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PERALTA
PERALTA COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
COLLEGE
DISTRICT
DISTRICT
Curriculum & Instruction
Recommendations
February 2013
Educational Services
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Presented and Approved at Board Meeting of February 26, 2013
Berkeley City College
College of Alameda
Laney
Merritt
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
February 2013
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Berkeley City College ........................................................................................................... 1
Laney College ...................................................................................................................... 4
Merritt College ...................................................................................................................... 5
PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
Date Submitted For:
CIPD Approval: 2/4/2013
Curriculum Item:
BCC New Course
Date Submitted For:
Board Approval: 2/26/13
EFF.
JUSTIFICATION:
F 13
Udating course to reflect current languages.
Deactivating corequisite lab course and increasing
the units, lecture and lab hours, so new course
number is needed.
CIS 104 101, Survey of Programming Languages
for the Web
2 Units, 1.5 Hours Lecture, 1.5 Hour Lab
Prerequisite CIS 1 or 200, Corequisite: CIS 101L
3 Units, 2 Hours Lecture, 3 Hour Lab
Recommended Preprepartaion: CIS 1 and CIS 105
Survey of programming languages for the Web for
non-programmers: History and motivation for
development; brief review of basic concepts and
syntax, such as variables, loops, conditions, arrays,
structures; capabilities and limitations; functions of
object-oriented and event-driven programming.
Taught using HTML 5, Dynamic HTML, CSS, Java
with jQuery, PERL, VBScript.
0707.10
BCC Informational Item
S 13
DE Addendum
DE Addendum
CIS 42A, Spreadsheet Applications I
CIS 42B, Spreadsheet Applications II
BCC New Course
S 13
This course is required for the AA-T in Philosophy.
PHIL 11, Formal Logic
3 Units, 3 Hours Lecture
Principles of valid deductive reasoning: Formal
techniques of sentential logic and predicate logic.
1509.00
BCC Course Deactivation
CIS 101 Survey of Programming Languages for
the Web
CIS 101L, Survey of Programming Languages
for the Web Lab
F 13
BCC Program Deactivation
Certificate of Achievement: Accounting
1
Content to be added into CIS 104.
PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
Date Submitted For:
CIPD Approval: 2/4/2013
Curriculum Item:
Date Submitted For:
Board Approval: 2/26/13
EFF.
JUSTIFICATION:
BCCProgram Change
A.A. Degree: Global Studies Program
The Global Studies Program challenges you to examine history as well as the current process of globalization and
socioeconomic stratification. The program offers an interdisciplinary, limited cohort model, with Global Studies core
courses linked to major requirements from other disciplines. A range of electives will give you a deeper understanding of
how one key area of the globe impacts the rest of the world. The program also offers hands-on experience through
service learning modules. The program helps to prepare you for transfer to UC, CSU, and other four-year institutions in
Global or International Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies. You are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop a
student educational plan to ensure that all transfer requirements are completed. This program is a stepping stone to a
variety of career options in the international arena.
Required Courses
ART 14, Themes, Trends, and Traditions in World Art
ART 182 Introduction to Visual Culture
ENGL 001A Composition and Reading
ENGL 001B Composition & Reading
ENGL 005 Critical Thinking in Reading and Writing
GEOG 001 Physical Geography
HIST 003A World History to 1500
HIST 023 Global Perspectives
HIST 007B History of the United States
POSCI 20, Current World Problems
PHIL 001 Introduction to Philosophy
One year of a Foreign Language
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
10
Choose 3 units from the following electives:
ANTHR 003 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
ECON 1, Principles of Economics (Macro-Economics)
ECON 2, Principles of Economics (Micro-Economics)
GEOG 001 Physical Geography
ENGL 001B Composition & Reading
HIST 003A World History to 1500
HIST 2A, History of European Civilization
HIST 2B, History of European Civilization
POSCI 003 International Relations
Total Units
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
39
For the Associate in Arts degree in Global Studies, students must complete the General Education pattern and elective
courses for an additional 22 units. Students wishing to transfer to the UC or CSU system need to meet with a counselor
to develop a transfer plan which addresses all general education and lower-division transfer requirements.
2
PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
Date Submitted For:
CIPD Approval: 2/4/2013
Curriculum Item:
Date Submitted For:
Board Approval: 2/26/13
EFF.
JUSTIFICATION:
BCC New Program
Associate in Arts Degree in Philosophy for Transfer AA-T Degree
The Associate in Arts in Philosophy for Transfer Degree is designed to prepare students for a seamless transfer with
junior status and priority admission to their local CSU campus to a program or major in Philosophy or similar major for
completion of a baccalaureate degree. Students are required to complete: A minimum of 18 semester units in the major
with a grade of C or better while maintaining a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU
transferable coursework. The Associate Arts in Philosophy for Transfer Degree will also assist Philosophy major
students to transfer to a U.C. or other baccalaureate institutions. Students are advised to consult with a counselor to
verify transfer requirements.
Choose 1 course (or 3 units) minimum from the following courses. (Note: Most transfer institutions will require
Formal or Symbolic Logic for the major.)
PHIL 010 Logic
3
PHIL 011 Formal Logic
3
Choose 1 course (or 3 units) minimum from the following courses.
PHIL 001 Introduction to Philosophy
HUMAN 030A Human Values/Ethics
PHIL 031A Human Values/Ethics
3
3
3
Both courses are required below (6 units).
PHIL 020A History of Ancient Greek Philosophy
PHIL 020B History of Modern European Philosophy
3
3
Choose 1 course (3 units) minimum from the following courses.
HIST 002A History of European Civilization
HIST 002B History of European Civilization
PHIL 002 Social and Political Philosophy
3
3
3
Choose 1 course (3 units) minimum from the following courses.
HUMAN 030B Human Values/Aesthetics
HUMAN 040 Religions of the World
PHIL 016 Buddhist Philosophy
PHIL 035 Feminist Philosophy
WS 035 Feminist Philosophy
PHIL 037 Introduction to Asian Philosophy
HUMAN 046 Philosophy of the Human Experience
PHIL 046 Philosophy of the Human Experience
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total Required Units in Major
Total Units Required in Major
18
IGETC or CSU GE-Breadth Education pattern and elective courses
Required Units
42
Total Units Required for Degree
Total Units Required for Degree
60
3
PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
Date Submitted For:
CIPD Approval: 2/4/2013
Curriculum Item:
Date Submitted For:
Board Approval: 2/26/13
EFF.
JUSTIFICATION:
BCC New Program
Certificate of Proficiency: Accounting
BCC currently offers an AA in Accounting. This certificate of proficiency in accounting allows students to learn the basics
of accounting which will qualify them to apply for entry level bookkeeping positions with potential for advancement as
they gain work experience, while still pursuing higher education in the field.
Required Courses
BUS 001A Financial Accounting
BUS 005 Human Relations in Business
BUS 010 Introduction to Business
BUS 024 Computerized Accounting Principles
CIS 042A Spreadsheet Applications I
Total Units
Laney Informational Item
4
3
3
3
2
15
S 13
DE Addendum
ART 40, Color Dynamics: The Interaction of Color
BNK/F 54, Principles of Banking
BNK/F 55, Money and Banking
BNK/F 56, Bank Management
MATH 210A-D, Elementary Algebra (Lab)
MATH 211A-D, Intermediate Algebra (Lab)
M/SVN 60, Introduction to Managment
M/SVN 64, Organization and Management
Laney Course Deactivations
S 13
The college has no plans to offer these courses in
the future.
PE 015 Golf
PE 021 Live Longer Fitness
PE 030 Soccer
PE 045A Water Polo - A
PE 060A Football Fundamentals
PE 062A Football–Physiological & Team Development
PE 063A Football – Theory and Practice
PE 063B
PE 085 Lifeguard Training
PHYSC 10 Physical Science Survey
4
PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
Date Submitted For:
CIPD Approval: 2/4/2013
Curriculum Item:
Merritt Informational Items
Date Submitted For:
Board Approval: 2/26/13
EFF.
JUSTIFICATION:
S 13
Currently there is a window of opportunity for
students to prepare and fill entry level project
management jobs in the bay area marketplace.
With basic project management fundamentals, a
project manager support skill set, and a Project
Management Institute's (PMI®) Certified Associate
in Project Management, a student would be
qualified to enter the project management job
market as a Project Coordinator or Project
Assistant. These position are in great demand in the
Bay Area with over 200 positions open every month
and offering starting salaries of $27,000-$47,000 in
technology with less than a year of experience
(PayScale.com). There a predicted 18% growth for
project coordinators in the IT industry between 2010
and 2020 (U.S. Bureau of Labor) Statistics)
CIS 248NZ, Introduction to Project Management
4 Units, 3 Hours Lecture, 3 Hours Lab
Recommended Preparation: CIS 1
Fundamentals of project management: initiate, plan,
and execute a project to meet objectives and satisfy
stakeholders,step-by-step guide to planning and
executing a project, work through case studies with
real-world scenarios, learn and apply the
methodologies and good practices of formal project
management.
0799.00
5
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