Minutes of the

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE

November 24, 2003

 

APPROVED

 

PRESENT:                             Bill Bedford, Judy Cater, Judy Dolan, Bonnie Ann Dowd, MaryAnn Drinan, Martha Evans, Sherry Gordon, Brent Gowen, Barb Neault Kelber, Teresa Laughlin, Stan Levy, Dennis Lutz, Maria Miller, Marilee Nebelsick-Tagg,  Sue Norton, Perry Snyder, Dan Sourbeer, Steve Spear, Sara Thompson, Fari Towfiq, Katie Townsend-Merino, Anne Voth, Tamara Weintraub

 

ABSENT:                              

 

GUESTS:                                Berta Cuaron, Judith Eberhart, Candi Francis, Jerry Houser, Beth Pearson-Lowe, James Palen (student), Michael Rourke, Zack Seech

                                               

CALL TO ORDER:               The meeting was called to order by the president, Steve Spear, at 2:00 p.m., in Room SU-30.

 

Proxy Votes:                          None

 

Approval of Minutes:         The minutes of November 17, 2003, were approved as amended.

 

                                                Discussion occurred on Motion 8 on the November 17, 2003, minutes. There has been some communication with the president of the Faculty Senate questioning whether the faculty member’s name should be included in the motion.

 

Motion 1                                MS Kelber, Laughlin: That the following sentence be added to the November 17, 2003, minutes under Committee Appointments:

 

                                                Due to Chris Barkley’s resignation from the Faculty Senate, vacancies will need to be filled on the following committees: Academic Technology Task Force, Strategic Planning Council.

 

                                                And, that the following change be made to Motion 8 in the November 17, 2003, minutes:

 

                                                The hearing on the discipline of former Faculty Senate President, Chris Barkley, the immediate Past Faculty Senate President was made unnecessary by Christine Barkley’s her resignation from the Faculty Senate and all committees she serves on.

 

                                                Discussion followed on the proposed change. Steve Spear indicated that he was told by Chris Barkley that her attorney advised her that including her name in the motion was a violation of The Brown Act. Most Senate members agreed that the minutes should reflect what was said at the meeting, including the name of the person being discussed. No guilt was implied by the Motion. The following substitute motion was presented:

 

Motion 1                                MSC Cater, Dowd: Faculty Senate approval of the minutes of November 17, 2003, as previously amended.

 

Committee

Appointments:                    

 

Motion 2                                MSC Dowd, Dolan: Faculty Senate approval of the appointment of Martha Evans to the Committee on Committees.

 

Motion 3                                MSC Dolan, Sourbeer: Faculty Senate approval of the following committee appointment:

 

                                                Equipment Replacement Task Force

                                                David Forsyth

 

                                                As a result of the ballot, Faculty Senate approval of the following committee appointment:

 

                                                Professional Development Review Board

                                                Kriszta Micsinai (adjunct) – Child Development

 

Curriculum:                            Copies of the following Curriculum items were presented for review:

 

                        New Courses

 

1.                      Course Subject and Number:  ACCT 107

                        Long Course Title:  Taxation of Business Entities

Short Course Title:  TAXATION OF BUSINESS ENTITIES

Discipline(s):  Accounting (ACCT)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A 

Discipline for minimum qualification: Accounting–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Required course in: Accounting

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s):  Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ACCT 107 Taxation of Business Entities

Four hours lecture (4)

Taxation from a business entities approach including business deductions, losses, property transactions, and tax credits.  Topics will include rules related to corporations, partnerships, and S corporations. CSU

 

2.                     Course Subject and Number: AJ 51

Long Course Title:  First Aid/CPR Update

Short Course Title:  FIRST AID/CPR UPDATE

Discipline(s): Administration of Justice (AJ)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes               

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Administration of Justice – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Administration of Justice – Law Enforcement

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AJ 51 First Aid/CPR Update

One-half hour of lecture (.5)

Prerequisite:  Must be an active full time peace officer or active reserve peace officer and currently employed by a law enforcement agency. 

A POST-approved perishable skills course for active full time peace officers or active reserve peace officers that are currently employed by a law enforcement agency.  This course is an overview of emergency medical care terminology and procedures required for peace officers when responding to victims where assessment of immediate condition, appropriate first-aid treatment and possible basic life support maneuvers will be required.  Credit/No credit only.  May be taken four times.

 

3.                     Course Subject and Number: AJ 52

Long Course Title:  Racial Profiling

Short Course Title:  RACIAL PROFILING

Discipline(s): Administration of Justice (AJ)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes               

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Administration of Justice – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Administration of Justice – Law Enforcement

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

AJ 52 Racial Profiling

One-half hour lecture (.5)

Prerequisite:  Must be an active full time peace officer or active reserve peace officer and currently employee by a law enforcement agency.

A POST- approved course for active full time peace officers or active reserve peace officers that are currently employed by a law enforcement agency.  This course clarifies what constitues racial profiling, conceptually and legally.  Credit/No Credit Only.  May be taken four times.

 

4.                     Course Subject and Number: AJ 53

Long Course Title:  Instructor Development 

Short Course Title:  INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT 

Discipline(s): Administration of Justice (AJ)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A          

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Administration of Justice – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Administration of Justice – Law Enforcement

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term: FALL 2004

 

AJ 53 Instructor Development 

Two and one-half hours lecture (2.5)            

Prerequisite:  Must have successfully completed a POST Certified Basic Police Academy, and/or is a subject matter expert on a topic that is taught in the Basic Course

A POST–approved course that is designed to develop competency in the following areas:  role and responsibility of the basic course instructor, adult learning principles, lesson planning, presentation skills, facilitation skills, learning resources and evaluation methods.  This program consists of 40 hours of instruction and competency demonstration.  Credit/no credit only.  May be taken four times.

 

5.                     Course Subject and Number: AIS 143

Long Course Title:  Elementary Luiseño IIA

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY LUISEÑO IIA

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications:  Language/Anthropology/Linguistics – master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 143 Elementary Luiseño IIA

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, review, composition, and continued oral practice.  First half of elementary Luiseño. CSU;UC

 

6.                     Course Subject and Number: AIS 144

Long Course Title:  Elementary Luiseño IIB

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY LUISEÑO IIB

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications:  Language/Anthropology/Linguistics – master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 144 Elementary Luiseño IIB

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, review, composition, and continued oral practice.  Second half of elementary Luiseño. CSU;UC

 

7.                     Course Subject and Number: AIS 151                               

Long Course Title:  Elementary Cupeño IA

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY CUPEÑO IA

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications:  Language/Anthropology/Linguistics – master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 151 Elementary Cupeño IA

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, composition, and oral practice.  First half of elementary Cupeño.  CSU;UC

 

8.                     Course Subject and Number: AIS 152       

Long Course Title:  Elementary Cupeño IB

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY CUPEÑO IB

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications:  Language/Anthropology/Linguistics – master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 152 Elementary Cupeño IB

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, review, composition, and continued oral practice.  Second half of elementary Cupeño. CSU;UC

 

9.                     Course Subject and Number: AIS 153                               

Long Course Title:  Elementary Cupeño IIA

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY CUPEÑO IIA

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications:  Language/Anthropology/Linguistics – master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 153 Elementary Cupeño IIA

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, review, composition, and continued oral practice.  First half of elementary Cupeño. CSU;UC

 

10.                   Course Subject and Number: AIS 154      

Long Course Title:  Elementary Cupeño IIB

Short Course Title:  ELEMENTARY CUPEÑO IIB

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications: Language/Anthropology/Linguistics –

master’s degree required: Yes; Native Speaker of Related Language – master’s

degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; AA Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online         

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 154 Elementary Cupeño IIB

Three hours lecture (3)

Elementary grammar, review, composition, and continued oral practice.  Second half of elementary Cupeño. CSU;UC

 

11.                    Course Subject and Number: ANTH 225

Long Course Title:  Historical Archaeology

Short Course Title:  HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Discipline(s): Anthropology (ANTH)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Anthropology – master’s degree required: Yes; Archaeology – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Archaeology

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ANTH 225 Historical Archaeology

Two hours lecture—Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)
Recommended Preparation:  ANTH 120

Method and theory of historical archaeology, including archival research, artifact identification, and report preparation. Training in the location and interpretation of archival documents, such as Franciscan Mission records, Spanish land grant documents, homestead patents, Sanborn fire insurance maps, assessor’s records, and historic topographic maps.  Training in the identification of ceramic, glass, and metal artifacts and their associated function, method of manufacture, manufacturer, and temporal distribution.  Graded only. CSU

 

12.                    Course Subject and Number:  ART 249

Long Course Title:  New Media Studio

Short Course Title:  NEW MEDIA STUDIO

Discipline(s): Art (ART)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  FSA Commercial Art - master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Graphic Design, Illustration

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ART 249 New Media Studio

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: Enrollment based on portfolio review with list of criteria

An advanced class using digital tools that focuses on collaborative creative projects.  Joint concept development, communication, critical thinking and creative teamwork will be stressed.  Emphasis will be placed on the integration of graphic design, illustration. 2-D and 3-D animation, and fine art components into professional quality multimedia projects. Students from the Art Department will have the opportunity to collaborate with students from the Music and Computer Science Department.  May be taken three times. CSU

 

13.                    Course Subject and Number:                     CFT 120

Long Course Title:  Advanced Furniture Lab

Short Course Title:  ADVANCED FURNITURE LAB

Discipline(s):                         Cabinet and Furniture Technology (CFT)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes               

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Cabinetmaking - master’s degree required: No; Furniture Making – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Cabinetmaking and Furniture Design, Cabinetmaking and Millwork, Furniture Making

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  Yes

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CFT 120 Advanced Furniture Lab

One and one-half to nine hours laboratory (.5-3)

Prerequisite:  CFT 100

Laboratory for students who need additional lab time to complete difficult, complex projects. Students will work under the supervision of an instructor.  May be taken four times.

 

14.                   Course Subject and Number:  CSIS 257

Long Course Title:  Database Administration II

Short Course Title:  DATABASE ADMINISTRATION II

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Computer Information Systems – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Required course in:  Oracle Developer

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 257 Database Administration II

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: CSIS 256

Students will learn about transporting data between databases and the utilities to perform these activities. Students are also introduced to networking concepts and configuration parameters, as well as how to solve some common network problems. In hands-on exercises, students configure network parameters so that database clients and tools can communicate with the Oracle database server. This course also addresses backup and recover techniques, and examines various backup, failure, restore and recovery scenarios. Students also examine backup methodologies based on business requirements in a mission critical enterprise. Students use multiple strategies and Oracle Recover Manager to perform backups, and restore and recover operations.

 

15.                    Course Subject and Number: CSIS 258

Long Course Title:  Database Performance Tuning

Short Course Title:  DATABASE PERFORMANCE TUNING

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Computer Information Systems – master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Oracle Database

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 258 Database Performance Tuning

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: CSIS 257

Student will be introduced to the importance of good initial database design and the method used to tune a production Oracle 9i database. The focus is on database and instance tuning rather than specific operating system performance issues. Students will gain practical experience tuning an Oracle database. Students will learn how to recognize, troubleshoot and resolve common performance related problems in administering an Oracle database.

 

16.                   Course Subject and Number: CSIS 259

Long Course Title: Oracle PL/SQL Programming

Short Course Title:  ORACLE PL/SQL PROGRAMMING

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems – (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Computer Information Systems-master’s degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Oracle Database

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 259 Oracle PL/SQL Programming

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: CSIS 252

Student will learn the Oracle PL/SQL language, a flexible procedural extension to SQL, increases productivity, performance, scalability, portability and security. Student will use PL/SQL's tight integration with Oracle database that allows application developers to build and deploy distributed applications with considerable flexibility. In this course you learn how to utilize advanced techniques to design PL/SQL applications to solve complex business problems.

 

17.                    Course Subject and Number: COUN 101

Long Course Title:  Transfer Success

Short Course Title:  TRANSFER SUCCESS

Discipline(s):  Counseling (COUN)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, educational counseling, social work or career development - master’s degree required: Yes    

A.A. degree and certificate program(s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

COUN 101 Transfer Success

One hour lecture (1)

 

 

Introduction to the transfer research process designed for planning long term educational and career goals.  Students learn how to evaluate universities, and learn specific transfer requirements.  Student will research degrees, housing, financial aid, scholarships and supportive services.  Grading:  Credit/No Credit only. CSU

 

18.                   Course Subject and Number:                     DNCE 151

Long Course Title:  Beginning Latin Social Dance

Short Course Title:  BEGINNING LATIN SOCIAL DANCE

Discipline(s):                         Dance (DNCE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Dance – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DNCE 151 Beginning Latin Social Dance

Two, three or four hours lecture/laboratory (1, 1.5, 2)

An exhilarating class designed to introduce students to the vibrant Hispanic culture through contemporary social dances.  Through demonstration and movement participation students will explore a variety of social dances that are all part of the Latin Diaspora.  May be taken four times. CSU;UC

 

19.                   Course Subject and Number:                     DNCE 152

Long Course Title:  Intermediate Latin Social Dance

Short Course Title:  INTER LATIN SOCIAL DANCE

Discipline(s):                         Dance (DNCE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Dance – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DNCE 152 Intermediate Latin Social Dance

Two, three or four hours lecture/laboratory (1, 1.5, 2)

An exhilarating class designed to continue exploring the vibrant Hispanic culture through contemporary social dances.  Through demonstration and movement participation students will explore a variety of social dances that are all part of the Latin Diaspora.  May be taken four times. CSU;UC

 

20.                   Course Subject and Number: DNCE 153

Long Course Title:  Capoeira: Afro/Brazil Martial Art

Short Course Title:  CAPOEIRA-AFRO/BRAZ MARTIAL ART

Discipline(s): Dance (DNCE)

Discipline for minimum qualification: Dance - master’s degree required: Yes         

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DNCE 153 Capoeira: Afro/Brazil Martial Art

Two hours lecture/laboratory (1)

A class designed to introduce students to the unique martial art form from Brazil known as Capoeira.  Through lecture, demonstration and movement participation students will study this multi-faceted art form.  May be taken four times. CSU;UC

 

21.                    Course Subject and Number:                     DNCE 161

Long Course Title:  Teaching Methods in Dance

Short Course Title:  TEACHING METHODS IN DANCE

Discipline(s):                         Dance (DNCE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Dance – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Dance Specialist for Children

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DNCE 161 Teaching Methods in Dance

Three hours lecture (3)

Explore the teaching/learning/knowing process by blending current educational, teaching and learning styles with practical hands on teaching experiences.  Through the constant integration of theory and practice, we will utilize our own experiences and understanding and our interpretations of theoretical literature to construct our own personal pedagogies.  The construction of a safe and consistent dance environment for all ages will be covered. CSU;UC

 

22.                   Course Subject and Number:                     DNCE 197K

Long Course Title:  Student Choreography Production

Short Course Title:  STDNT CHOREOGRAPHY PRODUCTION

Discipline(s):                         Dance (DNCE)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Dance – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  Yes

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DNCE 197K Student Choreography Production

Three or four hours lecture/laboratory (1.5, 2)

Prerequisite: DNCE 140 or DNCE 145

Rehearsal and performance for dance concerts. May be taken four times. CSU;UC

 

23.                   Course Subject and Number: DA 57

Long Course Title: Dental Sciences and Anatomy

Short Course Title: DENTAL SCIENCES AND ANATOMY

Discipline(s): Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Dental Assisting – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 57 Dental Sciences and Anatomy

Four hours lecture (4)

Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Introduction of dental terminology, histology, embryology, tooth growth, eruption, and anatomy; head and neck anatomy, and physiology of the body.  Form and function of individual teeth, occlusion, oral pathology, diet and nutrition, relation of oral health to general health, microbiology, disease control and dental pharmacology. Graded only.

 

24.                   Course Subject and Number:  ENG 265

Long Course Title:  Science Fiction

Short Course Title:  SCIENCE FICTION

Discipline(s): English (ENG)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes               

Discipline for minimum qualification:  English – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  English (proposed)

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

General Education category: CSU Area C2; A.A. Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ENG 265 Science Fiction

Three hours lecture (3)

Prerequisite(s):  Eligibility for ENG 100

An introduction to science fiction – its major authors and stories, themes, trends, and cultural impact. Graded only. CSU;UC

 

25.                   Course Subject and Number:  ESL 2

Long Course Title:  Beginning ESL II

Short Course Title:  BEGINNING ESL II

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A 

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 2 Beginning ESL II

Three to twelve hours lecture/laboratory (1‑4)

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for non‑native speakers of English at the mid-beginning level.

 

26.                   Course Subject and Number:  ESL 3

Long Course Title: Beginning ESL III

Short Course Title:  BEGINNING ESL III

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  English as a Second Language – master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 3 Beginning ESL III

Three to twelve hours lecture/laboratory (1‑4)

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for non‑native speakers of English at the high-beginning level.

 

27.                   Course Subject and Number:  ESL 34

Long Course Title:  Intermediate ESL I

Short Course Title:  INTERMEDIATE ESL I

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 34 Intermediate ESL I

Three to twelve hours lecture/laboratory (1‑4)

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for non‑native speakers of English at the low-intermediate level.

 

28.                   Course Subject and Number:  ESL 35

Long Course Title:  Intermediate ESL II

Short Course Title:  INTERMEDIATE ESL II

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A 

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 35 Intermediate ESL II

Three to twelve hours lecture/laboratory (1‑4)

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for non‑native speakers of English at the mid-intermediate level.

 

29.                   Course Subject and Number:  ESL 36

Long Course Title:  Intermediate ESL III

Short Course Title:  INTERMEDIATE ESL III

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 36 Intermediate ESL III

Three to twelve hours lecture/laboratory (1‑4)

Listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for non‑native speakers of English at the high-intermediate level.

 

30.                   Course Subject and Number:                     ESL 98.2

Long Course Title:  Vocational ESL II

Short Course Title:  VOCATIONAL ESL II

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes 

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 98.2 Vocational ESL II

Three to fifteen hours laboratory (1-5)

Prerequisite: ESL 98.1

Intermediate English as a Second Language instruction in preparation for a vocational program.  Continued self-paced intermediate instruction in complementary language and academic skills necessary to succeed in a vocational program.  Includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and intermediate computer literacy skills.

 

31.                    Course Subject and Number:                     ESL 98.3

Long Course Title:  Vocational ESL III

Short Course Title:  VOCATIONAL ESL III

Discipline(s):  English as a Second Language (ESL)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes 

Discipline for minimum qualification: English as a Second Language–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

ESL 98.3 Vocational ESL III

Three to fifteen hours laboratory (1-5)

Prerequisite:  ESL 98.2

Advanced English as a Second Language instruction in preparation for a vocational program.  Provides advanced complementary instruction in language and academic skills necessary to succeed in a vocational program through self-paced modules.  Includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, and advanced computer literacy skills.  For students who are completing their Vocational ESL program of studies.

 

32.                   Course Subject and Number: GEOG 120

Long Course Title: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and GIS Software

Short Course Title: INTRO GEOG INFO SYS/SOFTWARE

Discipline(s):  Geography (GEOG)

Requisite validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Geography-master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in: Geographic Information Systems

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, One-Way Video Conferencing, Two-Way Video Conferencing

Effective Term: FALL 2004                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

GEOG 120 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and GIS Software

Three hours lecture- Three hours laboratory (4)

Recommended preparation: GEOG 100 and CSIS 105

This course is an introduction to the mapping sciences with a primary focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  Course will cover the trends, history, structure, applications, hardware and software, and basic operations of GIS in order to provide a foundation for the use of GIS software.  Related geographic technologies to be examined include mapping, aerial and satellite imagery, and Global Positioning Systems (GPS).  The lab portion of the course will provide introductory training in the use of ArcGIS software including identifying, evaluating, and inputting spatial data, developing and using raster and vector data sets, converting data from one form to another, and applying programming with GIS software.  CSU;UC

 

33.                   Course Subject and Number: GC 149

Long Course Title:  Page Layout and Design I

Short Course Title:  PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN I

Discipline(s): Graphic Communications (GC)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A 

Dually listed as: R GC 149

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Graphic Arts: Desktop Publishing – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Required course in: Digital Publishing, Electronic Publishing, Electronic Publisher, Graphic Communications Management, Graphic Communications Production, Journalism, Commercial Art Production

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

GC 149 Page Layout and Design I

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Introduction to electronic document design and page layout, electronic composition, text and graphics entry with computers. Students will create a variety of projects including but not limited to: brochures, and flyers, newsletters. This course is dually listed as R GC 149. May be taken four times.

 

34.                   Course Subject and Number: GC 249

Long Course Title:  Page Layout and Design II

Short Course Title:  PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN II

Discipline(s): Graphic Communications (GC)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

Dually listed as: R GC 249

Discipline for minimum qualification: Graphic Arts: Desktop Publishing – master’s degree required:  No 

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Electronic Publishing, Graphic Communications Management

Allow Multiple Enrollments: No

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

GC 249 Page Layout and Design II

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended Preparation:  GC 149/R GC 149

Intermediate concepts of electronic document layout, typography, and graphics. Software capabilities in creating sophisticated graphic and type treatments. This course is dually listed as R GC 249. May be taken four times.

 

35.                   Course Subject and Number: HUM 150

Discipline(s): Humanities (HUM)

Long Course Title:  Humanities Through the Arts

Short Course Title:  HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ARTS

Discipline(s): Humanities (HUM)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification: Humanities-master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  N/A

General Education category: CSU Area C2; A.A. Area C; IGETC Area 3B

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Television

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

HUM 150 Humanities Through the Arts

Three hours lecture (3)

This telecourse examines significant artistic movements and developments in Western culture from classical times to the present. Emphasis is on ideas and their realization in the fields of art, including but not limited to: cinema, drama, music, literature, painting, sculpture, and architecture. Each of these arts is considered in terms of historical development, elements used in creating works of art, nature of form and structure, subject and content, critical evaluation. CSU;UC

 

36.                   Course Subject and Number:   OIS 125

Long Course Title:  Creating the Virtual Office

Short Course Title:  CREATING THE VIRTUAL OFFICE

Discipline(s): Office Information Systems (OIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Business, Business Administration or Business Education and two years experience - master’s degree required:  No                  

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Virtual Assistant

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

OIS 125 Creating the Virtual Office

Three hours lecture (3)

An overview course for Virtual Assistants who provide administrative, creative, and/or technical services to clients in a virtual environment.  Topics will include naming, organizing, and managing your virtual business; financial planning; time management; evaluating, buying and using technology; domain registration; marketing and promoting the virtual business; how and where to find clients; and business ethics.

 

37.                   Course Subject and Number:  PLS 248

Long Course Title:  Business Organizations

Short Course Title:  BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS

Discipline(s):  Paralegal Studies (PLS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Law - master's degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Paralegal Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s):  Television, Online, Two-Way Video Conferencing

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

PLS 248 Business Organizations

Two hours lecture (2)

Prerequisite:  LS 121 or PLS 121

Recommended preparation:  PLS 160

 

The role of the paralegal in corporate law will be emphasized with all business organizations reviewed; i.e., sole proprietorship, partnerships, and corporations.  The primary focus will be on corporate formation and compliance.  Graded only. CSU

 

38.                   Course Subject and Number:  PLS 273

Long Course Title:  Immigration Law and Procedure

Short Course Title:  IMMIGRATION LAW AND PROCEDURE

Discipline(s): Paralegal Studies (PLS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Law or J.D.–master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Paralegal Studies

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online, Two-Way Video Conferencing

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

PLS 273 Immigration Law and Procedure

Two hours lecture (2)

Prerequisite:  LS 121 or PLS 121

Recommended preparation:  PLS 160

This course will provide an overview of the basic principles of immigration law and procedure.  Federal law and cases will be reviewed, along with legal principles of immigration law.  Graded only. CSU

 

39.                   Course Subject and Number:   PHIL 102

Long Course Title:  Analytical Reasoning

Short Course Title:  ANALYTICAL REASONING

Discipline(s):   Philosophy (PHIL)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes                       

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Philosophy –master’s degree required: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  General Studies – Arts and Humanities Emphasis

General Education category:   CSU Area 3; A.A. Area 2

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

PHIL 102 Analytical Reasoning

Three hours lecture (3)

Recommended preparation: Eligibility for English 100

Introduction to the relationship of language to logic, with applications of analysis, criticism, inductive and deductive reasoning and kinds of evidence to philosophical problems.  CSU;UC

 

40.                  Course Subject and Number: PE 120

Long Course Title:  Beginning Surfing

Short Course Title:  BEGINNING SURFING

Discipline(s):                         Physical Education (PE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A 

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Physical Education, Health, Kinesiology – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): No

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

PE 120 Beginning Surfing

Two or three hours lecture/laboratory (1,1.5)

Introduction to beginning surfing is designed to meet the needs of the beginning level surfer.  Instruction will cover such topics as: historical perspectives of surfing, ocean safety, surfing etiquette, wave selection, proper paddling and appropriate take-off procedures.  Students will be required to provide their own equipment.  May be taken four times. CSU

 

41.                   Course Subject and Number: PE 121

Long Course Title:  Intermediate Surfing

Short Course Title:  INTERMEDIATE SURFING

Discipline(s):                         Physical Education (PE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A 

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Physical Education, Health, Kinesiology – master’s degree required:  Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): No

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

PE 121 Intermediate Surfing

Two or three hours lecture/laboratory (1,1.5)

Concepts of intermediate surfing are designed for the intermediate level surfer who can negotiate waves and do basic turns on a consistent basis.  Ocean knowledge such as currents, wave development, wind pattern and ocean floor terrain will be presented.  Students will be taught short and longboard maneuvers such as: Duck dive, cutback, “off the lip”, roundhouse, sideslip, crossover and walk to nose.  Students will become confident in riding surf, four feet or larger.  Students will be required to provide their own equipment.  May be taken four times. CSU

 

42.                   Course Subject and Number: R CSIS 65

Long Course Title: Help Desk Fundamentals

Short Course Title:  HELP DESK FUNDAMENTALS

Discipline(s):  ROP Computer Science and Information Systems (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Computer Information Systems: Microcomputer Technology/Computer Applications – master degree required: No

A.A. degree and certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Applications Support Specialist (proposed); elective course in:  Computer Technology

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

R CSIS 65 Help Desk Fundamentals

Four hours lecture/laboratory (2)

Recommended preparation: R CSIS 121 and R CSIS 172 or R CSIS 157 or

R CSIS 158

A comprehensive overview of the Help Desk environment.  Builds on basic software and hardware knowledge to provide entry-level training in computer user support.  Includes critical skills in professionalism; communication; call management, customer service and related job stress.  Hands-on simulations enable students to identify and troubleshoot a variety of commonly occurring problems.  Graded only.

 

43.                   Course Subject and Number:   R CSIS 116

Long Course Title:  Introduction to Computers

Short Course Title:  INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

Discipline(s):  ROP Computer Science and Information Systems (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Computer Information Systems:  Computer Applications

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Software Applications Specialist

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R CSIS 116 Introduction to Computers

One hour lecture – Two hours lecture/laboratory (2)

Bilingual introduction to basic computer operations and the Windows operating system for students with little or no background in Computer Science.  Includes terminology and techniques as well as keyboarding and mouse functions.  Also includes:  window management; creating and managing files and folders; performing basic system maintenance using Windows accessory programs; word processing; and accessing the Internet.  Graded only.  CSU

 

44.                  Course Subject and Number:   R CSIS 125

Long Course Title:  Presenting with PowerPoint

Short Course Title:  PRESENTING WITH POWERPOINT

Discipline(s): ROP Computer Science and Information Systems (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification: Computer Information Systems:  Computer Applications - master’s degree required: No                 

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): N/A

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R CSIS 125 Presenting with PowerPoint

Two hours lecture/laboratory (1)

Recommended preparation: R CSIS 170/CSIS 170

Comprehensive study and application of PowerPoint multimedia capabilities to create effective audience-focused presentations, live and web-based.  Preparation of documents in various formats to include:  animated slideshows, speaker notes, audience handouts, outlines and web sites.  Graded only.  CSU

 

45.                   Course Subject and Number:  R CSIS 161

Long Course Title:  PC/Network Security

Short Course Title:  PC/NETWORK SECURITY

Discipline(s):  ROP – Computer Science and Information Systems (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Computer Information Systems (Microcomputer Technology/Computer Applications) - master’s degree required:  No            

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Elective course in:  Computer Technology

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R CSIS 161 PC/Network Security

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation: RCSIS 160

Comprehensive overview of computer security, including stand-alone and networked systems.  Includes: fundamentals of network security principles and implementation; e-mail, web and data transmission security; infrastructure security; cryptography; and operational/organizational security, including disaster recovery. Graded only. UC

 

46.                  Course Subject and Number:  R CSIS 169

Long Course Title:  Overview of Computer Forensics

Short Course Title:  OVERVIEW OF COMPUTER FORENSICS

Discipline(s):  ROP – Computer Science and Information Systems    (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Computer Information Systems (Microcomputer Technology/Computer Applications - master’s degree required:  No             

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Computer Technology

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R CSIS 169 Overview of Computer Forensics

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: R CSIS 161

Introduction to computer forensics and investigation including digital information recovery and analysis. Includes hands-on exercises, case studies and discussion of computer forensic ethics. Course content aligns with the objectives of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) certification. Graded only.

 

47.                   Course Subject and Number: R GC 149

Long Course Title:  Page Layout and Design I

Short Course Title:  PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN I

Discipline(s): ROP - Graphic Communications (R GC)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A 

Dually listed as: GC 149

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Graphic Arts: Desktop Publishing – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s): Required course in Digital Publishing, Electronic Publishing, Electronic Publisher, Graphic Communications Management, Graphic Communications Production, Journalism, Commercial Art Production

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R GC 149 Page Layout and Design I

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Introduction to electronic document design and page layout, electronic composition, text and graphics entry with computers. Students will create a variety of projects including but not limited to: brochures, and flyers, newsletters. This course is dually listed as GC 149. May be taken four times.

 

48.                  Course Subject and Number: R GC 249

Long Course Title:  Page Layout and Design II

Short Course Title:  PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN II

Discipline(s): ROP - Graphic Communications (R GC)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

Dually listed as: GC 249

Discipline for minimum qualification:  Graphic Arts: Desktop Publishing – master’s degree required:  No

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Electronic Publishing, Graphic Communications Management

Allow Multiple Enrollments:  No

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R GC 249 Page Layout and Design II

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation:  GC 149/ R GC 149

Intermediate concepts of electronic document layout, typography, and graphics. Software capabilities in creating sophisticated graphic and type treatments. This course is dually listed as GC 249. May be taken four times.

 

A.                    Course Changes

 

1.                     Course Title and Number:  AIS 141

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): Required course in: Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online, One-Way Video Conferencing, Two-Way Video Conferencing

Catalog Page: 75

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 141 Elementary Luiseño IA

Three hours lecture (3)

An introduction to the fundamentals of the Luiseño language, one of the four indigenous languages of San Diego County. This course will include a survey of Luiseño language phonology, morphology, syntax and grammar with special emphasis on culturally relevant terminology. First half of elementary Luiseno.  CSU; UC

 

2.                     Course Title and Number:  AIS 142

Discipline(s): American Indian Studies (AIS)

Requisite(s) validated: Yes

A.A. degree and certificate program(s): Elective course in:  American Indian Studies

Distance Learning offering(s): Television, Online, One-Way Video Conferencing, Two-Way Video Conferencing

Catalog Page: 76

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

AIS 142 Elementary Luiseño II  IB

Three hour lecture (3)

Prerequisite:  AIS 141

Review of the phonology, morphology, syntax and grammar of the Luiseño language, with continued emphasis on culturally relevant terminology leading to increased proficiency in expressing basic concepts both orally and in writing. Second half of elementary Luiseno. CSU; UC

 

3.                     Course Title and Number:  CSIS 105 - Computer Concepts and Microcomputer Applications

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A           

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Information Systems

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Catalog Page:  118-119

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 105 Computer Concepts and Microcomputer Applications

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Computer literacy covering fundamental concepts of computer hardware, software, and information systems. Includes state-of-the-art technology, structured design techniques, and an overview of the real-world environment of the computer industry. Hands-on introduction to the Windows Operating Systems, and word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation graphics application programs. Participants will also learn how to use Internet tools to search for information, transfer files, send and receive email messages, access applications. CSU; (UC – no credit if taken after 160 or 220)

 

4.                     Course Title and Number: Introduction to Internet and HTML - CSIS 137

Discipline(s):  Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A           

Dually listed as: R CSIS 137

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Web Developer, Web Server Administrator; elective course in: Internet

Distance Learning offering(s):  Online

Catalog Page:  119

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 137 Introduction to Internet and HTML  Web Site Development with HTML

Four hours lecture/laboratory (2)

This course provides a foundation to Internet/Intranet technologies. This course primarily teaches the skills required to develop and publish Web sites utilizing HTML, including using HTML tables, Frames, Web Page Forms, and basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).    Participants will also learn how to use Internet tools to search for information, transfer files, send and receive email messages, access applications, and select an Internet service provider.  This course is dually listed as R CSIS 137. CSU

 

5.                     Course Title and Number: CSIS 256 - Oracle Database Administration

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes  

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Oracle Database

Distance Learning offering(s): Online

Catalog Page:  122

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

CSIS 256 Oracle Database Administration I

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: CSIS 252

Introduces the key tasks and functions required of an Oracle database administrator in a production environment. Student will learn how to design, create, and maintain an Oracle database. Students will gain a conceptual understanding of the Oracle database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another. Students will also learn how to create an operational database and properly manage the various structures in an effective and efficient manner. The lesson topics are reinforced with structured hands-on practices. CSU

 

6.                     Course Title and Number:  DA 50 - Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations

Discipline(s): Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in: Dental Assisting (RDA) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A                                                                                            

Catalog Page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 50 Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations

Three hours lecture (3)

General orientation to college dental assisting.  Introduction to basic oral anatomy, oral hygiene techniques and prevention, human behavior, dental nomenclature, dental assisting, history of dentistry, ethics, roles of the dental assistant and other auxiliary personnel; licensing and certification of dental assistants; dental jurisprudence and malpractice; psychology and observation in dental offices.  Graded only.

 

7.                     Course Title and Number:  DA 60 - Dental Materials

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes    

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in: Dental Assisting (RDA)   

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 60 Dental Materials

Three hours lecture-One hour laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: DA 50 and Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Chemical properties and uses of dental materials and solutions; manipulative techniques and methods of preparation. Graded only.

8.                     Course Title and Number:  DA 65 - Dental Practice Management

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting (RDA) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 65 Dental Practice Management

Two hours lecture‑One hour laboratory (2)

Prerequisite: DA 50 and Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Reception and care of the patient in the dental office, communication skills, telephone techniques, appointment scheduling, dental records (charting health and dental history), filing, recalls, bookkeeping, accounts receivable and accounts payable, purchasing inventory, principles of and use of insurance forms and collections. Graded only.

 

9.                     Course Title and Number:  DA 70 - Dental Radiography I

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisites) validated:  Yes   

 A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A        

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 70 Dental Radiography I

Two hours lecture‑Three hours laboratory (3)

Prerequisite:  DA 50 and Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Theory and technique of oral radiography, radiation hygiene, anatomical landmarks, and methods and materials for processing radiographs. The laboratory portion will provide the student with knowledge concerning film placement, cone angulation, exposing and developing radiographs, and mounting and evaluating processed films. Graded only.

 

10.                  Course Title and Number:  DA 71 – Dental Radiography II

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in: Dental Assisting (RDA) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager 

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 71 Dental Radiography II

Three hours laboratory (1)

Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 70; proof of Hepatitis B vaccination Immunization;

and EME 55 or current CPR BLS for HealthcCare Providers Certificate

Advanced experience regarding film placement, cone angulation, exposing and developing radiographs, mounting and evaluating films to further enhance the student's patient management skills.  Graded only.

 

Course Title and Number:  DA 75 – Dental Operative Procedures                                                     

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting              

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A                                                                                                                                                        

Catalog Page:                        133                 

Effective Term:  FALL 2003                                                                                                                                                                       

 

DA 75 Dental Operative Procedures

Three hours lecture,Nine Six hours laboratory (6) (5)

Prerequisite: DA 50, and Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Applications of and introduction to P preclinical dental assisting instruction in operative and specialty dental procedures, care of equipment, instrumentation, sterilization techniques, disease transmission, charting, utilization of dental materials, dental office emergencies, and functions delegated to the California Registered Dental Assistant. Graded only.

 

11.                  Course Title and Number:  DA 80 – Coronal Polishing 

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes    

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting (RDA)

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 80 Coronal Polishing

Two hours lecture/laboratory (1)

Prerequisite:  DA 50 and Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Identification of dental plaque, other soft deposits, tooth stains, discolorations, periodontics, and deposit retention factors. Polishing procedures: Polishing agents, prophylaxis angle, attachments, and technique.  Graded only.

 

12.                  Course Title and Number:  DA 81 – Clinical Coronal Polishing

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes 

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting (RDA)

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 81 Clinical Coronal Polishing

Three hours laboratory (1)

Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 80; proof of Hepatitis B vaccination Immunization; and EME 55 or current CPR BLS for HealthcCare Providers Certificate

Application of concepts and skills from pre-clinical DA 80.  Emphasis is on the coronal polishing procedure as applied to clinical patients. Graded only. May be taken two times.

 

13.                  Course Title and Number:  DA 85 – Advanced Dental Procedures

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  Required course in:  Dental Assisting (RDA)

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A        

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004                     

 

DA 85 Advanced Dental Procedures

Two hours lecture‑Six hours laboratory (4)

Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 60; and DA 75; proof of Hepatitis B vaccination Immunization; and EME 55 or current CPR BLS for HealthcCare Providers Certificate

Advanced laboratory and clinical experience focusing on basic skills previously learned. Emphasis is placed on 1) clinical use of impression materials for obtaining study models, 2) pouring and trimming plaster and stone models, 3) fabrication of custom trays for preliminary impressions, 4) fabrication of provisional restorations, and 5) advanced prosthodontic and orthodontic instruction. Graded only.

 

14.                  Course Title and Number:  DA 90 – Clinical Rotation

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting (DA)

Requisite(s) validated:  Yes 

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):          Required course in:  Dental Assisting (RDA)

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog page:  130

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

DA 90 Clinical Rotation

Nineteen and one-half hours laboratory/clinical (6.5)

Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 75; proof of Hepatitis B Immunization; and EME 55 or current CPR BLR for HealthcCare Providers Certificate. Proof of Hepatitis B vaccination also required for Camp Pendleton Naval Dental Clinic assignment

An intensive program of practical dental experiences, working with patients and staff at the Camp Pendleton Naval Dental Clinic and/or private dental offices.  Students will assist the dentists in specialized and operative procedures and duties delegated to the California licensed Registered Dental Assistant. Credit/no credit only.

 

15.                  Course Title and Number: Fire Service Skills – FIRE 50

Discipline(s): Fire Technology (FIRE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Elective course in:  Fire Technology

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Catalog Page:  152

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

FIRE 50 98 Fire Service Skills

Five One to ten hours lecture/laboratory (2.5) (.5-5)

This course covers fire service basic topics in the classroom for review and manipulative training for skills maintenance.  All subjects will have to do with the duties and responsibilities of the fire services, in order to maintain a state of readiness.  May be taken four times. Grading: Credit/No Credit only.

 

16.                  Course Title and Number: RE 100 – Real Estate Principles

Discipline(s):  Real Estate (RE)

Requisite(s) validated:  N/A

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Escrow, Real Estate Appraisal License Preparation, Real Estate Salesperson License Preparation; elective course in: Real Estate Broker License Preparation

Distance Learning offering(s):  Television, Online

Catalog Page:  214

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

RE 100 Real Estate Principles

Three hours lecture (3)

A real estate course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate. Gives understanding, background, and terminology necessary for advanced study in specialized courses. Will be of assistance to those preparing for the real estate salesperson license examinations. Not open to students who have taken advanced real estate courses. This course may be offered on television. CSU

 

17.                  Course Title and Number: R CSIS 137 - Introduction to Internet and HTML

Discipline(s):  ROP Computer Science and Information Systems (R CSIS)

Requisite(s) validated:    N/A         

Dually listed as: CSIS 137

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in: Web Developer, Web Server Administrator; elective course in: Internet

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog Page:  119

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

R CSIS 137 Introduction to Internet and HTML  Web Site Development with HTML

Four hours lecture/laboratory (2)

This course provides a foundation to Internet/Intranet technologies. This course primarily teaches the skills required to develop and publish Web sites utilizing HTML, including using HTML tables, Frames, Web Page Forms, and basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).    Participants will also learn how to use Internet tools to search for information, transfer files, send and receive email messages, access applications, and select an Internet service provider.  This course is dually listed as CSIS 137. CSU

 

18.                  Course Title and Number:  SOC 115 - Introduction to Women’s Studies

Discipline(s):  Sociology (SOC)

Requisite(s) validated: N/A

A.A. degree and certificate program (s):  Required course in:  Women’s Studies

General Education category:  Social and Behavioral Sciences

Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Catalog Page:  230

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

SOC 115 Introduction to Women’s Studies

Three hours lecture (3)

The study of the position of women in American society viewed from a sociological and cultural perspective. Topics to be studied include the theoretical approaches to studying gender; the impact of race and ethnicity, class, nationality, and sexual orientation on women's lives; cross-cultural variations in gender roles; Included will be the socialization of women; women’s role in the major social institutions – the family, education, the political system,  politics, religion, the economy, and the mass media and economics; violence against women; women as a minority group; and women’s rights feminism as a social movement. CSU; UC

 

C.                    Course Deletions

 

1.                     Course Title and Number: BUS 160 - Translation Skills in Business

Discipline(s):  Business (BUS)

A.A. degree and certificate program(s):  N/A

Distance Learning offering(s): Television

Catalog Page:  104

Reason for deletion: Inactive

Effective Term:  FALL 2004

 

D.                    Program Deletions

 

1.                     Program Title: Environmental Technology - ENVT

Discipline(s): Environmental Technology (ENVT)

Catalog Page(s): 147-148

Reason for Deletion: Inactive

Effective Term: FALL 2004

 

E.                    Multicultural Requirement

 

The following courses have been reviewed by Subcommittee C of the Curriculum Committee and are recommended for approval to meet the Multicultural Requirement effective FALL 2004:

 

1.                      SOC 115

 

F.                     Distance Learning

 

The following courses may be offered as distance learning and meet Title 5 Regulations 55370, 55372, 55374, 55376, 55378 and 55380, effective FALL 2004:

 

Catalog Subject/Number                       Distance Learning Offering(s)

ACCT 107                                                       Online

AIS 141                                                                                    Television, Online, One-Way Video-Conferencing, Two-Way Video-Conferencing

AIS 142                                                                                   Television, Online, One-Way Video-Conferencing, Two-Way Video-Conferencing

AIS 143                                                           Television, Online

AIS 144                                                           Television, Online

AIS 151                                                            Television, Online

AIS 152                                                            Television, Online

AIS 153                                                            Television, Online

AIS 154                                                           Television, Online

CSIS 105                                                         Online

CSIS 137                                                          Online

CSIS 256                                                         Online

CSIS 257                                                         Online

CSIS 258                                                         Online

CSIS 259                                                         Online

GEOG 120                                                      Television, One-Way Video Conferencing, Two-Way Video Conferencing

GC 149                                                           Television, Online

GC 249                                                           Television, Online

HUM 150                                                       Television

OIS 225                                                           Online

PLS 248                                                         Television, Online, Two-Way Video Conferencing

PLS 273                                                          Television, Online, Two-Way Video Conferencing

PHIL 102                                                       Television, Online

RE 100                                                           Television, Online

 

G.                   Requisite Validations For Courses

 

The following requisites have been validated:

 

Catalog Subject/Number     Requisite

AJ 51                                                                                       Prerequisite:  Must be an active full time peace officer or active reserve peace officer and currently employed by a law enforcement agency. 

AJ 52                                                                                       Prerequisite:   Must be an active full time peace officer or active reserve peace officer and currently employee by a law enforcement agency.

AJ 53                                                                                       Prerequisite:  Must have successfully completed a POST Certified Basic Police Academy, and/or is a subject matter expert on a topic that is taught in the Basic Course

AIS 142                                                                                   Prerequisite:  AIS 141

ANTH 225                                                                              Recommended preparation:  ANTH 120

ART 249                                                                                Prerequisite: Enrollment based on portfolio review with list of criteria

CFT 199                                                                                 Prerequisite: CFT 100

CSIS 256                                                                                 Prerequisite: CSIS 252

CSIS 257                                                                                 Prerequisite: CSIS 256

CSIS 258                                                                                 Prerequisite: CSIS 257

CSIS 259                                                                                 Prerequisite: CSIS 252

DNCE 197K                                                                           Prerequisite: DNCE 140 or DNCE 145

DA 57                                                                                     Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 60                                                                                     Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 65                                                                                     Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 70                                                                                     Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 71                                                                                     Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 70; proof of Hepatitis B Immunization; and EME 55 or current BLS for Healthcare Providers Certificate

DA 75                                                                                      Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 80                                                                                     Prerequisite:  Admission to the Dental Assisting Program

DA 81                                                                                     Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 80; proof of Hepatitis B Immunization; and EME 55 or current BLS for Healthcare Providers Certificate

DA 85                                                                                     Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 60; DA 75; proof of Hepatitis B Immunization; and EME 55 or current BLS for Healthcare Providers Certificate

DA 90                                                                                     Prerequisite: DA 50; DA 75; proof of Hepatitis B Immunization; and EME 55 or current BLS for Healthcare Providers Certificate

ENG 265                                                                                Prerequisite(s):  Eligibility for ENG 100

ESL 98.2                                                                                 Prerequisite: ESL 98.1

ESL 98.3                                                                                 Prerequisite: ESL 98.2

GEOG 120                                                                              Recommended preparation: GEOG 100 and CSIS 105

GC 249                                                                                   Recommended preparation:  GC 149/R GC 149

PLS 248                                                                                 Prerequisite:  LS 121 or PLS 121; Recommended preparation:  PLS 160

PLS 273                                                                                  Prerequisite:  LS 121 or PLS 121; Recommended preparation:  PLS 160 

PHIL 102                                                                               Recommended preparation: Eligibility for English 100

R CSIS 65                                                                               Recommended preparation: R CSIS 121 and R CSIS 172 or R CSIS 157 or R CSIS 158

R CSIS 125                                                                              Recommended preparation: R CSIS 170/CSIS 170

R CSIS 161                                                                              Recommended preparation: R CSIS 160

R CSIS 169                                                                             Prerequisite: R CSIS 161

R GC 249                                                                               Recommended preparation:  GC 149/R GC 149

 

H.                   Revised SPC Governance Structure Group Request Form (Attachment A)

 

Teresa Laughlin announced that this item would be brought back for Senate action on December 1, 2003.

 

Institutional Review

Committee Changes:            Steve Spear provided a brief history of the discussions held at the Senate relating to the proposed changes to the Governance Structure Group request for Institutional Review, where it was agreed that the following amendments should be made:

·         The Co-chair should be a faculty member appointed by the Senate.

·         The Curriculum Co-Chair faculty member, or their designee, should be included in the membership.

 

                                                Mike Rourke informed those present of the recent changes to the Institutional Review process. He indicated that although a lot of good work has been done within each department with Institutional Review as they reviewed their own operations, because there was no direct link with the planning process, the recommendations were rarely implemented. Members of the Institutional Review Committee approached the Strategic Planning Council in its annual report in 2001/02 and asked for direction in revising the process. Departments and Programs which had submitted their self-studies were reviewed and a Institutional Review Sub-committee looked at ways that we could make the process more effective. Some of the goals which were strived for include:

 

1.        Help departments and programs that are already doing good work to improve and make them better.

2.        Create an early warning system that would allow us to identify places where problems were occurring and respond to them quickly.

3.        Gather internal and external information that can be used to judge the directions in which we need to be moving.

 

A lengthy question and answer period followed, including Senators being given detailed information on the new forms which will be used.

 

Mike Rourke provided copies of the following ACCJC Recommendations on Institutional Review 1990-2003:

 

ACCJC recommendations 10/30 – 11/1/1990

1. The college should continue to build on the foundation established for the program review in the Five-Year Educational Master Plan, which provides for an educational master planning committee that will design and oversee the implementation of a more coordinated, comprehensive, and systematic program review process.

 

ACCJC recommendations 10/22-24/1996

1.1 Although progress is being made, a comprehensive and systematic review of program effectiveness still does not exist. It is recommended that Palomar College respond quickly to the completion of policies and procedures that will implement a regular and comprehensive program review model. (Standards 1D.1, 2B.2)

ACCJC recommendations 6/30/2003

2. Given the relative newness of the strategic planning process and the plans to reestablish the institutional review process, within two years the college should evaluate the effectiveness of the institutional review process, modifying, as appropriate, and linking it to strategic planning and the resource allocation process. This will greatly assist the college in assuring that its long-term educational and facilities planning efforts are updated.

3. The college has begun to develop processes for measuring student learning outcomes and should integrate into its formal method of review of academic programs and certificates the creation and evaluation of student learning outcomes on a course, program and degree/certificate level.

 

Additional discussion followed and Senators wanted reassurance that no programs will be cut. Berta Cuaron indicated that departments are establishing their own benchmark qualitative information. The one page document does not preclude departments from adding more to their qualitative information, but is just a way to look at program improvement and is by no means a vehicle for program discontinuation. Mike Rourke added that the goal of Institutional Review should be the internal equivalent of external accreditation, a tool which is based upon the knowledge and expertise of the experts in their field.

 

Senators also expressed their disappointment in the short notice provided in which to attend the training sessions for using the new forms - in some cases as little as two days. There was also overall agreement that there is a need for departments to have an opportunity to meet and have sufficient time to discuss these proposed changes and provide input. It was noted that the deadlines established did not appear to allow for such dialogue to take place.

 

Motion 4                                MSC Dowd, Gowen: To extend the meeting until 3:30 p.m.

 

Motion 5                                MS Laughlin, Nebelsick-Tagg: Faculty Senate approval of the Governance Structure Group Request for the Institutional Review Committee.

 

                                                Discussion occurred on the proposed faculty membership, and Senate members agreed that the membership should include divisional representation, including the Curriculum Co-Chair and the faculty co-chair of the committee itself.

 

Motion 5 amended               MSC Sourbeer, Nebelsick-Tagg: Faculty Senate approval of the Governance Structure Group Request for the Institutional Review Committee with the addition of two faculty members, providing divisional representation as well as including the Curriculum Co-Chair and a faculty co-chair on the committee (appointed by the Senate), for a total of 9 faculty members.

 

Motion 6                                MSC Levy, Gordon: That the Director of Institutional Research & Planning Committee be a resource person rather than a voting member of the Institutional Review Committee.

 

Motion 7                                MSC Levy, Cater: To suspend the Agenda to discuss Information Item A, Bookstore Committee.

Bookstore

Committee:                            Steve Spear indicated a change was made to move control of the operational side of the bookstore from under the Finance and Administrative Services area to the Student Services area. Bruce Bishop, Director of Student Affairs, is now chairing the committee. There has been concern expressed by many regarding possible fiscal control with this change, and the lack of input provided by others on this campus.

 

Candi Francis and Jerry Houser added that as members of the committee, they were not even notified of the change nor made aware of any discussions until after all of the decisions were made. Although the financial end of the bookstore will remain in the Finance & Administrative Services area, the operational side has been moved over to the Student Services area. One organization operating under two vice presidents is not likely to be an efficient way to do business. Discussion occurred on the need for open dialogue with committee members before changes are made to any committee.

 

Senate members asked Candi and Jerry to prepare a short statement regarding the change to the Bookstore Advisory Committee suggesting that it return to its initial configuration and the reasons to support the recommendation so the Senate can take further action.

 

This issue will be brought back for Senate action on December 1 or 8, 2003.

 

Motion 8                                MSC Dowd, Nebelsick-Tagg: To suspend the agenda to discuss Action item H, Professional Development hours for attending board meetings.

 

PD Hours for attending

Board Meetings:                  At the meeting of November 17, Senate members discussed the change by the Professional Development Review Board to only allow 6 hours of Professional Development for attending Governing Board meetings, as well as the need to submit procedural changes relating to Professional Development to the Senate, and then through the sunshining process to all faculty.

 

                                                Judy Eberhart indicated that the review board has discussed this issue and felt that providing PD hours for up to two Board meetings was sufficient. Discussion followed on the current method used in developing guidelines for PD activities. Senate members asked that the Professional Development Review Board prepare a formal recommendation if they wish to suggest a change to current Professional Development policy or procedure 167.

 

                                                This item will remain on the agenda for further discussion/action.

 

Governance Structure

Group Request/

Curriculum Committee

 

Motion 9                                MSC Laughlin, Nebelsick-Tagg: Faculty Senate approval of the Governance Structure Group request for the Curriculum Committee.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT:               The meeting was adjourned at 3:40 p.m.

 

                                                Respectfully submitted,

 

 

                                                Bonnie Ann Dowd, Secretary