2010 - 2011 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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college strategies communication studies col m04 – 1 unit college leadership and student mentoring 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 career transfer center located in fountain hall 805 378-1536 prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture introduces leadership and mentoring skills to college students discusses student development theory and its application to leadership and mentoring applies to associate degree transfer credit csu degree in communications to earn an associate in arts degree with a major in communications students complete 39 specified units plus general education degree requirements the interdisciplinary approach further enhances students’ flexibility for transfer and professional development col m04l – 0.5 to 1.0 unit leadership and mentoring practicum prerequisites none recommended prep col m04 class hours 1.5 to 3 lab in addition to general education degree requirements complete the following required courses units comm m01 introduction to speech 3.0 gr m10 introduction to communication design 3.0 gr m20 macintosh and ibm operating systems 2.0 jour m01 media and society 3.0 jour m02 reporting and writing for the media 3.0 phot m01a beginning photography 3.0 ftvm m20 introduction to television studio 3.0 ftvm m40 audio production 3.0 and choose one of the following engl m01a english composition 4.0 engl m01ah honors english composition 4.0 and choose one of the following bus m37 marketing 3.0 bus m38 advertising 3.0 and choose one of the following engl m05 introduction to scriptwriting film/tv/radio 3.0 ftvm m11 introduction to scriptwriting film/tv/radio 3.0 plus additional courses from gr jour phot or rt 6.0 see separate course descriptions to make selections total 39.0 see general education degree requirements and transfer information a supervised training practicum for students currently or previously enrolled in leadership and mentoring courses applies to associate degree transfer credit csu col m05 – 0.0 unit supervised tutoring across the curriculum prerequisite none class hours 2 lab individual and/or group tutoring designed to assist in reviewing course material and preparing for class assignments and tests may be taken for a total of 4 times non-credit non-degree applicable col m06 – 0.5-1.5 units college skills for success prerequisite none class hours 1.5-4.5 lab supervised individualized self-paced course of text video and computerized activities designed to develop and improve a student’s reading writing math and/or study skills for college success students can choose to focus on improving one or more of the following subjects reading writing math and/or study skills may be taken for a total of 4 times for credit applies to associate degree communication studies formerly speech communications program purpose students who complete communication studies classes will be able to organize and convey their ideas in oral written and/or performance settings communications is a broad term that describes a general field of study moorpark college offers three primary career paths within communications communication and speech is one of the most fundamental skills any student can acquire oral communication competence is the most highly prized and sought after skill in the professional world and an indispensable requirement for succeeding in all academic disciplines the communication studies department offers both theoretical and practical classes the college’s awardwinning forensics team puts these skills into action each semester communications this interdisciplinary academic program enhances students’ flexibility for transfer and professional development by introducing core disciplines such as english speech graphics journalism and radio/television see specific course listings under specified disciplines film television media formerly radio/television dean this occupational/transfer program offers practical training and application for work in education or commercial radio television and related production fields by providing local internship opportunities in radio/television motion pictures promotion and post-production see specific course listings under film television media patricia ewins phone 805 378-1408 full-time faculty august benassi iii stephen doyle jill mccall rolland petrello neal stewart counselors denice avila michael johnson journalism this occupational/transfer program offers practical training and application for work in education or commercial print arenas by providing local internship opportunities at newspapers in areas such as news writing and reporting copy editing newspaper production broadcast journalism and public relations see specific course listings under journalism course listing 120 moorpark college catalog 2010/11