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PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
College: Alameda Date Submitted for

CIPD Approval: November 3, 2008

COURSE ADDITIONS

DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: November 18, 2008


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HIST 48AA 20th Century American Protest Movement
3 Units: 3 hour lecture (GR)
Historical examination of protest movements in the United States during the 20th century: Focus on the symbiotic relationship between various political, cultural, economic, and artistic developments to the protest movements; the rise and fall of various protest movements, and their political and cultural legacies.


2205.00

(S09)


Provide an understanding of important historical movements that has helped in shaping the political, social and cultural context, which shape our contemporary society; develop critical thinking and decision making skills; better appreciate the diversity of opinions and cultures within the American landscape, which will carry through to day to day interaction with others in the community.


DMECH 802 Heavy-Duty Truck Emission Reduction Program - CCDET (Fee-based)
0 Units: 0 hour lecture (N/A)
Prevention methods to comply with testing heavy-duty vehicles for emission (Health and Safety Code 44011.6 and Health and Safety Code 43701: prevention, compliance, and requirement to challenge and complete citation requirement.


0947.10

(S09)

Filling a community need for the advance technology in testing, servicing, and complying with the new laws to reduce heavy-duty truck exhaust emission. This course fills the requirements for training to comply with the Health and Safety Code 44011.6 and Health and Safety Code 43701.a. The course is recommended by the Joint Apprenticeship Standards Committee and the CA Air Resources Board.





BIOL 23 Introduction to the Human Body
3 Units: 3 hour lecture (GR/CR/NC)
Course is equivalent to Biol 24 without the lab; it does not meet Allied Health requirements for an anatomy and physiology course.
Fundamentals of structure and function of the human body: Emphasis on medical and health aspects.


0410.00

(S09)


Course introduces students to human anatomy and physiology without requiring them to take a laboratory component. This will meet the needs of non-science students who would like to learn more about their body. Course is proposed to meet AA/AS area 1, CSU area B2, and IGETC area 5B requirements.
Adopting Merritt course, consultation has taken place.


BIOL 24 Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology
4 Units: 3 hour lecture 3 hour lab (GR/CR/NC)
Fundamentals of the structure and function of the human body from an organ system perspective: Key concepts and basic principles of the chemistry of life and organic compounds, cells and tissues, cell physiology, organ systems, selected human diseases. Laboratory work includes use of microscopes, figures/charts, three-dimensional models, dissection of mammalian organs and demonstration of human cadavers.


0410.00

(S09)


Transfers to four-year institutions. Fulfills the requirement for the Science, Health Sciences, and Natural Science majors, and as a prerequisite course to Biol 2 required in Allied Health majors: Nursing, Vocational Nursing, and Radiologic Science. Fulfills the requirement of Natural Science in General Education for the Associate of Science degree. Acceptable for credit: CSU.
Adopting Laney & Merritt course, consultation has taken place.


BIOL 48AF Genetics, Heredity, Evolution & Society
3 Units: 3 hour lecture (GR/CR/NC)
Principles of genetics and evolution for biology science and non-science majors: Mechanisms of heredity and evolution with emphasis on the human, societal and ethical aspects of both.


0410.00

(S09)


A wide range of students need this course either as refreshing course or to fulfill their major requirement. Non biology major students take this course to expand their basic knowledge about genetic and heredity to work in public health industries or in software industries.


BIOL 48AG Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
3 Units: 3 hour lecture (GR/CR/NC)
Biology of microorganisms: Their structures, classification and differences between eukaryotes and prokaryotes; viruses: their relationship to disease; their control, human nonspecific and specific immune system; immunotherapy; and types of serological tests.


0410.00

(S09)


A wide range of students need this course either as refreshing course or to fulfill their major requirements. Non biology major students take this course to expand their basic knowledge about microorganism to work in public health industries.


BUS 848FA Money 101: Teaching students the ABCs of Personal Finance (Fee-Based)
0 Units: 0 hour lecture (N/A)
Money management: money management; saving & investing; and spending & credit.



0501.00

(S09)


Money 101 addresses an overlooked need for youth financial education in the community


BUS 802 Retirement Planning Today (Fee-Based)
0 Units: 0 hour lecture (N/A)
Retirement needs and expenses: road blocks and common mistakes, income sources, planned distribution, investments, risk-management and asset protect, and estate planning.


0501.00

(S09)


People preparing to retire need to understand their options, how to diversify their assets and plan their estates.


Informational Item:
COMM 1A – INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH

3 units: 3 hours lecture (GR)
To offer the course in the Distance Education/Hybrid Mode.


1506.00

(S09)


To introduce a hybrid course to allow students unable to attend a traditional course


Informational Item:
COMM 5 – Persuasion and Critical Thinking

3 units: 3 hours lecture (GR/CR/NC)


To offer the course in the Distance Education/Hybrid Mode.


1506.00

(S09)


Persuasion and Critical Thinking delivered as a hybrid course provides the opportunity for students whose work and/or personal schedules conflict with some of the more traditional means of delivery. This course would allow for both the face to face experience permitting personal dialogue and presentations while expanding communication and enriching the research and critical thinking skills being applied in a number of formats and like the brick and mortar would meet pedagogy and rigor to meet the Critical Thinking requirement for CSU and UC.

Informational Item:
HIST 7B – History of the United States since 1865

3 units: 3 hours lecture (GR)


To offer the course in the Distance Education Mode.


2205.00

(S05)


Required course for history majors; elective for many others; Acceptable for credit at CSU and UC.


Informational Item:
PHIL 1 – Introduction to Philosophy

3 units: 3 hours lecture (GR)


To offer the course in the Distance Education/Hybrid Mode.


1509.00

(S09)


To introduce a hybrid course to allow students unable to attend traditional course (flexibility, convenience).


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