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3 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog Educational Programs ................................................................. 72 Apprenticeship Programs ......................................................... 124 GateWay Early College High School ..................................... 135 Maricopa Skill Center ............................................................. 136 Course Descriptions ................................................................. 138 Student Handbook .................................................................... 235 Services .................................................................................. 236 Admission, Registration, and Records Office ........................ 236 Advising ................................................................................. 236 Athletics .................................................................................. 236 Bookstore Information

32 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog Students Administrative Regulations (AR) 2.0 C. Health Care Integrated Educational System (HCIES) Credit for Prior Learning National/Regional Credential Recognition Students who have recognized credentials related to health care may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence on a case-by-case basis through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN). For more information contact the ICAN office at (480) 731-8924 or by email at ican@domail.maricopa.edu. Website: http://healthcare.maricopa.edu/ican2.html Whennationalorregionalcredentialsaredeterminedtobeequivalent to the competencies demonstrated in corresponding courses, the recognition of external credentials will fulfill graduation credit requirements for the identified courses through Credit by Evaluation. Credit by Examination and Credit by Skills Demonstration Assessment Health care students may apply for credit for prior learning in certain

61 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog The list identifies the courses in alpha-order by prefix as well as the different Core Areas and Awareness Areas where the course will apply. When selecting Mathematical Studies and Natural Sciences options, select from the appropriate AGEC-A, -B, or -S list. I. MCCCDGeneralEducation Credits A. MCCCD AGEC-B 1. Core Areas: 35 a. First-Year Composition (FYC) 6 b. Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L] 3 c. Mathematical Studies [MA/CS] 6 To complete the Mathematical Studies requirement select one course to satisfy the Mathematics [MA] B and a second course from Computer/Statistics/ Quantitative Applications [CS] 1) Mathematics [MA] B (3 credits) MAT212 Brief Calculus,orahigherlevelmathematicscourseAND 2) Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS] Note: Students are encouraged to select GBS221 or CIS105 to satisfy [CS]. d. Humanities and Fine Arts [HU] 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more

+Prerequisites and/or corequisites required. *Meets General Education requirements. **Course must be on the approved list of courses to meet the AAS degree General Education Requirements. 90 EducationalPrograms as a technician in any one of the specialization areas. Depending on the specialist area pursued, a technician may be required to develop and analyze manufacturing processes, develop and integrate supply chain programs, interpret and manipulate CAD models, program and operate various manual and CNC machines, perform job scheduling, process planning, product and process analysis, process operation, quality systems evaluation and other duties typically associated within the manufacturing productivity requirements. Program offerings: Day and evening. CertificateofCompletionin ManufacturingProductivity:ConventionalMachinesLevelI The certificate is designed for students to obtain the skills required to be considered as a manufacturing technician with emphasis in

+Prerequisites and/or corequisites required. *Meets General Education requirements. **Course must be on the approved list of courses to meet the AAS degree General Education Requirements. 118 EducationalPrograms CertificateofCompletionin SurgicalTechnology Program Prerequisites: Credits: 10.5 Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites options may request an evaluation forcoursecompetencyequivalencethroughtheIntegratedCompetency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling (480) 731-8924. BIO160* Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology .............................................................. 4 BPC/CIS Any 0.5 credit BPC/CIS prefix course ................ 0.5 CRE101+* Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR CRE111+* Critical Reading for Business and Industry OR Equivalent by Assessment ............................... 3 MAT092+ Introductory Algebra (3) OR MAT102+ Mathematical Concepts/Applications

146 Course Descriptions 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 Credits 4 Periods Introduction to business and personal computer operations and usage. Software applications for analyzing and solving business problems including word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation graphics. Prerequisites: None. BPC114AE Excel: Level I 1 Credit 2 Periods Computer spreadsheet skills for solving business problems using Excel, including calculations, forecasting and projections. Prerequisites: None. BPC114BE Excel: Level II 1 Credit 2 Periods Additional Excel spreadsheet techniques, including macro programming, database searching, extraction, and linking to obtain prescribed reports and graphs. Prerequisites: BPC/CIS114AE or permission of instructor. BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access Level I 1 Credit 2 Periods Introduction to the basic elements of a current version of the Microsoft Access database

175 Course Descriptions 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog GTC206 CNC Programming 3 Credits 6 Periods Manual programming using computer generation of program media. Setup and operation of a three axis machine. Study of management implications and advantages of numerical control. Prerequisites: GTC/ MET102 or machine shop experience. GTC207 High-Vacuum Technology 2 Credits 2 Periods Basic theory and practice of high-vacuum systems used in microelectronics processing. Includes vacuum pumps, seals, gauges, valves, power supplies, leak-detecting equipment, and related hardware. Prerequisites: GTC133 or permission of department. GTC214 Photo Lithography 3 Credits 5 Periods Photo lithography techniques for production of photographic images required in the manufacture of integrated circuit chips. Includes circuit layout, mask fabrication, geometry of electrical components, properties of photoresist, process steps, surface preparation, coating, baking, exposing,

203 Course Descriptions 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog NETWORKINGTECHNOLOGY(NET) NET242 Network Security 3 Credits 4 Periods Local area network security and overview of wide area network security. Includes terminology, hardware and software components, standards and protocols, and other security issues. Prerequisites: CNT140. NET248 Network Servicing and Support 3 Credits 4 Periods Maintaining and troubleshooting networks. Topics includes customer service philosophies, environmental factors, inter-network support, troubleshooting techniques, diagnostic utilities, common networking problems. Prerequisites: (NET246, NET271AA, and NET271AB) or departmental approval. MWR201 Optics and Optical Tooling 5 Credits 5 Periods Principles and physics regarding light, mediums, and lenses. Includes the practical aspects of optics: setup and operation of levels, transits, telescopes and alignment of machinery and machine components. Prerequisites: Indentured

232 Course Descriptions 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog WRT125 Surveying For Water Resources 4 Credits 6 Periods Fundamental surveying principles utilized in water field studies. Level and transit, horizontal measurement by tape or stadia. Benchmark and profile leveling traverse surveys and computations and establishment of line and grade. Field reconnaissance of water resources. Lab experiences in surveying techniques and procedures. Prerequisites: (MAT122 or equivalent) or permission of department. WRT130 Groundwater Hydrology 3 Credits 3 Periods Fundamentals of groundwater resources. Includes basic flow equations, well hydraulics, groundwater fluctuations, artificial recharge and basicdata collection techniques. Emphasis on the use of data in analysis of local and regional flow systems. Prerequisites: (MAT122 or equivalent) and (WRT100 or WRT101) or permission of department. WRT137 Advanced ArcView GIS (3.x) 1.5 Credits 1.5 Credits In-depth

260 2005-2006 GateWay Community College Catalog Student Handbook B. Student Program to Prevent Illicit Use of Drugs andAbuseofAlcohol 1. Introduction and Purpose The recent adoption by Congress of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226) requires federal contractors and grantees to certify that they will provide a drug-free school. As a recipient of federal grants, the District must adopt a program toward accomplishing this goal. While federal legislation has been the impetus for creation of the program, the administration and Governing Board recognize that substance abuse is a problem of national proportions that also affect students at Maricopa Community Colleges. Based upon that concern, it is intended that this program on prevention of alcohol and drug abuse on college campuses will go beyond the strict dictates of the law and will serve as a comprehensive educational and resource tool. The Maricopa Community Colleges

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