2014-2015 Catalog by Coastline Community College

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preisdent’s message  002 president’s message loretta p adrian ph.d president dear students welcome to coastline community college i am delighted that you have chosen coastline for pursuing your associate degree career/technical certificate transfer preparation or attainment of basic skills for college readiness you have made an excellent choice coastline is an innovative college that is deeply committed to academic excellence and student success we have an outstanding student-centered team of faculty and staff that is flexible and genuinely enjoys working with students in both face-toface formats or online coastline offers complete programs at our campuses in newport beach westminster le-jao and garden grove as well as online through our top-notch distance learning program the 2014-2015 school year is one of restoration and re-invigoration with the passage of california’s proposition 30 coastline is able to offer approximately 14 more classes overall for

services for students  022 guideu student-mentor connection t he guideu student-mentor connection provides you with the extra help you need to successfully navigate your higher education experience coastline’s guideu student-mentor connection provides extra help to students aiming to complete a degree or certificate in three years or less the mentors are coastline faculty and staff members serving as volunteers you can reach them by phone email or text message…24/7 students participating in guideu find mentors most helpful at the start of the semester especially when registering for classes coastline’s guideu mentors are always happy to help as the semester progresses your mentor will be available to talk things over whenever the need arises your mentor is your source for answers to college questions in general or to guideu in the right direction to all coastline services including academic or career counseling a guideu mentor is your go-to person for all

coastline college programs certificate of achievement certificate of accomplishment certificate of specialization aa/as degree aa ast degree accounting bookkeeping concentration general accounting concentration taxation concentration x x x as as as x x advanced accounting intermediate accounting american studies aa american studies area of emphasis biological and physical sciences and mathematics aa science and math area of emphasis biological laboratory technology biological laboratory technician x biotechnology media design x biotechnology media design building codes technology code professional concentration combination building inspection concentration combination residential inspection concentration green building technology concentration permit technician concentration x as x as x as x x as as business administration aa business administration major as-t business business administration concentration general business concentration human resources management concentration

academic/career/certificate programs  060 education studies electronics and electric technology educational studies electronics certificate of accomplishment associate in arts degree or certificate of achievement this certificate is designed to meet the needs of students following various pathways to classroom teaching the paraprofessional or aspiring paraprofessional teacher aide the aspiring paraprofessional or currently employed paraprofessional teacher aide seeking a career ladder approach to a teaching credential the teacher aide paraprofessional who has decided against pursuing an aa credential but would like to retain paraprofessional status teacher preparation students on a transfer pathway who desire educational courses to be recognized via a certificate required core units students will complete all of the following educ c200 the teaching profession 40 hours fieldwork/tutoring required 3.5 educ c104 introduction to teaching and learning in diverse contemporary

academic/career/certificate programs  080 —continued from page 79—sociology spanish sociology associate in arts degree in spanish for transfer associate in arts degree major sociology is the study of social life and focuses on the interaction between human groups and institutions and their influences on each other sociology ranges from the study of relationships in family units in the most primitive cultures to the research of large bureaucratic institutions in major industrialized nations sociology also studies more tangible measures of human behavior such as class or social status social movements and criminal deviance requirements for the major all courses must be completed with a grade of “c” or better required courses units students will complete all of the following soc c100 introduction to sociology 3.0 math c160 introduction to statistic 4.0 subtotal units 7.0 select four courses from the following anth c100 cultural anthropology 3.0 pending

business computing c148g 1.5 units advanced microsoft word sharing and publishing information advisory keyboarding skills of at least 25 words per minute in this advanced microsoft word 2003 course students learn to create and compile tables of contents indexes figures and authorities create edit and fill in forms and form templates track changes accept reject changes and add workgroup users and integrate data from a microsoft office program into word transfer credit csu business computing c150 3.0 units microsoft office professional 1 an introduction to ms office applications — microsoft word excel access powerpoint outlook and speech recognition transfer credit csu business computing c160 3.0 units introduction to gis geographic information systems advisory bc c121 or c175 an introduction to the concepts and use of geographic information systems gis and its role in analysis and decision making course work is based on the mapping and spatial analysis capabilities of the

course descriptions  118 english c100 3.0 units freshman composition prerequisite engl c099 or achieve a qualifying score on the english placement test the basic principles and process of written composition will be applied through examinations and assigned essays the process of choosing and shaping a thesis and writing an extended well developed essay will be stressed practice in research and production of a research paper will be included letter grade only transfer credit csu uc c-d engl 100 english c102 3.0 units critical reasoning reading and writing prerequisite engl c100 with a grade of “c” or better this course is designed to develop critical thinking reading and writing skills beyond the level achieved in engl c100 this course focuses on critical thinking skills close textual analysis and expository writing students apply critical thinking skills through readings derived from themes and works in various disciplines and cultures students also apply critical

course descriptions  138 philosophy phil photography phot philosophy c100 3.0 units introduction to philosophy this course provides an introduction to the main ideas methods and problems of philosophy topics include the nature of philosophy and reality questions of human nature and free will relationship between mind and body the question of god sources of knowledge and personal and social ethics multicultural and feminist issues are woven into traditional western material including contributions from india hinduism and buddhism china confucianism japan zen buddhism and native american philosophy among others transfer credit csu uc photography c108 1.0 unit digital photography for travelers introductory course in shooting techniques and photographic management methods necessary for successful travel photography basic skills such as shooting night scenes and scenic panoramas and using professional effects to take more accomplished interior and exterior photographs will be

3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28 3.29 person when the student knows or reasonably should know that the property was stolen destruction of property the damaging destroying defacing or tampering with district property or the property of any person or business on district property or at a district function including but not limited to taking down defacing or otherwise damaging district authorized posters handbills and/or notices posted on district property failure to repay debts or return district property failure to a repay debts to the district b return district property c return property of any member of the district community theft or abuse of district’s computers or electronic resources theft or abuse of district computers and other district electronic resources such as computer and electronic communications facilities systems and services abuses include but are not limited to unauthorized entry use transfer or tampering with the communications of

structure and governance  176 student services student services is responsible for admissions registration records transcripts student information international students counseling articulation matriculation guidance special programs and services for the disabled financial aid extended opportunity programs and services eops associated student government asg and career and transfer services it also manages student conduct and grievance procedures student services maintains and provides a full range of matriculation services for students interim vice president of student services/title ix officer john colson dean of counseling matriculation assessment transfer center career services center eops and calworks heidi lockhart director admissions and records jennifer mcdonald director financial aid stephen woodyard director eops