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Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 28, 2005

  1. 1. ACTION ITEM Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 28, 2005 Item Number 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. DCO Revision 06/29/05: The CCL/Practical Nursing/5957 and CCL/Nurse Assisting/5963 program descriptions were corrected to add the Practical Nursing Pathway and Nurse Assisting Pathway, respectively. This is an adjustment to the original Board item. Justification Funding Approvals/Certifications Source: Chancellor ______________________       Academic Affairs_______________________ Account Identification: Business Services_______________________       Human Resources_________ITS __________ Student Dev. & Com. Affairs______________ College President _______________________
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  3. 3. June 28, 2005 MCCCD Governing Board Action Items Curriculum Summary COURSE PROPOSALS: Course Modifications to Year/Term End (deletions)……….…………………………………….……..…page 6 GWCC CRP110, CRP112, CRP114, CRP116, CRP210, CRP212, CRP214 Course Modifications….….……………………………………………………………………………..…...….page 7 GWCC BPC101AA, BPC101BA, BPC101CA, BPC109AA, BPC109AB, DMI103, ITS100, ITS230, NUR161PN, NUR167PN, NUR169PN, NUR181PN, NUR189PN MCC EDU210, EDU217, EDU225, EDU243, EDU247, JRN125, SBU200 PC EMT240, EMT241, EMT255AA, EMT264 SCC TCM134, TCM135, TCM136 PVCC BPC121AB, CIS121AB New Courses……….……………………………………………………………………………….……….…page 26 GCC ASB234 MCC BIO244, BPC101AC, EDU233, EDU251 PC BIO249, TDP110 GWCC CNT181, CNT183, CNT184, CNT187, CRC240, CRC270, HEO124, HEO216, ITS297, RTT101, RTT110, RTT115, RTT120, RTT130, RTT131, RTT132, RTT140, RTT141, RTT145, RTT150, RTT151, RTT156, RTT160 RSC EED200, EED212, EED215, EED220, EED222, EED255, EED260, EED261, EED278, IGS294, PHT120 SCC REC230 PVCC BPC120AJ, BPC120AK, CIS120AJ, CIS120AK EMCC CIS127DL, CIS239DA, CIS239DB, CIS239DC Experimental Courses……………………….………………………………………………….……………..page 38 GCC NCE199GA (Curriculum Summary continued next page) 3
  4. 4. PROGRAM PROPOSALS: Modified Academic Programs (APM)…………..……………………………………………..………....….page 39 PC AC/6206 Women’s Studies New Occupational Programs (NOP).………………………………………………….…………..………...page 40 GWCC CCL/5461 Computed Tomography CCL/5465 Information Security Forensics Shared: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, (GWCC), SMCC CCL/5457 Information Security Wireless Networks Shared: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, (GWCC), SMCC CCL/5453 Radiation Therapy PVCC CCL5466 Journalism Shared: CGCC, GCC, PC, (PVCC), SCC, SMCC SCC CCL/5469 Recreation Management Shared: MCC, PC, (SCC) AAS/3053 Recreation Management Shared: MCC, PC, (SCC) Occupational Program Modifications (OPM)..………………………………………………………..……page 53 CGCC CCL/5644 Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Core Level CCL/5024 Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Expert Level AAS/3548 Microcomputer Business Applications AAS/3778 Microsoft Networking Technology Shared: (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), PVCC, RSC (Mor), SCC CCL/5473 Microsoft Desktop Support Technology* Shared: (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC CCL/5957 Practical Nursing Shared: (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC CCL/5963 Nurse Assisting Shared: (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC AAS/3812 Nursing Shared: (GCC), GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC GCC CCL/5371 Law Enforcement Training Academy AAS/3118 Retail Management (Curriculum Summary continued next page) 4
  5. 5. GWCC CCL/5161 Clinical Research Coordinating CCL/5114 Fast Track Practical Nursing AAS/3039 Information Security Shared: (GWCC), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, PC, SMCC CCL/5388 Information Security Administration Shared: (GWCC), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, SMCC AAS/3675 Physical Therapist Assisting AAS/3582 Medical Radiography CCL/5673 Surgical Technology AAS/3673 Surgical Technology MCC CCL/5482 Advanced Interior Design Shared: (MCC), PC CCL/5417 Basic Firefighter AAS/3852 Business CCL/5477 Project Management* CCL/5147 Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced CCL/5146 Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic AAS/3018 Emergency Management Shared: GCC, GWCC, (MCC), PVCC, SMCC, RSC (Mor), CGCC (Mor) CCL/5126 ESL Endorsement Shared: (MCC), PC AAS/3416 Fire Science Technology CCL/5997 Office Software Applications Specialist: Level I CCL/5231 Office Software Applications Specialist: Level II AAS/3107 Police Science Shared: MCC, (SCC) PC CCL/5268 Basic Emergency Medical Technology CCL/5264 Dental Assisting AAS/3264 Dental Assisting AAS/3831 Dental Hygiene Shared: (PC), RSC CCL/5682 Hazardous Materials Response CCL/5448 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Level I* PVCC CCL/5865 Computer Information Systems AAS/3786 Computer Information Systems AAS/3836 Early Childhood Education Occupational Program Modifications to Year/Term End (deletions) (OPD)…………………………page 153 MCC CCL/5211 Police Science I CCL/5106 Police Science II New Academic Programs (NAP)……………..…….…………………………………...……………….….page 155 DW AAFA/8105 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Art AAFA/8103 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance AAFA/8107 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre Note: * indicates new “spin off” occupational program introduced via OPM process Note: Primary institutions are enclosed in parenthesis. 5
  6. 6. CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: COURSES FOR JUNE 28, 2005 MODIFICATIONS-CHANGE IN: NEW COURSES COLLEGE TOTALS End Term Course Elements/Modules District 0 0 0 0 Phoenix 0 4 2 6 Glendale 0 0 1/1** 1/1** Gateway 7 13 23 43 Mesa 0 7 4 11 Scottsdale 0 3 1 4 Rio Salado 0 0 11 11 South Mountain 0 0 0 0 Chandler/Gilbert 0 0 0 0 Paradise Valley 0 2 4 6 Estrella Mountain 0 0 4 4 COURSE TOTALS 7 29 50/1** 86/1** **Exp = Experimental Courses CURRICULUM ACTIVITY: PROGRAMS FOR JUNE 28, 2005 OPD APD OPM/*Spin Off APM NAP NOP COLLEGE TOTALS District 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Phoenix 0 0 8/1* 1 0 3 11/1* Glendale 0 0 6/1* 0 0 3 9/1* Gateway 0 0 10/1* 0 0 4 14/1* Mesa 2 0 11/2* 0 0 2 16/2* Scottsdale 0 0 2/1* 0 0 3 5/1* Rio Salado 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 South Mountain 0 0 3 0 0 3 6 Chandler/Gilbert 0 0 6/1* 0 0 3 9/1* Paradise Valley 0 0 5/1* 0 0 1 6/1* Estrella Mountain 0 0 3/1* 0 0 2 5/1* PROGRAM TOTALS 2 0 59/9* 1 0 24 86/9* NOTE: Program attachments use strikeovers to signify deletion of program information. Text in bold print signifies additions to the program. 6
  7. 7. ATTACHMENT: CD COURSE DELETIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 X-REF TYPE COLLEGE PREFIX TITLE EFF.END OF O GWCC CRP110 Carpentry: History, Safety and Tools 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP112 Technical Calculations for Carpenters 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP114 Blueprint Reading for Carpentry 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP116 Concrete Formwork for Carpentry 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP210 Carpentry: Basic Framing 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP212 Scaffolding, Rigging, Level and Transit 2005 Spring O GWCC CRP214 Interior Systems 2005 Spring X=Displays current course cross-reference with proposed deletion. The cross-referencing of courses is eliminated per effective “end of” term noted above. 7
  8. 8. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM LEC 1.0 2.0 Microcomputer software applications for the IBM personal computer, including electronic spreadsheet and word processing, keyboarding review, and a desktop environment. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description. BPC101AA Introduction to Computers I LEC 1.0 2.0 Computer software applications for the personal computer, including electronic spreadsheet and word processing, keyboarding review, and a desktop environment. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: BPC101BA Introduction to Microcomputers II: IBM LEC 1.0 1.0 Microcomputer software applications for the IBM personal computer, including database management, computer graphics, electronic spreadsheet, and word processing, and operating system commands. Prerequisites: BPC101AA. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description. BPC101BA Introduction to Computers II LEC 1.0 1.0 Computer software applications for the personal computer, including database management, computer graphics, electronic spreadsheet, and word processing, and operating system commands. Prerequisites: BPC101AA. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: BPC101CA Introduction to Microcomputers III: IBM LEC 1.0 1.0 Individualized advanced applications of software selected to solve specific problems on the IBM. Prerequisites: BPC101BA or permission of instructor. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description. BPC101CA Introduction to Computers III LEC 1.0 1.0 Individualized advanced applications of software selected to solve specific problems on the personal computer. Prerequisites: BPC101BA or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 8
  9. 9. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: BPC109AA Using IBM Powerpoint: Level I LEC 0.5 0.5 Use of IBM Powerpoint software to create, modify and display presentations on a microcomputer. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description. BPC109AA Using PowerPoint: Level I LEC 0.5 0.5 Use of PowerPoint software to create, modify and display presentations on a microcomputer. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: BPC109AB Using IBM Powerpoint: Level II LEC 0.5 0.5 Use of IBM Powerpoint software to enhance presentations by adding charts, inserting imported graphics, and using special effects. Prerequisites: BPC109AA. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description. BPC109AB Using PowerPoint: Level II LEC 0.5 0.5 Use of PowerPoint software to enhance presentations by adding charts, inserting imported graphics, and using special effects. Prerequisites: BPC109AA. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: BPC121AB MS-DOS Operating System L+L 1.0 2.0 X CIS121AB Use of the MS-DOS operating system: basic concepts, internal and external commands, subdirectories, and editor. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competencies, Outline. BPC121AB Microsoft Command Line Operations L+L 1.0 2.0 X CIS121AB Use of the Microsoft command line within windows: basic concepts, internal and external commands, subdirectories, and editor. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 9
  10. 10. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System L+L 1.0 2.0 X BPC121AB Use of the MS-DOS operating system: basic concepts, internal and external commands, subdirectories, and editor. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competencies, Outline. CIS121AB Microsoft Command Line Operations L+L 1.0 2.0 X BPC121AB Use of the Microsoft command line within windows: basic concepts, internal and external commands, subdirectories, and editor. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: DMI103 Radiographic Processing LEC 1.0 1.0 Comprehensive instruction in darkroom chemistry, equipment, and techniques. Discussion of the automatic, daylight, and laser processing procedure that renders physical and chemical changes as a visible radiographic image. Prerequisites: Permission of program director. PROPOSED: Change in: Activity Type From: Lec To: L+L, Credits From: 1 To: 1.5, Periods From: 1 To: 2.5, Load From: 1 To: 2.2, Competencies, Outline. DMI103 Radiographic Processing L+L 1.5 2.5 Comprehensive instruction in darkroom chemistry, equipment, and techniques. Discussion of the automatic, daylight, and laser processing procedure that renders physical and chemical changes as a visible radiographic image. Prerequisites: Permission of program director. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 10
  11. 11. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EDU210 Methods for Working with the ESL Student LEC 3.0 3.0 Strategies for working with the ESL(English as a Second Language) student in language arts, science, math, social studies, and culture. Components of curriculum content and tutoring techniques emphasized. Designed for pre- baccalaureate students. Prerequisites: EDU225, or permission of instructor. Course Note: Requires fifteen (15) hours of field experience in an elementary or secondary classroom environment. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisites, Competencies, Outline. EDU210 Methods for Working with the ESL Student LEC 3.0 3.0 Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas using English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of curriculum content, teaching strategies, development/evaluation/adaptation of teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers multiple assessment techniques, tracking of student progress using the Stanford English Language Proficiency (SELP), and use of assessment results for placement and accommodation. Prerequisites: EDU225, or permission of department. Course Note: Requires fifteen (15) hours of field experience in an elementary or secondary classroom environment. This course meets the Arizona Department of Education requirement for the full SEI Endorsement. Designed for undergraduate students. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 11
  12. 12. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EDU217 Methods for the Structured English Immersion LEC 3.0 3.0 (SEI)/ESL Student Methods of developing lesson plans in language arts, science, math, social studies, and culture for the English Language Learner (ELL) student. Emphasis on components of curriculum content, teaching techniques, development and evaluation of teaching materials. Approved school-based practicum required. Prerequisites: Formal admission to a state approved undergraduate teacher preparation program and EDU225. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline, Course Notes. EDU217 Methods for the Structured English Immersion LEC 3.0 3.0 (SEI)/ESL Student Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas to meet English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of curriculum content, teaching strategies, development and evaluation/adaptation of teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers multiple assessment techniques, tracking of student progress using the Stanford English Language Proficiency (SELP), and use of assessment results for placement and accommodation. Prerequisites: Formal admission to a state approved undergraduate teacher preparation program and EDU225. Course Note: Approved school-based practicum is required. This course meets the Arizona Department of Education requirement for the full SEI Endorsement. Designed for undergraduate students. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 12
  13. 13. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EDU225 Foundations of Approaches to Serving English LEC 3.0 3.0 Language Learners (ELL) Rationale for and current educational and legal issues for English Language Learners (ELL). Comparison and evaluation of various types of language educational models including Structured English Immersion (SEI), English as a Second Language (ESL) and bilingual. Approved school-based practicum experience. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competencies, Outline, Course Notes. EDU225 Foundations for Serving English Language LEC 3.0 3.0 Learners (ELL) Rationale for and current educational and legal issues for English Language Learners (ELL). Comparison and evaluation of various types of language educational models including Structured English Immersion (SEI), English as a Second Language (ESL) and bilingual. Prerequisites: None. Course Note: Approved school-based practicum is required. This course meets the Arizona Department of Education requirement for the provisional SEI Endorsement. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: EDU243 Reading and Writing in a Structured English LEC 3.0 3.0 Immersion (SEI) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Setting Introduction to Structured English Immersion (SEI) and English as a Second Language (ESL) terminology, second language acquisition theories and reading terminology. Teaching techniques, strategies, and learning activities as well as reading comprehension skills and writing skills covered. Prerequisites: EDU225 and must hold a provisional or standard elementary, secondary or special education teaching certificate. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competencies, Outline. EDU243 Reading and Writing in an English as a Second LEC 3.0 3.0 Language (ESL)/Bilingual Setting Introduction to English as a Second Language (ESL) terminology, second language acquisition theories and reading terminology. Teaching techniques, strategies, and learning activities as well as reading comprehension skills and writing skills covered. Prerequisites: EDU225 and must hold a provisional or standard elementary, secondary or special education teaching certificate. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 13
  14. 14. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EDU247 Practicum for Structured English Immersion LEC 3.0 3.0 (SEI)/English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers Provides an opportunity to receive guided practical, on-site experience working with English Language Learners (ELL). Requires observations of ELL students in a variety of settings, evaluation of teaching techniques, and critical review of academic standards as they relate to Structured English Immersion (SEI)/English as a Second Language (ESL) learners. Prerequisites: (EDU225 and EDU230 and ENG213), and (EDU228 or EDU240 or EDU241), and must hold a provisional or standard elementary, secondary or special education teaching certificate. PROPOSED: Change in: Title, Description, Competencies, Outline. EDU247 Practicum for English as a Second Language LEC 3.0 3.0 (ESL) /Bilingual Teachers Provides an opportunity to receive guided practical, on-site experience working with English Language Learners (ELL). Requires observations of ELL students in a variety of settings, evaluation of teaching techniques, and critical review of academic standards as they relate to English as a Second Language (ESL) learners. Prerequisites: (EDU225 and EDU230 and ENG213), and (EDU228 or EDU240 or EDU241), and must hold a provisional or standard elementary, secondary or special education teaching certificate. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 14
  15. 15. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EMT240 Advanced Cardiac Life Support LEC 2.0 2.0 Didactic and psychomotor skills training and validation in techniques of Advanced Cardiac Life Support according to the 1994 Standards and Guidelines of the American Heart Association. Includes endotracheal intubation, ECG arrhythmia recognition, synchronized, unsynchronized and automated defibrillation, cardiovascular pharmacology, and electronic pacemaker. For all health-care related professionals, clinical and prehospital. Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross or American Heart Association Basic Life Support Health Care Provider validation, or National Safety Council Green Cross Professional Rescuer, EMT235, EMT236, or permission of instructor. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisites, Competencies, Outline. EMT240 Advanced Cardiac Life Support LEC 2.0 2.0 Designed to provide the healthcare professional with comprehensive information to identify emergency cardiovascular care and protocols for the patient in cardiac arrest, post-resuscitative patient management, and core cases in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) according to current Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care 2004. Includes the ACLS approach to cardiovascular emergencies, elements of emergency cardiovascular care, ethical and legal issues, airway assessment and management, ventilation techniques, oxygen therapy, intravenous therapy, analyzing and interpreting the electrocardiogram (ECG), analyzing and interpreting the 12-lead ECG, myocardial ischemia, injury, and infarction, electrical interventions, cardiovascular pharmacology, acute coronary syndromes, emergency cardiovascular care algorithms, acute stroke and transient ischemic attack, and special resuscitation situations. Prerequisites: Current validation in Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider/Professional Rescuer and (EMT235 and EMT236, or permission of instructor). Type: O College: PC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 15
  16. 16. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EMT241 Adv Cardiac Life Support Refresher L+L 0.5 0.5 Designed for all levels of emergency medical technicians, nurses, physicians, and physicians' assistants to assure maintenance of didactic and psychomotor skill training in techniques of Advanced Cardiac Life Support according to the 1994 Standards and Guidelines of the American Heart Association. Includes endotracheal intubation, ECG arrhythmia recognition, synchronized, unsynchronized and automated defibrillation, cardiovascular pharmacology, and electronic pacemaker. Prerequisites: Current American Red Cross or American Heart Association Basic Life Support Health Care Provider validation, current validation in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, EMT240, or permission of instructor. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisites, Competencies, Outline. EMT241 Adv Cardiac Life Support Refresher L+L 0.5 0.5 Designed to provide the healthcare professional with a review and updated information in emergency cardiovascular care and protocols for the patient in cardiac arrest, post-resuscitative patient management, and core cases in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) according to current Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care 2004. Includes the ACLS approach to cardiovascular emergencies, elements of emergency cardiovascular care, ethical and legal issues, review and validation of the techniques of airway assessment and management, ventilation techniques, oxygen therapy, intravenous therapy, analyzing and interpreting the electrocardiogram (ECG), analyzing and interpreting the 12-lead ECG, myocardial ischemia, injury, and infarction, electrical interventions, cardiovascular pharmacology, acute coronary syndromes, emergency cardiovascular care algorithms, acute stroke and transient ischemic attack, and special resuscitation situations. Prerequisites: (Current validation in Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider/Professional Rescuer or EMT240) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 16
  17. 17. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EMT255AA Instructional Strategies for EMT Occupations LEC 1.0 1.0 Participative course to prepare all levels of EMT and/or nurses as instructors in EMT programs. Includes writing objectives, preparing class and course schedules, reviewing Arizona Department of Transportation Rules and Regulations, preparing for lecture, developing and using AV (audio visual) aides, processing assignments and exams, classroom discipline, counseling, and student/instructor evaluation methods. Prerequisites: Arizona Department of Health Services certification as a Basic EMT, or Intermediate EMT, or Advanced EMT (Paramedic), or Arizona registered nurse with two-years experience in emergency nursing. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 1.0 To: 2.0, Periods From: 1.0 To: 2.0, Load From: 1.0 To: 2.0, Description, Prerequisites, Competencies, Outline. EMT255AA Instructional Strategies for EMT Occupations LEC 2.0 2.0 Teaching skill preparation for entry-level Emergency Medical Services (EMS) educators and EMT instructor candidates to teach EMT courses or enhancement of teaching skills for experienced EMS instructors according to the Arizona Department of Health Services (A-DHS) Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) and national guidelines. Includes instructor roles and responsibilities; administrative, legal, and ethical issues; learning environments and styles; domains of learning, including goals, objectives, and lesson planning; techniques for facilitation, presentations, evaluation, and discipline; principles of communication and feedback, student motivation, critical thinking, and remediation; cultural awareness; teaching resources; and research in EMS education. Prerequisites: (Arizona Department of Health Services certification as a Basic EMT, or Intermediate EMT, or Advanced EMT (Paramedic), or Arizona registered nurse with two-years experience in emergency nursing, or licensed physician or physician assistant), or permission of instructor. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2006 Spring __________________________________________________________________________ 17
  18. 18. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: EMT264 Vascular Access for EMTs L+L 1.0 1.0 Includes review of anatomy of the circulatory system. Skills include peripheral intravenous cannulation techniques, fluid resuscitation, obtaining venous blood samples for laboratory analysis, infection control techniques for the safety of self and victim, and complications of intravenous cannulation; each and all with medical control. Content concurrent with American College of Surgeons Division of Trauma Standards of Care. Prerequisites: EMT-Basic or registered nurse with emergency and/or critical care experience. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Prerequisites. EMT264 Vascular Access for EMTs L+L 1.0 1.0 Includes review of anatomy of the circulatory system. Skills include peripheral intravenous cannulation techniques, fluid resuscitation, obtaining venous blood samples for laboratory analysis, infection control techniques for the safety of self and victim, and complications of intravenous cannulation; each and all with medical control. Content concurrent with American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, Standards of Care. Prerequisites: (EMT-Basic or registered nurse with emergency department experience or licensed physician or physician assistant) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: ITS100 Information Security Awareness LEC 2.0 2.0 Computer and network security topics, including network communication. Includes security policy, implementation of basic security measures, the importance of backups and the value of protecting intellectual property. Real- life examples and practical projects to reinforce the need for computer security. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 2 To: 1, Load From: 2 To: 1.7. ITS100 Information Security Awareness LEC 1.0 2.0 Computer and network security topics, including network communication. Includes security policy, implementation of basic security measures, the importance of backups and the value of protecting intellectual property. Real- life examples and practical projects to reinforce the need for computer security. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 18
  19. 19. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: ITS230 Deploying Snort Intrusion Detection System (IDS) L+L 1.0 2.0 Intrusion Detection System (IDS). Examination of network intrusion detection concepts, principles and practices. Study of the mechanics and behaviors of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Creation of filters and rules for network monitoring. Analysis of packet structure. Evaluation of intrusion detection system architectures. Detection and analysis of scans, vulnerabilities, exploits, and attacks. Identification of countermeasures. Architectural considerations for intrusion detection systems. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of instructor. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 1 To: 3, Periods From: 2 To: 4, Load From: 1.7 To: 3.7, Competencies, Outline. ITS230 Deploying Snort Intrusion Detection System (IDS) L+L 3.0 4.0 Intrusion Detection System (IDS). Examination of network intrusion detection concepts, principles and practices. Study of the mechanics and behaviors of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Creation of filters and rules for network monitoring. Analysis of packet structure. Evaluation of intrusion detection system architectures. Detection and analysis of scans, vulnerabilities, exploits, and attacks. Identification of countermeasures. Architectural considerations for intrusion detection systems. Prerequisites: ITS110 or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: JRN125 Photo Editing L+L 3.0 3.0 Basic techniques of photo composition and editing for media reproduction. Use of cropping tools and proportion wheel. Reading contact prints and negatives. Organizing photo staff, darkroom and assignments. Effect of color vs. black and white. Basic techniques of photo essay, photo page and photo story. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline. JRN125 Photo Editing L+L 3.0 3.0 Basic techniques of photo composition and editing for media reproduction. Teach how to crop and size photographs. Use of photo editing and design software in paginating a newspaper page on the computer. The effect and impact of color vs. black and white photographs. Basic techniques of photo essay, photo page and photo story and/or multimedia news products and the impact of photos on typography. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 19
  20. 20. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: NUR161PN Nursing Process and Critical Thinking I LEC 5.0 5.0 Overview of nursing concepts and theories focusing on meeting basic human needs across the life span based on the wellness/illness continuum within the practical nurse scope of practice. Includes concepts of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology of selected disease processes, microbiology, and nutrition as foundations of nursing care. Theoretical concepts focus on care of the well client, elder client, and clients with selected alterations in health and psychological/ mental health disorders. Emphasis on the role of the practical nurse in the nursing care plan utilizing established nursing diagnoses. Focus on the development of the critical thinking process related to nursing care of clients in acute care and community settings. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline. NUR161PN Nursing Process and Critical Thinking I LEC 5.0 5.0 Overview of the role of the practical nurse in care of clients. Role of the practical nurse as manager of care, provider of care, and member of profession. Includes introduction of the core values of the nursing program, nursing history, standards, and scope of practice of the practical nurse. Overview of nursing concepts and theories focusing on meeting basic human needs across the life span based on the wellness/illness continuum with emphasis on care of the elderly. Includes concepts of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, microbiology, and nutrition of selected disease processes foundations of nursing care. Theoretical concepts focus on care of the well client, elder client, and clients with selected alterations in health and psychological/mental health disorders. Emphasis on the role of the practical nurse in the nursing care plan utilizing established plans of care. Focus on the development of the critical thinking process related to nursing care of clients. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 20
  21. 21. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: NUR167PN Pharmacology and Medication Administration L+L 3.0 5.0 Basic pharmacology knowledge and skills to administer medications. Emphasis on developing the role of the nurse using critical thinking skills for safe practice in the administration of medications. Introduction and application of mathematical concepts to drug dosage calculations. Overview of selected drug classifications and groupings. Emphasis on principles of drug metabolism and effects, interactions and adverse reactions, and nursing implications for safe practice. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. PROPOSED: Change in: Activity Type From: L+L To: Lec, Credits From: 3 To: 2, Periods From: 5 To: 2, Load From: 4.4 To: 2, Description, Competencies, Outline. NUR167PN Pharmacology and Medication Administration LEC 2.0 2.0 Overview of selected drug classifications and groupings. Emphasis on principles of drug metabolism and effects, interactions and adverse reactions, and nursing implications for safe practice. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 21
  22. 22. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: NUR169PN Nursing Science I LAB 3.0 9.0 Development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nursing skills and procedures. Participation in the care of clients experiencing problems of alteration in health and selected mental health disorders. Clinical practice experiences with individuals and families in a variety of acute and community settings. Includes application of nursing process to care of elderly clients in acute and long-term care. Application of holistic nursing concepts and theories related to health promotion, disease/illness prevention, and health restoration of individuals. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 3 To: 5, Periods From: 9 To: 15, Load From: 7.2 To: 12, Description, Competencies, Outline. NUR169PN Nursing Science I LAB 5.0 15.0 Development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nursing skills and procedures. Emphasis on basic data collection skills and promotion of wellness by using holistic nursing principles for clients. Includes use of healthy life style strategies for health promotion. Basic pharmacology knowledge and skills to administer medications. Emphasis on developing the role of the practical nurse using critical thinking skills for safe practice in the administration of medications. Introduction and application of mathematical concepts to drug dosage calculations. Participation in the care of clients experiencing problems of alteration in health and selected mental health disorders. Application of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, microbiology, and nutrition to health promotion, disease/illness prevention, and health restoration of individuals. Emphasis on care of the elderly client in long term care. Introduction of care of clients and families in acute and community settings. Prerequisites: Admission into the Fast Track Practical Nursing Program. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 22
  23. 23. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: NUR181PN Nursing Process and Critical Thinking II LEC 5.0 5.0 Focus on nursing concepts and theories to meet basic human needs across the life span based on the wellness/illness continuum. Includes concepts of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and concepts of clinical nutrition to care of clients across the lifespan. Emphasis on the nursing process related to pediatric and adult clients with selected alterations in health. Introduction to care of the well childbearing client and childbearing family. Role of the practical nurse in planning nursing care and applying established nursing diagnoses for clients. Emphasis on the utilization of critical thinking processes related to nursing care of clients in acute care and community settings. Prerequisites: NUR161PN. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline. NUR181PN Nursing Process and Critical Thinking II LEC 5.0 5.0 Continuation of role of the practical nurse as manager of care, provider of care, and member of the profession. Includes concepts and skills required of the practical nurse to function asa member of the health care team. Introduces concepts of management including delegation. Focus on nursing concepts and theories to meet basic human needs across the life span based on the wellness/ illness continuum. Integrates concepts of anatomy, physiology, microbiology, pathophysiology, and clinical nutrition to care of clients across the lifespan. Emphasis on nursing care related to pediatric and adult clients with selected alterations in health. Introduction to care of the well childbearing client and childbearing family. Focus on the role of practical nurse in providing care through interventions consistent with established nursing care plans. Emphasis on the utilization of critical thinking processes related to nursing care of clients in acute care and community settings. Prerequisites: NUR161PN. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 23
  24. 24. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: NUR189PN Nursing Science II LAB 4.0 12.0 Application of holistic nursing concepts and theories related to health promotion, disease/illness prevention and health restoration of individual and families. Development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nursing skills, participation in the care of clients across the life span including clients with alterations in health. Experiences with individuals, families, and small groups of clients in a variety of acute care, and community settings. Application of nursing concepts and theories related to the development of care plans, client teaching, and discharge planning. Prerequisites: NUR161PN and NUR169PN. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 4 To: 5, Periods From: 12 To: 15, Load From: 9.6 To: 12, Description, Competencies, Outline. NUR189PN Nursing Science II LAB 5.0 15.0 Application of holistic nursing concepts and theories related to health promotion, disease/illness prevention and health restoration of individuals and families. Development of clinical competency in the performance of selected nursing skills, participation in the care of clients across the life span including clients with alterations in health. Focus on role of the practical nurse collaborating with other healthcare personnel to provide nursing care to childbearing families, infants, children, and adolescents. Includes concepts of management including delegation, prioritizing care, and decision-making. Includes concepts of critical thinking, cultural diversity, interpersonal communication, legal/ethical issues and health teaching to integrate holistic care for clients across the lifespan. Prerequisites: NUR161PN and NUR169PN. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: SBU200 Society and Business LEC 3.0 3.0 The study of issues and demands placed on business enterprise by owners, customers, government, employees and society. Included are social, ethical and public issues and analysis of business responses. Prerequisites: None. PROPOSED: Change in: Description, Competencies, Outline. SBU200 Society and Business LEC 3.0 3.0 The study and scientific inquiry of issues and demands placed on business enterprise by owners, customers, government, employees and society. Included are social, ethical and public issues and analysis of the social impact of business responses. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall __________________________________________________________________________ 24
  25. 25. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: TCM134 Pre-Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 2.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of pre-production for motion picture and television. Focuses on aesthetics, scriptwriting, budgeting, and selecting cast and crew. Features pre-production meetings to establish style, location, art design, shot sheet/story board, sound design, shooting schedule and film stock/video tapes. Pre-production of one film project and one video project required. Prerequisites: TCM100 or permission of department. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 2 To: 3, Load From: 2.7 To: 3. TCM134 Pre-Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 3.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of pre-production for motion picture and television. Focuses on aesthetics, scriptwriting, budgeting, and selecting cast and crew. Features pre-production meetings to establish style, location, art design, shot sheet/story board, sound design, shooting schedule and film stock/video tapes. Pre-production of one film project and one video project required. Prerequisites: TCM100 or permission of department. Type: O College: SCC Effective: 2006 Spring __________________________________________________________________________ PRESENT: TCM135 Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 2.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of production for motion picture and television. Focuses on directing, crew responsibilities, camera operation, lenses, lighting and sound recording. Production of one film shoot and one video shoot required. Prerequisites: TCM134 or permission of department. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 2 To: 3, Load From: 2.7 To: 3. TCM135 Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 3.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of production for motion picture and television. Focuses on directing, crew responsibilities, camera operation, lenses, lighting and sound recording. Production of one film shoot and one video shoot required. Prerequisites: TCM134 or permission of department. Type: O College: SCC Effective: 2006 Spring __________________________________________________________________________ 25
  26. 26. ATTACHMENT: CM COURSE MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PRESENT: TCM136 Post-Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 2.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of post-production for motion picture and television. Focuses on editing, titles, sound design and marketing strategies. Post- production and marketing of one film and one video required. Prerequisites: TCM135 or permission of department. PROPOSED: Change in: Credits From: 2 To: 3, Load From: 2.7 To: 3. TCM136 Post-Production for Motion Picture and Television L+L 3.0 3.0 Introduction to elements of post-production for motion picture and television. Focuses on editing, titles, sound design and marketing strategies.Post- production and marketing of one film and one video required. Prerequisites: TCM135 or permission of department. Type: O College: SCC Effective: 2006 Spring __________________________________________________________________________ 26
  27. 27. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS ASB234 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt Lec 3 3 Introduction to the major social, political, religious and economic institutions of Ancient Egypt. The historical events and people that shaped Egyptian civilization. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: GCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ BIO244 General Genetics Laboratory Lab 1 3 Introductory laboratory course in support of BIO240. Designed to familiarize students with basic laboratory skills and equipment used in genetic research. Prerequisites: BIO181. Corequisites: BIO240. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ BIO249 Applied Biosciences: Biotechnology Internship Lab 4.0 4.0 Internship/work experience in a biotechnology laboratory. Setting, achieving, and evaluating goals for hands-on learning experiences in a biotechnology laboratory. Development of skills and knowledge needed to work in a biotechnology laboratory. Prerequisites: BIO247 or permission of instructor. Course Note: Requires a minimum of 320 clock hours in the biotechnology laboratory setting. Type: A College: PC Effective: 2006 Spring ________________________________________________________________________ BPC101AC Introduction to Handheld Devices L+L 1 2 Using, configuring, and personalizing common digital handheld devices, such as Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and phones. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: MCC Effective: 2004 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________ BPC120AJ Introduction to Digital Photo Editing L+L 1.0 2.0 X CIS120AJ Introduction to digital photography and image editing. Digital photo editing use of electronic techniques to select, manipulate, and edit images. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 27
  28. 28. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS BPC120AK Introduction to Digital Video Editing L+L 1.0 2.0 X CIS120AK Introduction to digital video editing provides basic video import, export, and editing functions. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CIS120AJ Introduction to Digital Photo Editing L+L 1.0 2.0 X BPC120AJ Introduction to digital photography and image editing. Digital photo editing use of electronic techniques to select, manipulate, and edit images. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CIS120AK Introduction to Digital Video Editing L+L 1.0 2.0 X BPC120AK Introduction to digital video editing provides basic video import, export, and editing functions. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PVCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CIS127DL Linux Utilities L+L 3.0 4.0 Introduces Linux Command Line Utilities. Develops entry level knowledge and skills required for basic Linux system administration. Includes basic command line environment utilities and applications. Provides fundamental skills needed to pursue advanced Linux concepts. Prerequisites: Any CIS126DA, or CIS126DL, or permission of instructor. Type: O College: EMCC Effective: 2004 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________ CIS239DA Linux Cluster Administration L+L 3.0 4.0 Linux cluster computing systems design and configuration. Examines architectural design of a high availability cluster, along with the function and purpose of its major components. Demonstrates installation, configuration, and tuning of popular software packages. Includes instruction on failover schemes, distributed file systems, and external storage devices used with high availability. Prerequisite: CIS126DA, or CIS126DL, or permission of instructor. Type: O College: EMCC Effective: 2004 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________ 28
  29. 29. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS CIS239DB Linux Cluster Development L+L 3.0 4.0 Linux cluster computing systems design and development. Presents the evolution of cluster computing architecture with an emphasis on high availability servers. Introduces advanced Linux-based network programming skills, covering inter-process communications and internetworking services, along with software fault-tolerance and high-availability techniques, such as semaphores, alarms, heartbeat signals, and failover. Prerequisite: CIS150 and (CIS126DA or CIS126DL), or permission of instructor. Type: O College: EMCC Effective: 2004 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________ CIS239DC PostgreSQL Database L+L 3.0 4.0 Focuses on PostgreSQL a sophisticated relational database management system (DBMS), supporting Structured Query Language (SQL) constructs, including subselects, transactions, triggers, and user defined data types and functions. Includes SQL instruction for data definition, data manipulation, and data retrieval which can be used for any relational database. Develops knowledge and skills required to install the DBMS, model and create new databases, manage users, authentication, and stored procedures, and to develop backup/restore strategies. Prerequisites: (CIS126DA or CIS126DL), and CIS150, or permission of instructor. Type: O College: EMCC Effective: 2004 Summer I ________________________________________________________________________ CNT181 Cisco Securing IOS Networks L+L 4 5 Applications of Cisco Networking technologies in designing and implementing security solutions to reduce risk of revenue loss and vulnerability. Hands-on experience and skills in security policy design and management, security technologies, products and solutions, secure router installation, configuration, and maintenance, AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting), and VPN (Virtual Private Network) implementation using routers. Preparation for the Securing Cisco IOS Networks (SECUR) exam, which applies toward the Cisco Certified Security Professional (CCSP), Virtual Private Network (VPN) Specialist, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Specialist and the Firewall Specialist certifications. Prerequisites: CNT170 or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 29
  30. 30. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS CNT183 Cisco Secure Virtual Private Network L+L 3 4 Configuration Knowledge and skills needed to describe, configure, verify and manage the Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN) concentrator, Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN) software client, and Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN). Hardware Client Feature set. Prerequisites: CNT181 or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CNT184 Cisco Secure Intrusion Detection Systems L+L 3 4 Knowledge and skills needed to design, install, and configure a Cisco Intrusion Detection Solution (IDS) for small, medium and enterprise networks. Prerequisites: CNT181 or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CNT187 Cisco SAFE Implementation Lec 3 3 Knowledge and skills needed to implement and use the principles and axioms presented in the SAFE white papers for small, medium, and remote user (SMR) Enterprise, Internet Protocol(IP) telephony and wireless Local Area Network (LAN) networks on specific devices. Describe the functionality and implement the configuration needed to build end-to-end security solutions using SAFE SMR as the blueprint. Basic implementation of SAFE wireless LAN. Prerequisites: CNT181 or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ CRC240 Research Ethics Lec 3 3 History of human experimentation and bioethics. Fundamentals of ethical principles including autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence and justice. Practical application of moral sensitivity, moral reasoning, moral commitment and perseverance, and moral implementation. Overview of ethical issues arising from biomedical research including informed consent, vulnerable populations, using children and animals for research, and placebos and sham surgery in research. Includes Institutional Review Board (IRB's), conflict of interest, plagiarism and data fabrication. Prerequisites: (Certified or licensed in a healthcare profession) or (experience in healthcare or research). Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 30
  31. 31. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS CRC270 Institutional Review Board in Clinical Research Lec 3 3 Examines the historical development, regulatory roles, responsibilities and functions of Institutional Review Board (IRB) membership and related stakeholder relationships. Comparisons of different IRB organizational and operational designs in relation to emerging technologies and implications for future research will be reviewed. Special emphasis on developing an understanding of the complexity of IRB roles, the implementation of state, national and international regulations and guidelines, and potential conflicts associated with the conduct of human research. Includes IRB functions, related regulations, ethical issues, current and future operational trends. Prerequisites: (Certified or licensed in a healthcare profession) or (experience in healthcare or research). Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EDU233 Structured English Immersion (SEI) and English Lec 3 3 as a Second Language (ESL) Teaching Methods Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas using English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of curriculum content, teaching strategies, development/evaluation/adaptation of teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers multiple assessment techniques, tracking of student progress using the Stanford English Language Proficiency (SELP) assessment, and use of assessment results for placement and accommodation. Prerequisites: Must have a provisional or standard elementary, secondary, or special education teaching certificate and (EDU225 or permission of department). Course Note: Approved school-based practicum required. This course meets the Arizona Department of Education requirement for the full SEI Endorsement. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 31
  32. 32. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS EDU251 Methods for Teaching Structured English Lec 3 3 Immersion (SEI) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Methods of planning, developing, and analyzing lesson plans in all content areas using English Language Learners (ELL) Standards. Emphasis on components of curriculum content, teaching strategies, development/evaluation/adaptation of teaching materials, and the role of culture in learning. Examines the alignment of ELL Proficiency Standards to the Arizona Language Arts Academic Standards. Covers multiple assessment techniques, tracking of student progress using the Stanford English Language Proficiency (SELP) assessment, and use of assessment results for placement and accommodation. Prerequisites: Baccalaureate Degree and formal admission to a state approved post- baccalaureate teacher preparation program and (EDU225 or permission of department). Course Note: Approved school-based practicum required. This course meets the Arizona Department of Education requirement for the full SEI Endorsement. Type: A College: MCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED200 Foundations of Early Childhood Education Lec 3 3 Overview of early childhood education in American society, including current issues and responsibilities. Emphasis on issues of professionalism, ethics and program types. Opportunities for students to explore potential career paths. Includes field experience. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED212 Guidance, Management and the Environment Lec 3 3 Principles for guiding young children in early care and education environments. Exploration of guidance, management, and how the environment impacts the lives of young children. Includes observation of classrooms of children ages birth to age five. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED215 Early Learning: Health, Safety, Nutrition and Lec 3 3 Fitness Consideration of public health issues and safety procedures within early childhood settings. Overview of nutritional needs and issues of physical fitness and well-being in young children. Includes field experiences. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 32
  33. 33. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS EED220 Child, Family, Community and Culture Lec 3 3 Examines family, community and cultural influences on development of the young child. Considers trends and threats to attachment, relationships and cultural identity. Includes social and emotional experiences and their impact on the developing brain. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED222 Introduction to the Exceptional Young Child Lec 3 3 Overview of the exceptional learner (birth - age 5), one who differs from the average or the norm, with emphasis on observation, techniques, characteristics, identification, types of programs, and work with families. Issues related to learning exceptionalities, sensory and communication disorders, social and emotional problems, physical and health related disorders, and giftedness. Includes field experience. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED255 Portfolio Development and Writing for the Lec 3 3 Profession Portfolio development, completion, and presentation. Self-assessment and educational short-term and long-term planning, professional development, writing and critical learning included. Prerequisites: Completion of twelve (12) credit hours of EED coursework and permission of Program Coordinator. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED260 Early Childhood Infant/Toddler Internship Lab 1.0 1.0 Work experience with infants and toddlers in early care and education settings. 80 hours of designated work per credit. Prerequisites: Permission of department. Course Note: May be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ EED261 Early Childhood Preschool Internship Lab 1.0 1.0 Work experience with preschoolers in early care and education settings. 80 hours of designated work per credit. Prerequisites: Permission of department. Course Note: May be repeated for a total of six (6) credit hours. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 33
  34. 34. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS EED278 Early Learning: Curriculum and Instruction Lec 3 3 Considerations and evaluations of curriculum appropriate to the developmental characteristics of learners, birth through five years. Includes how early childhood standards, philosophies, and program settings relate to the teaching, learning, and assessment process. Includes field experience. Prerequisites: EED200. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ HEO124 Scrappers Lec 2.0 2.0 Terminology. Parts, attachments, and controls. Scrapper uses. Safety. Preventative maintenance. Operations and work activities. Prerequisites: Employee of Maricopa County or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ HEO216 Motor Graders Lec 2.0 2.0 Terminology. Grader types and uses. Components and controls. Safety. Preventative maintenance. Operations and work activities. Prerequisites: Employee of Maricopa County or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ IGS294 Integrative Study of the Future Lec 3 3 Integrative and interdisciplinary study of the future. Critical inquiry of the future from historical, philosophical, literary, scientific, social, psychological, and religious perspectives. Comprehensive review of contemporary scientific-technological, environmental, and global and cultural trends and possible directions in the future. Synthesis of theoretical knowledge and practical and personal applications. Prerequisites: ENG101 or ENG107 or equivalent. Type: A College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ ITS297 CISSP/SSCP Exam Preparation Lec 4 4 Preparation for Certified Information Systems Security Professional/Systems Security Certified Practitioner (CISP/SSCP) certification. Comprehensive review of the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). Includes each of the ten domains within the CBK. Prerequisites: Certificate of Completion in Information Security Technology or permission of instructor or department. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 34
  35. 35. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS PHT120 Pharmacy Technician Responsibilities Lec 3.0 3.0 Responsibilities and skills of pharmacy technicians. Emphasis on federal and state laws, prescription entry and fulfillment, drug regulations, and drug calculations, as well as pharmaceutical products, abbreviations, and terminology. Includes inventory management, administration routes, financial issues, and pharmacy environments. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: RSC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ REC230 Programming of Recreation Services Lec 3 3 Foundations for designing, planning, delivering and managing recreational and leisure events. Emphasis on application of recreation programming concepts and practices in a variety of settings and situations. Prerequisites: None. Type: A College: SCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT101 Foundations in Radiation Therapy Lec 2.0 2.0 Foundational principles of radiation therapy. Historic overview, terminology, equipment, types of radiation and types of treatments used. Overview of major cancer treatment modalities with emphasis on the role of radiation therapy. Patient referral and process through diagnosis, consult, treatment planning, treatment and follow-up. Prerequisites: DMI220. Corequisites: (RTT110, RTT120, RTT130, and RTT145) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT110 Radiation Therapy Patient Care Lec 2.0 2.0 Care of patients undergoing radiation therapy treatments. Examines psychosocial aspects, effects of cancer on the individual, family, siblings, different age groups and cultures. Study of grief, death and dying. Emphasis on patient assessment, treatment side effects, care and education. Includes professional self care. Prerequisites: HCC200. Corequisites: (RTT101, RTT115, RTT120, and RTT130) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 35
  36. 36. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS RTT115 Radiobiology for Radiation Therapy Lec 2.0 2.0 Cellular, tissue and whole body effects of radiation. Discussion of the theories and principles of tolerance dose, time-dose relationships, fractionation schemes and the relationship to clinical radiation therapy practice. Radiobiological effects of radiation and chemotherapy treatments. Prerequisites: DMI215. Corequisites: (RTT131, RTT140 , and RTT150) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT120 Clinical Calculations in Radiation Therapy Lec 2.0 2.0 Review of the mathematical concepts required to perform calculations in radiation therapy. Includes simple proportions, algebraic equations, exponents, graphing, geometry, trigonometric and logarithmic functions. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT101, RTT110, RTT130, and RTT145) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT130 Clinical Internship I Lab 5 30 Clinical internship designed to integrate didactic and clinical components of the radiation therapy program. Clinical application of radiation therapy knowledge, practices and procedures. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT101 , RTT110 , RTT120, and RTT145), or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT131 Clinical Internship II Lab 5 30 Integration of didactic and clinical components of the radiation therapy program. Further clinical application of radiation therapy knowledge, practices and procedures. Prerequisites: RTT130. Corequisites: (RTT115, RTT140, and RTT150) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT132 Clinical Internship III Lab 5 30 Integration of didactic and clinical components of the radiation therapy program. Continued application of radiation therapy knowledge, practices and procedures. Prerequisites: RTT131. Corequisites: (RTT141, RTT151, RTT156 , and RTT160) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 36
  37. 37. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS RTT140 Clinical Radiation Physics Lec 3 3 Review of the atom and structure of matter, properties of radiation, nuclear transformations, x-ray production and interactions of ionizing radiation. Linear accelerator and other currently used radiotherapeutic equipment, measurement and quality of ionizing radiation produced, absorbed dose measurement, dose distribution and scatter analysis covered. Includes overview of current and emerging technologies. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT115, RTT131, and RTT150) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT141 Dosimetry/Treatment Planning Lec 3 3 Effects of treatment distance, field weighting, beam modifiers, irregular fields, tissue inhomogeneities and tissue compensation on dose. Includes dose calculations for external photon and electron beams and brachytherapy. Prerequisites: RTT140. Corequisites: (RTT132, RTT151, RTT156, and RTT160) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT145 Radiation Oncology Lec 3 3 Major oncologic pathologies. Includes Epidemiology, etiology, natural history, histology, staging, workup, patterns of spread and treatment options. Basic principles of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy. Emphasis on cancers of the brain, head and neck, breast, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, extremities and pediatric cancers. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT101, RTT110, RTT120, and RTT130) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT150 Clinical Radiation Therapy I Lec 3 3 Basic principles of radiation therapy. Role of radiation therapy and rationale for treatment management decisions. Emphasis on technical aspects of treatment, beam modification, fractionation, dose determination, immobilization, treatment/simulation accessories and aides. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT115, RTT131, and RTT140) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 37
  38. 38. ATTACHMENT: NC NEW COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS RTT151 Clinical Radiation Therapy II Lec 2.0 2.0 Principles and practice of radiation therapy. Emphasis placed on site specific simulation and treatment procedures and techniques. Computed Tomography (CT) simulation will be covered and emerging technologies. Prerequisites: RTT150. Corequisites: (RTT132, RTT141, RTT156, and RTT160) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT156 Quality Control/Organizational Issues Lec 2.0 2.0 Principles of quality management with emphasis on specific quality assurance tests in radiation therapy. Examination of the health care market with current radiation therapy trendsin health care environment. Includes radiation therapy operational and budgetary issues, hospital and governmental accreditation, types of insurance and reimbursements. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT132, RTT141, RTT151, and RTT160) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ RTT160 Seminar in Radiation Therapy Lec 1.0 1.0 Preparation for entry into radiation therapy profession. Job seeking skills, reflection of professional attitudes, values and personal development. Review of clinical and didactic information for state and national examinations. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: (RTT132, RTT141, RTT151, and RTT156) or permission of instructor. Type: O College: GWCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ TDP110 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Lec 1.5 1.5 Level I Basic skills, including instruction in teamwork and disaster simulations, needed to help oneself, family, and neighbors in the event of a community disaster in accordance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) guidelines. Prerequisites: None. Type: O College: PC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 38
  39. 39. ATTACHMENT: EXP EXPERIMENTAL COURSES: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 6/28/05 ACT CREDITS PERIODS NCE199GA Basic Nurse Assisting L+L 4 8 Role of the nursing assistant for clients across the wellness/illness continuum within the nurse assisting scope of practice. Introduction to problem-solving process specific to meeting the basic and holistic needs of clients. Professional communication skills essential for the nursing assistant. Nursing interventions to ensure the needs and safety of the client. Specific types of diseases, conditions and alterations in behavior of the client. Principles of nutrition and fluid balance. Special needs of the elder client in the acute and long-term care settings. Basic emergency cares skills and procedures. Prerequisites: Current professional level CPR card, and current Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card. Type: O College: GCC Effective: 2005 Fall ________________________________________________________________________ 39
  40. 40. ATTACHMENT: APM MODIFIED ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: APM Program Title: Women’s Studies Award Type: AC Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (MCC), PC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 15 Major Code:6206 CIPS Code: 24.0101 Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Operational Deans (72) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: Mesa Community College’s The Women’s Studies program, an intensive interdisciplinary liberal arts certificate program, provides students with tools and opportunities to discuss and critique historical and contemporary theories and practices of feminism(s). The curriculum enables students to write well, think critically and analyze problems effectively. Students complete a variety of courses focusing on women’s experiences and perspectives, exploring topics such as history, culture, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality and gender in order to help bring about equality, understanding, and peace. These courses are culturally responsive to the diversity of one half of the world's people, their work, and their impact on multicultural societies. Program Outline: Women’s Studies Program Notes: (Note: +indicates course has a prerequisite) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 3 WST100 Women and Society 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12 ASB211 Women in Other Cultures 3 ENH/WST284 19th Century Women Writers 3 ENH/WST285 Contemporary Women Writers 3 HIS201 History of Women in America 3 HLR/WST286 Women and Health: Body/Mind/Spirit/Connection 3 HUM/WST209 Women and Films 3 + PSY235 Psychology of Gender Differences 3 + PSY258 Domestic Problems and Crises 3 REL/WST290 Women and Religion 3 SOC212 Gender and Society 3 WST105 Women of Color in America 3 WST110 Women and Gender: A Feminist Psychology 3 WST120 Gender, Class, and Race 3 WST128 Law and Violence Against Women 3 WST160 Women and Early American Experience 3 WST161 American Women Since 1920 3 WST195 Preparation for Social Research in Women’s Studies 3 WST200 Essential Feminist Writing 3 WST261 Native Women’s Literature: The Americas 3 Free Electives: None General Education: None 40
  41. 41. ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Computed Tomography Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 13 Major Code:5461 CIPS Code: 51.09.11 Faculty Initiator: Sharon Luczu Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/14/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: Description: This Certificate of Completion (CCL) program offers graduate Radiologic, and graduate Nuclear Medicine Technologists the opportunity to complete both didactic coursework and clinical skills experience necessary to prepare to become eligible to sit for the professional registration test in this field. Focuses on specific skills and knowledge necessary to become proficient in this field. Program Outline: Computed Tomography Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Graduate Radiographer or graduate Nuclear Medicine Technologist. Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 13 + DMI220 Sectional Anatomy 3 + DMI249 Clinical Pathology for Diagnostic Imaging 3 + ICE254 Advanced Imaging Practicum 1 + ICE263 Physics and Instrumentation of Computed Tomography 3 + ICE265 Computed Tomography Procedure Protocols 3 Restricted Elective: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 41
  42. 42. ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Information Security Forensics Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: CGCC, EMCC, GCC, (GWCC), SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 24 Major Code: 5465 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:4/6/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date:5/17/05 Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Information Security Forensics is designed to provide students with the knowledge and tools to gather evidence, often as part of a criminal investigation, from computers and computer networks. The discipline requires a technical knowledge of the relationship between a computer's operating system and the supporting hardware (e.g. hard disks), and between the operating system and system/application programs and the network. Evidence gathering must precede in a manner that ensures that the evidence is admissible in a court of law, and can be documented and presented in an intelligible manner. The Information Security Forensics Certificate of Completion is part of a comprehensive Information Security program which prepares students for internationally recognized industry certifications. Program Outline: Information Security Forensics Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 6 + BPC170 Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep 3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 Required Courses: Credits: 24 CIS126DA Unix Operating System (3) OR CIS126DL Linux Operating System (3) 3 + ITS110 Information Security Fundamentals 4 + ITS120 Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues 3 + ITS290 Computer Security Incident Response 3 + ITS291 Computer Forensics Foundations 4 + ITS292 Advanced Computer Forensics 4 MST150 Microsoft Windows Professional (3) OR MST150DA Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (3) OR MST150XP Microsoft Windows XP Professional (3) 3 Restricted Elective: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 42

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