CONSENT AGENDA
ACTION ITEM
Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 22, 2010
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June 22 , 2010

  1. 1. CONSENT AGENDA ACTION ITEM Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 22, 2010 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:       Account Identification:       Chancellor _____________________________ Academic & Student Affairs_______________ Business Services________________________ Human Resources__________ ITS __________ Res Dev & Cmty Relations_________________
  2. 2. College President________________________ 2
  3. 3. GBA June 22, 2010 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary COURSE PROPOSALS: Course Deletions……………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 7 GC SPH150, SPH151 GW DMI240AA, DMI240AB, DMI244, DMI245, DMI248, DMI258, ULS280AC, ULS298AA, ULS298AB, ULS298AC MC CNT200, CNT220 PC CNS211 Course Modifications………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 8 CG PED124 GW WRT100 PC HCE290 PV FON244AB, FON245AB RS LET166 SC PED101YG, PED101YR, PED103YG, PED103YR New Courses…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………page 11 CG PED125, PED224, PED225 GC HUM245 GW FAC240, MET293AE, MET294AE, NUC100, OSH110, OSH111, OSH112AA, OSH113, OSH201, OSH205, OSH207, OSH210, OSH212, OSH213, OSH214, OSH218, OSH219, OSH220, OSH240, WWM103, WWM106, WWM203 MC AUD115, AUD210, AUD220, CNT200, CNT220, CNT231, EDU111, EDU112, LBT282AA, LBT282AB, LBT282AC, MSP211, MTC130, MUC122, MUC210, MUC211, MUC222, MUE250, SSH111, SUS110 PV MAT108AA RS FSC209LL SC ARC101, ARC143, ARC201, ARC202 SM CNT178 3
  4. 4. GBA June 22, 2010 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary PROGRAM PROPOSALS: New Occupational Programs (NOP)……………………………………………………………………………………page 23 RS CCL/5709 Community Dental Health Coordination 23 SM CCL/5701 Community Health Worker 24 Occupational Program Modifications (OPM)…………………………………………………………………………page 25 GC AAS/3044 Family Life Education 25 Shared by: GC, MC, RS CCL/5401 Child and Family Organizations Management and Administration 28 Shared by: GC, MC, RS AAS/3059 Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training 29 Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM CCL/5445 Strength and Conditioning Personal Trainer 32 Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM CCL/5421 Personal Trainer 33 GW AAS/3116 Industrial Design Technology 34 CCL/5642 Industrial Design Technology: Design Specialist: SolidWorks 37 AAS/3336 Health Service Management 38 AAS/3480 Automotive Technology 42 CCL/5480 Automotive Technology 44 AAS/3688 Nuclear Medicine Technology 45 CCL/5688 Nuclear Medicine Technology 49 AAS/3762 Occupational Safety and Health Technology 52 MC AAS/3164 Computer Programming 56 CCL/5207 Computer Programming 59 PC AAS/3028 Medical Laboratory Science 61 CCL/5493 Medical Laboratory Science 66 AAS/3291 Medical Assisting 68 CCL/5291 Medical Assisting 71 AAS/3091 Banking and Finance 73 Shared by: EM, PC CCL/5627 Banking and Finance 75 Shared by: EM, PC Note: *Indicates Addition of Occupational Program from OPM process 4
  5. 5. GBA June 22, 2010 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary PROGRAM PROPOSALS: Occupational Program Modifications (OPM) - continued PV AAS/3051 General Business Specialized 76 AAS/3786 Computer Information Technology 80 CCL/5865 Computer Information Technology 84 CCL/5867 Computer Systems Maintenance 85 AAS/3836 Early Childhood Education 86 CCL/5016 Early Childhood Education 88 AAS/3840 Dietetic Technology 90 Shared by: CG, PV RS AAS/3715 Airline Operations 93 CCL/5458 Airline Operations: Ground Operations 95 SC AAS/3053 Recreation Management 96 Shared by: MC, SC CCL/5469 Recreation Management 99 Shared by: MC, SC Occupational Program Deletions (OPD)………………………………………………………………………………page 101 CG CCL/5034 Developmental Disabilities Specialist 101 Shared by CG, GC GW AAS/3039 Information Security 101 Shared by: EM, GC, GW CCL/5347 Information Security Technology 101 Shared by: EM, GC, GW CCL/5388 Information Security Administration 102 Shared by: EM, GC, GW CCL/5457 Information Security Wireless Networks 102 Shared by: EM, GC, GW CCL/5465 Information Security Forensics 102 Shared by: EM, GC, GW MC AAS/3342 Direct Care Practice 103 CCL/5337 Direct Care Practice 103 PC AAS/3053 Recreation Management 104 Shared by: MC, PC, SC CCL/5469 Recreation Management 104 Shared by: MC, PC, SC Note: *Indicates Addition of Occupational Program from OPM process 5
  6. 6. GBA June 22, 2010 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary PROGRAM PROPOSALS: Academic Program Modifications (APM)…………………………………………………………………………page 105 MC AC/6221 Language and Literary Culture of the USA 105 Shared by: GC, MC, PV, RS PV AC/6210 International Studies: Asia 106 AC/6211 International Studies: Latin America 109 6
  7. 7. CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: COURSES FOR June 22, 2010 Total Course Proposals Submitted (78 with 0 modules added, 0 X-refs added and, 0 X-refs deleted) Proposal Type/Outcomes CGCC EMCC GWCC GCC MCC PVCC PC RSC SCC SMCC Dist Totals Course Deletions (CD) 10 2 2 1 15 New Course (NC) 3 22 1 20 1 1 4 1 53 Course Modification (CM) 1 1 2 1 1 4 10 New Courses from CM (Cross-References, Modules or Suffixed Courses) 0 Total Courses College Columns 4 0 33 3 22 3 2 2 8 1 0 78 *Exp = Experimental Courses # = AES or MIR (Aerospace Studies or Military Science) CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: PROGRAMS FOR June 22, 2010 Total Program Proposals Submitted (47, with 0 Program Addition(s)) Proposal Type/Outcomes CGCC EMCC GWCC GCC MCC PVCC PC RSC SCC SMCC Dist Totals Occupational Program Deletions (OPD) 1 5 2 2 10 New Occupational Program (NOP) (*primary college if Shared) 1 1 2 Occupational Program Modification (OPM) 8 5 2 7 6 2 2 32 OPM-Program Additions New Programs Created (*primary college if Shared) 0 OPM-Change in Availability New Programs Created 0 Academic Program Deletions (APD) 0 New Academic Program (NAP) (*primary college if Shared) 0 Academic Program Modification (APM) 1 2 3 APM-Program Additions New Programs Created 0 APM-Change in Availability New Programs Created 0 Total New Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 Total Modified Programs 1 0 13 5 5 9 8 2 2 0 0 45 Total Programs College Columns 1 0 13 5 5 9 8 3 2 0 0 47 Shared Programs include programs offered by two or more colleges and District Wide Programs are offered by all 10 colleges. 7
  8. 8. ATTACHMENT: CD COURSE DELETIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 X-REF TYPE COLLEGESUBJECT TITLE EFFECTIVE END OF O PC CNS211 Strength of Materials 2010 Summer II O MC CNT200 CCNP: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) 2010 Summer II O MC CNT220 Cisco CCNP: Building Multilayer Switched Networks 2010 Summer II O GW DMI240AA Ultrasound Imaging: Gynecological Procedures 2010 Fall O GW DMI240AB Ultrasound Imaging: Obstetric Procedures 2010 Fall O GW DMI244 Clinical Practicum II 2010 Fall O GW DMI245 Clinical Practicum III 2010 Fall O GW DMI248 Clinical Practicum IV 2010 Fall O GW DMI258 Ultrasound Registry Preparation Seminar 2010 Fall A GC SPH150 Peninsular Spanish Literature in Translation 2010 Fall A GC SPH151 Latin American Literature in Translation 2010 Fall O GW ULS280AC Ultrasound Registry Preparation Seminar: Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Neonate 2010 Fall O GW ULS298AA Special Projects 2010 Fall O GW ULS298AB Special Projects 2010 Fall O GW ULS298AC Special Projects 2010 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 8
  9. 9. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD FON244AB Practicum I: Food Service Management Lab LAB 2.5 10.0 0.0 Proposed Changes: Credits from: 3.0 to 2.5, Periods from: 15.0 to 10.0 Practicum experience under the supervision of a registered dietitian. Application of principles, knowledge, and skills required in the delivery of nutrition services for food service management including food service operations, quantity food production, procurement, organizing and management principles, facility design and equipment, financial management, food safety and sanitation, menu planning, and marketing. Prerequisites: FON104, FON125, FON142AB, FON207 and FON242. Corequisite: FON244AA. Course Notes: Competencies in the lecture (FON244AA) met prior to their application in supervised practice settings during the practicum lab (FON244AB). Type: O College: PV Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ FON245AB Practicum II: Medical Nutrition Therapy Lab LAB 2.5 10.0 0.0 Proposed Changes: Credits from: 2.0 to: 2.5, Requisite Practicum experience under the supervision of a registered dietitian. Application of principles, knowledge, and skills required for the delivery of medical nutrition therapy. Perform nutritional screening, assessment, monitoring, and evaluation for common and complex medical conditions, medical documentation, patient interviewing and counseling, and education in health promotion and disease prevention. Prerequisites: FON125, FON242, HCC145AA, and MAT092 or equivalent, or satisfactory score on district placement exam. Course Notes: Competencies in the lecture (FON245AA) met prior to their application in supervised practice settings during the practicum lab (FON245AB). Type: O College: PV Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ HCE290 Medical Laboratory Science Program Review LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Proposed Changes: Title to: Medical Laboratory Science Program Review, Description Preparation for the medical 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: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 9
  10. 10. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD LET166 Correction Officers Safety and Weapons Training L+L 2.0 4.0 3.4 Proposed Changes: Description, Requisite, Competencies Basic shooting principles of the weapons used by correctional officers. Includes nomenclature, handling, loading and firing of the service handgun, rifle, shotgun, and 37mm gas gun. Lawful use of chemical agents including identification, coding, delivery and decontamination procedures. Prerequisites: Permission of Department or Division. Type: O College: RS Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED101YG Gentle Yoga L+L 1.0 2.0 1.5 Proposed Changes: Description Focuses on the use of such props as blankets, blocks, and chairs to modify traditional Yoga poses, enabling participation with moderate effort and without strain; suitable for all levels but especially for students needing a slower pace. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: PED101YG may be repeated for credit. Type: O College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED101YR Restorative Yoga L+L 1.0 2.0 1.5 Proposed Changes: Description Gentle form of Yoga poses utilizing props to create fully supported postures; focuses on relaxation and involves non-rigorous physical activity, providing rest and recovery and promoting the restoration of tranquility; suitable for all levels. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: PED101YR may be repeated for credit. Type: O College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED103YG Gentle Yoga L+L 0.50 1.0 0.75 Proposed Changes: Description Focuses on the use of such props as blankets, blocks, and chairs to modify traditional Yoga poses, enabling participation with moderate effort and without strain; suitable for all levels but especially for students needing a slower pace. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: PED101YG may be repeated for credit. Type: O College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 10
  11. 11. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD PED103YR Restorative Yoga L+L 0.5 1.0 0.75 Proposed Changes: Description Gentle form of Yoga poses utilizing props to create fully supported postures; focuses on relaxation and involves non-rigorous physical activity, providing rest and recovery and promoting the restoration of tranquility; suitable for all levels. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: PED101YR may be repeated for credit. Type: O College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED124 Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Basic L+L 2.0 4.0 3.4 Proposed Changes: Title to: Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Basic, Description, Competencies, Outline Introduction to the principles and training techniques of strength and conditioning for sport performance. Emphasis is placed on beginning instructional techniques and safety of Olympic lifts; plyometrics; muscular endurance, strength and power development; anaerobic and aerobic capacity. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: PED124 may be repeated for a total of eight (8) credit hours. Type: O College: CG Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ WRT100 Introduction to Water Resources LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Proposed Changes: Title to: Introduction to Water Resources, Description, Competencies, Outline Fundamental principles of water resources. Basic concepts and strategies in the study of water, the current focus on water pollution and water purification. Topics include ground water, surface water, water quality, water purification, and water pollution. Presentation of ongoing studies related to work of earth scientists. Prerequisites: BPC110, or equivalent or permission of Department or Division. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 11
  12. 12. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD ARC101 Introduction to Western Architecture LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Survey of Western Architecture from prehistory to current times. Includes social and philosophical factors shaping predominant styles and theory across the periods. Prerequisites: None Type: A College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ARC143 Architectural CAD: Extended Study L+L 3.0 6.0 5.1 Reinforcement and extended study of basic two-dimensional computer aided drafting (CAD) skills for Architecture, Interior Design, and related professions using AutoCAD software. Includes sending/receiving drawing files on web; templates/set-ups; dimension/text formats; sheet management; external referencing, design center, basic/extended drawing and editing commands, and plotting. Prerequisites: ARC141 or permission of Instructor. Course Notes: ARC143 may be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Type: O College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ARC201 Architectural History: Prehistory to Rococo LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 In depth analysis of Western Architecture from Prehistory to 1730. Includes social, religious, political, philosophical, scientific, and environmental factors shaping predominant styles of the historical periods. Prerequisites: None Type: A College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ARC202 Architectural History: Modern Architecture LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 In-depth analysis of Western Architecture from the Industrial Revolution to current times. Includes social factors, theory, and polemics shaping predominant styles of the modern periods. Prerequisites: None Type: A College: SC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ AUD115 Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Studies the impact of hearing loss on all aspects of human development. Examines the management of children and adults with hearing impairments, with emphasis on conversation and communication behaviors, speech perception, assistive listening technology, the psychosocial aspects of hearing loss throughout the lifespan, laws that affect services for the hearing impaired, and strategies to improve communication. Prerequisites: AUD101 or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 12
  13. 13. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD AUD210 Fundamentals of Amplification L+L 4.0 5.0 4.7 Studies the basic concepts and principles that underlie the selection, fitting and care of hearing aid technology. Examines hearing aid types and their components, methods of amplification, prescriptive fitting procedures for linear and non-linear amplification, ear impressions and ear molds, and ANSI standards for electroacoustic evaluations. Prerequisites: AUD110 or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ AUD220 Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Auditory System LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Studies the structural, developmental, and physiologic complexity of the peripheral, central and vestibular portions of the human auditory system. Examines the anatomy and physiology at each level of the human auditory system from the cellular level to the brain. Prerequisites: AUD101 or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ CNT178 CCNA: Voice L+L 4.0 6.0 5.4 Introduction to IP telephony for Medium and Small Organizations networks. Covers Packet Voice Technologies, Configuring Voice Interfaces, Voice Dial Peers, VoIP Signaling, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME), Cisco Unity Express (CUE) and Call Control. Includes data and voice integration solutions at the network-access level. Prerequisites: CNT170 or CNT170AA, or CCNA Certification, or permission of Instructor. Course Notes: CNT178 may be repeated for a total of Twelve (12) credit hours. Type: O College: SM Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ CNT200 CCNP ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing L+L 4.0 6.0 5.4 Development of knowledge and skills needed to manage Internet Protocol (IP) traffic and access, understand scalable internetworks configure advanced routing protocols Border Gateway Protocol [BGP], Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol [EIGRP], Open Shortest Path First [OSPF], as well as Internet Protocol (IPv6), and configuration of secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers. Comprehensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. Prerequisites: CNT170AA, or CCNA industry certification, or permission of Instructor. Corequisites: CNT220. Course Notes: Preparation for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) exam. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 13
  14. 14. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD CNT220 CCNP SWITCH: Implementing Cisco IP Switching L+L 4.0 6.0 5.4 Development of knowledge and skills in building, monitoring, and maintaining switching in converged enterprise networks using advanced and multi-layer switching technologies. Planning, configuring, securing and verifying the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions. Hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. Prerequisites: CNT170AA, or CCNA industry certification, or permission of Instructor. Corequisites: CNT200. Course Notes: Preparation for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) exam. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ CNT231 CCNP TSHOOT: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Cisco IP Networks L+L 4.0 6.0 5.4 Development of knowledge and skills in monitoring and maintaining complex enterprise routed and switched Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Skills learned include the planning and execution of regular network maintenance, as well as support and troubleshooting using technology-based processes and best practices, in a systematic approach. Extensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. Prerequisites: (CNT200 and CNT220), or permission of Instructor. Course Notes: Preparation for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) exam. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ EDU111 Inquiry-Based Instructional Approaches for Science and Mathematics I L+L 1.0 2.0 1.7 Exploring teaching as a career option through observations and active participation in science or mathematics lessons. Supervised experience in planning and implementing inquiry-based science and/or mathematics lessons in elementary classroom settings. Prerequisites: None Course Notes: EDU111 requires additional lab time outside of class. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ EDU112 Inquiry-Based Instructional Approaches for Science and Mathematics II L+L 1.0 2.0 1.7 Exploring teaching as a career option through observations and active participation in science or mathematics lessons. Supervised experience in planning and implementing inquiry-based science and/or mathematics lessons in middle school classroom settings. Prerequisites: EDU111. Course Notes: EDU112 requires additional lab time outside of class. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 14
  15. 15. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD FAC240 Facilities Special Systems and Codes LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 X OSH240 Fundamentals of fire alarm system operation, inspection and maintenance. Fundamentals of fire sprinkler system operation, inspection and maintenance. Principles of life safety smoke control systems, including fire damper and combination fire/smoke damper applications. Security system applications including perimeter security, interior security, CCTV and card access systems. Theory and application of communication systems, including paging systems, information system backbone architecture and telephone systems. Prerequisites: OSH105, or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106, or OSH110, or OSH111. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ FSC209LL Fire Investigation Lab LAB 1.0 2.0 1.7 Practical application of fire investigation techniques. Includes use of the scientific method to investigate various types of fires as well as fire patterns, explosions and evidence documentation. Also covers scene management and examination procedures in addition to report writing and spoliation concerns. Prerequisites: FSC209. Type: O College: RS Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ HUM245 Introduction to Holocaust Studies LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Introduction to the literature of the Holocaust. Provides brief theological, political and social background to establish the context of anti-Semitism, especially in 19th and 20th centuries, with particular attention to National Socialist ideologies. Emphasis on literature of the Holocaust, including fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry, much of which involves theological and moral debate. Includes analysis of supplementary performing and visual arts. Prerequisites: None CRE101, or CRE111, or Reading exempt placement test score recommended but not required. Type: A College: GC Effective: 2011 Spring ___________________________________________________________________________________________ LBT282AA Volunteerism for Library Information: Service Learning Experience LAB 1.0 1.0 0.0 Service learning field experience within private/public agencies, educational institution, and citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Course Notes: LBT282AA may be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Standard grading available according to procedures outlined in catalog. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 15
  16. 16. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD LBT282AB Volunteerism for Library Information: Service Learning Experience LAB 2.0 2.0 0.0 Service learning field experience within private/public agencies, educational institution, and citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Course Notes: LBT282AB may be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Standard grading available according to procedures outlined in catalog. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ LBT282AC Volunteerism for Library Information: Service Learning Experience LAB 3.0 3.0 0.0 Service learning field experience within private/public agencies, educational institution, and citizen volunteer groups. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Course Notes: LBT282AC may be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Standard grading available according to procedures outlined in catalog. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MAT108AA Tutored Mathematics LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Structured tutorial assistance and math study skills to help students achieve success in a mathematics course in which they are concurrently enrolled. Mathematics study skills emphasized. Prerequisites: None Corequisites: MAT072, or MAT081, or MAT082, or MAT083, or MAT090, or MAT091, or MAT092, or MAT093, or MAT120, or MAT121, or MAT122, or MAT140, or MAT141, or MAT142, or MAT150, or MAT151, or MAT152, or permission of Department Chair. Course Notes: MAT108AA may be repeated for a total of ten (10) credit hours. Type: A College: PV Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MET293AE Solid Design: Surface Modeling: SolidWorks LEC 3.0 4.0 3.7 Use of various techniques for creation of complex surfaces with tangent and curvature continuities. Creation of solid features using surfaces as reference for complex geometry and freeform shapes. Manipulation of surfaces using editing tools. Analysis of surfaces for quality and desired characteristics. Prerequisites: MET292AE, or MET289AE, or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 16
  17. 17. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD MET294AE Solid Design: Sheet Metal: SolidWorks LEC 3.0 4.0 3.7 Use of various tools and techniques to model sheet metal parts. Design of sheet metal parts and assemblies. Creation of sheet metal production drawings. Transformation of a part built conventionally into a sheet metal to be flattened with sheet metal specific features applied. Prerequisites: MET292AE, or MET289AE, or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MSP211 Compendium for Funeral Service LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Analysis of tasks performed on a more-or-less day-to-day basis by funeral service personnel. Capstone experience based on all previous course work. Prerequisites: Admission to the Mortuary Science program. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MTC130 Jazz Theory LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Develop written and aural theory skills necessary in the jazz idiom. Prerequisites: (MTC101 and MTC103), or permission of Instructor. Course Notes: Recommended for students taking jazz improvisation, jazz composition and jazz combo. Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MUC122 Sound Design I L+L 3.0 5.0 4.4 Introduction to Sound Design and Audio Post-Production for Multimedia. Includes creating and editing Sound Effects, ADR, Foley, Music, and Ambience, for multiple mediums such as Film, TV, Video Gaming, Theatre, and Dance. Emphasis on computer assisted production using Digital Audio Workstations and sound design techniques using industry-standard equipment. Prerequisites: MTC191. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MUC111 or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MUC210 Advanced Industry Topics: Concert Promotion and Touring LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Operation, scope, and career opportunities in the music business. Focuses on advanced aspects of concert promotion, touring and festival production. Areas of focus include marketing, planning, operations, talent buying, and budgeting for profitable and successful music-performance stage shows. Prerequisites: MUC109. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 17
  18. 18. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD MUC211 Advanced Industry Topics: Artist Management and Development LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Operation, scope, and career opportunities in the music business. Focus on advanced aspects of artist management and development. Include roles and responsibilities of an Artist Manager, the nature and structure of the relationship between an Artist and Artist Manager, and the development of business, and career management techniques for Artist Managers. Prerequisites: MUC109. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MUC222 Sound Design II L+L 3.0 5.0 4.4 Intermediate level Sound Design and Audio Post-Production for Multimedia. Topics include: creating and editing Sound Effects, Automated Dialogue Replacement, Foley, Music, and Ambience for multiple mediums such as Film, TV, Video Gaming, Theatre, and Dance. Emphasis on computer assisted production using Digital Audio Workstations and acoustic forces. Prerequisites: (MUC122 and MTC/TCM120), or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ MUE250 Vocal Pedagogy/Voice Methods L+L 2.0 3.0 2.7 Study of the anatomy, physiology, and acoustics of singing as applied to healthy vocal function and the teaching of singing. Topics include: overview of techniques, materials, and literature used in teaching singing. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: MC Effective: 2010 Summer II ___________________________________________________________________________________________ NUC100 Introduction to Nuclear Medicine Technology LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Role of the Nuclear Medicine Technologist Job duties, responsibilities, working conditions and work environments in the inpatient clinical settings. Certification and licensing requirements for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist, shadowing experience specific to the nuclear medicine department. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH110 OSH Standards for Construction (OSX910) LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for construction and role of Occupational Safety and Health Administration Act. General Duty Clause and major sections of 1903, 1904, and 1926. Identification of violations and description of appropriate abatement procedures for safety and health hazards. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 18
  19. 19. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD OSH111 OSH Standards for General Industry (OSX911) LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for general industry and the Role of Occupational Safety and Health Administration act. General Duty Clause and major sections of 1903, 1904, and 1910. Identifications of violations and description of appropriate abatement procedures for safety and health hazards. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH112AA Workplace Hazard Analysis: OSHA Accident Reduction LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Transitioning from Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) former “Accident Investigation” protocol into a pro-active incident investigation program. Basic accident investigation procedures and accident analysis techniques. Basic skills for conducting an effective accident investigation at Occupational workplaces. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH113 Urban Workplace Response: First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Workplace employee injury/illness response when medical help is less then 15 minutes away. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and first aid for the adult, child and infant patients includes Automated External Defibrillator (AED), rescue breathing, obstructed airway, and other first aid procedures. Designed to train employee responders in basic lifesaving skills and procedures required during emergency situation. Application of verbal first aid solutions. Selection and use of appropriate first aid kits. Follow up with appropriate regulatory/insurance documentation. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH201 Fall Arrest Systems LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Evaluation and application of state-of- the art technology for fall protection. Analysis of fall protection, the components and limitations of fall arrest systems and relevant Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and other requirements. Prerequisites: OSH105, or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106, or OSH110, or OSH111. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 19
  20. 20. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD OSH205 OSHA General Industry Training for Instructors (OSX951) LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Application of adult learning principles and training techniques to identify, define and evaluated general industry hazards and acceptable corrective measures to teach the 10 and 30 hour training in accordance with 29CFR1910 Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) General Industry Safety standards and other industry requirements. Prerequisites: OSH110. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH207 OSHA Construction Training for Instructors (OSX950) LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Application of adult learning principles and training techniques to identify, define and evaluated construction hazards and acceptable corrective measures to teach the 10 and 30 hour training in accordance with 29CFR1926 Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Construction Safety standards and other industry requirements. Prerequisites: OSH110. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH210 Electrical Standards Low Voltage (OSX961) LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Electrical hazards of low voltage installations and special equipment. Application of appropriate Occ safety and health standards regarding control hazards and safety and health work practices. Electrical standards include 29 CFR 1910, the Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) general industry regulations, and OSHA construction regulations from 29 CFR 1926. Prerequisites: OSH105, or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106, or OSH110, or OSH111. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH212 Electrical Safety Arc Flash LEC 1.0 1.0 1.0 Identification and control of electrical safety hazards for workers near energized electrical systems and equipment. Control methods for preventing serious disabling injuries, preventing damage to equipment, sites, and saving lives. Prerequisites: OSH107. OSH210 suggested but not required. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH213 Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics LEC 2.0 2.0 2.0 Evaluation and application of state-of- the art technology protection for trenches and excavations. Analysis of soil mechanics and implement safety controls for trenches and excavations. Training requirements for a competent person required by Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and other requirements. Prerequisites: OSH105, or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106, or OSH110, or OSH111. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 20
  21. 21. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD OSH214 Machine Guarding LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Evaluation and application of state-of- the art technology for machine guarding hazards. Analysis of machine hazards including mechanical motion, point-of-operation, and other machinery processes. Implementation of abatement options, control of hazardous energy, and relevant Occ Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and other requirements. Prerequisites: OSH105 or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH218 Ergonomics LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Analysis and evaluation of ergonomics risk factors for Occ tasks. Application of theories, methods, and techniques used in work design and systems. Methodological problems in human information processing, human control functions, human-machine interface, work design and process evaluation. Prerequisites: OSH107 and BIO160, or permission of Instructor. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH219 Safety Management and Environmental Regulations and Systems LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Environmental regulations, legal requirements, and responsibilities of safety management. Prevention and management of environmental risks and solving environmental issues. Prerequisites: HMT/OSH101 and OSH107. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ OSH220 Safety and Emergency Management LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Assessment of emergency management systems for Occ safety program development. Planning and implementation of the four phases of emergency management: mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Analysis of all hazards preparedness and response in emergency situations resulting from natural and technological hazards. Planning and budgeting for resources and staffing. Prerequisites: OSH105 or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 21
  22. 22. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD OSH240 Facilities Special Systems and Codes LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 X FAC240 Fundamentals of fire alarm system operation, inspection and maintenance. Fundamentals of fire sprinkler system operation, inspection and maintenance. Principles of life safety smoke control systems, including fire damper and combination fire/smoke damper applications. Security system applications including perimeter security, interior security, CCTV and card access systems. Theory and application of communication systems, including paging systems, information system backbone architecture and telephone systems. Prerequisites: OSH105, or GTC/FAC/OSH/MIT106, or OSH110, or OSH111. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED125 Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Intermediate L+L 2.0 4.0 3.4 Principles and training techniques of strength and conditioning for sport performance. Emphasis is placed on instructional techniques and safety of Olympic lifts; plyometrics; muscular endurance, strength and power development; anaerobic and aerobic capacity. Prerequisites: PED124. Course Notes: PED125 may be repeated for a total of eight (8) credit hours. Type: O College: CG Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED224 Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Advanced L+L 2.0 4.0 3.4 Principles and training techniques of strength and conditioning for sport performance. Emphasis placed on instructional techniques and safety of Olympic lifts; plyometrics; muscular endurance, strength and power development; anaerobic and aerobic capacity; and injury prevention. Prerequisites: PED124 and PED125. Course Notes: PED224 may be repeated for a total of eight (8) credit hours. Type: O College: CG Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ PED225 Strength and Conditioning for Sport Performance: Elite L+L 2.0 4.0 3.4 Principles and training techniques of strength and conditioning for sport performance. Emphasis placed on instructional techniques and safety of Olympic lifts; plyometrics; muscular endurance, strength and power development; anaerobic and aerobic capacity; injury prevention; and assessment techniques. Prerequisites: PED124, PED125, and PED224. Course Notes: PED225 may be repeated for a total of eight (8) credit hours. Type: O College: CG Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 22
  23. 23. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 ACT CREDITS PERIODS LOAD SSH111 Sustainable Cities LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Introduction to the field of sustainability and exploration of the practices leading to the development of sustainable cities. Explores the concept of sustainable development of cities within local, regional, and global contexts. Prerequisites: None Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ SUS110 Sustainable World LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Introduction to the field of sustainability and exploration of the interaction between human and natural global systems. Framework for analyzing and investigating the global challenges such as land use change, competition for water and other natural resources, and renewable energy concerns and crises. Prerequisites: None Type: A College: MC Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ WWM103 Industrial Pretreatment LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Principles of industrial pretreatment programs. Overview of industrial facilities inspections and pollution prevention strategies. Sampling techniques of industrial wastewaters. Field exercises to acquire industrial wastewater quality data and industrial discharge flow measurements. Quality assurance, quality control (QA/QC), and data processing techniques included. Safety procedures stressed. Prerequisites: Permission of Department or Division. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ WWM106 Small Water System Operation and Maintenance LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 Overview of safe and effective operation and maintenance of small drinking water systems and treatment plants. Also covers wells, pumps, disinfection and setting water rates. Prerequisites: None Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ WWM203 Chemical and Biochemical Processes in Water/Wastewater Treatment LEC 3.0 3.0 3.0 The chemical and biochemical processes used for the treatment of water and wastewater. Prerequisites: Permission of Department or Division. Type: O College: GW Effective: 2010 Fall ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 23
  24. 24. ATTACHMENT: NOP OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5709 Program Title: Community Dental Health Coordination Initiating College: RS Effective Term: 2010 Summer II Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 50 CIPS Code: 51.0504 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Nicole Albo Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Community Dental Health Coordination (CDHC) will prepare students to assist in the reduction of disparities in oral health and to improve access to dental care through organized community development in an integrated dental care system provided in community-based clinics. The CDHC will provide oral health promotion, prevention, palliative care, and patient management. 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: High School Diploma or GED, formal application, and acceptance into the Community Dental Health Coordination program. Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 50 + CDH115 Interviewing Skills for the Dental Health Advocate 2 + CDH125 Dental Health Teaching and Learning Skills 2 + CDH205 Introduction to Dentistry 5 + CDH210 Dental Health Screening and Classification 8 + CDH215 Prevention of Dental Caries 3 + CDH220 Prevention of Periodontal Disease 3 + CDH225 Prevention of Oral Cancer 1 + CDH230 Palliative Care 3 + CDH240 Dental Care Finance 0.5 CDH245 Community Dental Health Coordinator Internship (7) 14 Students must complete two 7-credit CDHC Internship courses for a total of 14 credits. CFS207 Organization and Community Leadership in Child and Family Organizations 3 COM263 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3 HCC130AA Health Care Today 0.5 HCC130AB Workplace Behaviors in Health Care 0.5 HCC130AD Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations 0.5 HCC130AE Legal Issues in Health Care 0.5 HCC130AF Decision Making in the Health Care Setting 0.5 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 24
  25. 25. ATTACHMENT: NOP OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5701 Program Title: Community Health Worker Initiating College: SM Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 16 CIPS Code: 51.001 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Thomas Kirsch Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Description: The Community Health Worker Certificate of Completion (CCL) prepares students for careers as Community Health Workers, also commonly referred to as Community Health Advisors, Community Health Representatives, Outreach Workers/Educators, Peer Health Promoters, and Promotora/es de Salud. The program includes courses designed to provide students with the skills necessary to fulfill the Community Health Worker core roles and competencies identified by The National Community Health Advisor Study and The Community Health Worker National Education Collaborative. Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or Corequisites Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 12 SWU101AA Self-Awareness for Paraprofessional Helpers 1 + SWU101AB Awareness of Others for Paraprofessional Helpers 1 + SWU101AC Intervention Assessment for Paraprofessional Helpers 1 BHS105 Introduction to Human Relations 2 + BHS151 Communication Skills in Counseling I 3 + BHS260 Case Report Writing 1 CHA104 Community Health Work 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 4 BHS156 Supervised Practice in Behavioral Health 3 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 CHA101 Introduction to Diabetes 2 CHA102 Preventative Stages of Diabetes 3 CHA103 Transcultural Advocacy 3 COM100 Introduction to Human Communication 3 CWE198AC Career Work Experience 3 SWU282AA Volunteering for Social Work 1 SWU282AB Volunteering for Social Work 2 SWU282AC Volunteering for Social Work: Service Learning Experience 3 HES154 First Aid/CPR 3 BPC104AD Using Excel: Level 1 1 BPC104BD Using Excel: Level 2 1 BPC/OAS111AA Computer Keyboarding 1 Free Electives: None 25
  26. 26. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3044 Program Title: Family Life Education Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: GC, MC, RS Total Credits: 62-67 CIPS Code: 19.0707 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Michele Parker Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 62-67, Area Notes, Critical Reading Credits Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Family Life Education will prepare individuals to enter the family life education, human development, or child and family organizations field at the paraprofessional level. Students at a paraprofessional level can expect to find employment opportunities in adoption and foster care, adult day care centers, crisis intervention programs, group and halfway houses, hospice care, senior citizen centers, social service agencies (both private and State/local government), facilities for the disabled and developmentally challenged individuals, community mental health clinics, psychiatric facilities, shelters and other child and family, community-based organizations. 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: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 40 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 CFS205 Human Development 3 CFS210 Family Life Education 3 CFS250 Social Policy and Families 3 + CFS258 Families in Society 3 + CFS259 Sexuality over the Life Span 3 CFS240 Human Behavior in Context 3 + FCS250 Portfolio Development and Professional Writing 3 + FCS260 Family and Consumer Science Internship 1 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 Students must complete one of the following Blocks: Block One - Parent Education: Credits: 12 CFS190 Home-Based Visitation 3 CFS220 Introduction to Parenting and Family Development 3 CFS225 Foundations of Parent Education 3 CFS243 Cross-Cultural Parenting (3) OR EED276 Global Child Development (3) 3 Block Two – Adolescent Development: Credits: 12 CFS183 Contemporary Issues in Adolescence 3 CFS249 Transition to Adulthood 3 CFS277 Adult-Adolescent Interaction 3 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 26
  27. 27. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3044 Program Title: Family Life Education Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: GC, MC, RS Total Credits: 62-67 CIPS Code: 19.0707 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Michele Parker Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 62-67, Area Notes, Critical Reading Credits (AAS in Family Life Education continued) Block Three - Adult Development and Aging: Credits: 12 CFS247 Family Ties and Aging 3 CFS249 Transition to Adulthood 3 CFS251 Transitions: Work to Retirement 3 CFS252 Contemporary Issues in Aging 3 Block Four – Child and Family Organizations Management and Administration: Credits: 12 CFS206 Child and Family Organizations: Management and Administration 3 CFS207 Organization and Community Leadership in Child and Family Organizations 3 CFS208 Child and Family Organizations: Fiscal Management and Grant Writing 3 CFS209 Child and Family Organizations: Project Management 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education Requirements: Credits: 22-27 CORE: Credits: 12-17 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: COM110 Interpersonal Communication 3 Critical Reading: + CRE101 College Critical Reading OR Equivalent by assessment 0-3 Mathematics: Any approved general education course in the Mathematics Area. The following courses are recommended: + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) 3-5 27
  28. 28. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3044 Program Title: Family Life Education Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: GC, MC, RS Total Credits: 62-67 CIPS Code: 19.0707 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Michele Parker Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 62-67, Area Notes, Critical Reading Credits (AAS in Family Life Education continued) DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts: Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences: CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 Natural Sciences: Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area. 4 28
  29. 29. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5401 Program Title: Child and Family Organizations Management and Administration Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Summer II Program Availability: Shared by: GC, MC, RS Total Credits: 19 CIPS Code: 19.0708 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Michele Parker Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) Proposed Changes: Program Description Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Child and Family Organization Management and Administration will prepare individuals to enter the family life education, human development, early childhood settings, or child and family organizations field at the paraprofessional level. Students at a paraprofessional level can expect to find employment opportunities within management and administration of programs such as: early childhood settings, adoption and foster care, adult day care centers, crisis intervention programs, group and halfway houses, hospice care, senior citizen centers, social service agencies (both private and State/local government), facilities for the disabled and developmentally challenged individuals, community mental health clinics, psychiatric facilities, shelters and other child and family, community-based organizations. 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: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 19 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 CFS206 Child and Family Organizations: Management and Administration 3 CFS207 Organization and Community Leadership in Child and Family Organizations 3 CFS208 Child and Family Organizations: Fiscal Management and Grant Writing 3 CFS209 Child and Family Organizations: Project Management 3 + FCS250 Portfolio Development and Professional Writing 3 + FCS260 Family and Consumer Science Internship 1 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 29
  30. 30. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3059 Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM Total Credits: 63-69 CIPS Code: 31.0505 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Lewis Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) and Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-69, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Gen Ed Mathematics Requirements, Program Competencies Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training 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 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: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 38-42 EXS112 Professional Applications of Fitness Principles 3 EXS125 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 + EXS239 Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (3) OR + EXS239AA Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (1) AND + EXS239AB Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (2) OR + EXS285 Exercise Program Design and Instruction (3) 3 EXS145 Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription 3 FON100 Introductory Nutrition 3 + FON210 Sports Nutrition and Supplements for Physical Activities 3 + FON230 Nutrition for Special Populations 3 + FON247 Weight Management Theory 3 HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (3) OR BLS Health Care Provider and First Aid Certification 0-3 MGT253 Owning and Operating a Small Business 3 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 + PSY215 Introduction to Sport Psychology 3 AND 30
  31. 31. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3059 Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM Total Credits: 63-69 CIPS Code: 31.0505 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Lewis Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) and Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-69, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Gen Ed Mathematics Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training continued) Choose one of the following series for 5-6 credits: Series 1: Credits: 6 EXS212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercises and Activities 2 EXS212FL Instructional Competency Laboratory: Flexibility and Mind-Body Exercises 2 EXS212SC Instructional Competency Lab: Muscular Strength and Conditioning 2 OR Series 2: Credits: 5 EXS130 Strength Fitness-Physiological Principles and Training Techniques 3 EXS132 Cardiovascular Fitness: Physiological Principles and Training Techniques (2) OR EXS212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercise and Activities (2) 2 OR Series 3: Credits: 5 EXS132 Cardiovascular Fitness: Physiological Principles and Training Techniques (2) OR EXS212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercise and Activities (2) 2 + EXS275 Methods of Enhancing Physical Performance 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education Requirements: 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 31
  32. 32. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3059 Program Title: Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM Total Credits: 63-69 CIPS Code: 31.0505 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Lewis Instructional Council: Family and Consumer Sciences (34) and Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-69, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Gen Ed Mathematics Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Strength, Nutrition, and Personal Training continued) Oral Communication: COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading: CRE101 College Critical Reading 3 Mathematics: Any approved general education course in the Mathematics Area, except MAT102. The following courses are recommended: + 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 Sciences: BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 32
  33. 33. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5445 Program Title: Strength and Conditioning Personal Trainer Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: Shared by: CG, EM, GC, MC, PV, SC, SM Total Credits: 28-34 CIPS Code: 31.0505 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Lewis Instructional Council: Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Proposed Changes: Program Notes, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Program Competencies Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Strength and Conditioning Personal Trainer prepares students for employment in the fitness industry as Strength and Conditioning Personal Trainers/Coaches. This curriculum provides students with a fundamental knowledge of human physiology and anatomy, prevention and treatment of exercise related injuries, emergency response readiness, health appraisals and assessments; application of exercise fitness principles and strength training techniques; a fundamental knowledge of nutrition, weight control, stress management and exercise physiology, and biomechanics; skills in exercise testing and fitness measures as well as writing exercise prescriptions and program designs for diverse populations. 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: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 28-34 BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 EXS112 Professional Applications of Fitness Principles 3 EXS125 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 EXS130 Strength Fitness-Physiological Principles and Training Techniques 3 EXS145 Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription 3 + EXS275 Methods of Enhancing Physical Performance (3) OR EXS212CR Instructional Competency Laboratory: Cardiorespiratory Exercise and Activities (2) AND EXS212FL Instructional Competency Laboratory: Flexibility and Mind-Body Exercises (2) AND EXS212SC Instructional Competency Lab: Muscular Strength and Conditioning (2) 3-6 + EXS285 Exercise Program Design and Instruction (3) OR + EXS239 Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship (3) 3 HES100 Healthful Living (3) OR WED110 Principles of Physical Fitness and Wellness (3) 3 HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (3) OR BLS Health Care Provider and First Aid Certification 0-3 HES271 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 33
  34. 34. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5421 Program Title: Personal Trainer Initiating College: GC Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 16 CIPS Code: 31.0505 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Lisa Lewis Instructional Council: Exercise Science, Health & PE, Recreation & Wellness (32) Proposed Changes: Required Courses, Program Competencies Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Personal Trainer 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 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: None Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 16 EXS112 Professional Applications of Fitness Principles 3 EXS125 Introduction to Exercise Physiology 3 EXS130 Strength Fitness-Physiological Principles and Training Techniques 3 + EXS239AA Practical Applications of Personal Training Skills and Techniques Internship 1 EXS142 Introduction to the Fitness Profession 3 FON105 Nutrition Principles for Fitness Professionals 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 34
  35. 35. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3116 Program Title: Industrial Design Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 62-68 CIPS Code: 50.0404 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Dave Zamora Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57) Proposed Changes: Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, General Education Total Credits, Gen Ed Core, Gen Ed Critical Reading Credits Description: The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Industrial Design Technology prepares students for careers as technical assistants, engineering technicians or hands-on product manufacturers. This expertise will allow employment in a variety of hi-tech product development and manufacturing companies. The program includes courses designed to provide students with a working knowledge in the field of product design, product development and rapid part production. Competency and technical expertise will be learned on industry specific three-dimensional (3D) Solid Design software, Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software, 3D printers and Multi-Axis Computer Numerical Control (CNC) controlled machines. The core specialty of the program is hands- on experience with Computer Aided Design (CAD), CAM, CNC and 3D printing. 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: Math assessment score on District placement exam placing students into MAT090 or higher, or permission of department. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 0-4 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I (1) OR Equivalent experience to be determined by Program Director. 0-1 MET109 Machine Trades Print Reading (3) OR one year direct work experience with Mechanical machine drawing OR satisfactory placement on departmental placement exam. 0-3 Requird Courses: Credits: 32 + MET112 Inspection Techniques 3 + MET113 Applied Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 3 + MET231 Manufacturing Processes and Materials 3 + GTC/MET206 CNC Programming 3 + MET236AD CAD/CAM Programming for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machines: MasterCam 3 + MET246AD Advanced CAD/CAM CNC Programming: MasterCam 3 + MET266AD Solids CAD/CAM Programming Mastercam 3 + MET276AD Mastercam Certified Programmer Mill Level I: Test Preparation: CPgM1 1 + MET286AE Solid Design I: Part Modeling: SolidWorks 3 + MET288AE Solid Design II: Advanced Part Modeling: SolidWorks 3 MET292AE Solid Design III: Detailing/ GD&T/Assemblies/ Kinematics: SolidWorks 3 + MET291AE Solid Design: Certified SolidWorks Associate Test Preparation: CSWA 1 35
  36. 36. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3116 Program Title: Industrial Design Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 62-68 CIPS Code: 50.0404 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Dave Zamora Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57) Proposed Changes: Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, General Education Total Credits, Gen Ed Core, Gen Ed Critical Reading Credits (AAS in Industrial Design Technology continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 Students should select nine (9) credits from the following courses: + MET293AE Solid Design: Surface Modeling: SolidWorks 3 + MET294AE Solid Design: Sheet Metal: SolidWorks 3 + MET297AA Solid Design Internship: 3D Printing 3 + MET297AB Solid Design Internship: 4 and 5 Axis CNC 3 + MET297AC Solid Design Internship: Reverse Engineering 3 + MET297AD Solid Design Internship: Welding Fabrication 3 + MET297AE Solid Design Internship: Advanced Solid Design 3 + MET207 CNC Mill: Operator Training I 3 + MET208 CNC Lathe: Operator Training I 3 + MET220 Fundamentals of Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) 3 Free Electives: None General Education Requirements: Credits: 21-27 CORE: Credits: 12-17 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) 6 Oral Communication: + COM100 Introduction to Human Communication 3 Critical Reading: CRE101 College Critical Reading (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment 0-3 Mathematics: + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent or higher level mathematics course 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 9-10 Humanities and Fine Arts: Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 36
  37. 37. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3116 Program Title: Industrial Design Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 62-68 CIPS Code: 50.0404 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Dave Zamora Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57) Proposed Changes: Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, General Education Total Credits, Gen Ed Core, Gen Ed Critical Reading Credits (AAS in Industrial Design Technology continued) Social and Behavioral Sciences: Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area. 3 Natural Sciences: + PHY101 Introduction to Physics (4) OR + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) 3-4 37
  38. 38. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL5642 Program Title: Industrial Design Technology: Design Specialist: SolidWorks Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 25 CIPS Code: 50.0404 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Dave Zamora Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57) Proposed Changes: Restricted Elective Requirements Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Industrial Design Technology: Design Specialist: SolidWorks prepares students for careers as technical assistants, engineering technicians or hands on product designers. This expertise will allow employment in a variety of hi-tech product development and manufacturing companies. The program includes courses designed to provide students with a working knowledge in the field of product design, product development and rapid part manufacturing. Competency and technical expertise will be learned on industry specific three-dimensional 3D Solid Design software, 3D printers, and mechanical design simulation software. The core specialty of the program is hands-on experience with solid design and 3D printing. 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: Math assessment score on District placement exam placing students into MAT090 or higher, or permission of department. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 0-4 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I (1) OR Equivalent experience to be determined by program director. 0-1 MET109 Machine Trades Print Reading (3) OR one year direct work experience with Mechanical machine drawing OR satisfactory placement on departmental placement exam. 0-3 Requird Courses: Credits: 19 MET112 Inspection Techniques 3 MET113 Applied Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 3 + MET231 Manufacturing Processes and Materials 3 + MET286AE Solid Design I: Part Modeling: SolidWorks 3 + MET288AE Solid Design II: Advanced Part Modeling: SolidWorks 3 + MET292AE Solid Design III: Detailing/GD&T/Assemblies/Kinematics: SolidWorks 3 + MET291AE Solid Design: Certified SolidWorks Associate Test Preparation: CSWA 1 Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 Students should select six (6) credits from the following courses: + MET293AE Solid Design: Surface Modeling: SolidWorks 3 + MET294AE Solid Design: Sheet Metal: SolidWorks 3 + MET297AA Solid Design Internship: Three-Dimensional (3D) Printing 3 + MET297AB Solid Design Internship: 4 and 5 Axis CNC 3 + MET297AC Solid Design Internship: Reverse Engineering 3 + MET297AD Solid Design Internship: Welding Fabrication 3 + MET297AE Solid Design Internship: Advanced Solid Design 3 Free Electives: None 38
  39. 39. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3336 Program Title: Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 63-67 CIPS Code: 51.0701 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Sharon Luczu Instructional Council: Health Care Integrated Education System (16) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-67, Program Title to: Health Services Management with Clinical Research Track, Program Description, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements, Program Competencies Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Health Services Management with Clinical Research Track program has two separate tracks. The Health Services Management track prepares students to become successful supervisors and managers in all types of varied health care settings. The Clinical Research track specifically prepares students to become successful managers and leaders in the clinical research setting. Both tracks focus on the development of skills to be an effective leader and planner, capable of directing, coaching and developing motivated employees and employee teams. The Health Services Management track includes an internship in a health services setting under the direction of an on-site mentor. The Clinical Research Coordinating track includes an independent study opportunity in a research setting where the student will observe and interface with clinical research coordinators, site managers, project managers and investigators. 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: Application to the program. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 0-4 Students must select one of the following four (4) options: Option I: Currently credentialed in a health care discipline. OR Option II: Completion of an Associate in Applied Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline from a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community College District OR Option III: One year full time work experience and approval of the program director. OR Option IV: Credits: 4 Enrollment in or completion of Clinical Research Coordinating Certificate (5161) and permission of program director AND CRC120 Introduction to Clinical Research 4 39
  40. 40. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3336 Program Title: Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 63-67 CIPS Code: 51.0701 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Sharon Luczu Instructional Council: Health Care Integrated Education System (16) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-67, Program Title to: Health Services Management with Clinical Research Track, Program Description, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track continued) Requird Courses: Credits: 31-36 HSM122 Health Services Supervision 3 HSM125 Current Issues in Health Services Management 3 HSM222 Health Services Management 3 HSM226 Ethics and Legalities of Health Services Management 3 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + BPC/CIS+++++ Any BPC Business-Personal Computers OR CIS Computer Information Systems course 2 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 Students must select one of two (2) tracks: Track I: Health Services Management Emphasis: Credits: 12 + GBS233 Business Communication 3 + HSM207 Health Service Management Internship 3 MGT276 Personnel/Human Resource Management 3 CSM/TQM101 Quality Customer Service 3 Track II: Clinical Research Coordinating Emphasis: Credits: 17 For Track II students must complete or be concurrently enrolled in the Clinical Research Coordinating Certificate (5161) + CRC200 Legal and Regulatory Research Compliance 4 + CRC210 Research Design and Data Management 4 + CRC225 Clinical Research Site Budget Process 2 + CRC230 Clinical Research Coordinator Independent Study (1) 3 (CRC230 must be repeated three times) + CRC250 Clinical Research Site Management 4 Restricted Electives: 6-7 Track I: Credits: 7 Students pursuing Health Services Management emphasis should consult with the department in the selection and approval of courses meeting Restricted Electives area. 40
  41. 41. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3336 Program Title: Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 63-67 CIPS Code: 51.0701 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Sharon Luczu Instructional Council: Health Care Integrated Education System (16) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-67, Program Title to: Health Services Management with Clinical Research Track, Program Description, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track continued) Track II: Credits: 6 Students pursuing Clinical Research Coordinating emphasis should select six (6) credits from the following courses: + CRC220 Basic Genetics and Clinical Research 3 + CRC235 Introduction to Oriental Medicine and Research 2 + CRC240 Research Ethics 3 + CRC255 Introduction to Medical Devices in Clinical Evaluation 2 + CRC270 Institutional Review Board in Clinical Research 3 + CRC285 Introduction to Oncology Research 3 + CRC290 Introduction to Clinical Research Associate 3 Free Electives: None General Education Requirements: Credits: 25 CORE: Credits: 15 First-Year Composition: + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) 6 Oral Communication: COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading: + CRE10 College Critical Reading 3 Mathematics: + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR Equivalent or higher level mathematics course 3 41
  42. 42. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3336 Program Title: Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 63-67 CIPS Code: 51.0701 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Sharon Luczu Instructional Council: Health Care Integrated Education System (16) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 63-67, Program Title to: Health Services Management with Clinical Research Track, Program Description, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Required Course Credits, Required Courses, Restricted Elective Credits, Restricted Elective Requirements, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Health Service Management with Clinical Research Track continued) 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: BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) OR BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4) 4 42
  43. 43. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3480 Program Title: Automotive Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 65-68 CIPS Code: 47.0604 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Tom Goetz Instructional Council: Automotive/Diesel-Heavy Equipment Technology (18) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 65-68, Area Notes, Required Courses, Restricted Electives Requirements, General Education Total Credits, Gen Ed Core, Gen Ed Critical Reading Credits, Gen Ed Mathematics Requirements, Program Competencies Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Automotive Technology program is designed to prepare students for employment as automotive technicians (mechanics). Instruction is given in both the theoretical and practical aspects of automotive operation, maintenance and service. Instruction includes directed systems (both conventional and electronic), brakes, air conditioning, automotive electricity, tune-up and emission control, suspension, and steering systems. Modern laboratory facilities, fully equipped with the latest equipment, provide students with excellent opportunities for pre-employment experience. The program is Master Certified in Automotive Service Excellence by National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation. 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 Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 42 AUT103AA Automotive Electrical Systems 6 AUT104AA Automotive Fuel Systems 3 AUT105AA Engine Performance and Diagnosis 3 AUT106AC Engine Overhaul and Reconditioning: Heads and Valves 3 AUT107AA Automotive Air Conditioning 3 AUT108AA Front-End Suspension, Steering and Alignment 6 AUT109AA Automotive Brake Systems 3 AUT110AA Automotive Transmissions and Power Trains 3 AUT123AA Automatic Transmissions 4 AUT130 Automotive Quick Service 3 AUT203 Electrical Accessories 3 AUT240 Hybrid Vehicle Overview 2 Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 Student should select six (6) credits from the following courses: AUT101 Internal Combustion Engines Theory 3 + AUT210 Automotive Emission Systems 3 + AUT233 Computerized Engine Control Systems 3 + AUT270AC Automotive Technology Internship 3 + AUT296++ Any Cooperative Education course 2-4 AUT298AC Special Projects 3 Free Electives: None 43
  44. 44. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3480 Program Title: Automotive Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 65-68 CIPS Code: 47.0604 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Tom Goetz Instructional Council: Automotive/Diesel-Heavy Equipment Technology (18) Proposed Changes: Total Program Credits to: 65-68, Area Notes, Required Courses, Restricted Electives Requirements, General Education Total Credits, Gen Ed Core, Gen Ed Critical Reading Credits, Gen Ed Mathematics Requirements, Program Competencies (AAS in Automotive Technology continued) General Education Requirements: Credits: 17-20 CORE: Credits: 12-15 First-Year Composition: + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG111 Technical and Professional Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication: Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 Critical Reading: + CRE101 College Critical Reading (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Technology (3) OR Equivalent by assessment 0-3 Mathematics: + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR Equivalent or higher level mathematics course 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 5 Humanities and Fine Arts: Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences: Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area. 3 Natural Sciences: Met by AUT103AA AND AUT107AA AND AUT110AA in Required Course area. 0 44
  45. 45. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: CCL/5480 Program Title: Automotive Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 48 CIPS Code: 47.0604 Overall G.P.A: 2.00 Faculty Initiator: Tom Goetz Instructional Council: Automotive/Diesel-Heavy Equipment Technology (18) Proposed Changes: Program Description, Area Notes, Required Courses, Restricted Elective Requirements, Program Competencies Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Automotive Technology is designed to prepare individuals to work as technicians in new car dealerships. New technologies incorporated in the automotive industry require skills in all major components of automotive servicing. Individuals may select Nissan specific, Toyota specific or general dealership laboratory experiences as alternative for cooperative education. 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 Program Prerequisites: None Requird Courses: Credits: 42 AUT103AA Automotive Electrical Systems 6 AUT104AA Automotive Fuel Systems 3 AUT105AA Engine Performance and Diagnosis 3 AUT106AC Engine Overhaul and Reconditioning: Heads and Valves 3 AUT107AA Automotive Air Conditioning 3 AUT108AA Front-End Suspension, Steering and Alignment 6 AUT109AA Automotive Brake Systems 3 AUT110AA Automotive Transmissions and Power Trains 3 AUT123AA Automatic Transmissions 4 AUT130 Automotive Quick Service 3 AUT203 Electrical Accessories 3 AUT240 Hybrid Vehicle Overview 2 Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 Student should select six (6) credits from the following courses: AUT101 Internal Combustion Engines Theory 3 + AUT210 Automotive Emission Systems 3 + AUT233 Computerized Engine Control Systems 3 + AUT270AC Automotive Technology Internship 3 + AUT296++ Any Cooperative Education course 2-4 AUT298AC Special Projects 3 Free Electives: None 45
  46. 46. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3688 Program Title: Nuclear Medicine Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 81-84 CIPS Code: 51.0905 Overall G.P.A: 2.40 Faculty Initiator: Jeanne Dial Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Proposed Changes: Area Notes, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Nuclear Medicine Technology is designed to prepare students to function as competent members of the healthcare team in the role of nuclear medicine technologists. Employment opportunities exist in hospitals, medical offices and ambulatory clinics. Upon completion of the program, the student will be eligible to apply for the certifying board examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology [ARRT (N)], the nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and Arizona State Licensure. The curriculum is structured to provide appropriate didactic instruction, as well as ample supervised clinical exposure, to assure sufficient opportunity to achieve all didactic and clinical requirements. Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program + indicates course has prerequisites and/or Corequisites Failure to comply in any DMI, HCC, or NUC course will result in immediate dismissal from the program. Students with other related health care experiences not listed in the following Program Prerequisites may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924. Admission Criteria: Health Care Provider CPR card required. Formal application and acceptance into the program. Student must provide a copy of their national certification or license in one of the following professions: • Radiologic Technologist (RT) • Registered Nurse (RN) • Respiratory Therapist (RRT) • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (ARDMS) Or hold an associate's degree or higher from an accredited institution. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 10-30.5 BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology(4) OR + BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4) AND + BIO202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4) OR National Certification or License as indicated in Admission Criteria (0) 0-8 NUC100 Introduction to Nuclear Medicine Technology (1) OR National Certification or License as indicated in Admission Criteria (0) 0-1 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (.05) AND HCC130AB Workplace Behaviors in Health Care (0.5) AND HCC130AC Personal Wellness and Safety (0.5) AND HCC130AD Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Organizations (0.5) AND HCC130AE Legal Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND HCC130AF Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5) OR National Certification or License as indicated in Admission Criteria (0) 0-3 46
  47. 47. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3688 Program Title: Nuclear Medicine Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 81-84 CIPS Code: 51.0905 Overall G.P.A: 2.40 Faculty Initiator: Jeanne Dial Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Proposed Changes: Area Notes, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements (AAS in Nuclear Medicine Technology continued) HCC145 Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers (3) OR HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers (2) OR National Certification or License as indicated in Admission Criteria (0) 0-3 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) 4 EMT/HCC/RES109 CPR for Health Care Provider (0.5) OR American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR certification (0) 0-0.5 + MAT152 College Algebra/Functions OR Higher level mathematics course 3 + PHY101 Introduction to Physics (4) OR + PHS110 Fundamental Physical Science (4) OR + DMI105 Fundamentals of Radiation Physics (3) OR + PHY111 General Physics I (4) AND + PHY112 General Physics II (4) 3-8 Requird Courses: Credits: 67 + DMI/ICE220 Sectional Anatomy 3 + HCC200 Basic Client Care for Allied Health 0.5 + NUC110 Radiation Safety for Nuclear Medicine 2 + NUC112 Fundamentals of Nuclear Medicine Lab 1 + NUC114 Fundamentals of Nuclear Medicine 3 + NUC116 Nuclear Medicine Imaging I 3 + NUC120 Radiopharmaceutical/pharmaceutical Administration for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist 1.5 + NUC122 Nuclear Medicine Imaging I Lab 1 + NUC124AA Nuclear Medicine Theory I: Part A 1.5 + NUC124AB Nuclear Medicine Theory I: Part B 1.5 + NUC126 Nuclear Medicine Imaging II 3 + NUC140 Clinical Pathology for Diagnostic Imaging 3 + NUC150 Fundamentals of Computed Tomography 2 + NUC170AA Nuclear Medicine Cardiac Imaging I 1.5 + NUC170AB Nuclear Medicine Cardiac Imaging II 1.5 + NUC212 Clinical Practicum I 2 + NUC213 Nuclear Medicine Image Evaluation I 1 + NUC222 Clinical Practicum II 3 + NUC223 Nuclear Medicine Image Evaluation II 1 + NUC232 Clinical Practicum III 3 + NUC233 Nuclear Medicine Image Evaluation III 1 + NUC234 Nuclear Medicine Theory II 2 47
  48. 48. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3688 Program Title: Nuclear Medicine Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 81-84 CIPS Code: 51.0905 Overall G.P.A: 2.40 Faculty Initiator: Jeanne Dial Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Proposed Changes: Area Notes, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements (AAS in Nuclear Medicine Technology continued) + NUC236 Nuclear Medicine Imaging III 3 + NUC242 Clinical Practicum IV 3 + NUC243 Nuclear Medicine Image Evaluation IV 1 + NUC244 Nuclear Medicine Theory III 3 + NUC252 Clinical Practicum V 3 + NUC253 Nuclear Medicine Image Evaluation V 1 NUC262 Capstone Practicum 2 + NUC270 Nuclear Medicine Scientific Method 1 + NUC272 Cardiac Practicum 2 + NUC280 Nuclear Medicine PET and PET/CT 3 + NUC290 Nuclear Medicine Certification Preparation Seminar 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education Requirements: Credits: 14-17 CORE: Credits: 9-12 First-Year Composition: + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG111 Technical and Professional Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication: Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication area. 3 COM110 OR (COM110AA AND COM110AB AND COM110AC) recommended, but not required. Critical Reading: + Any approved general education course from the Critical Reading area OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment 0-3 Mathematics: Met by MAT152 OR Satisfactory completion of higher level mathematics course in Program Prerequisites area 0 48
  49. 49. ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATION: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/22/10 Award/Major Code: AAS/3688 Program Title: Nuclear Medicine Technology Initiating College: GW Effective Term: 2010 Fall Program Availability: College Specific Total Credits: 81-84 CIPS Code: 51.0905 Overall G.P.A: 2.40 Faculty Initiator: Jeanne Dial Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Proposed Changes: Area Notes, Program Prerequisite Credits, Program Prerequisites, Gen Ed Critical Reading Requirements (AAS in Nuclear Medicine Technology continued) DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 5 Humanities and Fine Arts: Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences: Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area. PSY101 recommended, but not required. 3 Natural Sciences: Met by BIO160 OR CHM130 OR PHY101 OR PHS110 in Program Prerequisites area. 0 49

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