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PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS

College: Alameda Date Submitted for


CIPD Approval: November 3, 2008

SUBSTANTIVE COURSE CHANGES

SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL:


COURSE CHANGE FROM:

TO:


JUSTIFICATION:










CHEM 50 BEGINNING CHEMISTRY
This is a preparatory course for Chem 1A for students who have not had high school chemistry.
Fundamental principles and descriptive matter of elementary chemistry: Introduction to matter and energy, metric measurements, atomic structure, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, calculations using chemical formulas and chemical equations, energy relationships in chemical and physical changes, and properties of gases and solutions. 1905.00 


This is a preparatory course for Chem 1A for students who have not had high school chemistry.


Principles of basic chemistry: Metric measurements, matter and energy, atomic structure, chemical nomenclature, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, chemical bonding, gas laws, properties of liquids, solids, solutions, acids and bases. 1905.00


Correction TO course description submitted with the COA adoption of the Laney course at the 10/6/08 CIPD meeting.





























PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS
College: Laney Date Submitted for

CIPD Approval: November 3, 2008

COURSE ADDITIONS

DATE SUBMITTED FOR BOARD APPROVAL: November 18, 2008

ADD:

EFF

JUSTIFICATION:










A/ET 111

Introduction to Sustainable Architectural Design Applications

3 units, 3 hours lecture (GR)
Introduction to sustainable architectural and environmental design applications: Survey of green building precedents, trends in contemporary architectural design, and new sustainable technologies. Creation of customized Green Building Standards Reference Guide. Product and system selection. Impact of new technologies as well as cultural, socioeconomic and regulatory systems on green building design.

0201.00



S09

This course is an important component of the A/ET curriculum as it instructs employable skills in comparative analysis for architects, engineers, designers, etc., and develops skills in critical thinking, creativity, and product and system selection. The course enhances the student’s skill set by providing an opportunity to produce a Green Building Standards Reference Guide that is developed during the student’s course work. Recommended by professional Advisory Board to address current Architectural building design processes/technologies and trends.

This is a stand-alone course.




CULIN 203

Introduction to Baking

4 units, 2 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory (GR)

Recommended Preparation: ESL 203A or 208A or ENGL 268A


Fundamental theories, techniques, processes and methods in baking and pastry production: Basic principles, including history of the industry, identification of equipment and ingredients, weights and measurements. Safety and sanitation, basic formulas and production.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in baking and pastry basics to meet industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree.


CULIN 204

Basic Patisserie

4 units, 2 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory (GR)

Corequisite: CULIN 101, 215, 216, and 219

Recommended Preparation: ESL 203A, 208A, or ENGL 268A
Introduction to baking theory and practice: Organization of work and production; classical to modern techniques for cakes, pies, tarts and cookie making methods

1306.31


S09

Theory, preparation and practice in baking and pastry basics to meet industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree in Culinary Arts Baking and Pastry.


CULIN 205

Artisan Breads

5 units, 2 hours lecture, 9 hours laboratory (GR)

Prerequisite: CULIN 101, 102, 215, 216, 219

Corequisite: CULIN 104
Introduction to artisan bread making: Science of baking, vocabulary of bread, various mixing and baking methods, pre-ferments, sourdough starters with natural yeast, flatbreads.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in bread making basics to meet industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree.


CULIN 206

Advanced Cake Decorating

5 units, 2 hours lecture, 9 hours laboratory (GR)

Prerequisite: CULIN 101, 102, 215, 216, and 219

Corequisite: CULIN 103
Advanced cake-decorating techniques: Speed and accuracy of cake assembly, production of fillings and creams, design projection, salutations, borders, floral piping, wedding cakes.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in advanced cake decorating to meet commercial industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for Associate of Science Certificate.


CULIN 207

International Patisserie

6 units, 2 hours lecture, 12 hours laboratory (GR)

Prerequisite: CULIN 103 and 104

Corequisite: CULIN 106
Application of advanced baking and pastry methods: Set up, design and preparation of buffet, preparation of international pastries including French, Italian, Austrian and Asian.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in international Patisserie arts to meet Industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree.


CULIN 208

Confiserie (Candy and Chocolate Making)

5 units, 2 hours lecture, 9 hours laboratory (GR)

Prerequisite: CULIN 103 and 104

Corequisite: CULIN 105
Introduction to the principles involved in candy and chocolate making: Tempering chocolate, creating confections with a variety of centers, techniques in creating brittles, nougats and marshmallows.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in Confiserie (candy and chocolate making) to meet industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree.


CULIN 209

Contemporary Plated Desserts

6 units, 2 hours lecture, 12 hours laboratory (GR)

Prerequisite: CULIN 105 and 106

Corequisite: CULIN 33, 175 and 217
Capstone course requiring creation and presentation of plated desserts: application of advanced frozen desserts and ice creams, seasonally attractive presentations and specialized diet modifications.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in contemporary plated desserts to meet industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree.


CULIN 229

Culinary Career Success Strategies

2 units, 2 hours lecture (GR)
Preparation for work and career success in the Culinary Arts: Writing resumes with cover letters, interviewing techniques, filling out job applications, phone etiquette, investigating job search resources, management responsibilities.

1306.31



S09

Theory, preparation and practice in job searching, resume writing and career goal setting to meet Industry needs. Course meets requirements for certificate program in Baking and Pastry and satisfies requirements for A.S. degree and certificate.


E/ET 203

Basic Electricity

3 units, 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR)

Recommended Preparation: E/ET 102


Introduction to basic concepts of electricity: Ohm’s law, power, electrical circuits, electrical diagrams, magnetism and electromagnetism, controls and motors, instruments and tools used in the industry and safety procedures.

0934.40



S09

Will be required for the Certificate and A/S Degree program in the Electrical/Electronics Technology when approved.

This is a stand-alone course.




E/ET 204

Technical Math for Electricians

3 units, 3 hours lecture (GR)

Recommended Preparation: Math 201


Topics in mathematics with specific application to the Electrical/Electronics industry: Decimals and fractions, ratios and proportions, unit conversions, areas and volumes, application of algebraic equations in Ohm’s and Kirchoff’s Laws, solving for circuit resistance and reactance’s, relevant trigonomic functions, and use of graphs to represent and analyze data.

0934.40



S09

Will be required for the Certificate and Degree program in Electrical/Electronics Technology when approved.

This is a stand-alone course.




E/ET 207A

National Electrical Code for Electricians 1

3 units, 3 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: E/ET 218


Introduction to the first half of the current National Electrical Code: General wiring including “Wiring and Protection”, “Wiring Methods and Materials” and “Equipment for General Use”

0934.40



S09

Will be required for the Certificate and Degree program in Electrical/Electronics Technology when approved.

This is a stand-alone course.




E/ET 207B

National Electrical Code for Electricians 2

3 units, 3 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)

Recommended Preparation: E/ET 218


Introduction to the second half of the current National Electrical Code: ‘Special Occupancies’, Special Equipment’, ‘Special Conditions’, ‘Communications Systems’, and ‘Tables’.

0934.40



S09

Will be required for the Certificate and Degree program in Electrical/Electronics Technology when approved.

This is a stand-alone course.




E/ET 208

Introduction to Photovoltaics

2 units, 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR)

Recommended Preparation: E/ET 101, 102


Introduction to basic principles of photovoltaics: The arrays, the electrical power they generate, their inclusion into the electrical system, power sources and energy storage techniques, and system attachment to structures. Hands on practice with photovoltaic (PV) power generation and its present and future applications.

0934.40



S09

Will be required for the Certificate and Degree in the Electrical and Electronic Technology Program pending approval.

This is a stand-alone course.




ESL 209B

Listening 4

3 units, 3 hours lecture (GR or CR/NC)
Upper Intermediate level of listening: Intensive study and practice in listening comprehension of both formal and informal English, especially in academic lectures.

4930.81



S09

Upper intermediate students would like to improve their listening skills for college level listening. This is higher level of academic listening skills in English comprehension than Listening 3.

This is a stand-alone course.




POSCI 48GA

Overview of the California State Court System

3 units, 3 hours (GR)

Introduction to California State Court System: Trial Courts, Appellate Courts, Supreme Court, types of cases heard at each level and review of rights and responsibilities of individuals engaged in court proceedings.   Role of the California Judicial Branch relative to the executive and legislative branches of the local California state government. 

2207.00


S09

This course will be submitted as a restricted elective for a social science AA and Area 2/Social and Behavioral Science GE. It will also be a core course within the curriculum of the Court Interpreter Program that is currently under development by the Foreign Languages Department.

This is a stand-alone course.




BUS 4

Cost Accounting

(Distance Education)


S09

Business Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


BUS 72

Principles of Retailing

(Distance Education)


S09

Business Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


BUS 202

Business Math

(Distance Education)


S09

Business Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


BUS 210

Financial Management and Investments

(Distance Education)


S09

Business Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


BUS 230 DEF

Beginning Keyboarding

(Distance Education)


S09

Business Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


ECON 1

Principles of Economics (Macro-Economics)

(Distance Education)


S09

Economics Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


HLTOC 201

Medical Terminology 1

(Distance Education)


S09

Health Professions and Occupations Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


HLTOC 202

Medical Terminology 2

(Distance Education)


S09

Health Professions and Occupations Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


POSCI 1

Government and Politics in the United States

(Distance Education)


S09

Political Science Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


Math 203

Intermediate Algebra

(Distance Education)


S09

Mathematics Department wants to offer this course as an online course.


RLEST 2A

Principles of Real Estate

(Distance Education)


S09

Real Estate Department wants to offer this course as an online course.



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