2007 - 2008 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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welcome moorpark college vision statement history at moorpark college we encourage quality and believe our strengths have been and will continue to be people—their flexibility their responsiveness and their willingness to meet the needs of our students and community we believe that building on these strengths provides an educational experience appropriate to the students’ needs and within the college’s mission moorpark college was established in 1963 by the governing board of the ventura county community college district soon after a 134-acre site on moorpark’s eastern city boundary was secured in a combination donation/purchase from the strathearns a local ranching family in 1965 taxpayers passed an $8 million bond to build the first phase of the district’s second community college construction of the administration library science technology campus center gymnasium and maintenance buildings began in 1966 with the paint barely dry and remnants of

career graduation and transfer transfer admission agreement taa 4 a candidate for an additional degree must complete 12 or more units of credit in residence at moorpark college concurrent with or after completion of requirements for the first associate degree in addition a candidate must be in attendance at mc in the semester during which graduation requirements for the additional degree are completed 5 a student must complete all the required courses listed in the catalog for the specific majors in the event that unmet requirements for a specific major do not total 12 units a student must complete the remaining units from electives listed under the major or courses as approved by the appropriate division 6 in the case of degree offering two or more options a student may earn an additional degree within the same filed by completing the requirements for that option the additional degree and all other requirements specified herein appeals to the above policy may be submitted on a

biological sciences biological sciences biol m05 4 units field biology – a natural history of california biol m11a 4 units introduction to biotechnology molecular biology i prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture 3 lab class hours 3 lecture 3 lab examines the role of molecular biology in the manufacturing of commercial pharmaceutical and agricultural products introduces basic biotechnology laboratory skills including documentation safety and solution and buffer preparation develops proficiency in aseptic technique spectrophotometry and electrophoresis same course as biot m01a applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc introduces the ecology taxonomy and natural history of plant life in the diverse ecosystems of california uses the principles of evolution ecology and geology to illustrate the structure of plant communities that form the bases of ecosystems includes identification of dominant plant species in each community and visits to desert salt and fresh water

computer information systems computer network systems engineering cis m40 4 units visual basic i developed topics include cis m60c 1 unit internet and www i prerequisites cis m16 recommended prep cis m16 class hours 3 lecture/3 lab prerequisites none recommended prep cis m17 class hours 0.5 lecture/1.5 lab windows programming environment using visual basic includes an overview of windows and provides an introduction to object-oriented event-driven programming topics include forms controls event procedures properties methods files and graphics the user interface managing projects proper program design and structure and flow control provides some basic understanding of and experience in the development and use of error handling and debugging procedures applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc provides a window into the world wide web and its abundance of resources provides hands-on experience using popular search engines selecting an internet provider and using e-mail and

economics education econ m04 3 units economic development of the united states counselor anitra evans pam kennedy-luna prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture transfer information students planning to transfer need to consult with a counselor prepare a student education plan and take advantage of support services available in the career/transfer center located in the administration building 805 3781536 transfer students interested in specializing in education or teaching who wish to qualify for an associate in arts degree could explore liberal studies as a possible major see general education degree requirements and transfer information introduces the evolution of u s economic institutions as revealed by economic analyses and quantitative data as well as the application of economics to social change and economic problems applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc econ m22a/b 1 to 3 units independent studies in internship in economics prerequisites a previous course in

graphics graphics graphics courses counselors denice avila gr m10 3 units introduction to communication design transfer information prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture 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 career transfer center located in the administration building 805 378-1536 fundamentals of communication design including design theory the language and history of design and contemporary design practices emphasis on basic principles and the human experience in design including graphic design and advertising industrial design environmental design and electronic arts applies to associate degree transfer credit csu degree and certificate of achievement options in graphics associate degree in graphics to earn an associate in science degree with a major in graphics students complete 33-41 specified units plus general education degree requirements this program

learning skills mathematics ls m20 0.5 to 1.5 units assessment of learning skills/lab degree in mathematics to earn an associate in arts degree with a major in mathematics students complete 35 specified units plus general education degree requirements these major requirements optimize preparation for upper division course work for advanced degrees in mathematics offered by four-year institutions since the course work in mathematics is sequential students may spend less time earning an associate and/or bachelor’s degree by deferring some of the university general education requirements until their junior and senior years and by giving priority to the requirements for a major in mathematics in addition earning this degree suggests an achievement of technical skills that may be helpful in seeking immediate employment prerequisites none class hours 1.5 to 4.5 lab as arranged open lab for students with disabilities provides tutoring by specially trained staff emphasizes techniques

photography photography phot m01b 3 units intermediate photography required courses units art m13 history of art modern to contemporary 3.0 art m20 two dimensional design 3.0 phot m01a beginning photography 3.0 phot m01b intermediate photography 3.0 phot m02 history of photography 3.0 phot m03 basic color 3.0 phot m04 advanced photography 3.0 phot m06 electronic and digital photography 3.0 phot m08 basic photo journalism 3.0 total 27.0 see general education degree requirements and transfer information prerequisites phot m01a or suitable portfolio class hours 2 lecture 3 lab explores variety of traditional techniques in black and white including high contrast images solarization posterization gum bichromate printing and cyanotypes reviews film sensitivity testing developer density parameters paper and paper developer characteristics archival processing the use of medium format cameras and introduction to the view camera emphasizes creativity applies to associate degree transfer

radiologic technology recreation radt m22a/b 1 to 3 units independent studies in radiography radt m10b 2 units introduction to radiographic technique prerequisites a previous course in radiologic technology class hours 1 to 3 as arranged prerequisites admission to the moorpark college radiography program corequisites radt m10a and radt m10al class hours 2 lecture allows an independent project approved by instructor and dean to expand knowledge of radiologic technology through research lab work or field trips includes one-on-one work with instructor may be taken for a maximum of six 6 units.applies to associate degree transfer credit csu for uc determined after admission provides a basic knowledge for radiographic equipment and design it will cover different types of radiographic equipment x-ray circuits and generators also covers basic atomic structure electromagnetic spectrum and properties of x-rays may be taken for a total of two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree

campus services copiers instructional resources guidelines for grammar essay structure and citation formats are available for students to take away with them some course texts and writing reference manuals are available for use within the center cd-roms and videos may be obtained checked-out or used on site at our instructional resource desk students may also choose to enroll in self-paced on-line tutorial instruction see individualized plan or make use of internet based self-paced learning coin operated copy machines are available for student use in the administration building campus center and the library printing is available for a small fee in the open access computer labs food court located in the campus center lost and found workshops students can attend free workshops on grammar punctuation essay structure thesis statements essay development avoiding plagiarism in research writing citing sources mla apa cm or creative writing writing center workshop calendars can be found on