsmanship are developed through projects. Section 10 135 .Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n ARTD 44B — Printmaking: Intermediate Lithography 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Western art from the Renaissance through Modern periods. n AHIS 5H — History of Western Art: Renaissance 3 Units Through Modern . Emphasis on achieving personal artistic expression. CSU. n AHIS 5 — History of Western Art: Renaissance 3 Units Through Modern Degree Applicable. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. influences. n ARTD 46B — Intermediate Painterly Printmaking 3 Units Degree Applicable. Screenprinting’s aesthetics. and combining these techniques with traditional processes. its vocabulary. CSU. and composition issues. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Western art from the Prehistoric through Gothic periods. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility ENGL 68 Artistic movements. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. n AHIS 3H — History of Women and Gender in Art . the international and multicultural character of Modern art will be explored. CSU. Field trips may be required. Emphasis is on developing skills. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Western art from the Renaissance through Modern periods demonstrating the relationship of various visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context in which they were produced. and integration of social and political issues in print design. preparation of imagery with digital means. CSU. UC (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: ARTD 44A Single and multi-color composition in lithographic printmaking. UC 36 hours lecture 71 hours lab Creative techniques in fine art screenprinting printmaking. Vocabulary and critical understanding of aesthetics. n ARTD 47A — Printing: Alternative Methods Relief 3 Units and Intaglio Degree Applicable. n AHIS 4H — History of Western Art: Prehistoric 3 Units Through Gothic . CSU. discussion of craftsmanship and content by oral and written discussion and criticism. or ARTD 23A Specialized studies exploring advanced and complex figure drawing projects with emphasis on the development of an individual creative direction. n ARTD 45A — Printmaking: Introduction to Screenprinting 3 Units Degree Applicable. and critical understanding of its aesthetics. Field trips may be required. vocabulary and critical understanding of the different stencil methods used in serigraphy. n AHIS 4 — History of Western Art: Prehistoric 3 Units Through Gothic Degree Applicable. and individuals who have formed the Modern tradition. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Roles of women and gender in cultural creation and production with a focus on the visual arts. n AHIS 6 — History of Modern Art 3 Units Degree Applicable. Off-campus assignments may be required. CSU. Field trips may be required. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Fundamentals of visual art forms and the role art plays in various historical periods and cultures. CSU.

Students may not receive credit for both AHIS 12 (formerly ARTA 12) and AHIS 12H. UC 54 hours lab Corequisite: ASTR 5 or 5H OR 7 or 8 (May have been taken previously) Advisory: Math 51 Practical experience in astronomy including use of telescopes and demonstrations in the college planetarium. and 3 Units Native American Art Degree Applicable. Oceania and Australia. n AHIS 11 — History of African. CSU. Major monuments of sculpture. Emphasis is on the 20th century and the international and multicultural character of Modern art. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive laboratory science credit. UC 54 hours lecture A study of the Earth-like planets. results of space exploration and modern cosmology. results of space exploration and modern cosmology. Bookmarks Contents ASTRONOMY n ASTR 5 — Introduction to Astronomy 3 Units Degree Applicable. Emphasis on solar system bodies other than Earth. Historical perceptions of Classical art and culture and their impact on Europe and America will be studied. CSU. landsliding. architecture. n AHIS 12 — History of Precolumbian Art and Architecture 3 Units Degree Applicable. Students may not receive credit for both ASTR 5H and ASTR 5. CSU. n AHIS 9 — History of Asian Art and Architecture 3 Units Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A An introductory. CSU. CSU. n AHIS 10 — A History of Greek and Roman Art 3 Units and Architecture Degree Applicable. Topics include the origin and evolution of planets. Field trip(s) required. structure and evolution of stars. and Inca will be studied in their cultural contexts. and Inca will be studied in their cultural contexts. ceramics and textiles from civilizations including the Maya. Field trips may be required. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Artistic movements. painting. architecture.Honors 3 Units Degree Applicable. The importance of Rome and the Romans to later cultures will be explored. San Antonio College Catalog . UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Asian artistic traditions. rock formation. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. Major monuments and archeological remains will be studied in cultural and historical context. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive laboratory science credit. Surveys geological methods and their application to the study of cratering. galaxies. sculpture. Christian. Aztecs. CSU. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. UC 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 A critical history of Greek and Roman art and architecture before 500 CE will be examined in their cultural contexts. etc. tectonic and volcanic activity. and galaxies. and culture of Pompeii and neighboring cities destroyed in the volcanic eruption of 79 CE. non-technical survey of the Universe. and the opportunity to explore the discipline in greater depth. and the universe. CSU. The content of this course and the methods of study vary and depend on the particular project under consideration. Jewish. n ASTR 5H — Introduction to Astronomy . n ASTR 8 — Introduction to Stars. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Medieval art and architecture in Europe and the Mediterranean. ceramics and textiles from civilizations including the Maya. Off-campus trips may be required. stars. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program The arts of Precolumbian Mesoamerica and Andean South America. n AHIS 12H — History of Precolumbian Art and 3 Units Architecture . Major works of art and architecture will be studied in cultural and historical context. painting. stars. CSU. UC 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 The arts of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and Andean South America. Field trips may be required. from a geological point of view. Galaxies. architecture and other visual art forms are studied within their religious and cultural contexts. satellites. n AHIS 14 — Rome: The Ancient City 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. architecture. non-technical survey of the Universe. CSU. CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Advisory: AHIS 1 Offers selected students recognition for their academic interest and ability. Fundamental concepts and facts of astronomy. sculpture. Students may not receive credit for both AHIS 6 (formerly ARTA 6) and AHIS 6H. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Occasional evening observing sessions with the telescopes and other field trips are required. UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Traditional arts of African tribes and kingdoms. and meteorites. n ASTR 7 — Geology of the Solar System 3 Units Degree Applicable. influences. n ASTR 5L — Astronomical Observing Laboratory 1 Unit Degree Applicable. n AHIS 99 — Special Projects in Art History 2 Units Degree Applicable. UC 54 hours lecture Survey of current astronomical models. architecture. Major monuments of sculpture. Aztecs. CSU. Visual arts including painting.Honors Degree Applicable. An introductory. n AHIS 8 — History of Medieval Art and Architecture 3 Units Degree Applicable. erosion. Topics include the origin and evolution of planets. CSU. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive lab science credit. n AHIS 15 — Culture and Art of Pompeii 3 Units Degree Applicable. and ritual objects will be studied in their cultural contexts. weathering. and individuals who have formed the Modern tradition.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n AHIS 6H — History of Modern Art . 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Course Descriptions n ASTR 99 — Special Projects in Astronomy 2 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture In order to offer students recognition for their academic interests and ability, and the opportunity to explore their disciplines to greater depth, the various departments from time to time offer Special Projects courses. The content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester and depend on the particular project under consideration. Student must have instructor’s authorization before enrolling in this class. n BIOL 4 — Biology for Majors 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: (CHEM 10 or CHEM 40) AND MATH 71 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Principles of biology required for advanced study, including cellular and molecular biology, bioenergetics, genetics, reproduction, evolution, biodiversity, and ecology. General Biology for science majors. One hour discussion group per week. Field trips with extensive hiking required. n BIOL 4H — Biology for Majors - Honors 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 71 hours lab Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program; (CHEM 40 or CHEM 10) AND MATH 71 Principles of biology required for advanced study including concepts of cellular and molecular biology, bioenergetics, genetics, reproduction, evolution, biodiversity and ecology. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BIOL 4 and BIOL 4H. Field trips with extensive hiking required. n BIOL 5 — Contemporary Health Issues 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Contemporary health issues known to affect the quality and longevity of life. Topics include: sexuality and reproduction, stress management, fitness and nutrition, substance use and abuse, and environmental quality. Emphasis on prevention of illness and injuries. n BIOL 6 — Humans and the Environment 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Ecological concepts to aid understanding our environmental crisis and determining courses of action to correct the problem. Emphasis will be placed on specific problems of population, pollution, preservation of wildlife and wilderness, and open space. A historical appraisal of human attitudes toward the land and of the necessity of developing a new land ethic. n BIOL 6L — Humans and the Environment Laboratory 2 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 108 hours lab Corequisite: BIOL 6 (may have been taken previously) Investigates major principles and problems of humans and the environment in the field and in the biological science laboratory. Most laboratory meetings will be conducted at off-campus locations. Some trips will require significant amounts of walking. Course includes one weekend field trip. Taking BIO 6 prior to BIO 6L is highly recommended. n BIOL 8 — Cell and Molecular Biology 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H, and CHEM 50 Cell and molecular biology including eukaryotic cells, eukaryotic organelles, protein structure and functions; DNA and RNA structure and functions; protein synthesis; genome organization in viruses, prokaryotes and eukaryotes; gene cloning; protein and DNA technology and applications of genetic engineering. n BIOL 13 — Human Reproduction, Development and Aging 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Human Development, from conception to death. Conception, growth, maturation and aging are studied as a natural continuum, influenced by our biophysical and psychosocial environment. Includes developmental theories and scientific methods used to study development. Field trips to several off-campus sites are required n BIOL 15 — Human Sexuality 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Surveys biological, behavioral, cultural and ethical aspects of human sexuality. Contains mature and sexually explicit content. n BIOL 15H — Human Sexuality - Honors 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Surveys biological, behavioral, cultural and ethical aspects of human sexuality. Contains mature and sexually explicit content. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BIOL 15 and BIOL 15H. n BIOL 17 — Neurobiology and Behavior 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture An integrated analysis of the biological, ecological and evolutionary bases of behavior (ethology.) Historical and evolutionary contexts are emphasized through a detailed consideration of the psychobiological, ecological, ontological and sociobiological determinants of animal behavior. Field trips may be required.

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n BIOL 1 — General Biology 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Advisory: READ 90 Major principles and concepts, including cellular biology, energy relationships, biological systems, heredity, evolution and ecology for non-science majors. n BIOL 2 — Plant and Animal Biology 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4; and MATH 71 Basic structures and functions of plants and animals including concepts in systematics, evolution, physiology, ecology, and biotic relationships. n BIOL 3 — Ecology and Field Biology 4 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 54 hours lab Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Identification and ecological relationships of common local plants and animals. Emphasizes evolutionary relationships; ecology including animal behavior, communities, ecosystems, wilderness and wildlife preservation, and population dynamics. Techniques of collecting and preserving. Many laboratory meetings conducted off campus; most trips require walking and/or hiking. Hiking, weekend and other field trips required.

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BUSINESS: ACCOUNTING
n BUSA 7 — Principles of Accounting - Financial 5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 90 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 11 or eligibility for MATH 51 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Introduction to financial accounting required of Business Administration and Accounting majors. Defines financial accounting and its relevance to business decision makers, accounting concepts and techniques, analysis and recording of financial transactions, and preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements focusing on application of generally accepted accounting practices. Includes asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, ethics, and financial statement analysis. General Ledger Accounting Software program is integrated throughout and used to complete various homework assignments. n BUSA 8 — Principles of Accounting - Managerial 5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 90 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 7 Managerial accounting concepts and principles. Includes the role of managerial accounting, cost management concepts, cost behavior and relevant costs, job order and process costing, costvolume-profit analysis, absorption and variable costing, profit planning and budgeting, standard costing and flexible budgeting, responsibility accounting and segment reporting, capital budgeting decisions, activity based costing, and cost management for just in time environments. Excel spreadsheet software is used to solve accounting problems or decision making in business. n BUSA 11 — Fundamentals of Accounting 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50 Accounting vocabulary and theory, equations to solve word problems, simple and compound interest, present value, consumer and business credit, mortgages, financial statements and ratios, inventory, depreciation, business taxes, investments. n BUSA 21 — Cost Accounting 4.5 Units Degree Applicable 72 hours lecture 18 hours lab Prerequisite: BUSA 8 Practical and theoretical concepts of cost accounting. Includes variable and fixed costs, cost-volume-profit analysis, job order and process costing, activity-based costing, general and flexible budgeting, standard costs, product costing and pricing methods, cost allocation, inventory management, capital budgeting, and transfer pricing.

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BOTANY
n BTNY 3 — Plant Structures, Functions, and Diversity 5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture 108 hours lab Advisory: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 and eligibility for ENGL 1A Structures, functions, and diversity of plants, fungi, and algae. Includes comparative morphology and phylogenetic relationships of organisms from bacteria to angiosperms with an emphasis on ethnobotany, evolution, classification, ecology and conservation. Several laboratory meetings are mandatory field trips, conducted off-campus, and students provide their own transportation.

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Course Descriptions n BUSA 52 — Intermediate Accounting 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 8 Accounting concepts and principles and an in-depth analysis of the balance sheet and income statement. Emphasis is placed on the changing nature of principles and practices, the application of present-value concepts, the complexity of transactions that arise in a multifaceted economic environment and the use of accounting information in decision making. n BUSA 58 — Federal Income Tax Law 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Federal income tax law as related to individuals, with comparison to partnerships, corporations and state. Emphasis is placed on individual income taxes and related problems including research through the use of a federal tax reporting service. n BUSA 68 — Business Mathematics 3 Units Not Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, percentages, fractions, sign numbers, equations and problem solving. n BUSA 70 — Payroll and Tax Accounting 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for BUSA 11 On-the-job payroll accounting. Surveys the various tax procedures required by the employer and employee in filing the correct forms for Social Security, federal, and state income taxes and their reconciliation. Laws related to Worker’s Compensation, State Disability Benefit Laws and Fair Employment Practices are discussed. n BUSA 71 — Personal Financial Planning 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Personal and family financial planning for those who wish to understand their own finances across the lifespan and assist others in money management. Topics include financial goal setting, budgeting, consumer credit, debt management, banking functions, income taxes, home ownership, insurance, investing, and retirement planning. Students may not earn credit for both BUSA 71 and FCS 80. n BUSA 72 — Bookkeeping - Accounting 5 Units Degree Applicable 90 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50 Bookkeeping and accounting principles including the accounting cycle for service and merchandising companies, cash management, payroll and special journals. Computerized simulations and completion of an accounting project for a company. n BUSA 75 — Using Microcomputers in Financial Accounting 1 Unit Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Accounting concepts utilizing a computerized ledger software program. Hands-on use of a microcomputer to process accounting transactions, prepare statements and reports, and complete accounting cycle tasks. Completion of a computerized accounting practice set will be required. n BUSA 76 — Using Microcomputers in 1 Unit Managerial Accounting Degree Applicable 18 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Analysis of financial data and preparation of managerial accounting reports using Excel software. Development of what-if formulas to be used as an aid in decision-making. Includes manufacturing and consolidation worksheets, financial statement analysis, and statement of cash flows. n BUSA 81 — Work Experience in Accounting 1 to 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Advisory: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Provides accounting students with actual on-the- job experience in an approved work site which is related to classroombased learning. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. Work experience placement is not guaranteed but assistance is provided. n BUSO 25 — Business Communications 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Written communications including letters and memos meeting a variety of situations in the business environment. Includes writing of good news, bad news, sales, claims, and persuasive correspondence; letters and resumes appropriate to job seeking and application; and practicing oral skills as applied to job interviews and business reports. n BUSO 26 — Oral Communications for Business 3 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 54 hours lecture Oral communication used in business situations such as training sessions, presentations, professional discussions, and telephone interactions.

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BUSINESS: ECONOMICS
n BUSC 1A — Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A, and successful completion of MATH 71 or MATH 71B or MATH 71X Principles of aggregate economic analysis; economic cycles including recession, unemployment, inflation and economic growth; national income accounts; money and financial institutions; monetary and fiscal policy; alternative economic viewpoint; budget deficits and public debts; international trade and finance. n BUSC 1AH — Principles of Economics 3 Units - Macroeconomics - Honors Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program and MATH 71, or MATH 71B, or MATH 71X Principles of aggregate economic analysis; economic cycles including recession, unemployment, inflation and economic growth; national income accounts; money and financial institutions; monetary and fiscal policy; alternative economic viewpoint; budget deficits and public debts; international trade and finance. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BUSC 1A and BUSC 1AH.

BUSINESS: BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
n BUSO 5 — Business English 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Skills and techniques of English, as applied to business situations, with emphasis on effective document structure.

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Course Descriptions n BUSC 1B — Principles of Economics - Microeconomics 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH Economic analysis with emphasis on price and distribution theory, scarcity, opportunity costs, supply, demand, elasticity of supply and demand, consumer’s behavior, cost theory and output determination under various market structures, factor markets, public choice, income distribution, externalities and government regulation, and comparative economic systems. n BUSC 1BH — Principles of Economics 3 Units - Microeconomics - Honors Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH Economic analysis with emphasis on price and distribution theory, scarcity, opportunity costs, supply, demand, elasticity of supply and demand, consumer’s behavior, cost theory and output determination under various market structures, factor markets, public choice, income distribution, externalities and government regulation, and comparative economic systems. This is an honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BUSC 1B and BUSC 1BH. n BUSC 17 — Applied Business Statistics 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: MATH 71 Statistical reasoning and application of primary statistical techniques used in solving managerial problems. Topics include collection and interpretation of data, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability distributions, sampling and estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, linear regression and correlation and index numbers. n BUSL 18H — Business Law - Honors 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Principles of business law emphasizing legal setting of business, nature of the law and court procedure, principles of contract law, sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code, torts, and criminal law. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both BUSL 18 and BUSL 18H. n BUSL 19 — Advanced Business Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Advisory: BUSL 18 Principles of business law emphasizing commercial paper, agency, partnerships, corporations, bankruptcy, regulation of trade and real property. n BUSL 20 — International Business Law 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 A comparative approach to the study of the international legal environment for business. Cultural, political, economic and ethical issues are emphasized as well as traditional business law subjects such as sales, commercial paper, corporate law, agency, licensing, employment, crimes, trade regulation and technology transfers.

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n BUSM 50 — World Culture: A Business Perspective 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture An overview of the effects of culture on business communication and interaction. Cultural roles and components are described and related to the business environment and the student’s own culture. n BUSM 51 — Principles of International Business 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5 International business environment with a global perspective. Introduces global viewpoints across the full spectrum of business functions, including, but not limited to: accounting, finance, human resources, management, operations, production, purchasing, and strategic planning. n BUSM 52 — Principles of Exporting and Importing 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5 Practical information needed to participate in activities related to the exporting and importing of goods and services . Includes vocabulary, acronyms and information needed for an understanding of and participating in the exporting and importing of goods and services. n BUSM 60 — Human Relations in Business 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Inter-disciplinary study of how people work and relate at the individual, group and organizational level. Topics include motivation, team work, leadership skill and how to handle organizational change. n BUSM 61 — Business Organization and Management 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Advisory: BUSM 20 Functions of management, management concepts, planning, organizing, staffing and controlling. Theories of management, lines of authority, functions of departments, and the importance of policies, procedures, and controls. n BUSM 62 — Human Resource Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Direction of people including guidance, control supervisory problems, training, job analysis interviewing, testing, rating, and other functions involving human resources. Designed to improve the overall understanding of the relationship between the individual and the business organization.

BUSINESS: MANAGEMENT
n BUSM 10 — Principles of Continuous Quality Improvement 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: BUSO 5 or eligibility for ENGL 68 History and evolution of thought in Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), including the theories and methods of Deming, Juran and Crosby. Practical application of Quality management processes and tools are presented for the continuous improvement of organizational quality. Relevant case studies are included. n BUSM 20 — Principles of Business 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Study of business and its functions, background, development, organization, and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered.

BUSINESS: LAW
n BUSL 18 — Business Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of business law emphasizing legal setting of business, nature of the law and court procedures, principles of contract law, sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code, torts, and criminal law.

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Course Descriptions n BUSM 66 — Small Business Management 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Organizing, starting, and operating a small business enterprise. Emphasis on entrepreneurial applications in a small business environment. n BUSM 81 — Work Experience in Business 1 to 4 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 to 300 hours lab Corequisite: BUSM 20 (may have been taken previously) Provides business students with actual on-the-job experience in an approved worksite which is related to classroom-based learning. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester is required for each one unit of credit. Work experience placement is not guaranteed but assistance is provided. n BUSM 85 — Special Issues in Business 2 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Provide business majors with a forum to gain knowledge, develop techniques, problem solve and implement solutions in an actual business situation. n PLGL 33A — Civil Procedure I 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Corequisite: PLGL 30 (May have been taken previously) Analysis of the pretrial procedural steps to litigating a cause of action. Examines the concepts of jurisdiction, venue, parties to the action, summons, default judgments, and pleadings. n PLGL 33B — Civil Procedure II 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: PLGL 33A Preparing for litigation. Includes discovery, preparation of law and motion documents, remedies, summary judgments, motions to dismiss, settlements, and arbitration. n PLGL 35A — Law Office Procedures 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Corequisite: PLGL 30 (may have been taken previously) Examines procedures utilized by a paralegal in a law office. Court systems, preparation and filing of legal papers and court documents, and drafting specialized documents in such areas as estate planning, real estate, divorce, unlawful detainer, adoption, corporations, conservatorships and guardianships. n PLGL 35B — Automated Law Office Procedures 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: PLGL 30 and PLGL 35A Advisory: CISB 15 Use of the personal computer for special purposes in the law office; includes the drafting of pleadings, document control, preparation of billing, law office and case load management, and tax reports. n PLGL 36 — Paralegal Internship 1 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass only) 75 hours lab Prerequisite: PLGL 31A, PLGL 33A, and PLGL 35A Corequisite: PLGL 31B, PLGL 33B, PLGL 35B, PLGL 37, PLGL 39 (may have been taken previously) Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the paralegal profession which relates to student’s classroom based learning. Placement is not guaranteed but assistance is provided by the paralegal faculty. A minimum of five hours per week of supervised work (minimum 75 paid clock hours or 60 nonpaid clock hours per semester) is required. n PLGL 37 — Tort Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Analysis of the law of torts including intentional torts such as assault, battery, false imprisonment, defamation, privacy, trespass and nuisance; negligence; and strict liability. Examination of insurance defense issues. n PLGL 38 — Employment and Ethical Issues 2 Units in Paralegalism Degree Applicable 36 hours lecture Prerequisite: PLGL 31A, PLGL 33A, and PLGL 35A Corequisite: PLGL 31B, PLGL 33B, PLGL 35B, PLGL 37, PLGL 39 (may have been taken previously) Job search skills including preparation of resumes and cover letters, interviewing, networking, and paralegal and attorney ethics. n PLGL 39 — Contract Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Laws relating to the formation of contracts. Includes study of the statute of frauds, third-party rights, liability for breach of contract, remedies, discharge, and the Uniform Commercial Code. n PLGL 40 — Landlord-Tenant Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Landlord-tenant law and creation of legal documentation to represent the landlord-tenant relationship. Examination of the rights and liabilities of the landlord and the tenant. n PLGL 41 — Property Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Examination of the law relating to real and personal property. Analysis of the various forms of ownership of real property; easements, covenants, conditions, and licenses; constitutional questions; types of real estate deeds; and land use controls. n PLGL 42 — Family Law 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Laws relating to marriage, dissolution, nullity, and legal separation. Includes topics of community property, child custody, child support, spousal support, and prenuptial/antenuptial agreements. n PLGL 43 — Wills and Trusts 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Legal principles of the laws of wills and trusts, organization and jurisdiction of the California Probate Courts, estate planning and estate taxes.

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BUSINESS: PARALEGAL
n PLGL 30 — Introduction to Paralegal/Legal 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: ENGL 68 Federal and state legal systems, the relationship of paralegals to attorneys, legal writing and research, investigation of claims, and legal ethics for paralegals. n PLGL 31A — Legal Analysis and Writing 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Corequisite: PLGL 30 (May have been taken previously) Use of a law library for legal research and references, reading and analyzing codes and statutes, and preparation of case briefs and research reports. n PLGL 31B — Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing 3 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: PLGL 30 and PLGL 31A Preparation of research memoranda, trial briefs, appellate briefs and other paralegal documents.

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hearsay and character evidence rules. elements of crimes against person and property. defenses to crimes. property valuation. Unsecured creditors and their methods of enforcing rights and obtaining judgments. sentencing and appeal. salesmanship. Also provides 30 hours toward Office of Real Estate Appraisers (OREA) requirements for state licensing. Bookmarks Contents COURSE DESCRIPTIONS n BUSR 53 — Real Estate Finance 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 Real estate financing sources. systems. n BUSR 59 — Real Estate Property Management 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 Property management for owners and managers of residential and commercial income properties. Methods of responding to questioning are analyzed. land utilization and public relations. Preparation of opening statements. Includes wage earner plans and insolvency proceedings. n PLGL 47A — Litigation Procedures 3 Units Degree Applicable. n BUSR 51 — Legal Aspects of Real Estate 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 Real estate contracts. and management issues are considered with regard to doing business abroad. ownership. n BUSR 57 — Income Tax Aspects of Real 3 Units Estate Investments Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Income tax principles governing the acquisition. n PLGL 49 — Evidence Law 3 Units Degree Applicable. and direct and cross-examinations. Meets California real estate license requirements for salesperson and broker. techniques. Provides a minimum of 180 hours of on-site real estate office and/or field work experience under the supervision of a licensed California real estate professional and a college instructor/coordinator. Specific legal concepts and principles relating to areas of business. and administrative function of federal bankruptcy proceedings and arrangements. operation and disposition of real property investments with special emphasis on tax planning and integration of tax concepts with procedural aspects. and procedural law are compared to illustrate and distinguish those systems from the U.Catalog Cover Course Descriptions n PLGL 44 — Bankruptcy Law 3 Units Degree Applicable. Use of evidence at trial. opening statements and closing arguments. n BUSR 62 — Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 State and Federal laws that govern the practice of mortgage loan brokerage and lending in the State of California as well as mortgage lending history and process. n BUSR 52D — Real Estate Practice Work Experience 3 Units Degree Applicable 225 hours lab Corequisite: BUSR 50 and not possessing a permanent California real estate license at time of enrollment. CSU 54 hours lecture Creation. financing. Description of a trial and trial presentations are emphasized. Can be used to meet the additional educational requirements for the salesperson or broker license. Analysis of procedural law relating to arrest. use and authentication of writings. 142 2013-14 Mt. foreclosures. evidentiary issues. search and seizure. BUSINESS: REAL ESTATE n BUSR 50 — Real Estate Principles 3 Units Degree Applicable. burdens of proof and presumptions. Can be used to meet the additional education requirement of the salesperson or broker license. rights to counsel and a jury. CSU 54 hours lecture General principles of criminal law and procedure. and closing statements. CSU 54 hours lecture Creation. May be used as an elective for the salesperson or broker license. scope. CSU 54 hours lecture Real estate law. San Antonio College Catalog . public control. n BUSR 55 — Real Estate Economics 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 Analysis of international. and appraisals. Student must be enrolled in seven units minimum including work experience units. prospecting. n PLGL 45 — Creditors’ Rights 3 Units Degree Applicable. n PLGL 48 — Criminal Law and Procedures 3 Units Degree Applicable. applications. perfection. direct and cross examinations. substantive law. homesteads. Meets some of the California Real Estate Salesperson and Broker License requirements and meets 30 hours toward Basic Appraisal Procedures 2008 Appraiser Qualifications Board (AWB) requirements for certified-residential/ certified-general appraiser license. language. system. finance and real estate practice. Designed to satisfy Department of Real Estate licensing requirements serving as an equivalent to BUSR 52. Must be completed prior to applying to take the Salesperson License Exam. and disclosures.S. Ethics. loans underwriting. and theories involving all forms of real estate with particular emphasis on research methods needed for successful investing. Elements of oral argument are examined. parties to a crime. evidentiary privileges. n BUSR 60 — Real Estate Investment Planning 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSR 50 Investment strategies. n PLGL 50 — Comparative Law 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A A comparison of the traditions and legal systems of various nations. exchanges. constitutional issues. n BUSR 52 — Real Estate Practice 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Corequisite: BUSR 50 (May have been taken previously) Office procedures and practices in listings. agency. CSU 54 hours lecture Evidence law in civil and criminal cases: principles of relevance and competence of evidence. and enforcement of security interests in property.5 Units Degree Applicable 27 hours lecture Corequisite: PLGL 47A (May have been taken previously) Litigation practice including the mechanics of trial. May be used as an elective course to satisfy one of the California Department of Real Estate’s requirements for the salesperson or broker license. advertising. national and local factors which determine the value of real estate. property management. CSU 54 hours lecture Overview of litigation procedures. leases. n PLGL 47B — Litigation Practice 1. deeds.

CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of selling and the role of a salesperson in the marketing process. UC 72 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71 Principles of inorganic chemistry including measurements. Includes characteristics and skills necessary for a successful salesperson. chemical bonding and structure. Emphasis is placed on promotional mix. CHEMISTRY n CHEM 10 — Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 5 Units Degree Applicable. n CHEM 20 — Introductory Organic and Biochemistry 5 Units Degree Applicable. In depth treatment of chemical formulas. writing/ balancing equations. Structure and function of vitamins. atomic structure. Introduces laboratory report writing skills. CSU 54 hours lecture Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Organization and function of system of distributing goods and services from the point of production to the consumer. Special emphasis will be placed on the particular project of the actual business used as the class project. CSU. Completion does not give eligibility for CHEM 50. structure. UC 72 hours lecture 54 hours lab Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Measurements. CSU. stoichiometry. nucleic acids and proteins. CSU. problem solve. reactions. acids/bases and solutions. and MATH 71. For science/ engineering majors preparing for admission into General Chemistry (CHEM 50). liquids. Provides 60 hours toward OREA requirements for state licensing. and developing a comprehensive multimedia promotion plan including advertising layout and copy. A minimum of 75 paid or 60 non-paid clock hours per semester of supervised work is required for each unit of credit. market positioning and customer service.5 Units Degree Applicable 63 hours lecture Advisory: BUSR 50 Principles and procedures of appraising real property with emphasis on residential properties.Catalog Cover Bookmarks Contents Course Descriptions n BUSR 76 — Escrow Procedures I 3 Units Degree Applicable 54 hours lecture Escrow procedures including processing of case study sale escrows with and without new trust deed financing. UC 54 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program. Emphasis is on critical thinking as well as mathematical and dimensional analysis problemsolving. For Allied Health majors such as nursing. liquids. service or concept. solids and solutions. properties of gases. carbohydrates. atomic structure. including amino acids. lipids. Preparation of a marketing plan using product. Metabolic pathways and biochemical energy. nomenclature. including escrow vocabulary . and implement an actual business marketing plan. equations. Includes all topics listed in Appraisal Qualifications Board (AQB) Basic Appraisal Principles and Basic Appraisal Procedures modules. May be used as an elective for the salesperson or broker license n BUSR 81 — Appraisal: Principles and Procedures 3. nomenclature. structure and properties of matter. Section 10 143 . n BUSS 35 — Professional Selling 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU 54 hours lecture Characteristics and role of advertising and promotion in business. reactions. solids and solutions. site selection. An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. layout. radioactivity. distribution. and properties of solutions. merchandising.drawing of documents. reactions. It is recommended that the hours per week be equally distributed throughout the semester. Laboratory experiments emphasize the scientific method as well as computer-based technologies in data acquisition and analysis. radiation technology. and other processing details pertinent to handling escrows from inception to closing. promotional techniques. or 71X or equivalent. stoichiometry. thermochemistry. techniques for prospecting and/or qualifying buyers. thermochemistry. equations. UC 54 hours lecture 108 hours lab Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Nomenclature.Honors 5 Units Degree Applicable. COURSE DESCRIPTIONS BUSINESS: SALES. Students may not receive credit for both CHEM 50 and CHEM 50H. CHEM 40 or satisfactory score on Chemistry Placement Examination. function and reactions of major classes of organic compounds and of biomolecules. stoichiometry. 71B or 71X or equivalent. n BUSS 85 — Special Issues in Marketing 2 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass) 36 hours lecture Prerequisite: BUSS 33 or BUSS 35 or BUSS 36 or BUSS 50 Provides marketing majors with a forum to gain knowledge. trend and forecast research. properties of matter. promotional and pricing strategies. staffing. MERCHANDISING. chemical bonding and structure. n CHEM 40 — Introduction to General Chemistry 5 Units Degree Applicable. n BUSS 50 — Retail Store Management and Merchandising 3 Units Degree Applicable. CSU. n BUSS 36 — Principles of Marketing 3 Units Degree Applicable. prope