2000 - 2002 College Catalog by San Jose City College

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Catalog 2000 - 2002 College Catalog

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contents chapter 1 — general information 7 our commitment to your education 7 educational plans 19 extended opportunity program and services/cooperative history of the college 7 agencies resources for education eop&s care 20 college mission 7 gateway program/student support services 20 college philosophy 8 health services 20 accreditation 8 honors program 21 granting of degrees 8 international student services 21 academic senate 8 job placement 21 classified council 8 library services 21 organization of the college 8 outreach 21 divisions and programs 9 service learning project 21 transfer admission agreement taa 22 chapter 2 — admissions and registration procedures 10 umoja project 22 introduction 10 veterans information 22 residence requirements 10 workforce initiative network win program 22 application for admission 11 financial aid 22 international students 12 transcripts from other colleges 12 chapter 4 — instructional resources

chapter 4 — instructional resources special academic programs accelerated degree program the accelerated degree program offers fast track courses for working adults who want to finish their degrees in a timely manner courses are offered in the evenings and on saturdays in six and eight week blocks students concentrate on one course at a time and can finish the program in 2 1/2 years if they are eligible at the english 1a level most courses are offered off campus in business-like training rooms for more information contact the counseling department honors program the san josé city college honors program is designed to motivate incoming and continuing students to excel in an intellectually stimulating environment new students who are placed at the high end of the english placement test or were in ap classes in high school are referred to the honors director for academic planning continuing students with a minimum cumulative gpa of a 3.25 and eligible for english 1a may

chapter 5 — associate early childhood education graduates of the associate in science degree program qualify through academic preparation and field experience for work in child centers pre-schools day care facilities infant and toddler centers and other programs handling young children they are able to use instructional techniques which promote intellectual social emotional physical and creative growth in children a grade of “c” or better is required in early childhood education 102 103 104 105 and 109 ece 103 must be taken at san josé city college see department advisor before enrolling if student has worked in an authorized or licensed preschool group care program for additional information visit the career transfer center or contact the following early childhood education 408-298-2181 ext 3914 san josé city college web page www.sjcc.edu certificate of competency students who want to specialize in a specific area in the early childhood education program can

chapter 7 — transfer to four-year institutions equivalent to courses that meet general education requirements the 30 semester 45 quarter units must include all if the general education requirements in communication in the english language at least 9 semester or 12 quarter units to include written communication oral communication and critical thinking and mathematics at least 3 semester or 4 quarter units or completion of the intersegmental general education transfer curriculum english communication at least 9 semester or 12 quarter units in english composition oral communication and critical thinking and the requirement in mathematics at least 3 semester or 4 quarter units general education pattern for bachelor degrees at the california state universities outlined below is the certification program developed by san josé city college careful educational planning will enable students to complete not only the general education requirements for transfer but also the general

chapter 8 — academic standards bus 007b business writing and course descriptions units 3.0 this course features the development of content and presentation in business letters and memos the planning development composition and editing of a variety of messages are presented letter styles and formatting are reviewed lecture hours 3 lab hours none grading o prerequisite bus 7a advisory level read 2 write 2 math none transfer status csu degree applicable aa/as csu ge none district ge none igetc none bus 050 survey of international business units 3.0 a comprehensive overview of international business designed to provide a global perspective on international trade including foreign investments impact of financial markets international marketing and the operation of multinational companies lecture hours 3 lab hours none grading o advisory level read 2 write 2 math none transfer status csu degree applicable aa/as csu ge none district ge none igetc none bus 057 international finance

chapter 8 — academic standards and dent 172 clinical dental assisting 2 course descriptions units 2.5 in this course the student practices registered dental assistant skills in a dental office with a team of dental health professionals under the guidance of a supervising instructor the outcome of this internship is to transform laboratory level skills to clinical level skills the theory portion provides in-depth coverage on securing and maintaining employment laws governing employment and expanded coverage of osha hazards management requirements for employee safety lecture hours 0.5 lab hours 6 grading l prerequisite dent 154 dent 155 dent 156 and dent 171 all c or better advisory level read 2 write 2 math none transfer status none degree status as csu ge none district ge none igetc none dent 173 clinical dental assisting 3 units 2.5 in this course the student practices registered dental assistant skills in a dental office with a team of dental health professionals under the

chapter 8 — academic standards esl 310l esl skills development lab units 0.5-2.0 the content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the esl 310 series it is designed to supplement classroom instruction by providing learning materials via video and software that will allow students to work on an individual basis to enhance their skill sin listening comprehension oral communication reading writing pronunciation and vocabulary development as well as their understanding of american culture students must be enrolled concurrently in esl 312 313 314 316 or 317 twenty-four hours of lab work are required for each 1/2 unit of credit repeatable to a maximum of 2 units lecture hours none lab hours 1.5-6 grading k corequisite or concurrent enrollment in esl 312 esl 313 esl 314 esl 316 or esl 317 transfer status none degree applicable naa csu ge none district ge none igetc none esl 312 paragraph development/esl focus units 5.0 designed for non-native speakers of english with

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions m/s 106 team building and participative management units 3.0 m/s 120 strategic management and planning units 3.0 this course explores the changing nature of business decision making as more and more businesses flatten their organizational structures group involvement is becoming increasingly more common this course addresses the theory of group dynamics and provides opportunities for students to sharpen and develop the skills required to be a more effective group member problem solving decision making and goal setting are a few of the topics covered this course presents the organizational perspective held by its top decision makers it develops systematic thinking required for well founded plans and requires students to build in contingencies for dealing with the impact of economic technological political and social environmental phenomena outside the scope of the organization’s control students will learn several

chapter 8 — academic standards and ath/w 040 intercollegiate softball course descriptions units 3.0 this course is designed to teach the student various aspects of intercollegiate softball emphasis will be placed on developing skills necessary to compete at the collegiate level repeatable to a maximum of 12 units lecture hours none lab hours 2-3 grading o prerequisite no prerequisite corequisite or levels transfer status csu/uc degree applicable aa/as csu ge none district ge none igetc none ath/w 048 intercollegiate track and field units 3.0 this course is designed to instruct students in the basic principles of track and field students will be given the opportunity to practice and compete on an intercollegiate basis repeatable to a maximum of 12 units lecture hours none lab hours 2-3 grading o prerequisite no prerequisite corequisite or levels transfer status csu/uc degree applicable aa/as csu ge none district ge none igetc none ath/w 052 intercollegiate volleyball units 3.0

chapter 9 — the student’s right to know • • • • disorderly lewd indecent or obscene conduct or expressions including willful profanity and/or vulgarity with intention to threaten intimidate or offend gambling money or its equivalent exchanged and not part of an approved campus activity/event harassment or discrimination based on gender race religion culture disability sexual orientation or age failure to comply with the terms of any disciplinary sanction imposed in accordance with the code of student conduct consequences may include one or more of the following actions • verbal reprimand/warning verbally reprimanding students for inappropriate behavior and warning the continuation of the conduct will cause disciplinary action • written reprimand/warning written notification of inappropriate behavior and written warning that continuation of the conduct will cause disciplinary action noted in student’s file • suspension

index p peer-led team learning project 27 phat bieu ve chinh sach khong hy thi 185 philosophy description of courses 161 photography description of courses 162 physical education and athletics description of courses 164 physical science courses 168 physics description of courses 168 physiology description of courses 169 political science description of courses 170 prerequisite and corequisite challenge process 72 classroom space requirements 72 prerequisites corequisites and advisories defined 184 challenge procedures 184 defined 184 grounds for challenge 184 president’s message 3 probation and dismissal procedures 68 academic dismissal 68 academic probation 68 clearing probation or dismissal 68 continuing probation 68 progress dismissal 68 progress probation 68 readmission after dismissal 68 program planning 64 project-based learning 27 multimedia and cis curriculum 27 psychology description of courses 170 r reading and writing centers 26 offer