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    Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 28, 2005 Governing Board Agenda Meeting Date: June 28, 2005 Document Transcript

    • 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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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Information Security Wireless Networks 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: 23 Major Code: 5457 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:3/29/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Information Security Wireless Networks is designed to provide students with the knowledge and tools to design secure wireless local area networks (LANs) and defend wireless LANs against the latest hacking techniques, implement the latest wireless LAN security solutions and understand the impact of new wireless solutions. The Wireless Network Security Certificate of Completion is part of a comprehensive Information Security program which prepares students for internationally recognized industry certifications. Program Outline: Information Security Wireless Networks 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: 23 + CNT160 Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing 3 + CNT170 Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies 3 + CNT186 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs 4 + ITS110 Information Security Fundamentals 4 + ITS130 Operating System Security 3 + ITS140 Network Security 3 + ITS233 Wireless Network Security 3 Restricted Elective: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 43
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Radiation Therapy Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.50 Total Credits: 40 Major Code:5453 CIPS Code: 51.0907 Faculty Initiator: Alex Backus Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/30/05 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 Radiation Therapy program prepares participants for an entry level position as a Radiation Therapist. Radiation therapists are members of the health care team using ionizating radiation in the treatment of cancer and some benign diseases. The therapist is responsible for the daily assessment of the patient prior to and during treatment to ensure quality of care. Characteristics necessary for a radiation therapist include attention to detail, accuracy, empathy for others, integrity and high ethical standards. The therapist applies knowledge of anatomy, physiology and physics on a daily basis. Daily duties include treatment documentation, immobilization construction, dosage calculations, patient assessment, treatment planning and patient education. The program includes didactic instruction and requires participation in a clinical internship to apply knowledge in a real life situation. Program graduates are eligible to apply to take the national certification exam offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Program Outline: Radiation Therapy Program Notes: Students must earn a C or better in each required course to continue in the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Formal application and admission to the program is required. Graduate of an accredited radiography program with current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification in Radiologic Technology. Current Health Care Provider CPR card. Completion of physical exam and immunizations. Program Prerequisites: None. 44
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Radiation Therapy Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.50 Total Credits: 40 Major Code:5453 CIPS Code: 51.0907 Faculty Initiator: Alex Backus Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/30/05 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 (CCL in Radiation Therapy continued) Required Courses: Credits: 40 + RTT101 Foundations in Radiation Therapy 2 + RTT110 Radiation Therapy Patient Care 2 + RTT115 Radiobiology for Radiation Therapy 2 + RTT120 Clinical Calculations in Radiation Therapy 2 + RTT130 Clinical Internship I 5 + RTT131 Clinical Internship II 5 + RTT132 Clinical Internship III 5 + RTT140 Clinical Radiation Physics 3 + RTT141 Dosimetry/Treatment Planning 3 + RTT145 Radiation Oncology 3 + RTT150 Clinical Radiation Therapy I 3 + RTT151 Clinical Radiation Therapy II 2 + RTT156 Quality Control/Organizational Issues 2 + RTT160 Seminar in Radiation Therapy 1 Restricted Elective: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 45
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Journalism Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PVCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: CGCC, GCC, PC, (PVCC), SCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 18 Major Code: 5466 CIPS Code: 09.0401 Faculty Initiator: Judy Galbraith Instructional Council: Telecommunications/Journalism (44) Development Date: 1/25/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Journalism prepares students to work in the publishing industry whether they have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline or are just beginning their career path in journalism. The CCL includes journalism courses required by journalism schools throughout the state and country and requires an internship in journalism and a juried portfolio of published articles to complete the certificate. Program Notes: None Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 15 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 ENG235 Magazine Article Writing (3) OR + JRN234 Feature Writing (3) 3 + JRN201 News Writing 3 + JRN240AB Journalism Internship 2 JRN298AA Special Projects: Portfolio of Published Clips 1 + MCO120 Media and Society 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 3 JRN125 Photo Editing JRN133 Development of Small Publications + JRN212 Broadcast Writing JRN215 News Production Free Electives: None General Education: None. 46
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: CCL Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:39-43 Major Code: 5469 CIPS Code: 31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Recreation Management is designed to prepare students with entry level skills for the expanding field of recreation. The program provides a foundation for the positive application of play, recreation, and leisure across the life span. Through classroom and experiential learning activities, students gain knowledge of and practical experience in the programming and delivery of recreation services, and develop communication, group facilitation, management and leadership skills. Participation in recreation activity courses equips students with the technical skills necessary to plan, lead and facilitate safe outdoor recreation adventures and programs. Program Notes: A grade of "C" or better is required for all courses within the Program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 33-37 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 COM100 Introduction to Human Communications (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) 3 HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision (3) OR MGT126 Customer Service Skills and Strategies (3) 3 REC120 Leisure and the Quality of Life (3) OR REC160 Leisure and Society (3) 3 REC150AB Outdoor Adventure Skills 3 REC210 Leisure Delivery Systems 3 REC230 Programming of Recreation Services 3 REC250 Recreation Leadership 3 + REC282AA-AC Volunteerism for Recreation: A Service Learning Experience 1-3 + REC296WA-WC Cooperative Education (any module) OR + REC298AA-AC Special Projects (1-3) 1-3 47
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: CCL Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:39-43 Major Code: 5469 CIPS Code: 31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 (CCL in Recreation Management continued) (Required Courses continued) Outdoor Physical Activities 4 Students must select four (4) different activities from the following list: PED101BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED102BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED201BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED202BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) PED101DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED102DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED201DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED202DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) PED101DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED102DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED201DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED202DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) PED101ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED102ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED201ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED202ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) PED101GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED102GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED201GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED202GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) PED101LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED102LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED201LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED202LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) PED101PT Physical Activities: Mountain Biking the Southwest (1) OR PED102PT Physical Activities: Mountain Biking the Southwest (1) OR PED201PT Physical Activities: Mountain Biking the Southwest (1) OR PED202PT Physical Activities: Mountain Biking the Southwest (1) PED101RL Physical Activities: Recreational Sports (1) OR PED102RL Physical Activities: Recreational Sports (1) OR PED201RL Physical Activities: Recreational Sports (1) OR PED202RL Physical Activities: Recreational Sports (1) 48
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: CCL Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:39-43 Major Code: 5469 CIPS Code: 31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 (CCL in Recreation Management continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 AIS/MGT113 Proposal Writing 3 ARH145 History of American Indian Art 3 COM263 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3 COM281 Communication Activities 1 CPD102AS Conflict Resolution 2 CPD103BL Dynamics of Leadership(2) OR LDR101 Emerging Leaders I (2) 2 GBS120 Workplace Communication Skills 3 GCU221 Arizona Geography 3 HES100 Healthful Living 3 HIS105 Arizona History 3 HIS106 Southwest History 3 PED265 Theory of Coaching 3 Free Electives: None General Education: None 49
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:60-64 Major Code: 3053 CIPS Code:31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Recreation Management is designed to prepare students for entry level positions in the recreation field and provides the first half of a four year undergraduate program of study in Recreation Management and/or Leadership. The program focuses on the positive application of play, recreation, and leisure across the life span. Along with required general education courses, the program includes foundational and practical experience in the programming and delivery of recreational services and the development of communication, group facilitation, management, leadership and technical skills. Program Notes: A grade of "C" or better is required for all courses within the Program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 32-34 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 COM100 Introduction to Human Communications (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) 3 HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision (3) OR MGT126 Customer Service Skills and Strategies (3) 3 REC120 Leisure and the Quality of Life (3) OR REC160 Leisure and Society (3) 3 REC150AB Outdoor Adventure Skills 3 REC210 Leisure Delivery Systems 3 REC230 Programming of Recreation Services 3 REC250 Recreation Leadership 3 + REC282AA-AC Volunteerism for Recreation: A Service Learning Experience 1-3 50
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:60-64 Major Code: 3053 CIPS Code:31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 (AAS in Recreation Management continued) (Required Courses continued) Outdoor Physical Activities 4 Students must select four (4) different activities from the following list: PED101BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED102BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED201BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) OR PED202BP Physical Activities: Backpacking (1) PED101DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED102DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED201DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) OR PED202DL Physical Activities: Cross Country Skiing (1) PED101DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED102DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED201DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) OR PED202DX Physical Activities: Rock Climbing (1) PED101ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED102ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED201ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) OR PED202ER Physical Activities: Camping (1) PED101GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED102GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED201GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) OR PED202GF Physical Activities: Cycling (1) PED101LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED102LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED201LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) OR PED202LK Physical Activities: Hiking (1) 51
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:60-64 Major Code: 3053 CIPS Code:31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 (AAS in Recreation Management continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 AIS/MGT113 Proposal Writing 3 ARH145 History of American Indian Art 3 COM263 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3 COM281 Communication Activities 1 CPD102AS Conflict Resolution 2 CPD103BL Dynamics of Leadership(2) OR LDR101 Emerging Leaders I (2) 2 GBS120 Workplace Communication Skills 3 GCU221 Arizona Geography 3 HES100 Healthful Living 3 HIS105 Arizona History 3 HIS106 Southwest History 3 PED265 Theory of Coaching 3 Free Electives: None 52
    • ATTACHMENT: NOP NEW OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: NOP Program Title: Recreation Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: SCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared MCC, PC, (SCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:60-64 Major Code: 3053 CIPS Code:31.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Dave Brown Instructional Council: Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness (32) Development Date:04/10/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 (AAS in Recreation Management continued) General Education: Credits: 22-24 Core: Credits: 12-14 First-Year Composition + Any approved general education course from the First-Year Composition area 6 Oral Communication Met by COM100 or COM110 in the Required Courses area 0 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR equivalent as indicated 3 Mathematics + Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area. 3-5 Distribution: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area. 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area. 3 53
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Nurse Assisting Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 8 Major Code: 5963 CIPS Code: 51.1614 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 54
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Description: The Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program (MCCDNP) is available at seven eight Maricopa Colleges. The nursing pathway provides multiple exit points for employment that begins with Nurse Assisting and continues to the Practical Nurse certificate and Registered Nurse degree program. The Nursing Program provides eligibility for students seeking certification and licensure through the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. The MCCD Nursing Program is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing and accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), 61 Broadway 33rd Floor, New York, New York 10006, 212.363.5555, ext 153. Program offerings: This program is offered at the following sites: Chandler Gilbert Community College Phone# 480-988-8880 Gateway Community College Phone#- 602-392-5096 Glendale Community College Phone#- 623-845-3210 Mesa Community College Phone#- 480-461-7106 Mesa Community College/Boswell Phone#- 623-974-7835 Paradise Valley Community College Phone#- 602-787-7298 Phoenix College Phone#- 602-285-7121 Rio Salado College Phone#- 480-517-8528 Scottsdale Community College Phone#- 480-423-6225 Waiver of Licensure/Certification Guarantee: Admission or graduation from the MCCD Nursing Program does not guarantee obtaining a license or certificate to practice nursing. Licensure and certification requirements and the subsequent procedures are the exclusive right and responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Students must satisfy the requirements of the Nurse Practice Act: Statutes, Rules and Regulations, independently of any college of school requirements for graduation. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-1606(B)(17), an applicant for professional or practical nurse license by examination is not eligible for licensure if the applicant has any felony convictions and has not received an absolute discharge from the sentences for all felony convictions. The absolute discharge must be received five or more years before submitting this application. If you cannot prove that the absolute discharge date is five or more years, the Board cannot process your application. All nurse and nursing assistant applicants for certification and licensure will be fingerprinted to permit the Department of Public Safety to obtain state and federal criminal history information. If there is any question about eligibility for licensure or certification, contact the nursing education consultant at the Arizona State Board of Nursing (602-331-8111). All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Nurse Assisting Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), Effective First Year/Term: 20056 GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 8 Major Code: 5963 CIPS Code: 51.1614 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (CCL in Nurse Assisting continued) Health Declaration: It is essential that Nursing students be able to perform a number of physical activities in the clinical portion of the 55
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Nurse Assisting Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 8 Major Code: 5963 CIPS Code: 51.1614 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (CCL in Nurse Assisting continued) 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: Application and acceptance into the program, High School graduate or GED, current Health Care Provider CPR Card required before beginning courses. All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 8 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 + NUR156 Nurse Assisting 2 + NUR157 Nurse Assisting Lab 2 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 56
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Practical Nursing Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 49.5-62.5 Major Code: 5957 CIPS Code: 51.1613 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 57
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Description: The Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program (MCCDNP) is available at seven eight Maricopa Colleges. The nursing pathway provides multiple exit points for employment that begins with Nurse Assisting and continues to the Practical Nurse certificate and Registered Nurse degree program. The Nursing Program provides eligibility for students seeking certification and licensure through the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. The MCCD Nursing Program is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing and accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), 61 Broadway 33rd Floor, New York, New York 10006, 212.363.5555, ext 153. Program offerings: This program is offered at the following sites: Chandler Gilbert Community College Phone# 480-988-8880 Gateway Community College Phone#- 602-392-5096 Glendale Community College Phone#- 623-845-3210 Mesa Community College Phone#- 480-461-7106 Mesa Community College/Boswell Phone#- 623-974-7835 Paradise Valley Community College Phone# -602-787-7298 Phoenix College Phone#- 602-285-7121 Rio Salado College Phone#- 480-517-8528 Scottsdale Community College Phone#- 480-423-6225 Waiver of Licensure/Certification Guarantee: Admission or graduation from the MCCD Nursing Program does not guarantee obtaining a license or certificate to practice nursing. Licensure and certification requirements and the subsequent procedures are the exclusive right and responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Students must satisfy the requirements of the Nurse Practice Act: Statutes, Rules and Regulations, independently of any college of school requirements for graduation. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-1606(B)(17), an applicant for professional or practical nurse license by examination is not eligible for licensure if the applicant has any felony convictions and has not received an absolute discharge from the sentences for all felony convictions. The absolute discharge must be received five or more years before submitting this application. If you cannot prove that the absolute discharge date is five or more years, the Board cannot process your application. All nurse and nursing assistant applicants for certification and licensure will be fingerprinted to permit the Department of Public Safety to obtain state and federal criminal history information. If there is any question about eligibility for licensure or certification, contact the nursing education consultant at the Arizona State Board of Nursing (602-331-8111). All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Practical Nursing Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 49.5-62.5 Major Code: 5957 CIPS Code: 51.1613 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (CCL in Practical Nursing continued) 58
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 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: High School diploma or GED, application and acceptance into the nursing program. A reading score of 50% or higher and a math score of 50% or higher on the Nursing Entrance Exam (NET) must be achieved for admission. Retests can be taken only once in a 60 day period. The entire Nursing Entrance Exam (NET) must be taken on each retest. The test can be taken no more than 3 times in a 12 month period. All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 25-38 The credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experience. + BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 + BIO202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 + BIO205 Microbiology 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR (Note: One year of high school chemistry) 4 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR (Note: Equivalent by assessment) 3 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR (Note: Higher Level Math Course) 3-5 + NUR156 Nurse Assisting (2) AND + NUR157 Nurse Assisting Lab (2) OR (Note: Current Nurse Assistant certification (CNA).) 4 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 59
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Type: OPM Program Title: Practical Nursing Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 49.5-62.5 Major Code: 5957 CIPS Code: 51.1613 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (CCL in Practical Nursing continued) Required Courses: Credits: 24.5 + FON241 Principles of Human Nutrition 3 + HCR240 Human Pathophysiology (4) OR + HCR240AA Human Pathophysiology I (2) AND + HCR240AB Human Pathophysiology II (2) 4 + NUR161 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking I 3 + NUR163 Health Assessment/Health Promotion I 1 + NUR167 Pharmacology & Medication Administration I 1 + NUR169 Nursing Science I 3 + NUR181 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking II 3 + NUR185 Developing the Nurse’s Role I 1 + NUR187 Pharmacology & Medication Administration II 1.5 + NUR189 Nursing Science II 4 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 60
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 61
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Description: The Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program (MCCDNP) is available at seven eight Maricopa Colleges. The nursing pathway provides multiple exit points for employment that begins with Nurse Assisting and continues to the Practical Nurse certificate and Registered Nurse degree program. The Nursing Program provides eligibility for students seeking certification and licensure through the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. The MCCD Nursing Program is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing and accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), 61 Broadway 33rd Floor, New York, New York 10006, 212.363.5555, ext 153. Program offerings: This program is offered at the following sites: Chandler Gilbert Community College Phone# 480-988-8880 Gateway Community College Phone#- 602-392-5096 Glendale Community College Phone#- 623-845-3210 Mesa Community College Phone#- 480-461-7106 Mesa Community College/Boswell Phone#- 623-974-7835 Paradise Valley Community College Phone# 602-787-7298 Phoenix College Phone#- 602-285-7121 Rio Salado College Phone#- 480-517-8528 Scottsdale Community College Phone#- 480-423-6225 Waiver of Licensure/Certification Guarantee: Admission or graduation from the MCCD Nursing Program does not guarantee obtaining a license or certificate to practice nursing. Licensure and certification requirements and the subsequent procedures are the exclusive right and responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Students must satisfy the requirements of the Nurse Practice Act: Statutes, Rules and Regulations, independently of any college of school requirements for graduation. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-1606(B)(17), an applicant for professional or practical nurse license by examination is not eligible for licensure if the applicant has any felony convictions and has not received an absolute discharge from the sentences for all felony convictions. The absolute discharge must be received five or more years before submitting this application. If you cannot prove that the absolute discharge date is five or more years, the Board cannot process your application. All nurse and nursing assistant applicants for certification and licensure will be fingerprinted to permit the Department of Public Safety to obtain state and federal criminal history information. If there is any question about eligibility for licensure or certification, contact the nursing education consultant at the Arizona State Board of Nursing (602-331-8111). All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), Effective First Year/Term: 20056 GWCC, MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (AAS in Nursing continued) Health Declaration: It is essential that Nursing students be able to perform a number of physical activities in the clinical portion of the 62
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 63
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (AAS in Nursing continued) 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: High School diploma or GED, application and acceptance into the nursing program. A reading score of 50% or higher and a math score of 50% or higher on the Nursing Entrance Exam (NET) must be achieved for admission. Retests can be taken only once in a 60 day period. The entire Nursing Entrance Exam (NET) must be taken on each retest. The test can be taken no more than 3 times in a 12 month period. The Health Education Systems, Inc. (HESI) test will be administered to all prospective advanced placement students seeking admission into Blocks 3 or 4. A score of 800 or higher is required in order to be granted advanced placement into either of these blocks. A score of less than 800 will result in placement into either Block 1 or 2. The final decision rests with the Nursing Program Chair at the College to which the student is accepted. All students must submit a copy of a fingerprint clearance card with their application for the Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program. 64
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (AAS in Nursing continued) Program Outline: Nursing Program Prerequisites: Credits: 25-38 Area Note: The credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experience. + BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 + BIO202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 + BIO205 Microbiology 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Laboratory (1) OR (Note: One year of high school chemistry) 4 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR (Note: Equivalent by assessment) 3 + ENG101 First-Year Composition OR ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL 3 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR (Note: Higher Level Math Course) 3-5 + NUR156 Nurse Assisting (2) AND + NUR157 Nurse Assisting Lab (2) OR (Note: Current Nurse Assistant certification (CNA).) 4 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 65
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (AAS in Nursing continued) Required Courses: Credits: 44.5 + FON241 Principles of Human Nutrition 3 + HCR240 Human Pathophysiology (4) OR + HCR240AA Human Pathophysiology I (2) AND + HCR240AB Human Pathophysiology II (2) 4 + NUR161 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking I 3 + NUR163 Health Assessment/Health Promotion I 1 + NUR167 Pharmacology & Medication Administration I 1 + NUR169 Nursing Science I 3 + NUR181 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking II 3 + NUR185 Developing the Nurse’s Role I 1 + NUR187 Pharmacology & Medication Administration II 1.5 + NUR189 Nursing Science II 4 + NUR261 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking III 3 + NUR263 Health Assessment & Health Promotion II 1 + NUR267 Pharmacology & Medication Administration III 1 + NUR269 Nursing Science III 5 + NUR281 Nursing Process/Critical Thinking IV 3 + NUR285 Developing the Nurse’s Role II 1 + NUR289 Nursing Science IV 6 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None 66
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Nursing Award Type: Associate in Applied Science Initiating College: CGCC Program Availability: Shared by CGCC, (GCC), GWCC, Effective First Year/Term: 20056 MCC, PC, PVCC, RSC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 74.5-87.5 Major Code: 3812 CIPS Code: 51.1601 Instructional Council: Nursing Program(42) MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-28-05 (AAS in Nursing continued) General Education: Credits: 5 Core: 3 Credits First-Year Composition 3 Met by ENG101 OR ENG107 in Program Prerequisites area. + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL Oral Communication 0 Waived. Critical Reading 0 Met by CRE101 in Program Prerequisites area. Mathematics 0 Met by MAT120, or MAT121, or MAT122 OR higher Level Math Course in Program Prerequisites area. Distribution: 2 Credits Humanities/Fine Arts Any approved course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 2 Natural Science 0 Met by BIO201 and BIO202 in Program Prerequisites areas. Social and Behavioral Sciences 0 Met by PSY101 in Program Prerequisites area. 67
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/ Core Level Award Type: CCL Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 12.5 Major Code: 5644 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Core Level program is designed to provide the basic skills needed in the use of microcomputer software applications for entry-level employment as clerks, typists, word processors, receptionists, and other administrative support positions for a wide variety of employers. Course work includes the Windows operating system, the Internet, and software applications for word processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management, electronic mail, and presentation graphics. Students who complete this certificate will be prepared for the Core Microsoft examinations for certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Program Outline: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Core Level Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 7.5 BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I 0.5 BPC114AE Excel: Level I 1 BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level I 1 BPC118AB PowerPoint Level I 1 BPC121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 + BPC135DK Word: Level I 2 CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 68
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/ Core Level Award Type: CCL Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 12.5 Major Code: 5644 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Core Level continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 5 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + ACC115 Computerized Accounting (Quicken or Quickbooks) 2 ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM 1 + BPC101BA Introduction to Microcomputers II: IBM 1 BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 + BPC111AB Computer Keyboarding II 1 + BPC114BE Excel: Level II 1 + BPC114CE Excel: Level III 1 + BPC117BM Database Management: Microsoft Access - Level II 1 + BPC117CM Database Management: Microsoft Access - Level III 1 + BPC118BB PowerPoint Level II 1 BPC121AB MS-DOS Operating System 1 BPC128AF Introduction to Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher 1 + CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B 1 + CIS133CA Internet/Web Development Level I-C 1 + CIS233AA Internet/Web Development Level II-A (1) OR 1 + CIS233BA Internet/Web Development Level II-B (1) OR 1 CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II (3) 1-3 OAS108 Business English 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None 69
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/ Expert Level Award Type: CCL Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 25 Major Code: 5024 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Expert Level program is designed to provide the advanced skills needed in the use of microcomputer software applications for employment as secretaries, executive secretaries and administrative assistants in organizations of every description. Course work includes business English, the Internet, presentation graphics, the Windows operating system along with advanced software applications for electronic mail, word processing, electronic spreadsheet, and database management. Students who complete this certificate will be prepared for the Expert Microsoft examinations for certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Program Outline: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Expert Level Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 16 BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I 0.5 + BPC106BH Microsoft Outlook: Level II 0.5 BPC114AE Excel: Level I 1 + BPC114BE Excel: Level II 1 BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level I 1 + BPC117BM Database Management: Microsoft Access - Level II 1 BPC118AB PowerPoint Level I 1 BPC121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 + BPC135DK Word: Level I 2 + BPC235DK Word: Level II 2 CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 + CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B 1 OAS108 Business English 3 70
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/ Expert Level Award Type: CCL Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 25 Major Code: 5024 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL Microcomputer Applications: Office Specialist/Expert Level continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + ACC115 Computerized Accounting (Quicken or Quickbooks) 2 ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM 1 + BPC101BA Introduction to Microcomputers II: IBM 1 BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 + BPC111AB Computer Keyboarding II 1 + BPC114CE Excel: Level III 1 + BPC117CM Database Management: Microsoft Access - Level III 1 + BPC118BB PowerPoint: Level II 1 BPC121AB MS-DOS Operating System 1 BPC128AF Introduction to Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher 1 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B 1 + CIS133CA Internet/Web Development Level I-C 1 + CIS233AA Internet/Web Development Level II-A (1) OR 1 + CIS233BA Internet/Web Development Level II-B (1) OR 1 + CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II (3) 1-3 GBS151 Introduction to Business 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None 71
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Business Applications Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3548 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Microcomputer Business Applications is designed to provide the skills needed for those students who are interested in becoming part of the support system in almost any office configuration in a wide variety of business areas. Coursework will provide a variety of microcomputer application skills and general business knowledge. The general studies courses provide a well-rounded background that includes writing, reading, communication, mathematics, natural science, social sciences, and humanities and fine arts. Courses in the program prepare for the Core and Expert Microsoft examinations for certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Program Outline: Microcomputer Business Applications Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Required Courses: Credits: 29 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + ACC115 Computerized Accounting (Quicken or Quickbooks) 2 BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I 0.5 + BPC106BH Microsoft Outlook: Level II 0.5 BPC114AE Excel: Level I 1 + BPC114BE Excel: Level II 1 BPC117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level I 1 + BPC117BM Database Management: Microsoft Access – Level II 1 BPC118AB PowerPoint: Level I 1 BPC121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 + BPC135DK Word: Level I 2 + BPC235DK Word: Level II 2 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 + CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B 1 + CIS233AA Internet/Web Development Level II-A 1 + CIS233BA Internet/Web Development Level II-B 1 GBS151 Introduction to Business 3 OAS108 Business English 3 72
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Business Applications Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3548 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Microcomputer Business Applications continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 10 Area Note: Students should select ten (10) credits from the following courses in consultation with a program advisor: ART100 Introduction to Computer Graphic Art 1 BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM 1 + BPC101BA Introduction to Microcomputers II: IBM 1 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 + BPC111AB Computer Keyboarding II 1 BPC121AB MS-DOS Operating System 1 + BPC114CE Excel: Level III 1 + BPC117CM Database Management: Microsoft Access - Level III 1 + BPC118BB PowerPoint: Level II 1 BPC128AF Introduction to Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher 1 + CIS133CA Internet/Web Development Level I-C 1 + CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II 3 + COM259 Communication in Business and Professions 3 GBS205 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business 3 + GBS233 Business Communication 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision 3 MGT175 Business Organization and Management 3 MGT229 Management and Leadership I 3 MGT251 Human Relations in Business 3 MGT253 Owning and Operating a Small Business 3 MKT271 Principles of Marketing 3 Free Electives: None. 73
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microcomputer Business Applications Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3548 CIPS Code: 11.0601 Faculty Initiator: Shirley Miller Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Microcomputer Business Applications continued) General Studies Education: Credits: 25 CORE Credits: 15 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 6 Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR + COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment 3 Mathematics + Any approved general studies education course in the Mathematics area OR Equivalent course as indicated by assessment OR Satisfactory completion of a higher-level mathematics course 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general studies education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences ECN111 Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR ECN112 Microeconomic Principles (3) OR SBU200 Society and Business (3) 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general studies education course in the Natural Sciences area 4 74
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microsoft Networking Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), PVCC, RSC (Mor), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 62 Major Code: 3778 CIPS Code: 11.0901 Faculty Initiator: Deidre Grafel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Microsoft Networking Technology provides training for a supervisory-level position working with Windows networks. The program develops skills to implement a network infrastructure and install, configure, monitor, optimize, and troubleshoot Windows server and Windows client workstations. Courses in the program also help to prepare for Microsoft Certified Product Specialist (MCP), Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA), and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) examinations. The curriculum is taught by Microsoft Certified Professionals. Job Description: A Microsoft Networking administrator will be required to perform various tasks such as developing a local area network, installing and configuring software, creating and managing user and group accounts, analyzing and optimizing system performance, troubleshooting system and printing problems, interoperating with various operating systems, working with local area networks as well as metropolitan area networks and wide area networks, training end users, and working as a system administrator. Program Outline: Microsoft Networking Technology Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. Overall program minimum G.P.A. = 2.00. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 OR Permission of Department or Division 75
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microsoft Networking Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), PVCC, RSC (Mor), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 62 Major Code: 3778 CIPS Code: 11.0901 Faculty Initiator: Deidre Grafel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Microsoft Networking Technology continued) Required Courses: Credits: 24-25 BPC/CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System 1 + BPC170 Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep 3 CIS102 Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals 1 CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) OR CIS126AA UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND + CIS126BA UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND + CIS126CA UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR 3 CIS126DL Linux Operating System (3) OR CIS126AL Linux Operating System II (1) AND + CIS126BL Linux Operating System II (1) AND + CIS126CL Linux Operating System III (1) 3 + CIS190 Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR CNT140 Cisco Networking Basics (4) OR MST140 Microsoft Networking Essentials (3) 3-4 MST150++ Microsoft Windows Professional (any course) Any MST150 course 3 Course Note: Selected course will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives. + MST152++ Microsoft Windows Server (any course) Any MST152 course 3-4 Course Note: Selected course will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives. + MST155 Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure 3 + MST157 Implementing Windows Directory Services 3 + MST232 Managing a Windows Network Environment 3 76
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microsoft Networking Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), PVCC, RSC (Mor), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 62 Major Code: 3778 CIPS Code: 11.0901 Faculty Initiator: Deidre Grafel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Microsoft Networking Technology continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 13 For MST150++ and MST152++, select a different MS Windows version than the one selected for Required Courses. Area Note: Selected courses will not apply in both Required Courses and Restricted Electives area. Students should select thirteen (13) credits from the following courses in consultation with a program advisor: BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 + BPC171 Recycling Used Computer Technology 1-3 + BPC270 Microcomputer Maintenance II 3 + CIS150 Programming Fundamentals 3 + CIS159 Visual Basic Programming I 3 + CIS162AB C++: Level I (3) OR + CIS162AC Visual C++: Level I (3) 3 + CIS191 Novell NetWare System Administration 3 CIS280++ Any CIS280 Current Topics in Computing course 1-3 Course Note: Students may select no more than four (4) credits combined from CIS282AA-AC, CIS290AA-AC and CIS296WA-WD courses. + CIS282++ Volunteerism for Computer Information Systems: A Service Learning Experience (Any module) (1-3) OR + CIS290A++ Computer Information Systems Internship (Any module) (1-3) OR + CIS296W++ Cooperative Education (Any module) (1-4) 1-4 + CNT150 Cisco Networking Router Technologies 4 + MST141 Supporting Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3 + MST142 Supporting Applications on Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3 MST150++ Microsoft Windows Professional (any course) Any MST150 course 3 Course Note: Selected course will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives. + MST152++ Microsoft Windows Server (any course) Any MST152 course 4 Course Note: Selected course will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives. + MST157 Implementing Windows Directory Services 3 + MST232 Managing a Windows Network Environment 3 + MST242 Microsoft Exchange Server 4 + MST244 Microsoft SQL Server Administration 3 77
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microsoft Networking Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, PC (Mor), PVCC, RSC (Mor), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 62 Major Code: 3778 CIPS Code: 11.0901 Faculty Initiator: Deidre Grafel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Microsoft Networking Technology continued) (Restricted Electives continued) + MST252 Microsoft Windows Network Upgrade 3 + MST253 Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure 3 + MST254 Microsoft SQL Server Design and Implementation 3 + MST255 Designing Windows Network Infrastructure 3 + MST259 Designing Windows Network Security 3 + MST298A++ Special Projects (Any module) 1-3 Free Electives: None. General Education: Credits: 25 CORE Credits: 15 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 Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment 3 Mathematics + Any approved general education course in the Mathematics area 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences area 4 78
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Microsoft Desktop Support Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: CGCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (CGCC), EMCC, GCC, GWCC, MCC, PVCC, SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 18-19 Major Code: 5473 CIPS Code: 11.9999 Faculty Initiator: Deidre Grafel Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date:04/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date: Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Microsoft Desktop Support Technology is designed to provide training to work in an entry-level computer maintenance and help-desk position. Students will develop the skills to successfully troubleshoot desktop environments running on the Microsoft Windows operating system. Courses in the program also help to prepare for the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) examinations. Job Description: A Microsoft Desktop Support Technician will be required to perform various tasks such as end user support including installing, configuring, managing and troubleshooting Microsoft desktop operating systems and applications either at a call center, Help Desk, or in his or her own computer support business. Program Outline: Microsoft Desktop Support Technology (Spin-Off) Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 2 In lieu of the courses listed below, students with experience in the information technology field may meet these program prerequisite requirements with the permission of the instructor. BPC/CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System 1 CIS102 Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals 1 Required Courses: Credits: 18-19 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 + BPC170 Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep 3 + CIS190 Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR CNT140 Cisco Networking Basics (4) OR MST140 Microsoft Networking Essentials (3) 3-4 + MST141 Supporting Microsoft Windows Client Operating Systems 3 + MST142 Supporting Applications on Microsoft Windows Client Operating Systems 3 MST150XP Microsoft Windows XP Professional 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 79
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Law Enforcement Training Academy Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College specific Shared: CGCC, (GCC) Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:30 Major Code:5371 5485 CIPS Code:43.0107 Faculty Initiator: Jerry McCown Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Administration of Justice Studies (01) Development Date:03/21/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This certificate program is designed for students wishing to pursue a law enforcement career as a law enforcement officer. The student will develop skills in eight functional areas: Introduction to Law Enforcement, Law and Legal Matters, Patrol Procedures, Traffic Control, Crime Scene Management, Community and Police Relations, Report Writing, and Police Proficiency Skills. At the conclusion of this program the student will have completed all requirements of the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AzPOST) Board standards established to certify police officers in the State of Arizona. Program Outline: Law Enforcement Training Academy Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the Required Courses area. Admission Criteria: Must meet AzPOST minimum requirements for a law enforcement officer and meet any physical requirements by the Academy Director. Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 + AJS/LEO102 Peace Officer Certification I 15 + AJS/LEO202 Peace Officer Certification II 15 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 80
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Retail Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College-specific District-wide Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:64 Major Code: 3118 3048 CIPS Code:52.1401 Faculty Initiator: Richard Shortridge Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This is a two-year program designed to prepare students for entry-level management positions in the retailing industry. The program combines two types of education: classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Classroom instruction will provide the background & knowledge necessary for students to develop the judgment skills they must exercise as business managers. On-the-job field experiences will enable each student to work in a retail establishment which is approved by both the student & a faculty coordinator. Work experience will provide the student an opportunity to check his/her theoretical education against the everyday problems of practical business operation. The Retail Management degree is designed to prepare individuals working in the retail management, food industry, and related fields, for the mid-level management position challenges of the future. The curriculum encompasses business essentials and also emphasizes the skill sets needed for effective management and communication in the work environment. Instruction will provide the background and knowledge necessary for students to develop the judgment skills they must exercise as business managers. Program Outline: Retail Management Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. ++ indicates any module Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None 81
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Retail Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College-specific District-wide Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:64 Major Code: 3118 3048 CIPS Code:52.1401 Faculty Initiator: Richard Shortridge Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Retail Management continued) Required Courses: Credits: 31-33 39 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + ACC230 Uses of Accounting Information I 3 + ACC240 Uses of Accounting Information II 3 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) OR CISI05 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR IND133 Speaking in Business (3) 3 GBS110 Human Relations in Business and Industry (3) OR MGT251 Human Relations in Business (3) 3 GBS151 Introduction to Business 3 GBS131 Business Calculations (3) OR + GBS161 Mathematics of Business (3) 3 GBS205 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business 3 + GBS233 Business Communication 3 MGT101 Techniques of Supervision (3) OR MGT229 Management and Leadership I (3) 3 MGT179 Utilizing the Human Resources Department (3) OR MGT276 Personnel/Human Resources Management (3) 3 MKT263 Advertising Principles 3 MKT267 Principles of Salesmanship 3 MKT268 Merchandising 3 MKT271 Principles of Marketing 3 + MKT280++ Marketing Internship 1-3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 None ELT100 Survey of Electronics 3 INT115 Historical Architecture and Furniture 3 MGT253 Owning and Operating a Small Business 3 TEC109 Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 3 TEC222 Textiles 3 82
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Retail Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College-specific District-wide Overall G.P.A.:2.00 Total Credits:64 Major Code: 3118 3048 CIPS Code:52.1401 Faculty Initiator: Richard Shortridge Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS Retail Management continued) Free Electives: None General Education: Credits: 25 CORE Credits: 15 First-Year Composition ENG102 or ENG108 recommended for students pursuing a BAS degree at an Arizona university. + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND OR + ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) OR + ENG111 Technical Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication + COM230 Small Group Communication 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent by assessment 3 Mathematics + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent 3 + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR Satisfactory completion of a higher mathematics course. 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities & and Fine Arts + PHI214 Business Ethics 3 Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) OR SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) 3 SBU200 Society and Business 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area. 4 83
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Clinical Research Coordinating Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 16 Major Code: 5161 CIPS Code: 51.0999 Faculty Initiator: Linda Mottle Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date:5/18/05, 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd Description: The Clinical Research Coordinating Certificate of Completion (CCL) is a 16 credit hour program achievable within a 12-24 month period. Required coursework covers research study management, project activities, subject coordination, and regulatory documentation and administration. The program focus is on the achievement of behavioral competencies and technical skills for CRCs including research site preparation; subject screening, enrollment, recruitment, and follow-up visits; maintenance and dispensing of drug supplies; completion of case report forms and regulatory documents; and the adherence to Good Clinical Practice guidelines. The Clinical Research Coordinating program is taught in accordance with standards of the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA) and the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) for their nationally and internationally recognized CRC certification examinations. Course components such as research ethics and Institutional Review Board operations, are based on the standards and guidelines of the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIMR) and the Applied Research Ethics National Association (ARENA). Program Outline: Clinical Research Coordinating Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) Admission Criteria: 1. Admission to the Clinical Research Coordinating program. Formal application and admission to the program is required. 2. Current Health Care Provider CPR card. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 13 13.5 Area Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses within the Program Prerequisites area. Area Note: Students must select Option I or Option II or Option III. OPTION I: Credits: 0 A professional healthcare license OR certification OR registration AND two years work experience in a health care field. OR OPTION II: Credits: 0 Permission of the program director based on evaluation of comparable work experience. OR 84
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Clinical Research Coordinating Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 16 Major Code: 5161 CIPS Code: 51.0999 Faculty Initiator: Linda Mottle Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date:5/18/05, 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (CCL Clinical Research Coordinating continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) OPTION III: Credits: 13 13.5 Two years work experience in a health care field AND BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) OR Equivalent 4 BPC/CIS Any 0.5 credit BPC/CIS prefixed course 0.5 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC145 Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers (3) OR HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I (1.0) AND + HCC145AB Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers II (1.0) AND + HCC145AC Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers III (1.0) OR Equivalent 3 + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR Equivalent higher level mathematics course 3 Required Courses: Credits: 16 CRC/HSE120 Introduction to Clinical Research (4) OR Equivalent 4 + CRC/HSE200 Legal and Regulatory Research Compliance 4 + CRC/HSE210 Research Design and Data Management 4 + CRC/HSE250 Clinical Research Site Management 4 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 85
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fast Track Practical Nursing Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30 Major Code:5114 CIPS Code: 51.1613 Faculty Initiator: Lori Riden Instructional Council: Nursing Program (42) Development Date:2/16/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: Description: This program provides students with the theory and skills required to practice as a practical nurse in acute care, extended care, intermediate care and community settings. The program of study combines nursing theory lectures with planned patient care learning experiences in hospitals, nursing homes and community health care agencies. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX-PN) to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the Arizona State Board of Nursing according to Title 32, Chapter 15 of the Arizona Revised Statues. Program Outline: Fast Track Practical Nursing Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Application and acceptance into Fast-Track Practical Nursing Program. Documentation of Health and Safety Requirements. College Placement Exam or Nurse Entrance Exam (NET). High school graduate or G.E.D. or permission of program chair. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 8 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) AND HCC130AB Workplace Behavior 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) 3 HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 Current CNA or ICAN Advanced Placement OR + NUR156 Nurse Assisting (2) AND + NUR157 Nurse Assisting Lab (2) 4 86
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fast Track Practical Nursing Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30 Major Code:5114 CIPS Code: 51.1613 Faculty Initiator: Lori Riden Instructional Council: Nursing Program (42) Development Date:2/16/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: (CCL Fast Track Practical Nursing) Required Courses: Credits: 22 + NUR161PN Nursing Process and Critical Thinking I 5 + NUR163PN Health Assessment and Health Promotion I 1 + NUR167PN Pharmacology and Medication Administration 3 2 + NUR169PN Nursing Science I 3 5 + NUR181PN Nursing Process and Critical thinking II 5 + NUR185PN Developing the Nurse’s Role 1 + NUR189PN Nursing Science II 4 5 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 87
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Information Security Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared: GWCC(Primary), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, PC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64-66 Major Code:3039 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) 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: 5/17/05 Description: The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Information Security is designed to provide students with the knowledge and tools to understand how networks, operating systems and programs function. Emphasis is placed on developing the theoretical and practical skills needed to maintain security on mission-critical data and systems. The program is designed to meet the training needs of government and industry employees. The program covers a variety of information security disciplines which include both vendor-neutral and vendor-specific information technology (IT) security training. The Information Security program prepares students for internationally recognized IT certifications and high demands in business, industry and government. Program Outline: Information Security Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 27 Certificate of Completion: Information Security Technology (5347) 27 88
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Information Security Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared: GW(Primary), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, PC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64-66 Major Code:3039 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) 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: 5/17/05 (AAS in Information Security continued) Restricted Elective: Students should select 12 credits from the list below of which 6 credits must be ITS prefixed courses. 12 + CIS162AB C++: Level I 3 + CIS162AD C#: Level I 3 + CIS163AA Java Programming: Level I (3) 3 + CIS238US UNIX Security 3 + CIS271DL Linux Security 3 + CNT160 Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing 3 + CNT170 Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies 3 + CNT182 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Configuration 4 3 + CNT185 Cisco Network Security 4 + CNT186 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs 4 ITS100 Information Security Awareness 2 1 + ITS150 Building Trusted Networks in the Enterprise 3 + ITS160 Managing Trusted Networks in the Enterprise 3 ITS170 Information Security Policy Development 1 + ITS171 Information Security Risk Management 1 ITS172 Viruses and Other Malicious Software 1 + ITS230 Deploying Snort Intrusion Detection System (IDS) 1 3 + ITS231 Router Hardening 1 + ITS232 Layer 2 Attacks and Defenses 3 + ITS233 Wireless Network Security 3 + ITS290 Computer Security Incident Response 3 + ITS291 Computer Forensics Foundations 4 + ITS292 Advanced Computer Forensics 4 + ITS295AA Special Topics in Information Security 1 + ITS295AB Special Topics in Information Security 2 + ITS295AC Special Topics in Information Security 3 ITS298AA Special Projects 1 ITS298AB Special Projects 2 ITS298AC Special Projects 3 + MST152 Microsoft Windows Server 4 + MST259 Designing Windows Network Security 3 Free Electives: None. 89
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Information Security Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared: GW(Primary), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, PC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64-66 Major Code:3039 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) 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: 5/17/05 (AAS in Information Security continued) General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE: Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND + ENG108 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) 6 Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR + COM225 Public Speaking (3) OR + COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I 3 Mathematics + MAT150 College Algebra/Functions (5) OR + MAT151 College Algebra/Functions (4) OR + MAT152 College Algebra/Functions (3) 3-5 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area 4 90
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Information Security Administration Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared: GWCC (Primary), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 29 Major Code:5388 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) 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: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Information Security Administration is designed to provide students with the knowledge and tools to understand how networks, operating systems and programs function, as well as, how to protect them. Emphasis is placed on developing the knowledge and skills to maintain security on mission-critical data and computer systems. The program is designed to meet the training needs of employees in both public and private sectors. The program covers a variety of information security disciplines that include both vendor-neutral and vendor-specific security training. The Information Security Technology program prepares students for internationally recognized industry certifications. Program Outline: Information Security Administration Program Notes: (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.) (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: 27 Certificate of Completion: Information Security Technology (5347) 27 Required Courses: Credits: 23 + CIS162AB C++: Level I (3) OR + CIS162AD C#: Level I (3) OR + CIS163AA Java Programming: Level I (3) 3 + CNT160 Cisco Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing 3 + CNT170 Cisco Wide Area Networks (WAN) Technologies 3 + CNT186 Fundamentals of Wireless LANs 4 + ITS150 Building Trusted Networks in the Enterprise 3 + ITS160 Managing Trusted Networks in the Enterprise 3 + MST152 Microsoft Windows Server 4 91
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Information Security Administration Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: Shared: GWCC (Primary), CGCC, EMCC, GCC, SMCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 29 Major Code:5388 CIPS Code: 11.10.03 Faculty Initiator: Stephen Wetzel Instructional Council: Computer Information Systems (12) 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: (CCL in Information Security Administration continued) Restricted Elective: 6 6 + CIS238US UNIX Security 3 + CNT182 Cisco Secure PIX Firewall Configuration 4 3 + CNT185 Cisco Network Security 4 ITS100 Information Security Awareness 2 1 ITS170 Information Security Policy Development 1 + ITS171 Information Security Risk Management 1 ITS172 Viruses and Other Malicious Software 1 + ITS230 Deploying Snort Intrusion Detection System (IDS) 1 3 + ITS231 Router Hardening 1 + ITS232 Layer 2 Attacks and Defenses 3 + ITS233 Wireless Network Security 3 + MST259 Designing Windows Network Security 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 92
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Physical Therapist Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 66-67 68-69 Major Code:3675 CIPS Code: 51.08.06 Faculty Initiator: Peter Zawicki Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/8/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd Description: The Physical Therapist Assisting program prepares students to use physical therapy modalities and procedures under the direction of a physical therapist. The physical therapist assistant works with patients who have physical impairments requiring physical therapy services to relieve pain and heal damaged tissue; improve range of motion, strength, and functional mobility. Physical therapy treatments include the application of modalities and therapeutic exercise, as well as training in mobility skills for activities of daily living. Forecasting predicts a strong job market in this field for many years to come. The curriculum prepares students for a career as a physical therapist assistant. The program is a two-year, full-time day program composed of classroom and clinical experiences. One summer of study is included in the program. The curriculum prepares students for a career as a physical therapist assistant. There are two options for completing the program. The two-year, full-time day program is composed of classroom and clinical experiences. One summer of study is included in the program. The distance education program combines on-line and classroom instruction with clinical experiences. The Physical Therapist Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. Only graduates of an accredited training program may practice as a physical therapist assistant in the state of Arizona. Program graduates are eligible to apply for the certification exam administered by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy and the Professional Examination Service. A passing grade score on this exam is required for licensure/certification to practice as a physical therapist assistant in Arizona and in many other states. Program Outline: Physical Therapist Assisting Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites Current Health Care Provider CPR card required. Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites options may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924. Admission Criteria: Application Admission to the Program. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 7-12 7-10 Forty (40) Hours of paid or volunteer experience in a physical therapy setting supervised by a licensed physical therapist. Area note: Successful Completion of the following college courses with a cumulative GPA 2.4 BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4) OR + BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4) 4 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 93
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Physical Therapist Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 66-67 Major Code:3675 CIPS Code: 51.08.06 Faculty Initiator: Peter Zawicki Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/8/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Physical Therapist Assisting) (Program Prerequisites continued) Area note: Students must also select one of the following 4 2 options: Option 1: Currently credentialed in a health care discipline OR two years of experience in a related health care field/health services setting. HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers (2) OR Equivalent by Assessment 2 OR Option 2: Holds a degree in a recognized health science discipline AND One year of employment in a health services setting. OR Option 3: Two years of experience in a related health care field/health services setting. OR Option 4 2: Credits: 5 3 Area note: Successful Completion of the following college courses with a cumulative GPA of 2.4 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 HCC130 is waived for students who have completed an Associate of in Applied Science degree or higher degree in a health science discipline from an a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by Maricopa County Community College District. 94
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Physical Therapist Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 66-67 Major Code:3675 CIPS Code: 51.08.06 Faculty Initiator: Peter Zawicki Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/8/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Physical Therapist Assisting) Required Courses: Credits: 52 54 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 + PTA101 Survey of Physical Therapy 1.5 + PTA103 Kinesiology (3) OR + PTA103AA Basic Concepts in Kinesiology (1) AND + PTA103AB Kinesiology of the Upper Extremity (0.5) AND + PTA103AC Kinesiology of the Lower Extremity (0.5) AND + PTA103AD Kinesiology of the Spine and Human Locomotion (0.5) AND + PTA103AE Independent Study in Kinesiology (0.5) 3 + PTA104 Musculo-Skeletal Assessment Techniques 1.5 + PTA200 Patient Mobility Techniques 4 + PTA202 Selected Physical Therapy Modalities (5) OR + PTA202AA Inflammation, Pain Management and Therapeutic Massage (1) AND + PTA202AB Superficial Heat and Cold in Physical Therapy (1.5) AND + PTA202AC Therapeutic Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Radiation (1.5) AND + PTA202AD Traction, Light, and Intermittent Venous Compression (1) 5 + PTA203 Clinical Pathology 3 + PTA205 Communication in Physical Therapy 1.5 + PTA206 Clinical Practicum I 4 + PTA208 Rehabilitation of Special Populations (5) OR + PTA208AA Brain Injury Management in Physical Therapy (1.5) AND + PTA208AB Prosthetics and Orthotics in Rehabilitation (1) AND + PTA208AC Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (1) AND + PTA208AD Cardiopulmonary and Spinal Cord Injury Management (1) AND + PTA208AE Basic Concepts of Motor Development and Learning (0.5) 5 + PTA210 Orthopedic Physical Therapy 4 + PTA214 Electromodalities 2.5 + PTA217 Clinical Neurology 2 + PTA230 Physical Therapy Seminar 2 + PTA280 Clinical Practicum II 4 + PTA290 Clinical Practicum III 4 + PTA295 Physical Therapist Assistant Examination Review 2 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. 95
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Physical Therapist Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 66-67 Major Code:3675 CIPS Code: 51.08.06 Faculty Initiator: Peter Zawicki Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/8/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/05-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 6/6/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Physical Therapist Assisting) General Education: Credits: 14-15 CORE: Credits: 12 First Year + Composition Met by ENG101 in Program Prerequisites area 0 + ENG102 First-Year Composition 3 Oral Communication Any approved General Education course from the Oral Communication area 3 + Critical Reading CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 Mathematics Any approved General Education course from the Mathematics area 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 2-3 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved General Education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts area 2-3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Met by PSY101 in Required Courses 0 Natural Science Met by BIO160 OR BIO201 Program Prerequisites area 0 96
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Medical Radiography Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 83.5-90 84-90.5 Major Code: 3582 CIPS Code: 51.09.07 51.09.11 Faculty Initiator: Kathy Kunath 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:5/11/05, 5/17/05, 5/19/05 say; 06/07/05 yd Description: Radiographers provide patient services using imaging modalities, as directed by physicians qualified to order and/or perform radiologic procedures. Radiographers usually provide patient care essential to radiologic procedures; this includes exercising judgment when performing medical imaging procedures. When providing patient services, the radiographer adheres to the principles of radiation protection for the patient, self, and others. Radiographers accurately demonstrate anatomical structures on a radiograph by applying knowledge of anatomy, positioning, and radiographic techniques. Other duties include maintaining equipment, processing film, keeping patient records, and performing various office tasks. Program Outline: Medical Radiography Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites Current Health Care Provider CPR card required. Students with other related health care experiences not listed in the following Program Prerequisites options may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924. Admission Criteria: Acceptance to the Program. Formal application and admission to the program is required. Current Health Care Provider CPR card required. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 17-23.5 Area Note: Students must earn a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better in all courses within the Program Prerequisites area with the exception of DMI100 and HCC164. Students must earn a "C" or better in DMI100 and HCC164 (or a "P" grade if offered as a "P/Z"). Students must select Option I or Option II or Option III. OPTION I: Credits: 17.0 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. BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 COM++ Any approved general studies course in the Oral Communication area 3 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment (Asset Reading Placement Test) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 DMI100 Introduction to Diagnostic Medical Imaging 0.5 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 + MAT092 Introductory Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by assessment OR higher level mathematic course OR one (1) year high school Algebra 3 97
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Medical Radiography Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 83.5-90 Major Code: 3582 CIPS Code: 51.09.07 Faculty Initiator: Kathy Kunath 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:5/11/05, 5/17/05, 5/19/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Medical Radiography continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) OPTION II: Credits: 22.5 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) 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) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider or Equivalent 0.5 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 COM++ Any approved general studies course in the Oral Communication area 3 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment (Asset Reading Placement Test) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 + DMI100 Introduction to Diagnostic Medical Imaging 0.5 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 + MAT092 Introductory Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by assessment OR higher level mathematic course OR one (1) year high school Algebra 3 OPTION III: Credits: 23.5 Option 3 is available to medical radiography practical technologists (PTs) with current state Medical Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners (MRTBE) licensure. BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 COM++ Any approved general studies course in the Oral Communication area 3 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment (Asset Reading Placement Test) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 + ENG101 First-Year Composition 3 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 98
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Medical Radiography Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 83.5-90 Major Code: 3582 CIPS Code: 51.09.07 Faculty Initiator: Kathy Kunath 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:5/11/05, 5/17/05, 5/19/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Medical Radiography continued) Required Courses: Credits: 55.5 56 Area Note: Students who have been admitted into Option 3 in the Prerequisites Area are not required to enroll in DMI101, DMI102, DMI103, DMI104, DMI105, DMI106, DMI107, but are required to take Credit by Evaluation. + DMI101 Radiation Safety 2 + DMI102 Radiographic Positioning I 4 + DMI103 Radiographic Processing 1 1.5 + DMI104 Radiography Practicum I 6 + DMI105 Fundamentals of Radiation Physics 3 + DMI106 Radiographic Image Evaluation I 1 + DMI107 Radiographic Technique 4 + DMI112AA Skeletal Procedures I 1.5 + DMI112AB Skeletal Procedures II 1.5 + DMI114AA Radiography Practicum IIA 1.5 + DMI114AB Radiography Practicum IIB 1.5 + DMI118AA Contrast Media Procedures I 1 + DMI118AB Contrast Media Procedures II 1 + DMI204 Radiography Practicum III 5 + DMI211 Pharmacology of Contrast Agents 0.5 + DMI212 Advanced Radiographic Procedures 1 + DMI214 Radiography Practicum IV 5 + DMI215 Radiation Biology 2 + DMI216 Radiographic Image Evaluation II 1 + DMI221 Advanced Imaging Modalities and Radiation Protection 2 + DMI222 Advanced Radiologic Pathology 1 + DMI224 Radiography Practicum V 5 + DMI225 Quality Improvement 1 + DMI226 Radiographic Image Evaluation III 1 + DMI227 Radiography Seminar 1 + HCC200 Basic Client Care for Allied Health 0.5 + HCC218 Venous Access for Diagnostic Agents 0.5 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. 99
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Medical Radiography Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 83.5-90 Major Code: 3582 CIPS Code: 51.09.07 Faculty Initiator: Kathy Kunath 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:5/11/05, 5/17/05, 5/19/05 say; 06/07/05 yd (AAS in Medical Radiography continued) General Education: Credits: 11 CORE Credits: 6 First Year Composition + Met by ENG101 in Program Prerequisites area 0 + ENG102 First Year Composition 3 Oral Communication Met by any Oral Communication course in Program Prerequisites area 0 Critical Reading + Met by CRE101 or CRE111 in Program Prerequisites area OR Equivalent by Assessment 0 + Mathematics MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 5 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved course in the Social and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Sciences Met by BIO160 in Program Prerequisites area 0 100
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Surgical Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 31 Major Code:5673 CIPS Code: 51.0909 Faculty Initiator: Susan Wallen Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/04-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date:5/17/05 Description: The Surgical Technology program is designed for students with an interest in working in the surgical setting and caring for patients that are undergoing a surgical procedure. Students will apply manual dexterity and knowledge of surgical technology under the direction of a surgeon, and in conjunction with the surgical team. At the completion of the program, graduates may seek employment in a hospital, surgical center, or other outpatient settings. Program Outline: Surgical Technology Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites. Current Health Care Provider CPR card required Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites options may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924 Admission Criteria: Acceptance to the program. Formal application and admission to the program is required. Current Health Care Provider CPR card required Program Prerequisites: Credits: 10.5 Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in CRE111. BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 BPC100AA Business-Personal Computers I 0.5 BPC/CIS Any BPC/CIS prefixed course 0.5 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry OR Equivalent by assessment 3 + MAT092 Introductory Algebra (3) OR + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR higher-level mathematics course 3 Students must also select one of the following 2 options. Option I: 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. 101
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Surgical Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 31 Major Code:5673 CIPS Code: 51.0909 Faculty Initiator: Susan Wallen Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23/04-5/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date:5/17/05 (CCL in Surgical Technology continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) Option II: 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) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider OR Equivalent 0.5 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 Required Courses: Credits: 31 BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 + HCC200 Basic Client Care for Allied Health 0.5 + SGT103AA Surgical Asepsis 1 + SGT103AB Sterilization and Disinfection 1 SGT104AA Basic Surgical Instrumentation 0.5 SGT104AB Specialty Surgical Instruments 0.5 + SGT110 Basic Surgical Procedures 4 + SGT115 Operating Room Orientation 1 + SGT120 Operating Room Practicum I 2 + SGT208 Surgical Patient Care Concepts 1 + SGT210 Advanced Surgical Procedures 5 SGT217 Pharmacology for Surgical Technology 2 + SGT220 Operating Room Practicum II 3 + SGT225 Operating Room Practicum III 3 + SGT227 Operating Room Practicum IV 3 + SGT275 Certification Examinations Preparation 1 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None General Education: None 102
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Surgical Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 73.5 Major Code:3673 CIPS Code: 51.0909 Faculty Initiator: Susan Wallen Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 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 Surgical Technology program is designed for students with an interest in working in the surgical setting and caring for patients that are undergoing a surgical procedure. Students will apply manual dexterity and knowledge of surgical technology under the direction of a surgeon, and in conjunction with the surgical team. At the completion of the program, graduates may seek employment in a hospital, surgical center, or other outpatient settings. Program Outline: Surgical Technology Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisites. Current Health Care Provider CPR card required Students with other related health care experiences not listed on the following Program Prerequisites options may request an evaluation for course competency equivalence through the Integrated Competency Assessment Network (ICAN) by calling 480.731.8924 Admission Criteria: Acceptance to the program. Formal application and admission to the program is required. Current Health Care Provider CPR card required. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 10.5 Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in CRE101 or CRE111. BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 BPC100AA Business-Personal Computers I 0.5 BPC/CIS Any BPC/CIS prefixed course 0.5 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry OR Equivalent by assessment 3 + MAT092 Introductory Algebra (3) OR + MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR higher-level mathematics course 3 Students must also select one of the following 2 options. Option I: 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. 103
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Surgical Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 73.5 Major Code:3673 CIPS Code: 51.0909 Faculty Initiator: Susan Wallen Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 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 (AAS in Surgical Technology continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) Option II: 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) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider OR Equivalent 0.5 HCC146 Common Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers 2 Required Courses: Credits: 31 BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + HCC164 Pharmacology for Allied Health 0.5 + HCC200 Basic Client Care for Allied Health 0.5 + SGT103AA Surgical Asepsis 1 + SGT103AB Sterilization and Disinfection 1 SGT104AA Basic Surgical Instrumentation 0.5 SGT104AB Specialty Surgical Instruments 0.5 + SGT110 Basic Surgical Procedures 4 + SGT115 Operating Room Orientation 1 + SGT120 Operating Room Practicum I 2 + SGT208 Surgical Patient Care Concepts 1 + SGT210 Advanced Surgical Procedures 5 SGT217 Pharmacology for Surgical Technology 2 + SGT220 Operating Room Practicum II 3 + SGT225 Operating Room Practicum III 3 + SGT227 Operating Room Practicum IV 3 + SGT275 Certification Examinations Preparation 1 104
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Surgical Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: GWCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 73.5 Major Code:3673 CIPS Code: 51.0909 Faculty Initiator: Susan Wallen Instructional Council: Allied Health (51) Development Date:3/2/05 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 (AAS in Surgical Technology continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 14 + BIO205 Microbiology 4 + BIO241 Human Genetics 4 + CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry 3 + CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab 1 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + COM230 Small Group Communication 3 COM263 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3 + ENG111 Technical Writing 3 + MAT151 College Algebra/Function 4 Free Electives: None. General Studies Education: Credits: 18 CORE Credits: 12 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND + ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) 6 Oral Communication COM110 Interpersonal Communication 3 Critical Reading + Met by CRE101 OR CRE111 in Program Prerequisites area 0 Mathematics + MAT122 (3) OR Equivalent by Assessment 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 6 Humanities and Fine Arts HUM101 General Humanities 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) OR PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) 3 Natural Sciences Met by BIO160 (4) in Program Prerequisites area 0 105
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: Phoenix College Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared by: MCC, PC College Specific to PC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 27 Major Code: 5430 CIPS Code: 50.04.08 Faculty Initiator: Ken Roberts Instructional Council: Interior Design (37) Development Date: 04/25/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Description: This advanced certificate provides a comprehensive program intended to prepare students for professional certification in the field of interior design. Additional interiors course work is done in support systems (lighting; acoustics; plumbing; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC)), codes, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), advanced presentation skills, and additional studio problem solving. Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Interior Design, or equivalent, or permission of program director. Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 15 + DFT122 Residential Architectural Drafting (3) OR + CAD274 Residential Design CAD (3) 3 + INT245 Color Rendering 3 + INT260AB ADA Compliance 1.5 + INT260AC Interior Building Codes 1.5 + INT265 Residential Systems Design 3 + INT270 Commercial Design 3 106
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Award Type: Certificate of Completion Initiating College: Phoenix College Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared by: MCC, PC College Specific to PC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 27 Major Code: 5430 CIPS Code: 50.04.08 Faculty Initiator: Ken Roberts Instructional Council: Interior Design (37) Development Date: 04/25/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12 General education courses listed in the Restricted Electives are needed to fulfill program requirements and certification guidelines. ARH101 Prehistoric Through Gothic Art 3 ARH102 Renaissance Through Contemporary Art 3 ASB102 Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology 3 ASB211 Women in Other Cultures 3 ASB235 Southwest Archaeology 3 CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 CFS159 The Modern Family 3 CFS176 Child Development 3 CFS205 Human Development 3 + CFS259 Sexuality Over the Life Span 3 ECN+++++ Any Economics course. 3 ENH+++++ Any English Humanities course. 3 + HCR210 Clinical Health Care Ethics 3 HIS+++++ Any History course. 3 HUM+++++ Any Humanities course. 3 IBS109 Cultural Dimension and International Trade 3 MHL143 Music in World Cultures 3 MHL145 American Jazz and Popular Music 3 MHL146 Survey of Broadway Musicals 3 MHL147 Music of African-American Cultures 3 PHI+++++ Any Philosophy course, except PHI113. 3 PSY125 Leadership and Group Dynamics 3 + PSY218 Health Psychology 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 + PSY250 Social Psychology 3 REC120 Leisure and the Quality of Life 3 REC160 Leisure and Society 3 REL+++++ Any Religious Studies course. 3 SBU200 Society and Business 3 SOC+++++ Any Sociology course, except SOC242. 3 THE111 Introduction to Theatre 3 THE205 Introduction to Cinema 3 THE210 Contemporary Cinema 3 + THE220 Modern Drama 3 Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 107
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Advanced Interior Design Interior Design: Advanced Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC, PC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: MCC, PC College Specific to MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 27 Major Code: 5430 5482 CIPS Code: 50.04.08 Faculty Initiator: Sally Kroelinger Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Interior Design (37) Development Date:04/25/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date:05/11/05, 05/17/05, 5/18/05 say Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Interior Design: Advanced This advanced certificate provides a comprehensive program intended to prepare students for professional certification status in the field of interior design. Additional interiors coursework is done in support building systems (lighting; acoustics; plumbing; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC)), codes, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), advanced presentation and CAD skills, and additional studio problem solving. Program Outline: Advanced Interior Design Interior Design: Advanced Program Notes: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites Restricted Electives area: Students should select restricted electives that are not part of the general education courses in the AAS Interior Design degree this allows for a broader general education experience. Admission Criteria: Completion of Associate in Applied Science in Interior Design, or equivalent, or and permission of Program Director. Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 15 18 ARH101 Prehistoric Through Gothic Art (3) OR ARH102 Renaissance Through Contemporary Art (3) 3 + DFT122 Residential Architectural Drafting (3) OR + CAD274 Residential Design CAD (3) 3 + INT245 Color Rendering 3 + INT260AB ADA Compliance 1.5 + INT260AC Interior Building Codes 1.5 + INT265 Building Systems 3 + INT270 Commercial Design 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12 9 General education courses listed in the Restricted Electives are needed to fulfill program requirements and certification guidelines ARH101 Prehistoric Through Gothic Art 3 ARH102 Renaissance Through Contemporary Art 3 ARH+++++ Any ARH course except ARH101 and ARH102 3 ASB102 Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology 3 ASB211 Women in Other Cultures 3 ASB235 Southwest Archaeology 3 BIO+++++ Any Biology course CFS157 Marriage and Family Life 3 108
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Advanced Interior Design Interior Design: Advanced Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC, PC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: MCC, PC College Specific to MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 27 Major Code: 5430 5482 CIPS Code: 50.04.08 Faculty Initiator: Sally Kroelinger Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Interior Design (37) Development Date:04/25/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date:05/11/05, 05/17/05, 5/18/05 say (CCL in Interior Design: Advanced continued) (Restricted Electives continued) CFS159 The Modern Family 3 CFS176 Child Development 3 CFS205 Human Development 3 + CFS259 Sexuality Over the Life Span 3 CHM+++++ Any Chemistry course 4 ECN+++++ Any Economics course. 3 ENH+++++ Any English Humanities course. 3 + HCR210 Clinical Health Care Ethics 3 HIS+++++ Any History course. 3 HUM+++++ Any Humanities course. 3 IBS109 Cultural Dimension and International Trade 3 MAT+++++ Any Mathematics course 3-5 MHL143 Music in World Cultures 3 MHL145 American Jazz and Popular Music 3 MHL146 Survey of Broadway Musicals 3 MHL147 Music of African-American Cultures 3 MHL+++++ Any Music Humanities course 3 PHI+++++ Any Philosophy course, except PHI113. 3 PHY+++++ Any Physics course 3 PSY125 Leadership and Group Dynamics 3 + PSY218 Health Psychology 3 + PSY240 Developmental Psychology 3 + PSY250 Social Psychology 3 REC120 Leisure and the Quality of Life 3 REC160 Leisure and Society 3 REL+++++ Any Religious Studies course. 3 SBU200 Society and Business 3 SOC+++++ Any Sociology course, except SOC242. 3 THE111 Introduction to Theatre 3 THE205 Introduction to Cinema 3 THE210 Contemporary Cinema 3 + THE220 Modern Drama 3 Free Electives: None General Education: None 109
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Basic Firefighter Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term: 20054 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (MCC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30 Major Code: 5417 5486 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Hans Silberschlag Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Dean Larry Thacker Emergency Medical Technology / Fire Science Technology (54) Development Date: 5/12/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Fire Science Technology Certificate is designed for students who need (1) advanced training as professional firefighters. (2) basic preparation courses for a career in fire services and/or (3) more comprehensive information about the fire hazard and prevention. Certificate can be used by professional firefighters for promotions and salary advancement within the Fire Services. The program will provide courses for plant safety for fire protection personnel and basic emergency services for lay persons who need intensive first aid training. The unique features of the program is that the instructor are professional firefighters and/or licensed Emergency Medical Training Personnel. Program Outline: Basic Firefighter Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 + EMT104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 + EMT238 Vehicular Extrication and Patient Stabilization 2 FSC102 Fire Department Operations 11 FSC105 Hazardous Materials First Responder 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC208 Firefighter Safety/Building Construction 3 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 110
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Business Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 Major Code:3852 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Business prepares students for entry-level careers in a field of their choice: business communication, management, marketing, management information systems, real estate, international business, office software applications specialist technology support analyst, Internet/Intranet Web technology, project management, or small business. The program includes both general studies and business coursework. Program Outline: Business Program Notes: (Note: +indicates course has prerequisities and/or corequisites) (Note:: ++indicates any module (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 29 ACC109 Accounting Concepts 3 **BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications (3) or CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3) 3 GBS151 Introduction to Business (3) or IBS101 Introduction to International Business (3) 3 GBS205 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business 3 +GBS233 Business Communication 3 MGT251 Human Relations in Business 3 MKT271 Principles of Marketing 3 OAS108 Business English 3 TQM101 Quality Customer Service 3 TQM240 Project Management in Quality Organizations 2 111
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Business Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 Major Code:3852 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Business continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 11-16 15 (Note: Students must select one of the following ten tracks) Track I: Business Communication Credits: 15 COM110 Interpersonal Communication 3 +COM259 Communication in Business and Professions 3 COM263 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3 +ENG111 Technical Writing 3 MKT101 Introduction to Public Relations 3 Track II: Management Credits: 16 15 MGT229 Management and Leadership I 3 MGT147 Supply Chain Management 3 MGT276 Personnel/Human Resources Management 3 SBU200 Society and Business 3 TQM220 Leadership and Empowerment Strategies 2 TQM230 Teamwork Dynamics 2 TQM235 Motivation, Evaluation, and Recognition Systems 2 Track III: Marketing Credits: 15 MKT101 Introduction to Public Relations (3) or +MKT277 Advanced Sales (3) 3 MKT263 Advertising Principles 3 MKT267 Principles of Salesmanship 3 MKT268 Merchandising 3 +MKT273 Marketing Research 3 Track IV: Management Information Systems Credits: 15 CIS117DM Microsoft Access : Database Management (3) OR CIS276 Database Management Systems (3) 3 CIS150AB Object-Oriented Programming 3 +CIS159 Visual Basic Programming I 3 CIS169 Introduction to Visual Basic for Applications (3) OR +CIS259 Visual Basic Programming II (3) 3 CIS225AB Object-Oriented Analysis and Design 3 112
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Business Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 Major Code:3852 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Business continued) (Restricted Electives continued) Track V: Real Estate Credits: 15 REA179 Real Estate Principles I 3 REA180 Real Estate Principles II 3 REA282 Real Estate Finance (3) or REA285 Real Estate Selling (3) 3 REA283 Property Management (3) or REA284 Real Estate Appraisal 3 REA286 Advanced Real Estate Appraisal (3) or REA288 Real Estate Investment Strategy (3) 3 Track VI: International Trade Credits: 15 IBS109 Cultural Dimension for International Trade 3 +IBS116 Import/Export Management 3 +IBS118 International Marketing Management 3 +IBS123 U.S. Custom and Export Licensing Regulations 3 +IBS140 International Financial Management 3 **Track VII: Office Software Applications Specialist Technology Support Analyst Credits: 13 15 (Note: **BPC110 is required for track seven) BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I .5 BPC106BH MS Outlook: Level II .5 BPC/OAS111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 BPC /CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 BPC125 Microcomputer Set-up and Maintenance 1 BPC/CIS133AA The Internet/World Wide Web: Level I 1 +BPC210 Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 +BPC225 Computer Configuration and Enhancement 1 +BPC250 Post-Advanced Computer Usage and Applicatons 3 CIS109AM Networking Technology I 2 GBS104 Quality Telephone Techniques 1 GBS131 Business Calculations 3 ITS172 Viruses and Other Malicious Software 1 OAS101 Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting 3 OAS118 10-Key by Touch 1 113
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Business Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 Major Code:3852 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Business continued) (Restricted Electives continued) Track VIII: Web Technology Credits: 11 CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I 3 +CIS233AB Internet Web Publishing: Front Page Level I 1 +CIS233AC The Internet Web Publishing: Dreamweaver Level I 1 +CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II 3 +CIS235 e-Commerce 3 Track IX: Project Management Credits: 14 BPC/CIS224 Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows 3 +MGT241 Principles of Project Management 3 +MGT242 Project Scope and Procurement Management 2 +MGT243 Project Time and Cost Management 2 +MGT244 Project Risk and Quality Management 2 +MGT245 Project, Human Resources and Communications Management 2 Track X: Small Business Credits: 13-14 +ACC115 Computerized Accounting 2 CIS131AA Doing Business on the Internet 1 +CIS233AB Internet Web Publishing: FrontPage Level I 1 EPS250 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (2) AND EPS295 The Business Plan for Business Start-Up (2) OR MGT253 Owning and Operating a Small Business (3) 3-4 SBS204 Small Business Marketing and Advertising 2 SBS213 Hiring and Managing Employees 1 SBS214 Small Business Customer Relations 1 SBS230 Financial and Tax Management for Small Business 2 Free Electives: None 114
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Business Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 Major Code:3852 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Business continued) General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course from the Oral Communication Area 3 Critical Reading CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR (Note: equivalent as indicated by assessment) 3 Mathematics MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR MAT122 Intermediate Algebra Accelerated (3) OR (Note: satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics courses) 3-5 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general education course from the Humanities and Fine Arts Area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences ECN111 Macroeconomic Principles 3 SBU200 Society and Business 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences Area 4 115
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Project Management Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 14 Major Code:5477 CIPS Code: 52.0201 Faculty Initiator: Linda Collins/Rod Christian Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Business/Management (03) Development Date:03/02/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Project Management prepares the student for career opportunities as a project manager and provides those working as project managers with the skills required to prepare for project management certification exams. This program covers principles, requirements, benefits, and tools of project management. Program Outline: Project Management (Spin-Off) Program Notes: +indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites ++indicates any module Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: TQM240 Project Management in Quality Organizations (2) OR department approval 0-2 Required Courses: Credits: 14 BPC/CIS224 Project Management Microsoft Project for Windows 3 +MGT241 Principles of Project Management 3 +MGT242 Project Scope and Procurement Management 2 +MGT243 Project Time and Cost Management 2 +MGT244 Project Risk and Quality Management 2 +MGT245 Project Human Resources and Committee Management 2 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 116
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 13-16 Major Code:5147 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced program provides advanced skills in computer software applications for a wide variety of occupations. Coursework includes advanced software applications in word processing, electronic spreadsheets, and other office skills. This certificate program is designed to assist students in preparing for the expert examinations for certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist. Program Outline: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++ indicates any module.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 12-13 16-18 GBS104 Quality Telephone Techniques 1 OAS101 Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting 3 OAS108 Business English 3 TQM101 Quality Customer Service 3 (Note: Students will select one of two tracks:) Track I: Credits 6 +BPC210 Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 +BPC250 Post Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 Track II: Credits 7 8 BPC100CD Living Online (1) OR BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I (.5) AND +BPC106BH Microsoft Outlook: Level II (.5) 1 BPC/CIS114AE Excel: Level I (1) AND +BPC/CIS114BE Excel: Level II (1) AND +BPC/CIS14CE Excel: Level III (1) OR BPC/CIS114DE Excel Spreadsheet (3) 3 BPC/OAS135DK Word: Level I 2 +BPC/OAS235DK Word: Level II 2 117
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 13-16 19-21 Major Code:5147 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL in Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Advanced continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 1-3 +ACC115 Computerized Accounting 2 BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM 1 BPC101AC Introduction to Handheld Devices 1 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 BPC/OAS111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 +BPC/CIS122AE Windows Operating System: Level II 1 BPC/OAS123 Introduction to Speech Recognition (SR) 1 BPC/CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 +BPC/CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B 1 +CIS233AA Internet/Web Development Level II-A 1 +CIS233BA Internet/Web Development Level II-B 1 OAS101 Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting 3 +OAS103AA Computer Typing: Skill Building I 1 Free Electives: None General Education: None 118
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 13-17 16-21 Major Code:5146 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic program provides basic skills in computer software applications for entry-level employment in a wide variety of occupations. Coursework includes basic software applications in word processing, electronic spreadsheets, database management, electronic messaging/personal information management, presentation graphics, and project management. This certificate program is designed to assist students in preparing for core examinations for certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist. Program Outline: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++ indicates any module.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 9-13 13-18 BPC106AH Microsoft Outlook: Level I .5 BPC106BH Microsoft Outlook: Level II .5 CIS124AA Project Management Software: Level I 1 CIS1224BA Project Management Software: Level II 1 GBS104 Quality Telephone Techniques 1 OAS101 Computer Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting 3 OAS108 Business English 3 (Note: Students will select one of two tracks:) Track I: Credits 6 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 +BPC210 Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 119
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 13-17 16-21 Major Code:5146 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL in Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Specialist/Basic continued) (Required Courses continued) Track II: Credits 8-10 9-11 BPC100CD Living Online (1) OR BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I (.5) AND +BPC106BH Microsoft Outlook: Level II (.5) 1 BPC/CIS114AE Excel: Level I (1) AND +BPC/CIS114BE Excel: Level II (1) OR BPC/CIS114DE Excel Spreadsheet (3) 2-3 BPC/CIS117AM Database Management: Microsoft Access-Level I (1) AND +BPC/CIS117BM Database Management: Microsoft Access-Level II (1) OR BPC/CIS117DM Microsoft Access: Database Management (3) 2-3 BPC/CIS118AB Powerpoint: Level I 1 +BPC/CIS118BB Powerpoint: Level II 1 BPC/OAS135DK Word: Level I 2 Restricted Electives: Credits: 4-3 BPC101AA Introduction to Microcomputers I: IBM 1 BPC/OAS111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 BPC100AD Computing Fundamentals 1 BPC100BD Key Software Applications 1 BPC100CD Living Online 1 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 OAS103AA Computer Typing: Skill Building 1 OAS118 10-Key By Touch 1 OAS108 Business English 3 TQM101 Quality Customer Service 3 Free Electives: None General Education: None 120
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Emergency Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: GCC,GWCC, (MCC), PVCC, SMCC RSC (Mor), CGCC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64 Major Code:3018 CIPS Code: 43.01.09 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) Development Date:01/26/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date: PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Emergency Management provides the student with knowledge and skills required to conduct a comprehensive emergency management program. The program prepares students to manage fire department operations, hazardous materials incidents, tactics, strategy, and safety of firefighting activities, and customer service in the public sector. The student will be prepared for positions such as Emergency Manager, Emergency Management Planner, Emergency Operations Coordinator, Environmental Compliance Planner, and Emergency Management Specialist, working in state, local, federal, and international governments, business and industry, military installations, and health care facilities. Program Outline: Emergency Management Program Notes: (Note: +indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 24 AJS101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 AJS/FSC139 Emergency Response to Terrorism 3 AJS/FSC146 Disaster Recovery Operations 3 AJS/FSC147 Emergency Preparedness 3 AJS/FSC148 Fundamentals of Emergency Management 3 AJS/FSC149 Hazard Mitigation 3 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC205 Command Strtegies for Major Emergencies 3 AJS/FSC224 Incident Command Systems 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 15-18 AJS195 International and Domestic Terrorism 3 AJS225 Criminology 3 AJS270 Community Relations 3 AJS275 Criminal Investigation I 3 FSC125 Hazardous Material Emergency Scene Management 1 FSC127 Codes/Regulations and Contingency Planning for Hazardous Materials Response 1 FSC131 Introduction to Urban Technical Rescue 3 FSC204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 FSC211 Fundamental of Flammable Hazardous Materials 3 FSC212 Dangerous and Explosive Hazardous Materials 3 AJS++++ Any Administration of Justice Studies course FSC++++ Any Fire Science Technology course 121
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Emergency Management Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: GCC,GWCC, (MCC), PVCC, SMCC RSC (Mor), CGCC (Mor) Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64 Major Code:3018 CIPS Code: 43.01.09 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science (54) Development Date:01/26/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date: PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Emergency Management continued) Free Electives: None General Education: Credits 25-27 Core Credits 15-17 First Year Composition ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) AND ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area 3 Critical Reading Any approved general education course in the Critical Reading area 3 Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications or Satisfactory completion of Higher level mathematics course 3-5 Distribution Credits:10 Humanities & and Fine Arts AJS123 Ethics and the Administration of Justice 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences AJS258 Victimology and Crisis Management 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences area 4 122
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: ESL Endorsement Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: MCC, (PC) Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 27 Major Code:5126 CIPS Code: 13.99.99 Faculty Initiator: Nora Reyes Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Education (56) Development Date:04/29/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: : A program designed for certified teachers pursuing English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement. The ESL Endorsement Certificate program provides background in the philosophical, cultural and linguistic processes involved in the education of English language learners. Instruction in methodology, as well as a practicum within an ESL classroom setting are required for successful completion of the program. Includes all necessary coursework toward ESL Endorsement in the state of Arizona. Valid Arizona teaching certificate is required for state endorsement The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in ESL Endorsement prepares certified teachers to earn the English as a Second Language Endorsement in Arizona. The program emphasizes the philosophical, cultural, and linguistic processes involved in teaching English language learners. Students develop knowledge and skills required of teachers working with English language learners through a combination of courses in methodology and practicum experience in an ESL classroom. This program includes all coursework required for those with valid Arizona teaching certificates to qualify for SEI and ESL endorsement in Arizona. Program Outline: ESL Endorsement Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits 27 EDU225 Foundations of ESL and Bilingual Education Serving English Language Learners (ELL) 3 EDU230 Cultural Diversity in Education 3 +EDU240 Methods for Teaching the ESL Student 3 +EDU233 Structured English Immersion (SEI) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Teaching Methods 3 +EDU243 English Immersion (SEI) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Setting 3 +EDU246 Teaching and Assessment of English Language Linguistically Diverse Learners 3 +EDU247 Practicum for ESL/Bilingual Teachers 3 +EDU213 Introduction to the Study of Language 3 ARB+++ any ARB/Arabic course (3-4) FRE+++ any FRE/French course (3-4) GER+++ any GER/German course (3-4) ITA+++ any ITA/Italian course (3-4) JPN+++ any JPN/Japanese course (3-4) SPA+++ any SPA/Spanish course (3-4) 6 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 123
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term: 20054 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (MCC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 69-71 Major Code: 3416 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Hans Silberschlag Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Dean Larry Thacker Emergency Medical Technology / Fire Science Technology (54) Development Date: 5/12/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Fire Science Technology Certificate of Completion and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) are designed for students who need (1) advanced training as professional firefighters, (2) basic preparation courses for a career in fire services, and/or (3) more comprehensive information about fire hazard and prevention. The Degree and Certificate can be used by professional firefighters for promotions and salary advancement within the Fire Services. The unique feature of the Degree and Certificate is that the instructors will be professional firefighters and/or licensed Emergency Medical Training Personnel. Program Outline: Fire Science Technology Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 40 FSC102 Fire Department Operations I 11 FSC105 Hazardous Materials First Responder 3 FSC118 Fire Hydraulics 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC111 Emergency Vehicle Driver Operator 2 FSC202 Supervisory Training for Firefighters 3 FSC117 Fire Apparatus 3 FSC204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 FSC205 Command Strategies for Major Emergencies 3 FSC208 Firefighter Safety and Building Construction 3 FSC214 Human Resource Management for Fire Service 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 4 FSC+++++ Fire Science Technology (Any approved FSC course.) 4 Free Electives: None. 124
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term: 20054 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (MCC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 69-71 Major Code: 3416 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Hans Silberschlag Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Dean Larry Thacker Emergency Medical Technology / Fire Science Technology (54) Development Date: 5/12/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Fire Science Technology continued) General Studies Education Requirements: Credits: 25-27 CORE Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition ENG101 First-Year Composition (3) OR ENG107 First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND ENG102 First-Year Composition (3) OR ENG111 Technical Writing (3) 6 Oral Communication COM100 Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR COM110 Interpersonal Communication (3) OR COM225 Public Speaking (3) OR COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR CRE111 Reading for Business, and Industry (3) OR equivalent by assessment 3 Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications (3) OR MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR equivalent as indicated by assessment OR approved math courses which are required in a specific AAS program OR satisfactory completion of a higher mathematics course. 3-5 125
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Fire Science Technology Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term: 20054 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (MCC), PVCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 69-71 Major Code: 3416 CIPS Code: 43.02.03 Faculty Initiator: Hans Silberschlag Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Dean Larry Thacker Emergency Medical Technology / Fire Science Technology (54) Development Date: 5/12/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Fire Science Technology continued) (General Education continued) DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts Any approved general studies education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Any approved general studies education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area SOC101 Introduction to Sociology recommended 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general studies education course from the Natural Sciences area The following courses are recommended. BIO100 Biology Concepts (4) OR CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) OR PHY101 Introduction to Physics (4) 4 126
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Office Software Applications Specialist: Level I Technology Support Analyst Level I Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 19 16 Major Code:5997 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Office Software Application Specialist: Technology Support Analyst Level I is designed to prepare students who are interested in becoming part of the technology help desk support system to any office configuration. The curriculum will equip students with marketable skills for adaptation to the specific tasks and troubleshooting techniques of the automated office. Program Outline: Office Software Applications Specialist: Level I Technology Support Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++ indicates any module.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 12 16 BPC106AH MS Outlook: Level I .5 BPC105BH MS Outlook: Level II .5 BPC110 Computer Usage and Applications 3 BPC121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 BPC/CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A 1 BPC111AA Computer Keyboarding I 1 BPC125 Microcomputer Set Up and Maintenance 1 BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I 3 GBS104 Quality Telephone Techniques 1 GBS131 Business Calculations 3 OAS101 Typing I: Keyboarding and Formatting 3 OAS108 Business English 3 OAS118 10-Key by Touch 1 TQM101 Quality Customer Service 3 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 127
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Office Software Applications Specialist: Level II Technology Support Analyst Level II Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 12 17 Major Code:5231 CIPS Code: 52.0401 Faculty Initiator: Chris Held Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Office Automation Systems (43) Development Date:04/19/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:5/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Office Software Application Specialist: Technology Support Analyst Level II is designed to prepare students with advanced help desk support office application skills to prepare them for advancement to higher level positions within the help desk technology support environment. office environment. Program Outline: Office Software Applications Specialist: Level II Technology Support Analyst Level II Program Notes: (Note: + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: ++ indicates any module.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for each course listed in the “Required Courses” area.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 12 17 BPC/CIS120AF Computer Graphics: Adobe Photoshop: Level I 1 +BPC122AE Windows Operating System: Level II 1 BPC128++ Introduction to Desk Top Publishing (Note: any module) 1 BPC140 Extended Microcomputer Usage 2 +BPC210 Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 +BPC225 Computer Configuration and Enhancement 1 +BPC250 Post-Advanced Computer Usage and Applications 3 CIS109AM Networking Technology I 2 +CIS233AA Internet/Web Development Level II-A (1) OR +CIS233AC The Internet Web Publishing: Dreamweaver Level I (1) 1 +GBS233 Business Communications 3 ITS172 Viruses and Other Malicious Software 1 +OAS101AC Computer Typing I: Production & Manuscript 1 +OAS103AA Computer Typing: Skill Building I 1 Restricted Electives: None Free Electives: None General Education: None 128
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Police Science Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: (MCC), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 64 Major Code:3107 CIPS Code: 43.0107 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Administration of Justice Studies (01) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/28/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The program is designed for the student who is interested in becoming a law enforcement officer. Critically exams laws, the criminal justice system, investigations, patrol and other areas related to the police function. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Police Science prepares students to enter a career in law enforcement. The program emphasizes laws, the criminal justice system, investigations, patrol, and other functions specific to law enforcement. The curriculum combines coursework in police science with General Education components. Program Outline: Political Science Program Notes: (Note: +indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.) (Note: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program.) Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 37 24 Note: Students must select one of the three certificates.) CCL Police Science I: AJS107 Patrol Procedures 3 AJS110 Law and Legal Review I 3 AJS111 Law and Legal Review II 3 AJS112 Wellness for Law Enforcement Officers 3 AJS150 Defensive Tactics 1 AJS151 Firearms I 1 AJS152 First Aid 3 +AJS153 Firearms II/Handguns 1 AJS154 Firearms III/Long Weapons 1 AJS205 Criminal Justice Report Writing 3 AJS208 Traffic Control 3 AJS230 The Police Function 3 AJS273 Methods of Crisis Intervention 1 AJS275 Criminal Investigation I 3 AJS290AD Community Relations 1 AJS290AK Criminal Evidence 1 AJS290BJ Accident Investigation I 1 AJS290BS Stress in Law Enforcement 1 AJS290BU Family Violence 1 CCL Police Science II AJS107 Patrol Procedures 3 AJS110 Law and Legal Review I 3 129
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Police Science Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: (MCC), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 64 Major Code:3107 CIPS Code: 43.0107 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Administration of Justice Studies (01) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/28/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Police Science continued) (Required Courses continued) AJS111 Law and Legal Review II 3 AJS112 Wellness for Law Enforcement 3 AJS150 Defensive Tactics 1 AJS151 Firearms I 1 AJS152 First Aid 3 AJS153 Firearms II/Handguns 1 AJS205 Criminal Justice Report Writing 3 AJS208 Traffic Control 3 AJS230 The Police Function 3 AJS258 Victimology and Crisis Management 3 AJS275 Criminal Investigation I 3 AJS290AD Community Relations 1 AJS290AW Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs 1 AJS290BB Police Report Writing 1 AJS290BJ Accident Investigation I 1 CCL in Police Science III: AJS109 Substantive Criminal Law 3 AJS101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 AJS109 Substantive Criminal Law 3 AJS151 Firearms I 1 AJS152 First Aid 3 +AJS153 Firearms II/Handguns 1 AJS200 Current Issues in Criminal Justice 3 AJS205 Criminal Justice Report Writing 3 AJS225 Criminology 3 AJS230 The Police Function 3 AJS257 Psychology in Law Enforcement 3 AJS258 Victimology and Crisis Management 3 AJS260 Procedural Criminal Law 3 AJS266 Identification of Gangs 1 AJS270 Community Relations 3 AJS275 Criminal Investigation I 3 AJS290AW Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs 1 Restricted Electives: Credits: 3-6 15-18 AJS+++++ Any Administration of Justice Studies course OR JUD+++++ Any Judicial Studies course OR Free Electives: None 130
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Police Science Award Type: AAS Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: SH: (MCC), SCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 65 64 Major Code:3107 CIPS Code: 43.0107 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Administration of Justice Studies (01) Development Date:11/10/04 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/28/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Police Science continued) General Education: Credits 25 Core Credits 15 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) OR COM225 Public Speaking (3) OR COM230 Small Group Communication (3) 3 Critical Reading CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR equivalent as indicated by assessment 3 Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications or Satisfactory completion of Higher level mathematics course 3 Distribution Credits:10 Humanities and Fine Arts AJS123 Ethics and the Administration of Justice 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences AJS101 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 AJS258 Victimology and Crisis Management 3 Natural Sciences Any approved general education course in the Natural Sciences area 4 131
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Basic Emergency Medical Technology Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.5 Total Credits: 8 Major Code: 5268 CIPS Code: 51.0904 Faculty Initiator: Kay Lewis Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54) Development Date: 03/31/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This program Certificate of Completion (CCL) includes techniques of emergency care, stabilization, and immobilization of victims of illness and injury. Recognition and documentation of signs and symptoms of illness and injury, intervention, and evaluation of the intervention, techniques for assessment, administration of oxygen, use of specific immobilization devices, and preparation for transportation are other areas of the program. This program is a prerequisite to the Intermediate and Advanced EMT programs. Program Outline: Basic Emergency Medical Technology Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: Credits: 0.5-3 + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) or + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) or Equivalent by assessment (0) 3 EMT/HLR101 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/Basic Cardiac Life Support (0.5) or current American Red Cross (0) or American Heart Association Basic Life Support Health Care Provider validation (0) Basic Life Support (BLS) Health Care Provider/Professional Rescuer 0.5 Required Courses: Credits: 8 + EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 132
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 40.5-44.5 Major Code: 5264 5483 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Dental Assisting enables students to perform a variety of skills including but not limited to exposing x-rays, assisting the dentist, performing laboratory procedures, and educating patients. An Associate in Applied Science is also available. can be achieved by the full-time student in two semesters. For students enrolled part-time, completion of the program will take four semesters. Successful completion of the Certificate Program will provide the student with advanced level skills for employment in dental facilities. The Dental Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60611-2678; (312) 440-4653). Graduates from Phoenix College are eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board (216 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611) Certification Exams for the designation CDA – (Certified Dental Assistant), and the Arizona State Certification in Radiation Health and Safety Exam. For more information regarding the accreditation status of Mesa Community College, contact the Office of Admissions at the Southern and Dobson Campus of Mesa Community College or Enrollment Services at the Red Mountain Campus. Program Outline: Dental Assisting Program Notes: The Dental Assisting program is accredited by the American Dental Association ’s Commission on Dental Accreditation. (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60611-2678; (312) 440-4653). Graduates are eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board (216 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611) Certification Exams in Chairside Assisting for the designation CDA – (Certified Dental Assistant), and the Arizona State Certification in Radiation Health and Safety Exam. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: A high school diploma or GED equivalency is required. Completion of program prerequisites. Application and acceptance into the Dental Assisting Program. Phoenix College: An application for admission to the Dental Assisting Program can be obtained from the Program Director or the Health Professions and Nursing Advisor. 133
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 40.5-44.5 Major Code: 5264 5483 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL in Dental Assisting continued) Program Prerequisites: Credits: 7.5-11.5 The credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experiences. OPTION 1: Credits: 7.5 HCC courses are waived for students who have completed 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. BIO160 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider (.5) OR Current CPR certification at the health care provider OR professional rescuer level. .5 OPTION 2: Credits: 11.5 BIO160 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) AND HCC130AB Workplace Behavior 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 and Ethical Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND HCC130AF Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5) 3 + HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider (.5) OR Current CPR certification at the health care provider OR professional rescuer level. .5 134
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 40.5-44.5 Major Code: 5264 5483 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (CCL in Dental Assisting continued) Required Courses: Credits: 33 + DAE101 Pre Clinical Dental Assisting 2 + DAE102 Pre Clinical Dental Assisting Laboratory 1 + DAE104 Preventive Dentistry 2 + DAE106 Clinical Dental Assisting 4 + DAE107 Clinical Dental Assisting Laboratory 2 + DAE/DHE114 Emergency Medicine 2 + DAE/DHE122 Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Histology 2 + DAE/DHE124 Dental Radiography 2 + DAE131 Dental Radiography Laboratory 2 + DAE140 Dental Issues Seminar 1 + DAE144 Pharmacology 1 + DAE145 Oral Pathology 2 + DAE151 Survey of Dental Office Management 2 + DAE/DHE203 Dental Materials 2 + DAE/DHE204 Dental Materials Laboratory 1 + DAE224 General Clinical Practice 1 + DAE225 Pediatric Clinical Practice 1 + DAE226 Periodontal Clinical Practice 1 + DAE227 Orthodontic Clinical Practice 1 + DAE228 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinical Practice 1 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 135
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64.5-68.5 Major Code: 3264 3055 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Dental Assisting has been designed to enables students to perform a variety of skills including but not limited to exposing x-rays, assisting the dentist, performing laboratory procedures, and educating patients. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) is also available. students to earn a two-year degree in the field of dental assisting. This program includes all of the required courses for a certificate in Dental Assisting, with the addition of general education requirements. Successful completion will provide the student with advanced skills for employment id dental facilities. The Dental Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60611-2678; (312) 440-4653). Graduates from Phoenix College are eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board (216 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611) Certification Exams for the designation CDA – (Certified Dental Assistant), and the Arizona State Certification in Radiation Health and Safety Exam. For more information regarding the accreditation status of Mesa Community College, contact the Office of Admissions at the Southern and Dobson Campus of Mesa Community College or Enrollment Services at the Red Mountain Campus. Program Outline: Dental Assisting Program Notes: The Dental Assisting program is accredited by the American Dental Association ’s Commission on Dental Accreditation. (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60611-2678; (312) 440-4653). Graduates are eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board (216 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611) Certification Exams in Chairside Assisting for the designation CDA – (Certified Dental Assistant), and the Arizona State Certification in Radiation Health and Safety Exam. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites. Admission Criteria: A high school diploma or GED equivalency is required. Completion of program prerequisites. Application and acceptance into the Dental Assisting Program. Phoenix College: An application for admission to the Dental Assisting Program can be obtained from the Program Director or the Health Professions and Nursing Advisor. 136
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64.5-68.5 Major Code: 3264 3055 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Assisting continued) Program Prerequisites: Credits: 7.5-11.5 (The credit hour range is subject to change depending on the student’s educational experiences.) OPTION 1: Credits: 7.5 HCC courses are waived for students who have completed 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. BIO160 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider (.5) OR Current CPR certification at the health care provider OR professional rescuer level. .5 OPTION 2: Credits: 11.5 BIO160 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) AND HCC130AB Workplace Behavior 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 and Ethical Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND HCC130AF Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5) 3 + HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 HCC109 CPR for the Health Care Provider (.5) OR Current CPR certification at the health care provider OR professional rescuer level. .5 137
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64.5-68.5 Major Code: 3264 3055 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Assisting continued) Required Courses: Credits: 41 BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + DAE101 Pre Clinical Dental Assisting 2 + DAE102 Pre Clinical Dental Assisting Laboratory 1 + DAE104 Preventive Dentistry 2 + DAE106 Clinical Dental Assisting 4 + DAE107 Clinical Dental Assisting Laboratory 2 + DAE/DHE114 Emergency Medicine 2 + DAE/DHE122 Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Histology 2 + DAE/DHE124 Dental Radiography 2 + DAE131 Dental Radiography Laboratory 2 + DAE140 Dental Issues Seminar 1 + DAE144 Pharmacology 1 + DAE145 Oral Pathology 2 + DAE151 Survey of Dental Office Management 2 + DAE/DHE203 Dental Materials 2 + DAE/DHE204 Dental Materials Laboratory 1 + DAE224 General Clinical Practice 1 + DAE225 Pediatric Clinical Practice 1 + DAE226 Periodontal Clinical Practice 1 + DAE227 Orthodontic Clinical Practice 1 + DAE228 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinical Practice 1 PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 3 SOC101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: Credits: 1 + Any course at the 100 level or above. 1 138
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Assisting Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Shared: (PC), MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 64.5-68.5 Major Code: 3264 3055 CIPS Code: 51.0601 Faculty Initiator: Janet Wilburn Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Health Care Integrated Educational System (16) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Assisting continued) General Studies Education Credits: 15 CORE: Credits: 12 First Year Composition: Met by ENG101 or ENG107, in Program Prerequisite area AND + ENG102 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG108 First Year Composition for ESL (3) 3 Oral Communication: Any approved General Studies Education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 + Critical Reading: Any approved General Studies Education course in the Critical Reading area. 3 + Mathematical MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Reasoning: equivalent by assessment OR satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematical course. 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 3 Humanities and Fine Arts: Any approved General Studies Education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Social and Behavioral Met by PSY101 and SOC101, in the Sciences: Required Courses area. 0 Natural Sciences: Met by BIO160, in Program Prerequisite area. 0 139
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in Dental Hygiene a shared program with Phoenix College, and Rio Salado College, will prepares students to practice entry-level dental hygiene. Dental hygiene students will provide preventive and therapeutic services, and will develop a commitment to the community through extramural opportunities serving diverse populations. The program is a blend of academic and clinical coursework that requires attention to detail and motivation to complete tasks on a timeline. Graduates are eligible for board examinations and licensure in all fifty states. Graduates are employed in private dental offices, hospitals, schools, and clinics within their community. The Phoenix College and Rio Salado programs are is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60611-2678 (312) 440-4653). The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. Graduates from Phoenix College and Rio Salado College are eligible for board examinations and licensure in all fifty states. For more information regarding the accreditation status of Mesa Community College, contact the Office of Admissions at the Southern and Dobson Campus of Mesa Community College or Enrollment Services at the Red Mountain Campus. Applicants who are accepted and enroll in a MCCCD Dental Hygiene program will be exposed to blood- borne and infectious diseases. The program strictly adheres to established policies and procedures regarding infection control as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association, The Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Program Outline: Dental Hygiene Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses that will be applied toward the degree. All General Education requirements are met by program prerequisites as indicated. Students should consult with an advisor in selecting courses to meet the General Education areas. 140
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) Admission Criteria: Completion of program prerequisites. Application and acceptance into the Dental Hygiene Program. Phoenix College: A detailed information sheet and application to the Dental Hygiene Program can be obtained from the Health Professions and Nursing Advisor. Application deadline is February 1st of each year, and a limited number of students are admitted for the fall semester. Students must complete all program prerequisites with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 prior to submission of their application. Rio Salado College: Program and application information is available from Dental Hygiene advisors in the Student Enrollment Services department. The program prerequisites must be completed prior to submission of application with a letter grade “C” or above. Applicants who are accepted and enroll in a MCCCD Dental Hygiene program will be exposed to blood-borne and infectious diseases. The program strictly adheres to established policies and procedures regarding infection control as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Dental Association, The Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 141
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) Program Prerequisites: Credits: 34.5-38.5 OPTION 1: Credits: 34.5 HCC courses are waived for students who have completed 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. BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + CHM138 Chemistry for Allied Health 3 + CHM138LL Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory 1 HCC109 CPR for Health Care Provider OR (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or professional rescuer level) 0.5 General Education Requirements: Credits: 28 CORE: Credits: 15 + First Year Composition: Any approved general education courses in the First Year Composition area. 6 Oral Communication: Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 + Critical Reading: CRE101 Critical & and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment. 3 + Mathematics: MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Equivalent course OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course. 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13 Humanities & and Fine Arts: Any approved general education course in the Humanities & and Fine Arts area. 3 Natural Sciences: BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & and Physiology 4 Social and Behavioral PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND Sciences: SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) 6 OR 142
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) OPTION 2: Credits: 34.5 HCC courses are to be waived for the student who has 6 months documented experience as a dental assistant or in other related dental patient care activities. Prospective students with health care licensure are also exempt from the HCC courses for the Dental Hygiene program. BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + CHM138 Chemistry for Allied Health 3 + CHM138LL Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory 1 HCC109 CPR for Health Care Provider OR (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or professional rescuer level) 0.5 General Education Requirements: Credits: 28 CORE: Credits: 15 + First Year Composition Any approved general education courses in the First Year Composition area. 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 + Critical Reading CRE101 Critical & and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment. 3 + Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Equivalent course OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course. 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13 Humanities and Any approved general education course in the Fine Arts Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Natural Sciences BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & and Physiology 4 Social and Behavioral PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND Sciences SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) 6 OR 143
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) (Program Prerequisites continued) OPTION 3: Credits: 38.5 BIO162 Microbiology Concepts for Allied Health 2 + CHM138 Chemistry for Allied Health 3 + CHM138LL Chemistry for Allied Health Laboratory 1 HCC109 CPR for Health Care Provider OR (Note: Current CPR certification at the health care provider or professional rescuer level) 0.5 HCC130 Fundamentals in Health Care Delivery (3) OR HCC130AA Health Care Today (0.5) AND HCC130AB Workplace Behavior 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 and Ethical Issues in Health Care (0.5) AND HCC130AF Decision Making in the Health Care Setting (0.5) 3 + HCC145AA Medical Terminology for Health Care Workers I 1 General Education Requirements: Credits: 28 CORE: Credits: 15 + First Year Composition Any approved general education courses in the First Year Composition area. 6 Oral Communication Any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area. 3 + Critical Reading CRE101 Critical & and Evaluative Reading (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment. 3 + Mathematics MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Equivalent course OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course. 3 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 13 Humanities and Any approved general education course in the Fine Arts Humanities and Fine Arts area. 3 Natural Sciences BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy & and Physiology 4 Social and Behavioral PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND Sciences SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) 6 144
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) Required Courses: Credits: 58 + DHE110 Pharmacology 3 + DHE112 Oral Pathology 3 + DAE/DHE114 Emergency Medicine 2 + DHE119 Head and Neck Anatomy 3 + DHE120 Pre-Clinical Dental Hygiene 6 + DAE/DHE122 Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Histology 2 + DAE/DHE124 Dental Radiography 2 + DHE125 Dental Radiography Laboratory 1 + DHE127 Prevention of Dental Disease 3 + DHE132 Dental Hygiene Theory I 3 + DHE133 Dental Hygiene Clinic I 3 + DAE/DHE203 Dental Materials 2 + DAE/DHE204 Dental Materials Laboratory 1 + DHE212 Dental Hygiene Theory I 2 + DHE213 Dental Hygiene Clinic II 5 + DHE219 Practice Management 2 + DHE225 Periodontics 3 + DHE227 Dental Anesthesia 2 + DHE229 Community Oral Health 3 + DHE232 Dental Hygiene Theory III 2 + DHE233 Dental Hygiene Clinic III 5 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. 145
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Dental Hygiene Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: Shared (PC), RSC, MCC Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 92.5-96.5 Major Code: 3831 CIPS Code: 51.0602 Faculty Initiator: Linda Garcia Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Allied Health (51) Development Date: 04/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 06/28/05 Maintenance Date: 05/18/05 ir; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Dental Hygiene continued) General Education: Credits: 0 CORE: Credits: 0 + First Year Composition: Met by any approved First Year Composition courses in the Program Prerequisites area. 0 Oral Communication: Met by any approved general education course in the Oral Communication area in the Program Prerequisites area. 0 + Critical Reading: Met by CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR Equivalent as indicated by assessment in Program Prerequisites area. 0 Mathematics: Met by MAT102 Mathematical Concepts/Applications OR Equivalent course OR Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course in Program Prerequisites area. 0 DISTRIBUTION: Credits: 10 Humanities and Fine Arts: Met by any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts area in the Program Prerequisites area. 0 Social and Behavioral Sciences: Met by BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology In the Program Prerequisites area. 0 + Natural Sciences: Met by PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3) AND SOC101 Introduction to Sociology (3) In the Program Prerequisites area. 0 146
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Hazardous Materials Response Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College-Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 35 Major Code:5682 CIPS Code: 43.0201 Faculty Initiator: Rose Pfefferbaum and Kay Lewis Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54); Operational Deans (72) Development Date: 03/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date: PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Hazardous Materials Response includes training in the use of chemical Chemical protective clothing, respiratory protection, air monitoring, equipment field sampling, spill control technology, decontamination, and training for controlling and stabilizing chemical releases are emphasized in this program to assist professionals to cope with current challenges in the field. Through the completion of selected courses from the fire science curriculum, students are provided the educational basis by which planning and decision making can lead to the successful prevention or management of a hazardous materials incidents. Program Outline: Hazardous Materials Response Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of "C" or for all courses required within the program. + indicates course has prerequisite and/or corequisite. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None. Required Courses: Credits: 35 EMT/FSC104 Basic Emergency Medical Technology 8 FSC105 Hazardous Materials/First Responder 3 FSC108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 FSC113 Introduction to Fire Suppression 3 FSC125 Hazardous Materials Emergency Scene Management 1 FSC127 Codes/Regulations and Contingency Planning for Hazardous Materials Response 1 FSC128 Hazardous Materials Air Monitoring/Breathing Protection 1 FSC129 Physical Properties of Hazardous Materials 1 FSC132 Personnel Protective Equipment for Emergency Spill Control at Hazardous Materials Incidents 1 + FSC 204 Firefighting Tactics and Strategy 3 + FSC 208 Firefighter Safety and Building Construction 3 + FSC 211 Fundamentals of Flammable Hazardous Materials 3 + FSC 212 Dangerous and Explosive Hazardous Materials 3 FSC213 Hazardous Categorization (Haz Cat) 1 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 147
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Level I Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PC Effective First Year/Term:20056 Program Availability: College-Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.0 Total Credits: 1.5 Major Code: 5448 CIPS Code: 44.0201 Faculty Initiator: Rose Pfefferbaum and Kay Lewis Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Emergency Medical Technology/Fire Science Technology (54); Operational Deans (72) Development Date: 03/08/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date:05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date: PROPOSED: (Bold text = additions. Strikethroughs = deletions.) Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Level I provides basic training for participation on a CERT in accordance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Program Outline: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Level I (Spin-Off) Program Notes: Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within the program. Admission Criteria: None. Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 1.5 TDP110 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT): Level I 1.5 Restricted Electives: None. Free Electives: None. General Education: None. 148
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Computer Information Systems Award Type: CCL Initiating College: PVCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 30-32 Major Code: 5865 CIPS Code: 11.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Hedy Fossenkemper Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 4/28/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 al; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This certificate is designed to prepare students for various entry-level positions in computer systems. Career opportunities include Network Administrator, Computer Programmer, Computer Operator, Web Publisher, Help Desk Technician, Database Administrator and Systems Analyst. Program Outline: Computer Information Systems Program Prerequisites: None Credits: 3 + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) OR Permission of Division. Required Courses: Credits: 30-32 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + BPC125 Microcomputer Set Up and Maintenance (1) OR + BPC170 Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep (3) 1-3 BPC/CIS117++ Micro-Database Management (Note: Any module.) 3 BPC/CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System Microsoft Command Line Operations (1) OR CIS126AA UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) 1 CIS126++ Operating System (any module) (1) 1 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I (3) OR BPC/CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) AND + BPC/CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B (1) AND + BPC/CIS133CA Internet/Web Development Level I-C (1) 3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + CIS150 Programming Fundamentals 3 + CIS159 Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR + CIS162++ C Programming: Level I (3) (Note: Any module.) OR + CIS163++ Java Programming Level I (3) (Note: Any module.) 3 + CIS190 Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR MST140 Microsoft Networking Essentials (3) 3 BPC/CIS224 Project Management MS Project for Windows 3 + GBS233 Business Communication 3 Free Electives: None General Education: None 149
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Computer Information Systems Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PVCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 61-65 Major Code: 3786 CIPS Code: 11.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Hedy Fossenkemper Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 4/28/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 al; 06/08/05 yd PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: This certificate is designed to prepare students for various entry-level positions in computer systems. Career opportunities include Network Administrator, Computer Programmer, Computer Operator, Web Publisher, Help Desk Technician, Database Administrator and Systems Analyst. Program Outline: Computer Information Systems Program Notes: None Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30-32 ACC111 Accounting Principles I 3 + BPC125 Microcomputer Set Up and Maintenance (1) OR + BPC170 Computer Maintenance I: A+ Prep (3) 1-3 BPC/CIS117++ Micro-Database Management (Note: Any module.) 3 BPC/CIS121AB MS-DOS Operating System Microsoft Command Line Operations (1) OR CIS126AA UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) 1 CIS126++ Operating System (any module) (1) 1 BPC/CIS121AE Windows Operating System: Level I 1 BPC/CIS133DA Internet/Web Development Level I (3) OR BPC/CIS133AA Internet/Web Development Level I-A (1) AND + BPC/CIS133BA Internet/Web Development Level I-B (1) AND + BPC/CIS133CA Internet/Web Development Level I-C (1) 3 CIS105 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 + CIS150 Programming Fundamentals 3 + CIS159 Visual Basic Programming I (3) OR + CIS162++ C Programming: Level I (3) (Note: Any module.) OR + CIS163++ Java Programming Level I (3) (Note: Any module.) 3 + CIS190 Introduction to Local Area Networks (3) OR MST140 Microsoft Networking Essentials (3) 3 BPC/CIS224 Project Management MS Project for Windows 3 + GBS233 Business Communication 3 150
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Information Systems Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PVCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 61-65 Major Code: 3786 CIPS Code: 11.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Hedy Fossenkemper Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 4/28/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 al PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Computer Information Systems continued) Restricted Electives: Credits: 6 (Note: Selected courses will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives area.) + BPC170 Microcomputer Maintenance I 3 (Note: Selected course will not apply in both required courses and restricted electives area.) CIS126AA UNIX Operating System: Level I (1) AND CIS126BA UNIX Operating System: Level II (1) AND CIS126CA UNIX Operating System: Level III (1) OR CIS126DA UNIX Operating System (3) 3 + CIS162++ C Programming (Note: any module) 3 + CIS163++ Java Programming: (Note: any module) 3 CIS102 Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills for IT Professionals 1 + CIS151 Computer Game Development - Level I 3 + CIS251 Computer Game Development - Level II 3 + CIS253 Computer Game Development - Level III 3 CIS169 Introduction to Visual Basic for Applications 3 + CIS191 Novell NetWare System Administration (3) OR + MST150 Microsoft Windows NT Administration (3) 3 + CIS225++ (Note: any module) 3 + CIS233DA Internet/Web Development Level II 3 + CIS234 XML Application Development 2 + CIS235 e-Commerce 3 + CIS238 Advanced UNIX System Administration 3 + CIS240 Local Area Network Planning and Design 3 + CIS242 Local Area Network Installation 1 + CIS259 Visual Basic Programming II 3 + CIS262++ C Programming (Note: any module.) 3 + CIS263AA Java Programming: Level II 3 + CIS270 Data Communications Essentials of Network and Information Security 3 CWE198++ Career/Work Experience (Note: any module) 1-3 + MST152 Microsoft Windows Server 4 + MST155 Implementing Windows Network Infrastructure 3 + MST157 Implementing Windows Directory Server 3 + MST232 Managing a Windows Network Environment 3 + ENG111 Technical Writing 3 Free Electives: None 151
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPM Program Title: Computer Information Systems Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PVCC Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 61-65 Major Code: 3786 CIPS Code: 11.01.01 Faculty Initiator: Hedy Fossenkemper Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Computer Information Systems (12) Development Date: 4/28/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 al PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Computer Information Systems continued) General Education: Credits: 25-27 CORE Credits: 15-17 First-Year Composition + ENG101 First Year Composition (3) AND 6 + ENG102 First Year Composition (3) OR + ENG107 First Year Composition for ESL (3) AND + ENG108 First Year Composition for ESL (3) Oral Communication Any approved general studies education course in the Oral Communication area 3 Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR 3 + CRE111 Critical Reading for Business and Industry (3) Mathematics + MAT120 Intermediate Algebra (5) OR 3-5 + MAT121 Intermediate Algebra (4) OR + MAT122 Intermediate Algebra (3) OR (Note: Satisfaction of a higher-level Mathematics course.) DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities & and Fine Arts Any approved general studies education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts Area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences ECN111 Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR 3 ECN112 Microeconomic Principles (3) Natural Sciences Any approved general studies education course from the Natural Sciences Area 4 152
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Early Childhood Education Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PV Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3836 CIPS Code: 13.12.04 Faculty Initiator: Christie Colunga Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Early Childhood Education (62) Development Date: 4/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) Description: The Early Childhood Education Degree is designed to prepare students for employment as early childhood teachers in a variety of educational programs. Students learn effective teaching skills as they apply developmentally appropriate early childhood educational theory in the classroom setting. Courses have been selected with a focus on developing an educational career ladder. The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) program includes additional early childhood electives and general studies classes to broaden the student’s base of knowledge. Program Outline: Early Childhood Education Program Notes: None Admission Criteria: None Program Prerequisites: None Required Courses: Credits: 30 CFS101AH Art Activities for the Young Child1 CFS123 Health in Early Childhood Settings 1 CFS125 Safety in Early Childhood Settings 1 CFS176 Child Development (3) OR ECH176 Child Development (3) 3 CFS177 Parent-Child Interaction 3 + CFS269 Child Care Seminar (1) OR + ECH269 Child Care Seminar (1) 1 CFS282 Mainstreaming the Young Child with a Disability 1 + CFS285AA Family-School Interaction: Preschool 1 ECH214 Preschool Education 3 ECH270 Observing Young Children 1 ECH271 Arranging the Environment 1 ECH272 Science for the Young Child 1 ECH273 Math for the Young Child 1 ECH275 Literacy Development and the Young Child 1 ECH279 Early Childhood Curriculum Development 1 ECH281 Movement/Music for the Young Child 1 ECH282 Discipline/Guidance of Child Groups 1 + ECH284AB Early Childhood Teaching Internship 3 ECH287 Professional Development in Early Childhood Education 1 EDU230 Cultural Diversity in Education 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 CFS+++++ (Note: any Child/Family Studies course) ECH+++++ (Note: any Early Childhood Education course) EED+++++ (Note: any Early Education course) EDU+++++ (Note: any Education course) ITD+++++ (Note: any Infant/Toddler Development course) 153
    • ATTACHMENT: OPM OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type:OPM Program Title: Early Childhood Education Award Type: AAS Initiating College: PV Effective First Year/Term: 20056 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.: 2.00 Total Credits: 64 Major Code: 3836 CIPS Code: 13.12.04 Faculty Initiator: Christie Colunga Instructional Council Receiving Proposal: Early Childhood Education (62) Development Date: 4/27/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 5/23-26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/28/05 Maintenance Date: 5/18/05 PROPOSED: (Bold text=additions. Strike throughs = deletions) (AAS in Early Childhood Education) Free Electives: None General Studies Education: Credits: 25 CORE: Credits: 15 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) OR 3 COM230 Small Group Communication (3) Critical Reading + CRE101 Critical and Evaluative Reading I (3) OR (Note: equivalent as indicated by assessment) 3 Mathematics + Any approved general studies education course from the Mathematics (MAT) area 3 DISTRIBUTION Credits: 10 Humanities & and Fine Arts EDU/ENH291 Children’s Literature (3) OR ENH291 Children’s Literature (3) OR Any approved general studies education from the Humanities & and Fine Arts area 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences CFS157 Marriage and Family Life (3) OR Any approved general studies education course from the Social & and Behavioral Sciences area 3 Natural Science 4 Any approved general studies education course from the Natural Science Area 154
    • ATTACHMENT: OPD OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPD Program Title: Police Science I Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/20016 Last Year Term:20055 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.0 Total Credits: 37 Major Code:5211 CIPS Code:43.01.07 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council: Administration of Justice (01) Development Date:01/20/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date:05/17/05 Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Gail Mee, MC Comments: Rationale: Demand for program has diminished and content addressed through other new programs in place. Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request. 155
    • ATTACHMENT: OPD OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM DELETIONS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Proposal Development Type: OPD Program Title: Police Science II Award Type: CCL Initiating College: MCC Effective First Year/20016 Last Year Term:20055 Program Availability: College Specific Overall G.P.A.:2.0 Total Credits: 37 Major Code:5106 CIPS Code:43.01.07 Faculty Initiator: Bonnie Black Instructional Council: Administration of Justice (01) Development Date:01/20/05 District Curriculum Committee Online Agenda Date: 05/23/05-05/26/05 MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:06/28/05 Maintenance Date:05/17/05 Instructional Dean Approval for Processing: Gail Mee, MC Comments: Rationale: Demand for program has diminished and content addressed through other new programs in place. Advisory Committee Minutes submitted. Adequately Support Proposal. Minutes on file at college and available upon request. 156
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Program Availability: District wide Program to be offered by All MCCCD Colleges. Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Major Code: 8105 CIP Code : To be determined. Initiator: Art Instructional Council District Curriculum Committee Meeting: May 2, 2005, First Reading Item, June 6, 2005 Action Item MCCCD Governing Board Meeting: June 28, 2005, Action Item Rationale for Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art The need for an Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) degree has arisen primarily from the changing entry requirements of universities (both in and out of state) for students entering into BFA programs from community colleges. Foremost among these changes is a new requirement for a portfolio of student work that demonstrates a level of competence that warrants entry into the program at the junior class level. The proposed AAFA degree is designed to help students prepare this portfolio in a systematic and thorough way, as part of their community college curriculum, while still completing the AGEC-A core. The value of this degree and the preparation it provides have been recognized by two-year institutions from throughout the country, including both the Pima Community College and Yavapai Community College systems in Arizona. A fine arts degree also recognizes and verifies a student’s ability in a specific arts discipline. The proposed AAFA in art would inspire degree completion in MCCCD art students while providing the first two years of classes for students wishing to transfer to a university program. Students who do not transfer to university programs immediately often choose to work professionally as freelance artists, or designers or to open their own studios. Whether they choose to transfer immediately, or to work in the professional field, MCCCD art students do not currently have a degree recognizing their work as artists who have completed a rigorous course of study. This degree would provide a goal and a sense of accomplishment for students who earn it. The proposed degree has strong support from a broad base of Fine Arts faculty. Discussions related to the degree began over two years ago, as part of an all-FA faculty Dialogue Day. In this, and subsequent all-faculty meetings, a desire for the establishment of an AAFA degree has been expressed. Additionally, the degree has strong support from the Instructional Councils for each discipline, as well as the District Fine Arts Steering Team. 157
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Description The Maricopa County Community College District Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree requires a minimum of 63 semester credits for the program of study. The degree includes the following components: I. General Education: Arizona General Education Curriculum for Arts (AGEC-A) MCCCD Additional Requirements II. Fine Arts Requirements – Art Purpose of the Degree The Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree is designed for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. In general, the components of the degree meet requirements for majors in the Fine Arts. The degree is designed to prepare students to meet selective admission criteria for programs such as the Bachelor of Fine Arts, which may require a portfolio or performance requirement. The semester credits used to satisfy the MCCCD Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree will apply to university graduation requirements of the university major for which the degree is designed. Information regarding the articulation of the degree with majors at the Arizona public universities can be accessed via the following website: http://az.transfer.org/cas/atass/student/modpath.html Academic Policies that Govern the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Art Degree • Completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree or the AGEC-A provides for exemption from Arizona public university admission requirements for Arizona residents who have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.0 on a 4.0=A scale and a minimum 2.5 on a 4.0=A scale for non-residents. • The graduation policies within the general catalog must be satisfied for completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree. • A minimum of 60 semester credits in courses numbered 100 and above to be completed with a grade of “C” or better; • The General Education Requirements for AGEC-A may be completed in 35 semester credits with the following stipulations o Courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously o A course cannot be used to satisfy more than one Core Area • General Education Courses can satisfy multiple areas within the degree simultaneously (AGEC-A Core Area, AGEC Awareness Area, MCCCD Additional Requirements, or lower-division courses applicable to the major). 158
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Academic Policies that Govern the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art Degree (continued) • Effective Fall 2000, the course evaluation and/or general education designation as listed in the Arizona Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS), is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. A course evaluation and/or general education designation may be subject to change. Students do have the option to petition for general education evaluations and/or general education designations upon transfer. • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet AGEC-A requirements must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide within the Arizona Course Applicability System as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. The course’s evaluation and/or general education designation is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet the General Electives requirement must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS) as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. For appropriate course selection, students should consult with an advisor. • Courses transferred from another regionally accredited institution to one of the Maricopa Community Colleges will be evaluated by the college for inclusion in the AGEC-A or Associate in Arts, Fine - Arts Degree. • Courses and their modular equivalents will satisfy AGEC-A and Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Art requirements. • If a course is cross-referenced with one or more other courses, then only one of the cross-referenced courses will be accepted to meet requirements. 159
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Degree Requirements The 63 semester credits required for the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art degree follow. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ This list identifies the courses in alpha-order by prefix as well as the Core Areas and Awareness Areas where the course will apply. For purposes of clarifying requirements in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences areas on the list and the AGEC requirements, an A, B, and/or S character may follow the [MA], [SQ], [SG] general education designations and refers to the specific AGEC. I. MCCCD General Education The MCCCD General Education includes two areas: MCCCD AGEC-A and MCCCD Additional Requirements. MCCCD AGEC-A 1. Core Areas: Credits: 35 a. First-Year Composition (FYC): Credits: 6 b. Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]: Credits: 3 c. Mathematical Studies [MA/CS]: Credits: 6 To complete the Mathematical Studies requirement, select one course to satisfy Mathematics [MA] A and a second course from Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS]. 1) Mathematics [MA] A (3 credits) Select a course in college mathematics or college algebra or pre-calculus or any other mathematics course for which college algebra is a prerequisite. AND 2) Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS] (3 credits) d. Humanities and Fine Arts [HU]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. Select the following: Credits ARH101 Prehistoric Through Gothic Art 3 160
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD AGEC-A Core Areas (continued): e. Social and Behavioral Sciences [SB]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. f. Natural Sciences [SQ/SG]: Credits: 8 To complete the Natural Sciences requirement: Select four (4) semester credits of [SQ] and four (4) semester credits of [SG] for a total of eight (8) semester credits, OR eight (8) semester credits of [SQ]. Students cannot take eight (8) semester credits of [SG] to meet the Natural Sciences requirement. The lecture course(s) selected for Natural Sciences must include or be accompanied by the corresponding laboratory course. The lecture and corresponding laboratory course(s) may carry separate credit. Students should consult with an advisor for appropriate course selection. Students should also access the AZ Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the AZ Course Applicability System (AZCAS) for information on equivalencies. 2. Awareness Areas: Credits: 0 Students must satisfy two Awareness Areas: Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] and either Global Awareness [G] or Historical Awareness [H]. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed thirty-five semester credits to complete the Awareness Areas because courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy the two Awareness Areas. Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] AND Global Awareness [G] OR Historical Awareness [H] 161
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD General Education Requirements continued: MCCCD Additional Requirements: Credits: 0-6 Students must satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading areas. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed the thirty-five semester credits required in order to complete the MCCCD Additional Requirements because courses can satisfy a Core Area and MCCCD Additional Requirements simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading. a. Oral Communication: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for Oral Communication. However, if students select a communication course that satisfies both the Oral Communication area and an area within the Core, then the Oral Communication requirement has been satisfied and additional electives may be taken. Select from the following options: COM100 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM100AA & COM100AB & COM100AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110AA & COM110AB & COM110AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM225 [L] (3 credits) OR COM230 [L] [SB] (3 credits) b. Critical Reading: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for the Critical Reading area. However, if students complete CRE 101 and apply it to AGEC-A Core Requirements or if the students demonstrate proficiency through assessment, then the Critical Reading requirement has been satisfied. Select from the following options to complete 3 credits: CRE101 (3 credits) OR equivalent as indicated by assessment 162
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Art (AAFA - Art) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 II. Fine Arts Requirements – Art Credits: 28 A minimum of 28 credits are required to satisfy the Fine Arts Requirements – Art. Foundations: Credits: 16 Select the following: Credits ADA/ART112 Two-Dimensional Design 3 ADA/ART115 Three-Dimensional Design 3 ARH102 Renaissance Through Contemporary Art 3 ART111 Drawing I 3 ART113 Color 3 ART255AB The Portfolio 1 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12 Select from the following options to complete a minimum of twelve semester credits: ART116 Life Drawing I 3 ART122 Drawing and Composition II 3 ART131 Photography I 3 ART132 Photography II 3 ART151 Sculpture I 3 ART161 Ceramics I 3 ART165 Watercolor Painting I 3 ART167 Painting I 3 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Art Total Credits: 63 163
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Program Availability: District wide Program to be offered by All MCCCD Colleges. Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Major Code: 8103 CIP Code : To be determined. Initiator: Dance Instructional Council District Curriculum Committee Meeting: May 2, 2005, First Reading Item, June 6, 2005 Action Item MCCCD Governing Board Meeting: June 28, 2005, Action Item Rationale for Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance The need for an Associate in Arts, Fine Arts-Dance (AAFA-Dance) degree has arisen primarily from the changing entry requirements of universities (both in and out of state) for students entering into BFA programs from community colleges. Foremost among these changes is a new requirement for a portfolio of student work that demonstrates a level of competence that warrants entry into the program at the junior class level. The proposed AAFA degree is designed to help students prepare this portfolio in a systematic and thorough way, as part of their community college curriculum, while still completing the AGEC-A core. The value of this degree and the preparation it provides have been recognized by two-year institutions from throughout the country, including both the Pima Community College and Yavapai Community College systems in Arizona. A fine arts degree also recognizes and verifies a student’s ability in a specific arts discipline. The proposed AAFA in dance would inspire degree completion in MCCCD dance students while providing the first two years of classes for students wishing to transfer to a university program. Dancers who do not transfer to university programs immediately often choose to work in the field as freelance choreographers, performers in musicals, in dance companies presenting concert work, on cruise ships, or in stage shows at theme parks in major cities. Other students may choose to open their own dance studio. Whether they choose to transfer immediately, or to work in the professional field, MCCCD Dance students do not currently have a degree recognizing their work as artists who have completed a rigorous course of study. This degree would provide a goal and a sense of accomplishment for students who earn it. The proposed degree has strong support from a broad base of Fine Arts faculty. Discussions related to the degree began over two years ago, as part of an all-FA faculty Dialogue Day. In this, and subsequent all-faculty meetings, a desire for the establishment of an AAFA degree has been expressed. Additionally, the degree has strong support from the Instructional Councils for each discipline, as well as the District Fine Arts Steering Team. 164
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Description The Maricopa County Community College District Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance degree requires a minimum of 64 semester credits for the program of study. The degree includes the following components: I. General Education: Arizona General Education Curriculum for Arts (AGEC-A) MCCCD Additional Requirements II. Fine Arts Requirements – Dance Purpose of the Degree The Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance degree is designed for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. In general, the components of the degree meet requirements for majors in the Fine Arts. The degree is designed to prepare students to meet selective admission criteria for programs such as the Bachelor of Fine Arts, which may require a portfolio or performance requirement. The semester credits used to satisfy the MCCCD Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance degree will apply to university graduation requirements of the university major for which the degree is designed. Information regarding the articulation of the degree with majors at the Arizona public universities can be accessed via the following website: http://az.transfer.org/cas/atass/student/modpath.html Academic Policies that Govern the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance Degree • Completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts -Dance degree or the AGEC-A provides for exemption from Arizona public university admission requirements for Arizona residents who have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.0 on a 4.0=A scale and a minimum 2.5 on a 4.0=A scale for non-residents. • The graduation policies within the general catalog must be satisfied for completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance degree. • A minimum of 60 semester credits in courses numbered 100 and above to be completed with a grade of “C” or better; • The General Education Requirements for AGEC-A may be completed in 35 semester credits with the following stipulations o Courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously o A courses cannot be used to satisfy more than one Core Area • General Education Courses can satisfy multiple areas within the degree simultaneously (AGEC-A Core Area, AGEC Awareness Area, MCCCD Additional Requirements, or lower-division courses applicable to the major). 165
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Academic Policies continued: • Effective Fall 2000, the course evaluation and/or general education designation as listed in the Arizona Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS), is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. A course evaluation and/or general education designation may be subject to change. Students do have the option to petition for general education evaluations and/or general education designations upon transfer. • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet AGEC-A requirements must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide within the Arizona Course Applicability System as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. The course’s evaluation and/or general education designation is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet the General Electives requirement must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS) as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. For appropriate course selection, students should consult with an advisor. • Courses transferred from another regionally accredited institution to one of the Maricopa Community Colleges will be evaluated by the college for inclusion in the AGEC-A or Associate in Arts, Fine Arts-Dance Degree. • Courses and their modular equivalents will satisfy AGEC-A and Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance requirements. • If a course is cross-referenced with one or more other courses, then only one of the cross-referenced courses will be accepted to meet requirements. 166
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Degree Requirements The 64 semester credits required for the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Dance degree follow. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ This list identifies the courses in alpha-order by prefix as well as the Core Areas and Awareness Areas where the course will apply. For purposes of clarifying requirements in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences areas on the list and the AGEC requirements, an A, B, and/or S character may follow the [MA], [SQ], [SG] general education designations and refers to the specific AGEC. I. MCCCD General Education The MCCCD General Education includes two areas: MCCCD AGEC-A and MCCCD Additional Requirements. MCCCD AGEC-A 1. Core Areas: Credits: 35 a. First-Year Composition (FYC): Credits: 6 b. Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]: Credits: 3 c. Mathematical Studies [MA/CS]: Credits: 6 To complete the Mathematical Studies requirement, select one course to satisfy Mathematics [MA] A and a second course from Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS]. 1) Mathematics [MA] A (3 credits) Select a course in college mathematics or college algebra or pre-calculus or any other mathematics course for which college algebra is a prerequisite. AND 2) Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS] (3 credits) d. Humanities and Fine Arts [HU]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. Select from the following options to complete three credits: Credits DAH100 Introduction to Dance 3 DAH201 World Dance Perspectives 3 167
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD AGEC-A Core Areas (continued): e. Social and Behavioral Sciences [SB]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. f. Natural Sciences [SQ/SG]: Credits: 8 To complete the Natural Sciences requirement: Select four (4) semester credits of [SQ] and four (4) semester credits of [SG] for a total of eight (8) semester credits, OR eight (8) semester credits of [SQ]. Students cannot take eight (8) semester credits of [SG] to meet the Natural Sciences requirement. The lecture course(s) selected for Natural Sciences must include or be accompanied by the corresponding laboratory course. The lecture and corresponding laboratory course(s) may carry separate credit. Students should consult with an advisor for appropriate course selection. Students should also access the AZ Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the AZ Course Applicability System (AZCAS) for information on equivalencies. Select from the following options to complete four credits: Credits BIO160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 BIO201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 2. Awareness Areas: Credits: 0 Students must satisfy two Awareness Areas: Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] and either Global Awareness [G] or Historical Awareness [H]. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed thirty-five semester credits to complete the Awareness Areas because courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy the two Awareness Areas. Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] AND Global Awareness [G] OR Historical Awareness [H] 168
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD General Education Requirements continued: MCCCD Additional Requirements: Credits: 0-6 Students must satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading areas. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed the thirty-five semester credits required in order to complete the MCCCD Additional Requirements because courses can satisfy a Core Area and MCCCD Additional Requirements simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading. a. Oral Communication: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for Oral Communication. However, if students select a communication course that satisfies both the Oral Communication area and an area within the Core, then the Oral Communication requirement has been satisfied and additional electives may be taken. Select from the following options: COM100 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM100AA & COM100AB & COM100AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110AA & COM110AB & COM110AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM225 [L] (3 credits) OR COM230 [L] [SB] (3 credits) b. Critical Reading: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for the Critical Reading area. However, if students complete CRE 101 and apply it to AGEC-A Core Requirements or if the students demonstrate proficiency through assessment, then the Critical Reading requirement has been satisfied and additional electives may be taken. Select from the following options to complete 3 credits: CRE101 [L] (3 credits) OR equivalent as indicated by assessment 169
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 II. Fine Arts Requirements – Dance: Credits: 29 A minimum of 20 credits are required to satisfy the Fine Arts Requirements – Dance. Part I: Credits 11 Select the following: Credits DAN150 Dance Performance I 1 DAN210 Dance Production I 3 DAN221 Rhythmic Theory for Dance I 2 DAN264 Choreography I 3 DAN280 Dance Practicum 2 Part II: Credits: 9 Select from the following options to complete a minimum of nine semester credits. Students must attain Level III competency in ballet and modern dance courses: Credits DAN120++ World Dance (any module) 1 DAN129 Musical Theatre Dance I 1 DAN130 Musical Theatre Dance II 1 DAN131 Ballet I 1 DAN132 Modern Dance I 1 DAN133 Modern Jazz Dance I 1 DAN134 Ballet II 1 DAN135 Modern Dance II 1 DAN136 Modern Jazz Dance II 1 DAN229 Musical Theatre Dance III 1 DAN230 Musical Theatre Dance IV 1 DAN231 Ballet III 1 DAN231AA Ballet III: Intensive 2 DAN232 Modern Dance III 1 DAN233 Modern Jazz Dance III 1 DAN234 Ballet IV 1 DAN234 Ballet IV: Intensive 2 DAN235 Modern Dance IV 1 DAN236 Modern Jazz Dance IV 1 DAN237 Ballet Pointe I 1 DAN290 Dance Conservatory I (any module) 1-3 DAN291 Dance Conservatory II (any module) 1-3 DAN292 Dance Conservatory III (any module) 1-3 170
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance (AAFA - Dance) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Part III: Restricted Electives: Credits: 9 The remaining credits from DAH and DAN prefixed courses should be selected as prescribed by the dance advisor. Only three of the remaining credits may be selected from the following DAN prefixed courses: Credits DAH+++++ Any DAH prefixed course EXCEPT DAH100 or DAH201 if selected to satisfy the AGEC A Humanities and Fine Arts Area. DAN115++ Contemporary Dance Trends (any module) 1 DAN120++ World Dance (any module) 1 DAN125++ Social Dance (any module) 1 DAN129 Musical Theatre Dance I 1 DAN130 Musical Theatre Dance II 1 DAN133 Modern Jazz Dance I 1 DAN136 Modern Jazz Dance II 1 DAN140 Tap Dance I 1 DAN141 Dance Workshop 1 DAN150 Dance Performance I 1 DAN164 Improvisation 1 DAN230 Musical Theatre Dance IV 1 DAN231 Ballet III 1 DAN231AA Ballet III: Intensive 2 DAN232 Modern Dance III 1 DAN233 Modern Jazz Dance III 1 DAN234 Ballet IV 1 DAN234AA Ballet IV: Intensive 2 DAN235 Modern Dance IV 1 DAN236 Modern Jazz Dance IV 1 DAN237 Ballet Pointe I 1 DAN290++ Dance Conservatory I (any module) 1-3 DAN291++ Dance Conservatory II (any module) 1-3 DAN292++ Dance Conservatory III (any module) 1-3 DAN298++ Special Projects (any module) 1-3 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts – Dance Total Credits: 64 171
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Program Availability: District wide Program to be offered by All MCCCD Colleges. Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Major Code: 8107 CIP Code : To be determined. Initiator: Theatre Instructional Council District Curriculum Committee Meeting: May 2, 2005, First Reading Item, June 6, 2005 Action Item MCCCD Governing Board Meeting: June 28, 2005, Action Item Rationale for Associate in Arts, Fine Arts -Theater The need for an Associate in Arts, Fine Arts-Theater (AAFA-Theater) degree has arisen primarily from the changing entry requirements of universities (both in and out of state) for students entering into BFA programs from community colleges. Foremost among these changes is a new requirement for a portfolio of student work that demonstrates a level of competence that warrants entry into the program at the junior class level. The proposed AAFA degree is designed to help students prepare this portfolio in a systematic and thorough way, as part of their community college curriculum, while still completing the AGEC-A core. The value of this degree and the preparation it provides have been recognized by two-year institutions from throughout the country, including both the Pima Community College and Yavapai Community College systems in Arizona. A fine arts degree also recognizes and verifies a student’s ability in a specific arts discipline. The proposed AAFA in theater would inspire degree completion in MCCCD theater students while providing the first two years of classes for students wishing to transfer to a university program. Students who do not transfer to university programs immediately often choose to work professionally as actors, directors, scenic/set designers or in other areas of technical theater. Whether they choose to transfer immediately, or to work in the professional field, MCCCD theater students do not currently have a degree recognizing their work as artists who have completed a rigorous course of study. This degree would provide a goal and a sense of accomplishment for students who earn it. The proposed degree has strong support from a broad base of Fine Arts faculty. Discussions related to the degree began over two years ago, as part of an all-FA faculty Dialogue Day. In this, and subsequent all-faculty meetings, a desire for the establishment of an AAFA degree has been expressed. Additionally, the degree has strong support from the Instructional Councils for each discipline, as well as the District Fine Arts Steering Team. 172
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Description The Maricopa County Community College District Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre degree requires a minimum of 60-64 semester credits for the program of study. The degree includes the following components: I. General Education: Arizona General Education Curriculum for Arts (AGEC-A) MCCCD Additional Requirements II. Fine Arts Requirements – Theatre Purpose of the Degree The Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre degree is designed for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. In general, the components of the degree meet requirements for majors in the Fine Arts The degree is designed to prepare students to meet selective admission criteria for programs such as the Bachelor of Fine Arts, which may require a portfolio or performance requirement. The semester credits used to satisfy the MCCCD Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre will apply to university graduation requirements of the university major for which the degree is designed. Information regarding the articulation of the degree with majors at the Arizona public universities can be accessed via the following website: http://az.transfer.org/cas/atass/student/modpath.html Academic Policies that Govern the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre Degree • Completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre or the AGEC-A provides for exemption from Arizona public university admission requirements for Arizona residents who have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.0 on a 4.0=A scale and a minimum 2.5 on a 4.0=A scale for non-residents. • The graduation policies within the general catalog must be satisfied for completion of the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre degree. • A minimum of 60 semester credits in courses numbered 100 and above to be completed with a grade of “C” or better; • The General Education Requirements for AGEC-A may be completed in 35 semester credits with the following stipulations o Courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously o A courses cannot be used to satisfy more than one Core Area • General Education Courses can satisfy multiple areas within the degree simultaneously (AGEC-A Core Area, AGEC Awareness Area, MCCCD Additional Requirements, or lower-division courses applicable to the major). 173
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Academic Policies continued: • Effective Fall 2000, the course evaluation and/or general education designation as listed in the Arizona Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS), is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. A course evaluation and/or general education designation may be subject to change. Students do have the option to petition for general education evaluations and/or general education designations upon transfer. • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet AGEC-A requirements must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide within the Arizona Course Applicability System as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. The course’s evaluation and/or general education designation is valid for the term in which the student is awarded credit on the transcript. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ • Courses completed at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to meet the General Electives requirement must be listed in the Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the Arizona Course Applicability System (AZCAS) as an equivalent course, departmental elective credit (XXXDEC), or general elective credit (Elective) at all Arizona public universities. For appropriate course selection, students should consult with an advisor. • Courses transferred from another regionally accredited institution to one of the Maricopa Community Colleges will be evaluated by the college for inclusion in the AGEC-A or Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre Degree. • Courses and their modular equivalents will satisfy AGEC-A and Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre requirements. • If a course is cross-referenced with one or more other courses, then only one of the cross-referenced courses will be accepted to meet requirements. 174
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 Degree Requirements The 60-64 semester credits required for the Associate in Arts, Fine Arts -Theatre follow. See the list titled MCCCD Courses That Can Be used to Satisfy MCCCD AGEC-A, AGEC-B, and/or AGEC-S for specific course information via the following website: http://www.dist.maricopa.edu/academic/curric/ This list identifies the courses in alpha-order by prefix as well as the Core Areas and Awareness Areas where the course will apply. For purposes of clarifying requirements in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences areas on the list and the AGEC requirements, an A, B, and/or S character may follow the [MA], [SQ], [SG] general education designations and refers to the specific AGEC. I. MCCCD General Education The MCCCD General Education includes two areas: MCCCD AGEC-A and MCCCD Additional Requirements. MCCCD AGEC-A 1. Core Areas: Credits: 35 a. First-Year Composition (FYC): Credits: 6 b. Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]: Credits: 3 Select the following : Credits THE220 Modern Drama 3 c. Mathematical Studies [MA/CS]: Credits: 6 To complete the Mathematical Studies requirement, select one course to satisfy Mathematics [MA] A and a second course from Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS]. 1) Mathematics [MA] A (3 credits) Select a course in college mathematics or college algebra or pre-calculus or any other mathematics course for which college algebra is a prerequisite. AND 2) Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications [CS] (3 credits) d. Humanities and Fine Arts [HU]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. Select the following: Credits HUM/THE205 Introduction to Cinema 3 175
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD AGEC-A Core Areas (continued): e. Social and Behavioral Sciences [SB]: Credits: 6 Students are encouraged to choose course work from more than one discipline for a total of six semester credits. f. Natural Sciences [SQ/SG]: Credits: 8 To complete the Natural Sciences requirement: Select four (4) semester credits of [SQ] and four (4) semester credits of [SG] for a total of eight (8) semester credits, OR eight (8) semester credits of [SQ]. Students cannot take eight (8) semester credits of [SG] to meet the Natural Sciences requirement. The lecture course(s) selected for Natural Sciences must include or be accompanied by the corresponding laboratory course. The lecture and corresponding laboratory course(s) may carry separate credit. Students should consult with an advisor for appropriate course selection. Students should also access the AZ Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) within the AZ Course Applicability System (AZCAS) for information on equivalencies. 2. Awareness Areas: Credits: 0 Students must satisfy two Awareness Areas: Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] and either Global Awareness [G] or Historical Awareness [H]. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed thirty-five semester credits to complete the Awareness Areas because courses can satisfy a Core Area and one or two Awareness Areas simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy the two Awareness Areas. Cultural Diversity in the United States [C] AND Global Awareness [G] OR Historical Awareness [H] 176
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 MCCCD General Education continued: MCCCD Additional Requirements: Credits: 0-6 Students must satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading areas. However, it is not necessary for students to exceed the thirty-five semester credits required in order to complete the MCCCD Additional Requirements because courses can satisfy a Core Area and MCCCD Additional Requirements simultaneously. Therefore no additional semester credits are required to satisfy Oral Communication and Critical Reading. a. Oral Communication: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for Oral Communication. However, if students select a communication course that satisfies both the Oral Communication area and an area within the Core, then the Oral Communication requirement has been satisfied and additional electives may be taken. Select from the following options: COM100 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM100AA & COM100AB & COM100AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110 [SB] (3 credits) OR COM110AA & COM110AB & COM110AC [SB] (3 credits) OR COM225 [L] (3 credits) OR COM230 [L] [SB] (3 credits) b. Critical Reading: Credits: 3 A total of three (3) semester credits is required for the Critical Reading area. However, if students complete CRE 101 and apply it to AGEC-A Core Requirements or if the students demonstrate proficiency through assessment, then the Critical Reading requirement has been satisfied. Select from the following options to complete 3 credits. CRE101 [L] (3 credits) OR equivalent as indicated by assessment 177
    • ATTACHMENT: NAP NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: MARICOPA COMMUNITY COLLEGES MCCCD GOVERNING BOARD DATE: 06/28/2005 Maricopa Community Colleges (MCCCD) Curriculum Proposal New Academic Program: Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre (AAFA - Theatre) Degree Effective First Year/Term: Fall 2005 II. Fine Arts Requirements – Theatre: Credits: 25-29 A minimum of 25 credits are required to satisfy the Fine Arts Requirements – Theatre. Foundations: Credits: 13 Select the following: Credits THE111 Introduction to Theatre 3 THP112 Acting I 3 THP115 Theatre Makeup 3 THP201 Theatre Production I 1 THP213 Introduction to Technical Theatre 3 Restricted Electives: Credits: 12-16 Students may choose from the following courses to specialize in Acting, Technical Theatre, Teacher Education, or Cinema. Students should consult with the theatre advisor for the restricted electives recommended for each specialization track. Select from the following options to complete a minimum of 12 semester credits: Credits HUM/THE206 Introduction to Television Arts 3 HUM/THE210 Contemporary Cinema 3 THP120AB Audition Techniques: Cold Readings 1 THP130 Stage Combat OR THP131 Stage Movement 3 THP210 Acting: TV/Film 3 THP211 Creative Drama 3 THP212 Acting II 3 THP214 Directing Techniques 3 THP216 Beginning Stage Lighting 3 THP217 Introduction to Design Scenography 3 THP219 Introduction to Puppetry 3 THP267 Painting Techniques for Film, TV and Theatre 3 THP271 Voice and Diction 3 Associate in Arts, Fine Arts - Theatre Total Credits: 60-64 178