Academic Programs 2019 by Santa Monica Community College

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Catalog Academic Programs 2019

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santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 areas of study computer science cosmetology primary academic departments • computer science and information systems • cosmetology counseling • counseling counseling – disabled student services counseling –disabled student services – noncredit counseling – noncredit • counseling – dsps dance digital media early childhood education early childhood education – noncredit economics education energy efficiency engineering english english – noncredit esl – english as a second language esl – noncredit • counseling – dsps • counseling • transfer preparation • dance associate degree • dance teacher pre k-grade 5 department certificate 17 units see entertainment technology • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 studio arts associate degree for transfer upon completion of the associate in arts in studio arts for transfer aa-t students will have a strong academic foundation in the field and be prepared for upper-division baccalaureate study completion of the degree indicates that the student will have satisfied the lower-division requirements for transfer into studio arts or similar majors for many campuses in the california state university system program learning outcomes upon completion of this program students will be able to demonstrate an ability to work with contemporary visual ideas and their solutions as they apply to studio practice have an understanding of conceptual thinking and the ability to communicate their ideas using research that will include media visual culture art history history and an understanding of the importance of verbal and written skills and develop strong visualization skills professional attitude and a portfolio

80 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 insurance specialist certificate of achievement this program prepares students for highly skilled positions in the insurance industry such as claims adjuster examiner investigator salesperson legal support worker or insurance underwriter course offerings include personal insurance property and liability insurance commercial insurance and ethics among others program learning outcomes upon completion of this program students will demonstrate coherent and comprehensive understanding of various types of insurance products including personal property and liability and commercial insurance academic programs required courses bus 15 introduction to insurance with code and ethics 2 bus 16 personal insurance 3 bus 17 property and liability insurance 3 bus 18 commercial insurance 3 international business certificate of achievement the international business certificate provides students with the opportunity to develop the skills knowledge and

90 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 students for a career as a platform artist educator stylist colorist salon owner sales representative and makeup artist as well as offer students the opportunity to work in the television and movie industries or on cruise ships this program prepares students to take the state board examination for a cosmetology license information regarding the cosmetology program is available in the cosmetology department 310-434-4292 and through the smc website smc.edu programs offered academic programs • cosmetology associate degree • cosmetology certificate of achievement 25.5 units to total 1,600 hours • esthetician formerly skin care department certificate 12 units to total 600 hours • nail care department certificate 9 units to total 400 hours • business salon entrepreneurship department certificate 11 units cosmetology associate degree or certificate of achievement program learning outcomes upon completion of the

santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 math 8 calculus 2 5 math 29 calculus ii for business and social science 3 span 1 elementary spanish i 5 span 2 elementary spanish ii 5 span 3 intermediate spanish i 5 span 4 intermediate spanish ii 5 span 11 spanish for heritage speakers i 5 span 12 spanish for native speakers 2 5 other smc modern language courses may be substituted education programs offered • transfer preparation transfer preparation many colleges/universities offer baccalaureate degrees in this field students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university should complete the lower-division major requirements and the general education pattern for the specific transfer institution smc has articulation agreements with the many uc and csu campuses as well as several private and out-of-state institutions exact major requirements for uc and csu campuses can be found online at assist.org a listing of private nonprofit california colleges and universities can

108 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 film 32l intermediate digital filmmaking lab 1 film 33 making the short film 3 film 33l making the short film lab 2 specialized courses 6 units et 31a digital video fundamentals 3 film 40 cinematography 3 film 50 production sound 3 elective courses minimum 6 units ahis 11 art appreciation introduction to global visual culture 3 et 31b digital video editing 3 et 40 digital audio fundamentals 3 et 60 post production project 3 film 7 american cinema crossing cultures 3 film 21 advanced scriptwriting 3 academic programs film studies the objectives of this program are to prepare students for upper-division study at a four-year college and/or to earn an associate degree programs offered • transfer preparation • film studies associate degree transfer preparation many colleges/universities offer baccalaureate degrees in this field students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university should complete the lower-division

118 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 major requirements and the general education pattern for the specific transfer institution smc has articulation agreements with the many uc and csu campuses as well as several private and out-of-state institutions exact major requirements for uc and csu campuses can be found online at assist.org a listing of private nonprofit california colleges and universities can be found online at aiccu.edu for articulation agreements between smc and some of these institutions see smc.edu/articulation academic programs interior architectural design associate degree or certificate of achievement this program provides a thorough and analytical foundation of the interior architectural design field that will enable students to practice professionally and serve their community with safe functional and innovative interior spaces students will develop employment skills in hand sketching and visualization digital production skills using software such as

santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 bus 23 principles of selling 3 media 1 survey of mass media communications 3 media 11 introduction to broadcasting 3 media 12 broadcasting programming and management 3 media 13 broadcasting announcing and production 3 media 18 broadcast advertising 3 entertainment promotion and marketing production associate degree or certificate of achievement et 31b digital video editing 3 media 20 introduction to writing and producing short form media 3 media 21 short form visual media production 3 restricted electives 6 units bus 26 marketing research and consumer behavior 3 bus 34 introduction to social media marketing 3 com st 12 persuasion 3 couns 16 job success skills 1 et 3 principles of project management 3 et 40 digital audio fundamentals 3 et 41 digital audio post production 3 et 72 career development 2 gr des 64 digital imaging for design i 3 gr des 71 motion graphics 1 3 journ 43 public relations and publicity 3 media 2 reading media

santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 medical coding and billing specialist associate degree or certificate of achievement medical coding and billing specialists are primarily responsible for submitting documentation of patient medical care to insurance companies duties include billing insurance companies and patients collecting payment for services and documenting tests treatments and procedures using correct medical terminology — referred to as “coding.” this program provides the training that is required to perform these duties program learning outcomes upon completion of this program applying knowledge of diagnostic and procedural codes students will review patients’ medical records and assign appropriate codes for reimbursement and billing purposes using a computerized patient billing system students will enter patient and case information process transactions and claims create statements and produce reports select 3 units from the following

146 santa monica college catalog 2018–2019 pol sc 31 introduction to public policy 3 pol sc 95 public policy – experiential learning 1 academic programs critical thinking and communication area a english language and critical thinking 3 units bus 32 business communications 3 engl 1 reading and composition 1 3 engl 2 critical analysis and intermediate composition 3 engl 31 advanced composition 3 hist 47 the practice of history 3 philos 7 logic and critical thinking 3 area b oral communication/media literacy 3 units com st 11 elements of public speaking 3 com st 37 intercultural communication 3 journ 1 the news 3 media 1 survey of mass media 3 media 2 reading media acquiring media literacy skills 3 media 10 media gender and race 3 wgs 30 women gender and sexuality in popular culture 3 specialization area students are required to take 2 courses within one of the following five 5 tracks 6 units arts and cultural affairs track ahis 3 western art history iii 3 ahis 11 art