2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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phil m11 – world religions west 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture photography prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture program purpose students who complete photography courses will apply technical and aesthetic principles of fine art and/or commercial photography in working with black and white laboratory techniques in using digital cameras and software in studio lighting in evaluating and analyzing photographs in compositional skills in the development of a portfolio in presentation techniques and in the process of collaboration photography majors will be prepared for an entry level position in commercial photography transfer to a 4-year fine arts program and/or a career related to fine art photography compares the major ideas of the world’s eastern religious traditions explores how cultural and historical contexts in these religions arose as well as recent forms of these traditions applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc this program is designed for students to acquire the skills necessary to enter the very competitive profession of photography instruction is provided in both black and white and color photography along with mastery of the latest equipment phil m13 – the classical mind dean compares the major ideas of western religious traditions explores cultural and historical contexts in which these religions arose and recent forms of these traditions applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m12 – world religions east 3 units 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture c-id phil 130 jennifer kalfsbeek-goetz phone 805 553-4121 faculty studies ancient and medieval philosophy focuses on the development of central philosophical themes applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m14 – the modern mind 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture c-id phil 140 studies the beginning of modern philosophy explores skepticism and rationality the mind/body problem and other problems applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m21 – ethics of living and dying 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture 1 to 4 units prerequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in one course in the discipline and instructor approval class hours hours as arranged provides on-the-job learning to develop effective work habits attitudes and career awareness in paid or unpaid internships that are related to the discipline involves the development and documentation of learning objectives and the completion of an internship paper presentation or project includes both workplace supervisor and faculty adviser feedback and/or written evaluations to take this course contact the career transfer center requires orientation session students receive one unit of credit for each 60 hours unpaid or 75 hours paid work may enroll in up to 4 units a semester with a maximum of 16 total units of any type of work experience applies to associate degree transfer credit csu 238 counselors wendy berg jodi dickey ingris hernandez associate in science in photography degree to earn an associate in science degree with a major in photography students complete 27.5 specified units and complete general education degree requirements for a minimum of 60 units this program is designed for students to acquire the skills necessary to enter the very competitive profession of photography instruction is provided in both black and white and color photography analog and digital technologies along with mastery of the latest equipment in addition to general education degree requirements complete the following introduces the study of ethics in relation to biomedical issues examines topics such as genetic engineering use of stem cells abortion and the use of aborted tissue analyzes the ethics of physician assisted suicide death with dignity and euthanasia applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m80 – internship in philosophy stephen callis required courses units phot m10 beginning photography 3.0 phot m20 intermediate photography 3.0 phot m30a advanced photography i 3.0 phot m40 history of photography 3.0 phtc m31a studio lighting i 2.0 phtc m33 image editing 3.0 or gr m27 image editing 3.0 phtc m35 introduction to photojournalism 3.0 phtc m50 laboratory practice in photography i 1.5 arth m13 history of ar t modern through 3.0 contemporary art m20 two-dimensional design 3.0 total units 27.5 program student learning outcomes students completing the associate in science in photography will be able to • create photographic works utilizing appropriate compositional considerations • demonstrate competent skills in camera operation film and digital printing • evaluate photographs with the same critical skills that are applied to literature and science • research and discuss past and present works recognize and analyze the history and social role of photography moorpark college announcement of courses 2017-2018