2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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history of moorpark college 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 construction rubble still evident moorpark college opened on september 11 1967 dr john collins the college’s first president greeted nearly 1,400 students and 50 new faculty members on that day enrollment doubled in the first few years as the college added career technical education to its role of preparing students for transfer to four-year schools dr robert lombardi became the college’s

vcccd based on carnegie unit model total weekly number of hours based on number of lecture units being pursued by a student academic units for inclass lecture time two-to-one ratio of hours for outside class study time i.e reading time homework total number of weekly hours that a calworks student will be actively dedicated to educational program 20 labbased instructional hours 20 all work typically performed by student in-class lab shop unless required otherwise by instructor or program 20 weekly hours note the weekly hourly schedule described above does not include any time that a calworks participant may be required to conduct extracurricular activities i.e field trips student services orientations outside of class counseling sessions tutoring sessions or travel time to and from campus etc credit for acceptable activities will have to be determined as such by county personnel who ideally will discuss any related concerns with appropriate college staff there are some training

social and behavioral sciences courses in the social and behavioral sciences are those which focus on people as members of society to satisfy the general education requirement in social and behavioral sciences a course shall be designed to develop an awareness of the method of inquiry used by the social and behavioral sciences it shall be designed to stimulate critical thinking about the ways people act and have acted in response to their societies and an appreciation of how societies and social subgroups operate this category would include introductory or integrative survey courses in cultural anthropology cultural geography economics history political science psychology sociology or related disciplines upon successful completion of the social and behavioral sciences general education requirement students will demonstrate an understanding of • perspectives theories methods and core concepts within the social sciences or behavioral sciences • major problems and issues in

spanish literature and culture exam limitation max credit 8 quarter/5.3 semester units statistics math m15 d2 3 4 b4 3 3 2a 4/3 4/2.7 u.s government politics pols m03 b1 or b2 3 3 d us-2 3 3 4 us-2 4/3 4/2.7 us history hist m130 hist m140 b1 or c2 3 6 c2 or d us-1 3 6 3b or 4 us-1 4/3 8/5.3 world history hist m150 hist m160 b2 or c2 3 6 c2 or d6 3 6 3b or 4 4/3 8/5.3 notes ap exam may be may used inbe either areainbut not both regardless of where certifying ccc’s disciplinethe is located notes ap exam used either area but not boththeregardless of where certifying ccc’s discipline is located rules for use of ap scores on igetc 1 a score of 3 4 or 5 is required to grant credit for ge certification an acceptable ap score for igetc equates to either 3 semester or 4 quarter units forfor certification rules use ofpurposes ap scores on igetc 2 each examof may beor applied to one geto area as satisfying one requirement the exception of language otherequates than english 1

bus m37 – marketing business courses bus m30 – introduction to business 3 units prerequisites none recommended prep engl m02 class hours 3 lecture c-id bus 110 provides a multidisciplinary examination of how culture society economic systems legal international political financial institutions and human behavior interact to affect a business organization’s policy and practices within the u.s and a global society focuses on how these influences impact the primary areas of business including organizational structure and design leadership human resource management organized labor practices marketing organizational communication technology entrepreneurship legal accounting and financial practices the stock and securities market and therefore how they affect a business’ ability to achieve its organizational goals applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc bus m31 – introduction to management 3 units prerequisites none recommended prep bus m30 or

education program purpose the elementary teacher education program is designed for students who aspire to become elementary or special education teachers and offers a breadth of study across disciplines elementary teacher education incorporates subject matter that prepares students to teach elementary education level subjects including science mathematics literature history geography and the arts elementary teacher education coursework will also introduce theories of education and child development as well as provide an early field experience students who complete these interdisciplinary courses will be able to 1 demonstrate college-level skills in written english oral communications math and critical thinking 2 demonstrate a basic grasp of the disciplines most commonly taught in elementary schools in california including physical science biology art literature in a cultural or geographic context world geography united states history and united states government 3 demonstrate a basic

hed m122 – independent study health education 0.5 to 3 units prerequisites completion of one course in health education and instructor approval class hours 1.5 to 9 lab hours as arranged allows independent study for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a par ticular area of health education through research and study utilizes an approved independent project includes one-on-one work with instructor interested students should contact a health education instructor for assistance in developing a contract for learning about a specific topic formerly hed m22a/b applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc determined after admission health information management program purpose students who complete health information management courses will acquire the practical knowledge and skills to successfully utilize electronic recordkeeping in health data collection analysis monitoring maintenance retrieval and reporting in accordance with quality principles legal and

associate in science in nursing science degree students who complete the nursing science program will acquire the knowledge and skills of the five critical competencies of safety/technical critical thinking/clinical reasoning communication responsibility accountability and organization/prioritization these competencies are essential to the function of the registered nurse in the direct care of patients the nursing science program is approved by the california state board of registered nursing brn and nationally accredited by the accreditation commission for education in nursing acen formerly nlnac contact information for brn p.o box 944210 sacramento california 94244-2100 www.rn.ca.gov contact information for acen 3343 peachtree road ne suite 850 atlanta georgia 30326 www.acenursing.org to earn an associate in science degree with a major in nursing students complete prerequisite courses 36 nursing specific units and general education degree requirements these major requirements

the associate in arts in theatre arts for transfer aa-t is intended for students who plan to transfer and complete a bachelor s degree in theatre arts or a similar major at a csu campus students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the csu system but not necessarily to a particular csu campus or major of their choice students should consult with a counselor for more information on university admission and transfer requirements as this aa-t in theatre arts may not be the best option for students intending to transfer to a particular csu campus or to a college or university that is not part of the csu system to earn an aa-t in theatre arts students must complete the following 1 60 csu transferable semester units 2 minimum grade point average gpa of at least 2.0 in all csutransferable coursework while a minimum of 2.0 is required for admission some transfer institutions and majors may require a higher gpa 3 completion of 18 specified major units all courses in the major

unless all parties and the grievance hearing committee agree to the contrary the rule of confidentiality shall prevail at all stages of the hearing moreover the grievance hearing committee members shall ensure that all hearings deliberation and records remain confidential in accordance with the family educational rights and privacy act ferpa california education code section 76200 et seq and district board policies and administrative procedures related to the privacy of student and employee records the hearing shall be recorded by the district by electronic means such as audiotape videotape or by court reporting service and shall be the only recording made no other recording devices shall be permitted to be used at the hearing any witness who refuses to be recorded shall not be permitted to give testimony a witness who refuses to be recorded shall not be considered to be unavailable within the meaning of the rules of evidence and therefore an exception to the hearsay rule for