L Majors 2012-2014 by West Los Angeles College

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Catalog L Majors 2012-2014

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“l” majors click on the major below to get to the exact page law see paralegal studies liberal arts sciences he following section details the required curriculum for every degree and certificate program offered at the college students must complete all course requirements to petition for a skill certificate or state-approved certificate of achievement in order to be eligible for an associate degree students must fulfill all major courses all west general education requirements plan a or plan b and all other graduation requirements for a total of at least 60 units students should refer to “graduation requirements” in the “academics” section of this catalog for additional information students are also encouraged to seek assistance from counselors and faculty transfer students should consult the office for major preparation and general education requirements for the particular transfer institution of their choice transfer students who want to obtain

major requirements certificate of achievement event and convention planning major code 1307.08 18 units required courses units travel 175 meeting/convention and incentive planning 3 hospt 302 introduction to hotel/motel operations 3 hospt 320 hospitality law 3 hospt 340 introduction to professional food service 3 hospt 345 event management 3 and 3 units from the following travel 140 travel industry sales service and marketing travel 175 meeting/convention and incentive planning 3 3 18 total units law see paralegal studies liberal arts sciences associate degrees arts and humanities option behavioral and social sciences option health professions option math science and computer science option the liberal arts and sciences degree program provides students with an opportunity to earn an associate of arts degree in one of four major areas of emphasis math sciences and computer science behavioral and social sciences arts and humanities and health professions it is designed for students

major requirements art 101 102 103 201 202 300 301 302 304 305 307 501 502 503 700 701 708 709 american sign language 1 chinese 1 cinema 3 107 english 101 102 103 203 204 205 206 209 213 215 219 233 239 234 254 270 275 french 1 2 3 4 history 1 2 humanities 1 30 31 60 61 77 japanese 1 21 22 library science 101 103 music 101 111 141 321 322 324 411 412 413 414 501 561 725 775 philosophy 1 20 33 41 theater arts 100 110 505 spanish 1 2 speech 101 104 121 associate of arts degree liberal arts and sciences behavioral social sciences major code 4901.00 18 units this area of emphasis provides students with a broad-based introduction to the behavioral and social sciences these courses are designed to stimulate critical thinking and to encourage students to explore a variety of theories perspectives and experiences about how societies behave in response to particular times places events and societies in the world coursework in this area of emphasis is designed to prepare students for

major requirements choose at least 12 units from courses listed below no more than 6 units may be selected from any single discipline anatomy 1 anthropology 101 111l biology 3a 3b 6 7 chemistry 51 60 101 computer science 902 917 933 935 936 939 990 geography 1 15l geology 1 6l oceanography 1 microbiology 20 physiology 1 physics 6 7 37 and at least 3 units but no more than 6 units from courses listed below mgmt 2 organization management theory mktg 1 principles of selling mktg 21 principles of marketing law 2 business law ii speech 101 oral communication i electives 3 units from the following co sci 933 database design and programming bus 32 business communications entrep 1 introduction to entrepreneurship entrep 2 starting a new business entrep 3 building and growing a new business total units 3 3 3 3 3 units 3 3 3 3 3 35 mathematics 215 227 241 260 261 262 263 270 275 certificates of achievement note the total number of units must be at least 18 units certificate of achievement