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  • 1. CONSENT AGENDA ACTION ITEM Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: December 12, 2006 Item Number Item Title Responsible Agents       Curriculum Dr. Maria Harper-Marinick Recommendation The curriculum proposals attached have been processed through all procedures established by the Maricopa County Community Colleges. It is recommended that the proposals be approved as submitted. AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS: Please refer to the curriculum Summary on page 2 for a complete listing of all program and course proposals. Justification Funding Approvals/Certifications Source: Chancellor ____________________________       Academic Affairs_______________________ Account Identification: Business Services_______________________       Human Resources_________ITS __________ Student & Com. Affairs__________________ College President _______________________
  • 2. GBA December 12, 2006 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary COURSE PROPOSALS: Course Modifications to Year/Term End (deletions)………………………………………………………………………page 5 GWCC COV115, COV130 Course Modifications……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 6 PC HCE290 RSC CSI110, CSI131, CSI136, CSI138, CSI140, CSI142, CSI144 New Courses……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 10 GCC FSC153 GWCC DMI229, FAC250, NCE295, OSH275, WWM271 PC CFS234, NAV119 PVCC CFS232, CPD102AU RSC CSI117, CSI157, CSI158, TVL135, TVL136, TVL137, TVL150, TVL151, TVL152, TVL153, TVL154, TVL160, TVL161, TVL162, TVL163, TVL164, TVL165 SCC AJS191 Experimental Courses……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 17 SCC PED199SC PROGRAM PROPOSALS: New Occupational Programs (NOP)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 18 GWCC CCL/5553 Environmental Science Technology 18 Occupational Program Modifications (OPM)………………………………………………………………………………………………page 19 GCC AAS/3567 Computer Graphic Design 19 AAS/3846 Fire Science Technology 22 CCL/5062 Fire Science 25 AAS/3571 Multimedia 27 AAS/3059 Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training 33 Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC CCL/5421 Personal Trainer 36 Shared by: (GCC), MCC Note: *Indicates Addition of Occupational Program from OPM process Note: Primary institutions are enclosed in parenthesis 2
  • 3. GBA December 12, 2006 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary PROGRAM PROPOSALS - Continued: GWCC AAS/3071 Clinical Research Coordinating 37 AAS/3830 Water Technologies 40 CCL/5140 Water Distribution and Collection 42 Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) CCL/5142 Water Treatment 44 Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) CCL/5136 Wastewater Treatment 46 Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) PC AAS/3356 Child Care Administration 48 CCL/5356 Child Care Administration 51 CCL/5019 Classroom Management for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children 53 CCL/5558* Curriculum for Young Children 54 CCL/5198 Digital Photography 55 AAS/3080* Digital Photography 56 AAS/3770 Family Resources 58 CCL/5787 Family Resources 60 CCL/5514 Fire Science 62 Shared (PC, PVCC) CCL/5557* Firefighter Operations 64 Shared by: GCC, MCC, (PC), PVCC, SCC SCC AAS/3708 Architectural Technology 65 CCL/5708 Architectural Technology 67 AAS/3432 Building Safety and Planning Technology 68 CCL/5442 Building Safety Technology 71 Occupational Program Modification to Year/Term (Deletions) (OPD)………………………………page 72 PC AAS/3059 Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC 72 SCC CCL/5796 Planning and Development Technology 73 Note: *Indicates Addition of Occupational Program from OPM process Note: Primary institutions are enclosed in parenthesis 3
  • 4. CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: COURSES FOR December 12, 2006 Total Course Proposals Submitted (38/1*, 0 X-refs added, 0 X-refs deleted) Proposal Type/Outcomes CGCC EMCC GWCC GCC MCC PVCC PC RSC SCC SMCC Dist Totals Course Modification (CM) 1 7 8 Course Deletions 2 2 CM: X-Ref Added (new course generated) 0 CM: Modules Added (new courses generated) 0 CM: Variation Credits/Periods Module Added (new courses generated) 0 New Course (excludes above CM additions) 5 1 2 2 17 1/1* 28/1* Total Courses College Columns 0 0 7 1 0 2 3 24 1/1* 0 0 38/1* Overall New Courses Generated for MCCCD 0 0 5 1 0 2 2 17 1/1* 0 0 28/1* Overall Course Modifications Generated for MCCCD 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 10 *Exp = Experimental Courses CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: PROGRAMS FOR December 12, 2006 Total Program Proposals Submitted (25, with 3 Program Addition(s)) Proposal Type/Outcomes CGCC EMCC GWCC GCC MCC PVCC PC RSC SCC SMCC Dist Totals Occupational Program Deletions (OPD) 1 1 2 New Occupational Program (NOP) (college specific) 1 1 NOP-Shared (*primary college) 0 Occupational Program Modification (OPM) 5 6** 7 4 22 OPM-Program Additions- college specific (new programs generated) 2 2 OPM-Program Additions- shared (new programs generated, *primary college) 1 1 1 1* 1 5 OPM-Change in Availability (shared, new programs generated, **primary college) 2 2 OPM-Change in Availability (college no longer offering program) 0 New Academic Program (NAP) (college specific) 0 NAP-Shared (*primary college) 0 Academic Program Modification (APM) 0 APM-Program Additions- college specific (new programs generated) 0 APM-Change in Availability (*primary college) 0 MCCCD New Programs Generated 2 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 10 MCCCD Modified Programs Generated 0 0 5 6 0 0 8 0 5 0 0 24 Shared Programs include programs offered by two or more colleges and District Wide Programs are offered by all 10 colleges. NOTE: Program attachments use strikeovers to signify deletion of program information. Text in bold print signifies additions to the program. 4
  • 5. ATTACHMENT: CD COURSE DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 X-REF TYPE COLLEGE SUBJECT TITLE EFF.END OF PRESENT: O GWCC COV115 First Things First 2006 Fall O GWCC COV130 What Matters Most 2006 Fall X-Ref=Displays current course cross-reference with proposed deletion. The cross-referencing of courses is eliminated per effective “end of” term noted above. 5
  • 6. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: CSI110 The Credit Card Industry LEC 2.0 2.0 Overview of credit card industry. Includes banking history, laws and regulations, and corporate structure. Emphasis on customer service department and customer service representative functions. Types of credit cards and credit card products also covered. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Credits From: 2.0 To: 3.0, Periods From: 2.0 To: 3.0, Load From: 2.0 To: 3.0, Description, Competencies, Outline, Title.) CSI110 Credit Card Industry LEC 3.0 3.0 Overview of credit card industry. Includes federal supervising agencies, laws and regulations, and corporate structure. Emphasis on customer service responsibilities and fair lending policy as well as business ethics. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: CSI131 Credit Card Technology L+L 2.0 4.0 Overview of computers in the credit card industry. Various computer screens and computer telephony integration system emphasized. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Activity Type From: L+L To: Lec, Periods From: 4 To: 2, Load From: 3.4 To: 2, Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI131 Credit Card Technology LEC 2.0 2.0 Overview of computer systems in the credit card industry. Various computer screens to locate, access, and update customer information. Computer telephony integration system emphasized. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 6
  • 7. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: CSI136 Credit Card Billing and Payments L+L 3.0 5.0 Introduction to credit card billing and payment processes. Finance charges emphasized. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Activity Type From: L+L To: Lec, Periods From: 5.0 To: 3.0, Load From: 4.4 To: 3.0, Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI136 Credit Card Billing and Payments LEC 3.0 3.0 Introduction to credit card authorization, billing, and statements. Review Average Daily Balance, annual percentage rates, and finance charges. Includes payment process, posting, and collections. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: CSI138 Processing Credit Card Accounts L+L 3.0 5.0 Processing credit card accounts procedures. Includes credit lines, disputes and fraud. Bank pricing strategies also covered. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Activity Type From: L+L To: Lec, Periods From: 5.0 To: 3.0, Load From: 4.4 To: 3.0, Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI138 Processing Credit Card Accounts LEC 3.0 3.0 Processing procedures for credit card accounts. Includes credit lines, transfers, disputes and fraud. Bank pricing and special service strategies also covered. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 7
  • 8. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: CSI140 Credit Card Telemarketing LEC 2.0 2.0 Basic overview of credit card telemarketing. Covers definitions, traditional marketing methods, the telemarketer role and consumer credit structure. Customer feedback and customer management lifecycle also included. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI140 Credit Card Telemarketing LEC 2.0 2.0 Basic overview of a telemarketer’s role in the credit card industry. Covers the mission, vision, and values of the corporation and department duties. Includes traditional marketing methods and strategies, consumer credit structure, and customer feedback process. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: CSI142 Responsibilities of a Telemarketer LEC 2.0 2.0 Telemarketing representative's responsibilities and performance management. Includes credit card basics, industry cycles, marketing features and credit card types. Computer system use emphasized. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI142 Responsibilities of a Telemarketer LEC 2.0 2.0 Telemarketing representative responsibilities and performance management. Includes credit card basics, consumer credit, industry cycles, annual percentage rate, marketing features, workflows, and credit card types. Overview of computer systems and screens also covered. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 8
  • 9. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: CSI144 Credit Card Telemarketing Strategies LEC 3.0 3.0 Overview of credit card telemarketing strategies. Consultative selling and cross- selling marketing techniques as well as critical selling skills covered. Includes customer relationships, customer objections, pricing history, marketing segments and repricing. Laws and regulations also included. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: (Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline.) CSI144 Credit Card Telemarketing Strategies LEC 3.0 3.0 Overview of credit card telemarketing terms and strategies. Consultative selling procedures and telephone techniques, as well as critical selling skills covered. Includes customer relationships, customer objections, pricing history, marketing segments, and repricing. Laws and regulations also included. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: HCE290 Clinical Laboratory Technician Program Review LEC 1.0 1.0 Preparation for the clinical laboratory technician national certification examinations. Topics include medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, medical records management, appointment scheduling, law and ethics, insurance billing and coding, medication administration, electrocardiography, patient assessment, asepsis, clinical procedures, and laboratory techniques and values. Prerequisites: (HCE247 and HCE249), or (current employment with a minimum of three year's experience as a Clinical Laboratory Technician), or permission of Program Director. PROPOSED: (Change in: Description, Title.) HCE290 Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program Review LEC 1.0 1.0 Preparation for the clinical laboratory technician national certification examinations. Topics include methodologies, techniques, and problem solving relative to urinalysis; body fluids, hematology, hemostasis, immunohematology, immunology, microbiology, and chemistry. Prerequisites: (HCE247 and HCE249), or (current employment with a minimum of three year's experience as a Clinical Laboratory Technician), or permission of Program Director. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 9
  • 10. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS AJS191 Hate Crimes LEC 3.0 3.0 Explores the causes, incidence rates and forms of hate crimes in the United States and other countries. Studies hate crime laws and the Constitution. Examines the impact of hate crimes on society, culture and the law. Considers societal responses to combat and prevent hate crimes. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: SCC Effective: 2007 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________________ CFS232 Developing Child: Theory-Practice, Birth- Prekindergarten LEC 3.0 3.0 Understanding and working with young children, birth through prekindergarten. Development of young children’s physical, emotional, social, cognitive and linguistic characteristics. Special focus on children from diverse multicultural backgrounds. Typical and atypical development. Implications for teachers and parents. Includes opportunities for observations and curriculum planning. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2007 Fall ________________________________________________________________________________ CFS234 Child Development, Theory into Practice, Ages 5-8, K-3 LEC 3.0 3.0 Understanding and working with young children, ages 5-8, K-3. Development of young children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and linguistic characteristics. Special focus on children from diverse multicultural backgrounds. Typical and atypical development. Implications for teachers and parents. Includes opportunities for observations and teamwork. Prerequisites: CFS232. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2007 Fall ________________________________________________________________________________ CPD102AU Introduction to Meditation: Vipassana Practice LEC 1.0 1.0 Introduction to the practice of Vipassana (Insight) Meditation. Focus on the history, benefits and methodology of Vipassana meditation. Special emphasis on establishing a formal and informal meditation practice. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: PVCC Effective: 2007 Fall ________________________________________________________________________________ 10
  • 11. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS CSI117 Credit Card Service to Sales L+L 3.0 4.0 Overview of credit card service to sales. Includes department roles and sales verification. Privacy guard, payment protection, and fraud detection programs, as well as identity theft/fraud procedures, and account level targeting covered. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ CSI157 Credit Card Account Management LAB 2.0 6.0 Practical application of credit card account management. Review computer screens for customer account updates, billings, statements and processing payments. Also covers workflows, finance charges, transfers, disputes, and fraud management. Prerequisites: CSI110, CSI131, CSI136 and CSI138. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ CSI158 Credit Card Telemarketing Techniques LAB 1.0 3.0 Practical application of telemarketing techniques. Includes workflows, marketing methods, credit card types, and annual percentage rate. Skills for customer response as well as critical selling skills. Prerequisites or Corequisites: CSI140, CSI142, and CSI144. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ DMI229 Magnetic Resonance Imagery for Cross-Sectional Anatomy LEC 3.0 3.0 Three dimensional anatomy presented in transverse, sagittal and coronal planes of specified regions of the human body as viewed from magnetic resonance imagery. Includes structure identification of the bones, muscles, vascular system, organs, soft tissue components and weighted imaging. Prerequisites: Graduate of a related medical program of study and currently registered as a technologist in radiography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy or sonography. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 11
  • 12. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS FAC250 Maintaining Biological Laboratories LEC 3 3 Standards and guidelines for Biosafety Level (BSL 1-4) ventilation and exhaust of air. Types of filtration and control associated with the four levels of biological research laboratories. Prerequisites: Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Water Technologies degree or completion of Associate in Applied Science in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration/Facilities degree. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ FSC153 Minimum Company Standards for Fire Fighters L+L: 2 4 Comprehensive review of Standard Operating Procedures as they relate to fire ground skills. Emphasis placed on hands on activities allowing participants to practice necessary skills to safely operate on the fire ground and vehicle accident scenes. Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Fire Operations Academy and current Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT). Type: O College: GCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ NAV119 Navajo in a Medical Setting LEC 3.0 3.0 Basic conversational Navajo and medical terminology for students and health care personnel in health care settings. Emphasis on pronunciation, sentence structure, and vocabulary used in health care settings. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: PC Effective: 2007 Fall ________________________________________________________________________________ NCE295 Psychopharmacology for Nurses LEC 3.0 3.0 Introduction of the pharmacology of psychotropic drugs, pharmokinetics and pharmacodynamics, mechanism of action, and principles of use and current status. Prerequisites: NCE170 or current license as practical nurse (PN) or registered nurse (RN). Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 12
  • 13. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS OSH275 Control of Transmissible Pathogens LEC 3.0 3.0 Pathogens including bloodborne and airborne. Regulations, disease transmission, standard and transmission based precautions, exposure control, and exposure determination. Best practices for containment and identification and selection of engineering control devices. Prerequisites: Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Water Technologies degree or completion of Associate in Applied Science in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration/Facilities degree. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL135 International Travel Reservations I LEC 3.0 3.0 Procedures for making international airline reservations. Covers travel industry software usage, resource utilization, and booking procedures. Includes international geography, documentation requirements, and international fare construction. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL136 International Travel Reservations II LEC 2.0 2.0 International travel reservation procedures for ground transportation and hotels. Includes e-ticket procedures, Store Fare Tabs, prepaid tickets, and reservation modification procedures. Prerequisites: TVL135. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL137 International Travel Reservations Lab LAB 2.0 3.0 Practical application of procedures for completing international reservations. Includes booking procedures for air, ground transportation, and hotels as well as e-tickets, prepaid tickets, and international reservation modification procedures. Use of computerized international travel reservations system emphasized. Prerequisites: TVL136. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 13
  • 14. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS TVL150 Turbo Sabre Domestic Travel Reservations LEC 3.0 3.0 Overview of the travel industry’s Turbo Sabre computerized reservations system. Includes agency automation and the Intranet as well as the Special Travel Account Record System (STARS) and traveler profiles. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL151 Turbo Sabre Group Travel Reservations LEC 3.0 3.0 Group travel reservations using Turbo Sabre computerized reservations system. Covers operations, support, and queue management as well as Passenger Name Record (PNR) history procedures. Amtrak reservation procedures included. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL152 Turbo Sabre Domestic Reservations I LEC 3.0 3.0 Domestic travel reservation procedures using the Turbo Sabre computerized reservations system. Covers the reservation process, fares, and pricing as well as car and hotel reservations. Also includes special services and reservation recap. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL153 Turbo Sabre Domestic Reservations II LEC 3.0 3.0 Advanced domestic travel reservation procedures using Turbo Sabre computerized reservations system. Includes documentation requirements as well as ticketing and distribution requirements. Covers the DocuTrak system, e-Ticket procedures, multiple reservations, air modifications, and exchanges. Prerequisites: TVL152. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 14
  • 15. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS TVL154 Turbo Sabre Domestic Travel Lab Lab: 3.0 9.0 Practical application of travel industry domestic reservation procedures. Use of Turbo Sabre computerized reservations system emphasized. Includes airline, car, hotel, and rail reservations, modifications, and cancellations. Special requests, ticketing, and delivery as well as multiple Passenger Name Records (PNRs) and group reservations also covered. Prerequisites: TVL150, TVL151, and TVL153. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL160 Travel Industry Customer Service LEC 2.0 2.0 Travel industry customer service techniques. Covers customer expectations, need determination, and communication. Self-booking tools and role of travel counselor also included. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL161 Travel Industry Reservations I LEC 3.0 3.0 Travel industry reservations procedures. Includes use of travel industry computer reservations systems as well as travel industry resources. Also covers basic communication skills, call handling and routing, and Traveler Information Files (TIF). Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL162 Travel Industry Reservations II LEC 3.0 3.0 Advanced travel industry reservation procedures. Computerized reservations systems usage emphasized. Includes travel order history, client defined data, and deferred tasks. Also covers cancellations and refunds. Prerequisites: TVL161. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 15
  • 16. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS TVL163 Ground Reservations LEC 2.0 2.0 Procedures for completing ground reservations. Includes special programs, preferred properties, and Amtrak procedures. Also covers manual car and hotel reservations. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL164 Airline Reservations LEC 3.0 3.0 Overview of airline reservation procedures. Covers classes of travel, fares, and tariffs as well as special request procedures. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ TVL165 Travel Industry Reservations Lab LAB 3.0 9.0 Practical application of travel industry reservation procedures. Emphasis on computerized reservations systems usage. Includes airline, car, hotel, and Amtrak reservations, modifications, and cancellations. Fare calculation, rules, and documentation covered. Prerequisites or Corequisites: TVL162, TVL163, and TVL164. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ WWM271 Industrial Wastewater Treatment for Biotechnology L+L: 4.0 6.0 Principles of wastewater treatment for biotechnology. Overview of industrial facilities inspections and pollution prevention strategies. Sampling techniques of industrial wastewaters. Quality assurance, quality control (QA/QC), and data processing techniques included. Safety procedures stressed. Prerequisites: Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Water Technologies degree or completion of Associate in Applied Science in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration/Facilities degree. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2007 Spring ________________________________________________________________________________ 16
  • 17. ATTACHMENT: EXP EXPERIMENTAL COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PED199SC Methods of Teaching Pilates LEC 2.0 2.0 Studies assessment techniques, establishing course goals, and organizing the classroom. Reviews Pilates instruction techniques and how these differ from other movement-based activities; application of anatomical knowledge and practice teaching experiences. Prerequisites: None. PED101PS, PED102PS, PED201PS, or PED202PS recommended but not required. Type: A College: SCC Effective: 2007 Fall ________________________________________________________________________________ 17
  • 18. ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:NOP Program Title:Environmental Science Technology Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.0 Total Credits:24 Major Code:5553 CIPS Code: 03.01.04 Faculty Initiator:Clyde Perry Instructional Council:Applied Technology (57) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) is offered to students as a post-associate of applied sciences degree in GateWay’s water treatment and facilities programs and/or to graduates of similar programs. The certificate of completion will prepare students to set-up, operate, and maintain water and heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and refrigeration systems in the highly technical environment of water treatment plants and HVAC and refrigeration facilities. Program content will focus on water treatment technologies and/or facilities systems technologies. The bio-science research industry produces by-products as a result of its research. Technicians who maintain the facilities, air side, portable water and waste water, must be aware of the environment and how to control pressurized cabinets and outflow of waste products. Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Formal application and admission to the program is required. Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 70-78 Students must complete one of the following programs prior to enrolling in any of the courses listed under Required Courses area. Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Water Technologies degree (3830) OR Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration/Facilities (3587) degree OR Permission of department. Required Courses: Credit: 24 BIO181 General Biology (Majors) I 4 + BIO205 Microbiology 4 + CHM151 General Chemistry I 3 + CHM151LL General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 + FAC250 Maintaining Biological Laboratories 3 OSH106 Industrial Safety 2 + WWM271 Industrial Wastewater Treatment for Biotechnology 4 + OSH275 Control of Transmissible Pathogens 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 18
  • 19. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Computer Graphic Design Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College-Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64-65 Major Code:3567 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Graphic Design Proposed CIPS Code: 50.04.09 Proposed Total Program Credits: 65-67 Description: The Graphic Design in Associate in Applied Science (AAS) program offers the foundation study in design, color, typography, electronic color, technology, and software applications. Students enhance traditional methods and visual problem solving with digital imaging, 3D computer modeling, animation, web art and electronic media production. Restricted electives expand student abilities in drawing, life drawing, photography, multimedia and art history. Students develop self promotion skills and prepare a portfolio for entry level employment and/or for transfer to a four year college or university. Program graduates seek and find employment in the advertising, printing, web and multimedia industries. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the "Required Courses" area. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Credits Required Courses: Credits: 25-29 37 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the "Required Courses" area. ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 ART112 Two-Dimensional Design 3 + ART164 Introduction to Drawing and Digital Paint 3 + ART169 Two-Dimensional Computer Design 3 + ART174 Electronic Color Principles 1 + ART180AB Designer's Tools: Page Maker (1) AND/OR + ART180AC Designer's Tools: Quark Express (1) AND/OR 1 + ART180AS Designer's Tools: Adobe InDesign 1 + ART180AD Designer's Tools: Adobe Illustrator (1) AND/OR 1 + ART180AE Designer's Tools: Adobe Photoshop (1) 1-4 + ART181 Graphic Design I 3 + ART182 Graphic Design II 3 + ART184 Computer Animation 3 + ART190 Art of Web Site Design 3 ART255AA Self Promotion (1) AND/OR + ART255AB The Portfolio (1) 1-2 19
  • 20. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Computer Graphic Design Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College-Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64-65 Major Code:3567 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) (AAS in Computer Graphic Design continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Graphic Design Proposed CIPS Code: 50.04.09 Proposed Total Program Credits: 65-67 Credits + ART285 Multipresentation Graphics 3 + ART291 Digital Prepress 3 + ART297AC Computer Graphic Design Internship 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 7-11 3 ARH101 Prehistoric Through Gothic Art 3 ARH102 Renaissance through Contemporary Art 3 ART111 Drawing I 3 ARH110 History of Graphic Design 3 + ART113 Color 3 ART116 Life Drawing I 3 ART131 Photography I 3 ART142 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 + ART180AK Designer's Tools: Adobe Premiere 1 + ART180AM Designer's Tools: Macromedia Dreamweaver 1 + ART180AN Designer's Tools: Macromedia Flash 1 + ART180AP Designer's Tools: Photoshop for Multimedia 1 + ART180AR Designer's Tools: Final Cut Pro 1 + ART180AT Designer's Tools: Adobe After Effects 1 + ART180AU Designer's Tools: Adobe GoLive 1 + ART184 Computer Animation 3 + ART185 3-D Modeling for Animation 3 ART/MMT187 Perspective Drawing for Animation 3 + ART/MMT188 Action Analysis For Figure Drawing 3 + ART/MMT191 Storyboarding and Layout 2 + ART192 Advanced Web Presentation Design 3 + ART240 Cinematography and Directing for 3D Animation 3 + ART281 Graphic Design III 3 + ART295KA Art Workshop/Seminar: Graphics/Animation 1 + ART297++ Computer Graphic Design Internship (1-3) 1-3 ART298++ Special Projects (1-3) (any suffixed course) 1-3 Free Electives: None General Education: Credits: 25 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15 15-17 20
  • 21. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Computer Graphic Design Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College-Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64-65 Major Code:3567 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) (AAS in Computer Graphic Design continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Graphic Design Proposed CIPS Code: 50.04.09 Proposed Total Program Credits: 65-67 Credits First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 + ENG111 Technical Writing (3) OR + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 Oral Communication COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR + COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) 3 Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR + MAT105 The Mathematics of Design (3) (Strongly recommended) OR MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by assessment OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level math course 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities & and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts Area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences Area COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR COM230 Small Group Communication (Recommended) (3) 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences Area 4 21
  • 22. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Fire Science Technology Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:65-75 Major Code:3846 CIPS Code:43.02.03 Faculty Initiator:Doug DeSanti Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Major Code: 3089 Proposed Program Availability: (GCC), CGCC Description: The Fire Science Technology program is designed for students who desire advanced training as professional firefighters, basic preparation courses for a career in fire science, or a better understanding of fire hazards and problems in the field. Completion of the two-year program will qualify students for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Fire Science Technology. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Fire Science is also offered. A Certificate of Completion in Fire Academy is also a feature of the curriculum. Formal application and admission to the program is required. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: Formal application and admission to the program is required. Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 8 + EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 Required Courses: Credits: 31-39 + FSC102 Fire Department Operations (11) OR FSC113 Introduction to Fire Suppression (3) 3-11 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC117 Fire Apparatus 3 FSC118 Fire Hydraulics 3 FSC119 Introduction Fire Science Ethics 3 FSC130 Fitness for Firefighters/CPAT 1 FSC134 Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters 3 FSC202 Supervisory Training for Firefighters 3 + FSC204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 + FSC208 Firefighter Safety and Building Construction 3 22
  • 23. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Fire Science Technology Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:65-75 Major Code:3846 CIPS Code:43.02.03 Faculty Initiator:Doug DeSanti Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) (AAS in Fire Science Technology continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Major Code: 3089 Proposed Program Availability: (GCC), CGCC Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 ACC211 Financial Accounting 3 + ACC212 Managerial Accounting 3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + EMT/FSC238 Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization 2 FSC101 Intro to Fire Service Selection 3 FSC106 Introduction to Fire Protection 3 FSC110 Wildland Firefighter 3 FSC131 Introduction to Urban Technical Rescue 3 + FSC205 Command Strategies for Major Emergencies 3 FSC209 Fire Investigation 3 + FSC211 Fundamentals of Flammable Hazardous Materials 3 + FSC212 Dangerous and Explosive Hazardous Materials 3 FSC213 Hazard Categorization (HAZ CAT) 1 + FSC298++ Special Projects (any module suffixed course) 1-3 Free Electives: None General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) OR + ENG111 Technical Writing (3) 6 ENG102 or ENG108 is acceptable with permission of department if ENG111 is not available. Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR + COM225 Public Speaking (3) OR + COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) 3 23
  • 24. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Fire Science Technology Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:65-75 Major Code:3846 CIPS Code:43.02.03 Faculty Initiator:Doug DeSanti Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) (AAS in Fire Science Technology continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Major Code: 3089 Proposed Program Availability: (GCC), CGCC Credits Mathematics + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences AJS/EMT/FSC258 Victimology and Crisis Management (3) OR POS130 State and Local Government (3) OR POS221 Arizona Constitution (1) AND POS222 U.S. Constitution (2) 3 Natural Sciences BIO100 Biology Concepts (4) OR BIO102 General Biology (Non-Majors): Additional Topics (4) OR CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR + PHY101 Introduction to Physics (4) 4 24
  • 25. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Fire Science Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:46-54 Major Code:5062 CIPS Code:43.02.03 Faculty Initiator:Doug DeSanti Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Major Code: 5578 Proposed Program Availability: (GCC), CGCC Description: The Fire Science Certificate of Completion (CCL) program is designed for students who desire advanced training as professional firefighters, basic preparation courses for a career in fire science, or a better understanding of fire hazards and problems in the field. However, because of accident liability, hands on experiences are limited to in-service personnel. Required and Elective courses for this certificate are the same as those for the Associate in Applied Science degree in Fire Science. Students who complete this certificate may later qualify for the AAS degree by also completing the general education requirements for that degree. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 8 + EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 Required Courses: Credits: 37-45 + FSC102 Fire Department Operations (11) OR FSC113 Introduction to Fire Suppression (3) 3-11 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC106 Introduction to Fire Protection 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC117 Fire Apparatus 3 FSC118 Fire Hydraulics 3 FSC119 Introduction Fire Science Ethics 3 FSC130 Fitness for Firefighters/CPAT 1 FSC131 Introduction to Urban Technical Rescue 3 FSC134 Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters 3 FSC202 Supervisory Training for Firefighters 3 + FSC204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 + FSC208 Firefighter Safety and Building Construction 3 25
  • 26. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Fire Science Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:46-54 Major Code:5062 CIPS Code:43.02.03 Faculty Initiator:Doug DeSanti Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) (CCL in Fire Science continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Major Code: 5578 Proposed Program Availability: (GCC), CGCC Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 ACC211 Financial Accounting 3 + ACC212 Managerial Accounting 3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 FSC101 Intro to Fire Service Selection 3 + EMT/FSC238 Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization 2 + FSC205 Command Strategies for Major Emergencies 3 FSC209 Fire Investigation 3 + FSC211 Fundamentals of Flammable Hazardous Materials 3 + FSC212 Dangerous and Explosive Hazardous Materials 3 FSC213 Hazard Categorization (HAZ CAT) 1 + FSC298++ Special Projects (Note: any module suffixed course) 1-3 Free Electives: None 26
  • 27. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Description: The multimedia curriculum responds to the needs of students who seek to combine technical and conceptual problem solving techniques in graphic art, animation, film, video and Web design needed for multimedia production. The curriculum opens exciting learning opportunities in digital design, photo imaging, computing, Internet and the Web, 3D geometric modeling, animation, traditional video, digital video and film. Multimedia graduates work on music videos, interactive games, television commercials, editorial video production, 3D computer graphics, advertising graphics, animations, architectural model simulation, film and motion picture special and digital effects and web-site graphics. The first year interdisciplinary curriculum requires completion of core courses. Upon completion students choose one of the following specialty tracks: Computer Imaging and Animation, Digital Animation, Multimedia Imaging or the Web Publishing Design. The Multimedia Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree offers four Multimedia Tracks: Design and Interactive Imaging, Digital Animation, Web Publishing Design, Media Imaging. Students learn digital and traditional methods of design, concept development and production to prepare for careers in animation, digital imaging, games, web design, advertising and video technology, TV and film. Graduates find employment as animation special effects artists, 3D animation artists; web page and graphic designers; digital imaging artists, digital editing and sound specialists; digital video and digital paint production artists; and media art specialists. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the "Required Courses" area. It is strongly recommended students complete the General Education Requirements before entering a program focus track. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Credits Required Courses: Credits: 33-36 32-36 Students are required to complete fifteen (15) credits in Required Courses and three (3) - five (5) credits from Restricted Electives in the Core Program. Students must complete the fourteen (14) credit program Core before entering one of the program focus tracks. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the "Required Courses" area. 27
  • 28. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) (AAS in Multimedia continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Credits Core Program ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 + ART174 Electronic Color Principles 31 + ART180AD Designer's Tools: Adobe Illustrator 1 + ART180AE Designer's Tools: Adobe Photoshop 1 + ART180AK Designer's Tools: Adobe Premiere (1) OR 1 + ART180AR Designer's Tools: Final Cut Pro (1) OR + ART180AT Designer's Tools: Adobe After Effects (1) 1 + ART/MMT184 Computer Animation 3 VPT104 Scriptwriting 3 VPT108 Video Production 3 The last effective term for BPC/CIS120DA was 2001 Fall. BPC/CIS120DA Micro Graphics: IBM Powerpoint 1 Students must complete ONE of the following tracks. Students must complete the program Core before entering the course tracks. It is strongly recommended that students also complete the General Education Requirements prior to beginning this program. Digital Animation Track: Credits 18-20 22 ART116 Life Drawing I 3 + ART117 Life Drawing II 3 + ART180AM Designer's Tools: Macromedia Dreamweaver 1 + ART180AN Designer's Tools: Macromedia Flash 1 + ART164 Introduction to Drawing and Digital Paint 3 + ART/MMT185 3-D Modeling for Animation 3 ART/MMT187 Perspective Drawing for Animation 3 + ART/MMT188 Action Analysis for Figure Drawing 3 + ART240 Cinematography and Directing for 3D Animation 3 + ART/MMT284 Intermediate Animation 3 + ART295KA++ Art Workshop/Seminar: Graphics/Animation (1-3) OR + ART297AA++ Computer Graphic Design Internship (1-3) 1-3 28
  • 29. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) (AAS in Multimedia continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Credits Computer Imaging and Animation Design and Interactive Imaging Track: Credits: 19-21 18-20 ART116 Life Drawing I (3) OR + ART/MMT188 Action Analysis for Figure Drawing (3) 3 ART131 Photography I 3 + ART177 Computer-Photographic Imaging 3 ART112 Two-Dimensional Design 3 + ART142 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 + ART180AT Designer’s Tools: Adobe After Effects 1 + ART/MMT185 3-D Modeling for Animation 3 + ART270 Intermediate Computer Photographic Imaging 3 + ART240 Cinematography and Directing for 3D Animation (3) OR + ART/MMT284 Intermediate Animation (3) 3 + ART298++ Special Projects (any suffixed course) Computer Graphic Design Internship (1-3) OR 1-3 VPT290 Production for the Web & CD/DVD Mastering 3 + ART180AP Designer's Tools: Photoshop for Multimedia 1-3 Web Publishing Design Track: Credits: 19-21 20 ART112 Two-dimensional Design 3 + ART180AM Designer's Tools: Macromedia Dreamweaver 1 + ART180AN Designer's Tools: Macromedia Flash 1 + ART180AU Designer's Tools: Adobe GoLive 1 + ART180AC Designer's Tools: Quark Express (1) OR + ART180AS Designer's Tools: Adobe InDesign (1) 1 + ART181 Graphic Design I 3 + ART182 Graphic Design II 3 + ART/MMT190 The Art of Web Site Design 3 + ART192 Advanced Web Presentation Design 3 + ART180AP Designer's Tools: Photoshop for Multimedia (1) OR 1 + ART297AA++ Computer Graphic Design Internship (1-3) 1 + ART/MMT284 Intermediate Animation (3) 1-3 CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I 3 29
  • 30. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) (AAS in Multimedia continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Credits Media Imaging Track: Credits: 20 19 + ART180AM Designer's Tools: Macromedia Dreamweaver 1 + ART180AN Designer's Tools: Macromedia Flash 1 + ART180AP Designer's Tools: Photoshop for Multimedia 1 + ART180AT Designer’s Tools: Adobe After Effects 1 + ART/MMT284 Intermediate Animation 3 VPT106 Graphic & Digital Effects for Video & Media 3 + VPT115AA Introduction to Non Linear Editing I 1 + VPT115AB Introduction to Non Linear Editing II 1 + VPT115AC Introduction to Non Linear Editing III 1 VPT204 Advanced Video Production 3 VPT216 Multimedia Project Management 3 VPT290 Production for the Web & CD/DVD Mastering 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 4-5 3-4 Students should select from the following courses in consultation with a department advisor: ART169 Two-Dimensional Computer Design 3 ART/MMT187 Perspective Drawing for Animation 3 + ART/MMT188 Action Analysis for Figure Drawing 3 + ART/MMT191 Storyboarding and Layout 2 + ART180AK Designer's Tools: Adobe Premiere 1 + ART180AR Designer's Tools: Final Cut Pro 1 + ART180AT Designer's Tools: Adobe After Effects 1 + ART180AS Designer's Tools: Adobe InDesign 1 + ART180AU Designer's Tools: Adobe GoLive 1 ART255AA Self Promotion 1 + ART255AB The Portfolio 1 + ART285 Multipresentation Graphics 3 + ART295AA Art Workshop/Seminar: Drawing (1) AND/OR + ART295AB Art Workshop/Seminar: Drawing (2) AND/OR + ART295AC Art Workshop/Seminar: Drawing (3) 1-3 30
  • 31. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) (AAS in Multimedia continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Credits + ART185 3D-Modeling for Animation 3 + ART295KA Art Workshop/Seminar: Graphics/Animation 1 + ART298++ Special Projects (any suffixed course) 1-3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + CIS140 Survey of Multimedia Technology 2 MGT253 Owing and Operating a Small Business 3 MTC191 Electronic Music I 3 VPT114 Audio for Video and Media 3 + VPT216 Multimedia Project Management 3 VPT290 Production for the Web & CD/DVD Mastering 3 Free Electives: None General Education: Credits: 25 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15 15-17 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG102 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 Oral Communication COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) 3 Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR MAT105 The Mathematics of Design (strongly recommended) (3) OR MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR MAT122 Intermediate Algebra Accelerated (3) OR Equivalent by assessment OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level math course 3-5 31
  • 32. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Multimedia Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 63-66 Major Code:3571 CIPS Code: 50.04.02 Faculty Initiator: Mirta Hamilton Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Art (17) (AAS in Multimedia continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-67 Credits DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities & and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts Area The following courses are recommended: ARH102 Renaissance through Contemporary Art (3) OR ENG260 Film Analysis (3) OR HUM108 Contemporary Humanities (3) OR THE210 Contemporary Cinema (3) OR THE260 Film Analysis (3) 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences Area 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences Area 4 32
  • 33. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code:3059 CIPS Code:31.0505 Faculty Initiator:Laura Avila Instructional Council:Family and Consumer Sciences (34), Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 66-69 Description: The Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Associate in Applied Science (AAS) prepares students with the knowledge and experience required to be eligible for the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Health and Fitness Instructor Certification, ACSM personal trainer certification, the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) personal trainer certification, and the American Council on Exercise (ACE) personal trainer certification. This degree will provide students with a stronger educational background making them more marketable in the field of fitness and nutrition. This degree will also meet the needs of individuals with existing degrees in such fields as Exercise Physiology, Nutrition, Athletic Training and other health related disciplines. Registered dietitians, clinical exercise physiologists, personal trainers, exercise specialists, strength and conditioning specialists, coaches, athletes and others interested in acquiring knowledge in exercise, nutrition and health are also eligible for this program. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Credits Required Courses: 47-48 41-42 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 + FON100AD Nutrition Sports and Physical Activity 1 + FON137 Nutrition Supplements 2 + FON210 Sports Nutrition and Supplements for Physical Activities 3 + FON230 Nutrition for Special Populations 3 + FON247 Weight Management Theory 3 MGT253 Owning and Operating a Small Business 3 HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (3) OR BLS Health Care Provider and 1st Aid Certification 3 HES271 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries 3 PED112 Professional Applications of Fitness Principles 3 PED125 Exercise Science 3 33
  • 34. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code:3059 CIPS Code:31.0505 Faculty Initiator:Laura Avila Instructional Council:Family and Consumer Sciences (34), Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) (AAS in Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 66-69 Credits + PED139++ Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (3) (any module) OR + PED139AA Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (1) AND + PED139AB Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (2) OR + PED285 Exercise Program Design and Instruction (3) 3 PED145 Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription 3 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 + PSY215 Introduction to Sport Psychology 3 AND Choose one of the following series for 5-6 credits: Series 1: Credits: 6 PED212SC Instructional Competency Lab: Muscular Strength and Conditioning 2 PED212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercises and Activities 2 PED212FL Instructional Competency Laboratory: Flexibility and Mind-Body Exercises 2 OR Series 2: Credits: 5 PED130 Strength Fitness-Physiological Principles and Training Techniques 3 PED132 Cardiovascular Fitness: Physiological Principles and Training Techniques (2) OR 2 PED212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercises and Activities (2) 2 OR Series 3: Credits: 5 + PED275 Methods of Enhancing Physical Performance 3 PED132 Cardiovascular Fitness: Physiological Principles and Training Techniques (2) OR 2 PED212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercises and Activities (2) 2 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 34
  • 35. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by: CGCC, EMCC, (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code:3059 CIPS Code:31.0505 Faculty Initiator:Laura Avila Instructional Council:Family and Consumer Sciences (34), Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) (AAS in Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 66-69 Credits General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15-17 First Year Composition ENG101 First Year Composition (3) AND ENG102 First Year Composition (3) OR ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 6 Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR 3 COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) Critical Reading CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I 3 Mathematics MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences CFS205 Human Development (3) OR HES100 Healthful Living (3) 3 Natural Science BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 35
  • 36. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Personal Trainer Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GCC Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability:Shared by: (GCC), MCC Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:13 Major Code: 5421 CIPS Code: 31.05.05 Faculty Initiator:Lisa Lewis Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Exercise Science, Health & PE, Recreation & Wellness (32) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This The Personal Trainer Certificate of Completion (CCL) program is designed to develop skills in Personal Training and related technical skills necessary to provide and implement individual fitness programs and group exercise classes which are safe, motivational, and effective. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Credits Required Courses: Credits: 13 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the "Required Courses" area. PED112 Professional Applications of Fitness Principles 3 PED125 Exercise Science 3 PED130 Strength Fitness-Physiological Principles and Training Techniques 3 PED140 Principles of Safe Exercise 1 + PED147 Weight Management for Fitness Professionals 1 WED100 Personal Wellness 2 FON105 Nutrition Principles for Personal Trainers 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 36
  • 37. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Clinical Research Coordinating Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 63-70.5 Major Code:3071 CIPS Code: 51.09.99 Faculty Initiator: Linda Mottle Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Allied Health (51) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-68 Description: The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Clinical Research Coordinating (CRC) is a two-year, full-time program with varied clinical internship experiences recommended for those students without a previous degree or for those seeking a Bachelor’s degree offered through state colleges or universities. The curriculum specializes in mostly didactic the first year and some clinical internships plus specialized didactic CRC coursework and more advanced internships the second year. The certificate of completion program may be completed before completing the AAS degree track. The AAS degree focus is on the achievement of behavioral competencies and technical skills, including internships at local health care institutions’ research departments and at specialized research facilities. The program prepares students to achieve knowledge, skill, and competencies for; clinical research operations, project management, medico-legal principles, research ethics, clinical trial study design and study data management, research site preparations, subject screening, enrollment, recruitment, follow up visits, maintenance and dispensing of investigational product supplies, completion of case report forms and regulatory documents, and adherence to Good Clinical Practice Guidelines. The program prepares students to obtain various specialized clinical research team positions, including; Institutional Review Board Coordinator, Clinical Research Coordinator, Research Site Manager, Study Monitor, or Regulatory Affairs specialist. The AAS and certificate programs adhere to the educational standards established by the leading clinical research national associations. Students are eligible to take a national certification exam offered by The Society for Clinical Research Professionals after at least one year of direct clinical research coordinating (CRC) experience and completion of the certificate of completion program, or two years CRC work experience for the Association of Clinical Research Professionals. Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) are specialists who manage, and implement human subject clinical trials in a diversity of health care settings, including; hospitals, physician offices, specialty disease clinics, contract research organizations, and various research companies. Clinical Research is performed in numerous health care specialties and diseases to help develop new treatments, drugs, medical devices, therapies, vaccines, biologics, and healthcare services that advance medical and health care for the world. CRCs required knowledge and skill sets ranging from; understanding the healthcare system and basic financing, anatomy and physiology, basic patient assessment skills, math, critical reading and writing, computer applications, clinical research operations, project management, medico-legal principles, research ethics, clinical trial study design and study data management, business applications within the healthcare arena, to quality assurance practices for accuracy and efficiency process development at research sites. The AAS focus is on the achievement of behavioral competencies and technical skills for CRCs including; research site preparations, subject screening, enrollment, recruitment, follow up visits, maintenance and dispensing of investigational product supplies, completion of case report forms and regulatory documents, and adherence to Good Clinical Practice Guidelines. CRCs work with physicians, sponsors, and many different professional team members in orchestrating the ethical, legal and social implications of clinical trials. CRCs can further specialize in regulatory affairs, data management, Institutional Review Board management, auditing and monitoring clinical trials at multiple research sites. 37
  • 38. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Clinical Research Coordinating Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 63-70.5 Major Code:3071 CIPS Code: 51.09.99 Faculty Initiator: Linda Mottle Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Allied Health (51) (AAS in Clinical Research Coordinating continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-68 The Associate of Applied Science in Clinical Research will prepare students to gain entrant level positions within the clinical research industry in Arizona and the US. After at least one year of direct CRC experience, CRCs are eligible to take a national certification exam offered by one leading Clinical Research Association, The Society for Clinical Research Professionals, or two years work experience for the Association of Clinical Research Professionals certification exam. Program Outline: Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) Admission Criteria: 1. Formal application and admission to the program is required. 2. Current Health Care Provider CPR card. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 36.5-43 32.5-39 Certificate of Completion in Clinical Research Coordinating (5161) 23-29.5 + CRC215 Clinical Research Update 0.5 + CRC230 Clinical Research Coorindating Coordinating Internship(1) 13 (CRC230 must be repeated three times) Students should select six (6) credits from the following courses: + CRC220 Basic Genetics and Clinical Research 3 + CRC240 Research Ethics 3 + CRC260 Clinical Evaluation of Medical Devices 3 + CRC270 Institutional Review Board in Clinical Research 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 9.5 10.5-11 BPC/CIS114AE Excel: Level 1 1 BPC/CIS+++++ Any One-credit BPC/CIS course except BPC/CIS114AE 1 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider 0.5 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 + HCC200 Basic Client Care for Allied Health 0.5 + HCC204 Clinical Pathophysiology 3 HSE110 Successful Grant Writing 0.5 38
  • 39. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Clinical Research Coordinating Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 63-70.5 Major Code:3071 CIPS Code: 51.09.99 Faculty Initiator: Linda Mottle Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Allied Health (51) (AAS in Clinical Research Coordinating continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 60-68 Credits MGT175 Business Organization and Management (3) OR 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision (3) OR TQM101 Quality Customer Service (3) OR HSM222 Health Services Management (3) 3 + NCE173 LPN-Venipuncture (1) OR 1 + HCC218 Venous Access for Diagnostic Agents (0.5) 0.5-1 General Education Requirements: Credits: 17-18 CORE: Credits: 12 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG111 Technical Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication COM110 Interpersonal Communication 3 Critical Reading + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 Mathematics Met by MAT102 in Prerequisites area in CCL Clinical Research Coordinating (5161) 0 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 5-6 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 2-3 Social and Behavioral Sciences PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 Natural Sciences Met by BIO160 in Prerequisites area in CCL Clinical Research Coordinating (5161) 0 39
  • 40. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Technologies Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code:3830 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 75-78 Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Water Technologies degree includes theoretical and practical hands-on training in water and industrial wastewater treatment. The emphasis is on federal, state, county, and state regulations affecting water/wastewater treatment. The students would be involved in the operation, calibration, and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment equipment. Program Outline: Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) Admission Criteria: High School diploma OR equivalent. Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3 + MAT092 Introductory Algebra (3) OR Equivalent OR Satisfactory score on District placement exam 3 Required Courses: Credits: 47-48 Students must select three (3) credits from the following courses. BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR BPC114AE Excel: Level I (1) OR BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level I (1) OR BPC118AB PowerPoint: Level I (1) OR + BPC130DK Beginning Word (1) OR CISBPC133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 3 OSH106 Industrial Safety 2 + WRT100 Introduction to Hydrology (3) OR + WRT101 Introduction to Hydrology Field Experiences (4) 3-4 + WRT210 Membrane Technologies 3 + WRT218 Troubleshooting Membrane Technologies 1 + WRT230 Ion Exchange Technologies 3 + WRT238 Troubleshooting Ion Exchange Technologies 1 + WRT240 Water Quality 3 + WRT248 Water Quality Field Techniques 1 + WRT270AA Water Resources Internship 1 + WRT270AB Water Resources Internship 2 + WRT270AC Water Resources Internship 3 + WRT290 Treatment Operations 3 WWM110 Principles of Water Treatment Plant Operations 3 WWM120 Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants 3 WWM130 Wastewater Collection System Operation and Maintenance 3 WWM134 Water Distribution Systems Operation and Maintenance 3 + WWM204 Water/Wastewater Maintenance/Mechanical Systems 3 WWM205 Power and Instrumentation 3 40
  • 41. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Technologies Award Type:AAS Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code:3830 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) (AAS in Water Technologies continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 75-78 Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 3 WWM124 Sludge and Solids Handling (3) OR WWM114 Mineral Control (3) 3 General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG111 Technical Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR + COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 Mathematics + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Sciences + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Laboratory (1) 4 41
  • 42. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Distribution and Collection Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5140 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Description: This The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Water Distribution and Collection is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of working in water distribution and collection. Courses will prepare students by developing skills for determining water distribution and wastewater collection needs as well as systems design. This program will also present procedures for maintenance, inspection and control for distribution and collection. Program Outline: Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++indicates any module.) Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 9 WWM130 Wastewater Collection Systems Operation and Maintenance 3 + WWM132 Wastewater Collection Systems Administration 3 WWM134 Water Distribution System Operation and Maintenance 3 + WWM204 Water/Wastewater Maintenance/Mechanical Systems 3 Restricted Electives: 6 6-7 BPC/CIS+++++ Any BPC/CIS Course 0.5-3 Students should select three (3) credits from the follow BPC/CIS prefix courses: BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR A combination of three (3) credits from the following courses: BPC114AE Excel: Level I (1) BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access: Level I (1) BPC118AB PowerPoint: Level I (1) + BPC130DK Beginning Word (1) BPC133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) 3 42
  • 43. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Distribution and Collection Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5140 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) (CCL in Water Distribution and Collection continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Credits Students should select three or four (3 or 4) credits from the following courses: BIO100 Biology Concepts 4 BIO181 General Biology (Majors) I 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) 4 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + ENG102 First-Year Composition 3 + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra 5 + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra 4 + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR higher level mathematics course 3 Free Electives: None 43
  • 44. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Treatment Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5142 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Description: This The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Water Treatment is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of working in the Water Treatment field. Courses will prepare students by developing skills in the operation and maintenance of a water treatment plant. This program will also examine effective preparation, analyzation analysis and interpretation of water samples, along with the public control components of the societal water cycle. Program Outline: Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++indicates any module.) Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 9 WWM110 Principles of Water Treatment Plant Operations 3 WWM114 Mineral Control 3 + WWM116 Water Treatment Plant Administration 3 + WWM204 Water/Wastewater Maintenance/Mechanical Systems 3 Restricted Electives: 6 6-7 BPC/CIS+++++ Any BPC/CIS Course 0.5-3 Students should select three (3) credits from the follow BPC/CIS prefix courses: BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR A combination of three (3) credits from the following courses: BPC114AE Excel: Level I (1) BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access: Level I (1) BPC118AB PowerPoint: Level I (1) + BPC130DK Beginning Word (1) BPC133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) 3 44
  • 45. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Water Treatment Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5142 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) (CCL in Water Treatment continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Credits Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Students should select three or four (3 or 4) credits from the following courses: BIO100 Biology Concepts 4 BIO181 General Biology (Majors) I 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) 4 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + ENG102 First-Year Composition 3 + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra 5 + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra 4 + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR higher level mathematics course 3 Free Electives: None 45
  • 46. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Wastewater Treatment Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5136 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Wastewater Treatment is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of working in a Wastewater Treatment Plant. Courses will prepare students by developing skills in the operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment plants. This program will also present procedures for effective preparation, analyzation and interpretation of water samples, and the treatment of wastewater for disease control. Program Outline: Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++indicates any module.) Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 9 WWM120 Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants 3 WWM124 Sludge and Solids Handling 3 + WWM126 Wastewater Plant Administration 3 + WWM204 Water/Wastewater Maintenance/Mechanical Systems 3 Restricted Electives: 6 6-7 BPC/CIS+++++ Any BPC/CIS Course 0.5-3 Students should select three (3) credits from the follow BPC/CIS prefix courses: BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) OR A combination of three (3) credits from the following courses: BPC114AE Excel: Level I (1) BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access: Level I (1) BPC118AB PowerPoint: Level I (1) + BPC130DK Beginning Word (1) BPC133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) 3 46
  • 47. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title:Wastewater Treatment Award Type:CCL Initiating College:GW Effective First Year/Term:20072 Program Availability: Shared by GWCC, RSC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:5136 CIPS Code: 15.05.06 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Young Instructional Council Receiving Proposal:Applied Technology (57) (CCL in Wastewater Treatment continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Total Program Credits: 15-16 Credits Students should select three or four (3 or 4) credits from the following courses: BIO100 Biology Concepts 4 BIO181 General Biology (Majors) I 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) 4 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + ENG102 First-Year Composition 3 + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra 5 + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra 4 + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR higher level mathematics course 3 Free Electives: None 47
  • 48. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Child Care Administration Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3356 CIPS Code: 19.07.08 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Education and Administration Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Child Care Early Childhood Education and Administration degree is designed to meet the needs of persons interested in pursuing careers in early childhood education or currently employed in preschools, child care centers, extended day programs, agencies, or other early-childhood care facilities. Students specializing in this area develop the abilities to administer all facets of an early childhood program, along with the knowledge of child development and early childhood education. Personal characteristics for this field are love of children, patience, creativity, and interest in techniques for enhancing interpersonal relationships with children and adults. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 30 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course in the Required Courses area. CFS116 Discipline and Guidance 3 CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 CFS/ECH176 Child Development 3 CFS178 Survey of Early Childhood Education 3 + CFS/ECH212 Creative Activities for the Young Child 3 + CFS242 Curriculum Planning for Diversity 3 + CFS263 Child and Family Studies Seminar 1 + CFS264++ Child and Family Studies Internship + CFS264AA Child and Family Studies Internship (1) OR + CFS264AB Child and Family Studies Internship (2) OR + CFS264AC Child and Family Studies Internship (3) Students must complete a total of three (3) credits of CFS264 courses. 3 + CFS283 Multicultural Early Child Education 1 + CFS285 Family-School Interaction 3 ECH287 Professional Development in Early Childhood Education 1 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 48
  • 49. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Child Care Administration Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3356 CIPS Code: 19.07.08 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (AAS in Child Care Administration continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Education and Administration Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 Students should select from the following courses in consultation with the program director. + CFS+++++ Any CFS Course(s) except CFS116, CFS157, CFS176, CFS178, CFS212, CFS242, CFS263, CFS264++, CFS283, and CFS285 1-9 + ECH+++++ Any ECH Course(s) except ECH287, ECH110, ECH111, ECH210, ECH211, ECH220, ECH221, ECH222, and ECH223. 1-9 FON100AE Child Nutrition 1 GBS151 Introduction to Business 3 MGT175 Business Organization and Management 3 MGT229 Management and Leadership I 3 MGT251 Human Relations in Business 3 MGT253 Owning and Operating A Small Business 3 MGT276 Personnel/Human Resources Management 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: Credits: 25 CORE: Credits: 15 First Year Composition: + Any approved General Education courses in the First Year Composition area 6 Oral Communication: Any approved General Education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 Critical Reading: + Any approved General Education course in the Critical Reading area. 3 Mathematics: + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Equivalent by assessment OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematical course 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts: EDU/ENH291 Children's Literature 3 49
  • 50. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Child Care Administration Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3356 CIPS Code: 19.07.08 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (AAS in Child Care Administration continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Education and Administration Credits Social and Behavioral Sciences: ASB102 Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology (3) OR PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) OR SOC101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Natural Sciences: Any approved General Education course in the Natural Sciences area. 4 50
  • 51. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Child Care Administration Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 33 Major Code: 5356 CIPS Code: 19.07.08 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Education and Administration Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Child Care Early Childhood Education and Administration certificate is designed to meet the needs of persons interested in pursuing careers in early childhood education or currently employed in preschools, child care centers, extended day programs, agencies, or other early-childhood care facilities. Students specializing in this area develop the abilities to administer all facets of an early childhood program, along with the knowledge of child development and early childhood education. Personal characteristics for this field are love of children, patience, creativity, and interest in techniques for enhancing interpersonal relationships with children and adults. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 30 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course in the Required Courses area. CFS116 Discipline and Guidance 3 CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 CFS/ECH176 Child Development 3 CFS178 Survey of Early Childhood Education 3 + CFS/ECH212 Creative Activities for the Young Child 3 + CFS242 Curriculum Planning for Diversity 3 + CFS263 Child and Family Studies Seminar 1 + CFS264++ Child and Family Studies Internship (any module) 1-3 + CFS264AA Child and Family Studies Internship (1) OR + CFS264AB Child and Family Studies Internship (2) OR + CFS264AC Child and Family Studies Internship (3) Students must complete a total of three (3) credits of CFS264 courses. 3 + CFS283 Multicultural Early Child Education 1 + CFS285 Family-School Interaction 3 ECH287 Professional Development in Early Childhood Education 1 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 51
  • 52. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Child Care Administration Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 33 Major Code: 5356 CIPS Code: 19.07.08 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (AAS in Child Care Administration continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Education and Administration Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 3 Students should select from the following courses in consultation with the program director. + CFS+++++ Any CFS Course(s) except CFS116, CFS157, CFS176, CFS178, CFS212, CFS242, CFS263, CFS264++, CFS283, and CFS285 1-3 + ECH+++++ Any ECH Course(s) except ECH287, ECH110, ECH111, ECH210, ECH211, ECH220, ECH221, ECH222, and ECH223. 1-3 FON100AE Child Nutrition 1 GBS151 Introduction to Business 3 MGT175 Business Organization and Management 3 MGT229 Management and Leadership I 3 MGT251 Human Relations in Business 3 MGT253 Owning and Operating A Small Business 3 MGT276 Personnel/Human Resources Management 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 52
  • 53. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Classroom Management for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 9 Major Code: 5019 CIPS Code: 20.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Classroom Management Proposed CIPS Code: 13.12.10 Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Early Childhood Classroom Management for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children focuses on key areas related to early childhood, which include: overall knowledge of child development and developmentally appropriate practice, guiding children’s behavior, and preparing the environment to meet children’s individual needs. This certificate is designed for understanding infants, toddlers, and preschool children and managing their early childhood classroom settings. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 9 CFS114 Working with the Hyperactive Child 1 CFS116 Discipline and Guidance 3 CFS/ECH176 Child Development 3 ECH270 Observing Young Children 1 ECH271 Arranging the Environment 1 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 53
  • 54. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Classroom Management for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 9 Major Code: 5019 CIPS Code: 20.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (CCL in Classroom Management for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Early Childhood Classroom Management Proposed CIPS Code: 13.12.10 Program Addition: CCL/5558: Curriculum for Young Children Total Credits: 6 Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 CIPS Code: 13.12.09 Program Availability: College Specific Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Curriculum for Young Children focuses on developmentally appropriate methods and uses of creative art media; science skills and experiences; rhythmic, music, and creative movement; language and literacy activities; math and logical thinking experiences; and multicultural/anti-bias activities. Program Outline Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has Prerequisites and/or Corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 3 CFS/ECH176 Child Development (3) OR Permission of Program Director 3 Required Courses: Credits: 6 CFS101AH Art Activities for the Young Child 1 CFS101AP Science Activities for the Young Child 1 + CFS283 Multicultural Early Childhood Education 1 ECH273 Math for the Young Child 1 ECH275 Literacy Development and the Young Child 1 ECH281 Movement/Music for the Young Child 1 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 54
  • 55. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Digital Photography Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 24 Major Code: 5198 CIPS Code: 50.04.06 Faculty Initiator: Dale Doubleday Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Digital Photography is a program in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences and to record events and people through digital photography. It includes instruction in specialized camera and equipment operation and maintenance, applications to commercial and industrial needs, and photography business operations. An Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates a course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 24 ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 ART131 Photography I 3 ART138 Commercial Photography I 3 + ART139 Commercial Photography II 3 + ART140 Portrait Photography 2 ART142 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 + ADA/ART169 Two-Dimensional Computer Design 3 + ADA/ART177 Computer-Photographic Imaging (3) OR + ADA/ART177AA Computer-Photographic Imaging Part I (1) AND + ADA/ART177AB Computer-Photographic Imaging Part II (2) 3 + ART234 Color Photography I 3 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 55
  • 56. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Digital Photography Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 24 Major Code: 5198 CIPS Code: 50.04.06 Faculty Initiator: Dale Doubleday Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) (CCL in Digital Photography continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Program Addition: AAS/3080: Digital Photography Total Credits: 64-67 Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 CIPS Code: 50.04.06 Program Availability: College Specific Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Digital Photography is designed to prepare students to use artistic techniques to communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences effectively, and to record events and people through digital photography. It includes instruction in specialized camera and equipment operation and maintenance, applications to commercial and industrial needs, and photography operations. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a “C” or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Credits Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 39-40 ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 ART131 Photography I 3 ART138 Commercial Photography I 3 + ART139 Commercial Photography II 3 + ART140 Portrait Photography 3 ART142 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 + ART143 Intermediate Digital Photography 3 + ADA/ART169 Two-Dimensional Computer Design 3 + ADA/ART177 Computer-Photographic Imaging (3) OR + ADA/ART177AA Computer-Photographic Imaging Part I (1) AND + ADA/ART177AB Computer-Photographic Imaging Part II (2) 3 + ART234 Color Photography I 3 ART255AA Self Promotion (1) AND + ART255AB The Portfolio (1) OR ART255 Art Marketing (3) 2-3 + ART270 Intermediate Computer Photographic Imaging 3 + ART297AC Computer Graphic Design Internship 3 + COM230 Small Group Communication 3 56
  • 57. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Digital Photography Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 24 Major Code: 5198 CIPS Code: 50.04.06 Faculty Initiator: Dale Doubleday Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Art (17) (CCL in Digital Photography continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Program Addition: AAS/3080: Digital Photography Total Credits: 64-67 Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 CIPS Code: 50.04.06 Program Availability: College Specific Credits Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE: Credits: 12-14 First Year Composition: + Any approved General Education courses in the First-Year Composition area. 6 Oral Communication: + Met by COM230, Small Group Communication, in the Required Courses area. 0 Critical Reading: + Any approved General Education course in the Critical Reading area. 3 Mathematics: + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level Mathematics course. 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13 Humanities and Fine Arts: ARH102 Renaissance Through Contemporary Art 3 ARH115 History of Photography 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences: Any approved General Education course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area. 3 Natural Sciences: Any approved General Education course in the Natural Sciences area. 4 57
  • 58. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Family Resources Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3770 CIPS Code: 19.07.07 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Family Development Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Family Resources Development degree prepares students to work with families, identify needs, and acquire resources that strengthen family functioning. The Family Resources Specialist assists the family to gain mastery and control over important aspects of family functioning which include skills in assessing and controlling needed resources, decision making, problem solving, communication, parenting, and child development education. This degree is designed to meet the needs of persons interested in careers working with families in programs, agencies, organizations, and resource centers that provide services to families. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 30 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course in the Required Courses area. CFS112 Personal Growth and Family Relations 3 CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 CFS159 The Modern Family 3 CFS177 Parent-Child Interaction (3) OR CFS177AA Parent-Child Interaction: Preschool Years (1) AND CFS177AB Parent-Child Interaction: Elementary Years (1) AND CFS177AC Parent-Child Interaction: Youth/Pre-Teen (1) 3 CFS205 Human Development 3 CFS256 Management in the Family 3 CFS257 Working with Families with Diverse Needs 3 + CFS263 Child and Family Studies Seminar 1 + CFS264AA Child and Family Studies Internship (1) OR + CFS264AB Child and Family Studies Internship (2) OR + CFS264AC Child and Family Studies Internship (3) any module(s) Students must complete a total of three (3) credits of CFS264 courses. 3 CFS290AA Child Abuse: Identification and Reporting in Child Care Settings 1 ECH288 Community Resources and Referral 1 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 58
  • 59. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Family Resources Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3770 CIPS Code: 19.07.07 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (AAS in Family Resources continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Family Development Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 Students should select from the following courses in consultation with the program coordinator. + CFS+++++ Any CFS Course(s) except CFS112, CFS157, CFS159, CFS177, CFS177AA, CFS177AB, CFS177AC, CFS205, CFS256, CFS257, CFS263, CFS264AA, CFS264AB. CFS264AC and CFS290AA 1-9 + ECH+++++ Any ECH Course(s) except ECH288, ECH110, ECH111, ECH210, ECH211, ECH220, ECH221, ECH222, and ECH223. 1-9 PSY123 Psychology of Parenting 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: Credits: 25 CORE: Credits: 15 First Year Composition: + Any approved General Education courses in the First Year Composition area 6 Oral Communication: Any approved General Education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 Critical Reading: + Any approved General Education course in the Critical Reading area. 3 Mathematics: + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR equivalent by assessment OR satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematical course 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts: EDU/ENH291 Children's Literature 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences: PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) OR SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) 3 Natural Sciences: Any approved General Education course in the Natural Sciences area. 4 59
  • 60. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Family Resources Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 33 Major Code: 5787 CIPS Code: 19.07.07 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Family Development Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Family Resources Development certificate prepares students to work with families, identify needs, and acquire resources that strengthen family functioning. The Family Resources Specialist assists the family to gain mastery and control over important aspects of family functioning which include skills in assessing and controlling needed resources, decision making, problem solving, communication, parenting, and child development education. This certificate is designed to meet the needs of persons interested in careers working with families in programs, agencies, organizations, and resource centers that provide services to families. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 30 Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course in the Required Courses area. CFS112 Personal Growth and Family Relations 3 CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 CFS159 The Modern Family 3 CFS177 Parent-Child Interaction (3) OR CFS177AA Parent-Child Interaction: Preschool Years (1) AND CFS177AB Parent-Child Interaction: Elementary Years (1) AND CFS177AC Parent-Child Interaction: Youth/Pre-Teen (1) 3 CFS205 Human Development 3 CFS256 Management in the Family 3 CFS257 Working with Families with Diverse Needs 3 + CFS263 Child and Family Studies Seminar 1 + CFS264AA Child and Family Studies Internship (1) OR + CFS264AB Child and Family Studies Internship (2) OR + CFS264AC Child and Family Studies Internship (3)any module(s) Students must complete a total of three (3) credits of CFS264 courses. 3 CFS290AA Child Abuse: Identification and Reporting in Child Care Settings 1 ECH288 Community Resources and Referral 1 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 60
  • 61. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Family Resources Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 33 Major Code: 5787 CIPS Code: 19.07.07 Faculty Initiator: Alverta McKenzie Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) (CCL in Family Resources continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Family Development Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 3 Students should select from the following courses in consultation with the program coordinator. + CFS+++++ Any CFS Course(s) except CFS112, CFS157, CFS159, CFS177, CFS177AA, CFS177AB, CFS177AC, CFS205, CFS256, CFS257, CFS263, CFS264++, and CFS290AA 1-3 + ECH+++++ Any ECH Course(s) except ECH288, ECH110, ECH111, ECH210, ECH211, ECH220, ECH221, ECH222, and ECH223. 1-3 PSY123 Psychology of Parenting 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 61
  • 62. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20072 Program Availability: Shared (PC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 37 Major Code: 5514 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Dennis Dodt/Gene McDaniel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Fire Science provides practical firefighting, hazardous materials, related operations and fire service management emphasis in this program with history and theory used where necessary to assist professionals to cope with current challenges in the field. This curriculum is designed to (1) provide training for professional fire service personnel in order that they may most efficiently perform their duties, (2) prepare people for a career in Fire Service or related field, and (3) provide people with a better understanding of fire and related hazards and challenges faced in providing public safety services. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) is also available. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Credits Required Courses: Credits: 21 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC113 Introduction to Fire Suppression 3 FSC131 Introduction to Urban Technical Rescue 3 FSC202 Supervisory Training for Firefighters 3 + FSC204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 + FSC208 Firefighter Safety and Building Construction 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 16 Students should select 16 credit hours from the following courses in consultation with a department advisor. + EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 + EMT/FSC238 Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization 2 FSC101++ Intro to Fire Service Selection (3) OR Modular equivalents FSC101AA Introduction to Fire Service Selection: Application Process (0.5) AND FSC101AB Introduction to Fire Service Selection: Selection Process and Resumes (0.75) AND FSC101AC Introduction to Fire Service Selection: Interview Process (0.75) AND FSC101AD Introduction to Fire Service Selection: Fire Station Culture/Observation (0.5) AND FSC101AE Introduction to Fire Service Selection: Lifelong Learning (0.5) 3 + FSC102 Fire Department Operations 11 FSC106 Introduction to Fire Protection 3 FSC114 Hazardous Materials First on the Scene/Awareness Level 0.5 62
  • 63. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20072 Program Availability: Shared (PC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 37 Major Code: 5514 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Dennis Dodt/Gene McDaniel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54) (CCL in Fire Science continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Credits FSC117 Fire Apparatus 3 FSC118 Fire Hydraulics 3 FSC130 Fitness for Firefighters/CPAT 1 FSC134++ Fitness & and Conditioning / for Firefighters (3) OR Modular equivalents FSC134AA Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters: Physical Requirements (0.5) AND FSC134AB Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters: Physical and Mental Principles (0.75) AND FSC134AC Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters: Physical and Mental Performance (0.75) AND FSC134AD Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters: Task Development (0.75) AND FSC134AE Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters: Pre- e Employment (0.25) 3 FSC135 Fire Service Information Management 3 FSC152 Engine Company Officer 1 + FSC205 Command Strategies for Major Emergencies 3 FSC209 Fire Investigation 3 + FSC214 Human Resource Management in Fire Service 3 FSC221 Ladder Company Officer 1 GBS/LAS206 Business Law (UCC) 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 63
  • 64. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20072 Program Availability: Shared (PC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 37 Major Code: 5514 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Dennis Dodt/Gene McDaniel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54) (CCL in Fire Science continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Program Addition: CCL/5557: Firefighter Operations Total Credits: 25-26 Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Program Availability: Shared (PC), GCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Firefighter Operations provides the opportunity for individuals who are not sponsored by a fire department or other agency to acquire the minimum standard firefighting skills needed in the field of firefighting and who are seeking employment in various firefighting settings. Program Outline: Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Completion of Program Prerequisites. Formal application and admission to the program is required. Credits Program Prerequisites: Credits: 11-12 + EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC130 Fitness for Firefighters/CPAT (1) OR Permission of Program Director 1 Required Courses: Credits: 14 + FSC102 Fire Department Operations 11 FSC134 Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters 3 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 64
  • 65. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Architectural Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 65-67 Major Code: 3708 CIPS Code: 15.13.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) using AutoCAD software forms the core of the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) and the Certificate of Completion (CCL) programs in Architectural Technology. These programs are designed to provide the informational, attitudinal, and technical skills required for an entry-level position as a CAD operator in Architectural or Interior Design offices; Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil Engineering offices; Landscape Architects’ offices or related fields. Competency-based course work builds on residential and commercial plans developed in introductory courses progressing to a set of Architectural working drawings. Drafting courses are grouped and sequenced by specific drawing types. This allows detailed study and analysis of the theory, standards, and decision-making processes influencing the development of drawings as well as the interrelationships among various types of drawings in the finished set. Students will work individually and in teams in a professional environment and will develop drawings which incorporate typical design industry conventions and methods, code requirements, and local construction techniques. Lessons are real world based and are designed to teach responsible problem solving, building from one situation or set of conditions to the next as students create professional quality working drawings. Program Outline Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Credits Required Courses: Credits: 30 ARC121 Introduction to Architectural Drafting: Manual 3 ARC141 Architectural CAD I: Introduction 3 + ARC142 Architectural CAD II: Plans and Elevations 3 ARC146 Architectural Print Reading 3 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 + ARC243 Architectural CAD III: Site Plans and Sections 3 + ARC244 Architectural CAD IV: Structural Systems 3 + ARC245 Architectural CAD V: Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3 + ARC270 Architectural Technology Synthesis 3 BLT263AK Building Codes: IBC 3 GTC124 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 65
  • 66. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Architectural Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 65-67 Major Code: 3708 CIPS Code: 15.13.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) (AAS in Architectural Technology continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Credits Restricted Electives: Credits: 11 + ARC+++++ Any ARC Architecture courses 1-9 + ARC296++ Cooperative Education (any suffixed courses) 1-4 ARH100 Introduction to Art 3 ART111 Drawing I 3 BLT263AL Building Codes: IRC 3 + CAD+++++ Any CAD Computer Aided Drafting courses 1-6 CIS/BPC+++++ Any Windows/Internet/Word Processing course 1-3 + DFT+++++ Any DFT Drafting Technology courses 1-6 INT115 Historical Architecture and Furniture 3 INT120 Modern Architecture and Furniture 3 General Education: Credits: 24-26 Core: Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition + Any approved general education course in the First-Year Composition area 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR 3 equivalent by assessment Mathematics + Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area 3-5 Distribution: Credits: 9 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area 2 (ARH100 in Restricted Electives area would satisfy this category; however, an additional 3 credits of Restricted Electives would then have to be taken.) Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area. 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social Sciences area 3 66
  • 67. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Architectural Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30 Major Code: 5708 CIPS Code: 15.13.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) using AutoCAD software forms the core of the AAS (Associate in Applied Science) and the CCL (Certificate of Completion) program in Architectural Technology. These programs are designed to provide the informational, attitudinal, and technical skills required for an entry-level position as a CAD operator in Architectural or Interior Design offices; Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil Engineering offices; Landscape Architects’ offices or related fields. Competency-based course work builds on residential and commercial plans developed in introductory courses progressing to a set of Architectural working drawings. Drafting courses are grouped and sequenced by specific drawing types. This allows detailed study and analysis of the theory, standards, and decision- making processes influencing the development of drawings as well as the interrelationships among various types of drawings in the finished set. Students will work individually and in teams in a professional environment and will develop drawings which incorporate typical design industry conventions and methods, code requirements, and local construction techniques. Lessons are real world based and are designed to teach responsible problem solving, building from one situation or set of conditions to the next as students create professional quality working drawings. Program Outline Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None Credits Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 ARC121 Introduction to Architectural Drafting: Manual 3 ARC141 Architectural CAD I: Introduction 3 + ARC142 Architectural CAD II: Plans and Elevations 3 ARC146 Architectural Print Reading 3 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 + ARC243 Architectural CAD III: Site Plans and Sections 3 + ARC244 Architectural CAD IV: Structural Systems 3 + ARC245 Architectural CAD V: Mechanical and Electrical Systems 3 + ARC270 Architectural Technology Synthesis 3 BLT263AK Building Codes: IBC 3 GTC124 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 67
  • 68. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Building Safety and Planning Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3432 CIPS Code: 46.04.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Building Safety Technology Proposed Total Program Credits: 64-66 Description: The Building Safety and Planning Technology Program is designed to meet the increasing need for personnel employed in city inspection and planning departments throughout Arizona. It is geared to provide continuous training and retraining to keep pace with advanced technology involving new methods and materials and to emphasize the human relations aspect of the building industry. An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Building Safety and Planning Technology will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of program requirements. The Program gives the student the opportunity to select a specialty of either Building Safety or Planning and Development Technology,. Certificates of Completion (CCL) in Building Safety Technology and or a CCL in Planning and Development Technology are also available. Focusing on construction codes, building inspection, and construction methods and materials, the Building Safety Technology program is designed to meet the needs of personnel employed in city plan review and inspection departments, as well as of individuals working in the building trades. An Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) in Building Safety Technology will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of program requirements. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Building Safety Technology is also available. Program Outline Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. Admission Criteria: None Credits Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 ARC121 Introduction to Architectural Drafting: Manual 3 ARC146 Architectural Print Reading 3 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 BLT120 Techniques of Building Inspection 3 BLT121 Electrical Codes 3 BLT127 Plumbing Codes 3 BLT128 Mechanical Codes 3 BLT140 Environmentally Responsible Building 3 BLT263AK Building Codes: IBC 3 BLT263AL Building Codes: IRC 3 + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications 3 68
  • 69. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Building Safety and Planning Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3432 CIPS Code: 46.04.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) (AAS in Building Safety and Planning Technology continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Building Safety Technology Proposed Total Program Credits: 64-66 Credits AND Option I: Planning and Development Technology Speciality BLT140 Environmentally Responsible Building (3) AND CET104 Community Planning and Development (3) AND + GPH210 Introduction to Environmental Geography (3) OR Option II: Building Safety Technology Specialty BLT120 Techniques of Building Inspection (3) AND BLT263AL Building Codes: IRC (3) AND GTC124 Methods and Materials of Construction (3) 9 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12 9 ARC141 Architectural CAD I: Introduction 3 ARC142 Architectural CAD II: Plans and Elevations 3 ARC246 Architectural CAD VI: Construction Details 3 BIO105 Environmental Biology 4 BLT124 Designing for Americans with Disabilities Act 3 BLT296WC Cooperative Education 3 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 BPC/CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 GCU102 Introduction to Human Geography 3 GTC122 Building Materials 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision 3 MGT126 Customer Service Skills and Strategies 3 MGT172 Organizations, Paradigms, and Change 1 MGT251 Human Relations in Business 3 REA179 Real Estate Principles I 3 + REA180 Real Estate Principles II 3 BLT/CET/GPH/GTC: Any course in alternate area of Building Safety Technology or Planning and Development Technology specialty in Required Courses areas. 3-9 General Education: Credits: 22 25-27 CORE: Credits: 12 15-17 First-Year Composition Any approved general education course from the First-Year Composition area 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area 3 69
  • 70. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Building Safety and Planning Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3432 CIPS Code: 46.04.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) (AAS in Building Safety and Planning Technology continued) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Proposed Program Title: Building Safety Technology Proposed Total Program Credits: 64-66 Credits Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment 3 Mathematics + Met by MAT102 in Required Courses area 0 Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area 4 70
  • 71. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Building Safety Technology Award Type:CCL Initiating College: SC Effective First Year Term: 20076 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30 Major Code: 5442 CIPS Code: 46.04.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This program is designed to meet the increasing need for personnel employed in the construction industry throughout Arizona. It is geared to provide continuous training and retraining to keep pace with advanced technology involving new methods and materials, and to emphasize the human relations aspect of the building industry. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Building Safety Technology will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of program requirements. In addition, an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Building Safety and Planning Technology is available. Focusing on construction codes, building inspection, and construction methods and materials, the Building Safety Technology program is designed to meet the needs of personnel employed in city plan review and inspection departments, as well as of individuals working in the building trades. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Building Safety Technology will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of program requirements. In addition, an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Building Safety Technology is available. Program Outline Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. Admission Criteria: None Credits Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 ARC121 Introduction to Architectural Drafting: Manual 3 ARC146 Architectural Print Reading 3 ARC148 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 BLT120 Techniques of Building Inspection 3 BLT121 Electrical Codes 3 BLT127 Plumbing Codes 3 BLT128 Mechanical Codes 3 BLT140 Environmentally Responsible Building 3 BLT263AK Building Codes: IBC 3 BLT263AL Building Codes: IRC 3 GTC124 Methods and Materials of Construction 3 + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications 3 71
  • 72. ATTACHMENT: OPD OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type: OPD Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/ Last Year Term: 20072 Program Availability: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 72-75 Major Code: 3059 CIPS Code: 31.05.05 Faculty Initiator: Sylvia Phillips Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34), Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Proposed Program Availability: CGCC, EMCC, (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC, SMCC Rationale: Phoenix College currently does not have the resources available to support this program. It is withdrawing as a participating college. 72
  • 73. ATTACHMENT: OPD OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 12/12/06 Proposal Development Type:OPD Program Title: Planning and Development Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/ Last Year Term: 20066/20074 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: Total Credits: 30 Major Code: 5796 CIPS Code: 46.04.03 Faculty Initiator: Myron Brower Instructional Council: Drafting (24) Rationale: Program is being deleted due to a reduction in the emphasis on planning and zoning processes in the Scottsdale construction industry as it shifts from large scale development toward infill projects. 73