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Catalog 2012 - 2013 College Catalog

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important campus phone numbers main campus number 805 378-1400 america’s teaching zoo 378-1441 athletic events 378-1457 bookstore 378-1436 career transfer center 378-1536 child development center 378-1401 counseling 378-1428 eops 378-1464 facilities maintenance operations 378-1454 facility rentals 378-1400 x1856 financial aid 378-1462 help desk it 378-1400 x1735 international students 378-1414 library 378-1450 performing arts box office 378-1485 police campus 378-1455 records registration 378-1429 scholarships 378-1418 student activities 378-1434 student business office 378-1437 student employment 378-1536 student health services 378-1413 administrative offices president 378-1407 executive vice president of student learning 378-1403 vice president of business services 378-1412 student learning divisions/departments call 378-1400 and enter the extension to reach a department chair or coordinator dean lisa miller mathematics and

counselors assist students with academic planning as well as career and personal matters although any counselor can help any student most counselors have particular expertise in specific majors students are encouraged to develop a working relationship with an individual counselor consistent counselor contact and follow-up is essential for maximum educational success for more specific information visit http www.moorparkcollege.edu/services_for_students/counseling index.shtml students will • work in coordination with a counselor at appropriate times throughout their educational cycle at moorpark college to ­– set initial educational/career/exploration goal and develop an ed plan prior to the completion of 15 credit units ­– use their ed plan to select appropriate classes for each semester ­– prior to the completion of 45 credit units meet with a counselor to explore options and/or review and or revise ed plan as needed to adapt to developing

graduation information graduation requirements as authorized by the california education code and title 5 of the california administrative code the ventura county community college district governing board confers the associate in arts degree the associate in science degree and certificates of achievement on students who provide the required transcripts meet the respective requirements as listed in the catalog and who file with the appropriate college office an application for a degree and/or certificates graduation requirements for the associate degree area listed on page 48 of this catalog graduation requirements for certificates of achievement are listed on page 47 student responsibility while counselors are available for assistance the college expects every student to be familiar with graduation requirements and to assume the responsibility for their completion graduation application steps • students must file a petition for a degree certificate and/or proficiency award

international baccalaureate ib test equivalency list for mc ge approved by mc curriculum committee on jan 10 2012 mc ge category mc ge units earned total mc units earned includes ge units minimum passing score for csu csu min semester credit earned toward transfer csu ge units earned toward csu gebreadth cert csu ge area 2 igetc area igetc units earned toward cert total uc units earned toward transfer includes ge units biology hl a1 3 6 5 6 3 b2 5b w/out lab 3 5.3 international baccalaureate ib exam chemistry hl a2 3 6 5 6 3 b1 5a w/out lab 3 5.3 economics hl b2 3 6 5 6 3 d2 4b 3 5.3 geography hl b2 3 6 5 6 3 d5 4e 3 5.3 history any region hl b2 3 6 5 6 3 c2 or d6 3b or 4f 3 5.3 language a1 any language except english hl c2 3 6 3b and 6a 3 5.3 language a2 any language except english hl c2 3 6 3b and 6a 3 5.3 language a1 any language hl c2 3 6 4 6 3 c2 3b 3 5.3 language a2 any language hl c2 3 6 4 6 3 c2 3b 3 5.3 language b any language hl c2 3 6 4 6 0 n/a 6a 3 5.3 mathematics hl d2

bus m37 – marketing 3 units prerequisites none recommended prep bus m30 or econ m30 and bus m28 or engl m02 class hours 3 lecture introduces basic concepts and practices of modern marketing including building customer relationships strategic planning market research buyer behavior market segmentation target marketing new product development pricing channels of distribution retailing integrated marketing communication global marketing marketing in the internet age and ethics applies to associate degree transfer credit csu bus m38 – advertising 3 units bus m54 – organizational behavior 3 units prerequisites none recommended prep bus m30 and bus m28 or engl m02 class hours 3 lecture examines organizational behavior in the contemporary workplace and how it relates to organizational effectiveness focuses on understanding organizational culture how individual employee differences impact the organization employee motivation improving performance effective teamwork

danc m30b – ballroom ii 1.5 units prerequisites danc m30a class hours 1 lecture 2 lab expands exper tise in ballroom dancing by reviewing basic steps and increasing styling techniques for the fox-trot swing waltz cha-cha tango rumba samba mambo polka and selected novelty dances requires attendance at out of class dance danc m30a and/or danc m30b either individually or in combination may be taken for a total of four 4 times for credit applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc danc m31 – world dance cultures 3 units danc m51d – dance performance/production iv prerequisites intermediate dance class recommended prep concurrent enrollment in dance class class hours 1 lecture 3 lab offers practical experience in the many phases of dance productions concerts and demonstrations focuses on dance performance with some review of choreography and staging danc m51a and/or danc m51b and or danc 51c and/or danc 51d either individually or in combination may be taken for

in addition to general education degree requirements complete the following required courses units chem m01a general chemistry i 5.0 chem m01b general chemistry ii 5.0 physical geology 3.0 geol m02 geol m02l physical geology lab 1.0 geol m03 ear th history 3.0 mineralogy 4.0 geol m04 math m25a calculus with analytic geometry i 5.0 calculus with analytic geometry ii 5.0 math m25b math m15 introductory statistics 5.0 or calculus with analytic geometry iii 5.0 math m25c phys m10a/m10al general physics i/lab 4.0/1.0 or phys m20a/m20al mechanics of solids and fluids lab 4.0/1.0 phys m10b/m10bl general physics ii lab 4.0/1.0 or phys m20b/m20bl thermodynamics electricity and magnetism/lab 4.0/1.0 total 46.0 program student learning outcomes students completing the associate of science degree in geology will be able to • • geol m03 – earth history 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture examines the geologic history of the earth including changes in the continents

math m09a – pre-algebra a 1 unit prerequisites none class hours 3 lab prepares students for algebra emphasizes basic arithmetic operations on whole numbers and signed numbers provides drills to reinforce operations completing math m09 is the same as completing math m09a m09b and m09c taking math m09 and math m09a m09b m09c receives a maximum credit of 3 units does not apply to associate degree math m09b – pre-algebra b 1 unit prerequisites none recommended prep math m09a class hours 3 lab prepares students for algebra emphasizes basic arithmetic operations on fractions and decimals includes problem solving and practical applications completing math m09 is the same as completing math m09a m09b and m09c taking math m09 and math m09a m09b m09c receives a maximum credit of 3 units does not apply to associate degree math m09c – pre-algebra c 1 unit prerequisites none recommended prep math m09a and math m09b class hours 3 lab prepares students for algebra focuses on

required courses radt m30 nuclear medicine practice i radt m32 principles of nuclear medicine i radt m34a nuclear medicine clinical lab ia nuclear medicine clinical lab ib radt m34b radt m40 nuclear medicine practice ii principles of nuclear medicine ii radt m42 radt m44a nuclear medicine clinical lab iia radt m44b nuclear medicine clinical lab iib nuclear medicine seminar radt m50 radt m52a nuclear medicine clinical lab iiia nuclear medicine clinical lab iiib radt m52b units 3.0 3.0 5.5 5.0 3.0 3.0 5.5 5.0 2.0 2.5 2.5 total 40.0 program student learning outcomes students completing the certificate of achievement in nuclear medicine will be able to • perform the necessary technical skills to perform nuclear medicine scans • pass the certification board exam in nuclear medicine technology/computer expectations medicine health care and radiologic technology are highly technical fields requiring technology/computer skills it is highly recommended that students are comfortable

equal opportunity act c investigative procedure the ventura county community college district subscribes to and promotes the principles and implementation of equal opportunity and diversity the sexual harassment intake facilitator or associate vice chancellor of human resources will initiate a sexual harassment investigation that shall include but may not be limited to inquiries regarding related laws and regulations and the corresponding board policies may be directed to the district diversity facilitator c/o district office 1 interviews with the complainant the alleged harasser and any other persons the investigator has reason to believe have relevant knowledge concerning the complaint 2 review of the factual information gathered during the investigation to determine whether the alleged conduct occurred and whether such conduct constitutes harassment under this policy based on the totality of the circumstances including the nature of the verbal physical visual or sexual conduct and

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