2002 - 2003 College Catalog by San Jose City College

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chapter 1 — general information chancellor s message geraldine evans ph.d i would like to be among the first to welcome you to san josé city college through the programs offered at city college you will add a new and valuable dimension to your future as you know education is a critical component in securing a competitive edge in today’s world it can increase your skills your knowledge base as well as your earning power whether you are coming to san josé city college for your two-year college degree for career preparation a career change a specialized certificate personal improvement or to transfer to a four-year college city college can help turn that dream into an exciting reality in the past two years san josé city college has opened a new four-level parking structure broken classroom buildings a library/resource center and a state-of-the-art technology center in addition to your classes in some of the silicon valley’s most modern classrooms you will

chapter 3 — student life satisfactory academic progress financial aid consortium agreement students who receive financial aid are required to make satisfactory academic progress in their course of study it is the student’s responsibility to inform the financial aid office of any changes in his/her declared program of study financial aid progress standards are in addition to the college’s academic standards which apply to all students academic progress for financial aid recipients is assessed according to the satisfactory academic progress policy standards outlined below san josé city college and evergreen valley college the two community colleges comprising the san jose evergreen community college district have agreed that a student enrolled in an eligible program at one of these institutions may take courses at the other institution which apply towards his/her certificate or degree students who complete all credits based on the credit load at the time a

chapter 5 — associate certificate of specialization ece 103 must be taken at san josé city college see department advisor before enrolling if the student has worked in an authorized or licensed preschool group care program units ece 101 practicum in curriculum 3 ece 102 introduction to early childhood 3 programs ece ece 103 104 ece ece ece ece 105 107 108 109 fcs 70 total child studies student teaching art crafts creative activities fall only language experience for children child family and community health and safety in child care rhythm music movement activities for children child development can fcs 14 6 2 3 3 2 2 3 27 major requirements ece 101 practicum in curriculum 3 ece 102 introduction to early childhood 3 programs ece 103 child studies student teaching 6 ece 104 art crafts creative activities 2 ece 105 language experiences for children 3 ece 107 child family and community 3 ece 108 health and safety in child care 2 ece 109 rhythm music movement activities 2 for

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions petitions that are approved are good for one semester only dismissal contracts are available in the counseling department students who are readmitted will continue to be on dismissal status if their performance does not meet minimum academic standards as outlined in the previous section on probation academic renewal it is the policy of the san jose/evergreen community college district to grant academic renewal in the following ways third week of a term when conditions exist that a student could not reasonably submit the application before the end of the third week a petition to the graduation appeals committee may be considered upon approval of the application for academic leave the student’s transcripts at the college will be appropriately annotated to reflect the leave for the granted period transcripts a student who plans to transfer to another college should complete a request for transcript and file it with the

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions business bus-001 business mathematics units 3.0 this course provides a general review of basic mathematics needed for success in business topics include percentage discounts payroll interest depreciation income taxes retailing and other business applications students will develop business math competencies for fields such as accounting management retailing real estate secretarial or marketing lecture hours 3 lab hours none repeatable no grading:o prerequisite 3 units of math 310 with cr or placement based on math assessment can none advisory level read 2 write 2 math none transfer status csu degree applicable a.s csu ge none district ge none igetc none bus-007a business language skills units 3.0 the course provides students the opportunity to review and apply business english skills for business letter writing areas treated include grammar word and number usage punctuation vocabulary spelling and other mechanics that

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions cos-136 cosmetology occupational units 1.0-4.0 work experience parallel plan occupational work experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their vocational major students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a vocational program e.g educational plan or coursework in a vocational subject area the parallel plan is designed for students who wish to take classes and work during the same semester a maximum of 4 units of occupational work experience credit may be earned during any one semester to a maximum of 16 units total students must be enrolled in at least 7 units including work experience units courses taken at other accredited colleges or equivalent course work may meet this requirement internship/job placement is not guaranteed lecture hours:1.81 lab hours 3-12 repeatable 15 grading:o dance-011 ballet intermediate units 0.5-1.0 this course furthers the

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions engl-094s vocabulary enrichment units 0.5-3.0 english 094s is a self-paced course designed to help students improve their vocabulary by learning to unlock the meanings of words within the context of fiction and nonfiction passages and to use these words in their own writing students will use a variety of multi-media materials to complete assignments repeatable to a maximum of 3 units engl-322s introduction to college units 0.5-3.0 reading english 322s is designed as a self-paced course to strength and expand reading and study skills concentration will be on vocabulary extension complex comprehension skills and study/reference skills students will use a variety of multi-media materials to complete assignments repeatable to a maximum of 3 units lecture hours 1.5 lecture hours none lab hours none repeatable 5 grading:l prerequisite engl 322 and 330 or 335 with cr or placement based on assessment can none advisory level read

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions laser technology labor-136 labor studies units 1.0-4.0 occupational work experience parallel plan occupational work experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their vocational major students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a vocational program e.g educational plan or coursework in a vocational subject area the parallel plan is designed for students who wish to take classes and work during the same semester a maximum of 4 units of occupational work experience credit may be earned during any one semester to a maximum of 16 units total students must be enrolled in at least 7 units including work experience units courses taken at other accredited colleges or equivalent course work may meet this requirement internship/job placement is not guaranteed laser-098 directed study units 0.5-9.0 laser technology individual or small groups of students who would benefit

chapter 8 — academic standards and course descriptions phil-065 introduction to ethics units 3.0 this course explores some of the major ethical theories and problems of the past and present students learn the application of concepts of good and evil right and wrong to current ethical and social issues and to the processes of formulating and making actual ethics-based decisions utilitarian and rule-based systems are studied and through critical reasoning are applied in analyses discussions and in written assignments emphasis is on the real the practical and the application in everyday ethical situations photo-070 beginning color photography units:3.0 beginning color photography is an introduction to color seeing with emphasis placed on the psychology of color color theory and design the course is based on printing from color negatives using current state of the art/industry enlargers and processing equipment specific assignments will be given which direct the students toward

chapter 9 — the student s right to know ment courses and weekend offerings counselors assist students in identifying their educational goals and in developing individualized plans to achieve them student progress follow-up students excelling in their course work are notified of honor lists and scholarships students encountering academic difficulties are referred to appropriate college services by counselors instructors and staff members students having special needs are directed to additional follow-up resources within the college and community summary students who participate in matriculation have an increased potential for success they are more motivated knowledgeable and prepared to achieve their educational goals for further information on matriculation please call the counseling office at 408 288-3750 exemption criteria all students entering san josé city college are expected to participate fully in matriculation services they are also expected to meet course skill

index r reading and writing centers 2 7 offer laboratory instruction and tutoring 2 7 reading description of courses 176 real estate program 5 1 license applicants requirements 5 1 real estate appraiser license applicants 5 1 real estate description of courses 177 recreation description of courses 178 release of student information 189 confidential records 189 information available to the public 190 public access 190 requesting copies of student files 190 right of access 189 repeating courses 6 6 repeating a course for credit 6 6 residence requirements 10 adult dependent child of california resident 1 1 agricultural employment 1 1 alien students 1 1 apprentices 1 1 dependent of military personnel 10 employees of public schools 1 1 graduate of school operated by bureau of indian affair.1 1 international student 1 0 legal resident 1 0 military personnel 1 0 nonresident 1 0 nonresident employees 1 1 parent was california domiciliary who