2009 - 2010 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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exotic animal training and management exotic animal training and management eatm m15cl – 2 units wildlife education iii lab eatm m21b – 1 unit animal training ii prerequisites eatm m15b and eatm m15bl class hours 6 lab prerequisites eatm m21a corequisite eatm m21bl class hours 1 lecture provides a range of supervised wildlife education production and performance activities involving presentations with live animals performance rehearsing and animal handling in preparation for a public performance is stressed students will have opportunities to conduct presentations to a variety of audiences in a variety of settings applies the basic elements of production staging publicity script development set design and construction and performance safety considerations animal handling and voice techniques may be taken for a total of four 4 times for credit formerly eatm m16 applies to associate degree presents techniques of animal training including husbandry training training groups of animals and dealing with aggression includes developing training plans protected contact training and problem-solving applies to associate degree eatm m21bl – 2 units animal training ii lab prerequisites eatm m21al corequisite completion of or concurrent enrollment in eatm m21b class hours 6 lab eatm m15d – 1 unit wildlife education iv prerequisites eatm m15b corequisite eatm m15dl class hours 1 lecture provides the student with the opportunity to develop the skills needed to train husbandry behaviors through hands-on work with animals at the teaching zoo may be taken for a total of two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree requires design development and implementation of wildlife education outreach programs for audiences of various ages cultural orientations and developmental levels the student will gather information on environmental and conservation issues and incorporate this material into educational presentations formerly eatm m46 applies to associate degree eatm m21c – 1 unit animal training iii prerequisites eatm m21b class hours 1 lecture eatm m15dl – 2 units wildlife education iv lab presents advanced techniques of animal training and studio animal training topics include problem solving career issues complex training and animal behavior management applies to associate degree prerequisites eatm m15cl corequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in eatm m15d class hours 6 lab eatm m21p – 1 unit animal training practicum prerequisites eatm m01b and ansc m04 or psy m12 class hours 3 lab provides the second year eatm student with the opportunity to develop and implement wildlife education programs in the community to audiences of various ages cultural orientations and developmental levels applies to associate degree offers hands-on experience training of animals requires team work as part of training one or more animals at americas teaching zoo requires developing training plans working cooperatively with co-trainers addressing training problems as necessary may be taken for a total of four 4 times for credit applies to associate degree eatm m21a – 1 unit animal training i prerequisites eatm m01b ansc m04 or psy m12 corequisite eatm m21al class hours 1 lecture eatm m22a/b – 1 to 3 units independent studies in exotic animal training and management introduces the student to basic techniques of animal training including applying operant conditioning theory record keeping and controlling behavior topics include the history of animal training reasons for training animals factors affecting training success and shaping of new behaviors applies to associate degree prerequisites a previous eatm course class hours 1 to 3 as arranged allows an independent project approved by instructor and dean to expand knowledge of exotic animal training and management 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 uc determined after admission eatm m21al – 2 units animal training i lab prerequisites eatm m01bl ansc m04l or psy m12l corequisite completion of or concurrent enrollment in eatm m21a class hours 6 lab provides the student with the opportunity to develop basic animal training techniques through hands-on work with animals at the teaching zoo the student will perform behavioral observations develop training plans maintain training records and shape the behavior of one or more animals applies to associate degree course listing 160 moorpark college catalog 2009/10