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*CHOOSE FROM LIST* Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Textiles CertificateEffectively communicate their design ideas clearly and concisely, using methods oral, written, and visual.Details
Architecture Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Construction Management: Advanced SkillsManage and control construction work activities utilizing project control methodologies and quality control and assurance techniques.Details
Architecture Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Construction Management: Core SkillsManage and control construction work activities utilizing project control methodologies and quality control and assurance techniques.Details
Architecture Major ArchitectureCreate architectural solutions to a set of project requirements.Details
Architecture Major Contruction Management AS Degree MajorManage and control construction work activities utilizing project control methodologies and quality control and assurance techniques.Details
Art Discipline ArtDevelop a series of projects that demonstrate critical analysis, creative thinking, technical skill in a variety of media, as well as the exploration of content and personal approach.

Recognize opportunities of problem solving in the processes of creation.
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Asian American Studies Discipline Asian American StudiesUpon completion of courses in Asian American Studies, students will be able to:

Critically evaluate the ways Asians Americans act and ways others have acted in response to their experience in the United States including conditioning, culture, and subgroups within the Asian American Community, by applying the theories and methodologies of social and behavioral science inquiry used in Asian American Studies.

Analyze the Asian American experience in United States history and government; examine the importance of inclusion and participation in civic duties and responsibilities based on historical and political precedent.
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Astronomy Discipline AstronomyApply the scientific method.

Assert that physical laws and processes are universal in scope.

Establish that the universe and its components are knowable, and that we are coming to know them through observations, experiments and theory (the nature of progress in astronomy).
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Auto Body Painting and RefinishingAnalyze minor body and fender damage and the sequential procedures involved in proper metal damage repair.

Analyze and apply the understanding of the materials, equipment, techniques, and processes in the successful application of polyurethane and water based chemicals.

Use shop safety practices related to auto body repair and painting.

Demonstrate how to use different painting tools and equipment including how to disassemble, assemble, and clean paint guns.

Demonstrate how to wet sand to remove minor paint imperfections as well as hand and machine compounding processes.
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Auto Body Structural Analysis and Damage RepairDescribe the history and culture of the motorcycle, including social, political, and economic issues.

Examine laboratory systems, hand and shop and measuring tools and their usage, and fire safety procedures.

Interpret service manuals and repair data.

Perform basic tune-up and service operations and interpret maintenance schedules.

Evaluate, service, and troubleshoot cooling, lubrication, and fuel systems.

Diagnose and repair problems with wheels, axles, frames, and suspensions.

Troubleshoot and repair problems associated with ignition and electrical systems.
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Automotive Alternative Fuel Technology Distinguish, classify, and summarize automotive systems, functions, and their interrelation.

Demonstrate safe shop practices and the use of diagnostic equipment.

Describe the function of vehicle electrical, gaseous, hybrid, and fuel cell, systems and components.

Identify, troubleshoot, analyze, diagnose, and repair existing and emerging alternative fuel vehicles.

Compare and contrast innovative fuel systems.
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Engine Repair SpecialistDistinguish, classify, and summarize automotive systems, functions, and their interrelation.

Demonstrate safe shop practices and the use of diagnostic equipment.

Diagnose and repair common engine problems, measure, remove and replace components, access appropriate service data, perform block, head and valve train conditioning.

Perform proper engine start-up, break-in, and tune-up procedures.
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Motorcycle General ServiceDistinguish, classify and summarize motorcycle systems, esthetics, functions, and their interrelation.

Demonstrate safe shop practices and the use of diagnostic equipment.

Evaluate, troubleshoot and service motorcycle fuel, lubrication, frame, suspension, brakes, wheels, and cooling systems.

Identify, troubleshoot, analyze, and diagnose components and systems in order to provide advice for customers seeking to modify parts.

Analyze, design, and operate specialized metal working and painting equipment in projects related to modifying and restoring motorcycle bodies and frames.
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Automotive/Motorcycle Technology, Construction, and Building Maintenance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Motorcycle Tune-up, Electrical, and PerformanceDistinguish, classify and summarize motorcycle systems, esthetics, functions, and their interrelation.

Demonstrate safe shop practices and the use of diagnostic equipment.

Evaluate, troubleshoot and service motorcycle electrical components, controls, switches, and perform dynamometer tuning in conjunction with air fuel systems.

Analyze, design, and operate specialized metal working and painting equipment in projects related to modifying and restoring motorcycle bodies and frames.
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Behavioral Sciences Major AnthropologyContrast the major contemporary theoretical perspectives in the four major subfields.

Critically analyze and interpret anthropological data.

Apply the methods of cross-cultural comparison and the concept of cultural relativisim to past and present cultures.
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Behavioral Sciences Major PsychologyContrast the major contemporary theoretical perspectives in psychology.

Identify research methods and statistical methods appropriate to psychology.

Recognize the interactions between biological and environmental forces and interpret how these relationships help explain cognition, affect and behavior.

Analyze the major subfields of psychology and assess their contribution to the understanding of cognition, affect and behavior.
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Behavioral Sciences Major SociologyContrast the major contemporary theoretical perspectives in sociology to explain culture and social structure.

Apply the sociological perspective and theories to contemporary issues and analyze social problems, political decisions and actions directed toward social and public policy.

Apply sociological principles and theories to everyday interactions with people from diverse backgrounds.
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Biological Sciences Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Biological SciencesPSLO 1) Demonstrate understanding of the processes of science, the scientific method, and the relationship between scientific research and established knowledge.

PSLO 2) Express biological scientific literacy in oral and written communication

PSLO 5) Evaluate biological data, draw reasonable conclusions, recognize the ethical implications of these conclusions, and apply these conclusions to personal, community, and scientific problems.
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Biological Sciences Major Biological SciencesPSLO 1) Demonstrate understanding of the processes of science, the scientific method, and the relationship between scientific research and established knowledge.

PSLO 2) Express biological scientific literacy in oral and written communication

PSLO 5) Evaluate biological data, draw reasonable conclusions, recognize the ethical implications of these conclusions, and apply these conclusions to personal, community, and scientific problems.
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Biological Sciences Major Environmental Studies and SciencePSLO 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the process of science, the scientific method, and the relationship

between scientific research and established knowledge.

PSLO 4. Analyze and integrate evidence from research in the natural sciences, social sciences, engineering and

technology to critically evaluate proposed solutions to environmental and resource issues
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Broadcast Electronic Media Arts Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) All BEMA Certificates of AccomplishmentsDigital Radio Management Cert of Accomplishment:• Employ contemporary radio programming and management techniques.

Digital Radio Production Cert of Accomplishment:• Analyze and demonstrate current performance and production for radio, including the use of social media.

Audio and Video for the Web Cert of Accomplishment• Plan, organize and create effective online content that conveys intended message.

Sound Design Cert of Accomplishment: • Analyze visual media and assess sound post-production needs including, dialog, sound-effects and music. 2)• Plan, engineer and perform Foley and ADR recording sessions including spotting.

Brodcast Motion Graphics Cert of Accomplishment: Analyze, plan, edit, and manage the creative and technical elements of broadcast motion graphics and video editing workflows through the post production stages.

Rich Media Production Cert of Achievement: 1) Organize and complete professional digital video- and audio-editing projects in teams and alone following industry-level specifications. 2) • Analyze and critique projects, providing constructive critiques for improvement. 3) • Use critical thinking skills to resolve problems as they arise. 4)• Communicate and discuss complex ideas clearly 5) • Solve complex problems collaboratively and alone

Television Production Cert of Accomplishment:Plan, implement, and manage the aesthetic and technical elements of TV studio and video field production through the preproduction, production, and delivery stages.

Video Post Production Cert of Accomplishment: Plan, implement, and manage the aesthetic and technical elements of video programs though the pre production, production and post production stages in the context of video editing and finishing.
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Destination SpecialistPlan and write itineraries for any destinationDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Principles of Travel and TourismAnalyze the methods businesses in travel and tourism industry differentiate themselves to be competitive

Design a detailed time sensitive day by day itinerary
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Supervision and ManagementRecognize, demonstrate, and articulate an understanding of the principal of planning, directing, and leading staff.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) International BusinessPSLO 4) Critically analyze issues arising from technology transfers and the protection of intellectual property.

PSLO 2) Communicate effectively in oral and written formats within an international business context.
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) MarketingPSLO2: Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and societyDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Microcomputer Accounting CertificateUnderstand, analyze and explain financial statements.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Office TechnologyPSLO 1: Write effective business-related documents

PSLO 2: Apply computer skills to complete business tasks

PSLO 3: Communicate effectively and appropriately in an office environment
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Paralegal/Legal StudiesWrite and communicate in formats acceptable in today's law offices

Prepare and file pleadings in both the federal and California court systems.
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Retail ManagementAnalyze market opportunities

Use the principles of consumer behavior to create a buying experience that will build loyal customers

Analyze business profitability
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Travel and Tourism ManagementPlan and manage all aspects of a guided tour including scheduling, costing, itinerary planning, selecting personnel, and leadership

Analyze the methods businesses in travel and tourism industry differentiate themselves to be competitive
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Competency Accounting Assistant Noncredit Certificate#4 Apply standard business English to oral and written communication, including grammar, punctuation, mechanics, vocabulary, style and usage.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Competency Business Web Pages - Basics Noncredit Certificate• Use a variety of business software including digital photo-editing, and web developmentDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Competency Business Web Pages-Intermediate Noncredit4. Create a business web site with a database connection.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Competency Excel Basics Noncredit Certificate3. Use simple macros, formulas, functions, and lists.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Competency Microsoft Word Processing – Basic Noncredit 3. Use the mail merge task pane to create data sources insert merge fields, and generate form letters.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Basic Business Office Skills for Customer Service Noncredit Certificate• Apply the basics of quality customer service

• Identify customer needs and effectively handle them, including complaints

• Demonstrate effective telephone manners and E-mail etiquette
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Basic Business Skills for the Medical 4. Develop and produce presentations utilizing electronic media

and printed documents
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Business Office Publishing Basics Noncredit Certificate 3. Use digital photo-editing software to enhance publicationsDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Business Office Publishing Specialist Noncredit Certificate2. Use digital photo-editing software to enhance publications

3. Create publications including flyers, newsletters, and brochures
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Computer Applications for Business Noncredit Certificate• Apply standard business English to oral and written communication, including grammar, punctuation, mechanics, vocabulary, style and usage

• Use a variety of applications software including word processing, spreadsheet, database, digital photo-editing
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Computerized Accounting Specialist Program3. Use a computer to maintain accounting records.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Construction Administrative Assistant3. Use appropriate conventions including format, grammar, punctuation,

spelling and paragraphing
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Excel Specialist Noncredit Certificate• Perform complex operations using Microsoft Excel for Business III

• Integrate Microsoft Excel with accounting principles

• Use spreadsheet software to make everyday business calculations

• Create financial statements using Microsoft Excel
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion QuickBooks for Accounting 4. Prepare and interpret simple financial statement for businessesDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Certificate of Completion Small Business NoncreditUpon completion of this certificate, students will be able to:

Write a basic business plan to use in structuring and organizing

a small business as well as applying for loans and securing partners or

investors.
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Major AccountingGenerate and analyze management reports.Details
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Major Administrative SupportPSLO 1:

Write effective business-related documents

PSLO 2:

Apply computer skills to complete business tasks

PSLO 3:

Communicate effectively and appropriately in an office environment
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Major Marketing MajorPSLO2: Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and societyDetails
Business/Office Technology/Small Business Major Paralegal/Legal StudiesWrite and communicate in formats acceptable in today's law offices

Prepare and file pleadings in both the federal and California court systems.
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Business/Office Technology/Small Business Major Travel and TourismDesign a detailed time sensitive day by day itineraryDetails
Child Dev. & Family Studies Major, AS-T Transfer Degree and Practitioner Certificate of Achievement Child Development and Family Studies• Examine the role of families and communities in the lives of children and youth, including secure relationships, community resources, diverse family structures, inclusion and the development of a community commitment to social justice.Details
Cinema Major Cinema Production Major• Apply basic principles of film production and industry practice

• Analyze different film forms and genres

• Demonstrate skills in celluloid and digital technology

• Demonstrate storytelling skills
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Computer Networking & Information Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Fundamentals of Technical SupportPSLO 2: Identify and solve computer-related issuesDetails
Computer Networking & Information Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Web Site Development TechniquesPSLO 2: Recognize and use appropriate Web 2.0 technology to promote or enhance the work environmentDetails
Computer Networking & Information Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Wireless NetworkingPSLO 4: Troubleshoot a Wireless networkDetails
Computer Networking & Information Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Computer Technical SupportPSLO 1: Evaluate components and configure a functional computer systemDetails
Computer Networking & Information Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Routing and Switching (Cisco)PSLO 4 Analyze, configure and troubleshoot switch configurations including LANs and VLANsDetails
Computer Networking & Information Technology Major Computer Networking and Information TechnologyPSLO 1: Evaluate computer hardware components and design a functional computer systemDetails
Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Certificate of Accomplishment in Database Programming MySQL/Open Source TechnologiesA. Design and create queries in MySQL for accessing and updating data, including inner and outer joins, aggregate queries, and subqueries.

B Analyze a problem and interpret business requirements to create and program appropriate solutions that use queries and programming components such as MySQL procedures, functions, and triggers.

C Design and create relations and other objects as a normalized database and implement that design.
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Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Certificate of Accomplishment in Database Programming: Oracle A. Design and create queries in Oracle SQL for accessing and updating data, including inner and outer joins, aggregate queries,subqueries, and analytical queries.

B Analyze a problem and interpret business requirements to create and program appropriate solutions that use queries and programming components such as PL/SQL packages, procedures, functions, triggers, exception handling, composite data types, user-defined records, and collections.

C Design and create relations and other objects as a normalized database and implement that design.
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Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Computer Programming: C++1. Analyze problems and interpret technical specifications to create and program appropriate algorithmic solutions that include the use of

control structures, parameters and return values.

2. Design and implement abstract data types using classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism.

3. Write C++ code for class declarations and implementations for array-based and linked data structures.

4. Compare and contrast algorithms for efficiency.

5. Predict the results of code using the data structures stacks, queues, trees, graphs, heaps, and hash tables with associated algorithms such as

insertion, deletion, retrieval, search, and traversal.

6. Write Unix commands to manipulate files, directories, their contents and their permissions.

7. Write multiple table database queries in SQL.
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Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Computer Skills for ScientistsA. Think critically and apply the scientific method

B. Write Unix commands including redirection and pipes, to manipulate files, directories, their contents and their permissions.

C. Create regular expressions to perform pattern matching.

D. Analyze common text processing tasks and interpret technical specifications to create and program algorithmic solutions, including the use of

control structures, subroutines, lists and hashes.

E. Write multiple table database queries in SQL.
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Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) LAMP Administration Certificate ALLDetails
Computer Science Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) LAMP Fundamentals CertificateA. Write Unix/Linux commands including redirection and pipes, to

manipulate files, directories,

their contents and their permis

sions.

B. Create regular expressions to perform pattern matching.

such as shell scripts, including the use of

control structures, subroutines and lists.

D. Write multiple table database queries in SQL.

E. Install, configure and maintain co

mmon network services using Apa
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Computer Science Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Android App ProgrammingALLDetails
Computer Science Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Certificate of Achievement in Computer Programming: Visual Basic with DatabaA. Analyze a problem and interpret technical specifications to create and program appropriate algorithmic solutions that include the use of control structures, subroutines and parameters, arrays, and List(of T) collections.

C. Design and implement abstract data types using classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism.

E. Design and create queries in T-SQL for accessing and updating data including inner and outer joins, aggregate queries, subqueries, analytical queries, and XML techniques.

G. Design and create relations and other objects as a normalized database and implement that design.
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Computer Science Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Computer Programming: JavaA. Analyze a problem and interpret technical specifications to create and program appropriate algorithmic solutions that include the use of control structures, parameters and return values.

B. Design and implement abstract data types using classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism

C. Write Java code for client (interface) and implementation levels for array-based and linked data structures.

D. Compare and contrast algorithms for efficiency.

E. Predict the results of code using the data structures stacks, queues, trees, graphs, heaps, hash tables and priority queues with associated algorithms such as insertion, deletion, retrieval,

search, and traversal.

F. Write Unix commands to manipulate files, directories, their contents and their permissions.

G. Write and implement Java programs that handle exceptions and events and use multithreading, collections and generics.

H. Write multiple table database queries in SQL.
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Computer Science Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Unix/Linux Administration Certificate2. Analyze and revise standard system bash shell scripts.

3. Design, implement and troubleshoot scripts to solve complex administrative tasks using repetition and conditional statements and command

line arguments.

4. Analyze system requirements and install a functional, networked Linux system with multiple physical file systems or logical volumes and

multiple user accounts.

7. Monitor network performance and security and troubleshoot problems.
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Computer Science Certificate of Competency iPhone App ProgrammingA. Develop and test Objective C classes and protocols.

• Analyze a problem and interpret technical specifications to create and program appropriate algorithmic solutions that include the use of control structures, parameters and return values

• Design and implement abstract data types using classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism

• Develop and test Objective C classes and protocols, implementing projects using XCode

• Extend User Interface Kit (UIKit) classes to create custom view controllers

• Compare and contrast core graphics classes
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Computer Science Major Computer ScienceA. will have a sound understanding in basic computer science and physics

B. will have demonstrated math skills through discrete math

C. will have extensive skill and experience in problem solving to create and program algorithmic solutions
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Continuing Student Counseling Discipline Career Counseling DisciplineApply self-assessment information to academic and career exploration.Details
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Certificate of Completion Baking and Pastry NC CertificateDemonstrate the skills and behaviors required during customer service to analyze, judge, and act in ways the contribute to guest satisfaction.Details
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Certificate of Completion Culiinary and Service Skills Training NCPSLO #5: Demonstrate the skills and behaviors required during customer service to analyze, judge, and act in ways the contribute to guest satisfaction.Details
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Major Culinary Arts ManagmentPSLO #5: Demonstrate the skills and behaviors required during customer service to analyze, judge, and act in ways the contribute to guest satisfaction.Details
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Major Food Service ManagmentPSLO #5: Demonstrate the skills and behaviors required during customer service to analyze, judge, and act in ways the contribute to guest satisfaction.Details
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Studies Major Hotel ManagmentPSLO #5: Demonstrate the skills and behaviors required during customer service to analyze, judge, and act in ways the contribute to guest satisfaction.Details
Dental Assisting Certificate of Achievement (credit) Dental Assisting PSLO 5: display soft skills and critical thinking strategies through various group activities.Details
Dental Assisting Major Dental AssistingPSLO 5: possess soft skills and critical thinking strategies through various group activitiesDetails
Disabled Students Programs & Services Discipline DSPSdemonstrate adaptive strategies that support educational activities

and student success
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Earth SciencesCertificate of Accomplishment (credit) GISDraw upon the underlying theory behind GIS technology (including projections and spatial databases) to optimize application of the

technology and extend it into new areas.

Apply GIS technology to evaluate real-world problems, and communicate the GIS project process and results in written and graphic medias at a professional level.
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Earth SciencesMajor Geology, Oceanography, Earth SciencesA. Understand how scientists think and be able to think, analyze, and discuss issues with similar rigor, skepticism, and evidential support;

includes understanding the dynamic nature and limits of scientific knowledge.

C. Collect data, measure, analyze results, form hypotheses from data, test hypotheses especially as relates to earth science phenomena.

D. Recognize complex problems and develop strategies for understanding and solving them (where possible with current methods).

F. Evaluate the results of humans attempting to redirect or change the forces of nature; and understand the role each person plays in the politics and economics of this problem especially as relates to earth science phenomena.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit) GISDraw upon the underlying theory behind GIS technology (including projections and spatial databases) to optimize application of the

technology and extend it into new areas.

Apply GIS technology to evaluate real-world problems, and communicate the GIS project process and results in written and graphic medias at a professional level.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Basic Electronics CertificateAllDetails
Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Biomanufacturing Perform basic mathematical operations as applied to chemistry and biology.

 Apply knowledge of basic molecular and cellular biology to the biomanufacturing process.

 Demonstrate proper techniques used for production and purification of biologics.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) BiotechnologyALLDetails
Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Biotechnology Lab AssistantPSLO 3 Document, write, communicate and perform laboratory protocols.

PSLO 4 Be Prepare to interview for a laboratory Assistant position.

PSLO 5 Demonstrate proficiency in the laboratory techniques commonly used in the biotechnology industry.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Engineered Plumbing SystemInterpret plumbing codes and regulations and apply the codes in a practical way.Details
Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Heating, Ventilation, & Air ConditioningDemonstrate the skills of selecting proper air conditioning

units, refrigeration components, equipment and pipe sizes for

fluid systems in buildings.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Intermediate Electronics CertificateAllDetails
Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Manufacturing and Fabrication• Plan, design, and fabricate basic multi-part prototypesDetails
Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Stem Cell TechnologyPSLO 3 Able to demonstrate and apply knowledge of fluorescent markers and stains in cell biology research

PSLO 4 Able to demonstrate and apply knowledge of methods of quantitating and analyzing cellular proteins

PSLO 5 Able to demonstrate and apply knowledge of methods of quantitating and analyzing cellular nucleic acids
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) SustainabilityCritically evaluate proposed solutions to environmental and resource issues especially for their integration of environmental, economic and

social goals.

Apply principles and practices of sustainability to their lifestyle choices and chosen professions.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Achievement (credit) Computer Aided Design - ArchitecturalDevelop the skills to effectively and efficiently develop drawings using

various software programs such as AutoCAD and Revit.

Acquire skills in drawing and editing tasks essential for employment in architectural and construction industries.
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Engineering & TechnologyCertificate of Achievement (credit) Computer Aided DraftingDevelop the skills to effectively and efficiently develop drawings using CAD and illustration softwares software program.

Acquire the drawing and illustration skills essential for employment in architectural, engineering, construction and manufacturing industries.
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Engineering & TechnologyMajor BiotechnologyPSLO 4: • Describe, apply and perform molecular biology techniques in a project-related, step-wise manner, properly utilize materials, and properly operate and care for the standard laboratory equipment commonly used in biotechnology-related academic and industry laboratories.Details
Engineering & TechnologyMajor Electronic Engineering TechnologyDemonstrate an ability to apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering and technology.

Employ knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of circuit analysis and design, associated software, analog and digital electronics, and microcomputers to the building, testing, operation, and maintenance of electronic systems.

Employ knowledge and hands-on competence in the applications of physics to electronics circuits in a rigorous mathematical environment.
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Engineering & TechnologyMajor EngineeringEmploy problem solving skills in basic engineering, physics, and chemistry topics.

Design and conduct experiments and numerical simulations, analyze, and interpret general scientific and engineering information.
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Engineering & TechnologyMajor Mechanical Engineering TechnologyDemonstrate an ability to apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering and technology.

Perform technical calculations and solve technical problems commonly encountered in mechanical engineering technology careers.
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English Discipline HumanitiesPSLO 3: Analyze texts and practices through writing and discussion.Details
English Major AA-T in English3. Assess, evaluate, and analyze ideas expressed in text or in spoken language.Details
English as a Second Language Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Advanced Academic English as a Second LanguageDemonstrate comprehension of an ability to read critically a variety of genres of authentic textsDetails
Fashion Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Fashion Styling CertificateIn styling students are faced with the need to solve problems because they create their own photo shoots using models, photographers, and clothing. Students must rely on the knowledge they learn in the courses within this certificate to do so.Details
Fashion Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Image Consulting Certificate Identify the criteria for entry level employment in image consulting, create an entrepreneurial business, or be successful in the next level of

coursework, should they choose to continue.
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Fashion Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Fashion Merchandising CertificateUsing reason and creativity to create effective fashion merchandising schematics and solutions.Details
Fashion Major Fashion MerchandisingUsing reason and creativity to create effective fashion merchandising schematics and solutions.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Chinese CertificateThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) French CertificateThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) German CertificateThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) ItalianThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) JapaneseThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) RussianThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Foreign Languages Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) SpanishThe student can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken.Details
Graphic Communications Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Digital AnimationCreate, edit and troubleshoot files using industry-standard software.Details
Graphic Communications Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Game DevelopmentProduce game work both independently and collaboratively.

Produce game work both independently and collaboratively.
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Graphic Communications Major Graphic DesignEmploy a structured iterative creative process (research, ideation, development, analysis and prototyping) to solve a variety of design problems;Details
Health Care Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Emergency Medical TechnicianComprehend, apply and evaluate information relative to the role of an entry level Emergency Medical Technician.Details
Health Care Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) HIT Clerk IDemonstrate record management skills and knowledge necessary for HIM entry-level employment as a health information professional in

various health care settings.

Perform computer applications necessary for HIM entry-level employment as a health information professional.

Demonstrate the behavioral, interpersonal, ethical and professional skills necessary for HIM employment as a health information professional

in various health care settings.
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Cardiovascular Echocardiography Technology ECHO 201: Advanced Echocardiographic Studies

Upon completion of this course a student will be able to:

A. Describe the changes in cardiac structure associated with cardiac pathology .

B. Identify the two dimensional images associated with cardiac pathology: including: valvular stenosis, regurgitation, diastolic dysfunction, systemic and pulmonary hypertension, cardiomyopathies, pericardial disease, endocarditis, prosthetic valves

C. Describe the Doppler measurements and formulas used to assess each cardiac pathology including: valvular stenosis, regurgitation, diastolic dysfunction, systemic and pulmonary.

D. Integrate the echocardiographic knowledge of each cardiac pathology, echocardiographic and Doppler findings into a resource booklet for reference in the clinical environment.

CVT 201: Advanced Cardiovascular Technician

Upon completion of this course a student will be able to:

A. Explain the electrocardiographic findings of heart block, accessory pathways,

electrical axis, hypertrophy and chamber enlargement.

B. Demonstrate the procedure for performing a exercise stress test, utilizing the computer instrumentation for monitoring the ECG during the procedure, completing blood pressures and observing safety conditions for patient.

C. Describe the indications for exercise stress echo and hemodynamic stress echo and the methods of interpretation.

D. Describe the interpretation methods of an exercise stress test for wall motion and wall motion scoring.

E. Identify the classifications of cardiac medications, methods of action, and correlate the correct medications with the related cardiac disease.

F. Describe the technology of cardiac pacemakers and implantable defibrillators

and the ECG findings associate with each.

G. Integrate the echocardiographic knowledge of each cardiac pathology, echocardiographic and Doppler findings into a resource booklet for reference in the clinical environment.

CVT 210 : Advanced Cardiovascular Skills

Upon completion of this course a student will be able to:

A. Perform a complete basic 2D and M-Mode echocardiogram on multiple echo systems

B. Apply the appropriate 2D, M-Mode and Doppler measurements and formulas to the basic echo study.

C. Describe the scanning techniques, 2D and Doppler assessment and reporting methods observed in the clinical internship setting.

D. Apply patient care and safety techniques .

E. Explain the HIPPA regulations learning in the internship setting.

F. Demonstrate professional behavior appropriate to the medical field during clinical internship.

G. Describe the methods of how to complete the electronic preliminary report using

the patient archiving systems.
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Medical Biller Certificate• Assign CPT codes to services and procedures

• Assign ICD codes to diagnoses
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Medical Evaluation Assistant•Perform the clinical skills necessary for entry-level employment as a Medical Evaluation Assistant in an ambulatory health care setting.

•Demonstrate the behavioral, ethical, and professional interpersonal skills necessary for employment as a Medical Evaluation Assistant in an ambulatory health care setting.
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Medical Office Assisting•Perform the clinical skills necessary for entry-level employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting

•Perform the administrative skills necessary for entry-level employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting

•Demonstrate the behavioral, ethical, and professional interpersonal skills necessary for employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Medical Receptionist•Perform the medical receptionist skills necessary for entry-level employment as a medical receptionist in an ambulatory health care setting

•Perform computer applications necessary for entry-level employment in an ambulatory health care setting

•Demonstrate the behavioral, ethical, and professional interpersonal skills necessary for employment as a Medical Receptionist in an ambulatory health care setting
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) ParamedicUpon graduation, the graduate will demonstrate:

The ability to comprehend, apply, and evaluate information relative to the role of an entry-level Paramedic.

Technical proficiency in all of the skills necessary to fulfill the role of an entry-level Paramedic.

Personal behaviors consistent with professional and employer expectations of an entry-level Paramedic.

Preparedness to pass the National Registry Paramedic level cognitive and psychomotor examinations.
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Health Care Technology Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Pharmacy Technician Certificate of AchievementPerform the administrative and clinical skills nencessary for entry-level employment as a pharmacy technician in an institutional, community-based, or hospital pharmacy.Details
Health Care Technology Certificate of Completion EKG Technician1)Comprehend, apply, and evaluate information relative to the role of EKG Technician.

2)Demonstrate technical skills necessary to fulfill the role of EKG Technician.

3)Behave professionally, skillfully, and in a manner consistent with employer expectations for an entry-level position in EKG.

4) Demonstrate the technical skills to perform clinical tasks on EKG machines, Holter monitor systems and exercise stress test equipment
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Health Care Technology Major Cardiovascular Echocardiography Technology 1. Comprehend, apply, and evaluate information relative to the role of Cardiac Sonographer.

2. Demonstrate technical skills necessary to fulfill the role of Cardiac Sonographer.

3. Behave professionally, skillfully, and in a manner consistent with employer expectations for an entry-level position in cardiac ultrasound.
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Health Care Technology Major Medical Administrative Assisting• Perform the reception skills necessary for entry-level employment as a Medical Administrative Assistant in an ambulatory health care setting

•Perform the medical billing procedures necessary for entry-level employment as a Medical Administrative Assistant in an ambulatory health care setting

•Perform computer applications necessary for entry-level employment in an ambulatory health care setting

•Perform management skills necessary for entry-level employment in an ambulatory health care setting
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Health Care Technology Major Medical Office AssistingPerform clinical skills necessary for entry-level employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting.

Perform administrative skills necessary for entry-level employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting.

Demonstrate the behavioral, ethical, and professinal interpersonal skills necessary for employment as a medical assistant in an ambulatory health care setting
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Health Care Technology Major ParamedicUpon graduation, the graduate will demonstrate

• The ability to comprehend, apply, and evaluate information relative to the role of an entry-level Paramedic.

• Technical proficiency in all of the skills necessary to fulfill the role of an entry-level Paramedic.

• Personal behaviors consistent with professional and employer expectations of an entry-level Paramedic.
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Health Education Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Healthcare Interpreting CertificateSLO 5. Analyze the subtleties, implications, and applications of various techniques used to manage the flow of communication such as the Transparency technique, the pre and post sessions, the use of 1st and 3rd person grammatical form, when interpreting from 1 language to another – and demonstrate these.

SLO 6. Contrast and/or describe cultural beliefs and practices regarding health and healthcare between the dominant (US) culture, the culture of biomedicine and the various cultures of the LEP patient communities and describe cultural gaps between providers and LEP patients of the culture that the student will be interpreting

SLO 11. Develop personal learning objectives, a plan for developing and improving interpreting skills, and produce a professional resume geared towards health care job market
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Health Education Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Drug and Alcohol Studies3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of professional and ethical code of behavior: informing clients of their confidentiality rights, mandatedDetails
Health Education Major Health Education• Analyze the various factors that shape health and illness of

individuals and communities and propose and compare strategies to improve

health.
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Labor and Communiity Studies Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Cesar Chavez, Solidarity Forever/Si Se PuedePSLO 2

: ... able to

interpret how economic

and political power is

exercised in the United

States, including by

working people and their unions.
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Latin American and Latino/a Studies Certificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Certificate of Achievement in Latin American and Latino/a StudiesTo Prepare students in developing the skills necessary to understand how race, class, gender, ethnicity and sexuality intersect with the Latino/a experience in the United States and Latin AmericaDetails
Latin American and Latino/a Studies Major Latin American Latino/a StudiesTo Apply theories and methodologies in Latin American and Latino Studies to further training in upper division course work at a 4-year university.Details
Learning AssistanceDiscipline Learning Assistance Discipline PLOs- Demonstrate personal responsibility for learning.

- Apply study strategies to academic courses.

- Examine and demonstrate critical analysis techniques.
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies Major Issues in Lesbian Relationships (switch to course assessment form)B. Analyze the influence of historical, cultural, sociological, and legal factors on the lesbian dyad.

E. Synthesize the complexity of sexual and gender orientation with the social construction of sexuality; relate these dynamics to the stages of lesbian identity development and to the foundation of relationship.

G. Improve critical-thinking skills through class discussions, analysis of assigned journal articles, exam preparation, and essay writing.
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies Major LGBTResearch, analyze, and critically address key issues in understanding Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex histories and the

intersectionality of LGBTQI identity formations with race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, age, and ability within the context of

systems of power and privilege.

• Think and write critically about key issues concerning LGBTQI people in various regions of the world with a keen understanding of the ways

that race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation and other factors that form cultural identity are informed by

issues of politics, religion and colonial histories throughout different historical, political, and social contexts.
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Library Information Technology Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Certificate[Students will be able to:]

PSLO 02. Analyze problems of information access encountered by minorities, by the information poor, by the under-served and by special populations within the context of US and state constitutional and statutory law, and the professional ethics of the American Library Association

PSLO 04. Critique the quality of information products and services, and to evaluate them both for agency purchase and for practical or academic use by self and others
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Library Information Technology Major Library Information TecchnologyPSLO 02. Analyze problems of information access encountered by minorities, by the information poor, by the under-served and by special populations within the context of US and state constitutional and statutory law, and the professional ethics of the American Library AssociationDetails
Mathematics Discipline Mathematics• Construct, transform, and interrelate symbolic, graphical, numerical, and verbal representations of mathematical structures and patterns.

• Read, interpret, communicate, and critique mathematical explanations.

• Apply appropriate mathematical modeling methods and tools to solve problems in a clear and organized way.
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Mathematics Major AS-T in Mathematics• Demonstrate computational and conceptual proficiency in differential and integral calculus, both single and multi-variable.

• Recognize and construct valid mathematical arguments.

• Use appropriate concepts and techniques from calculus and post-calculus mathematics to solve applied problems.

• Understand and apply rules of formal systems.
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Music Discipline Music1. Appraise how musical works are composed through the study of foundational elements: melody, harmony, rhythm, form, instrumentation and texture.

2. Assess the aesthetic values in music and the roles music plays in the aesthetics of various time periods, styles and world regimes.

3. Evaluate how music has evolved throughout history, and in specific styles and world regions.
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Nursing, RNMajor Registered Nursing3. Deliver effective nursing care to the patient by utilizing their acquired skills in problem solving and leadershipDetails
Older Adults Discipline Older AdultsExhibit or improve written and/or oral expression and critical thinking skills.Details
Philippine Studies Discipline Philippine StudiesPSLO 1: IDENTIFY AND APPLY BASIC RESEARCH METHODS IN THE STUDY OF PHILIPPINE SOCIETY AD CULTURE

PSLO 3: EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS SUCH AS COLONIZATION AND IMMIGRATION ON THE SITUATION AND CONDITIONS OF VARIOUS PHILIPPINE REGIONS AND GROUPS

PSLO 4: APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TOWARDS CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND APPRECIATION OF ONE'S OWN AND OF OTHERS' HERITAGE .
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Photography Major Photography MajorPSLO 3: Apply concepts such as the elements & principles of design and aesthetics to create and evaluate photographic imagesDetails
Physical Education & Dance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) African Heritage Performance CertificateDevelop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, focus, observation, and evaluation through a course of study including dance technique, choreography, performance technique, body alignment, dance history, and nutrition.Details
Physical Education & Dance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Classical Dance PerformanceDevelop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, focus, observation, and evaluation through a course of study including dance technique, choreography, performance technique, body alignment, dance history, and nutrition.Details
Physical Education & Dance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Dance Aerobics FitnessDevelop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, focus, observation, and evaluation through a course of study including dance technique, choreography, performance technique, body alignment, dance history, and nutrition.Details
Physical Education & Dance Certificate of Accomplishment (credit: usually under 18 units) Social and Folk Dance PerformanceDevelop skills in critical and creative thinking, problem solving, focus, observation, and evaluation through a course of study including dance technique, choreography, performance technique, body alignment, dance history, and nutrition.Details
Physical Education & Dance Major Dance Performing ArtsDemonstrate skills in critical thinking, creative and innovative thinking, adaptive competence, problem solving, observation, evaluation, and apply these skills to other aspects of life.Details
PhysicsMajor PhysicsUpon completion of this program, students will be able to:

Apply the principles of mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, waves, optics, and modern physics to theoretical problems as well as to experimental applications.

Demonstrate laboratory skills including how to take and analyze data, keep an organized lab book, and write a lab report.

Apply mathematics through multivariable calculus to solve physics problems.
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Radiologic Sciences Major Diagnostic Medical ImagingStudents will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking and problem solving methods as appropriate to a given situation or encounter.Details
Radiologic Sciences Major Radiation Therapy Technology2.6 Use critical thinking skills and apply knowledge to a changing clinical environment.

2.7 Assess and manage radiation induced patient side effects and complications as part of the interdisciplinary management strategy.

2.8 Students recognize emergency situations and respond appropriately.

2.4 Students are able to recognize and implement changes in treatment plans.

2.7 Assess and manage radiation induced patient side effects and complications as part of the interdisciplinary management strategy.

3.6 Analyze current health care research for application to the radiation therapy practice

3.3 Demonstrate initiative in the performance of classroom and clinical duties.
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Social Sciences Discipline American StudiesLearning Outcome 1:

Evaluate the basic perspectives of social science disciplines, particularly

the concepts of power, through their application to American cultural artifacts and socio-political texts.

Learning Outcome 2:

Integrate basic social sciences approaches and methodologies and their

application to course topics

.

Learning Outcome 3:

Distinguish the functions of different forms of artistic and literary

expression in American social, cultural and political forces, issues and ideas

.

Learning Outcome 4:

Demonstrate an ability to discuss major historic, literary, artistic, and social movements in the United States

.

Learning Outcome 5:

Evaluate information in primary sources
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Social Sciences Discipline Economics• PSLO 1: Identify, analyze, apply and evaluate basic economic concepts, principles and methods.

• PSLO 2: Identify, analyze, apply, compare and evaluate important economic models and theories.

• PSLO 3: Identify and analyze important economic problems and issues, and identify and evaluate relevant economic policy alternatives.

• PSLO 5: Identify, analyze and evaluate important historical, cultural, and economic factors in the differing economic activities of people in the United States of different races and ethnicities, and identify, analyze, apply, and evaluate alternative theories and related policy recommendations regarding economic inequality based on race and ethnicity.

• PSLO 6: Identify, analyze and evaluate important historical, cultural, and economic factors in the differing economic activities of women in the United States, including women of different races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations, and identify, analyze, apply, and evaluate alternative theories and related policy recommendations regarding economic inequality based on gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.

• PSLO 7: Identify, analyze, apply and evaluate the economic concepts, principles and alternative economic theories of the nature and development of international economic relations, including international trade and finance, considering important institutions and policies affecting international trade and finance.

• PSLO 8: Identify, develop, apply and interpret the important concepts and methods of descriptive and inferential statistics relevant for economics, the other social sciences and statistical analysis in general.
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Social Sciences Discipline HistoryPSLO 1: Demonstrate a breadth of knowledge of historical developments and trends, including the impact of class, gender, ethnicity, culture and politics related to the courses taken.

PSLO 2: Demonstrate the ability to critically analyze, evaluate and synthesize historical evidence and interpretations and to use methods of inquiry and expression appropriate to the course.

PSLO 3: Demonstrate the ability to interpret primary and secondary sources and to compose a written argument or interpretation which uses them, as appropriate, for support.

PSLO 4: Explain the major social, cultural, political and economic developments in United States history, their causes and effects, and their historical significance.

PSLO 5: Analyze changes in the political, social, cultural and economic organization in the western world and explain their historical significance.

PSLO 6: Demonstrate an understanding of the major social, cultural, political and economic developments in non-western countries and their historical impact on the western world and global development.

PSLO 7: Exhibit an understanding of the art, literature, and major cultural traditions of people through the ages, as appropriate.
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Social Sciences Discipline PhilosophyDemonstrate skills of conceptual analysis and argument comprehension, construction, and evaluation.

Apply conceptual analysis skills to the fundamental problems involved in building reliable theoretical knowledge or formulating sound ethical judgments.

Analyze and demonstrate an understanding of the science of logic, with emphasis on the concept of proof and symbolic systems for calculating truth-value relationships.

Actively examine theories of the philosophical-scientific tradition from its ancient beginnings to its contemporary developments.
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Social Sciences Discipline Political ScienceLearning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of American political principles.

Learning Outcome 2: Analyze and critique current political topics and issues.

Learning Outcome 3: Demonstrate an understanding of the forms and processes of political participation at the local, state, national and/or international levels.

Learning Outcome 4: Evaluate the structure and functions of a variety of other nations’ political systems and the international system.

Learning Outcome 5: Analyze different political theories, including liberalism and conservatism.

Learning Outcome 6: Analyze the historical and philosophical foundations of the United States and California constitutions.

Learning Outcome 7: Evaluate information utilizing appropriate social sciences methodologies and approaches, including the use of primary sources.

Learning Outcome 8: Examine complex issues and develop, evaluate and test solutions and hypotheses.
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Speech Communication Major Communication Studies AA-TExhibit advanced critical thinking skills to structure logical, credible, and well researched arguments that re-enforce or effectuate change in people’s attitudes, beliefs, relationships, and social and political policies.Details
Transitional Studies Certificate of Completion Academic Skills Elementary Level 1Use mathematical reasoning to solve problemsDetails
Transitional Studies Certificate of Completion Academic Skills Intermediate Level 2Cite the textual evidence that supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

Use mathematical reasoning to solve problems.

Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question or solve a problem.
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Transitional Studies Certificate of Completion Adult Basic Education Level 1Write opinions pieces on topics or texts supporting a point of view with reasons and informationDetails
Transitional Studies Certificate of Completion Adult Basic Education Level 2Use mathematical reasoning to solve problemsDetails
Transitional Studies Certificate of Completion Adult Secondary Education Level 3 Recognize the logical structures of ideas and draw implications.

Apply information in a new context.

Interpret data from graphs and compute averages.

Use estimation and mental arithmetic.
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Transitional Studies Discipline CCSF High School Diploma ProgramUse mathematical reasoning to solve problems.

Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question or solve a problem.

Evaluate the hypotheses, data, analysis and conclusions in a science text, verifying the data when possible and corroborating or challenging conclusions with other sources of information.
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Women's StudiesCertificate of Achievement (credit: usually 18 or more units) Sexual Health Educator Certificate7 Create and produce sexual health education events, such as interactive presentations, health fairs, guest lectures, video screenings, and publicity campaignsDetails
Women's StudiesDiscipline Project SURVIVE2. Model a healthy relationship with each presentation partner, taking into consideration presentation styles, individual differences dominant culture distributions of power, and experience with the programDetails
Women's StudiesMajor Women's Studies MajorExamine the process of gender socialization.

• Analyze sexism in conjunction with other forms of institutionalized oppression such as racism, homophobia/heterosexism, classism, ableism, ageism, transphobia and ageism/adultism.

• Distinguish women’s experiences across cultures.

• Examine women’s political, historical and artistic achievements.

• Apply strategies for improving communication.

• Demonstrate healthy behaviors in their personal, social, and work lives
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