2017-2018 College Catalog by Miracosta College

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accreditation miracosta college embraces accreditation as an ongoing process designed to promote educational quality and institutional effectiveness institutional accreditation miracosta college is accredited by the accrediting commission for community and junior colleges accjc western association of schools and colleges wasc 10 commercial boulevard suite 204 novato ca 94949 415 506-0234 an institutional accrediting body recognized by the council for higher education accreditation and the u.s department of education additional information about accreditation including the filing of complaints against member institutions can be found at http www.accjc.org the college is also approved by the california department of education for the training of veterans under the provisions of the g.i bill of regulations specialized program accreditation the following miracosta college programs have additional accreditation through their respective agencies registered nursing program approved by

student support programs services most health and medical services are provided without additional charges to students students pursuing specific academic fields please visit the scholarship website for additional information the student health services centers are staffed by registered nurses who are trained to assist students who have medical and health problems health services focuses its services and programs in the following areas school relations outreach nursing services provided by registered nurses health education and promotional events health assessment intervention and referrals as needed sexually transmitted disease testing information and referral medical services by physician and nurse practitioner personal counseling through the marriage and family therapy intern program community resources listing and referral communicable disease control service learning opportunities scholarships oceanside building 3000 760.795.6751 www.miracosta.edu/scholarships oceanside building

transferring course work art 254 understanding and appreciating the photographic image 3 fren 202 intermediate french fourth semester 4 art 258 ancient to gothic art 3 grmn 101 elementary german first semester 4 art 259 history of renaissance to modern art 3 grmn 102 4 art 260 history of modern art 3 elementary german second semester art 260h history of modern art honors 3 grmn 121 introduction to german culture 3 landmarks of art 3 grmn 201 4 comm 111 oral interpretation of literature 3 intermediate german third semester desn 107 history of western architecture -a sustainable perspective 3 hist 100 world history to 1500 f 11 3 hist 100h world history to 1500 honors 3 dnce 100 dance appreciation 3 hist 101 world history since 1500 f 11 3 dnce 100h dance appreciation honors 3 hist 101h world history since 1500 honors f 11 3 hist 103 origins of western culture 3 hist 103h origins of western culture honors 3 hist 104 modern

areas of study courses auto 156 automatic transmissions and transaxles 4 total units 16 certificate of proficiency automotive alignment brakes and suspension this certificate prepares students for the automotive service excellence ase suspension and steering a4 and brakes a5 examinations and for entry-level employment in the suspension and brake areas of the automotive service industry program student learning outcome statement upon completion of this program students will be proficient in theory practiced in hands-on service and sufficiently prepared to pass the ase examination in each of the courses which constitute the certificate of proficiency required courses   auto 160 automotive suspension steering and alignment 4 auto 161 automotive brake service and repair 4 total units 8 certificate of proficiency basic engine performance this certificate prepares students for the automotive service excellence ase engine performance a8 examination and for entry-level employment

areas of study courses contact information chair pilar hernández dean jonathan fohrman www.miracosta.edu/chns department international languages office building oc4700 760.795.6844 courses chns 101 elementary chinese first semester units 4 prerequisites none enrollment limitation not open to students with prior credit in chns 102 or chns 201 acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3.50 hours laboratory 1.50 hours 1107.00 course typically offered fall spring this course introduces contemporary chinese and emphasizes the development of oral proficiency listening and speaking topics include basic pronunciation vocabulary grammar and reading and writing systems as well as the history geography and culture of chinese-speaking societies this course corresponds to the first two years of high school chinese chns 102 elementary chinese second semester units 4 prerequisites chns 101 or two years of high school chinese with a c or better enrollment limitation not open to

areas of study courses dram 271 rehearsal and performance acting units 1-3 prerequisites none enrollment limitation audition acceptable for credit csu uc laboratory 9 hours 1007.00 course typically offered fall spring and summer this course provides students with the opportunity to perform in non-musical theatrical productions all students participate in the kennedy center/american college theatre festival academic theatre competition the course emphasizes the rehearsal process and culminates in public performances may be repeated three times c-id thtr-191 dram 272 rehearsal and performance musical theatre units 1-3 prerequisites none enrollment limitation audition acceptable for credit csu uc laboratory 9 hours 1007.00 course typically offered spring this course provides students with the opportunity to perform in main-stage musical productions all students participate in the kennedy center/american college theatre festival academic theatre competition the course

areas of study courses courses program student learning outcome statement intr 100 foundation skills for the college experience units 4 prerequisites none acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 4 hours 4999.00 course typically offered fall this course prepares new and returning students to develop the knowledge skills attitudes and behaviors that are necessary for academic and personal success students learn how to adapt to the college environment and prepare for academic achievement and lifelong learning topics include strategic study skills time management educational planning student services and resources to promote academic and personal success career assessment and exploration goal setting computer basics and effective use of library and learning resources uc credit limitation credit for coun 100 coun 105 coun 110 crlp 100 or intr 100 italian required courses the international languages department offers courses in italian that provide the foundation for language

areas of study courses mat 230 advanced publishing output for print units 3 prerequisites none advisory mat 180 acceptable for credit csu lecture 2 hours laboratory 3 hours 0614.50 course typically offered spring odd years this advanced publishing course takes students through the process of producing and printing a press-ready publication at a professional printing company students explore print technologies e.g offset printing variable-data printing and direct digital printing learn the steps required for prepress production binding trimming and finishing and apply prepress techniques using adobe indesign adobe photoshop and adobe illustrator the course includes a professional print bureau tour mat 235 web design 3 ux and ui design and production units 3 prerequisites none advisory mat 165 acceptable for credit csu lecture 2 hours laboratory 3 hours 0614.30 course typically offered spring this course emphasizes user experience ux and user interface ui design and

areas of study courses program student learning outcome statement upon completion of this program the student will be able to explain the importance of volunteering in the community from a behavioral sciences perspective required courses soc 101 or soc 101h soc 102   introduction to sociology 3 introduction to sociology honors contemporary social problems select at least 5 elective units from the following chld 210 child family and community psyc/soc 103 social psychology psyc/soc 145 psychology/sociology of the family total units 3 5 11 courses psyc 100 psychology of personal growth units 3 prerequisites none acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours 2001.00 course typically offered fall spring and summer this course introduces the principles of human behavior with a combined emphasis on the scientific method personal growth and the application of psychology to everyday life topics include adjustment personality friendship and intimate relationships human

academic standards policies at times for a variety of reasons students either do poorly in course work or withdraw from courses prior to completion this policy has identified the point at which a student is felt to be operating below a satisfactory level i —incomplete nc —no credit or np —no pass are recorded in at least three consecutive semesters reaches or exceeds 50 percent at the end of the spring semester summer intersession is not considered a consecutive term or semester note students should contact the financial aid office regarding academic progress requirements for federal aid eligibility different requirements will apply academic and progress probation for the purpose of dismissal semesters shall be considered consecutive on the basis of the student s enrollment after the deadline to drop without a w so long as the break in the student s enrollment does not exceed one full primary term dismissal is posted on the student s permanent record