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November 11 , 2009

  1. 1. COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE November 11, 2009 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. West Campus, Room 6-202 AGENDA 1. Review of Minutes – October 14, 2009 (Attachment) 2. Discussion Items • Course Outline Review Cycle – John Niss will lead a discussion about a process for implementing the next cycle of review and revision for course outlines. This will include a discussion of how the General Education component should be addressed. 3. Consent Agenda – Course modifications or deletions involving minor editing of course descriptions or level changes which do not impact other departments are eligible for placement on the consent agenda. Any members of the committee may request to remove a proposal from the consent agenda for the purpose of discussion. The following course(s) have outlines in Course Outline Builder which may be viewed in ATLAS: There are no items on the Consent Agenda for November 4. Regular Agenda 0910-005 CET 2660C Cyber Security Fundamentals, CCA.........................Angel Melendez Purpose: This course is being temporarily added as an elective; however, it will be listed later as one of the core courses under the (new) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics track; Catalog Course Description: Students will learn how modern computer operating systems are used for network security and digital forensic applications. Students will gain valuable experience through many hands-on experiments. This course involves a laboratory learning environment. (Special Fee: $20.00); Prerequisites: CET 2486C, Local Area Networks; Co-requisites: None; Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 3/2/1; Effective Date: Spring 2010 (201020). (Voter List Attached) 0910-006 CET 2890C Network Security, CCA .................................................Wael Yousif Purpose: This course is being temporarily added as an elective; however, it will be listed later as one of the core courses under the (new) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics track; Catalog Course Description: The overarching purpose of this course is to provide information about the basic workings of firewalls, with a predominant slant toward open-source, Linux-based firewalls such as IPTABLES, and Firewall Snort. However, the course will also provide information and practical knowledge on commercial firewalls. To that effect, smaller appliance firewalls such as
  2. 2. Linksys Firewall will be covered, along with personal firewalls such as Windows Firewall. Additionally commercial enterprise firewalls such as Cisco PIX will be covered. Software firewalls, integrated firewalls, and appliance firewalls will all be explored and explained. While it is true that vendors’ firewall products vary greatly, the fundamental underlying principles do not vary because of the nature of the technology, and therefore will constitute the focal point of the course; Prerequisites: CET 2660C, Cyber Security Fundamentals; Co-requisites: None; Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 4/2/2; Effective Date: Spring 2010 (201020). 0910-007 Computer Engineering Technology (Networking) with Specializations in Cisco and Microsoft, A.S. Degree, CPM ...........................................Nasser Hedayat Purpose: (1) To increase EET 1214C required credit hours to 3; (2) To change the required degree elective hours from 7 to 6 for CISCO and Microsoft specializations; (3) To remove EET 2330 from the degree electives listing; (4) To add CET 2660C and CET 2890C to degree electives listing; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Voter List and Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=188 0910-008 EET 1214C Introduction to Engineering Technology, CCM........Nasser Hedayat Purpose: To adequately prepare students for EET 10306C and EET 1221C; Revised Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 3/1/2 (previously 2/2/0); Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). 0910-009 EET 1036C Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuits, CCM..............Nasser Hedayat Purpose: By increasing the credit hours of EET 1214C (a required prerequisite) from 2 to 3, students are better prepared with hands-on equipment upon entering EET 10306C; Revised Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 5/3/2 (previously 6/4/2); Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). 0910-010 Microcomputer Repairer/Installer, Technical Cert., CPM...............Nasser Hedayat Purpose: (1) To increase EET 1214C required credit hours to 3; (2) To change the required degree elective hours from 4 to 3; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Voter List and Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=86 0910-011 Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S. Degree, CPM..................Nasser Hedayat Purpose: To adjust the credit hours for EET 1214C (from 2 to 3); and EET 1036C (from 6 to 5). This adjustment will better prepare students for entrance into EET 1036C, as well as other courses within the program; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=36 0910-012 Basic Electronics Technician, Technical Cert., CPM.........................Nasser Hedayat Purpose: To adjust the credit hours for EET 1214C (from 2 to 3) and EET 1036C (from 6 to 5); Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=185 Page 2
  3. 3. 0910-013 Wireless and IP Communication Technician, Tech. Cert., CPM.......Nasser Hedayat Purpose: (1) To adjust the credit hours for EET 1214C from 2 to 3; (2) Remove CET 2484C; (3) Add 2 credit hours of electives. These modifications will not affect the total program credit requirements; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=104 0910-014 HFT 2867 Wine Essentials, CCA .........................................Scott Richardson Purpose: To prepare Valencia hospitality and culinary students and other members of the Valencia community to understand the impact of the wine industry globally. Secondary reason is to give a framework for those students who will be progressing into further education in the beverage industry; Catalog Course Description: A survey of the renowned old and new world wine regions, their evolution in western culture, and their role in contemporary society. Grape varieties and celebrated vineyards, classification systems, international trends in wine consumption and restaurant marketing, along with the influence of media on wine consumption will be studied. Hospitality and Culinary students will be given preference in enrolling in this course. Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of enrollment. Professional wine tasting protocol requires that all students taste the wine and spit. (Special Fee: $50.00); Prerequisites: HFT 1000, FSS 2251, and department approval; Co-requisites: None; Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 3/3/0; Effective Date: Spring 2010 (201020). 0910-015 Restaurant and Food Service Management, A.S. Degree, CPM.................Jim Inglis Purpose: Add a new course to the program – HFT 2867, Wine Essentials; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Catalog Markup Attached) http://net3.valenciacc.edu/forms/CPM/cpmprint.cfm?ID=399 0910-016 ANT 2100 Introduction to Archaeology, CCM.............................Jason Wenzel Purpose: Change the course number and revise course description to be consistent with statewide curriculum and senior institutions for transfer. The new number proposed is ANT 2140; Revised Catalog Course Description: Introduction to the concepts and methods archaeologists use to study human culture from the world’s earliest societies to the present; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). 0910-017 MGF 1118 Math CLAST Review, CCD.....................................Deborah Garrison Purpose: The CLAST exam is no longer being given, so this course is no longer reasonable to include in our Catalog; Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Voter List Attached) 0910-018 MAT 0012N Intensive Pre-Algebra Tutorial, CCA..................................John Niss Purpose: With the addition of a college wide final exit exam for MAT 0012, faculty feel a need for a method of remediation for students who have done will in the class, but failed to pass the exam; Catalog Course Description: This course is for students who successfully completed the course work for MAT 0012C with a grade of B or higher, but failed the final exit exam with a score of 22 or 23. Students may be eligible for this course the semester following their first attempt in MAT 0012C. Students will work intensively on specific math competencies assigned based on the students’ previous performance. Upon successful work in this course, students Page 3
  4. 4. will be eligible for one attempt at the state competency exam. (Special Fee: $35.00); Prerequisites: Completion of MAT 0012C with a grade of I; department approval; Co- requisites: None; Credit/Class/Lab Hours: 0/0/1; Effective Date: Spring 2010 (201020). (Voter List Attached) 0910-019 MAT 0024N Intensive Mathematics Tutorial, CCM...............................John Niss Purpose: The current title is “Intensive Mathematics Tutorial,” which is confusing now that there is also an “Intensive Pre-Algebra Tutorial. The request is to change the course title to “Intensive Beginning Algebra Tutorial;” Revised Catalog Course Description: This course is for students who successfully completed the course work for MAT 0024C or MAT 0020C with a grade of B or higher, but failed the state-mandated competency exam with a score of 22 or 23. Students may be eligible for this course the semester following their first attempt in MAT 0024C or MAT 0020C. Students will work intensively on specific math competencies assigned based on the students’ previous performance. Upon successful work in this course, students will be eligible for one attempt at the state competency exam. (Special Fee: $35.00); Revised Prerequisites: Completion of MAT 0020C or MAT 0024C with a grade of I; department approval (previously, MAT 0024C or MAT 0020C); Effective Date: Fall 2010 (201110). (Voter List Attached) 5. Information Items SLS Course Oversight – Going forward, all SLS courses will be placed under the new SLS Director, Catherine Penfold-Navarro. This includes SLS 2940 and SLS 1303, which were previously under Barbara Frazier and Joe Lynn Look, respectively. Academic Advisor for the CCC – Due to scheduling conflicts, the CCC will be unable to move forward with the placement of an Academic Advisor from Student Services as an ex-officio member. The next meeting of the College Curriculum Committee is scheduled for January 13, 2010, and will be held on the East Camp Page 4

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