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Degrees & Certificates

MATHEMATICS

Associate of Science Degree

(Program: 170100 State Code: 02754)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Graph functions using the first and second derivatives and use integration to find areas and volumes bounded by functions.
  2. Identify and graph various types of functions from the general classes of polynomials, exponentials, logarithmic as well as rational functions.
  3. Set up a triple integral to find the volume of a given solid bounded by the graphs of equations of surfaces, then evaluate the integral using multivariate change of variables.
  4. Find the four fundamental subspaces of the coefficient matrix of an over-determined system of equations and relate these subspaces to the least squares solution. The student will find the least squares solution to the system of equations.
  5. Given a higher order, linear differential equation, the student will solve it by three methods: Laplace Transform, method of eigenvalues, and solution by series substitution.
MAJOR: 5 COURSES | 21 UNITS     

 

MATHEMATICS
Associate of Science for Transfer (AS-T)

(Program: 170100 State Code: 33153)

To earn the Associate Degree for Transfer, students must meet the following requirements:

A. Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University by completing the following:

  • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth Requirements; and
  • A minimum of 18 semester units in a major or area of emphasis, as approved by the CCC Chancellor's Office.

B. Obtainment of a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Students completing this degree will have satisfied the lower division major preparation and transfer requirements for priority admission consideration to a local CSU campus.

MAJOR: 5 COURSES | 21 UNITS    

Computer Science / Information Technology (CSIT)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Associate of Arts
Transfer Program

(Program: 070600 State Code: 10774)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Gain appropriate skills in basic Computer literacy, Operating Systems to enable the student to gain currency in Software/Hardware areas.
  2. Design and create a relational database and install, configure and troubleshoot given problems related to Oracle using Entity-Relationship diagrams, normalization, SQL,PL/SQL, and Programming.
  3. Design and implement solutions to general purpose and Office applications using advanced programming techniques and languages such as Visual Basic, C++, Java, and Payton Programming Languages as well as complete Microsoft Office Suites for Applications in technology and business.
  4. Gain skills in the use of client-side web technologies for design and development of interactive web sites. Skills include use of HTML, DHTML, XML, Java, JavaScript, Dreamweaver and AJAX. Use the LAMP/WAMP environment.
  5. Install and administer an Oracle sever; perform backups and recovery; monitor the Database in a proactive rather than reactive manner; implement security and resource monitoring policies.
  6. Application development in both iOS and Android environments.
  7. Full stack development with emphasis on finding jobs in the ever-growing IT industry. 
MAJOR: 8 COURSES | 24 UNITS   

 

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Associate of Arts

(Program: 070200 State Code: 02730)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Gain appropriate skills in basic Computer literacy, Operating systems to enable the student to gain currency in Software/Hardware areas.
  2. Design and create a relational database and install, configure and troubleshoot given problems related to Oracle using Entity-Relationship diagrams, normalization, SQL,PL/SQL, and Programming.
  3. Design and implement solutions to general purpose and Office applications using advanced programming techniques and languages such as Visual Basic, C++, Java.
  4. Gain skills in the use of client-side web technologies for design and development of interactive web sites. Skills include use of HTML, DHTML, XML, Java, JavaScript, Dreamweaver and AJAX. Use the LAMP/WAMP environment.
  5. Install and administer an Oracle sever; perform backups and recovery; monitor the Database in a proactive rather than reactive manner; implement security and resource monitoring policies.
MAJOR: 9 COURSES | 27 UNITS    

 

APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 070210 State Code: 08224)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a fully documented modular design with correct mathematical operations suitable for implementation from a given program specification.
  2. Create, deploy, and test a basic program with correct mathematical operations using Visual Basic.Net or other programming language.
  3. Install, configure and troubleshoot given problem(s) for Windows 10 or other operating systems.
  4. Design and implement solutions to general purpose and Office applications using advanced programming techniques and languages such as Visual Basic, C++, Java.
  5. Design and create a relational database and, install configure and troubleshoot given problems related to Oracle using Entity-Relationship diagrams, normalization, SQL,PL/SQL, and Programming.
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 070710 State Code: 08225)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a fully documented modular design with correct mathematical operations suitable for implementation from a given program specification.
  2. Create, deploy, and test a basic program with correct mathematical operations using VisualBasic. Net or other programming language.
  3. Install, configure and troubleshoot given problem(s) for Windows 7 or other operating systems.
  4. Design and implement a programming solution to a given problem using advanced programming constructs.
  5. Design and create a relational database and installs, and configure and troubleshoot given problems related to Oracle using Entity-Relationship diagrams, normalization, SQL,PL/SQL, and Programming.
C++ PROGRAMMING
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a fully documented design with correct mathematical operations suitable for implementation for a given program specification.
  2. Create, deploy and test a Basic program with correct mathematical operations using C++ programming language.
  3. Design and implement solution to general purpose problem using advanced programming techniques in C++ programming.
  4. Design and implement solutions to general purpose problem using an office application, create and design programming logic and mathematical concepts.
DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Install and administer an Oracle sever.
  2. Perform backups and recovery.
  3. Monitor the Database in a proactive rather than reactive manner.
  4. Implement security and resource monitoring policies.
DATABASE DEVELOPER
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Design and create a relational database.  
  2. Install, configure, and troubleshoot given problems related to Oracle using Entity-Relationship diagrams, normalization,SQL, PL/SQL, and Programming.
JAVA
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a fully documented design with correct mathematical operations suitable for  implementation for a given program specification.
  2. Create, deploy and test a Basic program with correct mathematical operations using JAVA programming language.
  3. Design and implement solution to general purpose problem using advanced programming techniques in JAVA programming.
  4. Design and implement solutions to general purpose problem using an office application, create and design programming logic and mathematical concepts.
VBA APPLICATION
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a fully documented design with correct mathematical operations suitable for implementation for a given program specification.
  2. Create, deploy and test a Basic program with correct mathematical operations using VBA programming language.
  3. Design and implement solution to general purpose problem using advanced programming techniques in VBA programming.
  4. Design and create a relational database and install and define, create and test a macro using a spreadsheet program.
  5. Install, configure and troubleshoot given problems for Windows 7.

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CT)

 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Associate of Science

(Program: 093403 State Code: 08229)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Describe the electrical and logical characteristics and operation of processors, memory, and control systems.
  2. Describe hardware / software.
MAJOR: 11 COURSES | 41 UNITS 

 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 093410 State Code: 21624)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Describe the electrical and logical characteristics and operation of processors, memory, and control systems.
  2. Design and draw schematics for a simple embedded system.
  3. Design a simple motor control system.
PROGRAM IN A+ CERTIFICATION
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Identify components in a personal computer.
  2. Diagnose problems in personal computer hardware and operating system and independently design solutions using the information gained through the component manuals and manufacturer web sites.
  3. Diagnose resolve a problem in a peer-to-peer local area network.
  4. Use a breadboard to connect a simple electronic circuit based on a given schematic diagram.
  5. Assemble components on a printed circuit board using a soldering iron to connect a simple electronic circuit based on a given schematic diagram.

Computer Application and Office Technologies (CAOT)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT
Associate of Arts

(Program: 051400 State Code: 02727)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in English grammar (parts of speech) punctuation, spelling, and writing skills.
  2. Produce a business style report using a computer and MS Word.
  3. Prepare a multi-column newsletter containing desktop publishing elements in MS Word.
  4. Create a personal or business website containing hyperlinks, marquee, graphic hotspots, and  tables.
  5. Produce a professional business letter, in response to a given business communication task.
MAJOR: 12 COURSES | 36 UNITS     

 

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST
Associate of Arts

(Program: 051403 State Code: 08216)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a personal or business website containing hyperlinks, marquee, graphic hotspots, and tables.
  2. Create and format a presentation with transitions, custom animations, graphics, video, and audio, using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  3. Produce a business style report using a computer and MS Word.
  4. Type a business letter and an envelope from unformatted copy in the Block Style Letter format within 25 minutes time using Microsoft Word.
  5. Utilize the Windows Security Center to protect a computer against computer security risks.
MAJOR: 12 COURSES | 36 UNITS    

 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 051400 State Code: 21614)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a flyer, newsletter, brochure, business cards, forms, and letterhead with a designed logo for a small business, hobby, or interest and conduct online research effectively using Web search.
  2. Research travel options and recommend (via memo) the optional travel plan for an executive's business trip.
  3. Create a worksheet, add and modify headers and footers, and apply custom graphs and tables to the worksheet.
  4. Create, maintain, and publish a Web site containing hyperlinks, a marquee, graphic hotspots, and tables on a live LACC server.
  5. Implement Windows security measures to protect a computer system. 
CLERICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 051402 State Code: 08215)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in English grammar (eight parts of speech), punctuation, spelling, and writing skills through an hour long writing assignment.
  2. Complete an hour long business letter writing assignment using professional business communication and vocabulary, correct format, grammar, and spelling.
  3. Type a business letter and an addressed envelope from unformatted copy in the Block Style Letter formatting using Microsoft Word within 25 minutes.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST
Certificate of Achievement

(Program: 051403 State Code: 21615)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Create a multi-page report, add page numbering, add and modify footnotes, and apply custom styles to all headings using Microsoft Word.
  2. Create a flyer, newsletter, brochure, business cards, forms, and letterhead for a small business, hobby or interest.
  3. Create a personal or business website containing hyperlinks, marquee, graphic hotspots, and tables.
BASIC ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. The student will create a business report with a cover sheet, table of contents, and a bibliography.
  2. The students will create a worksheet, chart data, perform calculations and make comparisons by using a pie chart.
  3. Prepare a multi-column newsletter containing desktop publishing elements in MS Word.
BASIC COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Use Microsoft PowerPoint to create and format a presentation with transitions, custom animations, graphics, video, and audio.
  2. Create a travel brochure from effective web searches.
  3. The student will utilize the Windows Security Center to protect a computer against computer security risks.
BASIC WEB PAGE DESIGN
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Prepare a multi-column newsletter containing desktop publishing elements in MS Word.
  2. Create a personal or business website containing hyperlinks, marquee, graphic hotspots, and tables.

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