2003 - 2005 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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welcome moorpark college academic calendar 2003-04 spring semester 2004 moorpark college provides two primary semesters of instruction—fall and spring—as well as a summer intersession semester within each semester the courses are offered in many different scheduling patterns most are the traditional semester-length courses but many are condensed in time to better match busy schedules in the primary terms some classes start a few weeks later than the semester-length classes and meet for roughly 13-15 weeks more closely duplicating public-school and four-year-school calendars other courses can be completed in four six or eight-week time frames and some courses are even available as one-day seminars distance learning options online and televideo courses are also available some classes are offered on saturdays and sundays course times and delivery modes are noted in each semester’s schedule of classes january 12 may 19 2004 january 12 first day of semester-length

curriculum degrees and certificates awarded to students who have successfully completed a minimum of 60 semester units in general education courses with at least 18 units in one curriculum area xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx curriculum essential skills exotic animal training and management french geographic information systems geography geology german graphics • graphic design • computerized composition • desktop publishing • print technology health education health science • certified nurse assistant • emergency medical technician • health information technology • nursing science • radiologic technology hebrew history humanities interior design international and intercultural studies italian japanese jewish studies program journalism print broadcast learning skills • assistive computer technology mathematics multimedia • animation • broadcast • business •

business business bus m02c 3 units managerial accounting prerequisites bus m02b class hours 3 lecture examines how managers use accounting information in making decisions focuses on cost terms and concepts methods of accounting for manufacturing costs cost behavior and estimation cost analysis including cost-volume-profit analysis cost control budgeting variance analysis and responsibility accounting complies with the california core competency model for the first course in accounting developed by the california society of certified public accountants committee on accounting education applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can bus 4 can bus seq a bus m02a+m02b+m02c bus m09b 0.5 unit spreadsheet in managerial accounting prerequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in bus m09a or cis m19a and bus m02c class hours 1.5 lab continues the introduction of the use of spreadsheets in accounting applications emphasizes the use of spreadsheet software in advanced

computer network systems engineering computer network systems engineering cnse m39 1.5 units sql server implementation prerequisites cnse m35 recommended preparation database relational concepts and sql commands class hours 1 lecture 1.5 lab provides an overview of sql server and transact-sql includes creating databases creating database objects implementing data integrity planning and creating indexes maintaining indexes querying multiple tables and advanced query techniques summarizing data implementing views managing transactions and locks working with distributed data implementing stored procedures and implementing triggers may be taken two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree cnse m43 3.0 units windows 2000 network infrastructure administration prerequisites cnse m31 or cnse m71 class hours 3 lecture 1 lab prepares students to install manage monitor configure and troubleshoot domain name system dns dynamic host configuration protocol dhcp remote access network

engineering technology english transfer information career opportunities students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of support services available in the transfer center admin bldg 805 378-1551 transfer students interested in specializing in engineering technology who wish to qualify for an associate in science degree could explore physics or engineering as a possible major editor for house publications copywriter journalist library reference worker television writer technical writer publicist researcher copy editor program developer civil service positions executive assistant manager trainee scenario writer legal aide report writer proofreader novelist playwright biographer story writer magazine writer poet public relations worker most careers require additional degrees to explore specific career options check the software and online resources available in the career services center campus center 805 378-1536

graphics graphics print technology field service engineer complete all 24 specified units cs m01 intro to computer science 4.0 cs m10a computer programming with c 4.0 el m10/m10l passive circuits/lab 3.0/1.0 el m16/m16l analog circuits/lab 3.0/1.0 el m17/m17l digital circuits/lab 3.0/1.0 el m21 microprocessors and microcomputers 2.0 el m24 diagnostics trouble shooting repair 2.0 see general education degree requirements and transfer information students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of the support services available in the transfer center admin bldg 805 378-1551 certificate of achievement to earn a certificate of achievement students complete 32 specified units this program prepares students for various occupations in the offset lithography industry emphasizing basic and advanced skills in preparatory and production techniques required courses units gr m10 intro to graphics 3.0 gr

jewish studies journalism jewish studies journalism the jewish studies program provides an understanding of the rich cultural and historical heritage of jewish civilization in a multi-disciplinary academic context fabienne mcphal naples phone 805 378-1445 the journalism major program has a twofold purpose to provide preparation for careers in newspaper and magazine editorial work television and radio news or public relations and to provide a study of the media of mass communications for those students who feel it would contribute to their liberal education an internship program in connection with local print media is available faculty career opportunities full-time dan brown part-time sidney adler jeffrey blutingen jerry caplan counselors frank bianchino ofelia romero-motlagh reporter feature writer copy editor editorial assistant makeup editor photographer layout worker advertising assistant writer publicity director technical writer proofreader stringer production assistant most

philosophy philosophy phil m02 3 units introduction to ethics prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture studies the types and applications of moral theories analyses the normative and non-normative factors in making moral choices as well as the nature of moral standards and values and their relevance to contemporary moral issues such as abortion capital punishment sexuality and marriage war etc provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc can phil 4 igetc area 3b phil m05 3 units critical thinking and analytic writing prerequisites engl m01a class hours 3 lecture introduces critical reasoning including analysis and synthesis induction and deduction and identification of assumptions and perspectives emphasizes oral and written analysis and argumentation clarifying fact belief and value and identifying and avoiding common fallacies of thought logic and language expands

radiologic technology science and technology radt m14 1 unit radiographic film critique skills lab prerequisites radt m13 corequisite radt m04a/m04al class hours 3 lab provides clinical film critique to integrate clinical practice and classroom education evaluates technical errors on radiographs and reviews strategies for avoiding future errors may be taken two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree transfer credit csu recreation courses rec m01 3 units programs and leadership prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces the philosophies organization promotion and leadership of various types of recreation programs agencies and organizations emphasizing effective leadership techniques and program services applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc radt m15 1 unit venipuncture and ecg for diagnostic imaging prerequisites certified radiologic technologist or radt m02a class hours 0.5 lecture 1.5 lab provides practice of basic venipuncture techniques in upper

student rights and responsibilities inquiries regarding these laws and regulations and the corresponding board policies may be directed to the district affirmative action officer –c o district office 333 skyway drive camarillo california 93010 phone 805 384-8300 • using the district reporting form as a guide the intake facilitator will prepare a written report setting forth the results of the investigation the findings shall be reported to the vice chancellor of human resources • final disposition shall be reported back to the complainant and the alleged harasser in a timely manner and will also be filed with the state chancellor’s office in sacramento sexual harassment complaint procedure i introduction it is the policy of the ventura county community college district to provide an educational employment and business environment free of unwelcome sexual advances requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct or communications including voice