2006-2007 College Catalog by Mission College

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welcome from the mission college vice president of instruction welcome to mission college thank you for your interest in attending mission college as you look through this catalog you will discover that mission is a comprehensive community college that offers a wide array of classes programs and services we take pride in providing the highest quality instruction and support services we are known for the extraordinary level of personal attention that we strive to give each and every one of our students our dedicated faculty and staff are committed to your success whether you want to • improve your basic skills in english reading math and english as a second language • acquire new skills for career advancement • complete general education classes to transfer to a four-year university • pursue personal growth and enrichment 2006-07 marks mission college’s 30th year of providing exceptional educational opportunities to our community even as we celebrate our

allied health mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 allied health — ah division applied science department health occupations dept chair marsha oliver phone 408-855-5427 counseling dr carol beck phone 408-855-5035 the allied health program offers courses for students seeking entry level careers in the health care field the courses are designed to provide a theoretical base for practical experience in a variety of health care settings student learning outcomes provide theoretical and clinical experiences to prepare students for employment in specific health care fields career options • certified nurse assistant • certified home health aide • acute care nursing assistant • childbirth trainer certificates • nurse assistant • home health aide • acute care nursing assistant • childbirth trainer schedule

child development mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 graduation requirements some graduation requirements occasionally change consult a counselor for information on the requirements or see the appropriate catalog note the transfer planning guide in early childhood development is also available it may be possible to earn an associate of science in early childhood education at the same time as preparing for transfer to a university careful planning is required see a counselor for additional information child development chd 001 • child growth and development 3.0 units total lecture 54.4 hours acceptable for credit california state university this course presents a study of human development from conception through adolescence within the cultural and family context it examines typical and atypical cognitive physical social and emotional development students will be

comp info sys • computer info technology mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 183b • computer lab java for non-programmers1.0 unit total lab 54.4 hours advisory math 903 corequisite cis 043b acceptable for credit california state university this course is designed for students writing programs in java preferably on ibm platforms using the java interpreter it is a required laboratory course for cis 43b and credit is given to students for hands-on experience using java and writing programs in java credit/no credit option 184 • computer lab introduction to data structures using java 1.0 unit total lab 54.4 hours advisory math 003a prerequisite cis 043 and cis 183 corequisite cis 044 acceptable for credit university of california california state university this lab course is designed for students writing programs using java2 sdk and sun one studio 4

english mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 012 • african american literature 3.0 units total lecture 54.4 hours advisory read 053 prerequisite engl 108a acceptable for credit university of california california state university this course explores major themes/literary issues in the development of african american literature during the periods of slavery reconstruction and the harlem renaissance as well as contemporary writing among the literary forms covered in this course are the oral tradition poetry slave narratives short stores and novels while linking them to political cultural and social issues from their historical period the course examines issues such as african oral traditions blues jazz and the relationship between music and african american writing the performance of literary texts on the abolitionist stage racial categorization and mixed-race identity

graphic arts mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 graphic arts — grart division cultural and technical arts department graphic arts dept chair jim delongchamp phone 408-855-5291 counseling 408-855-5030 the graphic arts industry is one of the most exciting and challenging industries in the world today due to technological changes that occur in the industry daily graphic arts has a fast growing job market mission college offers the only graphic arts curriculum in the south bay area that includes all aspects of the industry from an introduction to the field to the completion of a printed project we offer classes in the latest software programs used to design and produce one color to full color work our curriculum includes a digital pre-press component using the latest version of industry accepted software mission college s graphic arts technology courses are

manufacturing technology mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 manufacturing technology — mfg division department dept chair phone counseling technology manufacturing technology cliff monroe 408-855-5349 408-855-5030 program information developed through a partnership with major semiconductor industry firms mission college s semiconductor manufacturing technician program is designed to prepare students for entry level positions in this rapidly growing high skill high wage industry the program provides hands-on training in semiconductor fabrication including cleanroom procedures monitoring manufacturing processes and maintaining and troubleshooting manufacturing tool sets equipment graduates of the program will possess a broad range of skills including strong backgrounds in mathematics basic electronics physics chemistry communications and teamwork and will be

physical education mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 004k • fitness cardio cross training 1.0 unit 004k.2 0.5 unit total lab 54.4 27.2 hours acceptable for credit california state university this course is designed to enhance the students cardiovascular condition by providing a variety of methods of training on equipment such as the treadmill stair stepper exercise bicycle and transport information will provided on how to use and program the various pieces of cardio equipment as well as principles needed to obtain good cardiovascular condition may be repeated three times credit/no credit option 004l • fitness aerobics 1.0 unit total lab 54.4 hours acceptable for credit california state university this course is designed for both men and women to satisfy the needs for cardiovascular activity and to develop and maintain cardiovascular fitness through the use

social science mission college 2006-2007 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 033 • intermediate community service 2.0 units total lecture 36.8 hours advisory soc 001 or soc 002 prerequisite socsc 032 corequisite wrkex 201b acceptable for credit california state university this course is a continuation of socsc 032 introduction to community service in this course the student continues to work at a community service agency at a higher level of knowledge or responsibility this course includes lectures that cover the appropriate level of service students will provide documentation and reports to the instructor this course may also be offered by telecourse/online credit/no credit option 034 • advanced community service 2.0 units total lecture 36.8 hours advisory soc 001 or soc 002 prerequisite socsc 033 corequisite wrkex 201c acceptable for credit california state university this course is a

support services counseling services the primary goal of the counseling center is to provide opportunities for students to clarify their values and goals to make decisions to develop self-confidence self-direction and self-esteem toward this goal the following programs and services are offered academic counseling academic counseling begins with educational goal-setting exploring education options and opportunities evaluating educational background and providing the student with clear concise and up-to-date educational information of all types each of our counselors while trained in all fields and is there to assist the student who is still undecided about his/her major has special expertise in certain areas in this manner students who already know their field of study can get up to the minute information about their major/career choice to choose your counselor please visit our web site or the counseling center listing transfer counseling transfer counseling provides

index mathematics learning center mlc 169 matriculation 157 military credit 161 military science 122 military science army r.o.t.c 14 military withdrawal 158 minimum standards of progress 161 mission statement mission college 7 music 122 n needs for specialized occupational training 9 no smoking policy 6 nondiscrimination policy 6 non-resident students 156 non-resident tuition 159 notes on course descriptions 20 nutritional science 126 o occupational programs 9 office of admissions and records 156 open courses 158 orientation 169 orientation for matriculation 157 p s santa clara university 16 scholarship program 170 scholarship requirement grade point average 15 second associate degree 14 sexual harassment and sex discrimination 163 significant lapse of time since passing 19 smoking policy 6 social science 148 sociology 151 spanish 91 special admission of high school students 157 standards for dismissal 162 standards for probation 162 student