Catalog 2004-2005 by Mission College

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Catalog Catalog 2004-2005

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table of contents calendar iii campus directory v message from the president of mission college vi policy on non-discrimination vii equal opportunity vii general information 1 philosophy 1 accreditation 1 academic organization 1 history of the college district 2 foundations 2 academic programs 3 associate degree graduation requirements 3 occupational programs 7 transfer programs igetc 9 general education recommendations for california state university 11 course repetition 14 description of courses and programs 15 admission requirements 148 registration procedures 150 academic regulations and standards 152 right to know 157 student support services 161 classified faculty and administration 165 index 180

mission college 2004-2005

mission college 2004-2005 chemistry • child development before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 chemistry chem note completion of chem 1a 1b is equivalent to san jose state university sequence of chem 1a 1b although the order of topics presented is different students who are planning to complete the sequence are advised to take both semesters at the same college 001a • general chemistry 5.0 units can chem 2 total lecture 72.0 hours total lab 54.4 hours advisory math 000c prequisite chem 002 or high school chemistry with a b or better acceptable for credit university of california california state university chem 001a is a pre-professional chemistry preparation for students who are planning a scientific or science related career field a rigorous study of the fundamentals of chemistry at the first-year level combines the study of atomic and molecular structure quantum theory thermochemistry

mission college 2004-2005 computer information systems before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 049 • web design/programming unix 2.0 units total lecture 27.2 hours total lab 27.2 hours prerequisite cis 045b acceptable for credit california state university this is an introductory course in the web design/programming on a unix platform this course includes web design concepts and html commands and setting up and creating websites including e-commerce this course is specific to the unix operating system tools web servers search engines and web design for communication the course also includes introduction to java scripts common gateway interface cgi and java applet integration students will create complex web sites upload commercial web sites and use corporate web design with intranet implementation note students should have knowledge of unix and windows environment credit/no credit option 049a

mission college 2004-2005 engineering • english before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 024l • introduction of circuit analysis lab 1.0 unit total lab 72.0 hours advisory math 003b math 004a and phys 004b corequisite engr 024 acceptable for credit university of california california state university the course introduces the basic instruments and experimental techniques used in building electrical circuits students also use computer software to simulate circuits must be taken with engineering 24 primarily for engineering transfer students 025 • engineering graphics and design 4.0 units total lecture 54.4 hours total lab 72.0 hours advisory math 903 and draft 050 acceptable for credit university of california california state university this course uses engineering design projects to develop skills the designs build upon and reinforce engineering graphical tools topics in engineering

mission college 2004-2005 global studies before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 global studies — globl division program chair phone counseling cultural and technical arts global studies joan powers 408-855-5298 408-855-5030 global studies is an interdisciplinary approach to increasing knowledge and understanding of modern global society and events an understanding of the world s social political economic and natural systems along with an appreciation of the diversity of human culture will supply the student with a strong background for working in a global economy for living in a multicultural society and for making intelligent decisions as global citizens learning outcomes graduates from the global studies program will • comprehend that all earth s people face the same global challenges despite the diverse traditions values and practices they may have • acknowledge the fact that

mgmt supervision • manufacturing tech mission college 2004-2005 before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 103 • functions of management 3.0 units total lecture 54.4 hours acceptable for credit california state university students will achieve an operational understanding of the basic concepts and the major techniques of management major functions addressed are planning organizing leading and controlling extensive use of exercises and simulations permit the student to experience the concepts involved credit/no credit option 111 • problem and decision analysis 3.0 units total lecture 54.4 hours acceptable for credit california state university through the use of published cases and student worklife situations develop capability in defining problems gathering necessary information determining causes generating solutions and determining optimum solutions credit/no credit option 113 •

mission college 2004-2005 physical education before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 008l • softball-intermediate 1.0 unit total lab 54.4 hours this course provides the student with the opportunity for mastery of the specific individual skills team techniques and strategies of softball at the intermediate level may be repeated to total 4 units credit/no credit option physical education intercollegiate athletics mission college is a member of the coast conference of the california community and junior college association the college competes in conference competition for both men and women 009a • intercollegiate baseball-men 2.0 units total lab 180.8 hours intercollegiate baseball competition for men may be repeated three times credit/no credit option 009f • intercollegiate soccer-men 2.0 units total lab 180.8 hours intercollegiate soccer competition for men may be repeated three times

mission college 2004-2005 vocational nursing before you enroll in degree applicable courses it is recommended that you are eligible to enroll in engl 108a and read 053 55a1 • intro to medical-surgical clinical 6.0 units total lab 324.8 hours advisory math 903 prerequisite biosc 055 corequisite ah 011 vn 55a2 vn 55a3 vn 55a4 and vn 059a acceptable for credit california state university a foundation course in which learning experiences are designed to give the student a working knowledge of the principles and skills necessary to nursing in the hospital and in the home classroom instruction is followed by demonstrations in live situations students spend approximately 18 hours a week in the hospital perfecting skills through actual nursing care of patients clinical experience is correlated with classroom learning emphasis is placed on competence in performing basic nursing procedures and skills including observing reporting and recording credit/no credit option 55a2 •

mission college 2004-2005 veterans’ affairs veterans at mission college may be eligible for benefits from the veterans’ administration most but not all of the courses at the college are approved for payment of va benefits short-term courses which are less than a full semester in duration pay differently than those which are 16 weeks long veterans should be especially concerned about the number of units completed and the grades earned all students applying for veterans’ benefits must furnish official transcripts from all prior colleges an evaluation of all college credit and an education plan must be completed before benefit certification can be initiated workplace instruction all academic programs assessment and support services are available to local employers through the college s corporate training and economic development program classes and services may be delivered at the workplace or on campus to upgrade employee skills and education retrain workers for new

index mission college 2004-2005 j r japanese 85 job placement see career placement center 161 l reading 134 real estate 135 refunds 151 registration procedures 150 repetition of courses 14 residency requirements 148 retail floristry 138 right to know 157 r.o.t.c military science 7 116 rules policies changes in i s learning assistance and testing center 163 learning services 103 liberal studies see interdisciplinary studies 102 library services 163 library skills 105 m management and supervision 106 manufacturing technology 108 marketing 110 marketing communication 94 material fees vii,149 mathematics 113 matriculation 149 military credit 155 military science r.o.t.c 116 mission statement 1 music 116 n non-resident tuition 151 nursing assistant 20 nutritional science 119 o occupational programs 7 office administration see computer applications 42,43 office information systems see computer applications 43 open courses